Today's Featured Books

Spotlight on Hearts of the Hall series of Georgian, Regency, and Victorian Romance!



Today, LitNuts is shining a spotlight on the Hearts of the Hall series, three books by three authors spanning the Georgian, Regency, and Victorian generations of the Derringer family:

Get swept away in the romance, misunderstandings, secrets, and happily-ever-afters in the Hearts of the Hall series as you follow the women who capture the hearts of the Derringer gentlemen.

Bonus: Get free book club discussion questions for all three books at

Finding Miss Giles by Philippa Jane Keyworth

Book 1 in the Hearts of the Hall series
Genre: Regency Romance, Christian Romance, Clean & Wholesome Romance
4.4 stars, 57 ratings on Goodreads
Paperback: $8.31  
E-book: $2.99

Bath, 1780: Without family or fortune, Miss Araminta Giles must rely on her wit alone.

Engaged by Mr. Derringer to be companion to his sister for the Bath Season, Ary views this position as merely another in a line of employments necessary to her survival.

So when she finds herself warming to Charlotte, and shivering under the intense gaze of Mr. Derringer, she is surprised to find herself hoping for more than just a roof over her head. But a series of intriguing encounters in polite Society cause Ary to realise her position with the Derringers may not be the fruit of her own labours after all. As she tries to make sense of the revelations, she is forced to consider what she really wants. 

Will she keep going through life relying only on herself? Or is she willing to take a chance on a home, family and…love?

★★★★★ "A delightful tale about the subtle love between hero and heroine." ~Goodreads Review 

Engaging Miss Shaw by Rachel Knowles

Book 2 in the Hearts of the Hall series
Genre: Regency Romance, Christian Romance, Clean & Wholesome Romance
4.5 stars, 65 ratings on Amazon
Paperback: $7.12
E-book: $2.99

He’s desperate for a governess. She needs to escape her matchmaking sister.

Bath 1815: John Derringer doesn’t need a wife, and he certainly doesn’t need children. Devoted to studying ancient Rome, all he wants after the death of his brother is to disappear into his research. But now he must take on the family estate and care for his orphaned nephew.

Unable to see past his grief, John cannot face the boy, and leaves him to a succession of governesses who fail to tame the unruly youngster.

Evelina Shaw is resigned to staying unmarried. With no dowry and little beauty, the only men she has attracted are widowers wanting a capable woman to look after their children—and she refuses to settle for that.

When she hears of Mr. Derringer’s desperate need for a governess, Evelina seizes the opportunity to escape from her sister’s futile matchmaking.

But on arriving at Duriel Hall, Evelina can see hurt and misunderstanding everywhere she looks. As she helps bring healing to the Derringer family, her life becomes entwined with theirs, and neither John nor Evelina can predict the consequences…

★★★★★ "A fabulous storyline with twists, transformations and tender romance." ~Amazon Review 

Restoring Miss Hastings by Edwina Kiernan

Book 3 in the Hearts of the Hall series
Genre: Regency Romance, Christian Romance, Clean & Wholesome Romance
4.2 stars, 46 ratings on Goodreads
Paperback: $12.99
E-book: $2.99

Devastated by loss…a stranger takes her in. But will her presence ruin his plans to restore all he’s lost?

Harriet Hastings has nowhere left to turn: after losing both her parents within a few months of each other, she is penniless and alone. So when a distant relative makes arrangements for her future, Harriet faces another loss—leaving the place she calls home to go and live with strangers.

Edmund Derringer’s on a mission: to restore the family heirlooms he pawned to cover the debts of his failed speculation. The last thing he needs is to be saddled with his cousin’s ward—a friendly chatterbox who intrudes on his time, distracting him from the task at hand.

But when outside forces threaten their burgeoning fondness, each will be compelled to re-examine what they really believe about one another, and what their most important goal for the future truly is… 

Immersed in faith and intrigue, this Christian Victorian romance from award-winning author Edwina Kiernan will encourage and delight you long after you turn the last page.

