Friday, August 22, 2014

Book Deals (27)

Warning, I'm sorry in advance to your debit card, ladies! Make sure that you double check the price before one-clicking! As you know, sometimes the deals ends unexpectedly or there's a glitch, etc.

NOTE: I'd like to thank everyone who uses the Amazon links provided here on the blog to purchase a book (or other product). The small percentage that I receive from the sale goes towards giveaways and general blog upkeep. Look for some surprise giveaways in the next few months!

But even more important than the money is the fact that seeing those sales tells me that our reviews are influencing what you buy. That's awesome! For example, the novella that Kame reviewed recently (Dangerous Territory) was bought by 13 people. Wow! Again, THANK YOU! 

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Ignited by Kaylea Cross 
Series: Titanium Security, 1
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Average Stars on GR: 4.04 Stars

When her father is murdered by a Taliban cell in the tribal regions of Pakistan, Khalia Patterson reluctantly steps into his shoes to carry on the legacy of Fair Start Foundation, a non-profit group dedicated to furthering the education of girls. There she meets Hunter Phillips, the ex-SEAL and head of her Titanium security team, and quickly learns that coming to Pakistan might prove to be a deadly decision. 

Battling demons of his own, Hunter grudgingly leads Khalia’s protective detail as a favor to his boss. From their first meeting it’s clear she’s going to be trouble, and that the cell that killed her father is hell bent on taking her out as well. Keeping her alive is one of the toughest assignments he’s ever faced, yet through one harrowing situation after another she continually impresses him with her strength and inner courage. Even though he fights his feelings for her, it’s a losing battle. And when the job is over, he doesn’t know how he’ll let her go.


[Blog Tour Spotlight]: "What a Duke Dares" + Giveaway!


Always a voracious reader, ANNA CAMPBELL decided when she was a child that she wanted to be a writer. Once she discovered the wonderful world of romance novels, she knew exactly what she wanted to write. Anna has won numerous awards for her Avon historical romances including Romantic TimesReviewers Choice, the Booksellers Best, the Golden Quill, the Heart of Excellence, the Aspen Gold and the Australian Romance Readers Association's most popular historical romance (twice). Her books have twice been nominated for Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA Award and twice for Australia's Romantic Book of the Year.

When she's not writing passionate, intense stories featuring gorgeous Regency heroes and the women who are their destiny, Anna loves to travel, especially in the United Kingdom, and listen to all kinds of music. She lives near the sea on the east coast of Australia, where she's losing her battle with an overgrown subtropical garden.

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What a Duke Dares by Anna Campbell
Publisher: Forever (August 26, 2014)
Series: Sons of Sin, 3
Genre: Historical Romance


What woman in her right mind would say no to marrying the dashing Duke of Sedgemoor? Miss Penelope Thorne, that's who. She's known Camden Rothermere since they were children-and she also knows she'd bring nothing but scandal to his name.

Cam can hardly believe Penelope turned down his proposal. But if she wants to run off to the Continent and set the rumor mill ablaze, he can't stop her. Then her brother's dying request sends him to bring home the one woman he thought he'd finally gotten over.

The only way they'll both get back to London without their reputations in tatters is to pretend they're married during the journey. That means kissing like they mean it and even sharing a bed-until it becomes hard to tell where the game ends and true desire begins . . 

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Thursday, August 21, 2014

[Kame's Review]: "The FireSide Series"

Fireside Series by Morgan Black
Publication Date: July 2014
Series: Fireside, 1-3
Genre: Contemporary Erotica

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Sometimes scars are on the surface, but sometimes what lies beneath is far more treacherous. 

Cheyenne is beautiful, successful, and filthy rich. But hidden below her impeccable facade lies a broken girl who feels like love is just another business transaction. After she marries Collin, another wealthy ranch owner, she'll have done her part to keep the family business alive. But when she meets Luke she realizes that her heart can't be bought.

Cheyenne and Luke become stranded in a cabin in the woods and when a blizzard threatens to bury them they must fight for their lives. If only they realized once rescued they'd have to keep fighting.

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Book Deals (26)

Warning, I'm sorry in advance to your debit card, ladies! Make sure that you double check the price before one-clicking! As you know, sometimes the deals ends unexpectedly or there's a glitch, etc.

