Ice Diaries by Lexi Revellian
Tori is managing. London is under twenty metres of snow, almost everybody has died or been airlifted south, and the only animals around are rats. But she's doing fine. Really.
Her apartment is luxurious, if short on amenities. Fellow survivors are her friends. But with no long-term future, Tori dreams of finding a way to make the two-thousand-mile journey south to a warm climate.
Enter Morgan, a disturbingly hot cage fighter from a tougher, meaner world where it's a mistake to trust people. He's on the run from the gang he used to work with. And he has a snowmobile.
The White Hawk, Book One: Revenge by David Pilling
This is a series set during The Wars of the Roses period. With its murderous dynastic feuding between the rival Houses of York and Lancaster, it is perhaps the most fascinating of the entire medieval period in England. Having lost the Hundred Years War, the English nobility turned on each other in a bitter struggle for the crown, resulting in a spate of beheadings, battles, murders and gangland-style politics that lasted some thirty years until the final triumph of the Tudor dynasty.
In light of the tragedy in Connecticut, I'm offering free ebook copies of We the Enemy. The reason? It is a thought tool for addressing the need for action to do something about gun violence. Yes, it is an "issues" novel. And people who read it think differently about the issues it addresses.
I know it's hopeless, but I--we--have to try. All I ask is that you pass it on.