Today’s EOTD include Two of D. D. Scott’s Fave Reads and Authors: Jeff Lee’s The Ladies Temperance Club’s Farewell Tour and Stephen Parrish’s The Tavernier Stones

Wavin’ atchya, RG2E-Land Ereading Peeps!!!

Welcome to The RG2E or Welcome Back!!!

We’ve got another round of EOTD (Ebooks of The Day), and we’re sooo excited to share ’em with y’all!

Today’s EOTD include two of my personal fave reads and authors!!!

And remember, each day, here at The RG2E, we giveaway up to 50 Ebook Gift Copies of our EOTD!

Here’s how you win:

  1. Make sure you’ve signed-up for The RG2E via Email (you’ll find the sign-up box at the top of the right sidebar on our Home Page)…you only have to do this once.
  2. Each day then, simply leave a comment in our Comments Section as to which Ebook you’d like and for which Ereader.

That’s it!  That’s all you gotta do to be eligible to win each and every day here at The RG2E!

Be sure to also Facebook Like and Follow us on Twitter too…that way you’ll be the first to know what we’re givin’ away and when.

Also, you’ve got till March 1st to continue entering to win a Kindle Fire…our first RG2E Ereader Giveaway!  Here’s how you enter:

http://bit.ly/xeNvzz

Okay then…let’s take a look at today’s EOTD, which feature Ebooks in the following genres/sub-genres:

Women’s Fiction (Humorous)

Historical Fiction (Adventure and Intrigue)

Let’s dive right into today’s EOTD…

Women’s Fiction (Humorous):

Author: Jeff Lee

On Amazon

Price: $2.99

Word Count: 242 pages

Vonda Mae Ables could never hurt a soul. Now she’s on the lam in a huge RV, with her best friends, gallons of Chardonnay and a stiff in the freezer.

Vonda has suffered her alcoholic boyfriend’s abuse for twenty years. But when she finally stands up for herself, she overdoes it and crushes his skull with a football trophy. Rather than turn herself in, she enlists her friends to help ditch the body. They stash the boyfriend in the freezer of his humongous RV and take off for Arizona, planning a quiet desert burial. Unfortunately, the plan goes more sideways with every mile. Vonda finally finds a likely place to plant the dead SOB, but now he’s frozen solid and stuck in the freezer.

Exhausted from their day of digging and unsuccessfully trying to extricate him, the women stop at a local cafe. While they’re drinking dinner, a gang of Harley-riding repo guys makes off with the RV and a Good Samaritan reports the theft. When the police arrive to investigate Vonda panics, knowing if the cops recover the RV and discover what’s in the freezer, she might have to turn that old trophy on herself.

Imagine THELMA AND LOUISE meets Lucy & Ethel — It’s about good friends, good wine, manslaughter and the lengths we’ll go for those we care about.

Historical Fiction (Adventure and Intrigue):

Author: Stephen Parrish

On Amazon

Price: $2.99

Word Count: 370 pages

When the body of seventeenth-century mapmaker Johannes Cellarius floats to the surface of a bog in northern Germany with a 57-carat ruby clutched in his fist, the grisly discovery ignites a deadly twenty-first-century international treasure hunt to unearth the fabled Tavernier stones.  The hoard reputedly contains some of the world’s most notorious missing jewels, including the 280-carat Great Mogul diamond and the 242-carat Great Table diamond.

Scrupulously honest Amish-born cartographer John Graf teams up with outlaw prospector and gemologist David Freeman in a ferocious race to find the treasure and break a secret code that will unravel the centuries-old Tavernier stones mystery. But other fortune hunters, opportunists and criminals alike, are in hot pursuit of the mismatched partners–and they’ll stop at nothing to possess the legendary jewels.

“Relentlessly fascinating, Stephen Parrish’s Tavernier Stones is reminiscent of Dan Brown’s Lost Symbol . . . It’s one hell of a good time.”–Mark Terry, author of The Fallen

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***Note: Later each day – around noon or so – you can also go to the pages on The RG2E site for each of your fave genres and find even more terrific scoop on each of today’s EOTD as well as great info about their authors too!!! These pages also include all the previous EOTD too…so you’ll never miss out on any of our EOTD!

***Note: All prices listed are as each Ebook was priced at the time its EOTD Post was created.

Okay, Y’All, that should give ya some superfab Ereading for the day!!!

See you tomorrow for more Ebooks to fill your Ereaders!!!

The Best of The RG2E Ereading Wishes — D. D. Scott, RG2E Founder

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14 thoughts on “Today’s EOTD include Two of D. D. Scott’s Fave Reads and Authors: Jeff Lee’s The Ladies Temperance Club’s Farewell Tour and Stephen Parrish’s The Tavernier Stones

  1. Hi there,
    Jeff Lee’s The Ladies Temperance Club’s Farewell sounds like a riot!
    May I request that for Kindle please.
    Thank you so much for your kindness.

    • And a riot it is indeed, Barbara! One of my all-time fave reads and authors too!

      You’re gonna luuuvvv it!!!

      Happy Ereading!!!

      It’s a thrill to treat y’all to these A-mazing reads!!!

  2. Count me as a someone who loves a good dose of humor in my reading. I’d like to see Jeff Lee’s The Ladies Temperance Club’s Farewell Tour find a home in my Kindle Fire. I hope I’m a winner today. The book sounds like a laugh riot.

    Thank you.

    • It’s a total laugh riot and then some, Dean!

      And yep, this book will have a new home on your Kindle Fire!!!

      I’ll send it shortly!!!

      Happy Ereading!!!

  3. I’m in the mood for adventure and intrigue! The Tavernier Stones sounds like the one for me and my Kindle! Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy!

  4. Both of these sound interesting, but I would like to read The Ladies Temperance Club’s Farewell Tour by Jeff Lee for Amazon Kindle.

    Thank you.

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