Happy Book Birthday, The First Law of Love by Abbie Williams

9781771681100August 1 marks the release of our final title for Spring/Summer 2017, The First Law of Love by romance-writer-extraordinaire, Abbie Williams.

It is the sixth book in the Shore Leave Cafe series, a saga of a family of women who reside by the shores of a northern Minnesota lake.

This story centres on Tish Gordon, the middle daughter who moved away to Chicago to finish her law degree. While there, she’s asked to take a summer job for her new boss in Montana.

While Tish isn’t a stranger to small towns, she is by no means interested in moving back to one. She’s designed her life after her father’s, a high powered job at a big law firm in a flashy city. Spending the summer in the middle of nowhere isn’t exactly what she has in mind.

What she also doesn’t have in mind is reconnecting with a man who once told her she was the love of his life, Case Spicer, a sexy cowboy who plays a mean fiddle. But once she sees him again, she can’t stop thinking about him. The summer heats up and has a lot more in store for Tish as she grapples with trying to figure out what it is she truly wants for her life.

I’m personally in love with the stories in the Shore Leave Cafe series. They’re extremely well written, with engaging characters and locales that I kind of wished I lived in — despite the summer mosquitoes and winter blizzards. Of course, the romance is super hot, and these books are the perfect summer reads. (I’m actually currently reading Until Tomorrow and The Way Back, and Return to Yesterday; the next books in the series that will be released next Winter).

This book is currently up on NetGalley, but will be coming down soon, so head over there to request it, or pick it up at Amazon or your favorite indie bookstore!

Goblins of Bellwater by Molly Ringle

There’s good reason that librarians are respected individuals: after all, they are curators of written stories. Leave it to one to write a great review of a book that I personally loved as well. Thank you, Patricia!

It's All About the Book

goblinHow could I resist a book inspired by one of my all-time favorite pieces of writing, Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market? Molly Ringle’s reimagined Market takes place in the forests of present day Washington State, where we are introduced to Kit Sylvain, a young man bound by a family curse to take care of a tribe of goblins. By “take care of” I mean provide them with gold or whatever else they want to prevent them from messing around with the nearby humans. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t, since goblins are wily, deceitful creatures.

While Kit is tending to the goblins, sisters Skye and Livy Darwen have grown up in the small town of Bellwater, and spend hours exploring the forest, where they imagine “teeny-tinies” call to them. One day, Skye follows a path that wasn’t there before, drawn by the call of the “teeny-tinies,” which turn out to…

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Amazing Deals for Amazon Prime Day!

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I don’t have too much time to write, mainly because I want to spend a little more time over at Amazon checking out all the deals for Prime Day.

I did want to mention that we have 4 books that were selected for Lightning Deals, and those books are going to be at least half price!

Last night, I Wrote This For You and Only You was on for half price (and it’s still pretty cheap!) Right now, I see that From Ant to Eagle is on for an amazing price of $4.14, and there’s a few hours left. Next up, is I Wrote This For You: Just the Words and The Recipient, so head over there and gobble up these, and any other great deals you might find.

Happy Shopping!

Happy Book Birthday-Winter at the White Oaks Lodge!

9781771681087Ah, summer (or almost)…

A time for shorts and tank tops, for spreading out a blanket on some soft grass under the shade of a tree and reading. So why not pick up a book that takes place in the frigid winters of northern Minnesota?

We know, June seems like a weird time to release a book where the characters are bundled up in parkas, but Winter at the White Oaks Lodge by Abbie Williams is the fourth book in our Shore Leave Cafe series and most of the volumes take place in the summer – except this one.

July and August will see the release of Wild Flower and The First Law of Love (both set in the heat of summer) and we have to read this one before we get to those!

All the Shore Leave Cafe books are available in print, digital and audio formats and we hope you’ll enjoy continuing the story of this family of women and the men who love them.

If you’re interested, the first book (Summer at the Shore Leave Cafe) is up on NetGalley right now, so head over to there to start this awesome series for free – or just give it some cover-love.

The Shore Leave Cafe Series by award-winning romance writer, Abbie Williams.

Now on NetGalley: The Goblins of Bellwater

9781771681179For all you reviewers who love stories of the fae-type, we’ve got a great novel coming from the most wonderful, Molly Ringle. The Goblins of Bellwater is a New Adult paranormal inspired by Christina Rossetti’s eerie, sensual poem, “Goblin Market”. It’s the kind of poem that gives you that creepy, crawly feeling up your arms. Here’s an excerpt, but you can read the full, beautiful poem here.


“Hug me, kiss me, suck my juices

Squeez’d from goblin fruits for you,
Goblin pulp and goblin dew.

Eat me, drink me, love me;”


The book is up on NetGalley right now, and after only a day, we’ve received almost 200 requests and the cover has dozens of thumbs-ups. If you like the look of the book, head over to NetGalley to pick up a copy – or just give it some cover-love.

The Shore Leave Cafe Series by Abbie Williams

While it seems a little strange to release books with a summer theme in mid-winter, there’s something really nice about it too. When the snow is piling up, what better way to escape than through a romance novel set in the warm, lazy days of summer.

Abbie Williams is a romance-writer extraordinaire: she’s penned award-winning and critically acclaimed historical romance and this series of a family of women who reside on a lake in Minnesota will entice even non-romance readers. There are nine books in this series, and this winter we’re releasing the first three. The books are garnering some significant attention but we hope you like them as much as we do…

Review! Amanda on the Danube by Darlene Foster

While our books get reviewed all the time by bloggers, I’d like to repost this one of Amanda on the Danube by Darlene Foster which is written by a very professional book blogger who also happens to be a young person.

This Kid Reviews Books is run by Erik and it’s not often one finds a book blogger who is so professional and has staying power – his blog has been around for several years!

 

Source: Review! Amanda on the Danube by Darlene Foster