Saturday, 28 January 2012

Twisted Velvet Chains: Kindle edition FREE. Today only!

Finally sorted out the issue with Amazon. If you'd like to download Twisted Velvet Chains for free today, be my guest!


Please share! :o) And have a great weekend!


  1. Fabulous for all Kindle owners out there!! I personally will have to wait to order the paperback edition. hehe

  2. No e-reader yet, arrrgghh...but soon...and yours will be the first I download. It'm still reading String Bridge (it's in Mexico now). Can't wait to get back there and finish. I love the story. You're a great writer.

  3. A lovely offer Jessica, but alas I have no Kindle.

    Have a great week-end.

  4. I'm looking forward to reading Twisted Velvet Chains. The Editorial Reviews sound amazing!Moneys been squeaky tight lately, but String Bridge is top of my list. It sounds so good! I'm in the editing stage on my novel, Club Justice, and hope to get it up soon. If nothing else it should at least get me some Amazon money! LOL

    Thanks for this free offer and I wish you the best of luck! <3

  5. Aww and then I saw the post for Donna's Dream House. I can't resist trying to help there. Bills will just have to be juggled if I win!

  6. I don't have a Kindle, but I have a Kindle for Mac so I can download all these great new books!! Thanks for sharing, Jessica - checking it out now.

  7. Darn - missed it! That'll teach me to go away for the weekend ;-)

  8. Hi Jessica,
    I'm a new follower of yours and hope I could add you in my blog. Through a friend of mine, I heard that you write women's fiction. I write them as well and it would be great to learn from you.

    Congratulations on your books: Twisted Velvet Chains and String Bridge.



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