Mid-Week Deals and Steals

There have been so many new deals that the list needed to be refreshed!!! There are a ton of great freebies and deals out there on romance books, so get clicking and load up your library! These low/no price books are the perfect way to try out new-to-you authors without breaking the bank.

They’re sorted into several lists – these deals change daily, so grab them while you can! Fair warning: I might add new deals as I see them, but only remove expired deals once a week and they sometimes go fast. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

⚠️ Each photo is a link to the listing on Amazon, so just click on the photo to see the deal. ⚠️

And audio lovers, don’t forget that if you get the Kindle edition for free/cheap, you can often add on the audiobook for a significantly reduced price!


KINDLE DEALS

$2.99 and up


$1.49-$2.49


99 cents


Freebies


Want cheap audiobooks? These are $1.99 or slightly more – if you own the ebook!

Audio add-on prices are ONLY available if you already own the Kindle edition OR borrow the book from Kindle Unlimited. For example: I grabbed the Kindle edition of Elle Kennedy’s The Risk as a deal, and it’s only $1.99 if I want to add the audio, since it’s in my collection. So if you own – or have borrowed – any of the books below, then the add-on price is cheap.

Not an Audible member? Good news! It’s not required to take advantage of these audio add-on prices! I do recommend the program though, because there are so many great audiobooks included in the membership. If you’re not a member, you can try a free trial at: https://amzn.to/3az9WuS You get to keep any books you’ve purchased, even if you end your membership.

Surely you have Kindle Unlimited, right? It’s awesome! If not, get your first month free at: https://amzn.to/35RR1tf


Check out this week’s new releases here.


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4 thoughts on “Mid-Week Deals and Steals

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    1. On Sundays, I put together completely fresh lists, with only the “monthly” deals remaining in the same spots (at the end of each price range). If I do updates during the week, I typically put the new deals at the start of each price range. For example, this mid-week list has a lot of new freebies and 99 cent deals, but not a lot of changes to $1.99 and up. It’s like a freshened up version of Sunday’s list. Hope that helps!

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      1. Thank you so much! I’m generally looking at the audio add ons to make sure I don’t miss a cheap deal. Your blog is so helpful! Between it and the library extension for chrome I’m saving so much money!

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      2. That’s awesome, thanks! I usually do a deep dive into audio add-ons when I’m putting together my list on the first of the month, so keep an eye out for that. That’s always the freshest list!

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