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  • The Duke Who Didn’t

    The Duke Who Didn’t by Courtney Milan

    RECOMMENDED: The Duke Who Didn’t by Courtney Milan is $2.49! This is a KDD and I know many of you have been waiting for this to go on sale! Catherine gave this a squee grade:

    The Duke Who Didn’t was always going to be a book that made me happy. Humour, food, and a gentle hero who just wants the heroine to be less stressed are a pretty good formula for getting onto my keeper shelf.

    Miss Chloe Fong has plans for her life, lists for her days, and absolutely no time for nonsense. Three years ago, she told her childhood sweetheart that he could talk to her once he planned to be serious. He disappeared that very night.

    Except now he’s back. Jeremy Wentworth, the Duke of Lansing, has returned to the tiny village he once visited with the hope of wooing Chloe. In his defense, it took him years of attempting to be serious to realize that the endeavor was incompatible with his personality.

    All he has to do is convince Chloe to make room for a mischievous trickster in her life, then disclose that in all the years they’ve known each other, he’s failed to mention his real name, his title… and the minor fact that he owns her entire village.

    Only one thing can go wrong: Everything.

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  • Act Your Age, Eve Brown

    Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert

    Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert is $2.99! This is a newish release and a KDD. It’s the third book in The Brown Sisters series, which we’ve all enjoyed at the site. Do you have a favorite of the three? Mine might be Take a Hint, Dani Brown.

    Eve Brown is a certified hot mess. No matter how hard she strives to do right, her life always goes horribly wrong—so she’s given up trying. But when her personal brand of chaos ruins an expensive wedding (someone had to liberate those poor doves), her parents draw the line. It’s time for Eve to grow up and prove herself—even though she’s not entirely sure how…

    Jacob Wayne is in control. Always. The bed and breakfast owner’s on a mission to dominate the hospitality industry—and he expects nothing less than perfection. So when a purple-haired tornado of a woman turns up out of the blue to interview for his open chef position, he tells her the brutal truth: not a chance in hell. Then she hits him with her car—supposedly by accident. Yeah, right.

    Now his arm is broken, his B&B is understaffed, and the dangerously unpredictable Eve is fluttering around, trying to help. Before long, she’s infiltrated his work, his kitchen—and his spare bedroom. Jacob hates everything about it. Or rather, he should. Sunny, chaotic Eve is his natural-born nemesis, but the longer these two enemies spend in close quarters, the more their animosity turns into something else. Like Eve, the heat between them is impossible to ignore—and it’s melting Jacob’s frosty exterior.

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  • Silver Silence

    Silver Silence by Nalini Singh

    Silver Silence by Nalini Singh is $1.99! This is the start to the first Psy-Changeling Trilogy. If you’re wondering whether you can start here, the answer is yes. Elyse did, though still have some questions, and gave it a B:

    I think Silver Silence will be a big hit with readers of the series, and a little less effective with newcomers. I did love the healthy portrayal of an alpha hero, though, and found the world of the bear shifters to be fun and fascinating.

    New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh introduces a bold new chapter in her extraordinary paranormal romance saga with the Psy-Changeling Trinity series. Wild passion will encounter the darkest of betrayal…

    Control. Precision. Family. These are the principles that drive Silver Mercant. At a time when the fledgling Trinity Accord seeks to unite a divided world, with Silver playing a crucial role as director of a worldwide emergency response network, wildness and chaos are the last things she needs in her life. But that’s exactly what Valentin Nikolaev, alpha of the StoneWater Bears, brings with him.

    Valentin has never met a more fascinating woman. Though Silver is ruled by Silence—her mind clear of all emotion—Valentin senses a whisper of fire around her. That’s what keeps him climbing apartment buildings to be near her. But when a shadow assassin almost succeeds in poisoning Silver, the stakes become deadly serious…and Silver finds herself in the heart of a powerful bear clan.

    Her would-be assassin has no idea what their poison has unleashed…

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  • Virgin River

    Virgin River by Robyn Carr

    Virgin River by Robyn Carr is $1.99! This is the in the Virgin River series, and features a mystery baby and a military hero. It’s also been made into a Netflix show. Have you watched? This series has been mentioned a couple times on the site, especially if you like small town romances.

    Wanted: Midwife/nurse practitioner in Virgin River, population six hundred. Make a difference against a backdrop of towering California redwoods and crystal-clear rivers. Rent-free cabin included.

    When the recently widowed Melinda Monroe sees this ad, she quickly decides that the remote mountain town of Virgin River might be the perfect place to escape her heartache, and to reenergize the nursing career she loves. But her high hopes are dashed within an hour of arriving: the cabin is a dump, the roads are treacherous and the local doctor wants nothing to do with her. Realizing she’s made a huge mistake, Mel decides to leave town the following morning.

    But a tiny baby, abandoned on a front porch, changes her plans… and former marine Jack Sheridan cements them into place.

    Melinda Monroe may have come to Virgin River looking for escape, but instead she finds her home.

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  1. 1
    Jenny says:

    “Better Than People” and “Best Laid Plans”, the first two books in Roan Parrish’s Garnet Run series, are each $1.99 on Amazon US.

  2. 2
    Musette says:

    I absolutely adored the Dani story! I have Eve just in from the library but bought the Kindle sale because I love her writing. Looking forward to it!

  3. 3
    Patricia K says:

    What’s a KDD?

  4. 4
    SB Sarah says:

    A KDD is a Kindle Daily Deal, which are usually price matched at other retailers, but only last 24 hours.

