10 Free Fiction Kindle Books

Amazon LilyAmazon Lily by Theresa Weir

6 of 6 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled

She was white gloves and ice cream socials, a nice Midwestern girl who’d come to the Amazon on a mission to save the native Indians. Then Corey McKinney found herself alone in the thick, steamy jungle with a ruggedly handsome bush pilot who dared her to deny what they both knew: she wanted him.

He was rotgut whiskey and barroom brawls, a street-hardened adventure-seeker who had no time for women with lofty intentions. But Asher Adams was instantly captivated by his passenger’s delicate beauty and feisty spirit, and he found himself caring when it was the last thing he wanted to do.

In a jungle teeming with perils, they must band together as they face the most thrilling adventure of their lives–one that will bring a passion that burns hotter than the South American sun, and a love as beautiful as the…Amazon Lily.

The Geronimo Breach by Russell BlakeThe Geronimo Breach

295 pages, 27 of 29 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled

The Geronimo Breach is a breakneck-paced thrill ride that pits the world’s most unlikely protagonist against the deadliest  adversaries on the planet. From the corridors of Langley to the sweltering jungles of Panama, from the hills of Pakistan to the cocaine trails of Colombia, a clandestine scheme to preserve a terrible secret goes horribly awry, plunging a reluctant hero down a deadly rabbit hole of deceit and betrayal, while raising disturbing questions about the media, the war on terror & its linkage with the war on drugs, & the nature of reality in an age of sound-bites and photo ops.

Albert Ross is a malingering misanthrope – a boozing, chain smoking philanderer; shifty, lazy, cowardly, going to fat, & more prone to doing the wrong thing than any man alive. His purgatorial existence working for the State Department in Panama gets shattered when a routine errand becomes a race against the clock, battling adversaries for whom no price is too high to protect a secret that could topple the world order. As the body count climbs in a struggle without rules, Al must face his own demons, as well as the myriad very real ones intent upon destroying him. The unexpectedly shattering conclusion of this richly drawn thriller is both topical & chillingly plausible, making for a roller-coaster action/adventure without parallel.

The Ancient Realm

The Ancient Realm by Sarah Leith Bahn

114 pages, 17 of 17 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Young Adult

Agnes Adelaide Fordyce, an ordinary eleven-year-old girl, finds her life plunged into adventure one cold fall evening when a mysterious new babysitter named Octavia comes to visit. Her life in Blue Rocks Harbour, Nova Scotia, once filled with tedious chores from her German Nanny and teasing from her older twin brothers, is changed forever when she is introduced to the Ancient Realm, a secret society of Guardians who protect the precious natural resources of planet Earth.

The first book in a new fantasy series by Sarah Leith Bahn, The Ancient Realm combines a look at the beauty of our planet with timely concerns about our global ecosystems. Above all, we are taken on a magical adventure, from the shores of Nova Scotia, to the heights of the Himalayas, to the islands of the Indian Ocean, where we learn about the mystery and power of the natural world around us. Through Octavia, Agnes also learns about herself, and how important it is for each of us to dream, to appreciate the world around us, to fight for what we care about . . . and to believe.

Fake Perfect Me

Fake Perfect Me by Cari Kamm

345 pages, 21 of 28 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled

Isabella Reynolds has the perfect life … or does she? Maybe there is a grand illusion to glamour. Fake Perfect Me is a glorious dance that will tickle your senses.

Isabella seems to have it all–the former Southern belle with big dreams is the head of her own skin care company and is the self-proclaimed queen of all things beautiful in New York City. Then her world comes crashing down, and she is stripped of everything she loves–her man, the Italian litigator “Saint” Santo; the loss of her company; and the death of her beloved dog, Potato. With her penchant for bingeing and purging, how can she turn her life around when she still feels the need to maintain her “perfect” façade?

Fake Perfect Me, author Cari Kamm’s heart-warming–and often heart-wrenching–tale of a successful New Yorker and her inner circle, offers an inside look at a world of excess. Isabella Reynolds may seem unlike anyone you’ve ever known, but at her core, she’s instantly recognizable. Her trials and tribulations, her ups and downs, are much the same as anyone’s. Her world may have a high price tag, but its true value comes from its losses and lesson… to love one’s self.

Diary of a Nerd King

Diary of a Nerd King by Matt Ballard

9 of 9 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled

My name is Max Ridgemont. My sister says I’m the Nerd King. I resent that. She says I resemble that. She thinks she’s so smart. Wait til I’m famous from inventing a burping machine.

