Read an Ebook Week – Day One – Free Books!

Today we’re proud to offer three of our books for free in celebration of Read an Ebook Week. The only thing we ask is that once you’re done, would you leave an honest review on your favorite online bookstore or Goodreads or any place you like to post reviews? If you blog, please feel free to post your review there and let us know so we can help spread the word on your blog too.

So head on over to our website and download each of these books in either Kindle or epub format.

Tallis’ Third Tune
Ellen L. Ekstrom

Alice Martin discovers herself in a quaint English shop. Iconic historical figures appear no sooner than she thinks of them; they come and go, offering advice – unwanted, but always interesting. While there, Alice learns that she can change definitive moments in her history, to correct mistakes made in two important relationships: with her first love, Quinn Radcliffe, a sensitive classical musician destined for the concert halls of the world, and with Donovan Trist, a charming archeologist with New England blue-blood and expensive scotch in his veins. Each has a hold on Alice, and what she is compelled to undertake begins a momentous and sometimes painful journey. Throughout her travels, Alice is linked to love by a melody, the luminous and evocative Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. As she seeks answers and happiness, Alice knows one thing is for certain – this is not a trip to Wonderland, but deep into her heart and soul.

Cold in California
The Twice-Baked Vampire Series (Book One)
Deborah Riley-Magnus

Twice-baked vampire, Gabriel Strickland, learns he has a chance at redemption when he’s whisked from his final demise into a purgatory secretly tucked in West Hollywood. Sixty creatures, including other dead vampires, pixies, a legendary Navaho stick man and bothersome leprechauns, struggle together to earn brownie points and wait out possible centuries of this purgatory. Gabriel receives dubious advice from the troll who runs the place, but there are always bugs in the pudding and he faces them all. Enter, the beautiful Dori Gallagher, who not only knocks Gabriel off his feet, but also an evil warlock who has designs on her. When menacing forces gather against Gabriel and everything he’s come to respect, it’s a fiery clash of the supernatural in one heroic effort to save his new reality.

Watch for Monkey Jump, the next in the series, due out this spring.

Shadow of a Distant Morning
William Topek

Kansas City, 1934. Devlin Caine, a WWI veteran and former Pinkerton’s operative, is hired by a wealthy industrialist to check out a potential business partner. The job is simple and the money good, but for Caine, it’s a short step from checking public records to being roughed up in a back alley. Clearly there are things the client neglected to mention, such as Caine’s predecessor on the job being found in the Missouri River with a slug in his chest. When the man Caine is investigating turns up murdered as well, Caine finds himself in the middle of a power struggle between his client, a competing industrialist, and a local underworld boss – all after a coded notebook Caine found in the dead man’s hotel room. Desperate to unlock the mystery of the notebook (and to protect his client’s beautiful young daughter), Caine plays the three men against each other in an effort to buy time. He knows only one of the three rivals can win this battle, and backing the wrong side will cost lives, starting with his own.

Watch for A Shared Confidence, another Devlin Caine novel, due out this Spring.

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About Michelle

Michelle Halket is the Creative Director of Central Avenue Publishing. A bibliophile and technophile, Michelle runs this press for great creative writers to showcase their work.
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One Response to Read an Ebook Week – Day One – Free Books!

  1. Darlene says:

    All great books. Hope many take advamtage of this opportunity! Will share.

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