  5. 5
    Carrie G says:

    A Deal with the Elf King by Elise Kova is on sale for 99 cents today. It is a very enjoyable fantasy. It feels a little like a YA, but not totally. Recommended, especially at that price. It’s free if you have Kindle Unlimited.

  6. 6
    FashionablyEvil says:

    The Duke Who Didn’t didn’t, er, work for me. I found Chloe to be really annoying and the level of deception (nine years of lying by omission!) was too much for me.

  7. 7
    Caro says:

    I only read it last year but I loved Silver Silence. I think Nalini Singh’s depiction of her heroes has changed over the series because of the earlier DarkRiver shifter blokes really skirted the line between respectful and being an ass. I’ve read all the books and I will admit my understanding of the PsyNet and such things is a bit…well I wouldn’t be looking to copy any of my answers if we had to do an exam on it, is all I’m sayin’.

    (I read the series out of order because that’s how I roll. It harkens back to my childhood days reading the Chalet School series especially which I’d buy when I’d find it in random shops when on holidays around Ireland so characters were referencing events I hadn’t come across yet or jumped ages depending on what book I’d stumbled across randomly).

  8. 8
    Tam says:

    I also read the Chalet School series all out of order, and used to get confused about the generations sometimes. Poor Jo, getting stuck with triplets!

  9. 9
    LML says:

    @Caro, @Tam, you aroused my indignation – voraciously reading child that I was, how did I miss these books?! Oh. Perhaps not published in the U.S… And holy cannoli, look at the prices today ($700+).

  10. 10
    cleo says:

    Stupid Love (Stumbling into Love #1) is on sale for .99 at Amazon. The 2nd book in the series is on sale for 2.99 and the 3rd just came out. It’s a nice fluffy IR MM romance series.

    Here’s my GR review of Stupid Love

    4/5 stars
    Welp, that was adorable. Frenemies to lovers MM NA IR romance set in Atlanta. Two compelling and believable twenty-somethings snarking, flirting, denying and stumbling their way into love. Just what I wanted to read.

    I was annoyed by the writing style at first – it’s written in alternating first person and some of the descriptions and explanations seemed stilted to me. But once I got caught up in the story I didn’t notice it. Now that I’m done, I think the storytelling was really good even if some of the wording was off. There’s a lot going on for a low conflict romance and it could have been a big mess of mashed up tropes, but the author deftly wove it all together to create this light, joyful romance.

    I loved that the hh and their friends felt like real twenty-somethings, with small apartments and budgets and multiple gigs – so refreshing compared to the 23 yo executives running around other romances. I also liked the bi rep.

  11. 11
    cleo says:

    @Cleo – forgot the author. Stupid Love by Riley Hart is on sale on Amazon.

  12. 12
    Karen H near Tampa says:

    Seconding FashionablyEvil. I stopped reading pretty early on as Chloe annoyed me a lot and the hero wasn’t enough to compensate for the annoyance (actually, he annoyed me, too). I have read and really enjoyed other Courtney Milan books, just not this one.

  13. 13
    Vicki says:

    I am not sure who is responsible but someone keeps putting Nahlini Singh’s books on sale. It is wrecking havoc with my plans to bring my TBR pile under control. Oh, well, one-clink and hope I get to the TBR soonish.

  14. 14
    Courtney M says:

    @Caro I totally agree! I think it’s partially that the earlier books in her series are Of a Certain Era (namely, 2000’s paranormal romance, which was infested with alphahole heroes) and partially that her writing has gotten better and more nuanced over time. At least her earlier heroes are still readable, as opposed to some other books of that era.

    It’s funny you mention reading them out of order, because I’m usually a strict story order kind of person, but I started reading the Psy-Changeling series because I stumbled across one of the later short stories (Bastien’s), went back to start the series from the beginning, and now it’s among my favorite series. If not for that, I’m not sure I would have gotten into it, as I had started Singh’s books with the Guild Hunter series and initially couldn’t get though the second(?) book in that series due to a combo of a bad break up in my personal life and Raphael’s alpha male bullshit (turns out my tolerance for male bullshit in my novels is directly related to my tolerance for male bullshit in real life, who knew?!). (Ultimately I did go back and read the whole Guild Hunter series, and if I’m recalling correctly in the book I initially didn’t made it through the hero ends up having to confront the fact that being an overprotective dipshit was actually damaging his relationship/the heroine, which was at least kind of redeeming? It at least made it possible to keep reading the series even though Raphael and Elena are never going to be my favorite Singh couple.)

  15. 15
    Emily C says:

    The Duke Who Didn’t is my favorite Courtney Milan book. The “not a twist” twist actually worked so well for me I laughed out loud when it hit.
    I also recommend listening to Sarah’s podcast interview with CM about writing the book and what she was trying to do narratively with a low conflict hit of dopamine.

  16. 16
    Emily says:

    I loved that Courtney Milan! It was low-conflict and had lots of delicious food descriptions and I liked the side characters.

  17. 17
    Ceece says:

    I loved The Duke who Didn’t. I enjoyed the story, the humor was great, the quality of writing was wonderful, and I related even to the people I can’t relate to (I am not a micromanager, I’m more of a chaos agent but not on purpose). I understood the deception by omission based on the information in the story. And, because it made sense to me, it didn’t bother me. Milan, for me, is one of the best writers out there. This one’s lighter than some of her past works, but after the year I’ve had and the loss I’ve felt, I really wanted a joyful read. Despite some serious moments, this story fit the joy bill.

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