Steals & Deals

Deal Alert: Joanne Kennedy, Frances Fowlkes, and Georgette Heyer

Do you know what makes an ugly weekend better? Books. What’s better than books? Books you got for a steal! This week’s Deal Alert features great titles from Joanne Kennedy, Frances Fowlkes, and Georgette Heyer!


Cowboy Crazy by Joanne Kennedy

Sparks fly when a sexy cowboy collides with a determined city girl out in a West filled with quirky characters and sizzling romance. Acclaimed for delivering “a fresh take on the traditional contemporary Western,” Joanne Kennedy’s books might just be your next great discovery!

From stable to boardroom…

Sarah Landon’s Ivy League scholarship transforms her from a wide–eyed country girl into a poised professional. Until she’s assigned to do damage control with the boss’s rebellious brother Lane, who’s the burr in everybody’s saddle. He’s determined to save his community from oil drilling, and she’s not going back to the ranch she left forever. Spurs will shine in this saucy romp about ranchers and roots, redemption and second chances.


The Earl’s New Bride by Frances Fowlkes

No woman dared to love him…

England, 1819

The Earl of Amhurst has returned to his estate in search of a wife and, more importantly, an heir. Simon Devere isn’t interested in some comely, simpering creature. A beautiful woman only brings heartbreak and ruin, and Simon’s disfigured visage is proof enough of that. No, he wants a wife who is unattractive and undesirable-and the homelier, the better.

But nothing about Lady Henrietta Beauchamp is homely. She is lovely and sweet… and struggles to mix with polite society when she would so much rather have plants for company. And yet Simon is her only hope for keeping Plumburn Castle in her family’s possession. Even if it means marrying a man she doesn’t love.

It’s an impossible and unlikely match… unless this awkward beauty can bring hope back into a solitary beast’s life.


Duplicate Death by Georgette Heyer

An elegant card party turns deadly…

Inspector Hemingway has his work cut out for him when a seemingly civilized game of Duplicate Bridge leads to a double murder. The crimes seem identical, but were they carried out by the same hand? Things become even more complicated when the fiancée of the inspector’s young friend Timothy Kane becomes Hemingway’s prime suspect. Kane is determined to prove the lady’s innocence-but when he begins digging into her past, he finds it’s more than a little bit shady…

 

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