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May Promos for 2022 – Free Books and KU Reads

Another month and another set of giveaways and KU reads! Check out the promotions below, running all through May, including some spotlight books!

Free eBooks

Borrowed Luck
by: A E McKenna

Penny Avalon’s daughter is curse-born. If something isn’t done soon, the fae will take her for their malevolent schemes. When a sketchy djinni offers a cure in exchange for a treacherous heist, Penny leaps at the chance. Yet when she recovers the charm, the price to turn it over may be too high to pay. What’s worth more: a cure for her daughter, or the freedom of enslaved djinnis? Will this desperate mother betray her own kind to save her daughter, or will she lose a chance for a cure forever?


Kindle Unlimited Reads

Sabrina and the Lady
by: Sonya Lawson

A tyrant occupies the Fae Palace and the only woman who could stop him is hiding in Kentucky, drinking wine with a Milton scholar.

But that might be a good thing.

Sabrina, a small-town academic, spends her days teaching and hanging out with the kind but somewhat mysterious best friend she met a few years ago. Her life is steady, maybe even a little dull. Until her friend’s family arrives.

Betrayal’s Price
by: Lisa Blackwood

Enemies by nature. Companions by choice.

Warrior-Scout Ashayna Stonemantle has no awareness of her fate until her sentient magic manipulates her into seeking out one of the enemy—Sorntar, Crown Prince of the Phoenix. If she dare trust the word of an enemy prince who is also an avian shape-shifting mage, their souls and futures are eternally linked.

Wicked Wishes: A Fiction-Atlas Press Anthology
Various Authors

Be careful what you wish for…it just might come true…

Join the authors of Wicked Wishes as they explore all the ways a simple wish can go horribly wrong! Will these characters be able to set things right again? Or is that just wishful thinking?

100% of proceeds from his anthology will benefit The World Literacy Foundation, a global not-for-profit that works to lift young people out of poverty through literacy. Founded in Melbourne, Australia in 2003, the World Literacy Foundation operates on the principle that education is a basic human right.

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