Eight Female Focused Free Kindle Books

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 RSSor Twitter Feed. 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.

I have not read any of these books, so they may not be any good.

A Dog Named Slugger by Leigh Brill

The true life story of a dog who changed everything for one woman. For the first time in my life, I didn’t need to pretend, I didn’t need to be tough: I only needed to be honest. “I have cerebral palsy. I walk funny and my balance is bad. I fall a lot. My hands shake, too. That means I’m not so good at carrying things. And if I drop stuff, sometimes it’s hard to just bend down and get it.” I waited anxiously for the interviewer’s response. She smiled. “It sounds like a service dog could be great for you.” So began Leigh Brill’s journey toward independence and confidence, all thanks to a trained companion dog named Slugger. The struggling college student and the Labrador with a “a coat like sunshine” and a tail that never stopped wagging became an instant team. Together, they transformed a challenge into a triumph. Together, they inspired and educated everyone they met. Now, Leigh honors her friend with the story of their life, together.

Mossy Creek by Deborah Smith, Sandra Chastain, Debra Dixon, Virgina Ellis, Nancy Knight, and Donna Ball

Was previously free in Dec 2009

A delightful new collection of original Southern stories set in the charming, fictitious down-home town of Mossy Creek, where there’s a friendly face on every corner and a heartfelt story behind every door…

Sweetie by Katryn Megendie

Very well reviewed.

Friendship. Courage. Hope.For shy, stuttering Melissa, the wild mountain girl named Sweetie is a symbol of pride and strength. But to many in their Appalachian town Sweetie is an outcast, a sinister influence, or worse. This poignant and haunting story takes readers deep inside the bittersweet heart of childhood loyalties.

The Year She Fell by Alicia Rasley

The tragic mystery at the heart of their family has finally surfaced . . . When Ellen Wakefield O’Connor is confronted by a young man armed with a birth certificate that mistakenly names her as his mother, she quickly sorts out the truth: his birth mother listed Ellen on the certificate to cover up her own identity, but also because Ellen is, in a way, related to the child. The birth father is Ellen’s troubled husband, Tom. The secrets of the past soon engulf Ellen, Tom, and everyone they love.

The Middle Passage by Julia Golding

This is a novella, not a full novel targeted for ages 9 and up.

Summer 1792.  Our favourite adventurer, Cat Royal, is sailing home from the Caribbean in the company of Billy Shepherd.  They stumble into a mystery in the Azores involving stargazers, thieves and far too many wasps.  A novella free to download.– A wonderful short novel by the prize winning author of The Diamond of Drury Lane series!

Valeria’s Cross by Kathi Macias

Valeria’s Cross is the story of a 3rd century Roman marriage, forged in violence and deceit and built on religious opposition. It is about the many ways that men and women love and fight and grudgingly respect. Yet in the end, God’s faithfulness triumphs.

The Crossroads Cafe by Deborah Smith

A Hollywood actress known for her beauty flees to a secluded mountain cabin in North Carolina after being severely scarred in a car accident. There she finds unexpected love and a new life with a man who lost his family in 9-11.

Warm, funny, poignant, sophisticated, sentimental, fervently romantic and insightfully profound, The Crossroads Cafe is Deborah Smith’s, biggest, best and most ambitious novel yet. Transcending the traditional boundaries of both the romance and women’s fiction genres, this grand buffet of a story will have readers laughing, crying, and cheering the tenacity of the human spirit.

A Taste of Magic by Tracy Madison

Elizabeth Stevens is one bite away from happiness.

Today is Elizabeth Stevens’s birthday, and not only is it the one-year anniversary of her husband leaving her, it’s also the day her bakery is required to make a cake–for her ex’s next wedding. If there’s a bitter taste in her mouth, no one can blame her.

But today, Liz is about to receive a gift. Her Grandma Verda isn’t just wacky; she’s a little witchy. An ancient gypsy magic has been passed through her family bloodline for generations, and it’s Liz’s turn to be empowered. Henceforth, everything she bakes will have a dash of delight and a pinch of wishes-can-come-true. From her hunky policeman neighbor, to her gorgeous personal trainer, to her bum of an ex-husband, everyone Liz knows is going to taste her power. Revenge is sweet…and it’s only the first dish to be served.

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