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  • The Widow of Rose House

    The Widow of Rose House by Diana Biller

    RECOMMENDED: The Widow of Rose House by Diana Biller is $2.99! Aarya loved this one and gave it an A-:

    Try a sample of the first chapter; it hooked me instantly from the first paragraph and never let go. The Widow of Rose House is close to perfection and any lover of historical romance will adore this debut.

    A young widow restores a dilapidated mansion with the assistance of a charming, eccentric genius, only to find the house is full of dangerous secrets in this effervescent Gilded Age debut novel

    It’s 1875, and Alva Webster has perfected her stiff upper lip after three years of being pilloried in the presses of two continents over fleeing her abusive husband. Now his sudden death allows her to return to New York to make a fresh start, restoring Liefdehuis, a dilapidated Hyde Park mansion, and hopefully her reputation at the same time. However, fresh starts aren’t as easy as they seem, as Alva discovers when stories of a haunting at Liefdehuis begin to reach her. But Alva doesn’t believe in ghosts. So when the eccentric and brilliant professor, Samuel Moore, appears and informs her that he can get to the bottom of the mystery that surrounds Liefdehuis, she turns him down flat. She doesn’t need any more complications in her life―especially not a handsome, convention-flouting, scandal-raising one like Sam.

    Unfortunately, though Alva is loath to admit it, Sam, a pioneer in electric lighting and a member of the nationally-adored Moore family of scientists, is the only one who can help. Together, the two delve into the tragic secrets wreathing Alva’s new home while Sam attempts to unlock Alva’s history―and her heart.

    Set during the Gilded Age in New York City, The Widow of Rose House is a gorgeous debut by Diana Biller, with a darkly Victorian Gothic flair and an intrepid and resilient American heroine guaranteed to delight readers.

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  • The Flatshare

    The Flatshare by Beth O'Leary

    RECOMMENDThe Flatshare by Beth O’Leary is $2.99! We had a great guest review of this one and Lisa the Librarian gave it an A-:

    It was romantic, sweet, hot, funny, and original – everything I’m looking for in a romance. I can definitely see myself rereading this in the not-too-distant future.

    Tiffy and Leon share an apartment. Tiffy and Leon have never met.

    After a bad breakup, Tiffy Moore needs a place to live. Fast. And cheap. But the apartments in her budget have her wondering if astonishingly colored mold on the walls counts as art.

    Desperation makes her open minded, so she answers an ad for a flatshare. Leon, a night shift worker, will take the apartment during the day, and Tiffy can have it nights and weekends. He’ll only ever be there when she’s at the office. In fact, they’ll never even have to meet.

    Tiffy and Leon start writing each other notes – first about what day is garbage day, and politely establishing what leftovers are up for grabs, and the evergreen question of whether the toilet seat should stay up or down. Even though they are opposites, they soon become friends. And then maybe more.

    But falling in love with your roommate is probably a terrible idea…especially if you’ve never met.

    What if your roommate is your soul mate? A joyful, quirky romantic comedy, Beth O’Leary’s The Flatshare is a feel-good novel about finding love in the most unexpected of ways.

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  • Ninth House

    Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

    Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo is $2.99! This is Bardugo’s first adult fantasy novel and I want to warn of some graphic depictions of violence and body horror. The first chapter or so should give you a good picture on what you can/can’t handle.

    The mesmerizing adult debut from #1 New York Times bestselling author Leigh Bardugo

    Galaxy “Alex” Stern is the most unlikely member of Yale’s freshman class. Raised in the Los Angeles hinterlands by a hippie mom, Alex dropped out of school early and into a world of shady drug dealer boyfriends, dead-end jobs, and much, much worse. By age twenty, in fact, she is the sole survivor of a horrific, unsolved multiple homicide. Some might say she’s thrown her life away. But at her hospital bed, Alex is offered a second chance: to attend one of the world’s most elite universities on a full ride. What’s the catch, and why her?

    Still searching for answers to this herself, Alex arrives in New Haven tasked by her mysterious benefactors with monitoring the activities of Yale’s secret societies. These eight windowless “tombs” are well-known to be haunts of the future rich and powerful, from high-ranking politicos to Wall Street and Hollywood’s biggest players. But their occult activities are revealed to be more sinister and more extraordinary than any paranoid imagination might conceive.

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  • All the Stars and Teeth

    All the Stars and Teeth by Adalyn Grace

    All the Stars and Teeth by Adalyn Grace is $2.99! This YA fantasy was mentioned both in February’s Hide Your Wallet and in an edition of Cover Awe. Goodreads reviews mention that there are scenes of self harm/blood magic.

    Set in a kingdom where danger lurks beneath the sea, mermaids seek vengeance with song, and magic is a choice, Adalyn Grace’s All the Stars and Teeth is a thrilling fantasy for fans of Stephanie Garber’s Caraval and Sarah J. Maas’s Throne of Glass series.

    She will reign.

    As princess of the island kingdom Visidia, Amora Montara has spent her entire life training to be High Animancer—the master of souls. The rest of the realm can choose their magic, but for Amora, it’s never been a choice. To secure her place as heir to the throne, she must prove her mastery of the monarchy’s dangerous soul magic.

    When her demonstration goes awry, Amora is forced to flee. She strikes a deal with Bastian, a mysterious pirate: he’ll help her prove she’s fit to rule, if she’ll help him reclaim his stolen magic.

    But sailing the kingdom holds more wonder—and more peril—than Amora anticipated. A destructive new magic is on the rise, and if Amora is to conquer it, she’ll need to face legendary monsters, cross paths with vengeful mermaids, and deal with a stow-away she never expected… or risk the fate of Visidia and lose the crown forever.

