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  • Born in Fire

    Born in Fire by Nora Roberts

    Born in Fire by Nora Roberts is $2.99! This is the first book in the Irish Born series and I remember this series being a huge favorite amongst reads. Do you have a favorite Roberts series?

    Three modern sisters bound by the timeless beauty of Ireland…

    The eldest Concannon sister, Maggie, is a reclusive, stubborn and free-spirited glassmaker—with a heart worth winning.

    Margaret Mary is a glass artist with an independent streak as fierce as her volatile temper. Hand-blowing glass is a difficult and exacting art, and while she may produce the delicate and the fragile, Maggie is a strong and opinionated woman, a Clare woman, with all the turbulence of that fascinating west country.

    One man, Dublin gallery owner Rogan Sweeney, has seen the soul in Maggie’s art, and vows to help her build a career. When he comes to Maggie’s studio, her heart is inflamed by their fierce attraction—and her scarred past is slowly healed by love…

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  • If We Were Villains

    If We Were Villains by M. L.  Rio

    If We Were Villains by M.L. Rio is $2.99! This is contemporary fiction with a mystery and is highly recommended for fans of Shakespeare. My roommate loved it and was completely taken aback by the ending, but said it took a while to really get into at first.

    Enter the players. There were seven of us then, seven bright young things with wide precious futures ahead of us. Until that year, we saw no further than the books in front of our faces.

    On the day Oliver Marks is released from jail, the man who put him there is waiting at the door. Detective Colborne wants to know the truth, and after ten years, Oliver is finally ready to tell it.

    Ten years ago: Oliver is one of seven young Shakespearean actors at Dellecher Classical Conservatory, a place of keen ambition and fierce competition. In this secluded world of firelight and leather-bound books, Oliver and his friends play the same roles onstage and off: hero, villain, tyrant, temptress, ingénue, extra. But in their fourth and final year, the balance of power begins to shift, good-natured rivalries turn ugly, and on opening night real violence invades the students’ world of make believe. In the morning, the fourth-years find themselves facing their very own tragedy, and their greatest acting challenge yet: convincing the police, each other, and themselves that they are innocent.

    Part coming-of-age story, part confession, If We Were Villainsexplores the magical and dangerous boundary between art and life. In this tale of loyalty and betrayal, madness and ecstasy, the players must choose what roles to play before the curtain falls.

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  • Calling It

    Calling It by Jen Doyle

    Calling It by Jen Doyle is $2.99! This is a contemporary sports romance with a “no strings attached” scenario. Many loved the characterization of the hero and heroine and found the romance to be really sweet. It has a 3.8-star rating on Goodreads. Have you read this one?

    Baseball player Nathan Hawkins needs to get away from Chicago. After a near career-ending car accident and with paparazzi surrounding his penthouse, Nate can only think of one place to go: home. But when he finds his old apartment occupied by a half-naked woman wielding a baseball bat, he’s not sure what to think…except that maybe his luck has finally changed for the better.

    Librarian Dorie Donelli never thought she’d get to meet her fantasy man in person–much less while she’s wearing her bathrobe. To her surprise, her nearly naked run-in with Nate leads to more unclothed encounters. But Dorie is sure their fling is only temporary. As long as she remembers he’ll be gone once his life gets back on track, she won’t get hurt. In the meantime, she throws herself into enjoying their three weeks together before he has to report for spring training and go back to his old life.

    For Nate, being with Dorie is the only time in months that he finds himself smiling. Laughing. And he has no intention of letting that go. He might even be falling in love…if only Dorie will let him say the words. What they have isn’t just a dream, but the start of a dream come true.

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  • When a Duke Says I Do

    When a Duke Says I Do by Jane Goodger

    When a Duke Says I Do by Jane Goodger is 99c! This historical romance has marriage arrangements, scandalous affairs, and a hero who’s spent time in an asylum. Readers loved Alex, the “damaged hero” of the story, while some felt the characters were rather one-dimensional in their actions. It’s the first book in the Lords and Ladies series.

    Miss Elsie Stanhope resided in Nottinghamshire, an area so rich in titled gentlemen, so felicitous for marriage-minded mamas, it was called “the Dukeries.” Indeed, Elsie had been betrothed since childhood to the heir of a dukedom. She had no expectation it would be a love match. Still less that she would enter into a shockingly scandalous affair with an altogether different sort of lover. And the very last thing she imagined was that the mysteries of his birth would be unraveled with as many unforeseen twists and turns as the deepest secrets of her heart.

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  1. 1
    chacha1 says:

    I LOVED ‘IF WE WERE VILLAINS.’ Yes I am yelling, sorry. I’ve actually promised myself a re-read for Halloween even though it’s not a Halloween book. It’s not quite a mystery or a thriller or a romance, though it has all of those elements. There’s a lot of Shakespeare (I never wanted to read ‘King Lear’ until I read this book), and it’s an academic setting; it’s ‘new adult’ but in a very unusual way. I’ve been craving a sequel because, while this is neatly wrapped up, there is further story shimmering in the distance that I’d love to read.

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    DiscoDollyDeb says:

    From my Lit-Fic loving daughter: IF WE WERE VILLAINS is similar to, but in her opinion better than, Donna Tartt’s THE SECRET HISTORY.

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    Jeanne says:

    I recently read IF WE WERE VILLAINS and absolutely loved it, devoured it in about a day. I agree with @chacha1, it somehow has very autumnal, Halloween-y vibes. One pivotal scene takes place at Halloween, but other than that, the story is not tied to it. Still, fitting.
    I’d also say that I enjoyed it more than THE SECRET HISTORY, which I did like as well. Definitely recommended.

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    SandyH says:

    I tried to to read if we were villains and it was a DNF book for me.

  5. 5
    hng23 says:

    Y’all had me at ‘Shakespeare’, so now I’m on the hold list at the library. That might actually give me some time to read the books I have on loan.

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    wingednike says:

    Claim it for fall. If I remember correctly, the E.T.A Hoffman “Nutcracker” starts on Christmas Eve but the rest of the story takes place after the holiday.

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    Msb says:

    Favorite Roberts series: the wedding-business tetralogy and the witches’s trilogy (despite the terrible scansion of the spells). The Irish books are a bit too misty-eyed for me.

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