Paranormal Romance, Beatriz Williams, & More
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Articles / November 18, 2019

Boy Toy Boy Toy by Sarina Bowen and Tanya Eby is 99c! This a romantic comedy with an age difference where the heroine is five years older than the hero (34 to his 29). Though this will work as a standalone, readers say you get additional insight into the heroine and her backstory in previous books. A brand new romantic comedy from your favorite snort-laughing duo! Liam The moment Sadie Matthews walks through the daycare center door, I feel my world tilt in her direction. Again. I fell for her when I was fourteen, and I’m still not over her. Problem: she still thinks of me as a teen she used to babysit. But I’ve learned a few things about pleasing a woman in the last fifteen years. I can’t wait to show her how good it could be. I need to move quickly before I lose her again. This is more than a game to me, but I still plan to win. Sadie I’ve just survived the worst year of my life. As a single mom of twin toddlers, I don’t have time for a man. I barely have time to finish a thought. Who knew that Liam McAllister would…

Cover Reveal: Deal With the Devil by Kit Rocha
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Articles / November 18, 2019

We don’t often do cover reveals, but when we do, it’s because a cover in an email attachment has made me say, out loud and with enough vigor to wake the cat, “HOLY CRAP.” This, y’all, is a HOLY CRAP cover. It’s pretty damn spiffy for all the work it’s doing to explain the book in an image, and I liked it so much I asked if I could pester the designer with questions. Big thanks to publicist Caroline Perny and art designer Peter Lutjen at TOR for putting up with me. And! I have some bonus info from Kit Rocha as well, so we have all kinds of Q&A madness over here. I’m sure you want to see the cover, right? Kidding! That’s not all of it. Hang on. Here it is! Wow, huh? Here’s the copy about the book, should the cover lead you to ask questions: Deal with the Devil is Orphan Black meets the post-apocalyptic Avengers by USA Today and New York Times bestselling author duo Kit Rocha. Nina is an information broker with a mission—she and her team of mercenary librarians use their knowledge to save the hopeless in a crumbling America. Knox is the…

Squee from the Keeper Shelf: The Masqueraders by Georgette Heyer
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Articles / November 18, 2019

Squee The Masqueraders by Georgette Heyer 1928 Historical: EuropeanRomance The Masqueraders by Georgette Heyer is surely one of the Ur-texts of the romance genre. It is also the very first romance of any kind that I ever read, and was instrumental in launching my lifelong affection for the ‘heroine dresses as a man’ trope. As a bonus, it also has a hero who dresses as a woman and who manages to be EXCEEDINGLY hot while doing so. Just to clarify, there are two couples in this book, and I am SO SORRY to disappoint everyone who just got excited about the idea of a heroine pretending to be a man meeting a hero pretending to be a woman and all I can say is that I, too, am now Very Sad that such a story does not exist – and if it does exist somewhere, please, LEAD ME TO IT. There’s also another hero who is far more perceptive than he looks, deliciously witty dialogue, and an entire ensemble of people who are as competent as hell at what they do (flamboyance levels may vary). It has adventures and elopements and duels and disguises; it has high romance and highwaymen…