★★★★★ "An amazing story of two people struggling to make their lives better." ~Goodreads Review 

About the Authors
The Hearts of the Hall books were written by three authors who are also friends:

Philippa Jane Keyworth, also known as P. J. Keyworth, writes historical romance and fantasy novels. She loves strong heroines, challenging heroes, and backdrops that read like you’re watching a movie. She creates complex, believable characters you want to get to know and worlds that are as dramatic as they are beautiful. Learn more at and get a free copy of A Dangerous Deal, a Georgian Romance, when you sign up for Philippa's mailing list. 

Rachel Knowles writes faith-based Regency romance. She first read Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice at the age of thirteen and fell in love, not only with Mr. Darcy, but with the entire Regency period. Since 2011, she has been blogging about her research on her website, She also writes historical non-fiction based on her extensive research. Rachel lives in the beautiful Georgian seaside town of Weymouth in Dorset, on the south coast of England, with her husband, Andrew. Learn more at

Edwina Kiernan is the Christian author of the award-winning novel Ruby’s Redemption. An enthusiast of classic novels and history, Edwina combines her faith, imagination, and research in hope-infused tales set in times past. A lifelong word admirer, with Welsh and Irish heritage, she started writing stories early in childhood. Learn more at and get a free copy of first chapter of Ruby's Redemption when you sign up for Edwina's mailing list. 

Free online: A virtual tour of Rome's private art collections!


Free online: A virtual tour of Rome's private art collections! Experience the opulence of the Borghese Gallery and its Renaissance and Baroque masterpieces. Wander through the historic halls of Palazzo Colonna, adorned with breathtaking artworks and architectural marvels. Explore Palazzo Spada, where the fusion of art and illusion creates a captivating experience. Step into the serene grandeur of the Doria Pamphilj and its treasure trove of art. Conclude with the Farnesina, a Renaissance gem that houses some of the most exquisite frescoes by Raphael. Thursday, March 28, 9 PM Rome, 8 PM London, 4 PM NYC, 1 PM LA.

"I went to see this picture [Raphael's Madonna della Sedia] just to have a good laugh – and I found myself in front of the most wonderfully free, solid, simple, alive painting it is possible to imagine." ~Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 1882

The Covid Murders by Greg Vigdor

Book of the Day

A new genre! Entertaining medical detective stories that speak to very real problems of American health policy. A dead patient in a Nashville hospital triggers an investigation that leads to other suspicious deaths. Could they all be explained by COVID? Medical errors? A systemic care problem? Or something worse? The quest for truth runs into political complications of the highest order. A frightening whodunnit with real-world implications. Book 2 in the series. 4.7 stars, 83 ratings. From $0.99. Free via KU. SHOP NOW

FREE - Little Blue Box by Frances Dall'Alba


Regrets, lies, and earth-shattering secrets. When Ella learns the identity of her biological father, nothing will stand in her way. Not even his power. When things don’t go to plan, can one little blue box put Ella and Zane back on the same path? This second-chance contemporary romance is filled with suspense, emotion, and a life-changing sizzling romance. Book 1 in the Australian At Heart Series. 4.3 stars, 99 ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

FREE - The Murder Plague by Scott Michael Powers

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Imagine the world when the two great terrors of 21st-century America emerge together, creating a pandemic of mass murders. An engineered virus that attacks the brain spreads quickly, causing infected people to go into psychotic rages. Scientists and others race the plague, hoping to survive long enough to stop it. The Murder Plague is a fast-paced dystopian thriller full of suspense, riveting action, and heart. 4.6 stars, 16 ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

A Strange Affinity by Rebecca Rook

Children and Young Adult

A #1 New Release in Teen & Young Adult Westerns Fiction. A Deadly Education meets True Grit! When two strangers arrive in her small town along the Oregon Trail, Gloriana Rue learns that she has the magical ability, called an Affinity, to manipulate metal. Even more shocking, her late mother was a renowned magical scholar but had abandoned the world of Affinities. Desperate to know more about this secret past, Glory agrees to attend an academy for magicians to find answers. Trouble, train robberies, and magic follow! From $4.99. Free via KU. SHOP NOW