This is my diary, except it’s not a diary. It’s a journal, or a blog, or a log… just not a diary ’cause diaries are for girls and wimpy kids. There’s also a lot of wicked awesome pictures I drew in here too. Don’t feel bad if you can’t draw as well as I can. Most people can’t.

Oh yeah, my best friend Boogie and I are going to make millions with our new YouTube channel, and our plan is in here too. DON’T try and copy us. You’ll just get upset when you don’t make a million dollars and find out you’re not as awesome as us.

Don't Feed the Fairies (The Cytolene Chronicles)

Don’t Feed The Fairies by Eileen Gormley

11 of 11 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled

SHE’S A LONG WAY FROM HOME

Getting stranded on Earth was a shock, but Cytolene has a plan. She’s going to hitch a lift on the first spaceship home. In the meantime, there are all those delicious Earthers to feast on. It’s true what they say – human energy is the tastiest in the galaxy.

When she discovers she’s not the only alien on Earth, Cytolene has to protect a helpless baby from a vicious bunch of alien hunters.

She enlists the help of Steve, a high-tech hottie – well, she always wanted a pet. But why does he think she’s his girlfriend? And why is he so jealous of Mike, the lethal ex-Marine?

When her humans are captured by the baby’s sexy big brother, Cytolene has to find a way to keep them alive and off the menu.

In a clash with her own people, Cytolene has to decide what she’s willing to risk to protect her humans.

Bonded in Brazil

Bonded in Brazil by Rhiannon Ellis

181 pages, 16 of 17 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled

A few missed loan payments, and a family of Brazilian vintners stands to lose the fruits of four generations of labor. To save the business, devoted daughter Eliana Menino strikes a deal of her own to work off the family debt in service to the man she calls demonio—devilishly handsome private investor Hale Forester.Uprooted from her childhood home in exotic Brazil to work for Hale at his sprawling Napa Valley estate, Eliana soon realizes that the ruthless man who can make or break her family has a secret past … and the power to break her heart.

300 pages, 21 of 24 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending EnabledWith one kick, Joey Hamilton has sent the world of professional wrestling into chaos. In his first World Title match, on national television, Joey botched a simple maneuver, turning a scripted wrestling match into a nightmarish reality.

Now the World Champion is injured and the locker room is in tatters. With the top spot open, veteran wrestlers are jockeying for position, hoping to become the next megastar, and Joey is their target.

With a unique look behind the scenes at America’s most violent dramatic art, One Fall shows the world of professional wrestling in its rawest form. It is a world of violence, drug abuse, backstabbing, and desperation. But it is also a world of pride, honor, guts, and most of all, passion.

Huntress (A Grace Murphy Novel)

Huntress by Nicole Hamlett

195 pages, 39 of 42 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free

Grace Murphy, a newly single mother finds this out as she’s trying to figure out how to lead a perfectly normal life. The big question becomes, what do you do when you find out that your mother is Diana, the Goddess of the Hunt and she expects you to take up the family business?

You can try hiding, but escaping when you have an ex-husband to deal with, a kid to raise and an unknown being who’s trying to kill you is tricky at best.

Now the woman who couldn’t put a bookshelf together without getting sweaty and perplexed must learn how to roar…without getting herself and everyone she loves killed.

Saving the world? Not a problem.

Getting home in time for chocolate chip pancakes might be a whole other matter, though…

South of Bixby Bridge

South of Bixby Bridge by Ryan Winfield

299 pages, 166 of 211 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled

Fresh out of drug rehab.
A young unemployed stockbroker, alone.
Struggling to survive the holidays on the San Francisco streets.
He wants his life back, he wants his girlfriend back.
Then his luck turns when he runs into just the right man–
A charming, sadistic hedge-fund owner with an intoxicating wife.
Success, money, a second chance . . .
But sometimes second chances come with a price.
Sometimes the price is your soul.

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I have not read any of these books, so they may not be any good.  Some of the books from previous Free Book posts are still available for free. If you want to see all free books as they come out you should follow Books on the Knob on their RSS or Twitter Feed. Or Ireaderreview or the many free book threads on Amazon’s Message Boards.  As always please check to make sure the books are still free before you “buy” them, especially from Amazon. Prices can change quickly.  This may be a one day offer. Pick it up quick.

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