    I am the right choice. The only choice. And I will protect my kingdom.

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  1. 1
    Cristie says:

    I read The Flatshare earlier this year and really enjoyed it. Wished the ex-boyfriend would’ve got a swift kick in the balls, but definitely recommend.

  2. 2
    DonnaMarie says:

    The Widow of Rose House is what every romance should be. Do not pass on this one, you will regret it.

  3. 3
    Darlynne says:

    I enjoyed THE FLATSHARE and THE WIDOW OF ROSE HOUSE, for completely different reasons, but both for the characters.

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    JenM says:

    Both The Flatshare and The Widow of Rose House were top 20 reads for me. I adored them both. Interestingly, I’d note a TW for both books for past abusive relationships, but on the other hand, thumbs way up for adorable cinnamon roll heroes and strong heroines.

  5. 5
    Egged says:

    I one clicked the widow of rose house and the flatshare so quickly I may have strained something.

  6. 6
    Kris Bock says:

    The Furrever Friends Cat Café Collection: books 1-3 is on sale for $2.99/£2.99 (normally $7.99/£5.99; it’s also in KU).

    The Furrever Friends Sweet Romance series features the workers and customers at a small-town cat café, and the adorable cats and kittens looking for their forever homes. Each book is a complete story with a happy ending for one couple (and maybe more than one rescued cat). These sweet romances will leave you with the warm feeling of cuddling a purring cat.

    Coffee and Crushes at the Cat Café: What do you do when you meet the guy of your dreams? Set him up with your sister, of course. (Founder of the cat cafe and the military vet she hires as master baker)

    Kittens and Kisses at the Cat Café: He’s loved her forever. She still sees him as the neighbor kid. Can five desperate kittens bring them together? (Younger hero with best friend’s older sister)

    Tea and Temptation at the Cat Café: Can two lonely people get a second chance at finding love? (Mature, second-chance romance)

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    Brianna H says:

    The Widow of Rose House is one of those romance books that I wish I could buy 100 copies of and just distribute it to people. I adore that book. Favorite romance I read last year.

  8. 8
    OK says:

    I paid full price for The Widow of Rose House a few months ago (after reading the library book when it first came out and then not being able to re-read because I’m always15th in line). And I’m not even sorry, because it’s so great.

    Honestly, before this book, I didn’t see the appeal of the cinnamon roll hero. They seemed bland somehow, not interesting enough outside of their relationship with the heroine. Oh but I could see it with Sam. Brilliant, funny, sexy, not caring of societal expectations. I ate it all up.

  9. 9
    S.Rose says:

    I really was looking forward to The Widow of Rose House, and paid full price. I DNFed the book. I really didn’t like the hero, I found his following and constantly writing the heroine even after she said no to him to be unacceptably stalkery.

  10. 10
    Ele says:

    Ninth House is one of my favorites of this year so far. However, it does deserve a big trigger warning for violence (including some sexual violence), and I disagree that reading the first chapter gives sufficient warning of what follows, some of which might creep out Stephen King. And it doesn’t really have much romance in it. However, it is really well-written and engrossing. An excellent choice if you like a good scare.

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    Nicolette says:

    Tried out one of those booktubers, ReadwithCindy, and I realized that I have not actually read The Harry Potter series. So I have to bounce. Anyway, back to reading Harold Potts for the first time.

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    Tam says:

    I don’t usually like contemporaries, but ‘The Flatshare’ was lovely, and exactly what I needed right now. (Even if I think it needs a different title, and a much better cover.)

  13. 13
    Blackjack says:

    The Widow of Rose House and The Flatshare were among my very favorite books of 2019. It looks like Diana Biller will have a new release this year and hopefully very soon according to her Twitter feed.

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    taffygrrl says:

    The Flatshare was one of my top books of last year. It was incredibly well executed and all of the characters seemed fully rounded and like they lived complete lives. As people have said, TW for past abusive relationships but boy, does it ever show a heartwarming and inspiring path out of that.

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    Tammy Cat says:

    has anyone read the book woman of troublesome creek by Kim Richardson? its free for kindle unlimited subscribers. it sounds awesome. pack horse librarian bringing books to Kentucky. Her name’s Cussy and she’s one of the blue people. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07LGD67ZZ?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&storeType=ebooks&pageType=kindle&pf_rd_p=9f522126-f2db-4f94-8042-57a847739a51&pf_rd_r=E09ZPK8564T77046HV60&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_t=5601&ref_=dbs_0_def_rwt_mers_c2_kmw_9f522126-f2db-4f94-8042-57a847739a51_0&pf_rd_i=bookshelf

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    JenM says:

    My bookclub just read it last month. This is definitely a good news/bad news book. First the good – it’s a fascinating a look at Appalachian Kentucky in the 1930’s. I’d never heard of the Pack Horse Library Project or of the “blue” people (a real family who carry a rare gene that causes a condition where their blood is brownish rather than red and hence their skin appears blue tinged). The period details and descriptions of the setting are fascinating and the writing is lovely.

    Now for the bad. This book needs a TW for rape, death of children, death in general, and never ending, grinding racism that permeates every aspect of the story (because Cussy is blue, the hill people consider her to be “colored” and treat her accordingly). Not sure what your tolerance is for spoilers so I’ll stop there.

    I read it a month ago, even before current events and still found it hard to read. I pushed through it solely because it was for my bookclub. Right now, there’s no possible way I could finish it but then again, I can hardly bear to read anything right now other than comforting cinnamon roll heroes, fluffy romantic comedies, and not of this world UF/SF/Fantasy. If you are okay with real world grimness, I do recommend it. The others in my bookclub have a much higher tolerance for all that and loved it.

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