Accidental Conscript by John Walker

Science Fiction and Fantasy

New release! Sam Levine knows what it means to struggle. He’s been forced to turn his talents to freelance work, picking up whatever dirty job he can find only to make ends meet. But there’s an end in sight. An opportunity to change everything. And when a dangerous, high-profile job comes his way, he sees light at the end of the tunnel. A #1 Best Seller in Space Fleet Science Fiction. From $0.99. Free via KU. SHOP NOW

Not Alone: The Ultimate Collection by Craig A. Falconer

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Complete Sci-Fi Box Set: 10 books! The secret is out: Aliens exist, the government knows, and Dan McCarthy just found the proof. But Dan’s relentless commitment to exposing the cover-up and forcing disclosure earns him some enemies in high places. An Amazon Charts: Most Sold Fiction certified bestseller, Best of The Year finalist, international and multi-format #1 sci-fi bestseller, and multi-time Kindle Unlimited All Star title. 4.9 stars, 16 ratings. From $1.99. Free via KU. SHOP NOW

My Dangerous Lover by Annie J Rose


New release! I came to Dasher to start a new life. Not to fall for my mysterious new neighbor. I’ve felt half-dead ever since I lost my husband. But Anson Miller’s touch makes me feel alive again. Part of the Off-Limits Daddies series. 4.6 stars, 8 ratings. From $0.99. Free via KU. SHOP NOW

New release: Houdini's Last Handcuffs


Congratulations to Charlie and Cheryl Young and Vine Leaves Press on the release of Houdini's Last Handcuffs, a mesmerizing blend of historical fiction and fantasy set in 1950s Manhattan.

★★★★★ "The great Houdini book the world has been waiting for. A perfect escape." ~John Kelly, Detroit Free Press

Houdini's Last Handcuffs

NEW RELEASE: March 26, 2024
Genre: Historical Fantasy
Hardcover: $24.99
Paperback: $17.99
Ebook: $5.99  

A riveting journey into a world where magic meets science, tantalizing readers with every twist and turn.

On the 30th anniversary of Houdini's death, three young friends who were gifted a mystical Ouija Board by the enigmatic writer Walter Gibson, find themselves thrust into a world of wonder.

While adults attempt to reach Houdini in a séance at his former residence, the children unknowingly call upon the great magician, not through the Ouija board or séance but via an enigmatic pair of handcuffs from their father's magic collection.

Houdini, in dire need of their aid, reveals a hidden notebook filled with scientific formulas coveted by both benevolent and malevolent secret circles. This notebook is a puzzle, locked behind Houdini's cryptic code.

The unexpected unfolds, setting off a thrilling chase, where the pursuit of Houdini's notebook holds the key to secrets, mystique, and adventure.

Praise for Houdini’s Last Handcuffs
★★★★★ “A lovingly crafted mix of fact and fantasy featuring famous faces from the 1958 New York magic scene, including Houdini himself! Part reminiscence and part high adventure, this is a tale that will make you believe.” ~John Cox, author of the "Wild About Harry" blog

★★★★★ “A compelling historical novel with a strong cast of characters. Highly recommended!” ~The Wishing Shelf

★★★★★ “A rewarding work of fervid and fertile imagination” ~Joseph Caldwell, author of In the Shadow of the Bridge

★★★★★ “There are few authors more qualified to craft a story about Houdini than the Youngs, who quite literally grew up amidst the lore and legends surrounding the world's most famous magician.” ~Gabe Fajuri, Founder of Potter and Potter Auctions, author of Mysterio's Encyclopedia of Magic and Conjuring

About the Authors
Charlie Young has been active as a physician/eye surgeon, writer, artist, vice president of the music company Denton and Haskins, creator of the radio podcast series Unheard of Jazz, and most recently writer of the historical fiction Houdini's Last Handcuffs which he co-authored with his sister.

