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Today’s Books on Sale – Two Sets!

Books in a shopping cartThe last day of Sourcebooks' one-day-only sales is today- and there are 12 historical romances with “Lady” in the title on sale. No word on if they're ladies leaping or ladies dancing, but they're all 99c. I'll break up the list into two entries for ease of reading. 

Happy shopping, y'all! 



A Lady and Her Magic Rules Are Made to be Disobeyed…

Sophia Thorne is new to the Regency's glittering high society, which resembles her magical homeland only insofar as both places are filled with ridiculous rules. Which means no matter where she goes, she's bound for trouble…

And Scandals Are Meant to be Shocking…

The Duke of Robinsworth has flaunted and shocked society for years. In a moment of fateful mischief, Robinsworth encounters the enchanting and distinctly scandalous Sophia. Between her streak of magical mischief and his penchant for scandal, they're about to take rule-breaking to a whole new level…

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A Gentleman Says I Do Her Writing Talent is Causing All Kinds of Trouble…

The daughter of a famous writer, Catalina Crisp has helped her father publish a parody that makes Iverson Brentwood's whole family the talk of the town, and not in a good way.

Because He's the Reality Behind the Story…

Furious and threatening, Iverson storms into Catalina's house, demanding satisfaction, but the infamous rake has finally met his match. With her cool demeanor and intense intelligence, Catalina heats his blood like no other woman in his notorious history…

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A Lady's Revenge

Nothing Gets Between a Lady and Her Vengence…

In a daring rescue, beautiful and wily secret operative Cora deBeau is reunited with her childhood friend Guy Trevelyan, who wants so much more from her now than friendship …

He'll Stoke the Fire Until They Both Go Up In Flames…

But Cora's mission against the French has become personal, and even the fire between her and Guy won't deter her. When it comes to getting sweet, cruel revenge, nothing will stand in a lady's way…

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Lady Maggie's Secret Scandal Maggie Windham is the Duke of Moreland's eldest, but illegitimate, daughter. She leads a retiring, dignified life… until stolen letters bring Maggie to investigator Benjamin Hazlit's door.

When it becomes clear Maggie is being blackmailed, Benjamin becomes determined to find not just the letters, but the way to Maggie's heart.

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The Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine “Wanted: one husband, not too particular. Small dowry, several books, sundry furnishings, and elderly aunt included. Idlers, time-wasters, and gentleman without other attachments need not apply.”—Miss Sophie Valentine


Sophie Valentine knew placing an ad for a husband in the Farmers Gazette would bring her trouble-and she was right. When the darkly handsome, arrogantly charming Lazarus Kane shows up on her doorstep, the nosy residents of Sydney Dovedale are thrown into a gossiping tizzy. After all, it's common knowledge that Sophie is a young lady In Need of Firmer Direction. But even Sophie isn't so scandalous as to marry a complete stranger. .. is she?

SEEKS HANDSOME STRANGER Lazarus Kane has been searching for Sophie half of his life. She may not remember him, but he could never forget her. But the past is a dangerous thing, and it's best if his remains secret if he wants to tempt Sophie with a most improper proposal.

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lady Amelia's Mess and a HalfJake broke her heart by leaving her after sharing a passionate kiss. 

Lady Amelia broke his by marrying his best friend.

When she returns to town a widow—pursued by an infamous rake, Jake's debauched brother, and just maybe by himself—Lady Amelia will have a mess and a half on her hands.

A sparkling romp through the ton, Lady Amelia's Mess and a Half delivers a witty Regency romance in which misunderstandings abound, reputations are put on the line, and the only thing more exciting than a scandal is true love.

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Hey. I just realized: nearly every cover has a nipple on it. Were there a lot of nipples running around the Regency, do you think?


General Bitching...

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  1. 1

    Tell me, author of A Lady and her Magic, how exactly does one “flaunt” society? Do you just wander around casually mentioning how shiny and awesome your circle of acquaintances is? Or do you, I don’t know, drop a lot of names? And why would you want to both flaunt AND shock society? Doesn’t it seem like those two things, while not exactly contradictory, are perhaps counterproductive?

    Unless you mean “flout,” in which case, carry on.

    Cover copy writers of the world, we can do better than this.

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    Wench says:

    Just FYI, “A Gentleman Says I Do” and “Lady Maggie’s Secret Scandal” are coming up full price at BN. They are 99 cents at Amazon, though.

    BN does still have a bunch of other things on sale for 99 cents though, so it’s probably worth taking a look. There’s a bunch of Stephanie Laurens, Tessa Dare, even some free stuff.

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    Angstriddengoddess says:

    That’s why society was so shocked. It hadn’t expected to find itself being flaunted.

    Poor author, probably didn’t expect the copywriter to flout spelling.

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    MissB2u says:

    Is this a tough room or WHAT?!

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    Lenorej says:

    Heh. Heh. We flaunt AND we flout at the bitchery.

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    Cate Hulk says:

    Heh. Nipples. And that first one has two nipples showing, just to make up for the stingy no-nipples guy on Lady Amelias Mess And A Half.

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    Sel says:

    I am going to point out that there were probably, on average, two nipples for every person running around during the Regency era. Except for those unfortunates born without one or both nipples, or those who might have lost one in a war or chest-related mishap.

    However much ‘running around’ said nipples did, though, they probably would not have done so in public quite as frequently as these covers depict.

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    GhengisMom says:

    I love Grace Burrowes. I just started Maggie’s story and I’m enjoying it so far.

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    GhengisMom says:

    Also Wonderful by Jill Barnett is $1.99 on Kindle…

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