It’s Kindle’s 10th anniversary! Whoa! The anniversary is also a great excuse for a sale and several models are discounted:
RECOMMENDED: Forbidden by Beverly Jenkins is 99c! Redheadedgirl gave this book an A and reminded us all how lucky we are to have an author like Jenkins:
What Jenkins has been doing for decades upon decades is giving her readers strong three-dimensional Black women who are loved, desired, and cherished. I can’t tell you how important that is. Eddy gets to be strong, but also loved and supported by her community and her man, and that is the thing I loved most about her. I’m so glad Jenkins is writing these stories and giving voice to these times and places and people. We’re really lucky to have her in our community.
USA Today bestselling author Beverly Jenkins returns with the first book in a breathtaking new series set in the Old West
Rhine Fontaine is building the successful life he’s always dreamed of—one that depends upon him passing for White. But for the first time in years, he wishes he could step out from behind the façade. The reason: Eddy Carmichael, the young woman he rescued in the desert. Outspoken, defiant, and beautiful, Eddy tempts Rhine in ways that could cost him everything . . . and the price seems worth paying.
Eddy owes her life to Rhine, but she won’t risk her heart for him. As soon as she’s saved enough money from her cooking, she’ll leave this Nevada town and move to California. No matter how handsome he is, no matter how fiery the heat between them, Rhine will never be hers. Giving in for just one night might quench this longing. Or it might ignite an affair as reckless and irresistible as it is forbidden . . .
Tremaine’s True Love
Tremaine’s True Love by Grace Burrowes is $1.99! This is the first book in her newest series and a RITA nominee. A few readers found the romance a bit boring and slow, while others loved the characterization of the heroine and hero.
When I saw Grace Burrowes’ Tremaine’s True Love on the 2016 RITA review list, I grabbed it like a can of insect repellant in high bug season in the Northeast back-country. While I love a well written historical, until this review, I had never read anything by Burrowes. However, I had accidentally purchased a couple of her books a year ago when I was getting ready to write a 2015 RITA review of one of Tonya Burrows’ books. After realizing that the 2015 Burrows’ (no e) book dealt with SEALs and PTSD, I let the Burrowes’ (with an e) books sink down the list of my tbr e-pile, where they then faded into the ether. That was an error!
I beg you: read the book, don’t think about it. It is delightful, it is entrancing, it is perfectly crafted, emotionally satisfying entertainment. It is not morally improving. Art doesn’t have to be.
Tremaine St. Michael is firmly in trade and seeks only to negotiate the sale of some fancy sheep with the Earl of Bellefonte.
The earl’s sister, Lady Nita, is pragmatic, hard-working, and selfless, though Tremaine senses she’s also tired of her charitable obligations and envious of her siblings’ marital bliss.
Tremaine, having been raised among shepherds, can spot another lonely soul, no matter how easily she fools her own family. Neither Tremaine nor Nita is looking for love, but love comes looking for them.
Love Brewing by Liz Crowe is 99c! This is the third book in the Love Brothers series and the first book is currently free! This is a second chance romance with a 4.1-star rating on Goodreads. Some readers had issues connecting with the characters. However, liked how complex the relationships were in the book.
A Family Saga with humor, heat and heart–not to mention beer, bourbon and basketball!
Every family has one—the black sheep, the problem child, the prodigal. But Dominic Sean Love could teach all of those guys a lesson or two. Stuck in the middle of a boisterous group of siblings, he’s given “acting out” a new meaning from day one.
While he’s the one son who follows his strict father’s footsteps into the Love family business, he’s also the one who butts heads with him the hardest. Their epic clashes are the stuff of family legend. But they have made peace and work side by side to take Love Brewing to the next level of success.
Until Dominic does the one thing his father can never forgive.
Diana Brantley has been Dominic’s friend, girlfriend and ex-girlfriend so many times she’s lost count. When he shows up at the farm she’s slowly transforming into a wildly popular farm-to-table resource for restaurants all over the U.S. her first impulse is to shoot first and ask questions later. But she doesn’t. And their lives entwine once more, for good, bad and ugly.
My Best Friend’s Exorcism
RECOMMENDED: My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix is $2.99! This is a great book for Halloween. Carrie recently reviewed this and gave it a B+:
This particular horror story is a love letter to the 1980s and to the power of friendship between women. The ending is very awesome. But also very gross, so be prepared.
Abby and Gretchen have been best friends since fifth grade, when they bonded over a shared love of E.T., roller-skating parties, and scratch-and-sniff stickers. But when they arrive at high school, things change. Gretchen begins to act . . . different. And as the strange coincidences and bizarre behavior start to pile up, Abby realizes there’s only one possible explanation: Gretchen, her favorite person in the world, has a demon living inside her. And Abby is not about to let anyone or anything come between her and her best friend. With help from some unlikely allies, Abby embarks on a quest to save Gretchen. But is their friendship powerful enough to beat the devil?
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