An Easy Death by Charlaine Harris is $3.99! This is the first book in the fantasy western Gunnie Rose series. I’m super curious about it and have the first book just sitting on my TBR. One thing that does bug me is that the third book in the series is coming out and the cover is a big departure from the previous two books.
The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo is $1.99! I saw a few tweets about this one by the book’s editor and I wanted to include those quotes here because HELLO:
“Angry mothers raise daughters fierce enough to fight wolves.”
For less than a cup of coffee learn how the war was won by the fury of the nameless & silenced women.
I know last Hide Your Wallet we instituted some changes. Well now we have more, thanks to the comment left by Katie C. A lot of you expressed wanting to keep the wide breadth of new releases and Katie’s suggestion was pretty great. We’re still keeping our book maximums (five per person), but have added an extra HYW post per month, allowing another five books per person. The first HYW of the month will cover … Continue reading January’s New Releases, Part One
If you read and loved Code Name Verity this is a book for you. I said a couple of years ago that I expected a lot of World War I stories to come out of this centennial, and I’m pretty pleased to have been right. There are a lot of really interesting stories emerging. I’m also really interested (for various reasons) in how people deal with the PTSD that come out of traumatic periods in history, and this story is a deeply layered exploration of just that.
The Untouchable Earl by Amy Sandas is $1.99! This is a historical romance with a hero who hates to be touched and a heroine who’s been auctioned off at a pleasure house. Readers enjoyed the hero, but found that his aversion to touch was overcome rather easily. This is the second book in the Fallen Ladies series and can be read as a standalone. However, the first book is FREE and the third book is only $2.99.
Slave to Sensation by Nalini Singh is $1.99! This is the very first book in the Psy-Changeling series and for many readers, it’s what kicked off their love for Nalini Singh. However, other readers mention that the oomph of the book seemed to wane once the hero and heroine got together. But I personally loved it and the series just gets better and better. Any Psy-Changeling fans out there?
Is it officially fall yet? Because cooler weather means curling up with a good book, a fluffy blanket, and a warm drink, which is easily one of my favorite things to do. Below are some awesome books that the SBTB posse is totally pumped for, but here are some other important releases coming out this month: New Margaret Atwood! Hag-Seed is a retelling of Shakespeare’s The Tempest Charlaine Harris returns to her Aurora Teagarden cozy mystery series with All … Continue reading October’s New Releases
RECOMMENDED: Normal by Graeme Cameron is $3.99! Elyse mentioned this in a previous post on Women in Psychological Thrillers and said:
Normal by Graeme Cameron is delightfully weird fun. Told from the perspective of a serial killer who is keeping a woman captive in his basement, we see her through his eyes only. This sounds like it would 1000% squicky and DNW, but Cameron makes his unnamed protagonist, if not likable or emphatic, engaging enough that it’s easy to keep reading.
The Sookie Stackhouse 8-Volume Boxed Set by Charlaine Harris is $12.99! That’s the first eight books in the much-loved series, which comes out to $1.62 per book – thanks to reader Heather S. for doing the math. For me, the series had a strong start, by my interest waned around book four or five. What does the rest of the Bitchery think?