⚠️ Sunday update: some of these deals have now ended, but several remain. I’ve noted which ones. ⚠️
There are a ton of awesome deals going on right now (some today ONLY!), so I thought I’d feature 15 of the ones that caught my eye. I’ve read and loved most of these, and a few are on my TBR. If I’ve reviewed a book in the past, I’ve included that. If not, I explained why it made the list.
Fair warning: the deals are active as of this moment – no guarantees they’ll still be happening when you check out this list!!!! Several of them are ending tonight. And don’t worry – the regular deals list will still be refreshed tomorrow!
On sale for just 99 cents!
Oldie but goodie – I read and enjoyed it pre-blogging:
The first time I met Caine West was in a bar.
He noticed me looking his way and mistakenly read my scowling as checking him out.
When he attempted to talk to me, I set him straight―telling him what I thought of his lying, cheating, egomaniacal ass.
You see, the gorgeous jerk had wined and dined my best friend-smooth talking her into his bed, all along failing to mention that he was married.
He deserved every bit of my tongue-lashing and more for what he’d done.
Especially when that lazy smile graced his perfect face in response to my rant.
Only it turned out, the man I’d just told off wasn’t the right guy.
Oops. My mistake.
Embarrassed, I slunk out without an apology.
I was never going to see the handsome stranger again anyway, right?
That’s what I thought…until I walked into class the next morning.
Well, hello Professor West, I’m your new teaching assistant.
I’ll be working under you…figuratively speaking.
Although the literal interpretation might not be such a bad thing―working under Professor West.
This was going to be interesting…
Deal ended, but it’s in Kindle Unlimited
Sentimental and sweet (but still oh so sexy), this friends to lovers romance is more understated than a lot of Quinn’s work. It leans towards being angsty, with a focus on healing – of friendships, of hearts, of fears. I love a good road trip romance and this is exactly that, following these two childhood friends as they reconnect and rediscover each other in a whole new way. While insecurities and indecision hold these two back, their love shines through. I really loved watching them bond over their shared history, and while it’s not the laugh out loud funny rom com that many have come to expect from the author, it’s the kind of romance that will tug on your heartstrings and cause an ache in your chest.
The story follows Crew and Hazel, two former friends who haven’t spoken in four years. Though they spent all their summers together when they were younger, Crew and Hazel had a falling out that may or may not have been related to the kiss they shared. When the death of Crew’s grandfather brings them back together for a mysterious road trip in Germany, these two are forced to finally heal their friendship while they say goodbye to the man they both loved. But spending time together stirs up all kinds of feelings, and neither one is sure how to react. Their lives are heading in different directions, and they’ve only got this trip together to figure things out.
I’m really not even sure what I was expecting from this book, but I was completely okay with the direction it headed. At first, I struggled a little bit because it’s just so vastly different than the first book in this multi-author series. Where that one was intense, this was much more subdued. The two stories have very little to do with one another, though they both deal with college athletes struggling to figure out their futures. Crew is the nice guy, the relationship guy, the guy who is so easy to fall for in a book like this. I loved him the whole way through. Hazel was a little more difficult to connect to, but some of that was intentional – she was hurt by Crew’s reaction to their kiss, and that’s led to a lot of insecurities about their relationship. I loved them together and fans of friends to lovers romance will definitely enjoy their connection. It’s sexy without being over the top, emotional without being completely heavy, and understated without being a snoozefest. This one will hit you in the feels and keep you entertained along the way.
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The sexual TENSION between these two is delicious, crackling with chemistry and waiting for the perfect moment to combust. I loved every bit of it. This forbidden romance will have you rooting for the bad guy, the man who wants nothing more than to end the relationship that he helped create – though there’s a WHOLE lot more to it than that. The man who snaps and spars with our heroine is difficult to reconcile with the sweet and vulnerable guy the reader gets to know, but they’re both sides to a hero who is complicated and living in torture. It’s a storyline that I’ve never read before; not quite a love triangle, but something else entirely. Buckle up for an unpredictable, tension-filled ride from start to finish.
