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  • Not the Duke’s Darling

    Not the Duke’s Darling by Elizabeth Hoyt

    Not the Duke’s Darling by Elizabeth Hoyt is $1.99! We ran a guest review from Ellen before they became a regular reviewer. Ellen gave it a B-:

    Overall, I think if you are sufficiently intrigued by the premise of a secret order of Wise Women, you’ll enjoy the book. And if you don’t typically crave a lot of angst and emotional torment in your romance you might enjoy it more than I did!

    New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Hoyt brings us the first book in her sexy and sensual Greycourt Series!

    Freya de Moray is many things: a member of the secret order of Wise Women, the daughter of disgraced nobility, and a chaperone living under an assumed name. What she is not is forgiving. So when the Duke of Harlowe–the man who destroyed her brother and led to the downfall of her family–appears at the country house party she’s attending, she does what any Wise Woman would do: she starts planning her revenge.

    Christopher Renshaw, the Duke of Harlowe, is being blackmailed. Intent on keeping his secrets safe, he agrees to attend a house party where he will put an end to this coercion once and for all. Until he recognizes Freya, masquerading amongst the party revelers, and realizes his troubles have just begun. Freya knows all about his sins. Sins he’d much rather forget. But she’s also fiery, bold, and sensuous-a temptation he can’t resist. When it becomes clear Freya is in grave danger, he’ll risk everything to keep her safe. But first, Harlowe will have to earn Freya’s trust-by whatever means necessary.

    Features a bonus novella from New York Times bestselling author Grace Burrowes!

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  • Reborn Yesterday

    Reborn Yesterday by Tessa Bailey

    Reborn Yesterday by Tessa Bailey is 99c! This, I think, was mentioned on a previous Hide Your Wallet, and it may be Bailey’s first paranormal romance. I’m a Bailey fan, but have been let down by her most recent contemporaries, but this one certainly had me interested. Have you read this one?

    A timeless love story with bite.

    It was a night like any other for funeral home director Ginny Lynn, until the exceptionally handsome—and unfortunately deceased—young man on her embalming table sat up, opened his emerald eyes and changed the course of her life forever, making her feel quite fluttery while he was at it.

    Humans aren’t supposed to know Jonas Cantrell, or any vampire, exists. It’s kind of a major rule. Despite his instantaneous bond with perfectly peculiar Ginny, he has no choice but to erase her memories of their one and only meeting.

    That was the plan. Before a reluctant Jonas can wipe Ginny’s mind clean, she reveals a secret that brings their worlds crashing together. Human and vampire. Past and present. Darkness and light. And while their love is strictly forbidden, it might be the only thing that can save them…

    Reborn Yesterday is a standalone paranormal romantic comedy with a happily ever after.

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  • The Secret Heart

    The Secret Heart by Erin Satie

    The Secret Heart by Erin Satie is FREE! This is the first book in the No Better Angels series. If you’re curious about Satie’s romances after Catherine’s recent review of Book of Love, this is a great opportunity to start!

    She’s a fortune-hunter. He’s nobody’s prey.

    Adam, Earl of Bexley, lives to work. His only relief is the sordid savagery of bare-knuckle boxing. Not women, and definitely not a disreputable, scheming woman who dances in secret with such passion…

    Caro Small is desperate to escape her selfish family. Her only chance is a good marriage, and she intends to marry Adam—whether he likes it or not. But the more she schemes to entrap him, the more she risks trapping her own heart.

    Adam won’t be caught by a fortune-hunter’s ambitious schemes. But the vulnerable, passionate woman underneath the plots might just bring him to his knees.

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  • Beyond Series: Volume One

    Beyond Series: Volume One by Kit Rocha

    The Beyond Series: Volume One by Kit Rocha is on sale for $1.99! Three books for less than two bucks! Be warned that these dystopian romances are on the darker side and it definitely qualifies as erotica, but the series comes highly recommended.

    BEYOND SHAME (87,000 words, 354 pages)

    All Noelle Cunningham has ever wanted is a life beyond the walls of Eden, where only the righteous are allowed to remain. But ruins lie outside the City, remnants of a society destroyed by solar storms.

    Those ruins house the corrupt and the criminal–men like Jasper McCray, bootlegger and cage fighter. He’ll defend the O’Kane gang with his life, but no fight prepared him for the exiled City girl who falls at his feet.

    Her innocence is undeniable, and so is their attraction. But if she wants to belong to Jas, she’ll have to open herself to a world where passion is power, and freedom is found in submission.

