It's time for our Saturday Romance selection. Enjoy these highly-rated love stories at bargain Kindle prices!
Marblestone Mansion, Book 1 (Scandalous Duchess Series), by Marti Talbott. (Still 0.99?)
An impecunious duke leaves his new wife in Scotland, seeking fortune in America... where great wealth and unexpected disaster awaits. A sweet historical romance in Marti Talbott's Scandalous Duchess series.
"There are very few authors who have the talent to write such unique, heartwarming stories which will make you laugh, cry, worry about and truly feel you are part of a very special family as you follow their lives through several generations. Pick up Ms. Talbott's truly lovely books on the MacGreagor Clan. Be prepared to spend many wonderful hours lost in a world with all the triumphs and tragedies of a unique and special family from their ancestors to their present generation." -- Amazon reviewer
378 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 6 reviews.
Amazon Lily, by Theresa Weir. (Still 2.99?)
From NYT bestselling author Theresa Weir, this remarkable novel won the Romantic Times Best New Adventure Writer Award, and has been recommended in the Romance Reader's Handbook as an all-time recommended read.
"Illinois farm-bred social worker Corey McKinney is on a church mission to the jungle, along with gravel-voiced bush pilot Asher Adams. Ash saves Corey from a Xingu death pit, a lust-filled Tchikao Indian and a downpour of spiders as she is caught between her continuing repulsion from and growing attraction to him, the latter leading finally to graphically rendered consummation. Alternately cynical and tender, Asher finally sends Corey back to Pleasant Grove and her Dudley Do-right fiance while he continues his search for his brother in the jungle. This is not the end of the story, however, as Ash, who reads Mad magazine and quotes Tolkien, draws the reader into this richly detailed love story." -- Publishers Weekly
240 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 25 reviews.
The Doctor Wears A Stetson (The Diamondback Ranch Series), by Anne Marie Novark. (Still 0.99?)
"A lovely escape," this full-length present-day western romance has over 20 five-star reviews.
"A wonderful reunion story. One date while in high school set the hearts of Jessie Devine and Cameron McCade on a one-way course to each other. Several detours popped up along the road, but they are given a second chance for true happiness.
I loved this story and was captured from the very beginning, when Cameron asks Jessie to go to the senior prom. Fast forward ten plus years and a reunion with sparks is set. The story is great and I highly recommend it." -- Amazon reviewer
258 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 47 reviews.
When in Paris... (Language of Love), by Beverley Kendall. (Still 2.99?)
A steamy romantic comedy from the Language of Love series.
"This book was a lot of fun to read. The characters are great and likeable, and while they make some silly conclusions on very little data, that's typical of a romantic comedy. The side characters, Troy and April, are intriguing as well, and I was gratified to realize they are getting their own installment! Plus, that means I get to see more of Zach, who is super hot! There are steamy scenes, but they aren't gratuitous." -- Amazon reviewer
341 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 34 reviews.
Serendipity House, by Joyce DeBacco. (Still 2.99?)
The always-compliant Sylvie finds her life turned around when she leaves her fiance at the altar and ventures to a quiet country inn... where a memorable cast of characters awaits. A delightful romance with a touch of mystery, this book was awarded Red Adept's Best Indie Romance of 2011.
"I am absolutely amazed and blown away by Joyce DeBacco's work. Her characters really gripped me and the plot line sucked me in instantly." -- Molly E. of Readers Favorite.
"Serendipity House is an interesting story; I also enjoyed the cast of characters that make up the 'family' she finds at the quaint old inn." -- Stevie B. of Manic Readers.
"A wonderful job of dealing with such deep emotional issues as mother-daughter conflicts." -- Meg Kinsella of The Romance Studio
188 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 13 reviews.
Come Home to Me (Second Chances Time Travel Romance Series Book 1), by Peggy L Henderson. (Still 2.99?)
A historical time-travel romance, from the acclaimed Peggy Henderson. Praised by readers as a "great old-fashioned romance," you'll enjoy the premise and plot of this intriguing book.
"2nd chances, growing feelings, full of twist and surprises along a journey back in time with a growing romance that Jake and Rachel cannot ignore.
Will scouting for the wagon train, something he didn't want to do, help Jake find out what he really likes and wants in life?
Will watching out for Rachel, bring out feelings Jake didn't know he had?
Do they both get a 2nd chance in life?
Come Home To Me, is a heart warming story and every time you think you know what is going to happen, a new surprise happens.
This is a fast paced page turner. Wonderfully written that makes you feel like you are right there with them. A must read for any romance lover." -- Amazon reviewer
253 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 33 reviews.
This Time Next Door, by Gretchen Galway. (Still 3.49?)
Rose attempts to re-make her life by moving to California - but that all changes when she meets her geeky neighbor. A full-length, light-hearted romance from Gretchen Galway.
"This book was cute, fun and a quick read. Rose and Mark were both very likeable characters. It was nice to see Liam and Bev again from "Love Handles", but you definitely do not need to have read that book to enjoy this one. I have really enjoyed everything I have read so far from this Gretchen Galway. If you are looking for a light-hearted contemporary romance, you can't go wrong with this book-- enjoyable characters and story, good writing, and a great price." -- Amazon reviewer
345 pages, with a 4-star rating from 3 reviews.
The Next Chapter (The Gaze), by Javier A. Robayo. (Still 4.99?)
All five-star reviews for this dramatic romance - and sequel to highly-praised The Gaze. Warmly-reviewed for its well-crafted prose and roller-coaster ride of a story, pick up both books and enjoy these fine works of romantic literary fiction.
"The author continues to impress (and bless) me with his manipulation of the English language with his poetic, flowery writing. Robayo does not overuse metaphors, similes, and such, but every time I read one of his original creations using different literary techniques, I stop and reread it as each and every one is so amazing, so breathtaking, ingenious, in fact. I can't count how many times I have asked myself, "How in the world does he do that!"
All I can say is that the characters are alive! They are distinctive, vibrant, and SO full of life. No way can a person read this book and not run the gamut of emotions as the characters' portraits are crafted, relationships developed, and their lives intertwined in an authentic way, so (if you're a crier) get a box of tissue and set it close to you as you read." -- Amazon reviewer
525 pages, with a 5-star rating from 11 reviews.
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