The story follows River, a man living out a nightmare. He’s a popular frat guy, a football star whose lost his shine, a man who should be getting ready to graduate, and a friend who has to watch the woman he dreams about fall for another guy. His life is slowly slipping away from him day after day, and watching Anastasia is both the best and worst kind of torture. Though River would love nothing more than to tell Anastasia how he feels, he’s a loyal friend who knows he can never do so. The result is a strained, uneasy relationship between the two of them – Anastasia believes that River hates her, because he goes out of his way to draw a line between them. Their bickering causes a friction that feels an awful lot like chemistry, but neither one of them has any intention of acknowledging it.
Fair warning: this is a slow, torturous burn where our heroine is in a relationship with another guy for much of the story. I wouldn’t call it a love triangle, but it’s all kinds of forbidden. It’s a long time before Anastasia gets to know the River that the reader will fall for right away; their feud probably lasts a touch too long, but helps shape the way they interact with one another. I loved the unpredictability and unique feel of the storyline, and the tension is so, so good. It jumps off the page and hooks you in from the start. There were moments when I struggled with River and the lengths he goes to in order to distance himself from Anastasia, but the man is just so lovable that I couldn’t be mad at him for long. There’s the typical college drama mixed with a forbidden romance that overtakes the story. I never quite knew what was going to happen next, and that is all part of the appeal. If this is how the series kicks off, then I am SO looking forward to more.
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It was good, but it wasn’t great. The first two books in this multi-author series set the bar VERY high, and unfortunately this just wasn’t at the same level. I liked it, and the chemistry was sizzling, but it was lacking the same depth of emotion that the other two had. This couple goes from fake to casual to instalove in the blink of an eye, and I guess I just wasn’t moving at the same pace they were. Hollis makes a great hero and there was a ton of potential with his backstory, but we’d only just begun to scratch the surface before this was over. It feels a little incomplete, and honestly seemed more like part of the Mason family series than the Kings of Football. That’s a lot of negatives, I get it. But it also has Locke’s very solid writing style, great chemistry, and a playfulness that makes it a quick, fun read.
The story follows Hollis, the broody playboy of our trio of disgraced football players. When Hollis meets Larissa, they go from zero to sixty in a matter of seconds – accelerating from strangers to being in a fake relationship immediately. Things keep moving fast, and Hollis soon finds himself opening up to Larissa in a way he never has with anyone else. He’s used to being on his own, and Larissa’s the kind of girl that can’t help but dig a little deeper. Though she’s sworn off athletes, it’s not long before Larissa realizes she’s in trouble with Hollis. But they were only supposed to be fake, and anything more might send him running.
While I found this to be disappointing overall, it’s still got so many things that I love about Locke’s writing, from the complex, lovable hero to the easy banter and chemistry. It’s easy to see the connection between these two, and I loved that Larissa was able to bring Hollis out of his comfort zone. The pacing just felt weird to me. These two actually spend a significant amount of time away from each other, and there’s a decent amount of time spent on the Masons (as well as a few appearances by Lincoln Landry). As someone who has read many of Locke’s books, I was able to keep track – but anyone reading her work for the first time via this series is likely to get lost. We do get more of River and Crew, which was a definite plus, but that’s also more people to keep track of and more time that’s not focused on our couple. All in all, I expected to like this more, it’s as simple as that. It’s still a solid read, but isn’t one of my favorites from the author, and ultimately sits somewhere between 3 and 4 stars for me. I received an early copy and am voluntarily leaving a review of this light, sexy romance.
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From New York Times Bestseller, Corinne Michaels, comes a sexy new STANDALONE romance novel.
I’m not a one-night stand kind of woman. I’m especially not the woman who has a few drinks at a concert and ends up in bed with my childhood celebrity crush, Eli Walsh.
However, that’s exactly where I find myself.
What’s a girl to do after a drunken mistake? Run. I grab my clothes and get away from the powerful, irresistible, and best-sex-of-my-life superstar as fast as I can. His gorgeous green eyes, rock-hard body, and cocky smile have no place in my world. My life is complicated enough.
Someone forgot to tell him that.
