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Survival Stories Book Bundle

Survival Stories Book Bundle

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Do you love a good survival story?  Get 5 thrilling survival stories for 50% off with this great book bundle.

This great collection of survival stories by Kendall Talbot will have you turning the pages all night long. Includes award winning book - Lost in Kakadu and Best selling Waves of Fate series.

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Two complete strangers survive a plane crash.
But the wild jungle isn't their only danger. . . their hearts are also at risk.

I survived the plane crash with just one other survivor. A stranger. A much younger man.
We clashed right from the start.
Days turn into weeks. Weeks turn into months.
I expected to be rescued. I expected to die.
I didn’t expect to fall in love.
Then again. . . maybe being trapped with him in the jungle is messing with my mind.

Find out why this book won Romantic Book of the Year.

⭐ Enemies to lovers ⭐Stranded together ⭐Fish out of water ⭐Opposites attract ⭐Broken hero ⭐Older woman/Younger man⭐Survival Romance 

"One of the most riveting books I've read. I found myself sitting on the edge of my seat at some points, holding my breath in others. I laughed, I cried, and I deeply sighed."⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Janet Ross

“I am absolutely in love with the energy this amazing author puts into her work!" ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Stacey Thomas

Books Included in this bundle

  • LOST IN KAKADU: Two complete strangers are the only survivors of a small plane crash. They loathe each other on sight, but lost and alone, they learn that trusting each other is their only hope of survival. ROMANTIC BOOK OF THE YEAR WINNER
  • DEADLY TWIST: An ancient Mayan Temple. A dark family secret. A desperate fight for survival.  FINALIST: WILBUR SMITH - ADVENTURE WRITERS PRIZE.
  • FIRST FATE: When a pleasure cruise loses all power after an EMP strike, it becomes adrifting nightmare. Will ordinary people survive an extraordinary disaster? Or will they drown in darkness?
  • FERAL FATE: After surviving the EMP blast that crippled their cruise ship, a handful of exhausted passengers finally reach dry land. But the deserted island has a sinister history.
  • FINAL FATE: Adrift at sea for weeks, a rescue party finally offers safe haven to four survivors who escaped the island. But the civilized society they’ve always known as America has fallen… and a fractured, dangerous anarchy has taken its place.
  • Over 5000+ 5-star reviews on Amazon and Goodreads.



WINNER: Romantic Book of the Year.
Two complete strangers survive a plane crash. Now the real danger begins.

Socialite, Abigail Mulholland, has spent a lifetime surrounded in luxury… until her scenic flight plummets into the remote Australian wilderness. When rescue doesn’t come, she's thrust into a world of deadly snakes and primitive conditions in a landscape that is both brutal and beautiful. But trekking the wilds of Kakadu means fighting two wars—one against the elements, and the other against her attraction toward fellow survivor Mackenzie, a much younger man, and the type of man she would normally never be seen with.

Mackenzie Steel's much-anticipated joy flight turned into a nightmare. But years of pain and grief have left Mackenzie no stranger to a harsh life. As he battles his demons in the wild, he finds he has a new struggle on his hands: his growing feelings for Abigail, a woman who is as frustratingly naïve as she is funny.

Fate brought them together. Nature may tear them apart. But one thing is certain—love is as unpredictable as Kakadu, and survival is just the beginning…

Lost In Kakadu is a gripping action-adventure romance set deep in Australia’s rugged Kakadu National Park. 

This full-length, stand-alone, slow-burn romance features a broken woman who needs to find herself, and a heart-broken hero who steals her heart. This an extraordinary story of endurance, grief, survival and undying love.

Find out why Lost in Kakadu won Romantic Book of the Year.


“You still don’t get it, do you? We’re lost in the jungle.” He raised his voice. “We’ll have to eat all sorts of things to survive. And it won’t matter whether you like it, you’ll need to eat it just to stay alive.”

Not impressed with his tone, she glared up at him. “There’s no need to yell at me. I’m right here.”

“But you don’t understand.” He threw his hands out in frustration.

