July book recommendations.

I’ve decided I’m going to start something new. I own a Kindle Fire and am an avid reader. I download a lot of free books from the Amazon Marketplace and read at least 3 books per month. Each month (if I can remember) I’m going to start posting my favorite books from that month — and since we’re nearing the end of July, I thought I’d start with my July book recommendations!

1. Reunion (A Supernatural Thriller) by Jeff Bennington // If you like a little bit of a mystery and are a fan of the supernatural, you’ll really enjoy this book! In short, a student goes on a shooting spree at his high school, killing and injury students (he also kills himself). Twenty years later, some of the students that were involved in the incident, come together for their 20-year reunion… but, can they survive the reunion?

I’d rate this book 4/5 stars.
While the book is no longer free, you can purchase it on Amazon for $2.99.

2. The Grave Artist by Paula Lynn Johnson // Here is another novel with a paranormal twist. Clare is a 16-year-old girl, dealing with the constant grief from her father’s abandonment. Clare falls into her pool and injures her head while throwing a party. Now, she can’t stop drawing “Sammies.” Follow Clare as she unravels the great mystery of her Sammies, while also solving the mystery of a few local murders from the past.

I’d rate this book 4/5 stars.
This book is a YA read, but I swear, it’s worth it! Like the first book, this e-book is no longer free, but you can purchase it for $2.99 on Amazon.

3. Love is a Wounded Soldier by Blaine Reimer // I was very lucky to find this book when it was offered for free. It is now listed at its full price of $6.99, but this book is 100% worth it! This is the best book I’ve read in a long time. It honestly took me a bit to really get into the book, but once I did, I was hooked. This is one of those books that you just can’t put down.

Re-live the tragic, yet wonderful life of Robert Mattox. Robert’s father is a raging alcoholic who inflicts abuse upon Robert and his mother. Robert’s mother suddenly dies while his father is out drunk, leaving Robert to burying is mother, quite literally. Robert falls in-love with and marries his first love, Ellen, at a young age. Soon, Robert is whisked off to war. He survives and returns with PTSD and a huge, unwanted surprise. Robert’s life is soon in a downward spiral, but someone unexpected is there to pick him up and put the puzzle pieces of his life back together. This story is beautiful. By the end, I was in tears.

I’d rate this book 5/5 stars, easily! This book is wonderful!

The prices listed above are for the Kindle e-book prices. Paperback and hardcover are different.

Also — I was not paid to read or review this books. I discovered them on my own and read them because they appealed to me.

// Karissa <3

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