Eli is relentless. Pushing his way into my heart, wearing me down, proving he’s nothing like I assumed, and everything I need. But when my world shatters to pieces, he holds the broken bits together. Unwillingly, I fall desperately in love with him.
He made me think we’d have forever . . . I should’ve listened when he said we could only own tonight.
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Beautiful. This was just a stunningly beautiful, intensely deep love story. I loved the raw honesty that poured out of every scene. And I ADORED this hero. He’s the kind of steadfast, loving, supportive man that everyone needs in their life, and I wish there were more book boyfriends like him. Paired with a compelling, 100% original heroine, this couple is one of my favorites – ever. It’s an opposites attract romance that showcases the kind of deep love that can come from truly accepting yourself for who you are, and I can say without a doubt that I’ve never read anything quite like it. While the journey is emotional throughout, it’s also got touches of humor and lightness that brighten things up. I loved the connection between these two, the slow burn romance, the originality, and I was left wanting more.
This love story follows Ren, a guy who fell for a girl that he can’t have quite yet – and he’s willing to wait however long it takes to get her. Growing up as a nerd and Shakespeare lover shaped Ren into the man he is today, so becoming a star hockey player and undeniably sexy man hasn’t changed who he is at his core. While Ren fell for his coworker, Frankie, right away, she doesn’t seem to feel the same. Frankie’s used to people disappointing or misunderstanding her – as a woman who deals with autism and arthritis on a daily basis, it comes with the territory. But Ren is like a ray of sunshine on her otherwise cold life, and once these two let each other in a little deeper, Frankie realizes that she’d love to soak up some of his warmth.
I’ve been reading this series in reverse, and you won’t get an ounce of disappointment from me about that. The heartbreaking yet uplifting Ever After Always sunk into my soul a little bit, and after that, there was no stopping me from reading more from this author. The books are so vastly different that I couldn’t even begin to tell you which one I liked better, but I can tell you that they’re both excellent. This was just so DIFFERENT, standing out in a sea of romances that can sometimes blend together. It feels authentic, like it actually features people that you’d come across in everyday life – they’re not perfect, and they don’t pretend to be. Though… Ren might be as close to perfect as I’ve seen in a romance hero, because I LOVED him so, so much. He’s gentle, kind, and strong without being toxic. Husband material. If you’re up for a complex love story that will tug on your heartstrings in a big way, then I can’t recommend this book enough.
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Want to know what I did the SECOND I finished this book? Grabbed the first two books in the series, because this was OUTSTANDING. It’s a love letter to marriage, best understood by those who’ve been in one, but no less powerful if you haven’t. It’s difficult and heart-wrenching, raw and real, and the progress this couple makes is so powerful. The storyline probably won’t be for everyone, but the journey is absolutely worth it – especially because of how good you’ll feel by the end. This may have been my first time reading something by this author, but it was just the beginning of my love for her work.
The story follows Freya and Aiden, a married couple who have been together for over a decade. Their once-solid relationship seems to be crumbling, and things have gotten so bad that all communication has broken down. Aiden doesn’t realize that his marriage is even in jeopardy until his wife packs his bags. It’s a startling wakeup call that makes him a little desperate to put the pieces back together. But no matter how much love there is between them, there’s no fixing this marriage until all of their cards are on the table. When a family vacation forces Freya and Aiden to come together, they realize that they’ve got to put in a whole lot of work if there’s any hope of a future for them.
I loved how honest this is. It takes two people to make a marriage work, and love is not enough to keep things going. Freya and Aiden are both genuinely good people who love each other – and I’m talking about the kind of deep love that only comes from years spent getting to know someone. I felt for both of them, and I really appreciated that neither one was “at fault” for bringing them to this point. They’ve both got things they need to work on, and they’ve let those things spiral out of control, but there’s nothing that’s insurmountable. The build in intimacy is a thing of beauty, and the author does an excellent job showcasing that. There’s a subtlety that works, and I loved all of those quieter moments. It’s the kind of slow burn that’s necessary, building back up the emotional connection before things turn physical – though there are plenty of sexy moments on the way there. I was lucky enough to receive an early copy via NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review of this marriage in trouble romance.
