Ranger Wyatt Sheridan is called in when a teenage girl at the Beacon of Hope school, which was founded to help former teen prostitutes find a way off the streets, is found dead. He and the school’s director Kate Winslow team up to find out who might be trying to disrupt the school’s worthy mission.

 

Sheridan has a teenage daughter of his own, so he’s extra-determined to bring justice to the human traffickers who are preying on young girls. And when Kate is kidnapped, and Sheridan’s daughter is terrorized, nothing will stop the tenacious Ranger from putting an end to the evil.

 

Explore more Texas Rangers series adventures in this continuing series here

 


 


 

 

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Free Fridays Recommends

 

Each week, we ask our featured author to recommend a book or author that you may want to check out. Since authors are such passionate readers themselves, we thought you might like to find out what they love to read, too! Here’s what Margaret recommends:

 

Comments
by celandinehobbit on ‎05-03-2013 08:31 AM

Great list of freebies this week! Grabbed a few and am intrigued by the BOGO weekend deal. My closest store is a mere 1/2 hour away so it'll be something else to look forward to. Thanks to everyone who took the time to search out some great reads and thanks to BN their offerings as well. 

 

It'll be a cool spring weekend here, alas, but perfect reading weather. Have a great weekend everyone!

by Carlissa on ‎05-03-2013 08:51 AM

I love Free Friday! Thanks for the great selection of free ebooks! Here's a few freebies that I have found:

Widow of Gettysburg by Jocelyn Green
Lunara: Seth and Chloe by Wyatt Davenport
Ring of Destiny (a Reynald Tale #1) by Eric Quinn Knowles
Secrets: The Hero Chronicles (Volume 1) by Tim Metty
The Golden Queen by David Farland
Sins of the Father by LS Sygnet
Sins of the Father by David Howells (short story)
One Tiny Miracle by Carol Marinelli
Candle in the Darkness (Refiner's Fire Series #1) by Lynn Austin
All The Blue-Eyed Angels, Book 1 of the Erin Solomon Mysteries by Jen Blood
by Prydwen805 on ‎05-03-2013 08:59 AM

Just to clarify-- are the "qualified" books for purchase the same as the "select" books that are free with the purchase?  In other words, are we getting a bogo on the same set of books?  I'm asking because I already have all but one of the books I want on the list, so it's not gonna work for me this week.  Waah.

by MaineKoshka on ‎05-03-2013 09:12 AM

More enticing reading from FF.  Thanks to all who post suggestions.

by michealep91 on ‎05-03-2013 09:54 AM

my birthday, free friday and at least 12 new free books!!!  A good birthday indeed and a rainy weekend to read!!!  Happy Friday all! And thanks for your work in finding our free books!!

 

by 1LadyVi on ‎05-03-2013 10:02 AM

Thank you for the  wonderful reading opportunities. 

by Fallen_Valkyrja on ‎05-03-2013 10:07 AM

The BOGO deal seems interesting. However, I am constantly on the go and rarely have time to stop and buy books at a store. That is why I own a Nook.

by Baste on ‎05-03-2013 10:15 AM

Happy FF all, and as always a big thank you to Jeremy, Spec, eReaderPerks, Butterflly13, & Carlissa. All of you have contributed at least a few books to my nook this week & that just makes my weekend all the more enjoyable. This whole bogo thing sounds interesting, with a little more info I just my have to head over to the b&n store. Have a great weekend all.

by Moderator dhaupt on ‎05-03-2013 10:20 AM

Thank you Jeremy and Nook for this great choice for this soggy Friday. I just looked at the calendar it is May hmmm, Mother Nature's just letting us know who's in charge

Have a great weekend everyone!!!

by tenthredemption on ‎05-03-2013 10:20 AM

Re: 2-for-1 deal at: http://img1.imagesbn.com/pimages/nookbooks/pdf/20130504-20130505-Buy-One-NOOK-Book-Gift-One-Free.pdf

 

Wait...so I have to go to the store itself...select which books I want and then redeem some code online? Why can't I just do it all online? What's the point? Can't I just purchase through my NOOK directly and get the other one free? Sorry...but I haven't visited a physical B&N store in ages thanks to the convenience of being able to purchase through my NOOK.

by WindBourn ‎05-03-2013 10:23 AM - edited ‎05-03-2013 10:24 AM

 

 

I'm grateful to all of you for sharing free finds ~found a few!!! Happy Reading, every one!  :smileyhappy:

by javabird on ‎05-03-2013 11:00 AM

Is there a link to the BOGO offer page from somewhere on the BN front page so I can come back and find it again next week? i"ve searched around but it doesn't seem easily findable/

by LeontineDC on ‎05-03-2013 11:00 AM

Thanks to everyone who shares their freebies and reading suggestions!

 Re: The BOGO deal.  While I like my local B&N, I no longer go for a Nook experience. (I used to take an advantage of reading for an hour in the store to see if I liked the book before buying it.) 1) Most of the time, the WiFi was either weak or not working.  2) I couldn't buy something in the cafe' and sit because the cafe was usually full. It attracts lots of study groups and students. To be honest, I'm relying more on bn.com for physical books now.  While I'd be the first to wail and moan if the store would close, I can't find many reasons to go in anymore.

 

by kamas716 on ‎05-03-2013 11:02 AM

It seems the idea of the BOGO deal is to increase traffic in the stores.  Do you people do this much b*tchin' about door busters on Black Friday, too?  First World problems abound.

by vachona on ‎05-03-2013 11:30 AM

I saw most (if not all) of these BOGO books on the 50% off deal they had a few weeks back.

 

I do agree with the folks who think this is just one way to increase foot traffic in the stores.  We can't let our bookstores die!!!

 

Of course, there's way more to a B&N store than just books -- think of all the nice gift items!  I used to go to my local store 1-2 times per month for small group get-togethers, and usually everyone would come back to the table with a stack full o' books to look over (and invariably buy).  You just don't have that luxury with the Nook.

 

Personally, there are some book series that I prefer to buy in book format, though I wouldn't mind seeing some kind of combo deal -- i.e., pre-order the hardcover, and get a free read of the ebook on the release date (while you wait for your physical copy to be delivered).