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  • I’ve Got My Duke to Keep Me Warm

    I’ve Got My Duke to Keep Me Warm by Kelly Bowen

    I’ve Got My Duke to Keep Me Warm by Kelly Bowen is $1.99! This is the first book in the Lords of Worth series and it was mentioned in a guest post on “feminist favorites.” I thought we had mentioned it in something else as well, but I couldn’t locate anything.

    WHERE SECRETS SMOLDER . . .
    Calm. Cool. Collected. Gisele Whitby has perfected the art of illusion-her survival, after all, has depended upon it. Years ago, to escape an abusive husband, Gisele “disappeared.” Now she must risk revealing her new identity to save another innocent girl from the same fate. But she needs a daring man for her scheme, and the rogue in question shows a remarkable talent . . . for shattering Gisele’s carefully constructed facade and igniting her deepest desires.

    . . . PASSION IGNITES
    This isn’t the first time Jamie Montcrief has awakened naked and confused from a night of drinking. It is, however, the first time a stunningly beautiful woman offers him payment afterward. Gisele has a business proposition for him, a mission involving cunning thievery and a brazen rescue. How can he say no to a plot this dangerous . . . and a woman this delectable?

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  • Angel in a Devil’s Arms

    Angel in a Devil’s Arms by Julie Anne Long

    RECOMMENDED: Angel in a Devil’s Arms by Julie Anne Long is $1.99! Catherine reviewed this one and gave it an A:

    Angel in a Devil’s Arms was just enormous fun to read. It’s sweet, it’s sexy, it’s fun, and it’s just a little bit subversive. Highly recommended.

    From USA Today bestselling author Julie Anne Long comes the second book in an exciting new historical romance series, the first since her beloved Pennyroyal Green series.

    He has devil’s blood in his veins. At least, that’s always been the legend. How else could the Duke of Brexford’s notorious bastard son return from the dead? The brutal decade since Lucien Durand, Lord Bolt, allegedly drowned in the Thames forged him into a man who always gets what—and who—he wants. And what he wants is vengeance for his stolen birthright…and one wild night in Angelique Breedlove’s bed.

    Angelique recognizes heartbreak when the enigmatic Lord Bolt walks into The Grand Palace on the Thames, and not even his devastating charm can tempt her to risk her own ever again. One scorching kiss drives home the danger.

    But in the space between them springs a trust that feels anything but safe. And the passion—explosive, consuming—drives Lucien to his knees. Now his whole life depends on proving his love to a woman who doesn’t believe in it…because his true birthright, he now knows, is guardian of Angelique Breedlove’s heart.

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  • Wild Child

    Wild Child by Molly O'Keefe

    Wild Child by Molly O’Keefe is $1.99 at Amazon! This is a contemporary romance, and the first book in the Boys of Bishop series. It has a 3.6-star average, but I really liked this review from Michelle:

    Ignore the cover. The cover is miles away from what this book actually is, which is fucking BRILLIANT. Not that it isn’t sexy. It is. O’Keefe writes some seriously hot sex scenes. But the thing about this book is that she just claws her way right through the usual shallow, barely realized romance tropes to the stripped down core of her characters, and then she digs some more. She reaches in and digs around and pulls out great bloody handfuls of REAL.

    Monica Appleby is a woman with a reputation. Once she was America’s teenage “Wild Child,” with her own reality TV show. Now she’s a successful author coming home to Bishop, Arkansas, to pen the juicy follow-up to her tell-all autobiography. Problem is, the hottest man in town wants her gone. Mayor Jackson Davies is trying to convince a cookie giant to move its headquarters to his crumbling community, and Monica’s presence is just too . . . unwholesome for business. But the desire in his eyes sends a very different message: Stay, at least for a while.

    Jackson needs this cookie deal to go through. His town is dying and this may be its last shot. Monica is a distraction proving too sweet, too inviting—and completely beyond his control. With every kiss he can taste her loneliness, her regrets, and her longing. Soon their uncontrollable attraction is causing all kinds of drama. But when two lost hearts take a surprise detour onto the bumpy road of unexpected love, it can only lead someplace wonderful.

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  • We Sold Our Souls

    We Sold Our Souls by Grady Hendrix

    RECOMMENDED: We Sold Our Souls by Grady Hendrix is $1.99! Carrie read this one and gave it an A-:

    It’s a fantastic celebration of music, it has great characters, it’s funny and sad and awful and terrifying and hurrah and feminist, and it is all about how our passions can save our souls.

