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Books on Sale: Deveraux Novels and Novellas

Shopping Cart with booksThere are more Jude Deveraux novels discounted a little and a lot – and a short story of hers that I love is on sale digitally for .99c. I featured a few earlier, but here's some more! Deveraux is one of those authors who holds up well for me on re-read, even if the book is 20+ years old. I love her early books like whoa and magic twins. 


The Enchanted Land

The Enchanted Land is $1.99 on sale, and features probably one of my very favorite 80s names: Morgan Wakefield. Recalling Morgan Fairchild AND Sweet Valley? Word. 

For beautiful Morgan Wakefield, the enchanted land is the ranch in New Mexico her father has left her. But the only way for her to inherit is if she lives there for a year with a husband. And so Morgan proposes a marriage of convenience to a man she just met—handsomely rugged rancher Seth Colter.

In Seth's powerful embrace, Morgan discovers a passion she never knew existed, and an unexpected new love blossoms between them. But devastating challenges and betrayal conspire against these lovers, and they will have to fight for a future together on this wild, enchanted land.

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Just Curious - a Novella

RECOMMENDED: This is a .99c US novella originally published in an anthology called Simple Gifts that I have read over and over. It is wonderfully sweet and simple – with all the Deveraux hallmarks, like twins and shopping and clever heroines and over the top adorableness and it's just smile-sigh wonderful. I hope, if you try it, you'll let me know what you think. 

In the snow-covered hills of Virginia, a young widow finds that miracles really do come in the least expected packages. 

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Moonlight in the Morning

Moonlight in the Morning is $4.74 digitally. Between this, the third cover for Crystal Cove, and the cover for On the Island, I think “lady walking toward the ocean” is a growing fad. This is the first book in Deveraux's Edilean trilogy.

In an all-new trilogy set in blissful Edilean, Virginia, Jude Deveraux weaves together the tales of three young women, best friends since college, and the lives, loves, and dreams that await them. Sparks are flying between Jecca Layton and Dr. Tristan Aldredge. At the urging of her dear friend Kim, Jecca put the ruthless New York City art world on hold to spend the summer pursuing her passion for painting while enjoying Edilean’s tightly knit artistic community.

For years, Kim’s cousin Tris—the town’s handsome and dedicated doctor—felt a deep connection to Kim’s college “sister” Jecca, though they had met only once before; now, Jecca is swept off her feet by this strong, sensitive man in a summer of sensual delights. But when long shadows announce Jecca’s return to “real life” and the big city, the lovers must decide: Can they survive the distance? And who will sacrifice the life they’ve created for themselves to be together?

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Stranger in the MoonlightStranger in the Moonlight is book two, and it's also $4.74. The biggest question, aside from whether you want to try it: does that model most resemble Lindsay Lohan, Kate Middleton, or Alyssa Milano?

In the second novel in her bestselling Edilean trilogy, Jude Deveraux returns to the idyllic Virginia town where three best girlfriends joyfully reunite as they each seek out their heartfelt dreams and desires. Kim Aldredge is delighted that her dear college “sister” Jecca has found lasting love with Kim’s cousin Tristan.

But despite her flourishing jewelry-making career, Kim’s own happiness seems as distant as the childhood summer when she played the hours away with young Travis Merritt, who came to Edilean with his mother under mysterious circumstances.

At the end of that innocent season, he promised Kim he would return one day . . . and then vanished without even a goodbye. Years later, a worn photo is Kim’s only proof of the perfect joy they shared. But when she least expects it, Travis, now a savvy Manhattan attorney, will crash into her life once more. Will Kim see the boy she knew under the man he’s become?

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General Bitching...

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  1. 1
    SelenaBlake says:

    When I saw the title for this post, I thought you were referring to my Deveraux boys and was wondering how you knew they were going on sale this weekend. Great minds… LOL Carry on.

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    SB Sarah says:

    I am your creepy psychic friend.

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    laj says:

    I recently got The Enchanted Land from the library.  I thought is was one of the worst books I ever tried to read!
    I like Devereux, The Duchess is one of my favorite romances and I am enjoying her new series too, but TEL made me sick. 

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    samalamadingdong says:

    I tried to read Lavender Morning, the first in the Edilean series. It was OMG-Terrible. A wicked hot mess of a story. I couldn’t even make it to the end.

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    persnickety says:

    Ah, i read just curious in an anthology (which i then got rid of), I couldn’t remember the title or the author, but I remembered the story.  yay.  well apart from the whole not available in australia issue (amazon won’t even admit it exists as an ebook novella).  Which just means that my husband is going to buy another book he doesn’t remember buying.

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    runswithscissors says:

    ‘Just Curious’ is a favourite Christmas story of mine, though I haven’t read it for years.  (That’s if it’s the one I’m thinking of with the patented by-her-ability-to-tell-the-twins-apart-shall-ye-know-her plotline and the hero and heroine being super adorable when they wake up in bed together on Christmas morning.) 

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    SB Sarah says:

    There’s ample morning adorableness, and Deveraux’s patented twin magic is at work, yes. This is the one where the heroine wants to open a baby supply superstore.

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    Diane says:

    Jude Devereaux – hmph. “Hot mess” is such an accurate description of several of her books – ye Gods, does no one edit her? I gave up after ‘The Blessing’. She tries to incorporate way too many ideas that have nothing to do with each other. Characters are not developed; they are completely changed!

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