Here is a list of today’s free Kindle books. Yesterday’s selections were for kids. Today, I changed it up with five books for adults. I chose a variety of books from different genres to offer up something for almost everyone. Check back tomorrow for another set of free books for your Kindle. All the books below were downloaded and opened on an original Kindle Fire. Be sure to check out a book’s free preview when available before you download.
Written by Jillian Hart. The setting is Montana Territory in 1883. Noelle Kramer is a blind woman, desperately trying to live independently. When she is thrown from her horse into an icy river, a man from her past comes to save her. The book is a love story placed in a historical setting.
Written by Marta Perry. Considered a love inspired suspense story. Financial expert Andrea Hampton trades life in the big city for a plain life in Amish country when her sister is injured. Andrea wants to help turn her grandmother’s house into an inn but a rash of accidents and weird occurrences make her believe that someone or something is trying to stop them.
Les Miserables, English version
Written by Victor Hugo. A classic tale of political upheaval in 19th century France. This is a condensed version missing many of the sub-plots but the main struggle of Jean Valjean to overcome desperate circumstances remains strong. This version is great if you want a lighter read than Hugo’s full version.
Fuel Fantastic Sugar Cleanse; Free yourself of Sugar’s grasp in 21 days or less
Written by Kelly Fitzsimmons. This book is well written and researched. Fitzsimmons takes the time to explain why sugar is bad for you. Following the cleanse you will feel better and have more energy. This one grabbed my attention because my father is a diabetic and my husband is having blood sugar issues.
Fibromyalgia; a guide to understanding the journey
Written by Shelly Bolton. This book is free to Kindle Prime members with access to the Kindle Lending Library. The book’s title says it all. Shelly Bolton describes what it is like to live with this disease, which is often misdiagnosed. Worth reading if you have fibromyalgia or have someone in your life with this disease.
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