Here’s a roundup of 10 free highly-rated Kindle ebooks to start off the weekend.
Woot also has the Kindle 5 available for $19 refurbished. They’ll probably be sold out in a couple of hours but keep an eye on Woot for more Kindle deals because they’ve been adding them more frequently lately.
Please note the free Kindle books listed below are free as of March 20th, 2021. Most of these titles are free for a limited time only and will expire in the next few days or hours 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 free Kindle reading apps for iPad, iPhone, and Android devices, or use a computer or web browser.
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10 Free Kindle eBooks
She’s Got the Guns by M.O. Mack
Thriller, 4.6 stars, 241 reviews
What could possibly be worse than being beaten, broke, and on the run from a dangerous criminal? What if that criminal is your ex and works for the FBI? Oh, and then there’s the tiny matter of landing a job. Not so easy for a woman on the run. Which is why when Emily Rockford gets a gig, answering the phone for a “pest control” company, she thinks her luck is turning. Until…she discovers the business is a cover…
Imperfect Chemistry by Mary Frame
Romantic Comedy, 4.4 stars, 621 reviews
Lucy London puts the word genius to shame. Having obtained her PhD in microbiology by the age of 20, she’s amassed a wealth of knowledge, but one subject still eludes her – people. The pendulum of passions experienced by those around her confuses and intrigues her, so when she’s offered a grant to study emotion as a pathogen, she jumps on the opportunity. Enter Jensen Walker, Lucy’s neighbor and the one person she finds appealing…
Killing Me Softly by Maggie Shayne
Romantic Suspense, 4.4 stars, 119 reviews
He terrorized a small Vermont town 16 years ago and recently died in prison. Not a single murder in all that time. Until now. Rookie cop Bryan Kendal’s lover is dead in his bed. Strangled. Nightcap’s signature shot glass on the nightstand. Bryan’s high school girlfriend Dawn knows she’s the only one who can help him. But it will mean facing Bryan for the first time, five years after running away without a word. Worse, it’ll mean facing the demons that chased her across the country to begin with…
Crimson Tempest by Anthony James
Science Fiction, 4.3 stars, 653 reviews
Humanity is fighting against an implacable foe. The Ghasts – a ruthless alien race – seem hell-bent on wiping out mankind. They have a vast warfleet and their technology is advancing at a terrible rate. Captain John Nathan Duggan and his crew are given a mission – find the missing ESS Crimson and bring it home. Little does Duggan realise, this is no ordinary mission. As he struggles against enemies both within and without, he desperately tries to unlock the mystery surrounding the Crimson’s disappearance and the unknown weapons it carries…
Meows and Murder by Patti Benning
Mystery, 4.7 stars, 51 reviews
Ever notice that your cat seems to see things? Do you ever wonder if they can see the future? Lorelei French is a coffee shop owner with a furry little secret. Her beloved companion, a purrfectly loyal Havana Brown cat, named Latte, can predict death. When Latte begins her vigil, sitting by the neighbor’s front door, Lorelei is saddened, knowing that it means that her neighbor isn’t long for this world. What she didn’t expect was that her sweet, kindhearted neighbor would be murdered in the dead of night…
The Faerie Guardian by Rachel Morgan
Fantasy, 4.4 stars, 1292 reviews
Rule: Never reveal yourself to a human. I swear I didn’t break this rule. I had my glamour in place. I saved the guy’s life, just as I was assigned to do. And then he looked at me. Looked at me. Rule: Never bring a human into the fae realm. Technically, this wasn’t my fault either. He followed me. But the Guild doesn’t see it that way. Assignment status? Failed. I’m months away from graduating top of my class, and now Nate has ruined everything. If I can get him back home without killing him, maybe I can salvage my guardian future…
A House for a Mouse by Lisette Starr
Children’s eBooks, 4.7 stars, 274 reviews
“A House for a Mouse” is a bright, fun way for younger children to learn about friendship, kindness and generosity. When a young boy hears a noise under his bed, he fears there may be a monster about to appear. But it isn’t a monster, it is a little mouse looking for somewhere warm and dry to spend the night.
The Great Witches Baking Show by Nancy Warren
Mystery, 4.6 stars, 226 reviews
Poppy Wilkinson is thrilled to be chosen as a contestant on The Great British Baking Contest. As an American with English roots, winning the crown as Britain’s Best Baker would open doors she’s dreamed of. In more ways than one. Appearing on the reality show is her chance to get into Broomewode Hall and uncover the secrets of her past. But strange things are happening on the show’s set: accusations of sabotage, a black cat that shadows Poppy, suspiciously unsociable residents at Broomewode Hall—and the judges can be real witches…
Dead On Time by WL Knightly
Mystery, 4.3 stars, 167 reviews
Professor Whit Filmore thought he’d left his life as a detective behind to focus on teaching, but after a personal realization changed his life, he discovered his heightened senses help him pick up on clues that others can’t. Together with his assistant Anna, an empath who is barely scratching the surface of her own talents, Whit travels to Aldridge, a small town in Texas, at the request of an old acquaintance in the FBI. Two girls have gone missing from opposite sides of town, and no one is cooperating. With so many obstacles, can Whit use his keen senses to find the girls in time?
The Unforgiven by Michael Anderle
Fantasy, 4.4 stars, 133 reviews
A lone DeathEater has forsaken his clan. Leaving behind his previous life, Skharr starts building a future next to a dangerous forest in an unknown land. He tells himself it is better than taking gold for questionable reasons. A lone old man travelling with a donkey offers him a choice: Continue this farm life, or trade him Skharr’s just finished home and tilled land for a map. A map that Skharr can use to live large for years… If he survives…
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