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I have found some sales on ebooks and paperbacks, as well as coupons that totally made me grin.

So I share! Here you go!

  • And Then He Kissed Her by Laura Lee Guhrke * $0.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Nightwalker by Jocelyn Drake * $0.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • At the Duke's Pleasure by Tracy Anne Warren * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Mad About the Duke by Elizabeth Boyle * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
 
  • Never Dare a Duke by Gayle Callen * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Untamed by Elizabeth Lowell * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • A Duke of Her Own by Lorraine Heath * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Lady Amelia's Secret Lover by Victoria Alexander * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Beauty and the Duke by Melody Thomas * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • The Lost Duke of Wyndham by Julia Quinn * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Sins of a Duke by Suzanne Enoch * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Sins of a Wicked Duke by Sophie Jordan * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • The Duke's Night of Sin by Kathryn Caskie * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Alluring Tales – Awaken the Fantasy by Vivi Anna, Sylvia Day, Delilah Devlin, Cathryn Fox * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Forbidden by Elizabeth Lowell * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Duke of Sin by Adele Ashworth * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Enchanted by Elizabeth Lowell * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Desire Untamed by Pamela Palmer * $4.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • The Untamed Bride by Stephanie Laurens * $2.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • You Send Me by Toni Blake * $2.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Swept Away by a Kiss by Katharine Ashe * $2.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase * $3.99 * A | BN | K | S

Also: shopping coupons for fun and enjoyment: 

 

 

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  1. 1
    Nicole Hulst says:

    That was so not the magic wand I was thinking of!

  2. 2
    SB Sarah says:

    Heh. Sorry! Maybe in one of those books, you’ll find the wand you seek? *snrk*

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    Cecilia Grant says:

    If you’re in the mood to read about a sinning duke, this is definitely your day!

  4. 4
    Nicole Hulst says:

    Oh my, hadn’t noticed all the dukes. Yeesh.

  5. 5
    lorelai says:

    I just bought the first two Medieval series books by Elizabeth Lowell. I had never heard of her so for a couple of bucks each, why not?

  6. 6
    Lisa A says:

    You forgot the 30% rebate on Harlequins at ARE between now and Jan 31st.  :)  I guess you were relying on us to all get a clue and read the ad on the right side of the page.  lol

  7. 7
    Lisa A says:

    Is there a way to change the default avatar/icon to something a little less masculine?

  8. 8
    ms bookjunkie says:

    It’s a trilogy so you might want to grab the third one also. :)

    Elizabeth Lowell was an auto-buy author for me for years and years. *sigh* Then her writing style changed and I stopped caring about her books. (MIDNIGHT IN RUBY BAYOU was the last book of hers I absofreakinglutely loved.)

  9. 9
    ms bookjunkie says:

    I grabbed AND THEN HE KISSED HER by LLG because there was very positive response on Twitter yesterday when you tweeted the deal. Now if I could only remember who was so enthusiastic… (My mind, it is like Swiss cheese. :-/)

  10. 10
    Taylor Reynolds says:

    I want to gather up all the dukes (and other titled folks) of Regency romance and compare their ranks to the “real” numbers of dukes and marquesses (marquessi?) and earls and such of the time period and see how they compare. ‘Cause you can’t read a Regency without bumping into a duke (and likely tupping him [see what I did there with my Regency vocab?]) and it makes me think that all of London was populated with nothing but titled people and their servants in 1815. With a maybe five or six random lawyers and pickpockets just to keep things interesting.

  11. 11
    SB Sarah says:

    I think there were a handful of actual dukes. Maybe 12? Either way, they proliferate in historical romance like serial killers in romantic suspense!

    AND YES. I completely blanked on the rebate – even though I had it on my list of coupons. DUH. Sorry!

  12. 12
    SB Sarah says:

    I keep trying – and will try again. This grey guy is very persistent. Like a duke!

