Thanking the April Advertisers

Time to thank the folks who advertised here for the month of April. If you noticed or clicked on the ads, you helped support advertisers who want to target romance readers, and the upkeep and general mayhem that's part of hosting, postage-ing, and managing the hot pink palace of Bitchery. 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.

Jessica Clare - Manhunting  Shawntelle Madison - Coveted

Tessa Dare - A Week to be Wicked  Priya Ardis - My Boyfriend Merlin

Angela Campbell  Darlene Marshall: Sea Change

Mandy Roth - The Raven Books  Knight Agency Presents

Jill Sorenson - Caught in the Act  Phaeton Black - Jillian Stone

The Taker - Alma Katsu  Kelley Armstrong - Darkness Rising Trilogy

  Abby Wood- Consent to Love, Carina Press

Tracy Anne Warren - Princess Peer  Samhain Publishing - Lauren Dane


So, what books have caught your eye online this month, here, there or anywhere? 





General Bitching...

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    Taylor Reynolds says:

    I clicked on Tessa Dare’s “A Week to be Wicked,” loved it, and started the first book in the series last night.

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    Hollyg238 says:

    I clicked on Lauren Dane’s “Beneath the Skin” – first time reading her….loved it and ended up buying the entire de la vega and Cascadia Wolf series.  I have two book left to read which I will have finished within 3-4 days.

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    StarOpal says:

    My Boyfriend Merlin was probably the most eye catching for me this month. Still on the fence about actually getting it though

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    cyclops8 says:

    I have Shawntell’s Madison’s debut “Coveted” in my tbr pile.

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    KatieF says:

    I don’t know who does Jillian Stone’s covers but they are fantastic! I loved the Phaeton Black cover from this month and the earlier Affair with Mr. Kennedy cover too.


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    cleo says:

    I picked up 3 of the ARe earth day freebies.  One was good – Cherise Sinclair’s Master of the Mountain (but I already like Sinclair).  The other two were by new to me authors and they were not good – one was an erotic short story that was ok but kind of boring, and the other (The Battle Lord’s Lady) was just bad – bad, bad, bad.  I liked the premise – post apocalyptic love story between a “mutant” woman and a “normal” man who’s supposed to destroy mutants, but omg was it bad.  Imagine an old skool noble savage captive story plus zombies, mutants, and a heroine who believes she’ll lose her remarkable warrior skills if she loses her virginity (but she’s willing to risk it with the guy who *kidnapped* her and whose men massacred half her village because she luurrrves him).  On second thought, don’t imagine that.

    Ugh. I need brain bleach.

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