This week's kindle freebie is the ever romantic, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
Allison enters her junior year of college still struggling to connect with others. Her time in foster care has seriously affected her ability to trust people, even though she was adopted at 16. After accidentally entering a social experiment, she meets and surprisingly connects with the internet famous Esben. It only takes 180 seconds for the internet to see they have something special, but it might take Allison a bit longer. 2/5 stars
Camy is a high schooler who's satisfied with her life as an outsider. She has a best friend who's as geeky as her, and even though she's secretly crushing on football player, Gavin, it doesn't matter anyway because she has no chance with him. However, when she discovers a despicable website about the girls of her high school, she decides to do something about it. And then her world is turned upside, and surprisingly so are everybody else's. 3/5 stars
Jessica is a total badass FBI agent who's impressing everyone at her undercover position in LA. However, after breaking up with her husband, she decides a change is in order, and so back to her hometown of Chicago she goes. And of all the luck, her partner in her first investigation in Chicago turns out to be John, her nemesis from Quantico. They'd have to go a long way if they're to have any semblance of peace and work together. 5/5 stars
Helen has had a crush on Mr. Preston for some time now, but she knows there is no hope for her when not only is he still in love with his late wife, but developing strong feelings for her older sister, Grace. However, with Grace engaged to another man, and as Helen spends more and more time with Mr. Preston, perhaps her love story is not as doomed as she once thought. 4/5 stars
Emiline is dealing with life just fine as a writing professor and hopefully a full-fledged writer soon. She's got a best friend for a roommate and a boyfriend, who albeit won't fully commit, but is very sweet nonetheless. When her best friend suggests she read the new best-seller, it only takes her a sentence to reach the devastating conclusion that it's about her own life with childhood love, Jase. But it'll take her the whole book to realize it'll change the rest of her life. 4/5 stars