Only 99 cents from August 13-19th.
I got my copy, have you gotten yours?
Only 99 cents from August 13-19th.
I got my copy, have you gotten yours?
For the rest of August, I’ll be sharing Regency Romances!
August is a special month for me, because it is the birthday of Elizabeth Pendry. For those you haven’t yet met Elizabeth, she’s the leading lady in Foxtails: A Paranormal Regency Romance.
For this month only, you can get this ebook for 99 cents! (Regular price is $3.99)
Elizabeth Pendry is the youngest of the Pendry siblings. Orphaned, they live together. Elizabeth is a daydreamer and reader, who loves to pretend that fairies are real. What she doesn’t know is that magic is real, and not all magic is good. And that some one hears her.
Elizabeth and her family’s life is disrupted when an aunt comes to visit–with the intent of introducing a suitor for Elizabeth’s hand. Elizabeth finds the situation distressing, and seeks the comfort of her fairy friends. On they way home, she slips and requires help from a mysterious dark stranger.
A short time later, an invitation to a ball arrives. The Marquis of Moonspire is back in town, and he has a son of marriageable age. There Elizabeth comes face to face with her rescuer, George Hodge.
As Elizabeth gets to know George, she falls in love. But he has a secret and ties to a magical world that comes to threaten the very things that Elizabeth holds dear–her family. Can Elizabeth stay with George and protect her family?
Find out with this fantasy romance, Foxtails: A Paranormal Regency Romance.
A Lady with a dangerous secret, a Marquess in need of a wife, an unexpected meeting, an interfering brother, a chance for lasting love.
Lady Josephina Crawford, daughter of Viscount Whitemore, harbours a devastating secret that keeps her from finding a suitable husband and risks bringing scandal to her family name should it ever be revealed. Custom, duty, and propriety stand in the way of her happiness, and within the confines of Regency England’s high society, those barricades are enough to keep her encaged forever.
Gerard Sheridan, Marquess of Richmond, heir to the Duke of Bedfordshire, struggles to deal with the enormous pressure to fulfil a role that he never expected would be his. Oil paint, color, light, and composition fill his imagination every waking moment, but all of that must be cast aside when he takes on the role of heir, after his brother’s tragic death. He needs to find a wife, and fast.
A chance encounter opens up new hope. But from behind the masks that they wear, Josephina and Gerard must face the truth that they see in each other’s eyes; they’re lost in a battle between convention and love, and within the glittering walls of Almack’s Assembly Rooms, they’re without question set up to fail.
Can Gerard overcome his doubts, and believe that love is possible? Can Josephina risk trusting that her secret could be safe with Gerard? Or will the conventions of society tear them apart forever?
Release Date: August 9, 2018.
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The first five volumes of the bestselling Kansas Crossroads series are now available in one set!
A New Beginning:
Handsome heir Adam Brody sees nothing but possibilities in the sprawling old building he’s just purchased. He will transform it into a hotel to meet the needs of those traveling by railroad.
Left a widow with a small daughter, Elizabeth Caldwell must find work. When she sees an advertisement inquiring about young women to work in a hotel, she decides to apply. However, the hotel owner specifically requested single ladies, so she must hide her former marital status, and her child, if she wishes to get the job.
With cloudy pasts to overcome, both Adam and Elizabeth want to believe in a bright future. Will they find the strength they need in each other, or will their differences keep them apart?
A Free Heart:
Harriet Martin left her plantation home in Atlanta and came to Kansas with one thought on her mind—finding the mother of the man she was supposed to marry. She will never find peace or be able to move on until she knows that Jane, a former slave, is safe and happy.
Tom White wants nothing more than to be his own man—traveling where he will, taking whatever jobs come his way, moving on again when he gets feeling itchy. Now working at the Brody Hotel, he starts to put down roots for the first time since he was forced to leave his home at the age of fifteen.
Both stubborn, independent, and free spirited, Harriet and Tom have more in common than either one wants to admit. By the same twist of fate, they each have exactly what the other needs—if destiny will allow them to find the happiness they’ve been seeking.