  13. 13
    SB Sarah says:

    That grey guy is impossible to get rid of. Egads.

  14. 14
    SB Sarah says:

    Also: these coupons and sales are dangerous to me, too, so don’t feel bad. My book buying budget is crying now. You’re not alone!

    Also Also: I think I managed to overpower the grey guy. WOO!

  15. 15
    Susan says:

    @Taylor Reynolds—if you’re a real nerd (like me), Wikipedia has a number of articles on the peerage, including some that show you all of the British (Scottish and Irish titles included) dukedoms, earldoms, marquessates, etc. by date.  From that, you can see which titles were extant during the Regency period.  Darn few.  And when you weed out the elderly, already married, or otherwise undesirable guys, you can see that it would have been pretty tough to snag a hunky bookcover-worthy peer.  You can even click on the the titles/names to get more info about specific ones if you’re so inclined.  (Sosume, I was a history major.)

    But it’s OK to dream of sinful dukes who can’t keep their shirts on.  It’s right up there with thinking about hitting the MegaMillions/Powerball jackpot!

  16. 16
    Beggar1015 says:

    This is sort of an off topic question, but if I were to buy an ebook from Barnes & Noble, could I read it on my Kindle?

  17. 17
    Brian says:

    @Beggar1015,

    You’d have to remove the DRM and convert it from ePub to Mobi.

  18. 18
    Unimaginative says:

    Speaking of too many dukes, I often muse that if Greece had as many tycoons and billionaires as there are in HPs, they’d have no room left in the country for anybody else.  (And they could tax them, and the country’s economic crisis would be over.  And why don’t they do that anyway? )

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    Lisa A says:

    Hooray!  The grey guy is gone!  Thank you Sarah!

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    Taylor Reynolds says:

    Susan – I’m a total nerd and will look up the peerage (and maybe Debrett’s?) on Wiki later tonight :D And then I’ll probably find links to 30,000 other interesting things and not realize I’ve wasted hours of my life until the dogs remind me it’s time for their breakfast. I have a very ambivalent love/hate relationship with Wikipedia…

  22. 22

    Kinda sorta related, in case anyone else is a fan: awesome deal on the complete Farscape at Amazon ($50, regularly $150). http://www.amazon.com/Farscape…

  23. 23
    Lori says:

    Thanks for the coupon links.  I just wanted to mention a problem I and some others on Mobile Reads have found with Kobo.  It only seems to be a problem for people with non-Kobo brand readers on some books since around Nov.  They have added lines of code into their epub’s so the formatting is off.  I am trying to get credit back for 2 books that are unreadable for me, but it has been at tier 2 for over 2 weeks now with no response.  For people comfortable with stripping drm and doing other tech jobs with books, it seems fixable.  I am tech challenged and only want to buy books to read.  I will say, that a third book I bought at that same time was fine, but I am not going to be playing book roulette with them anymore.

  24. 24
    Brian says:

    @Lori, FYI they are supposed to be fixing that (there was a response to a blog article about it) although I don’t know if they have yet or not.

  25. 25
    Lori says:

    Thank Brian, I have tried deleting and redownloading the titles a few times; maybe I should try again.

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    Lenorejago says:

    I only once spent any time in conversation with a single english noble of marriageable age (early 30’s?).  I was at a point to point steeplechase race in Kent and the fellow (an earl) was so shy he could only carry on a conversation by talking via his black spaniel. Bizarre.

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    Hotin Bay says:

    I like the best seller novel of Julia Quinn – The Lost Duke of Wyndham.

    Grace Eversleigh has spent the last five years toiling as the companion to the dowager Duchess of Wyndham. It is a thankless job, with very little break from the routine . . . until Jack Audley lands in her life, all rakish smiles and debonair charm. He is not a man who takes no for an answer, and when she is in his arms, she’s not a woman who wants to say no. But if he is the true duke, then he is the one man she can never have . . .Interesting right?

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