Special Prices on eBooks…

elusive brideThere are some AMAZING deals in ebooks going on right now and I decided I need to share with all of you. Christmas shopping always ends up being expensive for me, I have tendency to get myself gifts at the same time but with these deals I don’t feel guilty at all. Just remember that these deals won’t last forever so get them while they are still available. Let me know if I need to add any other deals to this list. Happy Reading!

Historicals

Captain Jack’s Woman by Stephanie Laurens $.99 Amazon  BarnsandNoble

A Fine Passion by Stephanie Laurens $.99  Amazon  BarnsandNoble

A Lady of His Own by Stephanie Laurens $.99  Amazon  BarnsandNoble

Scandal’s Bride by Stephanie Laurens $.99  Amazon  BarnsandNoble

A Rake’s Vow by Stephanie Laurens $.99  Amazon  BarnsandNoble

A Gentleman’s Honor  by Stephanie Laurens $.99  Amazon  BarnsandNoble

The Elusive Bride by Stephanie Laurens $.99  Amazon  BarnesandNoble

Contemporary

Love in the Afternoon by Alison Packard $1.99  Amazon   BarnesandNoble

To Have and To Kill by Mary Jane Clark $.99 Amazon   BarnesandNoble

Paranormal

Spider’s Bite by Jennifer Estep $2.99  Amazon  BarnesandNoble 

Carnival of Souls by Melissa Marr $1.99  Amazon   BarnesandNoble 

Graveminder by Melissa Marr $1.99 Amazon   BarnesandNoble

666 Park Avenue by Gabriella Pierce $1.99 Amazon   BarnesandNoble

Young Adult

DodgerDodger by Terry Pratchett $2.99 Amazon  BarnesandNoble

Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones $1.99 Amazon   BarnesandNoble

How Beauty Met the Beast by Jax Garren $1.99 Amazon  BarnesandNoble

Beastly by Alex Flynn $1.99 Amazon   BarnesandNoble 

Violins of Autumn by Amy McAuley $1.99 Amazon   BarnesandNoble

David by Mary Hoffman $1.99 Amazon    BarnesandNoble

Time of the Witches by Anna Myers $1.99 Amazon   BarnesandNoble

Wednesday Words: A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs

“I do not believe that I am made of the stuff which constitutes heroes, because, in all of the hundreds of instances that my voluntary acts have placed me face to face with death, I cannot recall a single one where any alternative step to that I took occurred to me until many hours later. My mind is evidently so constituted that I am subconsciously forced into the path of duty without recourse to tiresome mental processes. however that may be, I have never regretted that cowardice is not optional with me. ”

 

“Fear is a relative term and so I can only measure my feelings at that time by what I had experienced in previous positions of danger and by those that I have passed through since; but I can say without shame that if the sensations I endured during the next few minutes were fear, then may God help the coward, for cowardice is of a surety its own punishment. ”

 

“Few western wonders are more inspiring than the beauties of an Arizona moonlit landscape; the silvered mountains in the distance, the strange lights and shadows upon hog back and arroyo, and the grotesque details of the stiff, yet beautiful cacti form a picture at once enchanting and inspiring; as though one were catching for the first time a glimpse of some dead and forgotten world, so different is it from the aspect of any other spot upon our earth. ”

A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Moonlight Rises by Vincent Zandri Review and Blog Tour

Novel Reaction is pleased to be a part of the Moonlight Rises by Vincent Zandri blog tour

Vincent Zandri is the No. 1 International Bestselling Amazon Kindle author of THE INNOCENT, GODCHILD, THE REMAINS, MOONLIGHT FALLS, CONCRETE PEARL and the forthcoming MOONLIGHT RISES. He is also the author of the bestselling digital shorts, PATHOLOGICAL and MOONLIGHT MAFIA. Harlan Coben has described his novels as “…gritty, fast-paced, lyrical and haunting,” while the New York Post called THE INNOCENT, “Sensational…Masterful…Brilliant!” In March, April and May of 2011, he sold more than 100,000 Kindle E-Books editions of his novels, and is rapidly closing in on the 200K mark all totaled. An MFA in Writing graduate of Vermont College, Zandri’s work is translated into many languages including the Dutch, Russian and Japanese. An adventurer, foreign correspondent, and freelance photo-journalist for RT, Globalspec, IBTimes and more, he divides his time between New York and Florence, Italy.

 

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When Dick Moonlight wakes up in the emergency room, he finds out he had been dead. In Moonlight Rises by Vincent Zandri, Dick remembers watching the love of his life crying over him, and then being pulled into an embrace by another man. Dick isn’t sure if he’s dreaming it, or if she is cheating on him over his body. Dick remembers being beaten by men in President Obama masks and being told to stay away from his newest client. But Dick is determined to find out who is trying to kill him, and what this client has that is so important.

I really struggled with this book. I didn’t like that Dick Moonlight blacks out periodically through the book and we don’t know what had happened. I did not finish this book. I couldn’t get into it, and didn’t really care for the use of the f* word, or of the constant references to Dick’s erections from his head injury. This book was a little vulgar for my tastes. I feel bad at not finishing it, but I really couldn’t recommend this book to anyone with me personally not liking it. I did enjoy Vincent’s sense of humor and his writing was really good. I hope that you can read it and prove my review wrong. I don’t like to write bad reviews because I know that authors put a lot of work into their writing.

Moonlight Rises is the second book in the Dick Moonlight series (I was unable to determine the reading order of the books, sorry!)

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Title: Moonlight Rises

Author: Vincent Zandri

Format:  eBook

AISN: B005HB16Y6

Publisher: StoneGate Ink

Release Date: August 2011

Available for purchase: Amazon

Reviewer: Jocee

 

**I received a copy of this book from the Partners in Crime Tours but was not required to provide a review and it did not impact my review in any way.

Lots of backlist books available and sneak peaks…

Hard to believe it has been so long since I have done a news posting but I am finally trying to catch up.

Melissa Marr (Wicked Lovely) and Kelley Armstrong (The Summoning) are teaming up to write a middle-grade series for Little Brown Books for Young Readers titled The Blackwell Pages. You can read more here.

Cassandra Clare has finally released the full cover of Clockwork Angels, the second book in The Infernal Devices series and available December 2011.

Random House has announced they are going to republishing its Loveswept titles in ebook format. You can browse all 900 titles at Romancewiki. The program will launch in August of this year.

Alyxandra Harvey has posted the fourth book in The Drake Chronicles series, Bleeding Heart, available October 2011.

Bloomsbury has also announced that they will release 500 titles that are out-of-print in ebook and print by request format.

Paddywax has released author inspired scents for use in diffusers, including Austen and Whitman.

Rick Riordin has posted the cover for Son of Neptune, the second book in the The Heroes of Olympus series, available October 2011.

The Barnes and Noble Romance blog has some great advice  for those who are in a reading slump. I am ashamed to admit that this has happened to me but these are some good suggestions for those in that dread slump.

Irritated from purchasing an ebook only to find out two days later the price has dropped? eReaderIQ is a service that will track the prices of your favorite books for you and send you notifications when the prices drop.

Carina Press has a great new page (okay, maybe it isn’t new to you but it is to me) where you can see the covers and the lists of books that are coming out soon.

Romance at Random has finally launched their site, they are doing giveaways, guest posts and other great events.

Pamela Palmer has announced that she has scheduled two final books in the Feral Warriors series and she has a vampire series in the works.

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Free Reads:

Julia Quinn has posted the first chapter of Just Like Heaven.

Rick Riordin has posted the first two chapters of Son of Neptune.

Nan Hawthorne has posted an excerpt of Beloved Pilgrim.

Carolyn Hayes has posted the first two chapters of Bones of a Feather.

Carolyn Clemmons has posted an excerpt of The Most Unsuitable Wife.

Carly Phillips has posted the first chapter of Serendipity.

Pamela Palmer has posted a sneak peak of  Ecstasy Untamed