The Dark and the Dawn:
Jeanette Peterson and her sister, Abigail, are running from a dark past and hiding from an even darker future. When they happen upon the Brody Hotel in Topeka, Kansas, they’re given a chance at a whole new life, one where they can choose who they want to become. When Jeanette assists the town doctor with a difficult case, she realizes she has a calling and a passion to become a nurse.
Dr. Phillip Wayment is a set-in-his-ways bachelor, more than happy to run his medical practice alone. When Jeanette asks him to mentor her, he’s hesitant at first, not wanting some woman underfoot. But as they work together, he comes to realize how valuable she is to his career … and to him. Will the secrets from her past ruin what they’ve built?
A Clean Slate:
Olivia Markham is a socialite from New York City who came to Topeka with one goal—to marry Adam Brody. But Adam has married someone else, and Olivia has nowhere to go. Taking a job at the Brody Hotel requires her to swallow her pride, but she has no choice in the matter. Now she must learn to wear cotton dresses—cotton, when she should be wearing silk.
Pastor Robert Osbourne has taken on the huge responsibility of overseeing the spiritual welfare of a large congregation, and at times, he feels overwhelmed. He preaches on Sunday morning, but by Monday night, everything he’s said has been diluted by the alcohol at the saloons. He wonders if he’s doing any good for the people at all.
Olivia doesn’t see a need for God in her life. Robert can’t imagine living without Him. Can they find a way to overlook their differences and realize that love doesn’t have to make sense to be real?
A Clear Hope:
As a daughter, an older sister, and now a hotel waitress, Abigail Peterson is used to taking care of everyone around her. When a stranger collapses on the train platform and is brought to the Brody Hotel to recover, Abigail steps in to nurse her back to health.
Deputy Marshal Gabriel Hanks has seen a lot of violence, and he works every day to fight it. A man has been murdered, and it’s Gabe’s job to prosecute the guilty. When that quest puts him at odds with the girl he’s growing to love, he has to choose between justice, mercy, and his heart.
Flower Boy: noun 1. slang for a really hot guy
Hannah Reynolds travels to Korea in search of her own drama hero come to life. What she gets instead is gorgeous, but surly tour guide, Jae Lee. He seems determined to ruin every romantic location they visit with his snarky comments, but Hannah can’t deny the crackling tension between them.
As they travel around the country with a busload of wacky K-drama and K-pop fans, their chemistry keeps drawing the two together. Hannah sees the mountain of problems standing between her and a relationship with Jae. They live in different countries. She’s flying home in five days. And he always takes an emotional step back whenever they get closer. But her heart doesn’t want to listen to reason. All it can see is the flower boy tour guide.
Flower Boy Tour Guide is the first in the multi-author series, My Korean Crush. These authors love learning about Korea because of what we’ve been lucky enough to see of their dramas and Kpop music.
I was lucky enough to read this prior to release, and I’ve already purchased my ebook. (It’s only 99 cents of you act fast!)
The story sets out with a young American arriving in Seoul. She feels like she’s come home, and is excited to be there. When she meets her roommate for the tour, it’s instant best friends. And then there is Jae. He may look like a flower boy, but he has thorns. Romantic comedy ensues in this delightful debut by Shannon Kent.
Roxbury Rating: YA 12+ (aka PG)
What if there was a wizard in your hometown who offered his services to anyone in need? What if you were scared because your scientist parents had been kidnapped and you couldn’t tell the police?
What if you stumbled across a classified ad in your local newspaper that read, “Wizard for Hire. Call 555-SPEL”? Would you call?
Fourteen-year-old Ozzy is desperate to find his parents, but he’s not so sure about the ad….He’s read about wizards in books like Harry Potter, but they couldn’t actually exist in the world today, could they?
Enter Labryinth, aka “Rin,” who dresses the part. Sort of. His bathrobe and high-top tennis shoes seem unorthodox. At least Rin acts like a wizard, but Ozzy has his doubts. Do real wizards write notes on their shoes and eat breakfast for every meal? Most of all, Ozzy just wants to know if Rin can cast any magic spells.
