Steal of a Deal on Touch of a Thief!
(Update: We got off to a slow start, but as of 7:20pm Feb 13th, all the etailers are showing the correct $1.99 price. However, I was told it would only be a one day sale, so I don’t know how long the special price will be available. Hurry!)
At the end of December, Kensington ran a short sale like this, but my newsletter arrived too late for many of you to take advantage of the deal. So sorry. That’s why I’m letting you know a couple days early this time. Hope you’ll take this opportunity to share the info with your reading friends. The more the merrier, when it comes to great deals on eReads.
RegencyRomanceWriter.com gives Touch of a Thief “10 out of 10!” and Publishers Weekly honored this story with a rare starred review. I’d love to hear what YOU think!
Of course, Touch of a Thief isn’t the only title of mine that’s available now. In fact, there are so many books I want to share with you, I hardly know where to start. Maybe by release date is the best way to go. Rob MacLaren and Elspeth Stewart’s love story came out in January. Heartfelt thanks to all who’ve let me know you loved Sins of the Highlander!
If you missed “Mad Rob” MacLaren’s tumultuous adventure with the abducted Elspeth, ask for it at your local bookseller or order it from all major etailers.
A Highlander, and especially a mad one, is a terrible thing to miss.
Just this week, MaidenSong, my debut title, was reissued as an ebook. I love this story and am so excited to be able to offer it to you for your Kindle or Nook at a budget friendly price. Rika and Bjorn’s affair is not quite…safe. Here’s what RTBOOK Reviews has to say:
“From Scandinavia to the Byzantine slave markets, this steamy love story calls to mind the great mistresses of the genre: Small, Henley and Mason. Filled with forbidden love, betrayal, redemption and hope.”
And there are only a few more days till Touch of a Rogue’s release. The second book in the Touch of Seduction series will hit the bookstore shelves on February 28th, but in publishing parlance, it’s considered a March book. If you’ve read Touch of a Thief, you’ll enjoy seeing Viola and Quinn reappear briefly to help Jacob and Julianne discover the location of a mysterious magical dagger. But it’s not necessary to read the first in order to enjoy this stand alone story.
Find out why Publishers Weekly names this book one of its TOP TEN ROMANCES For SPRING 2012!