Houdini’s Last Handcuffs is Cheryl Young's debut novel co-authored with her brother. Raised and educated in Manhattan, she earned an MBA from Columbia University. In addition to a career in finance, Cheryl is also a board member of the Finch College Alumni Foundation Trust, which focuses on awarding grants to tri-state area community college women continuing on for a four-year degree. Cheryl divides time between the cosmopolitan life of Miami and rural life in Essex Connecticut.

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About the Publisher
Vine Leaves Press likes to blur the line between commercial and experimental works. They publish book-length vignette collections, writing reference books, short story collections, memoir/autobiography, and character-driven novels with a literary bent.​ Subscribe to the Vine Leaves Press newsletter to receive FREE advanced review copies of upcoming new releases, news about their authors and subscribers, and/or to read the monthly opinion column, SPILL IT! or a daily dose of 50-word stories. Learn more at

Last call: Earn rewards in The Chimera Snare Kickstarter


Last call! Be part of a unique publishing project by participating in The Chimera Snare: Fragments Kickstarter campaign. The Chimera Snare is a new dark fantasy series, and readers who participate in the Kickstarter campaign can choose from a variety of rewards, including specially curated goods from a selection of independent artisans. Backers will also be acknowledged in the book's credits.

"What you pour out into the world is poured right back into you." ~Matshona Dhliwayo

Murder Under Redwood Moon by Sherri L. Dodd

Mystery Thriller Crime and Horror

At the age of eight, Arista Kelly was frantically swept up by her parents and whisked off to an isolated town in the California redwoods. Two days later, her parents were gone. Now at the age of twenty-three, she has settled into an eclectic lifestyle, enjoying the use of herbs and crystals to help her commune with the energy and nature around her in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Life in the mountains takes a dark turn when the body of Arista's former classmate is found nearby. As other young women fall prey to a suspected serial killer, Arista realizes that the terror is coming to her. From $0.99. Free via KU. SHOP NOW

FREE - Rune Academy: The Witch's Curse by Tara Shelley

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Bri's life in Inverness was ordinary. Magic was a notion Bri had long dismissed, but now she's "The Witch of Algiz" at the Rune Academy. As Bri grapples with her newfound identity, she feels the pulsating power of Runes beneath her fingertips. The cursed title creates palpable tension, with unspoken fears that she might use dark evil magic. The academy buzzes with uncertainty as she navigates the precarious path between light and shadow. Will Bri fall to the witch’s curse and be a danger to her friends and the academy? 4.4 stars, 46 ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

FREE - Grayson's Go-Kart Adventure by D. R. Whitehead

Children and Young Adult

Bored of the familiar routines of soccer and karate, Grayson decided to dive into the world of go-karting. With an invitation to join an exclusive go-kart club at school, Grayson happily accepts and starts to make new friends, even running into an old enemy. Grayson then encounters the unimaginable—someone sabotages his go-kart! Will Grayson rise above the sabotage and continue to race, or will he go back to the safety of soccer and karate? FREE - SHOP NOW

FREE - Sheltered by Love by Sariah Denzin


When Felicity moves to a coastal Maine town, she’s expecting to lead a quiet, solitary life, far from the secrets of her past. But everything changes after Zane, her grumpy landlord and a veteran Marine, becomes her new neighbor. 4.2 stars, 132 ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

Moving Mama by Rev. Dr. Anne Hays Egan

Memoir and Creative Nonfiction

Did you know that 6.7 million people in the U.S. are living with Alzheimer's? Most of us need help, and this book has a lot to offer. Readers call it an excellent, practical resource for those of us who are caring for a loved one. Reviewers say the book is "a must for someone caring for an elder," "a page-turner," and "a compelling story that touched me deeply." They also said the book was "something I could not put down." It's a book that at its core "speaks of hope. Add this to your toolkit! 4.6 stars, 43 ratings. From $2.99. Free via KU. SHOP NOW

