06-18-2012 07:59 AM
So many terrific books available digitally. Last week Harlequin released several Debbie Macomber, Sherryl Woods, and Susan Mallery titles as NOOK books. There's no way I can link to them all, but here's a tease. If you search by author and then by NOOK book, you'll be able to find all the available titles.
06-19-2012 10:06 AM
I'm ebook mad this week!
Just finished reading Julia Knight's The Pirate's Lady , and it was good. The hero is a man's man: a carousing, thieving, adrenaline-addicted ne'er-do-well. Loved him!
Here's the story description, and a link to the first book:
There's a price on privateer Van Gast's head. So high that Van is tempted to turn himself in for the reward, then escape with it. Escaping with full pockets is what he does best. He managed to steal a ship, a bride, a dowry, a diamond the size of a fist—and then disappear without a trace.
But this time, he can't go very far. The woman of his dreams, his Josie, has stolen his ship and is leading him on a merry chase dangerously close to Estovan, the one place Van Gast should steer clear of...
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11-29-2012 06:32 PM
Awaken the Curse is a prequel to Alexa Egan’s “Imnada Brotherhood” trilogy, which features continuing characters from a clan of shape-shifters and telepaths who have lived as human for centuries while doing anything necessary to guard the truth of their existence. It will be released one month ahead of the first novel in the series, Demon's Curse!
One very passionate and very scandalous kiss separated university student James McKeegan and Professor’s daughter Katherine Lacey. Now five years later, James, the new Lord Duncallan, receives an unexpected summons from kate’s father begging him to come to Wales. When James arrives, he finds Professor Lacey has vanished while studying a mysterious ancient obelisk and everyone blames the nightwalkers; sinister creatures said to haunt the surrounding remote Welsh mountains. Do these legends point to the existence of the Imnada; a race of shape-shifters said to have died off a thousand years ago? Or is the professor’s disappearance the result of a very human villain? James and Kate are determined to find out the truth, knowing it may be the only way to find her father.
Even as they work to unravel the mystery, they find that they’re not the only ones interested in the obelisk and the lost race of Imnada. Treasure hunter Gilles d’Espe believes the ancient dolmen is the focal point of the shape-shifters’ power and would do anything to lay his hands on the last of four silver disks he needs to unlock the dolmen. A disk that hangs around the neck of James McKeegan. While Cade, a local villager, is determined to refute both the claims of nightwalker sightings and the power of the dolmen as superstitious nonsense.
James and Kate soon find themselves fighting for their lives. Yet every hour they spend together makes it harder to lay aside the bitterness of the past and a very new and very real temptation…