I’ve had an ereader for years and was talked into getting an Amazon kindle. (We won’t mention that I was the one who did the talking.)
Anyway, I get emails every day advertising free books. I download the ones that catch my attention. Now, I have way more books on my Kindle than I’ll ever be able to read. Out of nearly a thousand books on my kindle, I’ve purchased only around ten. It’s sad.
So, I’ve decided to read from my kindle this week. There are so many good books waiting for me, it was hard to find only two. I selected the two below as they fit my mood. (And I wanted to read them for a while. Hehehe)
Here are the blurbs for this week:
Break Out (Blood Hunter)~
The year is 3048, Earth is no longer habitable, and man has fled to the stars where they’ve discovered the secret of immortality—Meridian. Unfortunately, the radioactive mineral is exorbitantly expensive and only available to a select few. A new class comprised of the super rich and immortal soon evolves. The Collective, as they’re called, rule the universe.
Two-thousand-year-old Ricardo Sanchez, vampire and rogue pilot of the space cruiser, El Cazador, can’t resist two things: gorgeous women and impossible jobs. When beautiful Skylar Rossaria approaches him to break a prisoner out of the Collective’s maximum security prison on Trakis One, Rico jumps at the chance. Being hunted by the Collective has never been so dangerous–or so fun!
Saari Mitchell sees a psychologist in order to understand why-500 years later-she’s still dreaming of her dead lover. Her shrink isn’t helping, the nightmares come every time she closes her eyes, and the lack of sleep is interfering with her job at Sacred Heart Hospital. With her psychic ability to heal the human spirit on the fritz, her auric radar becomes as reliable as her spotty cell phone service.
By day, Dhelis Guidry works as a detective for the new Angeles Police Department investigating the missing or murdered women in the Full-Moon Killer case. In his spare time he hunts rogue vampires as a Tueri executioner.
Brogan Vincent is a Tueri healer. Though he could offer his miraculous talents to the rich and powerful, he has chosen anonymity and peace by only using his psychic abilities among the Tueri.
One look into Saari’s tri-colored eyes and both men realize she is Tueri. One touch tells them each she’s their soul mate. But can either of them protect her from the Full-Moon Killer?
Will I buy more ebooks? Yes, if the book catches my attention. But if a print version is available for a buck or two more, I’ll purchase the paperback. I’m an old dog. It takes a while to teach me new tricks. Do book formats matter to you?