Free eBooks!

With the sheer amount of free eBooks up for grabs over on Amazon at the moment I thought it would be rude not to share them with all the other eBook-addicts out there. Think of it as an early Christmas present…And Julia Williams fans – you’re in for a treat! Enjoy!

 

183 Times a Year183 Times a Year by Eva Jordan

Mothers and daughters alike will never look at each other in quite the same way after reading this book—a brilliantly funny observation of contemporary family life.

Lizzie—exasperated Mother of Cassie, Connor and Stepdaughter Maisy—is the frustrated voice of reason to her daughters’ teenage angst. She gets by with good friends, cheap wine and talking to herself—out loud.

16-year-old Cassie—the Facebook-Tweeting, Selfie-Taking, Music and Mobile Phone obsessed teen—hates everything about her life. She longs for the perfect world of Chelsea Divine and her ‘undivorced’ parents—and Joe, of course.

However, the discovery of a terrible betrayal and a brutal attack throws the whole household into disarray. Lizzie and Cassie are forced to reassess the important things in life as they embark upon separate journeys of self-discovery—accepting some less than flattering home truths along the way.

Although tragic at times this is a delightfully funny exploration of domestic love, hate, strength and ultimately friendship. A poignant, heartfelt look at that complex and diverse relationship between a Mother and daughter set amongst the thorny realities of today’s divided and extended families.

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Meat Market by Rob Radcliffe

Left jobless, womanless, and even dogless, Greg finds himself at a crossroads in his life. Fortunately Greg’s best mate Stu has come to the rescue. Now it’s Stu’s job to lead Greg down the path of enlightenment, where woman swarm by their hundreds and will pay for Greg’s company.
Welcome to the Meat Market, where everything has a price, even love.

 

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Christmas Pie CrescentChristmas Pie Crescent by Kerry Frith

Christmas Pie Crescent was a Christmas paradise… unless you were Holly Hayward. She hated Christmas. Having grown up in Christmas Pie Crescent, she couldn’t get out of there fast enough but now, as Christmas fast approached with no husband to inject the holiday spirit into their twins, it was up to her to make it a Christmas to remember except she didn’t know what to do. It’s out of her comfort zone and the only solution she could think of was to return to Christmas Pie Crescent… But what about what she saw that night when she was twelve? The night she stopped believing.

Then there’s Ryan Shaw, Christmas Pie Crescent’s newest resident at number five with his two children. Along with losing his wife, he also lost his Christmas spirit… then he meets the neighbours. With elves living at number seven, a sexy Mrs Claus at number four, Santa’s twin at number three and never mind the scary cat lady at number two, Ryan has to question himself, where the hell has he moved them to?

As the Christmas competitions begin, Ryan finds himself swept along in the festivities so why not take part and even win? Holly can’t think of anything worse but can Ryan change her mind and help her get her Christmas spirit back?

A festive funny full of love, laughter and heartache.

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My Christmas WishMy Christmas Wish by Julia Williams

A little festive eShort treat from the author who brought you, MAKE A CHRISTMAS WISH

**A 35 page short story**

Dear Mum,
I miss you…

As a way of coping with his mum’s death, fifteen-year-old Joe writes letters to her. As Christmas comes around, Joe only wishes for one thing. Will his Christmas wish come true?

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Granny’s Christmas Wish by Julia Williams

A little festive eShort treat from the author who brought you, MAKE A CHRISTMAS WISH

**A 35 page short story**

All Felicity wants this Christmas is to share it with her daughter, Livvy. There’s just one problem, Livvy died last Christmas.

As Felicity struggles to come to terms with the anniversary of her daughter’s death, it seems everyone around her is moving on.

But could a mysterious friend make her Christmas wish come true after all . . .

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Dad’s Christmas Wish by Julia Williams

A little festive eShort treat from the author who brought you, MAKE A CHRISTMAS WISH

**A 43 page short story**

A widower of five years, silver fox Kenneth Harris has no trouble finding women to date. But only one woman has ever captured his heart.

When mysterious feathers keep blowing in his path, will Kenneth’s only wish come true this Christmas…

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SNOWED IN FOR HER WEDDING a feel good Christmas romanceSnowed In For Her Wedding by Emma Bennet

It should be the perfect wedding day . . . But has Gwen’s groom got cold feet and will he make it through the snow in time?
A lovely Christmas romance short read that you won’t want to put down
Christmas is coming to the little Welsh town of Tonnadulais, and the much-loved characters from ‘The Green Hills of Home.’ But this year it’s somewhat overshadowed by a rather special wedding taking place on Christmas Eve.

Local girl Gwen Jones is finally marrying her man, London publisher John Thatcher, and she couldn’t be happier. Though as her friends and beloved mother help her prepare for the big day, Gwen can’t suppress the little nagging doubt that John shouldn’t still be stuck working in London the day before their wedding. Has the city boy changed his mind about marrying his country girl?

When a huge snow storm hits, it seems John might not to be able to make it back to her, whether he wants to or not.

Join Gwen, John, and Oscar the dog, in this Christmassy treat guaranteed to get you in the festive spirit!

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2 thoughts on “Free eBooks!

  1. Ooh, love Emma Bennet, and also love the look of 183 Times a Year! Thanks for this and can I add that I just read a short story called Survival of the Christmas Spirit, is a ‘mom lit’ book from Aimee Horton which is also free on Amazon at the mo, loved it. Great post, Holly!

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