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Books on Sale: Classic Deveraux, YA Romance, and More

Books in a shopping cartThere's a Jude Deveraux historical romances on sale right now – woo hoo!

 

The Black Lyon - Jude Deveraux

The Black Lyon is on sale for $1.99 digitally. And, as Jane pointed out on Twitter, there is no explanation why this book is labeled “The Black Lyon (Bernie Rhodenbarr Mysteries)” – but I'm having fun imagining the possibilities!

Darkly handsome and rich beyond imagining, the bold English conqueror was called “the Black Lyon” for his lionlike ferocity. He had no match among enemies, or women . . . until he met Lyonene, the green-eyed beauty whose fiery spirit equaled his own.

Through a whirlwind romance and stormy marriage, she endured every peril to be by his side, until vicious lies and jealousy drove her into danger. Now only the fierce Black Lyon can save her—for he alone has the courage to destroy the ruthless plot threatening to shatter the bond of love the Lyon and his lady vowed would never be broken . . .

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The Girlfriend Project

The Girlfriend Project, a somewhat Cyrano-esque YA romance, is $1.99.

On the outside, Reed is the high school hottie, but on the inside, he’s still the clueless dork with braces and thick glasses who has never been kissed. Reed simply doesn’t know how to talk with girls, and it’s up to the Internet to get him up to speed and out on the market. Reed’s friend sets up a website to help him figure out how to meet girls and get in to dating circulation, but he’s confused about what he wants in a relationship.

Soon, the website develops into more than just a way to get Reed a girlfriend.The Girlfriend Project reveals the struggle of teen dating with all its extraordinary highs and heart breaking lows, with rare insight into the vulnerability and insecurity guys often hide. This book is for any teen who has ever felt like the odd one out when it comes to dating-or in other words, every teen.

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The International Kissing club

The International Kissing Club is $1.99 digitally.

Piper, Cassidy, Mei, and Izzy have been best friends their whole lives. And they’ve always agreed on one goal: to get out of tiny Paris, Texas, and see the world. The school’s foreign exchange program seems like the perfect escape: Piper will go to the original Paris; Mei will go to China; Cassidy will go to Australia; and Izzy, unable to afford the program, will stay at home.

To add spice to their semester away, and to stay connected to their best friends, the girls start The International Kissing Club, a Facebook page where they can anonymously update one another and brag about all the amazing guys they’re meeting. After all, these girls are traveling abroad: amazing guys abound at every turn! But sometimes fun, flirty vacation flings turn into more serious romances, and sometimes you don’t return from abroad the same person you were. Will the girls’ relationships-and their friendships-be able to survive?

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    Lara says:

    I have no idea why Jude Deveraux’s book, would have that subtitle as it rightly belongs to a mystery series by Lawrence Block, The Burglar Who… Great series though, if any of y’all are into mysteries.  Much lighter and funnier than his Matthew Scudder series.

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    hapax says:

    “Darkly handsome and rich beyond imagining, the bold English conqueror was called “the Black Lyon” for his lionlike ferocity. He had no match among enemies, or women . . . until he met Bernie, the thrill addict thief.  She broke into his treasury, but ended up stealing his heart!

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    Liz says:

    Deveraux’s The Enchanted Land is also on sale for $1.99, at least for Nook. I remember carrying this in my backpack in high school so I’d have something to read besides textbooks…

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    Ken Houghton says:

    The links for The Girlfriend Project go to Law’s The Enchanted Land.

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    SB Sarah says:

    Dangnabbit – my bad. All fixed now. Sorry about that!

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    GhengisMom says:

    So.. one of the reviews of Black Lyon mentions rape and spousal abuse. Anyone verify or discredit this? I can’t read these kind of books (triggers) so want to avoid this one if it’s true.

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