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So, What Are You Reading This Weekend (With Some Sale Links)?

A book open on a table with a road, grass and a tree growing out of it. The book is a journey, in other words.So, what are you reading this weekend? What books are you totally enjoying? Share share!

This weekend I'm in the car with the family heading out for vacation, and I plan to read as much as I can in the car. While the kids are awake, I read magazines, because it's easier for me to stop reading an article than it is a book. When I read a book, I tend to be completely unaware of everything but the book, and that can be troublesome for everyone else in the car on long road trips (much as I personally enjoy it). So while the kids are awake, magazines, and stretching and working out those left and right oblique muscles as I go-go-Gadget-arm to reach things that have fallen on the floor. But once they sleep, I have about 10 books saved up to read in the car, and for the rest of the week. Vacation reading is somehow extra special. 

In case you're not sure what to read this week, I have some sales to give you some options, including some discounted Rachel Gibson titles for a future weekend. Hope your weekend reading is kickass! 

 

  • Welcome to Temptation/Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie * $6.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • The Madness of Angels by Kate Griffin * $2.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • My Fair Mistress by Tracy Anne Warren * $4.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Her Only Desire by Gaelen Foley * $4.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • A Perfect Darkness by Jaime Rush * $0.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • The Lost Duke of Wyndham by Julia Quinn * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Never Dare a Duke by Gayle Callen * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Out of the Deep I Cry by Julia Spencer-Fleming * $2.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Rose Garden by Susanna Kearsley * $2.24 * A | BN | K | S
  • Simply Irresistible by Rachel Gibson * 3.99 Pre-Order * A | BN | K | S
  • It Must be Love by Rachel Gibson * 3.99 Pre-Order * A | BN | K | S
  • See Jane Score by Rachel Gibson * 3.99 Pre-Order * A | BN | K | S
  • Trouble with Valentine's Day by Rachel Gibson * 3.99 Pre-Order * A | BN | K | S
  • Truly Madly Yours by Rachel Gibson * 3.99 Pre-Order * A | BN | K | S
  • Daisy's Back in Town by Rachel Gibson * 3.99 Pre-Order * A | BN | K | S
  • Ragnar and Juliet by Lucy Woodhull * $2.99 * A | BN | K | S | All Romance eBooks

Additional Sales: 

  • All Harlequin titles have a 25% rebate at AllRomance this month. The rebate is in the form of ebook bucks at AllRomance, similar to micropay at Fictionwise (I think I still have some of that. Oy.)
     

 

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  1. 1
    MissB2U says:

    “The Madness of Angels”, get it!  All three in that series are really good.  Happy weekend all.

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    Deb G. says:

    I managed to find 3 of the 4 Essex sisters series by Eloisa James (Much Ado About You, etc) at a friends of the library sale for cheeps, so I’ve been reading them (completely out of order). They are delightful! Now I must go pay full price for Kiss Me, Annabel, which I have been leery about because of its stupid name. But the series is so very cute!

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    Brooklyn Ann says:

    Ooh, the Essex Sisters is my favorite Eloisa James series! Kiss Me, Annabelle was actually pretty good. I was surprised at the depth Annabelle showed compared to how she seemed in the first book. 

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    Jim L says:

    I just finished THE ART OF THE KAMA SUTRA (and reviewed it on http://thearmchaircritic.blogs… ), which was pretty good.  More than just a collection of sexual positions, this has a lot on relationships and how interactions between men and woman are often the same today as in ancient times.

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    Mikaela Lind says:

    I am not sure.  Probably an Amazon freebie :D.  If you like crime novels,  Killer Instinct by Zoe Sharp is free on Amazon until Sunday.  For people outside the US (with an Amazon store)  Book of Shadows by Alexandra Sokoloff is also free.
    *ponders* Maybe I should do a Murderati themed read….. 

  6. 6
    lorelai says:

    I started “Untamed” by Elizabeth Lowell the other day. I bought it a few weeks ago when it was on sale (along with about five or six of her other books). So far it’s interesting although the hero is a bit to alpha for my tastes. But if the book goes where I think it’s going, he’ll be softening up at some point.

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    Julieinduvall says:

    I hope you have a great vacation, Sarah and family!

    I just reread Bet Me last weekend. Jennifer Crusie is the Goddess of Romantic Comedy. This weekend, I’m reading Jill Shalvis’ Lucky Harbor series.

    There’s nothing quite like cramming ninety books in my purse (via the Kindle,) when setting out for new adventures!

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    Karenmc says:

    I’m slogging through an old Marsha Canham historical, Swept Away, and I’m feeling much older than when I started. Next up needs to be something shorter and not set in the Regency. Maybe Angelfall.

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    DreadPirateRachel says:

    I’m so jealous that you can read in the car, SBSarah. I get stupidly carsick if I try. Last weekend, I was trying to take a price tag off a pair of shoes I had just purchased, and within seconds, I felt vomititious. I was sick all afternoon.

    As for what I’ll be reading this weekend, I’ve got a week and a half to turn in three major research projects, so I’ll be reading literary journals and writing like a madwoman, alas. But after I’ve finished, I’ll be free! Free, for two whole weeks. I’m thinking I should probably take a trip this spring break, since it’s my last one ever.

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    Donna says:

    I’ll be finishing up Sabrina Jeffries “To Wed a Wild Lord” #4 in the Hellions of Halstead Hall series. I’m liking Gabriel a lot so far. After that it’ll be Nevada Barr’s latest – which had better be an improvement over the last one. I’m shocked how many more go to’s I’ve been stricking off the list rather than adding.

    Enjoy the trip!

