Thursday Evening’s Batch of eBooks

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The Harder They Fall
by Doreen Owens Malek
Contemporary Romance
Rating: 4.1

Helene Danforth had loved her late fiancé, though he’d never stirred the passion she knew was in her. So when she found herself alone, unmarried and pregnant with his unborn child, she realized she had to do something to make things right. She never expected that Martin’s brother Chris, a Wyoming rancher and rodeo champion, would offer her marriage; she never dreamed she’d be hungering for Chris’ long, lean body…

Chris Murdock swore to give his bother’s child a secure life, but he wasn’t about to let the “innocent” Miss Danforth lure him into her gold digging trap. But Chris soon discovered that he had no defenses against his own fiery longings…


Cold Sweats and Vignettes
by John Bowen
Rating: 4.0

A wonderful and diverse collection of stories.

The Steal, a terrifying heist-with-a-difference, Collide, a Wyndham-esque tale of potential global disaster and its effects on human society, Crash, a space story with a clever sting, and The Fall, Tarantino with a difference – vastly different subjects, told in very different styles, but always with wit, tension, and in every case a twist you won’t see coming…


Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction
by Asheritah Ciuciu
religious & Inspirational
Rating: 4.8

Have you ever felt stuck in a seemingly endless cycle of overeating, yo-yo dieting, and obsessive thoughts about food?

Whether you feel defeated by your lack of self-control or overwhelmed by thoughts and longings for food, the answer to our food fixation does not lie in the $500 billion global diet industry. This is not a diet book and it’s not a healthy eating plan. Because at the core, our problem is not really what we eat. It’s why we seek fullness in something that will never satisfy.


The Charm Bracelet
by Viola Shipman
Women’s Fiction
Rating: 4.3

Through an heirloom charm bracelet, three women will rediscover the importance of family and a passion for living as each charm changes their lives.

On her birthday each year, Lolly’s mother gave her a charm, along with the advice that there is nothing more important than keeping family memories alive, and so Lolly’s charm bracelet would be a constant reminder of that love…


Lie Still
by Julia Heaberlin
Rating: 4.1

When Emily Page and her husband move from Manhattan to the wealthy enclave of Clairmont, Texas, she hopes she can finally escape her haunted past–and outrun the nameless stalker who has been taunting her for years.

Pregnant with her first child, Emily just wants to start over. But as she is drawn into a nest of secretive Texas women–and into the unnerving company of their queen, Caroline Warwick–Emily finds that acceptance is a very dangerous game.


Believe in My Heart
by Maria K. Alexander
Holiday Romance
Rating: 4.6

Since getting dumped seven months ago, head chef Vinnie DiFrancesco has been in a frustrating holding pattern. He returns relaxed from a retreat, but his life is sent into a tailspin when he offers Hope, the event coordinator at his family’s trattoria, temporary housing.

With the trattoria’s traditional Italian Christmas Eve charity dinner slated to be featured on a local TV segment and things heating up in his apartment, the two must set aside their different visions to make the event a success. When a computer glitch threatens their plans, Hope proposes a risky solution. Vinnie must believe in Hope and his heart in order to secure the future of the restaurant and make it a Christmas to remember.