    BEYOND CONTROL (100,000 words, 398 pages)

    Alexa Parrino escaped a life of servitude to become one of the most influential people in Sector Four, where the O’Kanes rule with a hedonistic but iron fist. There’s nothing she wouldn’t do for the gang–and for its leader. But she bows to no one, not even Dallas O’Kane.

    Dallas fought to carve order out of the chaos of the sectors. Danger threatens his people, but his liquor business is flourishing, and new opportunities fuel his ambition. Lex could help him expand his empire–and no one says no to the king of Sector Four.

    Falling into bed is easy, but their sexual games are anything but casual. Attraction quickly turns to obsession, and their careful dance of heady dominance and sweet submission uncovers a need so deep, so strong, it could crush them both.

    BEYOND PAIN (89,000 words, 350 pages)

    Live fast, die young–anything else is a fantasy for Six. She’s endured the worst the sectors had to throw at her, but falling in with Dallas O’Kane’s Sector Four gang lands her in a whole new world of danger. They’re completely open about everything, including their sexuality–but she hasn’t survived this long by making herself vulnerable. Especially not to men as dominant as Brendan Donnelly.

    Bren is a killer, trained in Eden and thrown to the sectors. His one outlet is pain, in the cage and in the bedroom, and emotion is a luxury he can’t afford–until he meets Six. Protecting her soothes him, but it isn’t enough. Her hunger for touch sparks a journey of erotic discovery where anything goes–voyeurism, flogging, rough sex. He has only one rule: he won’t share her.

    In Bren’s arms, Six is finally free to let go. But his obsession with the man who made him a monster could destroy the fragile connection they’ve forged, and cost him the one thing that makes him feel human–her love.

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  1. 1
    Ren Benton says:
    +25

    Rose Levy Beranbaum’s THE BAKING BIBLE is $3.99. It’s one of the rare cookbooks that I grabbed on the cheap digitally and decided to invest in the hardback (my preferred format for keeper cookbooks). There are PAGES and PAGES of instructions for every recipe, which can look daunting, but once you internalize the education contained therein, you can just do the thing without reading every word, and you can take those techniques with you into your other baking (e.g., you’d better believe I now slice butter lengthwise, lay it out in a rectangle, and beat it with a rolling pin until it’s the right size for not-in-this-book croissants instead of softening, whipping, smearing, and rechilling because now it’s too warm to stay in place). Best apple pie I’ve ever had in my life is probably worth the price of admission.

  2. 2
    Emily B says:
    +12

    I never read paranormal romance, but I picked up Reborn Yesterday because I love Tessa Bailey. I don’t really know how it compares to other paranormals, but I had a lot of fun with this one. It’s basically a quirky vampire rom-com, but with very hot steamy scenes because that’s what Bailey does. The second in the series featuring the vampire hunter who is (of course) in love with a vampire was even better because Roksana is a great character. The third and final in the series comes out today and I’m very much looking forward to it.

  3. 3
    Annie Kate says:
    +17

    I read The Secret Heart ages ago, and I only realized while reading that the heroine was 17 and the hero was in his mid-twenties, which—while undoubtedly historically accurate!—is gross, and not what I want to read in a romance novel written in the 2010s. There are many historically accurate things we’ve now culturally accepted are gross and not romantic. The idea of a desperate 17-year-old girl (love the book description calling her a “woman” when she is, again, 17) as a calculating fortune hunter ensnaring a man nearly a decade older than her was also gross. The whole book made me feel like I needed to jump in the shower and scrub.

  4. 4
    Teev says:
    +5

    Not sure if it’s been mentioned before, but Heart Of Fire by Bec McMaster is free (at Amazon, anyway)

  5. 5
    Lisa F says:
    +2

    Grabbing The Secret Heart; I remember enjoying Not the Duke’s Darling as well.

  6. 6
    LML says:
    +2

    @Annie Kate, I agree with you in principle, and don’t think I would enjoy the book. Your comment started me thinking about age differences now and then. According to Wikipedia, the average lifespan in 1800s England was about 40 years which makes marriage at 17 a bit more understandable.

  7. 7
    LML says:
    +3

    Over the years I’ve read Rose Levy Beranbaum’s Cake Bible and Pie Bible from cover to cover for the sake of learning new things about baking and understanding the things I already knew. I’ve actually made very few of the recipes but the knowledge gained is invaluable to me when I approach any baking project.

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