10 Free Kindle eBooks and Kindle Deals – November 21st


It’s time for another list of 10 free Kindle ebooks to start off the week.

Amazon has all the Kindles except the Oasis on sale for Black Friday week so now is a good time to buy.

Please note that the free Kindle books listed below are free as of November 21st, 2016. Most of these titles are free for a limited time only and will expire in a few days before going back to the regular list price.

A good place to find more free Kindle books is on the free bestsellers list at Amazon.

You don’t need to own a Kindle ebook reader or a Fire tablet to read these free ebooks; you can use a free Kindle reading app for iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, and Android devices, or use a computer or web browser.

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When the free deals on the ebooks below expire, check the free Kindle ebooks section of this blog for newer posts.

Kindle Deals

Kindle Touch – $49 ($30 off)

Kindle Paperwhite – $99 ($20 off)

Kindle Voyage – $169 ($30 off)

Kindle Kids Bundle – $69 ($30 off)

Fire Kids Edition Tablet – $64 ($25 off)

Kindle Essentials Bundle – $84 ($45 off)

Kindle Voyage – $119 (refurbished)

Kindle Paperwhite 3 – $79 (refurbished)

Fire HD 10 (5th gen) – $159 (refurbished)

Kindle Daily Deals

Kindle Holiday Deals up to 80% off

Up to 60% off select series bundles

Kindle Countdown Deals

Select Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Kindle books starting at $0.99

99 Romances for $.99

50 Kindle Book Deals for $2 Each

30 Kids’ Books, $1 Each

10 Free Kindle eBooks

Blood to Dust by L.J. Shen

Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, 4.6 stars, 431 reviews

His name is Beat, and I should hate him. Bound, blindfolded and bruised, I’m tied in his basement, waiting for the men who stripped me from clothes and humanity to collect his debt to them. Me. His name is Nate and I should hate him, but I don’t. I’m not supposed to know his real name, even worse, I’m not supposed to care. He is nothing to me but means to an end. The plan is simple: break free, collect the pieces of my broken soul, kill the bastards and run away. His name is Nathaniel Thomas Vela, and I’ve never seen his face, though I hear that it’s beautiful…

Backstretch Baby by Bev Pettersen

Contemporary Romance, 4.6 stars, 48 reviews

Private investigator Rick Talbot shuns polite society, preferring to keep horrific memories at bay by hunting the most hardened of criminals. Tracking down stolen bridles at a California racetrack is a mind-numbing assignment that’s way beneath his pay grade. Besides, he isn’t burned out and he doesn’t need a working vacation–no matter what his employer thinks. Rookie trainer, Eve Lewis, has enough struggles coping with her boss’s antagonistic wife and a track community that resents outsiders. Theft and sabotage have made riding impossible, and so far, none of her horses have even made it to the starting gate. The last thing she needs is a badass investigator reporting on all her problems and threatening her ability to provide for her young son…

Dark Wolf Adrift: Alpha Underground Book 0 by Aimee Easterling

Mythology & Folk Tales, 4.7 stars, 64 reviews

Hunter Green attracts territorial shifters like moths to a porch light. Sick of beating up on pups who don’t have the sense to back down from a challenge, the alpha finds peace as a warrior in the human-only military. Unfortunately, his strong inner wolf isn’t content defusing bombs and battling sharks. Instead, the beast emerges, nearly tearing the limbs off a poaching shifter before setting its sights on Hunter’s human dive mate. No longer able to trust his animal half among defenseless humans, the outcast alpha struggles to reenter shifter society. But will his tenuous grasp on werewolf politics be enough to stand up against backstabbing pack leaders intent upon expunging Hunter’s last shred of humanity?

A Weekend Getaway (Secrets Series Book 1) by
Karen Lenfestey

Romance, 4.5 stars, 132 reviews

Bethany Morris always puts everyone else’s needs first. That’s why when she got pregnant in college, she had the baby in secret and placed it for adoption. Sixteen years later, she patiently waits for her live-in boyfriend to propose and wonders if she missed her one chance at motherhood. Life gets complicated when she runs into the baby’s father, Parker, and he reveals that he has the same disease that took his father’s life. Does Bethany owe it to Parker to tell him that he has a child? Should she track down the daughter she’s never known just to give her bad news? Risking the comfortable life she’s built for herself, Bethany embarks on a cross-country road trip to face her past and find the daughter she never forgot.

