Here’s a list of 10 free Kindle ebooks for your weekend, along with some Kindle-related deals.
Amazon has a really good deal on Kindle Unlimited subscriptions where you can essentially subscribe for $5.99 per month for 2 years, or $6.69 per month for 1 year.
Please note that the free Kindle books listed below are free as of July 7th, 2018. 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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10 Free Kindle eBooks
Tin God (Delta Crossroads Trilogy, Book 1) by Stacy Green
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, 4.4 stars, 1,311 reviews
The truth can set you free. Jaymee Ballard trusted only one person with the secret of her lost daughter. Now that person is dead—murdered, just like another woman in town. Jaymee is convinced her past and the secrets she has fought for so long to hide have come back to haunt her. And in a small town, unburied secrets can be deadly. The truth can also get you killed. Too many years of abuse leaves Jaymee unwilling to trust, but now she must ask for help from friends: One man who has ties to the murders, and another who wants to claim her heart. With the killer ready to strike again, they are running out of time. Can they find Jaymee’s daughter before it’s too late? Or will the awful secrets of Jaymee’s past destroy any chance of happiness?
Sit…Stay…Beg (The Dogfather Book 1) by Roxanne St. Claire
Romantic Comedy, 4.7 stars, 179 reviews
Garrett Kilcannon, a former dot com super-success who now devotes his life to rescuing dogs and finding them homes, prefers to keep his secrets buried as deep as a dog hides his bone. So when he learns his father has invited a journalist to Waterford Farm to write and produce an in-depth profile on him, he doesn’t care that she’s a childhood friend or drop dead gorgeous. He has zero tolerance for the media…until he sees a different side when she gets through the walls of a rescue dog who’s refused to eat during her short stay at Waterford. Unwillingly charmed and undeniably attracted, Garrett agrees to the interview that could break down a few of his emotional walls, too…
Earthrise by M.C.A. Hogarth
Science Fiction, 4.4 stars, 268 reviews
Reese Eddings has enough to do keeping her rattletrap merchant vessel, the TMS Earthrise, profitable enough to feed herself and her crew. So when a mysterious benefactor from her past shows up demanding she rescue a man from slavers, her first reaction is to run for the hills. Unfortunately, she did promise to repay the loan. But she didn’t think it would involve tangling with pirates over a space elf prince. Book 1 of the Her Instruments trilogy is a rollicking adventure set in the expansive Pelted universe, and kicks off an epic space opera series where the fate of worlds hangs in the balance. Fans who enjoyed Firefly or Andromeda will like this series.
When No One is Watching by Joseph Hayes
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, 4.5 stars, 472 reviews
On the eve of announcing his run for Congress, a charismatic Chicago politician causes a deadly accident. Panicked, he frames his best friend, a good-hearted alcoholic, and flees the scene. As one man tries to pick up the pieces of his shattered life, the other embarks on a meteoric rise to political stardom. But when a dogged detective digs deeper into the case, the political superstar must decide just how far he is willing to go to keep his dark secret. Author Joseph Hayes combines page-turning suspense with a poignant tale of inspiration and redemption as he asks, is “the greater good” just a lie we tell ourselves to justify the sins we commit when no one is watching?
Love In the Red Zone by Love Belvin
Women’s Fiction, 4.7 stars, 362 reviews
Can you tell the difference between a distraction and a blessing? It should be simple, but sometimes what we think is a distraction can actually be a turning of the tide required to bring life full circle, to a place of blessing. Meet Trent Bailey, who is fighting for the right to continue his stellar professional football career after enduring striking legal woes in the recent past. Trent cannot and will not blow his second chance for anyone; after all, this is the blessing he’s been praying for. After receiving confirmation that staying focused is all he needs, it’s what he aims to do. No distractions. That’s until he bumps into two unexpected overnight guests…
Brian Helsing: The World’s Unlikeliest Vampire Hunter by Gareth K Pengelly
Fantasy, 4.6 stars, 55 reviews
When Helsing XII, the latest in the long and illustrious line of brave demon-hunters dies in combat, no-one would have expected his ring of power to be handed down to an idiot. Least of all said idiot; Brian Trelawney, the most hapless car salesman in the whole of Cornwall. With no redeeming features bar his towering height, Brian finds himself thrust into a strange and often terrifying world of vampires, banshees and all other Things That Go Bump In The Night. Trained, after a fashion, by the eccentric Masters, and equipped with strange weapons, Brian is sent into battle as the unwitting savior of mankind…
Discovering Hope by Chautona Havig
Romance, 4.6 stars, 163 reviews
The song says that when two people from two different worlds come together, those worlds collide. Hope Senior is determined to blend them instead—if she possibly can. She’s already lost two of the people closest to her. If her friend never embraces faith in Jesus, she isn’t sure she can bear it. For Jay Brown, meeting Hope opened up a world he’d never thought he’d want to enter. Then again, taking things on faith has never been one of his strengths. As their fledgling friendship grows into a richer, deeper one, Hope and Jay find themselves exploring more than the differences in Indian and American cultures. It becomes a journey of faith… for both of them.
Glad One: Crazy is a Relative Term by Margaret Lashley
Mystery, 4.5 stars, 112 reviews
St. Pete Beach attracts weirdos like mosquitoes to a bug zapper. After being raked over the coals in Europe, Val Fremden flies back to her old stomping grounds to find everyone and everything she knew squashed under the heels of change. Seven years abroad has done a number on her finances, credit history, friends and social standing. Divorced, broke, and staring forty-five in its haggard face, Val’s got nothing left to go on but her own dry sense of humor and a pair of wobbly thighs. Will the life coach advice of a beer-guzzling old lady she meets on the beach help Val find her way — or will it lead her even further astray?
Stone Song: A Novel of the Life of Crazy Horse by Win Blevins
Literature & Fiction, 4.4 stars, 391 reviews
Ridiculed as a boy for his white-man looks, he called for a vision, and received a great one . . . a vision that would shape his life. He was to fight for his people. In order to be successful, he must not accept traditional Lakota finery, rewards, and would sacrifice the dream of a wife and children. By following his vision, and his destiny of that as a mystic warrior, he was able to lead his people to their greatest victory—the defeat of General Custer at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Called to his monumental task, and tortured by his deeply passionate love of a woman, Crazy Horse found peace only in battle. Drawing inspiration from the eternal wisdom of his people, he discovered the means to defeat the U.S. Army at its own deadly game.
Dr. Vigilante by Alberto Hazan
Thriller, 4.4 stars, 426 reviews
Doctor by day.
Vigilante by night.
Robert lives a double life in New York City. He spends his days treating patients at the St. Jude’s Hospital ER and his nights going after the psychopaths who wrong them: the child molesters, wife beaters, and rapists. But when the fiery, beautiful new social worker discovers his secret identity and their love affair takes off, Robert is forced to face some hard questions:
Do the ends justify the means?
After years of hunting down psychopaths, is Robert turning into one himself?