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12 Places to Find Great Book Deals

Who doesn’t like finding new authors and great books? Here’s a list of places I like to find great deals on books.

  1. Bookbub the be-all-and-end-all of book deal sites.  Besides their daily newlsetter, you can also sign up to follow your favorite authors so that when they have a new release or a book deal, Bookbub can send you a friendly note so you don’t miss out. (Make sure to sign up for me! LOL!)
  2. Lauren’s Book Club Newsletter is author Lauren Royal’s weekly listing of book deals and favorite reads.
  3. Buy A Historical is a weekly newsletter of new historical romances, with some deals and freebies.
  4. The Regency Reader is published by the Beau Monde chapter of RWA and is a monthly listing of new Regency set historicals. (Fun fact: I edited this newsletter for a number of years!)
  5. eBookDealofDay.com features mostly romance, with an emphasis on Contemporary and Paranormal, with some historicals.
  6. book-a-licious is a great place to find book deals, new releases and freebies. A nice mix of all romance genres.
  7. Romance Devoured has a lot of fans who love romance. Must sign up to see deals and hot releases.
  8. Hidden Gems has deals on their website as well as a newsletter. Contemporary, some paranormal and historical.
  9. Robin Reads is for a reader who reads Everything! If you want to find deals on romance, mystery, suspense, this is the place to start.
  10. Hot Stuff Romance is exactly that–romance. Mostly contemporary and lots of indie published books.
  11. The Fussy Librarian is a one stop shopping place for all your reading needs. They list all genres and deals. Subscribe to the newsletter or peruse their blog for daily deals.
  12. E Book Soda Sign up for a curated list of your favorite genres, or peruse their extensive site for a book deal or a freebie.

Brazen Angel

And make sure to sign up for my newsletter at the top of the page. And if you still haven’t found a great new read–try my Books Page for a listing of all my books. And if you are looking for a FREE read, check out my nominated short story, Chessy’s Wedding.

Do you have a favorite newsletter or website that offers book deals? Make sure to list it in the comments.

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Brazen Angel is Free

As of this post, you will find the ebook of Brazen Angel free. Everywhere. Took some doing, but given that this is Brazen Angel’s 20th anniversary, I thought it would be fun to give back some love.

After all this book, and all of you, started all of this.

The cool part of Brazen Angel has as much to do about the back story of how it was published, as it does the adventures of Sophia and Giles. Brazen AngelBut seriously, have your read, My Favorite Hero? If not, go ahead and click on it. Read the story and then come back. I’ll wait. . . . Are you crying? I can’t read that without getting all teary eyed.

And yes, he’s still a hero. Most days. LOL.

So if you’ve loved Brazen Angel, tell a friend that it’s free. If you haven’t read it, now’s your chance. And tell a friend while you are at it. Tell all your Facebook pals, throw it on your shelf at Goodreads and Tweet your hearts out–if you are inclined to those things.

And in the meantime, Brazen Angel will remain free. Free to be downloaded and read. Free to be enjoyed. That’s worth sharing.

Get your copy at:

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Who Said It Answered

So who said the following?

“A few minutes ago you couldn’t wait to leave and now you want to stay?”
“That was before I killed a man,” she offered, coming up with the only excuse she could other than the truth.
“You didn’t kill anyone. You only winged him.”
“Are you sure?”
“Yes.”
She glanced back up the stairs, where even now a tide of servants was rushing to the aid of their master. “I think his injury will be grave, for I’ve never missed before.”

That just happens to be Olivia SuttonOnce Tempted and Robert Danvers in Once Tempted.

You can read the excerpt from ONCE TEMPTED or order your own copy for this, the first book I wrote in the wildly popular Danvers series. The best sort of #FridayReads.

Please continue to join me every Thursday to match your wits with Who Said It or try a previous Who Said It challenge here.

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Who Said It: Challenge Accepted

You all know my books too well, so I’m digging in and hoping this one is a stumper. So Who Said It?

“A few minutes ago you couldn’t wait to leave and now you want to stay?”
“That was before I killed a man,” she offered, coming up with the only excuse she could other than the truth.
“You didn’t kill anyone. You only winged him.”
“Are you sure?”
“Yes.”
She glanced back up the stairs, where even now a tide of servants was rushing to the aid of their master. “I think his injury will be grave, for I’ve never missed before.”