Deal ended, but it’s in Kindle Unlimited
Oldie but goodie – I read and enjoyed it pre-blogging:
Now a Washington Post and Amazon Charts Bestseller.
#1 in the Kindle Store.
He needs a wife.
I need a husband.
It’s just temporary… what could go wrong?
I’ve always wanted the fairy tale wedding. Not for the princess perfect dress or big party, but for Papa.
My grandfather. The only father figure I’ve ever known.
It’s his dying wish to walk me down the aisle.
Gee, no pressure.
But I can grant that wish…
I just have to fake being head over heels in love with Ross Andrews, my best friend’s big brother whom I embarrassingly crushed on all through high school.
Handsome. Knockout sexy. Arrogant jerk extraordinaire.
Our childish pranks and tit-for-tat battles were legendary. Then I grew up.
Not that he ever noticed.
I know it’s a terrible idea, and we’re both in over our heads.
It could be the wedding of a lifetime or a total disaster.
How do we make it to the altar without killing each other first?
Or without falling in love for real?
My Big Fat Fake Wedding is a full-length romance with a HEA and no cliffhanger.
Very solid series starter! The second book in this series of interconnected standalones releases in July, and I LOVED it! Be sure to grab this one while it’s just $1.99!
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Part of me really does want to rate this as 5 stars, because there are so many great moments in it. I loved the representation of our heroine, a woman whose tics have made her feel self conscious and less than, as well as the depiction of our hero, a sweet, vulnerable guy with insecurities of his own. They make for an honest and real couple – even though I didn’t always agree with their actions. The writing is solid and the tone remains light yet heartfelt, making this the kind of read that’s easy to get lost in. There were a few minor things that bugged me, but I sincerely enjoyed it overall.
The story follows Hollyn, a woman with Tourette’s who prefers to stay behind the scenes. She is a reviewer who has built up quite an audience, but she’s done it all while keeping her anonymity intact. In real life, Hollyn is not the confident, outgoing woman she seems to be in her reviews – she’s awkward, insecure, and generally unwilling to interact with others. When the new guy at her office, Jasper, tries to strike up a conversation, their initial meeting doesn’t go as planned. They start off on the wrong foot, but slowly get to know each other better. And while neither one is in the right mindset for a relationship, that doesn’t mean there isn’t attraction between them.
It’s been awhile since I’ve read anything by this author, so I wasn’t sure what to expect going in, but this was a very satisfying read. It reads like a rom com but has serious undertones, and I loved the complexity of the characters. Both Hollyn and Jasper are extremely likable, though they each have things they struggle with. It’s a slow burn that builds along the way, and our couple remains the focal point throughout. For me, the back half is what loses this a star. I always struggle with characters who think they can keep feelings out of the equation, especially when they’re clearly already involved. The subplot revolving around Hollyn’s best friend also distracted from the romance, though I can see why it was included – it adds a touch of nuance to the relationship that’s important, but I can’t say that I particularly enjoyed it. Overall, this was very solid and a great start to a new series. I received an early copy via NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review of this slow burn romance.
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The author recommends reading On His Face first – and it’s is also on sale for 99 cents!
On My TBR:
5 Rules for my Best Friend’s Brother while he crashes at our place
1. He will not speak to me.
2. I will not pick up after him.
3. We will not, under any circumstances, hook up.
4. See Rule #3.
5. Seriously. We’re not hooking up. Ever.
Seth Newbury is a jerk.
He wasn’t always. Once upon a time, he was a sweet boy who went around kissing ouchies on the playground.
Then, he grew up and my first crush became my first bully, too.
I decided to delete him from my life, but it’s hard to erase your best friend’s older brother.
It’s even harder to avoid him when he’s temporarily living in your house.
I can’t get away from him.
Everywhere I look, he’s there with his golden eyes and his cocky smirk and… wait, when did he get those abs???
Everywhere I go, he’s there and… looking at me, too. My eyes. My lips. My body.
One kiss and I almost forget what made me hate him in the first place. Almost.
If Seth wants me, then he’s going to have to earn me.