There Were No Flowers by William Meffert

Memoir and Creative Nonfiction

William Meffert, his father, and his son are all surgeons. From World War II and Vietnam to today, they have all fought the battle for human life. In There Were No Flowers, Meffert links together the individual lives of grandfather, father, and son to tell a story of war, surgery, trauma, and the joys of family and love in the face of it all. 4.4 stars, 52 ratings. From $0.99 SHOP NOW

FREE - Harpy by David Neth

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Saving him is their job, but it won’t get his victim justice. Samantha and Kathy are witches who protect the nonmagical from evil. So when they spot a coven of harpies targeting Mark, a nonmagical man, they immediately rush to save him. The clock is ticking and the longer it takes Samantha and Kathy to decide what to do, the more innocent people that will be hurt by the harpies while they wait to sink their claws into Mark. Book 1 of the Coven series. 4 stars, 21 ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

New Release! Age of Rust: Retribution by Thaddeus Yeiser and Conrad Bair


New release! Congratulations to authors Thaddeus Yeiser and Conrad Bair and to Ink Smith Publishing on the release of Age of Rust: Retribution

It has been 700 years since the end of the Golden Age of Man. Now a medieval war ravages the land once known as America. The story began with Age of Rust and continues with Age of Rust: Retribution

★★★★★ "A gripping tale set in a post-apocalyptic world where a medieval war rages." ~Goodreads Review

Age of Rust: Retribution

New Release: March 22, 2024
Book 2 in the Age of Rust series
Genre: Dystopian Fiction, War Fiction, Military Fantasy
Paperback: $16.99  
E-book: $5.99 (free via Kindle Unlimited)

Having survived a battle with the Western warlord Kayzitt, Seneca and Tavin lead the survivors South out of the thawing northern wilds. They must seek out the Chancellor of the East, who has been directing their campaigns from a distance, and determine the future direction of the war and thus, their lives.

Meanwhile, Kayzitt and Oil’ib play cat-and-mouse in the desolate wilds, their survival unbeknownst to their friends. Oil’ib longs for revenge at any cost, but Kayzitt will not allow himself to be beaten so easily.

Chiara tries to maintain the hospital that Seneca was forced to leave for the service—all while patients pile in and physicians continue to be drafted away. When the situation reaches a harrowing breaking point, she will put her life on the line to save her home.

When the Agents of the Chancellor finally meet their leader, they learn that there may be a way out of the war: a long lost tool or the Golden Age of man, which may give them the advantage needed to dispel the invaders from their land. But the mission will require a high-risk journey to the New England territories, where the influence of the Eastern Republic is weak and their enemies closer than they could have dreamed.

Age of Rust

Book 1 in the Age of Rust series
Genre: Dystopian Fiction, War Fiction, Military Fantasy
4.6 stars, 29 ratings
Hardcover: $24.99
Paperback: $15.99  
E-book: $3.99 (free via Kindle Unlimited)

No records show how it happened, though everyone has their beliefs as to why the golden age of man fell seven hundred years ago. Since, humanity has managed to rebuild a modest civilization from the ruins. Now a medieval war begins to ravage the land once known as America.

The lives of six young men become ensnared in the violence as they serve the Eastern army. Chief among them are Tavin, the son of a respected general, and Seneca, a physician drafted away from his studies. Loved ones left at home are threatened when Kayzitt, the zealot Western officer, leads his marauders behind enemy lines. His cruel methods devastate every community he encounters, and the East seems doomed to fall under its own weight as he makes a name for himself in the legends of the militaristic West.

But the six heroes notice that something has changed inside themselves. Their minds are subtly connected in a way that cannot be explained but lends them increased prowess on the battlefield. Inevitably, their skills place them on a collision course with Kayzitt that will shape the future of the nation.

Age of Rust is a tale of displaced youth, the struggle for life, and the peril of love in war-time. It is an ode to masculine vainglory and the valor in conflict as it bridges with the feminine witness of human corruption and loss of innocence.

