Five Free YA Kindle Books by Tara Brown
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This is the satirically funny YA romance of the year.
It will have you laughing, relating, and desperately wishing you had a friend like Fin!
When a severely drunk, and slightly drugged, Finley Roze finds herself in a hospital bed, she never imagined it would start her on a path to meeting the man of her dreams.
Mostly because she didn’t believe in the man of her dreams.
What seventeen year old even thinks of that?
But when Aiden Sorenson turns out to be Mr. Right, everything else ends up being wrong, including Finley’s family history.
Finley is exactly what she appears to be, callous, selfish, shallow, and completely friggen unlucky.
But everything changes when she meets him because Aiden isn’t what he seems to be at all.
And when Finley discovers just WHAT he is, she is not as impressed as she should be.
Sometimes the problem with meeting Prince Charming is letting yourself be open to the possibility of True Love
Don’t miss this True Love Story. (AKA a fairytale romance)
Just don’t tell Finley.
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Every town has its secrets. Secrets that hold it, and the people who live there, together.
When Liv Daniels moves to Wolfville, Maine with her father, she discovers the small town has more than its fair share.
But the quaint, coastal townsfolk aren’t the only ones with secrets.
Liv has one too.
Hers is buried deep inside of her, where even she doesn’t know it exists.
But someone does, and he’s not going to give up until he breaks it free from her.
But how do you free someone from a secret they don’t know they have?
What do you do when the person you’re supposed to destroy becomes the one thing you can’t live without?
Don’t miss this suspenseful new YA romance!
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James Holland has all the basics covered and his life, as usual, is on track.
That is until he meets her—Lana Webber.
Then everything falls apart, as he falls for her.
Along the way to losing his heart for the first time, he manages to fulfill a bargain he made a long time ago in a bar in Nashville where he left a dream.
But she has skills at ruining lives, she’s mastered them destroying her own, and she’s the last thing he needs in his life.
Try telling that to his heart as he finds himself more and more drawn to the girl deemed by all as unlovable.
And as hard as he tries not to be interested, the closer he gets to her the worse it is.
She is nothing like what she is portrayed in the public eye.
Lana Webber is the girl every guy claims to have had.
But she doesn’t care what people say about her.
She has fun.
At least she did until everyone started saying she had it coming.
But this time—she didn’t.
For the first time ever, Lana is innocent but her past has her guilty before anyone even hears her side.
Betrayed, ditched, and humiliated—Lana discovers the road to redemption lies in a dirty secret.
THE James Holland, soccer star and smug womanizer, isn’t quite what he’s portrayed to be.
When she blackmails him into seeing things her way she gets more than she bargained for.
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In the Club of the Unknown, where the music blares and the faces are hidden behind masks, Gwyn meets a boy. Not just any boy, but one she is certain she has met before.
Only that’s not possible.
Gwyn lives in the last city of men, where memories are made through repetition and yesterday is forgotten with the reset.
The world has peace, what’s left of it anyway. Peace that has been gained through sacrifice.
But as behavioural school ends and Gwyn is sent out into the work force, she discovers that not everyone resets. Not everything is as it seems. The peace they live in is as fake as the masks they wear in the clubs. She starts to see that the walls surrounding the city, to keep the monsters out, might actually be keeping them in.
And maybe the boy she thought she knew, isn’t what he appeared to be at all.
Don’t miss this exciting new Post-Apocalyptic Romance from the author of the bestselling series The Born Trilogy!
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How lucky can one girl get?
Just ask Jacqueline Croix.
She has it all. The right fiancé, money, looks, and connections.
But everything comes at a cost.
Sometimes that cost is looking the other way when the imperfections of your world start to show themselves.
When something happens that she just can’t look away from, she ends up drunk in a Chanel dress at a pity party on the beach in SC. There on the beach, she finally sees the cost of having everything is too high.
Luckily, Jacqueline has one thing most girls like her do not, somewhere to run when she leaves it all behind.
That somewhere happens to be to the open arms of the New York Rangers’ right wing, Mike France.
He has always been there through thick and thin, waiting for his chance to make her his.
But how do you go from being best friends to lovers, when you know all the dirty details?
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About the author
I am the mother of two beautiful girls who are growing up so fast, the wife of a cute guy in a uniform (my own personal hero), and a writer.
My family will tell you it doesn’t exactly fall into that order. Especially around dinner time when I “Cook” with a takeout menu and my face plastered to my computer.
I also have two cats who I adore more than I should, like more than people I know, and a dog. He is a beagle who is naughty but just so darned cute. He gives you that little beagle face and then steals your slice of pizza.
I have a busy mind and even busier fingers. I can write fast and keep track of a large cast, but I can’t remember why I’m at the grocery store. I try to write lists but they always end up being notes for books or indie bands. I LOVE INDIE MUSIC!
I talk to myself in the car and sing too loud for my skill level. The invention of Bluetooth has made talking in the car less awkward but if you hear me singing, run.
I love writing. I love my characters like they are my friends and I am telling their version of the truth.
My worst flaw is the horrid English accent which I read everything with. If I read aloud it comes too. I’m not English, so I can’t even do the accent which makes it awkward for anyone who is nearby.
My favourite authors are Robert Jordan and Jane Austen and Robert Mccammon and Jim Crace. I think Stephen King and Dean Koontz have the most unique imaginations. I have the hardest time not LOVING Catcher In The Rye by J.D. Salinger. I know all the serial killers have a copy but I adored that novel. It made me feel a thousand different things and one of them was more alive. (And not in the least bit serial killer-ish)
When I grow up I want to be James Patterson or Nora Roberts. I aspire to be like them, always trying to hone my skills and work harder.
My genres are all over the map. I have Paranormal Romance, Contemporary Romance, Science Fiction, Erotica (under Sophie Starr my porn name so my mom doesn’t know), Thrillers, and even some Romantic Comedies.
If you would like to reach me for whatever reason, please visit me at my facebook page – facebook.com/TaraBrownAuthor. You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for checking me out and I hope you got lost in something I wrote or it made you so HAPPY/SAD/BLISSFUL/TURNED ON/ANGRY/EXCITED/FRIGHTENED/HORRIFIED/MAD that you couldn’t believe it.
The list of what is coming out this year is not completed. I will keep my Facebook page as up to date as I can.
Have a great day and happy reading!