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  • Holiday Fakeout

    Holiday Fakeout by

    Holiday Fakeout is 99c! This anthology just dropped and features over 20 romances with fake dating during the holidays. Talk about catnip! If I did my math correctly with the listed page count, each story is 100 pages or slightly more.

    Need a date for the holidays? Oh joy…We’ve got you covered with 22 fake holidates to heat up your season!

    Travel from small towns to cosmopolitan cities, snow covered mountains to gorgeous mansions. You’ll meet sexy billionaires, brainy tech gods, buff journalists, sinfully cocky athletes, and sizzling hot chefs. They’re naughty and nice (and everything in between) and they’re enough to fulfill any romantic fantasies.

    These 22 swoon-worthy heroes are ready to be your *fake* plus-one at holiday events, from Christmas weddings to Chanukah and Kwanza celebrations. Each starts out as a charade, and though they might lie to family, friends, or co-workers, they won’t be able to fool themselves when a very real romance develops.

    Escape into addictive takes of second chances, sweet new beginnings, secret crushes, friends to lovers, love triangles, and forbidden rendezvous. Throw in a mix of suspense, laughs, passion, and temptation, and your holidays are set.

    Download HOLIDAY FAKEOUT now to get the season started. The tingles, butterflies, and swoons brought on by these sweet and scorching stories will have you wondering which book boyfriend you should bring home for the holidays.

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  • Deal with the Devil

    Deal with the Devil by Kit Rocha

    Deal with the Devil by Kit Rocha is $2.99! Sneezy reviewed this one and gave it a B:

    Despite my confusion regarding some of the worldbuilding, the characters and their relationships are developed beautifully, and the entire story thrummed with the sort of vitality that you can only get from a post-apocalyptic road trip with suped-up BAMFs. I can’t rave enough about the emotional literacy this book is built on, which I find incredibly catnippy.

    Orphan Black meets the post-apocalyptic Avengers in the vein of Ilona Andrews’ Hidden Legacy series by USA Today and New York Times bestselling author duo Kit Rocha

    The United States went belly up 45 years ago when our power grid was wiped out. Too few live in well-protected isolation while the rest of us scrape by on the margins. The only thing that matters is survival. By any means. At any cost.

    Nina is an information broker with a mission: to bring hope to the darkest corners of Atlanta. She and her team of mercenary librarians use their knowledge to help those in need. But altruism doesn’t pay the bills—raiding vaults and collecting sensitive data is where the real money is.

    Knox is a bitter, battle-weary supersoldier who leads the Silver Devils, an elite strike squad that chose to go AWOL rather than slaughter innocents. Before the Devils leave town for good, they need a biochem hacker to stabilize the experimental implants that grant their superhuman abilities.

    The problem? Their hacker’s been kidnapped. And the ransom for her return is Nina. Knox has the perfect bait for a perfect trap: a lost Library of Congress server. The data could set Nina and her team up for years…

    If they live that long.

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  • Hidden Figures

    Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly

    RECOMMENDED: Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly is $2.99 and a Kindle Daily Deal! Carrie did a Lightning Review of it, and she gave it an A:

    This is a gripping read that keeps its focus on the intelligence and perseverance of the women who helped win the war and who made space flight possible. 

    Soon to be a major motion picture starring Golden Globe–winner Taraji P. Henson and Academy Award–winners Octavia Spencer and Kevin Costner

    Set against the backdrop of the Jim Crow South and the civil rights movement, the never-before-told true story of NASA’s African-American female mathematicians who played a crucial role in America’s space program—and whose contributions have been unheralded, until now.

    Before John Glenn orbited the Earth or Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, a group of professionals worked as “Human Computers,” calculating the flight paths that would enable these historic achievements. Among these were a coterie of bright, talented African-American women. Segregated from their white counterparts by Jim Crow laws, these “colored computers,” as they were known, used slide rules, adding machines, and pencil and paper to support America’s fledgling aeronautics industry, and helped write the equations that would launch rockets, and astronauts, into space.

    Drawing on the oral histories of scores of these “computers,” personal recollections, interviews with NASA executives and engineers, archival documents, correspondence, and reporting from the era, Hidden Figures recalls America’s greatest adventure and NASA’s groundbreaking successes through the experiences of five spunky, courageous, intelligent, determined, and patriotic women: Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson, Christine Darden, and Gloria Champine.

    Moving from World War II through NASA’s golden age, touching on the civil rights era, the Space Race, the Cold War, and the women’s rights movement, Hidden Figures interweaves a rich history of scientific achievement and technological innovation with the intimate stories of five women whose work forever changed the world—and whose lives show how out of one of America’s most painful histories came one of its proudest moments.

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  • A Common Scandal

    A Common Scandal by Amanda Weaver

    A Common Scandal is Amanda Weaver is $1.99! Right now, this price is only available through Amazon. This is a Victorian historical romance and book two in the Grantham Girls series. Book one was reviewed well on the site and has been a previous bestseller.

    Finishing school taught Amelia Wheeler how to put on a well-mannered performance—when she’s not bored and looking for trouble. Lady Grantham’s is behind her and now it’s time for Amelia to keep her promise to her dying mother: marry a title and leave her wild days behind.

    That promise would be much easier to keep if Nate Smythe hadn’t just reappeared in a London ballroom. The son of an impoverished sailor, Nate—Natty, as he used to be called—has grown up to become handsome, rich and polished. He claims to be looking for a proper bride who can advance his business interests, but that doesn’t stop him from seeking out Amelia every chance he gets. Challenging her. Kissing her.

    Suddenly, struggling against her simmering passion is the least of Amelia’s problems—one of her titled suitors is hiding a desperate secret that could stop Amelia from pleasing her parents or finding happiness with Nate. As a weeklong house party threatens to derail her hard-won future, Amelia must decide: fight against disaster or act like the lady she’s promised to become?

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  1. 1
    chacha1 says:

    ‘Hidden Figures’ is SO GOOD.

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    Lostshadows says:

    “Soon to be a major motion picture”

    They really need to update the book description for Hidden Figures.

    The movie was good, the book was much better. (No white saviors shoehorned in.)

  3. 3
    Rhiannon says:

    Trying to figure out from Holiday Fake-out’s Table of Contents which story/stories might be Chanukah, but can’t tell. Although for 99cents I’ll probably buy it anyway.

  4. 4
    Karin says:

    It looks like Weaver’s Grantham Girls book 3, A Reluctant Betrothal, is also on sale for $1.99. I remember liking the first book. It was romance but had some of a women’s fiction feel to it.

  5. 5
    Varian Ross says:

    Does anyone know what the ration of Christmas to other holidays the anthology has? From the titles it looks like mostly Christmas, but I’d like to be wrong.

  6. 6
    Darlynne says:

    I never got the Orphan Black vibe from DEAL WITH THE DEVIL. Also no librarian vibe, except that they find/house books maybe. This was the biggest disappointment for me reading-wise in a long time.

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    Jeannette says:

    Thank you @kareni! I’m glad to get my own copy of To Hive and to Hold. Hopefully this means that Amy Crook is coming out with a new book soon.

  9. 9
    A.j. says:

    I think my main comment when reading “Deal With The Devil” was this book promised me mercenary librarians. Too much mercenary, not enough librarian.

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    wingednike says:

    I’m reading the 2nd book in the Mercenary Librarians series and there’s slightly more libraryish stuff going on

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