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eBook deals

I'd been bemoaning the lack of ebook deals out there amid the holiday sales – apparently grousing is effective! 

Julia Quinn's The Secret Diary of Miss Miranda Cheever is $1.99 [ Amazon | BN ] 

Karen Marie Moning's Darkfever is $1.99 * [ Amazon | BN ] (BN has not reduced the price yet but will soon, I am betting.)

A note of warning about the Darkfever series. A reader wrote in recently about how finishing the series left her bereft – and started a very lively discussion of what happens after Book Rebound syndrome kicks in. Be ye warned: there be crack in the Darkfever series, it seems.

Victoria Alexander's A Visit From Sir Nicholas is .99 [ Amazon | Kobo | BN ].

Two Karen Hawkins books — To Catch a Highlander [ Amazon | Kobo | BN ] and To Scotland with LoveAmazon | Kobo | BN ]  — are both $2.99.

ETA: Lilith Saintcrow's The Hedgewitch Queen is $2.99 for December. [ Amazon | Kobo | BN ]

Via Jane on Twitter:

Lisa Kleypas' Smooth Talking Stranger is $2.99 [ Amazon ].

Jennifer Lynn Barnes' Raised by Wolves, a Sizzling Book Club Selection, is $2.99 (or $3.27 at BN) [ Amazon | BN ]

One more! You can get 20% off your Kobo eligible ebook purchases until 31 Dec with code June20off.  

Any other ebook deals that you've found? Spread the word and the good reading, please!



General Bitching...

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  1. 1
    Rose says:

    Jo Goodman’s Marry Me is free on Amazon, and probably elsewhere as well.

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    Chantal H says:

    To Scotland with Love by Karen Hawkins was a great book. I downloaded and read it a few days ago. The heroine sometimes verges on TSTL but never quite goes all the way (HA!) and her dialogue with the hero is very witty. The hero (and his brothers) struggle with an interesting (minor) paranormal problem that sets the novel apart from others of the genre. I recommend it but be warned, it’s not very long and will likely leave you wanting more.

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    MissMariah says:

    On the Darkfever warning:  I made it through book three (started reading the series because of the above-mentioned discussion) and was so incredibly emotionally torn up, angry, and heartbroken with the end of the third book that I couldn’t sleep all that night, couldn’t stop thinking about how upset I was for days, and haven’t returned for book four for possible series redemption.  Just FYI to those who really emotionally invest themselves in the characters of the books they are reading.

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    Char says:

    I just picked up Smooth Talkin’ Stranger by Lisa Kleypas for $2.99+tax at Amazon.

  5. 5
    Miranda says:

    When I click on ‘read more’, I’m going to Barnes and Noble. Just fyi.


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    sarah c says:

    over at… they have a list of free romance and other books today.  Also Devil Bride is available as a preorder for $.99…

    there are a bunch of books on discount from harpercollins on amazon can’t say anything about Barnes and noble

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    cleo says:

    Thanks for the heads up on Devil’s Bride – you can pre-order it at BN for .99 too.  Finally the price is right for me to try the first Cynster book.

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    Evelyn Ryan says:…

    An actual Christmas book with four short stories- free on Amazon.

  9. 9
    Sarah says:

    Ooops- thanks Miranda. All fixed.

  10. 10
    sarah c says:

    no problem I actually like the first in the series best so when i saw the price i jumped at it. :)

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    Authormerylee says:

    For those lamenting about a dearth of good e-book bargains, I have a deal for you from Sourcebooks!!!! 

    SPECIAL OFFER: Sourcebooks announces its most extensive eBook promotion to date!  ” It all started when… First in Series eBooks for $1.99For a limited time, purchase the first book from a Sourcebooks author for only $1.99.  More than 65 exceptional books ranging from young adult to adult fiction, romance, and non-fiction.  Discover a great new author today!  It all started when… First in Series eBooks for $1.99!
    Promo will run from 12/21/2011 – 1/8/2012

  12. 12
    megalith says:

    After I bought the Alexander book for Kindle, they listed a bunch of sale items, including Velvet Embrace by Nicole Jordan.

  13. 13
    megalith says:

    Also just saw Noble Destiny and The Trouble with Harry by Katie MacAlister for 99 cents on the Kindle.

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    Lila B. says:

    Darkfever is now $1.99 at B&N too.

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    candyviolets says:

    Grace Burrowes’ The Heir ($1.99) and The Soldier ($2.99) are both on sale at the Kindle store.

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    Quilter72 says: has 25% of selected titles through Dec 3!

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    SusanK says:

    The new Laura Lee Guhrke and Julie Anne Long books are both $4.99 on Amazon/B&N. The new Sarah MacLean book that will be released in February is also priced at $4.99. There were a few more pre-orders available at that price, but I can’t remember which authors exactly. Sorry!

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    Dara says:

    I picked up Dawn by D.A. Piesh for only .99 on amazon.

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    Pgofhsm says:

    Thanks for the heads up on Julie Ann Long! I’d bought most of her backlist on Kindle at full price ($7.99) so this is very welcome news!

    Also, it reminds me to nag SB Sarah some more about reading and reviewing Long ;-)

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    erin says:

    @MissMariah, I too used this .99 e-book deal to check out the DarkFever series based on the early hero-withdrawal post and comments and four days later after too many late nights and too little sleep, finished reading the whole series. After book 3 I wasn’t sure I liked where things were going either, and had to buy books 4 & 5 simultaneously to ensure I could, if things got really bad, just skip ahead to the end and release myself from the uncertainty of not knowing how it was all going to end.  I didn’t end up having to do this, although I did stay up far too late too many nights in a row and now my family is paying for it via my sleep deprived and Jericho Barons deprived bad temper. It was worth it, to push through to the end. KMM does a great job with this series.

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    MissMariah says:

    @erin – Hmmm… Well, I do have books 4 and 5 lined up, but like I said above, I’ve been avoiding them because of the trauma.  I really WANT to move ahead with it, but I’ve been scared to do so.  It sounds like, though, with your similar emotional response to mine at the end of Book 3, it is still worth it in the end.  OK then… I’ll give it a try and dive in to Book 4, per your recommendation.  I mean, so many people CAN’T be wrong about the fabulousness of a series, right?  Right.  If I can find you again, I’ll let you know how things go for me through Books 4 and 5.  Thanks for the push!

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