Is it:
1) Harriet Hathaway and Roxley from If Wishes Were Earls
2) Olivia Sutton and Robert Danvers from Once Tempted
3) Lily D’Artiers and Webb Dryden from Brazen Heiress

I’ll post the answer tomorrow.

Did you see last week’s challenge? Find it here.

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Who Said It Revealed

Did you guess that it was Lady Hermione Marlowe and her mother, Lady Walbrook, talking in this exchange?

“…and now that he is inclined to marry—“
“I don’t think the earl has any intention of—“
“Of course he intends to marry. He made his bow at Almack’s.”
Which of course every matron in London knew was code for: I wish to marry your daughter immediately.

If you did–good for you! If not, I tried my hardest to make it a bit of a stumper. Tempted by the Night

You can read the excerpt from TEMPTED BY THE NIGHT or order your own copy for an sexy trip into the dark side of Regency England on #FridayReads.

Please continue to join me every Thursday to match your wits with Who Said It, . You can try a previous Who Said It challenge here.

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Who Said It? Ups the Game

You all have had it way too easy. Time to up the
Who Said It? game.

“…and now that he is inclined to marry—“
“I don’t think the earl has any intention of—”
“Of course he intends to marry. He made his bow at Almack’s.”
Which of course every matron in London knew was code for: I wish to marry your daughter immediately.

Tempted by the NightIf Wishes Were EarlsConfessions of a Little Black Gown

Is it:
1) Lady Hermione Marlowe and Lady Walbrook from Tempted by the Night
2) Miss Harriet Hathaway and Lady Essex from If Wishes Were Earls
3) Miss Thalia Langley and Aunt Minty from Confessions of a Little Black Gown

Make your best guess and I’ll post the answer tomorrow.

Did you see last week’s challenge? Find it here.

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Did You Guess Who Said It?

So who said the following:

“You lied,” she said, going toe-to-toe with the man before her. “You told me he still loved me, wanted me.” She glanced over her shoulder and shuddered at the sight of him. “What he wants is a good bath and his ration of rum tossed overboard.”

This one, at least to me, was pretty easy and obvious. It has to be Lady Philippa, Memoirs of a Scandalous Red Dressor as I always call her, Pippin, talking about her beloved Dash, after finding him all those years later. I absolutely adore this book, Memoirs of a Scandalous Red Dress, because it covered what felt like a lifetime of missed chances, and a second (well, probably a third or fourth) chance at happiness.

You can read the excerpt from MEMOIRS OF A SCANDALOUS RED DRESS here, or order your own copy to settle in tonight for an adventurous and romantic #FridayReads.

Please continue to join me every Thursday to match your wits with Who Said It, and come back Friday to find out if you got it right. You can try previous Who Said It challenges here and here.

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Another Round of Who Said It?

This one is probably pretty easy for you diehard fans, but I just love these lines. So,
Who Said It?

“You lied,” she said, going toe-to-toe with the man before her. “You told me he still loved me, wanted me.” She glanced over her shoulder and shuddered at the sight of him. “What he wants is a good bath and his ration of rum tossed overboard.”

Is it:
1) Olivia Sutton from Once Tempted
2) Lady Diana from Stealing the Bride
3) Lady Philippa from Memoirs of a Scandalous Red Dress

Make your best guess and I’ll post the answer tomorrow.

Did you see last week’s challenge? Find it here.

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Answer to Yesterday’s “Who Said It?”

So who said the following:

“Have you any idea of the danger you could find here? Of the nature of men?”
She plucked herself free. “I’m well aware of the nature of men. I wouldn’t be here if I wasn’t.”

As much as it sounds like Roselie Stratton from Six Impossible Things, and most definitely like my favorite headstrong runaway daughter of a duke, Lady Arabella Tremont from Mad About the Major, this bit comes from a exchange between that gentleman pirate, Captain Colin Danvers, and the mysterious woman he meets and takes home from the Cyprian Ball, Georgie, in One Night of Passion.

You can read the excerpt from Colin and Georgie’s story here, or order your own copy to settle in tonight for an adventurous and romantic #FridayReads.

Please continue to join me every Thursday to match your wits with Who Said It, and come back Friday to find out if you got it right. Want to try the previous challenges? Go to Who Said It 1, and Who Said It 2.

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