Today’s Kindle Daily Deal — Thursday, August 30, – Save 77% on Margaret Leroy’s WW II Love Story The Soldier’s Wife ; Kindle Daily Kids Deal — Save 67% on Laura Whitcomb’s Ghostly Love Story for Grades 9 and Up A Certain Slant of Light; plus …James W. Lewis’ Premature Eradication (Today’s Sponsor)
But first, a word from … Today’s Sponsor
Here’s the set-up:
Way too often, the fire flickers out in a relationship. Many men become lazy, striving to get quick-draw, “drive-by” satisfaction from their partners. That leaves wives and girlfriends frustrated and wide awake, while their male companions lay satisfied and meeting the Sandman within minutes. Just another uneventful night of “dip, dive, and doze” that has become the routine.
Robert Johnson is no different with Tosha, his wife of five years. The marathons of the past have long become 50-yard sprints. When introduced to a new pill called Erectz, the mindless humping doesn’t improve; they just become more frequent. Fed up with the “male species,” Tosha bands together with other like-minded women to expose men for what they really are—vile, selfish, lazy, and completely unnecessary. But they are good for one thing.
Premature Eradication is a two-part suspense series that has a unique spin on the age-old tale of a woman scorned, and a man unknowingly chosen to endure the greatest of all nightmares. As the saying goes, “when a woman’s fed up, there ain’t nothin’ you can do about it” … except run.
From the reviewers:
Intriguing and a good read. I really loved the story, the plot twists had me on the edge of my seat. All I kept thinking is, this should be a movie. I can’t wait for part 2, I recommend this story to my friends. The author made the story flow into a chilling and sci-fi story with the reader feeling for both of the main characters. – Queen77
Although a short story, James W. Lewis manages to pack a quick and unsuspecting punch. The short story begins a little more graphic than I would have liked; however, it eventually plays into the rest of the storyline. There’s sex, suspense and a little sci-fi action all thrown into thirty-two pages. – “cam21″
Although I write romance, I love to read sci-fi. Lewis’ story was excellent. Very strong writing. Lots of action that was easily visualized. I finished the story in one sitting, partly because it was short, and partly because I was so intrigued by the premise. Lewis calls it a ‘prequel.’ I don’t know what that means exactly, but if the story will become a novel, I’ll be one of the first to purchase. – Evelyn Palfrey
and now … Today’s Kindle Daily Deal!
For the first time in 130 years Helen feels someone’s eyes looking at her, and it’s a boy sitting in the high school classroom she haunts. The unlikely lovers learn how to be together, discovering the secrets of their former lives and the lives of the young people they possess.