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Waiting For You by Kasey Michaels
Series: Love in the Regency, 1
Genre: Historical Romance
Average Stars on GR: 3.56 Stars


Jack Coltrane grew up with his father’s red-haired tomboy ward Meredith Fairfax chasing after him, always begging to tag along in his adventures during the years they resided at Coltrane House. Jack was variously annoyed, flattered, and as the years passed and childhood faded, both he and Merry sensed a slow change in their relationship.

Friendship, blossoming into love. Love for each other, and a combined love for Coltrane House, fast falling into disrepair by his neglectful father. But one day the estate would be his, and Jack and Merry would make it beautiful again, raise their children there, and live happily ever after.

Theirs was the perfect dream, until Jack’s father took him aside to tell him something that sent his son fleeing from Coltrane House, away from Merry, perhaps never to return. Ah, love… why is it never easy?

Oh… and then there’s Jack’s quite singular friend from America, and possibly a pair of matchmaking ghosts. Ghosts? Well, certainly – why not? Everyone loves a happy ending!


[Kame's Review]: "Across the Line"

Across the Line by Kate Willoughby
Publisher: Carina Press (August 11, 2014)
Series: In the Zone, 2
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Calder Griffin needs to get back in shape. Sidelined last season by a knee injury, he's determined to return to the San Diego Barracudas and play the best hockey of his career. This might even be the year he gets out of his talented older brother's shadow.

For months, Becca Chen has poured her energy into Cups, the restaurant she owns, desperate to prove to her parents that she can succeed in the career of her choice, not theirs. But after she spends a five-hour plane ride flirting with charming, magic-on-the-ice Calder, she tells herself she needs a fling.

Becca and Calder can't keep their hands off each other, but they know the relationship can't last. They live on opposite coasts, and they're both too devoted to their careers. All they have to do is prevent their feelings from crossing the line from lust to love…

See how Calder's teammate Tim found love in On the Surface.

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On the Surface (#1) -- Kame

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

[Kame's Review]: "Officer Next Door"

Officer Next Door by Ranae Rose
Publisher: Ranae Rose (June 2nd, 2014)
Series: Lock and Key, 1
Genre: Romantic Suspense

How can anyone resist temptation when it’s right next door?

Riley County North Carolina has a lot to offer: coastal views as far as the eye can see, and men in uniform who are even more gorgeous. Home to the most notorious prison in the state, Alicia’s new hometown is crawling with men who carry their own handcuffs and know how to use them – like Officer Liam Alexander, her one and only neighbor. After catching him out of uniform, she can’t resist pausing to enjoy the show. When Liam’s Southern charm drives him across the property line, life gets hotter than the Carolina summer could possibly account for. Unfortunately, there’s a dark side to life in the coastal haven, even with an officer next door.

Coordinating special events at a historic – and supposedly haunted – plantation is enough to have Alicia questioning her senses and her sanity, but the spirits of the past take a backseat to a pair of escaped convicts who blaze a trail of mayhem across Riley County. Not even the most intense chemistry can survive the perils that make a sunny seaside town a dangerous place to be after dark … can it?

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Monday, August 18, 2014

Back to School!

As many of you know, it's that time of year again. Time to jump for joy as you send your kids off to school, thrilled to have a few precious hours without them underfoot.

I don't have any kids. Instead, in just under a week it will be me going back to school.

I'm going back to get my bachelor's degree. Needless to say, I'll soon be juggling life, school, and blogging. As many of you know firsthand, this can be difficult at times. Life and school will, obviously, come first. If I have some time to spare, I will be updating the blog, but know that for the next few months new posts may be few and far between, at least until I can successfully juggle everything.

[Kame's Review]: "Live For Me"

Live For Me by Hayden Braeburn
Publication Date: June 10th, 2014
Series: The Everetts of Tyler, 3
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Haleigh Carlisle doesn’t exist, or didn’t six months ago. On the run from her past, she and her daughter Georgia end up in Tyler when Haleigh lands a job at Aylesford Memorial Hospital.

Caleb Everett may not have time to date, but that doesn’t stop him from noticing the new, leggy, blonde physical therapist. Making time in his schedule for the skittish woman is hard, but making a place in his heart is easy.

When Haleigh’s past comes back to haunt her, can Caleb live with the secrets she’s been hiding?

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Reviews of Braeburn's Previous Books:

Dance With Me (#1) -- Kame
Fight For Me (#2) -- Kame

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