I thought I would take a look at all the books I have reviewed and published to see if any are free. Below are Kindle editions that are free from Amazon.
“One night in the town of Hell, Ariel’s best friend goes missing. Those around her believe Jenna ran away, but when Ariel is tormented by nightmares and paranormal activity, she realizes Jenna’s disappearance was part of a bigger mystery. Ariel’s obsession with haunted houses and horror movies makes her the perfect detective.
For nineteen-year-old Ember, life has always
been about death. With a simple touch, she can see when someone will die. It’s
her curse and the reason she secludes herself from the world. The only person
that knows her secret is her best friend Raven.
But that changes when
she meets Asher Morgan. He’s gorgeous and mysterious and is the only person
Ember can’t sense death from. The silence he instills in her mind and body
allows her to feel things she’s never been able to before, so despite her
initial reservations, Ember lets Asher into her life and lets herself to get
close to him. But the closer they get, the more Ember realizes that Asher is
keeping secrets from her.
When unexplained deaths begin to surface in her
town, Ember questions why she can’t see Asher’s death and what it is he’s hiding
“In a province where magic is forbidden and its possessors are murdered by the
cruel Praetor, young Ilan, born with the powerful gift of her ancestors, has
only one hope for survival. Concealment. In the shadow of Dimmingwood, she finds
temporary protection with a band of forest brigands led by the infamous outlaw
Rideon the Red Hand.
But as Ilan matures, learns the skills of survival,
and struggles to master the inherent magic of her dying race, danger is always
close behind. When old enemies reappear and new friendships lead to betrayal,
will her discovery of an enchanted bow prove to be Ilan’s final salvation or her
* * * * *
When I was small, my mother taught me
about the magickless–evil men who hunted our kind to destroy us. They came from
across the water to steal the lands of our ancestors. Pretending to want peace,
they enslaved us and sought to extinguish what they couldn’t possess, the one
thing their harsh laws could never control. Our ancient powers. One day, my
mother warned me, violence would shatter the safety of our home, and when that
day came, we must fight. And we must win.”