Awesome Kindle Unlimited Books – January 2017

As some of you know, I signed up for Kindle Unlimited in October of last year. At first I wasn’t sure if it would make any sense for me. I usually get 75% of my ebooks from libraries using the Overdrive app. And the rest I buy from Amazon or get as ARC’s.

I wasn’t even sure if the the books offered through KU would be of interest to me. So I made myself a list on Amazon and added all the books that I wanted to read AND were available on KU.

Surprisingly there quite a few books. And also many of my favorite authors had some of their books available on KU.


Yesterday I saw on IG that one of my favorite authors R. K. Lilley wrote a novella under a new pen name. AND the book was available on KU. I couldn’t believe my luck.

Mr. Bossy by Danika Dare was the most wonderful smut!! One hour of awesomeness. It left me hot and bothered – good thing I read it before going to bed. Whew.

No way could I have been caught reading this in public, it had me squirming in my seat. And I had the most delicious dreams.:D

Anybody with a KU subscription – PICK IT UP!! A bit smut doesn’t hurt.;-)

All of her other books are great but her trilogies are some of the best she ever wrote.


The second book I got this month that made KU sooooo worth it – was Road to Nowhere (Road to Nowhere #1) by M. Robinson.

I read all of her ‘The Good Ol’ Boys’ series last year, and already heard so much good about Road to Nowhere. I was very happy seeing this book on KU.

Book 2 is coming out April 4th.

Her books are wonderful and most of them, maybe even all are available on Kindle Unlimited. Snap them up.:D

 

3 thoughts on “Awesome Kindle Unlimited Books – January 2017

  1. I’m an amazon prime member, and there’s the amazon prime library, but I never use it. I think about Kindle unlimited, but then I’m not sure if I’d use it either. Making a list is a good idea.

    1. I heard about the books that are availble for Amazon Prime Members. But I imagine just with KU, not all books are available, so it’s more like a patch work system, many systems cover different books. It’s getting quite complicated.:D So far I’m not complaining about my monthly fee to cover KU. I’ve gotten many books that I wanted to read but would NOT have bought otherwise. But as soon as I get to the point that there are no more books on my list anymore, I might put it on hold for a while, until I build my list again.:D

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