Sunday, May 21, 2017

What have we here? ebook Soda offering many free books!


Since I don't want to be put in a genre "box", I am taking a break from blogging about romance novels for a while. Instead of love stories, I wanted to share my latest ebook deal find with you.

Presenting, ebook Soda.
Look at how many free and 99 cent ebooks this site has to offer!
I counted nine free ebooks and 18 ebooks you can download for 99 cents on the first page alone.

If you are an author, click here to list your ebook:

You can even get ebooks tailored to your taste. Check it out here:

Friday, May 12, 2017

I've got a taste for some culinary lit - How about Good Enough to Eat by Stacey Ballis?

Melanie Hoffman was on top of the world. After a lifelong struggle with her ever-ballooning weight, and a decade spent loathing her job as an attorney, with the support of her loving husband Andrew she finally decided to take control of her life. Two years later, Melanie has lost half her body weight, gotten a culinary degree, and opened a new healthy gourmet take out café on the North Side of Chicago. She has a great staff that she loves, a beautiful home, and a business that seems on track to become a success. With her fortieth birthday on the horizon, she feels as if all of her dreams have become reality.
And then Andrew announces he is leaving her. For a woman twice her size.
Just when she thinks it can’t get worse, a financial bombshell threatens to pull the rug completely out from under her. Enter Nadia, a quirky twenty-something with calico pink hair and dreadful taste in men who is suffering from a temporary state of homelessness. Under normal circumstances, these two women might never have met, but in their current unmoored states, they become roommates, and eventually, friends. And right on Nadia’s heels, Nathan, a documentary film director whose romantic attentions are both exhilarating and terrifying for Melanie. In her new reality, Melanie must face her relationship demons and learn how to live and love in her new body, and how to be good to her friends, her employees, and most importantly, to herself, and to remember that life can indeed be delicious.
Talk about making lemonade when life hands you lemons. Like what you see?
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Saturday, May 6, 2017

What would you rather do? Compete for a bachelor or grow grapes?


Here's a new twist on the traditional romance novel: take another try at love or grow grapes.
What if your twin sister ropes you into it?

Synopsis: Sabrina Kerrigan is a sassy, independent woman whose fiancĂ© ditched her a week before they were to be married. Since then, she gives all her attention to a backyard filled with flowers and a spindly grape arbor. Her meddling twin, Lilith, thinks Sabrina’s had enough time to grieve the relationship that wasn’t meant to be. Lil registers her to be one of twenty-one bachelorettes who will vie for one guy’s heart in an event called Pick Me. Sabrina is furious at Lil for immersing her in what is sure to be three weeks of nonstop chaos. The only reason she agreed to take part is because the entry fee goes to charity. The minute Sabrina arrives at the hotel a case of mistaken identity sets the chaos in motion. 

Millionaire winery owner, Beau Reinholt has had the worst luck with women. He seems to pick those interested in his money not him. His best friend, Marco Santaguida, the director for Pick Me, cons Beau into being this year’s bachelor. Beau agrees on one condition - the women aren’t to know his true identity until he either falls in love or finds extreme-like with one of the candidates. Everything goes smoothly until he meets Sabrina Kerrigan. She ticks him off right away. She also turns him on. The more Beau tries to focus on the twenty other women the more he’s drawn to the one who says she doesn’t want any part of him. 

Decisions, decisions. Do you want to see more of what author Jan Romes has to offer?
Here is her website: