An HP, erotic fantasy romance, a caustic comic, and a western
Contract with Consequences by Miranda Lee. $2.99
Last year, Scarlet King was a blushing bride-to-be, but now she’s alone and more than anything she longs for a baby. This time, she’s determined to prove she doesn’t need a man!
Successful, spine-tinglingly gorgeous John Mitchell has desired Scarlet for years, so he seizes the chance to claim her. But his proposal comes with a devilish price: if she wants a baby, they’ll do it the old-fashioned way!
John reminds Scarlet of the pleasures she’s been missing, but when the affair is over, will Scarlet gain her wish, but lose her heart?
I Hate Everyone…Starting with Me by Joan Rivers. $2.99
Joan Rivers is a groundbreaking, award-winning, internationally renowned entertainment goddess. She’s also opinionated—especially when it comes to people she hates. Like people who think giving birth is a unique achievement. Or well-adjusted, a.k.a. boring, ex-child stars who don’t even have a decent addiction.
With all of her diverse experiences, it stands to reason that Joan has seen, done, said, and heard a lot of hateful things. Thank god, she took notes. Here—uncensored and totally uninhibited—she give the best of her worst to First Ladies, closet cases, hypocrites, Hollywood, feminists, and overrated historical figures. And even when letting herself have it, Joan doesn’t hold back in this honest, unabashedly hilarious love letter to the hater in all of us
Slave by Cheryl Brooks. $0.99
He may be the last of a species whose sexual talents were the envy of the galaxy.
Cat is an enslaved warrior from a race with a feline gene that gives him awesome beauty, fearsome strength, and sensuality and sexual prowess unmatched by any other males in the universe. Even filthy, chained, and beaten, he gives off an aura of power and virility and his feline gene gives him a special aura.
Jacinth is an intergalactic trader on a rescue mission and she needs a man she can trust with her life.
She has spent years pursuing her kidnapped sister from planet to planet. Now her quest leads her to a place where all the women are slaves. “Jack” needs a slave of her own-one who can masquerade as her master.
Enmeshed in a tangle of deception, lust, and love, they must elude a race of violent killers and together forge a bond stronger than any chains.
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Lady X’s Cowboy by Zoe Archer. $0.99
Constrained by her life as a Society widow, Lady Olivia Xavier finds escape in two unusual ways: as the owner of a successful brewery, and as a secret reader of penny dreadful Western novels. But Olivia’s beloved brewery is being threatened, and she has no ally in her fight. Until a mysterious cowboy steps out from the London fog, saving her from a terrifying brawl. Suddenly, Olivia isn’t just reading about the Wild West, she’s living it.
Colorado cowboy Will Coffin has made the long journey from his Rocky Mountain home to discover his birthright. While searching for his family, he encounters the beguiling Olivia. Will’s never met a real English lady before—certainly not one as lovely and courageous as Olivia—and he can’t resist coming to her rescue.
Olivia is powerfully drawn to the rough but honorable cowboy. She proposes a most scandalous arrangement: in exchange for helping protect her brewery, she’ll help Will find his family. Even more scandalous is that he’ll be sleeping under her roof. The entire arrangement sets Society’s tongues wagging. Meanwhile, the danger to the brewery, and Olivia herself, keeps escalating. But nothing’s as dangerous, or seductive, as the growing desire between the lady and the cowboy…
Lady X’s Cowboy was originally published by Dorchester in 2006 and is newly revised by the author.
“Will’s dialect does border on being silly but perhaps you’re trying to make him sound like one of the heroine’s favorite dime novels and since he turns most other Western cliches on their heads, I could tolerate it. You also turns a lot of other Romance cliches around which I found to be very refreshing. The love scenes are hot without being too purple and the epilogue didn’t make me want to gag. It’s a very nice B grade book.”
This review was published in the first week of Dear Author’s existence. We were briefer back then.