    A new novel of supernatural horror (and pop culture) from the author of HorrorstorMy Best Friend’s Exorcism, and Paperbacks from Hell.

    In the 1990s, heavy metal band Dürt Würk was poised for breakout success — but then lead singer Terry Hunt embarked on a solo career and rocketed to stardom as Koffin, leaving his fellow bandmates to rot in rural Pennsylvania.

    Two decades later, former guitarist Kris Pulaski works as the night manager of a Best Western – she’s tired, broke, and unhappy. Everything changes when she discovers a shocking secret from her heavy metal past: Turns out that Terry’s meteoric rise to success may have come at the price of Kris’s very soul.

    This revelation prompts Kris to hit the road, reunite with the rest of her bandmates, and confront the man who ruined her life. It’s a journey that will take her from the Pennsylvania rust belt to a Satanic rehab center and finally to a Las Vegas music festival that’s darker than any Mordor Tolkien could imagine. A furious power ballad about never giving up, even in the face of overwhelming odds, We Sold Our Souls is an epic journey into the heart of a conspiracy-crazed, paranoid country that seems to have lost its very soul…where only a girl with a guitar can save us all.

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  1. 1
    Msb says:

    Uh, Bolt combines with Breedlove? Really?

  2. 2
    Sandra says:

    I like that Rolling Stone riff on the We Sold Our Souls cover…

  3. 3
    K.N. O'Rear says:

    I read I GOT A DUKE TO KEEP ME WARM recently and it was a fun read, but the cover is not accurate at all. The book is actually set in May and the hero is not even a duke and hardly blue-blooded at all (he’s a bastard son of a duke). Just thought I’d mention the inaccuracy in case anyone picks this book up wanting a wintery read.

  4. 4
    LMC says:

    @K.N. O’Rear: I agree about the cover! I almost didn’t read Kelly Bowen because of the cover and the punny title–I thought it might too much icing vs. cake for me. But Bowen is a wonderful writer and her books have humor and a lot of thought to them. Lots of cake and icing, too!

  5. 5
    Emily says:

    I read We Sold Our Souls and it was creepy and sad and made me feel drained afterwards but I couldn’t stop reading it. It’s gruesome the way Horrorstor is, so if that bothered you I’d say to skip it. It’s very good mythology, I guess I’d say?

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    DiscoDollyDeb says:

    Molly O’Keefe is a fabulous writer—she’s one of the few writers who’s an auto-buy for me. She’s not afraid of emotionally messy situations that put her characters through the wringer; and she’s not afraid of having her characters screw up (often more than once) before they learn from their mistakes. There’s usually an underlying melancholy in her stories and always plenty of angst. Love her books!

  7. 7
    MaryK says:

    Kerry Greenwood’s The Spotted Dog is 1.99 at Amazon.

  8. 8
    Tam says:

    I really liked both of the Palace of Love books. I’m in a bit of a Regency romance funk right now (I keep DNF’ing authors I’ve loved in the past), but Julie Anne Long managed to hit a sweet spot with these two novels.

  9. 9
    DonnaMarie says:

    Wild Child was my first Molly O’Keefe, and it made her an auto buy author for me. This was a great book. You cannot go wrong here.

  10. 10
    Lisa F says:

    These are four great picks, all for different reasons. The Long is likely the best of the lot but I really like everything Hendrix does.

  11. 11
    Susan/DC says:

    It’s true that the hero of Bowen’s “I’ve Got My Duke to Keep Me Warm” is actually the bastard son of a duke, but not by much. His parents married a few hours after his birth — long enough to keep him from the title but it would be wrong to think of him as an unacknowledged by-blow. In this he is like Constantine Huxtable in Mary Balogh’s “The Secret Affair”.

  12. 12
    Lexica says:

    I really liked We Sold Our Souls but wanted to stress that it’s very definitely horror. There was at least one scene that I speed-skimmed, trying to avoid putting too many of the details into my head.

  13. 13
    FashionablyEvil says:

    I thought Angel in a Devil’s Arms was okay—there’s good witty banter and found family, but the plot was pretty thin to the point that I thought the central “conflict” could have been eliminated and it could have just been about two people who had been hurt in the past trying to make a better go of it this time.

  14. 14
    Karen Kiely says:

    O’Keefe is an auto-buy author for me for all the reasons mentioned by others. And I one-clicked on We Sold Our Souls–can’t wait to dive in when I’m in a horror mood!

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