  11. 11
    delphia2000 says:

    For physical books, I’m reading Robin Hobb’s Farseer trilogy and in the middle of the last book. Not much on the romance front, but still, a good read. On my ColorNook, I have “A Weekend with Mr. Darcy” and liking that too. I see a couple listed above in the sales I must go look at tho. :o)

  12. 12
    CidiRo says:

    Zoe Sharps books are amazing. Charlie Fox is one of the best female protagonist I’ve come across in years. The first one was out of print when I started on the series, so I’ve not read it yet, but I can and do highly recommend the rest of them. I check out her website regularly hoping for a release date for next.  Be warned though she’s a bit of a divil for cliffhangers.

  13. 13
    roserita says:

    Last week I finished Bill Bryson’s A walk in the woods and A discovery of witches by Deborah Harkness (talk about degree of difficulty!  Witches and vampires and mitochondrial DNA, oh my!)  Then I somehow wandered into all these books that feature Death as a character: Darynda Jones’ First grave on the right and Second grave on left (I have to go get Third grave…whatever—heroine as Grim Reaper), Kalayne Price’s Grave witch series (Death as would-be boyfriend), Amber Benson’s Calliope Reaper Jones series (Death as a family-owned, multinational corporation), and Keturah and Lord Death, a YA fairy tale.  And when I want to ride the merry-go-round instead of a roller coaster, Dry storeroom no.1, a history of the British Museum (Natural History).  Next weekend, who knows?

  14. 14
    Carolanne says:

    Spellbound Falls by Janet Chapman. Okay, the series has gotten silly (Atlantis?!) but I do like it.

  15. 15
    Tamara Hogan says:

    I’m reading “Labyrinth” by Lois McMaster Bujold. Felt like getting my Miles on. ;-)

  16. 16

    I’m re-reading Carolina Moon by Nora Roberts.  i love this book and I finally found my copy again.

  17. 17
    Katie Ann says:

    I’m reading “The Dead-Tossed Waves” by Carrie Ryan, the sequel to the YA post-zombie-apocalypse novel “The Forest of Hands and Teeth.”  I’m still not sure if I like it, or at least the main character, but I’m intrigued enough with the story and the world she’s built to keep reading.

  18. 18
    GHN says:

    Timeless by Gail Carriger! I saw this book in a store yesterday, and immediately snatched one up – the Parasol Protectorate books are made of win!!  :-D

  19. 19

    Re-reading “An Unexpected Gentleman” by Alissa Johnson.  I hadn’t read the previous book in the series the first time I read it, so now the backstory with Colin being in prison makes a lot more sense.  Her heroes are always sparklingly charming.  I would totally agree to marry a man who suggested I should marry him out of hate to squander his fortune and burn down his houses.

  20. 20
    Faye says:

    I’ll be reading Emilie by Cherie Claire, which is an Acadian romance. This month my romance bookclub is trying to each read a book that could have been about our ancestors. I couldn’t find any that actually took place in French Canada, but this at least starts out there. I’m expecting WTFery galore.

    http://www.amazon.com/Emilie-A…

  21. 21
    MarieC says:

    Just finished Molly Harper’s ‘Nice Girls Don’t Bite their Neighbors’ (loved it!) and am half way through ‘By a Thread’ by J. Estep. After that, S. MacLean’s ‘A Rogue by Any Other Name’…whew!

  22. 22
    Brianne Sherwood says:

    In the middle of Slow Ride by Erin McCarthy

  23. 23

    Finished Sarah Maclean’s ‘A Rogue By Any Other Name’ yesterday (can’t wait for the next one!)and just started Julianne Maclean’s, ‘An Affair Most Wicked’.
    If you love tortured heroes, than definitely check out ‘A Rogue By Any Other Name’!

  24. 24
    Patrice says:

    Just finished Thread of Death and now reading By a Thread by Jennifer Estep. I’ve enjoyed this series a lot. I am really cheering for Owen and feeling sort of swoony about how he’s supporting Gin. I may go back and grab an early In Death next, as I am slowly reading that series or I may jump into Raven Cursed by Faith Hunter. One of the comments reminded me of Grave Witch by Kalayna Price so I need to go see what new books have come out in her series! Lot’s of good suggestions here. Happy Weekend and lots of reading fun to all! :)

  25. 25
    SB Sarah says:

    Thank you Julie! We’re headed north, to what I am told is “snow.” Lots and lots of “snow.” I haven’t seen any this winter so it’ll be fabulous.

  26. 26
    SB Sarah says:

    Oh, that just stinks. Hubby is the same way- if he looks at his phone he starts to get ill. I’m sorry.

    I think we should plan your spring break. Where do you want to go? Heh heh heh.

  27. 27
    Ilona says:

    Had an appalling day yesterday and as a result went to my favourite bookshop and the lovely ladies there recommended I buy First Grave on the Right by Daynda Jones. I’m up to chapter eight and enjoying it muchly

  28. 28
    Susan says:

    I started the Cal Leandros series by Rob Thurman this week in anticipation of the upcoming release of Doubletake.  I’m reading Roadkill now and just have Blackout to go.  Really enjoying the series.

    When I’m done w/ Cal & Co., I have a raftload of new releases in the queue—Lauren Willing, Gail Carriger, C.E. Murphy, Kim Harrison, Connie Suttle. . . .  Never enough time!

    I already had The Madness of Angels on my Kindle, but was putting off starting the series because I thought there was a book before that one that is only available in HB—but maybe I was mistaken.

    Have a safe (and enjoyable) trip, Sarah.

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    DreadPirateRachel says:

    Somewhere warm. I normally tolerate the PNW winters pretty well, but lately I’ve been fantasizing about tropical and/or desert islands (never a good sign when you’re stuck in the middle of an Oregon rainstorm). My Pinterest is flooded with pictures of Hawaii and Santorini.

  30. 30

    Across the Universe by Beth Revis.

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