Thanking the February Advertisers

Time to thank the folks who advertised here for the month of February. If you noticed or clicked on the ads, you helped support advertisers who want to target romance readers, and the upkeep and general mayhem of the hot pink palace of Bitchery, from hosting to posting to general shenanigans. And if you've been looking for an ad for a past month, at the bottom of the ad column is an archive of the advertisements. Thank you to the advertisers, and to you and your marvelous self.

Ann Marsh-Flores: Her Fallen Angel.com Katie Reus: Alpha Instinct shifter romance

 Shiloh Walker - Fragile Series   Jillian Stone - An Affair with Mr. Kennedy

   Darlene Marshall: Sea Change

 Mandy Roth's Booklist   Knight Agency Romance, incl Bro Magnet, A Tale of Two Proms and The Price of Innocence

 Kallypso Masters: Nobody's Hero   Lauren Willig's The Garden Intrigue

 Sarah Morgan's Once a Ferrara Wife   Darynda Jones' Third Grave Dead Ahead

    Carina Press ebooks 

Jillian Hunter's Duchess Diaries    Samhain Publishing

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  1. 1
    Anony Miss says:

    Shiloh Walker’s ad says coming in Feb 2009? No one else noticed that?

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    DonnaMarie says:

    I’ll thank the advertisers of Kate Meader’s book. “All Fired Up” was one of the best reads of the month. Check her out if you haven’t. It’s a series centered around a family run restauranr. You don’t need to have read the first book to read this one, but I ordered it anyway.

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    SB Sarah says:

    @DonnaMarie: Oh, that’s awesome! What did you like about it?

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    Kate Meader says:

    @DonnaMarie: Thanks so much for your kind words! So glad you enjoyed All Fired Up :)

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    DonnaMarie says:

    Hmm… Big Italian family running a restaurant, although not much of this book takes place there. Secret sibling trope, which many hate, but I love when done well, and it is. The inner voices of the main characters feel honest. They have complicated back stories and insecurities. When the BIG CONVERSATIONS take place, they have a real feel to them. Cara’s explanation of how she ends up marrying someone she’s known for four hours is both swoon worthy and a revelation of her inner pain.

    Was it perfect? I did have an issue with how Cara behaves as related to her job and future ambitions. Definitely an eyebrow raiser moment or two.

    Oh, and it’s set in Chicago, like me. Always a lagniappe.

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    Thanks for running this, Sarah. What I like about it is it gives me the opportunity to see all the ads in one spot, highlighting some good books that might have passed me by if I clicked “refresh” at the wrong point.

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