Against The Odds (Anna Dawson Book 1) by Mara Jacobs

Thriller, 4.3 stars, 336 reviews

My name is Anna Dawson, and I’m a gambler. And like any gambler will tell you, sometimes that’s good, and sometimes…not so much. And sometimes it’s an outright problem. I love Vegas, and I love the life I’ve built, but when one of my friends is murdered, and another one shot at, I know I need to take a serious look at myself. And I need to call in the big guns. Even if that means teaming up with Detective Jack Schiller, a man who’s battling his own demons. Right now I’m just trying to juggle protecting my friends, helping Jack while not letting him get too close, and finding a murderer. And, oh yeah, no one can learn about my gambling. Or this will be the last hand I’m dealt.

City of Sin by Ivy Smoak

Romance, 4.7 stars, 114 reviews

Nothing seems to be going Bee’s way. She’s been knocked down by her ex, her job, and the city in general. Could a blind date really be the start to the much needed change she’s been hoping for? When Bee is already running late, a sexy stranger steals her cab. And once she finally arrives at the restaurant and finds out that he’s her date, the night takes an unexpected turn. Maybe this sexy stranger is exactly what she’s needed this whole time… Except Mason Caldwell is not a good man. A renowned playboy, heir to his family’s fortune, and willing to do whatever it takes to make his dreams come true, he’s not looking for a change. He’s looking for vengeance. And a woman he barely knows is definitely not going to get in his way. But he can’t stop thinking about her.

Under the Pines by Jennifer Bisbing

Mystery, 4.4 stars, 42 reviews

Told through the eyes of eight-year-old Josie Banks whose recently inherited psychic gifts meld science with the paranormal, Under the Pines is a fast-paced and surprising story of abduction, mistrust, and murder. Author Jennifer Bisbing intertwines her own 1970’s childhood memories of life with a renowned forensic scientist into an authentic whodunit. Drawing on her father’s career — which included forensic consulting on high-profile cases like the O.J. Simpson trial and JonBenét Ramsey murder, as well as the hit CBS show CSI — Bisbing reveals how one girl, powerful beyond measure, can derail conventional crime scene investigation.

Occult Assassin 1: Damnation Code by William Massa

Suspense, 4.3 stars, 302 reviews

Driven by vengeance, one man declares war against the forces of darkness. After a decade spent fighting the enemy abroad and keeping his country safe, Delta Force Operator Mark Talon is ready to put his military career behind him and settle down with the love of his life in San Francisco. But Talon’s world crumbles when his fiancée becomes the victim of a murderous cult. The military man now has a new foe in his crosshairs, and this promises to be a very different war. The person responsible for his beloved’s death is a Silicon Valley tycoon allied with the forces of darkness. Fusing cutting-edge computer technology with an ancient evil, the enemy here cannot be stopped by bullets alone. If Talon is to be victorious in his mission of vengeance, he will need to master a new method of warfare — the arcane arts! He must become… the Occult Assassin.

Alice Will: Dreams of Chaos Book 1 by Ashley Chappell

Fantasy, 4.6 stars, 31 reviews

Fourteen year-old Trotter was still just trying to get the hang of the demi-godding business when the apocalypse began. In a world where the gods have withdrawn from humanity, leaving mortals bitter toward magic, she finds herself constantly torn between her human and goddess sides. When the world begins to fade away and she becomes the prime suspect, her search to find the cause and prove her innocence ends up revolving around a mysterious little girl named Alice. Then Trotter discovers that not all of the gods had been as distant as they seemed…

The Preacher’s Daughter (Annie’s People Book #1) by Beverly Lewis

Contemporary Fiction, 4.5 stars, 591 reviews

The Preacher’s Daughter begins a remarkable journey of heartache and homespun delight–a series readers will find impossible to forget. Paradise, Pennsylvania, is likened to a little slice of heaven on earth…but for Annie Zook–the preacher’s eldest daughter–it seems like a dead-end street. She is expected to join the Amish church, but at 20 she is “still deciding.” Because of the strict rules that guide the Plain community, she must continually squelch her artistic passion, although it has become her solace. In her signature style, with character depth and unexpected plot twists, beloved novelist Beverly Lewis once again opens the door to the world of the Amish.

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