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Books on Sale: New Adult, Paranormal Historical, and Something Different

 Book Falling Into YouFalling Into You is $1.99 until 12 May 2013.  

I sat next to Jasinda Wilder at RT's book signing and watched as readers came up to her and positively shimmied with excitement at meeting her. Their excitement was one powerful recommendation for me. This is a New Adult title and the author's listing includes the following: “**Mature Content Warning** 17+ for language, and adult situations. HEA ending.”

  I wasn't always in love with Colton Calloway; I was in love with his younger brother, Kyle, first. Kyle was my first one true love, my first in every way. Then, one stormy August night, he died, and the person I was died with him.

Colton didn't teach me how to live. He didn't heal the pain. He didn't make it okay. He taught me how to hurt, how to not be okay, and, eventually, how to let go.

Nell Hawthorne is in love with her life-long best friend, Kyle Calloway. Their young love is invincible and life is full of promise; then one night Kyle dies suddenly in a tragic accident and Nell is forever changed. She meets Kyle's older brother Colton for the first time at the funeral. They both struggle to move on with life as best they can.

Years later, they meet again in New York City, and Colton realizes that Nell has never really gotten over Kyle's death. She seems to be harboring a deeply rooted pain, a heavy weight of guilt and regret. He knows he shouldn't get involved, but he can't help himself. Trust doesn't come easily for either of them, and they both have demons. Together, they learn the purpose of pain and the meaning of healing, and the importance of forgiveness.

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 Book A Lady and Her Magic



The Lady and Her Magic is $2.99 at Amazon. This is a paranormal historical – with a cover that really doesn't appeal to me – but the reviews are mixed enough that I'm curious. Some reviewers love the magic, the lightness and the faerie-vs-Regency take on the historical setting, while others found it implausible and the conflicts too easily resolved.

 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.

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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 Book The Magician's AssistantThis isn't a romance but the description was so intriguing to me. The Magician's Assistant is on sale for $2.99, or lower for some vendors.

 Sabine– twenty years a magician's assistant to her handsome, charming husband– is suddenly a widow. In the wake of his death, she finds he has left a final trick; a false identity and a family allegedly lost in a tragic accident but now revealed as very much alive and well.

Named as heirs in his will, they enter Sabine's life and set her on an adventure of unraveling his secrets, from sunny Los Angeles to the windswept plains of Nebraska, that will work its own sort of magic on her.

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  1. 1

    I loved The Magician’s Assistant! It’s one of my very favorite Ann Patchett novels – and there actually is a lovely and surprising f/f romance subplot. :)

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    Barb says:

    I was intrigued by Falling into You.  Do not know this author, but I just used your link to buy the book.  Thanks :)

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    Susan says:

    “The Duke of Robinsworth has flaunted and shocked society for years.” Really? At least use a dictionary to write the damn blurb. It’s flouted. Grrr.

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    shawny J says:

    LOVE Ann Patchett. State of Wonder should be mandatory reading for everyone.

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