• Booked on a Feeling

    Booked on a Feeling by Jayci Lee is $1.99! This is book three in the A Sweet Mess series, though I think all work fine as a standalone. This one has a friends to lovers romance.

    Jayci Lee’s romcom Booked on a Feeling features an overachieving lawyer. A failing bookstore. A childhood friend. And the chance of a lifetime…

    Lizzy “Overachiever” Chung, Esq. has her life mapped out neatly:
    * Become a lawyer. Check.
    * Join a prestigious law firm. Check.
    * Make partner. In progress.

    If all goes to plan, she will check off that last box in a couple years, make her parents proud, and live a successful, fulfilled life in L.A. What was not in her plans was passing out from a panic attack during a pivotal moment in her career. A few deep breaths and a four hour drive later, Lizzy is in Weldon for three weeks to shed the burnout and figure out what went wrong. And what better place to recharge than the small California town where she spent her childhood summers with her best friend, Jack Park.

    Jack Park didn’t expect to see Lizzy back in Weldon, but now he’s got three weeks to spend with the girl of his dreams. Except she doesn’t know of his decades-long crush on her–and he intends to keep it that way. She’s a high-powered attorney who lives in L.A. and he’s a bookkeeper at his family’s brewery who never left his hometown. He can’t risk their friendship on a long shot. Can he? When Lizzy decides that the local bookstore needs a little revamp, of course, Jack is going to help her bring it back to life. But the more time they spend together, the harder it becomes to ignore there might be more than just friendship among the dusty shelves and books…

    Sometimes the path to the rest of your life has been in front of you all along.

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  • Some Dukes Have All the Luck

    Some Dukes Have All the Luck by Christina Britton

    Some Dukes Have All the Luck by Christina Britton is $3.99! There’s so much catnip in this description that I may pick it up for myself. It’s book one in the Synneful Spinsters, which judging by the title, could be a spin-off from Britton’s Isle of Synne series.

    Ash Hawkins, Duke of Buckley, no more wants to marry than he wants a stick in his eye. As the owner of a gaming hell, he is all too aware the odds of a happy marriage are against him. But raising his three rebellious wards alone is proving more than he can handle. He needs to find someone who stands to benefit from a marriage of convenience as much as he does. Someone logical, clinical, and rational. And in a stroke of luck, he quite literally stumbles over just such a woman.

    After years of ridicule for being more interested in bugs than boys, Bronwyn has accepted that she’ll never marry for love. Her parents, however, are threatening to find her a husband. Bronwyn doesn’t need any scientific research to show her Ash has secrets. But his proposal would give her the freedom to continue her entomology research and perhaps finally get published. Just as long as she can keep her mind on her work and off his piercing eyes, broad shoulders, and wicked, wicked tongue.

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  • The Hellion and the Hero

    The Hellion and the Hero by Emily Sullivan

    The Hellion and the Hero by Emily Sullivan is $2.99! Claudia mentioned this one in a previous Hide Your Wallet, and was initially curious about the second chance romance element. This is the third book in the series.

    Society darling Lady Georgiana Arlington spent years crafting her image as the ideal wife, but since her husband’s unexpected death, she has lived mostly for herself while making desperately needed improvements to the businesses she inherited­­––and gaining a mysterious enemy in the process. With few people she can trust, Georgiana must rely on Captain Henry Harris, a former fortune-hunter turned private investigator who once claimed to love the woman beneath her carefully polished veneer. Time and experience have left a heavy mark on the dashing young officer she used to know, but she finds herself even more drawn to the dark and complicated man he has become.

    When Captain Harris left London eight years ago, he was heartbroken and nearly penniless. Now he has returned as a decorated naval hero with everything he could ever want. Everything except Lady Georgiana… As a careless young woman, she once shredded his heart when she married another man. But now she is as alluring as ever, with a newfound tenacity he can’t help but admire. And the more he uncovers, the more nothing is as it seems, especially the woman he once swore to hate forever.

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  • The Good Neighbor

    The Good Neighbor by Maxwell King

    The Good Neighbor by Maxwell King is $2.99! This is a biography of the late and great Mr. Rogers! Admittedly, I’m not a big nonfiction reader, but this sounds all sort of sweet and wholesome. I’ve yet to hear a bad word about Mr. Rogers.

    The definitive biography of Fred Rogers, children’s television pioneer and American cultural icon, an instant New York Times bestseller 

    Fred Rogers (1928–2003) was an enormously influential figure in the history of television. As the creator and star of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, he was a champion of compassion, equality, and kindness, fiercely devoted to children and taking their questions about the world seriously. The Good Neighbor is the first full-length biography of Fred Rogers.

    Based on original interviews, oral histories, and archival documents, The Good Neighbor traces Rogers’s personal, professional, and artistic life through decades of work. It includes his surprising decision to walk away from the show in 1976 to make television for adults, only to return to the neighborhood to help children face complex issues such as divorce, discipline, mistakes, anger, and competition. The Good Neighbor is the definitive portrait of a beloved figure.

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