Fantasy Adventures!
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Articles / March 26, 2020

The Innkeeper Chronicles, Volume 1 The Innkeeper Chronicles, Volume 1 by Ilona Andrews is 99c! Andrews made a post about this on their site. In short, this is the first three installments with no new content. The deal WILL go away and the listing will only be up for the duration of COVID-19. Proceeds, minus the percentage their agent gets, will be donated to CDP COVID-19 Response Fund. This is a reprint edition of Innkeeper Chronicles released at a discount because we are all under quarantine. It contains Clean Sweep, Sweep in Peace, and One Fell Sweep. DO NOT download it if you already have these books. There is no new material. Meet Dina Demille, a nice Texas gal who runs a seemingly ordinary, quaint B&B.  But Dina’s inn is a magic, thinking entity; her fluffy Shih-tzu, Beast really is a beast; and her guests are the kind that no one on earth is supposed to know about:  guests like a dethroned galactic tyrant with a massive bounty on her head, the Lord Marshal of a powerful vampire clan, and a displaced—and superhot—alpha-strain werewolf. So don’t expect a normal stay…and don’t stand too close, or you may be collateral damage…. In Clean Sweep, Dina—with…

Nottingham by Anna Burke
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Articles / March 26, 2020

B Nottingham by Anna Burke January 21, 2020 · Bywater Books LGBTQIA CW: self-harm, threat of sexual violence, passing reference to possible actual sexual violence against a young girl Have you ever said to yourself “I want to read a Robin Hood story, but full of lesbians and other queer people?” Well, good news! Because that’s exactly what Nottingham is! I couldn’t have come up with a more joyfully queer interpretation of it if I’d tried. That said, it’s specifically the queer rep that’s joyful and not much else, because this is a gritty adventure story where the only foxes in it are ones that get hunted. Not like these ones, even if I did think about them every so often while reading Nottingham. This is Robyn’s origin story. We see how she goes from being a bow and arrow maker in Nottingham to the leader of a group of bandits in Sherwood Forest. And these bandits? They’re on a mission to prevent the largest tax in England’s history from taking down everyone they know and love. The first person Robyn meets in the woods is Little John, a giant, burly trans man who could beat the shit out of…

Ready Set Go! Best Funny Romance?
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Articles / March 26, 2020

Time for the most evil recommendation feature we have: READY, SET, GO! Here are the rules: We pick a specific sub-genre, trope, or type of romance, and we have to make ONE recommendation for that type. ONE. ONLY ONE. And no more than two sentences as to why. Yes, just one.  Which one book do you pick to fill that rec? What is the most hilarious romance you’d recommend?  Any genre, but just one rec. Ready, set, GO! A | BN | K | AB Catherine: You are so mean limiting me to just one for this book type! I’m going to say Headliners by Lucy Parker, because I was still giggling and reading bits aloud to my husband on my third read through. I don’t know how she does physical comedy that well (and I don’t even go for physical comedy that much), but she is magnificent. And the snark is fantastic. Sarah: You know I’m holding off on naming one so I don’t steal someone else’s! And yes, only one is mean and the whole point of this terrible, awful, mean exercise, mwahahaha. Tara: Oh, goddammit. A | BN | K | AB I have two that make…