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Books on Sale: The Fault in Our Stars, plus Robyn Carr and Janet Evanovich Titles on Sale

 Book The Fault in Our StarsRECOMMENDED  The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is currently $3.99. This is a powerful YA novel and will likely make you uglycry for a bit, but you'll end up telling everyone you know about it. This is one of those books that every corner of my personal Facebook feed has talked about at one point of another. 

 Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis.

But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten.




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Book The Newcomer




The Newcomer is book 2 in Robyn Carr's Thunder Point series, and it's 50% off at $4.00 digitally. That's not as low as some sale prices, but this book came out on July 1, 2013, so it's pretty new. I liked the first book in the Thunder Point series, The Wanderer (SB grade: B-), and have this on my Kindle to read very soon when I want to relax and visit the town community.

 Single dad and Thunder Point's deputy sheriff “Mac” McCain has worked hard to keep everyone safe and happy. Now he's found his own happiness with Gina James. The longtime friends have always shared the challenges and rewards of raising their adolescent daughters. With an unexpected romance growing between them, they're feeling like teenagers themselves-suddenly they can't get enough of one another.

And just when things are really taking off, their lives are suddenly thrown into chaos. When Mac's long-lost-and not missed-ex-wife shows up in town, drama takes on a whole new meaning.

They're wondering if their new feelings for each other can withstand the pressure…but they are not going down without a fight.

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 Book Back to the Bedroom

 Back to the Bedroom is an older title from Janet Evanovich, and it's currently .79c-.99c digitally, depending on the retailer. This book was originally published in 1989 and has been revised by the author, according to the description. Have you read this book?

For months he'd thought of her as the Mystery Woman, draped in a black velvet cloak, with outrageous red curls, flawless skin, and carrying a large, odd case–but the night David Dodd saw a helicopter drop a chunk of metal through the roof of his lovely neighbor's bedroom, he got to meet the formidable and delightful Katherine Finn at last!

Rescuing damsels and fixing roofs was dangerous work, he told her, and at the very least he deserved a kiss–didn't he? Kate couldn't argue with Dave's logic, but how could she, the driven concert musician with more commitments than hours in the day, be falling head over heels for a likable cuddler who seemed to be drifting through life?

No one had ever made her feel as cherished or desirable, and she'd never had so much fun, but even though her eccentric boarder, Elsie, assured her that where Kate was concerned Dave had plenty of ambition, could she really love a guy who was just smart, sexy and rich?

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    cleo says:

    I read Back to the Bedroom when it was re-released a few years ago. I enjoyed it although it’s not a DIK. The heroine is a cellist and the hero is a laid back good guy (and I am a sucker for a laid back hero). The plot was completely ridiculous iirc, but fun and I liked the characters.

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    Jen G. says:

    I just finished The Fault in Our Stars last night!  One of the best books I’ve read this year, but I literally had trouble reading the last few chapters because I couldn’t see through tears.  That said, I normally hate uglycry books and wholeheartedly recommend this one.

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    Emily says:

    I totally uglycried through the last part of The Fault in Our Stars, and for some time after.  Such a great book.

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    ridiculousspider says:

    I didn’t uglycry at the end of The Fault in Our Stars.  It is one of the best books I’ve read in years.  And how John Green captures a teenage girl’s thought and feelings is just amazing to me.  I did, however, uglycry somewhere around the halfway mark of Looking for Alaska.  John writes guilt-ridden grief a little too well.  ;___;

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