With the help of a robotic-talking raven invented by Ozzy’s father, a kind and curious girl at school who decides to help Ozzy, and, of course, a self-proclaimed wizard who may or may not have a magical wand, Ozzy begins an unforgettable quest that will lead him closer to the answers he seeks about his missing parents.
I didn’t know what to expect when I started reading this book. As a reader, Middle Grade novels are interesting. Sometimes they are bland and boring, and other times you stumble on a fun book. This is one of the fun ones.
All the characters fit into place, which is something I liked. My favorite character was Clark, the robotic raven. He’s awesome. He has some of the best lines, is fluent in two languages (English and Chirp), and has a fondness for metal. His quest for romance, and his flare for taking care of problems are some of the comedic moments in the story.
I received an ARC from Shadow Mountain. (Thank you!)
Braden has one goal: knighthood.
Unfortunately, he lives on a horse farm in modern day America with his uncle, his younger brother, and an aunt who absolutely hates him.
Against all odds, Braden and his brother, Jamie, stumble across a pair of special swords that sweep them back into medieval times. They land near a castle whose lord has a task for them.
His older son is lost somewhere in time, and only someone who can control the Swords of Time can save him.
With the goal of knighthood suddenly in sight, Braden’s not sure he wants to leave, but he wishes to impress the lord. Can he protect his brother, find the lost heir, and fulfill his dreams, or will the lord’s younger son ruin everything?
Physical appearance: He is a strong boy about Braden’s age. He has black hair and brown eyes.
Personality: He is very full of himself and likes to show everyone how important he is.
Background: Darren is the younger of the Lord of the castle’s two sons. When he was six, Darren witnessed a terrible tragedy where his mother was killed. He deals with his pain by bullying others and trying to be better than everyone, including his older brother. To feel better than him, Darren feels the need to make himself the heir to the lordship of the castle in place of his brother.
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Elsbeth Blakely: An orphan who craves independence
Viscount Andrew Radford: A notorious rogue used to getting what he wants
A clash of wills – who will win?
The world always ignored Elsbeth Blakely, given that she was just another young orphan at the Smithfield House for Girls. She was never a part of the bustling world of London Smithfield Market, cooped up inside the great house with no freedom of her own.
However, life suddenly takes a turn for the worse when Elsbeth meets Viscount Andrew Radford. A notorious carousing rogue, Lord Radford sets his sights on Elsbeth to be his latest object of affection, expecting that she will simply fall into his arms as every other lady has.
But Elsbeth is determined to have her independence. Despite being forced into working at the Radford estate, Elsbeth stands up to the young viscount, finding him determined to get what he wants from her.
But, underneath it all, is Lord Radford really the scoundrel that he seems?
When news of Elsbeth’s real family comes to light, Elsbeth finds her whole world turned upside down, with only Lord Radford able to help. One thing is for certain, however, Elsbeth Blakely is not who she seems either.
Welcome to the world of the Smithfield Market in Regency Era London, a new standalone series by Rose Pearson.
After Macy Grant breaks up with a man who won’t commit, she escapes heartbreak with a weekend on the seas. The last person she expects to meet and fall for is entrepreneur Jake Olsen. A believer in love at first sight, he seems perfect for her in every way … then her ex-boyfriend shows up on the cruise ship with a ring.
“The story of Moonlight at Monterey Bay will embrace you with its power. This is a remarkable clean romance novel about being honest in love, no matter the consequences.”
– A new adult romance books
Michael Thomas’ life changed when he accepted a friendly client’s offer to stay at his winter home in Carmel, California. Michael planned to immerse himself in the artistic atmosphere of the Monterey Bay area. Maybe this is his opportunity to settle at last and to make better use of his exceptional talents as a painter, an artists romance.
Angelina Serracino, a romance widow, had yet to forgive herself for the death of her fiance, though she had no responsibility for his passing. Angelina still couldn’t shake the feeling that if maybe she had done something differently.
Angelina was working in her father’s restaurant when Michael came in for a meal. Michael was immediately attracted, but she was withdrawn. What will he have to do? How can he get her interest?
Devin Pine has skillfully handled this beautiful story of being honest in love and dealing with the consequences of divergent pasts. Truly an inspirational romance.