Friday, February 18, 2011

Friday Finds: Sweet Indie Deals - Feb 18, 2011

Friday Finds is a way to share super sweet deals for indie paranormal ebooks.  All Friday Finds are priced from Free ~ $3.00 and represent an awesome deal for the word count. 

  • Books listed in Friday Finds have not been reviewed unless indicated below with a link to the review.  
  • It's up to the reader to determine if the ebook is a good fit for their reading tastes.  
  • Follow the links for more details and to download a free sample (if it's not already free) to see if you might like it. It's a great way to "test drive" a book.
  • If a coupon code is listed below, it is publicly available or was provided to me by the author specifically for sharing on the blog. 

Prices are valid at the time of this post but they can change at any time, so get 'em while the gettin' is good!

Fresh Blood
by Jennifer Colgan

Word Count: approx. 39,274 

FREE! at Smashwords
The deal is one life for another. Will Erica Talbot give her body, her mind and her soul to a vampire to save her sister one last time?  (Warning: Erotic)

by Heather C. Hudak

Word Count: approx. 83,163

$0.99 B&N Nook
When tall, dark, and mysterious Chaseyn Lear arrives in the small town of Evergreen, Colorado, high school senior Lia Jameson’s life is turned upside-down. An unexpected twist of fate unravels a long-time family curse that puts Lia in the center of a supernatural drama and threatens her life. 

Blue Amber
(Apocalypto, #3)
by LK Rigel

Word Count:  approx. 20,436

$0.99 Smashwords
$0.99 Amazon Kindle
$0.99 B&N Nook


When Mallory visits Allel on her way to Red City, she and Edmund meet outside the proper formal channels. The forbidden encounter sparks feelings in Mallory which chalices are denied by law to entertain.  Neither could imagine their friendship would threaten the delicate balance of world power.

Little Sister: A Vampire Novella
by V.J. Chambers

Word Count: approx. 26,370

$0.99 Smashwords
$0.99 Amazon Kindle

Ever since Jane Cassidy's big brother was killed in a car accident six months ago, she's been taking solace in watching cheesy vampire movies and yelling at the characters on the screen when they do stupid things. She can't control the tragedy in her own life, but in the movies, the characters can find ways out of the grip of death.

A chance meeting with Bailey Westfield, her brother's best friend and her childhood crush, catapults her out of her cocoon of grieving. Bailey's kiss makes Jane feel tugged under a rushing waterfall of cold, sweet darkness. She only sees him at night, and she longs to feel his icy fingers trace the outline of her jaw.

Jane doesn't realize that she's been (literally) sucked into the plot of a vampire movie. And she's not so snarky when there are teeth in her own neck.

Under Witch Moon
by Maria E. Schneider

Word Count: approx. 92,315

$2.99 B&N Nook
Under Witch Moon is the first in an urban fantasy series: When dead bodies start turning up Adriel has no choice but to talk to White Feather, an undercover cop. Unfortunately, Adriel is a witch and White Feather isn't convinced she's innocent of wrongdoing. She's going to have to talk fast--and set spells even faster if she expects to survive.

1 comment:

  1. Love the cover of Blue Amber!

    By the way, just reduced my price of Amaury's Hellion to $2.99 on Amazon.


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