RECOMMENDED: First Grave on the Right is the first book in Darynda Jones' Charley Davidson series, and it's $2.99 right now. When I've been at conferences with Jones, readers and authors come up to her and tell her how much they love this series. This book won the Golden Heart in 2009, and the RITA for Best First Book in 2012. The heroine, Charley, is terrific. I listened to the audiobook performance by Lorelei King (after buying the Kindle copy on sale I was offered a discounted audio copy) and it was really good. I didn't want to stop walking the dogs, that's for sure.
Charley sees dead people. That’s right, she sees dead people.
And it’s her job to convince them to “go into the light.” But when these very dead people have died under less than ideal circumstances (i.e. murder), sometimes they want Charley to bring the bad guys to justice.
Complicating matters are the intensely hot dreams she’s been having about an Entity who has been following her all her life…and it turns out he might not be dead after all.
In fact, he might be something else entirely.
And you know what's better than viking vampire Navy SEAL angels? Viking vampire Navy SEAL angels for .99c! Go hard or go home, is what I always say when it comes to vampire viking Navy SEAL angels. But you knew that.
What romance reader can resist a hero who is both Viking…and vampire? In the second installment of New York Times bestselling author Sandra Hill's exciting Deadly Angels series, Nicole Tasso, Navy SEAL is powerless to resist the “vangel” in her midst…
And the mystery surrounding her thousand-year-old suitor only makes him more desirable…and more dangerous!
Filled with Sandra Hill's trademark combination of smoldering sensuality and laugh-out-loud humor, Kiss of Surrender: A Deadly Angels Book will leave paranormal and urban fantasy romance fans hungry for more from this award-winning author.
We've been over this: If you're going to have angels, make them vampire viking angels, right? Right. Kiss of Temptation is $1.99. The first book in the series is .99c, and the second, Kiss of Pride, is about $5.00, so if you're after viking vampire angels, you can have all three for around $8.
The thing I like about Sandra Hill's writing, whether she's got time traveling vikings who find careers in Hollywood or who bring their entire posse of children with them into the future, is that the over-the-top what whaat? aspect is done knowingly. There's a comedy to these books with the silliness, and I'm always a fan of comic silliness.
Kiss of Tempation is the third romance in New York Times bestselling author’s Sandra Hill’s beloved Deadly Angels series. For centuries, Ivak Sigurdsson has served the archangel Michael as a vangel – a viking vampire angel. Ready to demonstrate that he is more than just a libidinous heartbreaker, he agrees to help lawyer Gabrielle Sonnier.
But while her problems are in need of serious attention, so is their attraction for one another. Sexy and sassy, Kiss of Temptation features plenty of witty innuendo, passion, and a hint of mystery.
Fans of paranormal romance will enjoy this racy page-turner featuring a strong, smart heroine and a bad boy turned hero.
Austenland is $1.99 digitally today as an Amazon daily deal. Not sure if price matching faeries will get to this one. This book was a Sizzling Book Club pick, and I listened to the audioversion, which was equally good. If you buy the Kindle sale, you might get an offer for the Audible version at a discount, too – definitely grab it. Excellent narration. Alas, the movie was nowhere near as good as the book.
Jane is a young New York woman who can never seem to find the right man-perhaps because of her secret obsession with Mr. Darcy, as played by Colin Firth in the BBC adaptation of Pride and Predjudice.
When a wealthy relative bequeaths her a trip to an English resort catering to Austen-obsessed women, however, Jane’s fantasies of meeting the perfect Regency-era gentleman suddenly become more real than she ever could have imagined.
Is this total immersion in a fake Austenland enough to make Jane kick the Austen obsession for good, or could all her dreams actually culminate in a Mr. Darcy of her own?