The Cowboy and the Princess by Lori Wilde is $1.99. This is a contemporary western fairytale romance set in Jubilee, Texas.
Brady Talmadge was a cowboy with five unbreakable rules:
1) Never pick up a pretty hitchhiker
2) Avoid damsels in distress
3) Never order chili at a truck stop
4) Always trust your gut
5) Never tell a lie . . .
This is what happened when he broke all his rules . . . and got into a whole lot of trouble.
On the run from an arranged marriage, Princess Annabella of Monesta dons the guise of a hitchhiking cowgirl. But when she finds herself drenched, alone, and hungry, she has no choice but to trust the tall Texas horse whisperer who offers her a ride. He's like no one she's ever known–a strong sexy man who says just what he thinks.
And when one wild kiss leaves her breathless, she quickly realizes she'll give up everything to spend a lifetime of night times in his arms. But how can there be happily-ever-after with palace guards hot on her trail?
Stealing Parker is a YA romance set in high school sports, and it's $1.99. I don't know how I missed this book when it came out, but boy howdy does it look good. The reviews are giddy and glowing, too. This book deals with religious small-town culture, bigotry and ostracization, and I seriously want to read it.
Parker Shelton pretty much has the perfect life. She’s on her way to becoming valedictorian at Hundred Oaks High, she’s made the all-star softball team, and she has plenty of friends.
Then her mother’s scandal rocks their small town and suddenly no one will talk to her.
Now Parker wants a new life. So she quits softball. Drops twenty pounds.
And she figures why kiss one guy when she can kiss three? Or four. Why limit herself to high school boys when the majorly cute new baseball coach seems especially flirty?
But how far is too far before she loses herself completely?
My Wicked Gladiators is an erotic menage historical romance set in ancient Rome. It's currently $2.99. It also has two covers that show up – which do you like better? The menage cover is a “Yup, they're doing it” cover – and clearly communicates that, ahoy, there be menage.
But when her husband Lucius, the owner of aprestigious gladiatorial school, uses her body as a bargaining tool to increase his fortunes, she is faced with doing as he demands, or finding herself on the street.
Forced to lay with masked gladiators chosen by Lucius, Alba is surprised to discover pleasure in being powerless.
Only in the forbidden arms of Caius and Marcus does she find comfort, however temporary it may be.
But with Lucius’ demands looming and the threat of death for her gladiators ever-present, will Alba’s fleeting pleasures be enough?
Or will Alba finally grab hold of her happily ever after, no matter the consequences?