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Books on Sale: Historicals, Satire, and Paranormal Romance

 Book Royal BridesmaidsRoyal Bridesmaids is an anthology featuring Stephanie Laurens, Galen Foley, and Loretta Chase novellas, all centered around a royal wedding. The anthology is $1.99, and is worth buying for the Chase novella, Lord Lovedon's Duel which is really lovely. (Thanks to Heather S for the heads up.)

 In this original anthology, New York Times bestselling authors Stephanie Laurens, Gaelen Foley, and Loretta Chase tell us what it really takes to get the bride to the royal altar. They need to do more than “smile, wave, and look delighted”!

Stephanie Laurens: A Return Engagement
Lady Nell Daughtry has her hands full getting her reluctant bride sister safely married to the Prince of Lautenberg. Then she learns she's paired with Robert Knightley . . . the fiancé who walked away.

Gaelen Foley: The Imposter Bride
Lady Minerva must ensure her country's princess is wed to handsome Prince Tor. Then the bride bolts, and bridesmaid becomes—bride!

Loretta Chase: Lord Lovedon's Duel
When Chloe Sharp hears the handsome Earl of Lovedon say her sister's royal marriage is a match made in money, she challenges him to a duel—for love and honor.

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 Book Single White Vampire



Single White Vampire is $1.99 right now. This is book #3 in Lynsay Sands' Argenau series.

SWM – “Lucern.” Successful biographer of family, books recently categorized as “paranormal romance.” Something of a recluse. Hates crowds, aggressive women. Doesn't like sunbathing, garlicky dinners or religious symbols. Likes old-fashioned values; spicy Mexican dishes; warm, nice-smelling neck; and plump red lips. Stronger than ten men and can vanish in the blink of an eye. Currently unaware he's seeking a woman to share eternity.

SWF – “Kate C. Leever.” Newest editor of Romance at Roundhouse Publishing. Perky, fun. Has recently discovered a legacy author just dying to be broken out. In fact, her career could take off from it. (The tall, dark, handsome writer just needs to be taken to several romance conventions and introduced to his fans . . . and stopped from acting so strange in public.) Dislikes “difficult, rude, obnoxious, pig-headed writers.” Currently she's met the man of her wildest dreams.


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 Book Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk This isn't a romance but this is a book I have heard a lot about, including a lot of praise. Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk is a novel about a young man on a “victory tour” after serving in Iraq, and takes place in a few hours' time at a Dallas Cowboy's game. It's a Kindle Daily Deal at $1.99 today only.

 A ferocious firefight with Iraqi insurgents at “the battle of Al-Ansakar Canal”—three minutes and forty-three seconds of intense warfare caught on tape by an embedded Fox News crew—has transformed the eight surviving men of Bravo Squad into America's most sought-after heroes. For the past two weeks, the Bush administration has sent them on a media-intensive nationwide Victory Tour to reinvigorate public support for the war.

Now, on this chilly and rainy Thanksgiving, the Bravos are guests of America's Team, the Dallas Cowboys, slated to be part of the halftime show alongside the superstar pop group Destiny's Child. Among the Bravos is the Silver Star–winning hero of Al-Ansakar Canal, Specialist William Lynn, a nineteen-year-old Texas native. Amid clamoring patriots sporting flag pins on their lapels and Support Our Troops bumper stickers on their cars, the Bravos are thrust into the company of the Cowboys' hard-nosed businessman/owner and his coterie of wealthy colleagues; a luscious born-again Cowboys cheerleader; a veteran Hollywood producer; and supersized pro players eager for a vicarious taste of war. Among these faces Billy sees those of his family—his worried sisters and broken father—and Shroom, the philosophical sergeant who opened Billy's mind and died in his arms at Al-Ansakar.

Over the course of this day, Billy will begin to understand difficult truths about himself, his country, his struggling family, and his brothers-in-arms—soldiers both dead and alive. In the final few hours before returning to Iraq, Billy will drink and brawl, yearn for home and mourn those missing, face a heart-wrenching decision, and discover pure love and a bitter wisdom far beyond his years.

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  1. 1
    Spinster says:

    Hm.  On the one hand, anthologies are my catnip.  On the other, Stephanie Laurens’ florid prose makes me want to purify my Nook with fire.  Decisions, decisions…

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    Dread Pirate Rachel says:

    I like you, Spinster. Let’s be friends.

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    flchen1 says:

    Spinster, the Laurens story was definitely the weakest of the trio.  I did enjoy Ms. Chase’s and Ms. Foley’s was entertaining as well.

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    cleo says:

    I love anthologies and Loretta Chase but I was so unimpressed with their Royal Weddings anthology tbat I skipped this one. I may reconsider if the Chase is good in this one.

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    Heather S says:

    All of the reviewers on Amazon seem to agree that Loretta Chase’s contribution is by the far the strongest. I’m not even going to read the other two. I got it just to get my LC fix. :)

    Capcha: I hope that my section of Loretta Chase books will number 77.

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    LenoreJ says:

    For fans of traditional regencies, many of Anne Barbour’s Signet regencies are 99 cents at Regency Reads and Amazon…

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