Freebie flash! Culdee Creek, Strings Attached

 Freebie flash! Culdee Creek, Strings Attached

As usual, I don’t vouch for these books, and they come from companies that are not (to my knowledge) blocking text-to-speech. As promotional titles, they may not be free for long. Note: these books are free in the USA: prices in other countries may vary.

Daughter of Joy 
Brides of Culdee Creek #1
By Kathy Morgan 
Published by Revell (part of Baker, a faith-based publisher)

This is the first in an award-winning “inspirational romance” series.  It takes place in late 19th Century Colorado, and the series is up to book four.

Strings Attached 
By Nick Nolan 
Published by AmazonEncore (a general publisher part of Amazon)

A closeted gay teen has to move to a new situation, and adapt to it.  This is a highly reviewed novel, which the author has said was originally intended for “youngish gay men”, but appears to have a broad appeal.

This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog.

2 Responses to “Freebie flash! Culdee Creek, Strings Attached”

  1. draegi Says:

    Hi, just thought I’d point out something either weird or very hopeful is happening with the freebies – Even though I’m not in America, they’ve suddenly all showed up as actually being free instead of costing $2.49 for wireless delivery… Have taken the chance to snap up some freebies, and they do seem to be actually free – just thought you might like to know.

    • bufocalvin Says:

      Thanks so much for the heads up, draegi!

      I’m going to alert people to that: you are in the UK, right?

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