I fell for the one off-limits man on campus.
And I’m going to bring him to his knees!
On His Knees is a best friend’s brother enemies-to-lovers romantic comedy with a wisecracking hero, a snarky heroine, and enough tension to crack your Kindle in half! Love a good slow burn? Look no further! One-click your copy to find out why romance lovers can’t get enough of Tabatha Kiss and her delicious heroes!
For best experience, read On His Face first.
Temporary price drop! This just released recently and it’s usually $9.99 for the Kindle edition. There’s been a temporary reduction to $6.99, so it’s definitely worth grabbing if this is on your TBR!
The third time’s the charm! I was mentally prepared for this to devastate me, and that made the reading experience go much smoother. If you think I’m joking, then you clearly haven’t read this author’s first two books, lol! She is a phenomenal writer, but I found the tonal shift in her first two books to be too jarring, and they kinda wrecked me (and wrecked the books for me too, in a way). That wasn’t the case with this one; there’s a bittersweet tone to the entire book, and it’s sprinkled with heartache. This is still very much a rom com, with plenty of light and carefree moments, but you know everything is going to come to a head at some point. I loved the opposites attract dynamic; Adrian is such a workaholic that days pass by without him even realizing it, while Vanessa doesn’t take a moment for granted. Their lifestyles are completely different, but they end up being perfect complements for each other, and that was so great to read.
The story follows Vanessa, a woman who knows she has a 50/50 chance of developing ALS, a disease that has taken the lives of several women in her family before they reached the age of thirty. Knowing that, she lives every day as if it could be her last, and she’s built up a successful vlog dedicated to the cause. Though she’s very successful, Vanessa’s life seems to be one never-ending hot mess, and she would never wish that on anyone else – or bring anyone else into that (possibly temporary) life. So her world gets complicated when she becomes the guardian to a baby girl, meets a man who makes her feel complete, and finds herself falling in love against her will.
It took awhile for me to like Vanessa, because she is so focused on her death. Simple as that. I appreciate that the author wove that storyline into the whole book, but it does take a bit to wrap your head around. Adrian, on the other hand, I loved right away. He doesn’t know what hit him, and he’s completely unprepared for the whirlwind that is Vanessa. I loved the two of them together, and the quieter moments are fantastic. This author has a skill for putting her readers on an emotional journey, and this has a little of everything. The back half was really the strongest part of the book for me, which is the opposite of my last two experiences with her work. Once Vanessa won me over, I was entirely invested in their love story, and that made the ups and downs more impactful. This is a rom com with emotion, and just the kind of book I love to read. I was lucky enough to receive an early copy (then purchased it for my collection), and am voluntarily leaving a review of this heartfelt romance.
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From USA Today & Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Jewel E. Ann, comes a heart-warming, second-chance romance.
Lake Jones has the perfect job, an addiction to binge-watching Netflix, and the world’s ugliest cat. She’s also a bit sexually-frustrated.
Fate bestows a breath of mercy upon her in the form of Minnesota’s NFL starting quarterback. But this gift is no stranger. Lake met Cage Monaghan three years earlier.
It was one day.
One kiss that resurrected her dreams of finding love.
His dimpled smile distracts from his imperfections, which include: a love for country music, fishing, a fan club of fawning women, and public scrutiny.
It’s starting to seem like, yet again, it’s the wrong time for their story.
But when life finally gives them their chance, the chapter they write will be one wild ride.
One is a standalone novel in the highly acclaimed Jack & Jill Series.
Deal ended, but it’s in Kindle Unlimited
Is it possible to be exhausted by a book while also having all of the warm and fuzzy feelings for it? Because I think that’s where I’m at with this one. I always, always look forward to Grant’s books, and I loved this hero. But I’ll be honest and say that I found the intensity of our heroine’s life to be overwhelming, and the constant – CONSTANT – references to her kids distracted from the romance. Moms will probably find this to be extremely relatable, and non-moms will probably find it to be funny – up to a point. While I love the humor in this author’s work, this definitely passed the point of funny and moved on to annoying somewhere along the way. That’s not to say that it’s not still an adorable, charming love story – it is – but I wish there was more focus on the connection between these two, without life getting in the way. This IS fiction, after all.
