Ready for Halloween? I’ve got just the sale for you! Our multi-author Halloween Historical Romance Sale runs from October 27-November 2, and all titles are $0.99. You’re sure to find a new Gothic, mysterious, suspenseful, or paranormal romance to read on a chilly night by a crackling fire.
Yesterday, I had a BookBub Featured Deal for Addicted to Love being on sale for 99 cents. As usual, I wanted to share the results with you.
At Amazon.com, Addicted to Love reached #18 in Romantic Comedy, #41 in Contemporary Romance and #178 overall paid in the Kindle store.
At Amazon.ca, it reached #6 in Romantic Comedy, #18 in Contemporary Romance and #70 overall paid in the Kindle store.
At Amazon Australia, Kyle and Lauren’s book reached #22 in Romantic Comedy, #41 in Contemporary Romance and #206 overall paid in the Kindle store.
At Nook, Addicted to Love earned a bestseller ribbon!
Kyle and Lauren’s book is #35 overall in the Nook store this morning:
And #12 in Romance:
At Apple, Addicted to Love is #15 overall in the Apple bookstore:
And it’s #6 in Romance at the Apple store:
Kyle and Lauren’s book will be 99 cents until the end of the week, so you can still get a copy at this special price!
My medieval romance, The Princess, launched in a new edition on Thursday and I had a BookBub ad for it yesterday. The results are very nice! Thank you to everyone who bought a copy of Luc and Brianna’s story!
Let’s have a peek at how things stand this morning.
At Amazon, The Princess is #43 overall in the Kindle store, as well as #1 in Medieval Romance:
It’s the #1 bestseller in Medieval Romance:
This is fun – The Princess is on the Hot New Releases list in Medieval Romance in the Kindle store – this is a screenshot from the sidebar:
And here’s the screen when you click through to the Hot New Releases page:
And here’s The Princess at #43 overall in the Kindle store:
Finally, Luc and Brianna’s book made the Movers and Shakers list, at #39.
Over at Nook, The Princess is also doing well. It’s #5 overall in the Nook store:
It’s also #2 bestselling on the New Release list at Nook:
It’s the #1 bestselling title in New Releases in Romance at Nook:
And also the #1 bestselling title in Historical Romance at Nook:
At Kobo, The Princess is the #2 bestselling title in Romance:
It’s also #8 bestselling on the list of top 50 ebooks at Kobo (this is the second screen):
At iBooks, The Princess is the #4 bestselling title in the store:
And it’s the #2 bestselling title in Romance in the iBooks store:
What a terrific showing! Thank you again if you grabbed a copy already – if not, The Princess is still on sale for 99 cents through the end of the month.
Today and tomorrow, I’m participating in a multi-author promotion run by Patty Jensen. There are over 100 SFF ebooks on sale for 99 cents each – scroll down on the landing pages to find the section for science fiction romance and paranormal romance to see Wyvern’s Mate and more. What I really like about this promotion is that it’s for all major retailers, not just Amazon.
Here’s the landing page. Have a visit and stock up!
The digital edition of my medieval romance, The Crusader’s Bride, which is book #1 in the Champions of St. Euphemia series, is on sale for 99 cents through October 8 at most online portals. Do you have your copy of Gaston and Ysmaine’s story yet?
When the Templar knight Gaston learns that he has inherited his father’s estate in France, he accepts one last quest for the order and agrees to deliver a package to Paris on his way home. A practical man, Gaston knows he has need of a wife and an heir, so when a lovely widowed noblewoman on pilgrimage snares his gaze, he believes he can see matters solved to their mutual convenience.
But Ysmaine is more than a pilgrim enduring bad luck. She has buried two husbands in rapid succession, both of whom died on her nuptial night, and believes herself cursed. Accepting this gruff knight seems doomed to result in his demise, but Gaston is dismissive of her warnings, and Ysmaine finds herself quickly wed again—this time to a man who is not only vital, but determined to survive.
Neither of them realize that Gaston’s errand is one of peril, for the package contains the treasure of the Templars—and some soul, either in their party or pursuing it, is intent upon claiming the prize at any cost. In a company of strangers with secrets, do they dare to trust each other and the love that dawns between them?
The Crusader’s Bride is also available in audio, narrated by Tim Gerard Reynolds.
Listen to a sample on my Audio page.
My time travel romance, The Last Highlander, is on sale this weekend at Amazon. This book is a romantic comedy and I think it’s a lot of fun. The special price is available only in the US, where it’s 99 cents, and the UK, where it’s 99p.
This weekend, my medieval romance The Renegade’s Heart has been #1 in medieval romance and #2 in Scottish romance on Amazon! This is pretty exciting stuff. Thanks to all of you who picked up a copy of Murdoch and Isabella’s book this weekend!
And if you haven’t gotten a copy yet, it’s still 99 cents at Amazon, B&N, iBooks and Kobo. Links and an excerpt are right here.
As you all know, The Frost Maiden’s Kiss, which is book #3 in my Claire Delacroix True Love Brides series of Scottish medieval romances, goes on sale Tuesday, August 26. In order to get you all caught up with the story, this weekend, the digital edition of The Renegade’s Heart, which is the first book in the same series is on sale for just 99 cents US (or equivalent) at Amazon, Apple iBooks, B&N Nook and KOBO.