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10 Kindle Unlimited Books to Read in 2019

Celebrate the new year with new books! If you're looking for exciting reads to add to your 2019 reading list, you've come to the right place. This week we’ve rounded up an amazing list of Kindle Unlimited Books to help you start your year off on the right foot.

Delicious Torment (A Miranda's Rights Mystery Book 2) by Linsey Lanier

Mystery

A bizarre accident at a steeplechase. A drug-taking heiress lies dead in the hay. And secrets are everywhere. But it’s not an accident. Can PI trainee Miranda Steele find the killer before he strikes again? Or will her sexy boss stop her? You'll love this twisty mystery, because it will keep you guessing.

Exhume (Dr. Schwartzman Book 1) by Danielle Girard

Thriller

Dr. Annabelle Schwartzman has finally found a place to belong. As the medical examiner for the San Francisco Police Department, working alongside homicide detective Hal Harris, she uncovers the tales the dead can’t tell about their final moments. It is a job that gives her purpose—and a safe haven from her former life at the hands of an abusive husband. Although it’s been seven years since she escaped that ordeal, she still checks over her shoulder to make sure no one is behind her. Schwartzman’s latest case is deeply troubling: the victim bears an eerie resemblance to herself.

LOCK by Debra Anastasia

Romantic Suspense

met her among the chaos of a gang fight - one that I inadvertently started. Ember. Beautiful, feisty, and passionate. And the sister of Mercy, an infamous assassin. We fell for each other, hard. Until forces outside of our control intervened. Now, she's a prisoner, doing everything she can to keep her family safe. And I'm her guard, doing everything I can to set her free. I'd take a bullet for her. Hell, I'd take a few. In this dark, twisted world, we only have each other. But I have to wonder, is that enough?

Come Again by Jiffy Kate

Steamy Contemporary Romance

Come Again is part of our French Quarter Collection that takes place in and around the French Quarter of New Orleans. It's a stand-alone novel that focuses on a man named Shaw O'Sullivan who owns a bar, Come Again. The heroine is Avery Cole, a twenty-three-year-old from Oklahoma who's running from a bad relationship. When she walks into Shaw's bar asking for a job, she manages to awaken something that's been dormant for years.

Mountain Bear's Baby (Silvertip Shifters) by J.K. Harper

Paranormal Romance

Rough, gruff grizzly bear shifter Shane Walker left behind his fighting past for a fresh start in life. But when Jessie McMillan, the passionate three-night stand he also left behind, unexpectedly shows up just in time for Christmas with a baby boy that's his son, can he rein in his wild bear to make it a holiday worth remembering?

Just After Midnight by Catherine Ryan Hyde

Womens Fiction

No longer tolerating her husband’s borderline abuse, Faith escapes to her parents’ California beach house to plan her next move. She never dreamed her new chapter would involve befriending Sarah, a fourteen-year-old on the run from her father and reeling from her mother’s sudden and suspicious death.

Elvish (Elvish Book 1) by S.G. Prince

Fantasy / Paranormal

When Venick is caught wandering the elflands, he knows the penalty is death. Desperate, he lies about his identity in hopes the elves will spare his life. Ellina doesn't trust the human, and not merely because he speaks the language of men. Men lie. In elvish, however, lying is impossible. In a moment of intuition, Ellina decides to give Venick a chance: learn elvish, reveal his truths, and she will set him free. That is not, of course, what happens.

Time is Relative for A Knight of Time by Brett Matthew Williams

Science Fiction

The origin story of the mythological figure 'Father Time' unfolds in the first installment of the Time is Relative series. Rolland Wright goes on the adventure of a lifetime as he and the Knights of Time, a group with various supernatural abilities, travel to 19th century Florida to face off against Andrew Jackson in the First Seminole War.

Born Survivors: Three Young Mothers and Their Extraordinary Story of Courage, Defiance, and Hope by Wendy Holden

General Non-Fiction

The Nazis murdered their husbands but concentration camp prisoners Priska, Rachel, and Anka would not let evil take their unborn children too—a remarkable true story that will appeal to readers of The Lost and The Nazi Officer’s Wife, Born Survivors celebrates three mothers who defied death to give their children life.

All the Little Lights by Jamie McGuire

Young Adult

The first time Elliott Youngblood spots Catherine Calhoun, he’s just a boy with a camera, and he’s never seen a sadder and more beautiful sight. Both Elliott and Catherine feel like outcasts, yet they find an easy friendship with each other. But when Catherine needs him most, Elliott is forced to leave town. Elliott finally returns, but he and Catherine are now different people. He’s a star high school athlete, and she spends all her free time working at her mother’s mysterious bed-and-breakfast. Catherine hasn’t forgiven Elliott for abandoning her, but he’s determined to win back her friendship…and her heart.