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Today only at Amazon, Exclusively Yours is free for the Kindle. If you haven't read the Kowalski series, what more could you ask for (aside from having the book read to you by a suede-voiced narrator while you get a pedicure and enjoy a cocktail)? I gave this book a B+ and have since re-read it at least once. Free is an awesome price.
CRAPMONKEYS. It's not free anymore. I'm sorry y'all.
Skies of Fire is book 1 of the Ether Chronicles, written by husband and wife team Zoe Archer and Nico Rosso. It's on sale for .99c.
Captain Christopher Redmond has just one weakness: the alluring spy who loved and left him years before . . . when he was still just a man. Now he's superhuman—a Man O' War, made as part of the British Navy's weapons program—and his responsibility is to protect the skies of Europe. If only he could forget Louisa Shaw.
Louisa, a British Naval Intelligence agent, has never left a job undone. But when her assignment is compromised, the one man who can help her complete her mission is also the only man ever to tempt her body and heart.
As burning skies loom and passion ignites, Louisa and Christopher must slip behind enemy lines if they are to deliver a devastating strike against their foe . . . and still get out alive.
Night of Fire is book 2 in the Ether Chronicles series. It's .99c.
US Army Upland Ranger Tom Knox always knew going home wouldn’t be easy. Three years ago, he skipped town, leaving behind the only woman who ever mattered; now that he’s seen the front lines of war, he’s ready to do what he must to win her back.
Rosa Campos is long past wasting tears on Tom Knox, and now that she’s sheriff of Thornville, she has more than enough to do. Especially when a five-story rock-eating mining machine barrels toward the town she’s sworn to protect. Tom’s the last person Rosa expects to see riding to her aid on his ether-borne mechanical horse.
She may not be ready to forgive, but Rosa can’t deny that having him at her side brings back blissful memories . . . even as it reignites a flame more dangerous than the enemy threatening to destroy them both.