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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Free Kindle Finds!! "The Deliliah Complex: The Butterfield Institute" by M J Rose; "Exposed" by Ashley Weis, and "Ghost Ship" by Gerrie F. Finger

I found this book compelling enough to add
it to my Kindle today.  Great ratings on Amazon!
Here's why~
As one of New York's top sex therapists, Dr. Morgan Snow sees everything from the abused to the depraved. The Butterfield Institute is the sanctuary where she tries to heal these battered souls.

The Scarlet Society is a secret club of twelve powerful and sexually adventurous women. But when a photograph of the body of one of the men they're recruited to dominate -- strapped to a gurney, the number 1 inked on the sole of his foot -- is sent to the New York Times, they are shocked and frightened. Unable to cope with the tragedy, the women turn to Dr. Morgan Snow. But what starts out as grief counseling quickly becomes a murder investigation, with any one of the twelve women a potential suspect.

The case leads Detective Noah Jordan -- a man with whom Morgan has shared a brief, intense connection -- to her office. He fears the number on the man's foot hints that the killings have just begun. With her hands tied by her professional duty, Morgan is dangerously close to the demons in her own mind -- and the flesh-and-blood killer.

I understand "Deliliah Complex" isn't the only book in this series,
so I'm going to track down the others for a read!

Another amazing find for my Kindle.  This ranked 6 to 1  perfect
5 star ratings
I love a book about ghostly ships...
Here's more about it:
What if you could go back to 1921 and climb aboard a great five-masted schooner on her maiden voyage?
You’d be a witness to history; you’d be on her decks when her keel smashed into an Outer Banks shoal. You’d get to know the villains who caused the tragedy. Was it pirates, Russians, rumrunners? Or something else?
Would you dare?
Ann Gavrion did and her life was never the same.
The history:
One cold, foggy morning in January, 1921, a five-masted schooner in full sail plowed into Diamond Shoal in the infamous Graveyard of the Atlantic. Known to history as The Ghost Ship, her officers and crew were not on board and their bodies never washed ashore. The only living thing on board was a six-toed cat. Also, her anchors and lifeboats were missing. Six agencies investigated the mystery, but it was never solved.
The novel:
Ninety years later, Ann Gavrion travels to Cape Hatteras to get over the loss of her fiancé in an airplane crash. She meets the enigmatic, yet charming, Lawrence Curator on the beach.
Behind her she hears the cries of villagers. “Shipwreck!”
A surfman runs up and shouts that the missing schooner, her sails set, is aground on the shoal. Ann recognizes the enormous ship from a photograph she’d seen the night before.
So begins her journey back to 1921 with the man the Navy sent to investigate the grounding of the great ship.
When Lawrence and Ann solve the mystery, Ann must return to her world. On the very beach where she’d begun her voyage with Lawrence, she meets his great-grandson, Rod. Exhausted, wet, she spills an account of her fabulous sea adventure. He calls her a charlatan and accuses her of using his famous ancestor to write a first person account of the tragedy for her magazine.
How many times, how many ways, must she prove that her voyage was real to Rod and the unbelievers of the world?
The one that intrigued me most...
Would you believe this book has a 6 star rating from 38 people,
4 stars from 5 people ~ nothing lower than that!
This is a widely championed book!!
Here's the summary:

Honest, raw, redemptive, surprising, fearless EXPOSED is storytelling at its finest. Ashley Weis has woven two compelling stories into one, highlighting the devastation of both sides of the porn screen. --Mary DeMuth, author of Thin Places and Life in Defiance

Ashley Weis takes us where few in fiction dare to tread. She addresses every woman's nightmare with devastating frankness. Her style is clean and efficient, her story line, powerful. Weis shows that hope can shine just as brilliantly among the neon of the sex industry as it does through a stained glass church window. Anyone who claims that Christian fiction is pat and irrelevant hasn't read Ashley Weis. --Gina Holmes, author of Crossing Oceans and founder of Novel Journey

Product Description

Allyson Graham, marriage counselor and lover of love, lived a life of romance few could imagine. Until her husband's secret addiction stared at her from the computer screen. Will she be able to forgive the man who lied to her all of those precious years?

Follow her painful story alongside the heartbreaking story of Taylor Adams, a young girl searching for her worth in the world. As Allyson struggles to forgive her husband for lying about his addiction, Taylor naively falls into the same self-destructive industry and discovers that the attention and fun is nothing like she thought it would be.

Discover the hearts of these two women as they search for beauty after the rain.

*Note:  The above summaries were taken from Amazon.com and are not my own.

These are my Kindle picks this week.  It's hard to believe they are free. What did you find?  Share!!! :]




I found The Ghost Ship summary pretty interesting, so I went and downloaded it. Thank you for mentioning it. :)


Great finds. I recently review Deliah Complex, I enjoy the Dr. Snow stories, have read 1 and 2, have the 3rd in series.

Exposed looks amazing, going to download now, thank you.

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