She unclenched her jaw. “I understand our situation fully. My husband is dead, I’m halfway through digging his grave and I haven’t showered, slept or eaten anything decent for days.” She put her hands on her hips. “And I still don’t like mushrooms.”

Mackenzie grumbled under his breath and stomped away. He pushed past a long thin branch, and it flicked back like a whip.

Abigail ducked away from the branch just in time. “Ha! You missed,” she yelled, smiling to herself.

Mackenzie’s angry pace ensured he progressed further and further into the dense bushes, but she was confident she could easily follow the path. She took her time, absorbing her surroundings. The only noise was Mackenzie’s grumbling.

The thick air was suffocating, making it difficult to breathe and sweat burned her eyes as it trickled off her forehead.

A large log lay across the path ahead, its rough bark a spectrum of light and dark green. Cringing, she dusted the log with her fingers, sat on a section clear of moss, and wiped sweat from her forehead.

As Abigail breathed in the warm air, her back tightened from the injuries she sustained in the plane crash.

She’d already suffered a lifetime of emotions since the crash four days ago and with the way things were going, it didn’t look like the agony was going to end any time soon.
“Four days!”
She peered through the dense canopy above in a half-hearted search for a rescue party.
Why hasn't anyone come looking for us?
Her mind drifted to her friends back home and how much gossip would be going on over her disappearance, but then she realised they weren’t even expecting her return for three more days and sighed.

Several birds skipped along branches high in the canopy, flashing red underwing as they flew amongst the trees. Their musical harmony reminded her of the piped music in the elevator at the Palazzo Versace Hotel; sweet and peaceful.
Closing her eyes, she imagined she was back home, surrounded by her friends. They’d all be completely engrossed in every intricate detail of her horrific ordeal. Of course, some details wouldn’t need to be mentioned.

A heavy object flopped into her lap, and she froze.
A giant brown frog with enormous eyes was perched upon her knee. It was the size of a bread plate, and its belly was a swollen grotesque balloon.

Shrieking, she jumped up and the frog landed with a dull plop on the rotting leaves ahead of her.

A scream tore from her throat and as she ran through the bush, a barrage of branches blazed long, red welts along her arms.

Mackenzie materialised before her with fear twisting his features and she crashed into his chest wrapping her arms around him.

“What happened?”

She gripped him like he was a life buoy. “A giant frog jumped on me.”

“What?” He chuckled.

“It’s not funny. It was bloody huge. It landed on my lap.”

Laughing at her was exactly what her retched husband would do.

“It’s okay. It was just a frog.” When Mackenzie gently stroked her hair, she realised this was very different.

He isn’t judging me.

“It wasn’t just a frog.” She pulled away. “It was huge, on steroids or something.”

Mackenzie laughed louder.

She gigglef too. “It was huge.”

“Do you want to show me? Maybe we can eat it.”

“Ooh, I like frog’s legs.” Abigail narrowed her eyes.

Mackenzie doubled over; his laughter echoed about them. “Oh my God. You’re so funny.”

She grinned at him. “Why?”

“You don’t eat mushrooms, but you’ll eat a frog.”

She shrugged. “They taste like chicken.”

His dark eyelashes clung together with tears of laughter and small wrinkles gathered by his eyes as he smiled at her. “Come on.” He reached for her hand. “We need to find water, or we're in serious trouble."

I thought we we're already in serious trouble.

Continue Reading Lost in Kakadu if you enjoy

  • Enemy to lovers romance
  • Opposites attract trope
  • Stranded in the jungle together
  • Younger man/older woman
  • A broken hero
  • And a woman who has a lot to learn about herself, and love.

Find out why this book won Romantic Book of the Year.

“It’s not just the change in their relationship that brings the awesome to this book,
it’s the growth and change in Abi and Mac themselves that touched me.”
 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐My Written

“Best book I have read in a long time. Story line is fresh. The writing is excellent - I feel as though I was there with them. Covered all the realms of emotion. Everyone should read.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐T Holleran.

“A totally amazing book that is full of plot twists and turns the entire way through. It has it all, romance, danger, excitement, fear, and a struggle for survival.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Janie S

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