Nell’s Sunday Book Hunt
Welcome to One Book Two. I love free books, so I go on a hunt to find them every week and then share my finds with you. It’s kinda like Indiana Jones searching for artifacts…without snakes. BUT BEFORE I show you my finds, I want to tell you about some stuff I heard along the grapevine.
First things first, I get stuck on characters sometimes. Harmony Black, Yancy Lazarus, Gin Blanco, Mercy Thompson, Jane Yellowrock…you get the idea. My latest love which isn’t really new is John Abraham Quincy Holmwood Harker. John G. Hartness released Quincy book #5 at the end of July called Heaven Sent. Mr. Hartness will be releasing #6 Heaven’s Door, on October 18, 2016. I haven’t had a break in my schedule to read Heaven Sent, but believe me, I WILL read it. Also, Quincy has audio books too. I bought nearly all of Quincy’s books in one big conglomeration called Year One: A Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter Collection. The narrator is James Foster and he gives Quincy a vocal personality that fits the character. Quincy is cynical, sarcastic, trigger happy and foul mouthed. *swoon* My hero. Ah….so, fair warning if you don’t like ‘f’ bombs, you will miss out on a great series. That being said, Quincy is pretty good at his job. Demon hunting isn’t exactly one of those jobs that the school counselor would recommend. Anyway, the point of this piece of gossip was the chance to let y’all know that there is a free Quincy Harker short story out there on John G. Hartness‘s website. It’s called High Fashion Hell. Please don’t read it if you don’t want to get hooked on a one of a kind, sorta half-vampire, insolent demon hunter who just happens proclaim himself as the legendary Dracula’s nephew in the here and now.
Faith Hunter put out a free short story in Jane Yellowrock‘s world. *Bruiser=swoon* It’s called Shiloh and the Brick with Leo in a star role (like he’d accept anything less).
Sean Cummings blogged about his surprised reaction at the response his book Immortal Remains was getting. Really? You are kidding me, right? Read my review here and you’ll get it.
Last piece of gossip I have is that one of my favorite authors (with a bunch of others) put together something special for Halloween. Stephen Blackmoore has a short story (World’s Greatest Dad) in this anthology called Deadly Treats: A Halloween Anthology. If you hurry, you can get it for your kindle for 99 pennies. (Psst…Hungry Ghosts, Eric Carter #3, will be released February 7, 2017. Woot!)
now on to the part you really came here for:
Description: Madeline knew her life was strange, and not just because she could sense the emotions of others. Having people die by your hand on two separate occasions can make a girl question her very existence. Still, she never thought she’d wake up in a world straight out of Norse myth. A world where corpses reanimate all on their own . . . and she’s supposed to be their executioner.
A normal person would run screaming into the night, but there’s something about dark and alluring Alaric that’s giving Madeline pause, and it’s not the fact that he turns a little feline from time to time.
Free on Kindle | Free on Nook
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