The story follows Levi, an aging rock star who loves his job, but also feels like he’s ready for something else in his life. After years on the road, Levi has realized that it’d be nice to have someone to come home to, someone who puts his needs first. So when he meets hot mess of a single mom, Ingrid, she’s a slice of normal that Levi would love to have in his life. And there’s something about Ingrid specifically that resonates with Levi, so he can’t help but be attracted to her. But Ingrid’s life is already filled to capacity, and she doesn’t have room for a distraction – even a sexy one.
This has been a great series, and I always know I’m in for a highly entertaining read when I pick up one of this author’s books. This certainly wasn’t one of my favorites from her, but the bar is VERY high at this point. It’s still swoony and sweet with so much humor, and I definitely had a good time reading it. But I wanted more of the romance without distraction. It seemed like EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. these two start getting closer, something gets in the way. And that’s funny for a while, but ultimately just becomes irritating. So while there are some deeper moments in this, I’d actually say that this is one of the shallower romances from this author, only because Levi and Ingrid don’t actually spend much alone time together at all. Sure, they’re in most scenes together, but it’s not the same thing. The tender moments that we do get are some of the best parts of the book, and I would’ve loved more. This is a fun, low angst read, and I still wholeheartedly recommend it, but there were definitely things that I didn’t love.
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On My TBR:
A high stakes wager pits an aspiring entrepreneur against a ruthless CEO in this sexy romantic comedy.
After her life falls apart, recruitment consultant Layla Patel returns home to her family in San Francisco. But in the eyes of her father, who runs a Michelin starred restaurant, she can do no wrong. He would do anything to see her smile again. With the best intentions in mind, he offers her the office upstairs to start her new business and creates a profile on an online dating site to find her a man. She doesn’t know he’s arranged a series of blind dates until the first one comes knocking on her door…
As CEO of a corporate downsizing company Sam Mehta is more used to conflict than calm. In search of a quiet new office, he finds the perfect space above a cozy Indian restaurant that smells like home. But when communication goes awry, he’s forced to share his space with the owner’s beautiful yet infuriating daughter Layla, her crazy family, and a parade of hopeful suitors, all of whom threaten to disrupt his carefully ordered life.
As they face off in close quarters, the sarcasm and sparks fly. But when the battle for the office becomes a battle of the heart, Sam and Layla have to decide if this is love or just a game.
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I look forward to every book in this series, and Game Changer was no exception. It’s a sweet and sexy friends to lovers romance that’s as subtle as it is heartwarming. Jamieson does a great job building intimacy, writing those small moments that move a relationship forward through dialogue and steamy scenes where you can feel the characters connect. Though part of a series, this just might be the easiest to read as a standalone because it leaves the world of hockey behind and focuses on the connection. It’s probably my favorite in the series.
The story follows Molly, a teacher who finds out that her fiancé has been cheating on her the night before the wedding. Rather than be humiliated herself, she shows up to the wedding and reads off some incriminating texts before fleeing the scene. Molly leans on Jax, her former fiancé’s teammate and a man she’s become friends with during the course of her relationship. Since it’s the off-season, Jax takes Molly with him as he visits with his family, and what starts as a way to escape turns into so much more. While Jax and Molly have been friendly in the past, it’s not until they spend more time together that they truly connect.
I’ll be honest: I was skeptical about this storyline. Using your friend as a rebound sounds ill-advised, and I’ve never been a huge fan of friends with benefits storylines. So I was very happy to discover that this plays out much more naturally than that – while mostly light, there’s a seriousness to the story as Molly and Jax both heal from past wounds, connecting as they go. There’s a definite emotional build before things turn physical, and I really appreciated that. The only thing that would hold this back from being a 5-star read is the fumble towards the end, but I’ve sort of accepted that it needed to happen for the progression of the story. Still not my favorite, but I understood it. As a fan of the series, I enjoyed the family moments that tie this in to the other books, but it was also nice that this stands on its own. It’s sweet, serious, and just the right amount of sexy.
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