★★★★★ "A thought-provoking take of wartime woes." ~Amazon Review

★★★★★ "Beautifully explores themes of displacement, the struggle for survival, and the complexities of love in times of war." ~Goodreads Review 

About the Publisher
Established in 2012, Ink Smith Publishing is a small, independent publishing house that works closely with authors to develop their books, marketing plans, and sales. Ink Smith has published works in multiple genres, including horror, mystery, thriller, young adult, science fiction, fantasy, and more. Learn more at, and be sure to follow them online: 

Spotlight on Crime, Action & Adventure from author Michael Cardwell


Today, LitNuts is shining a spotlight on the work of Michael Cardwell, author of the “Frontier” books, a best-selling series following Game Warden Danny Coogan in Montana, and The Rough Stuff, a powerful collection of short stories. Read on to learn more!

Frontier Justice: A Coogan Mystery

Genres: Mystery, Crime, Action, Adventure
4.4 stars, 1339 ratings
Paperback: $9.99
Ebook: $2.99 (Free via Kindle Unlimited)

Danny Coogan, a freshly minted Montana Fish and Game Officer and recent Afghanistan veteran, hopes to bury his demons in a simple life in the wilderness around the small town of Darwin. But his life becomes a nightmare when he is shot and left injured and alone in the freezing countryside to struggle for survival. His assailant? Edmund Goodrunner, a local Native American Danny had considered a friend.

Thus begins a brutal battle of lies, deception, and revenge with drug runners, weapons dealers, kidnappers, and killers. Danny finds himself thrust into an FBI investigation and forced to juggle the threats of a dangerous domestic terrorist group that threatens every aspect of the community he loves and has vowed to protect.

Danny, along with his surrogate father, Senior Game Warden Ben Whitetail, and the local Tribal Police Chief, instill the rich flavor of rural America through poignancy and down-home humor as they struggle, each in their own way, to bring peace back to their snowy town.

Fans of Craig Johnson and CJ Box will love this outstanding first novel as the author draws on his military experience and deep love of rural America to produce this action/adventure. If you like mysteries and crime stories with resilient heroes, slam-bang conflict, and nail-biting suspense seasoned with a splash of wilderness humor, then you’ll love Frontier Justice.

★★★★★ "Great start to a new series." ~Goodreads Review

★★★★★ "Modern Western with action and heart." ~Amazon Review

Frontier Outlaws: A Coogan Mystery

New Release!
Genres: Crime, Action, Mystery, Adventure
4.6 stars, 155 ratings
Paperback: $14.99
Ebook: $2.99 (Free via Kindle Unlimited)

Eight months after the showdown with the domestic terrorist group that nearly cost him his life, Danny Coogan, a Montana Fish and Game Officer, faces a new threat to his community—and his career. It starts with a dead steer. Which happens to be near the body of a dead rancher. Both of which are on the Dead Horse Indian Reservation.

Soon, Danny, the Tribal Police, the local Sheriff’s Department, and a U.S. Marshal are pressed into action. Danny’s connections to the Rez draw him into the murder case and plant him firmly in the crosshairs of the killers. Another victim is discovered, tortured, and murdered—but why? What secret painted a target on these locals?

Along with fellow Afghanistan veteran Matt Bringloe from the Tribal Police, Danny is determined to uncover the truth. Then, a connection is made to a decades-old cold case, revealing hidden motives and secret agendas. Now, Danny must pull together the clues before someone else dies.

Cattle rustling, a magic mushroom drug operation, and unsolved murders result in a shoot-out at a remote ranch, a race against time to a ghost town, and a final stand in the most unlikely location.

With the flavor of a down-home yarn and the intensity of a high adventure, Frontier Outlaws offers Craig Johnson and CJ Box fans a thrilling ride that delivers a bronco-busting punch.

★★★★★ "The humor and realistic action make for a rip-roaring story." ~Amazon Review

★★★★★ "An excellent sequel to Frontier Justice." ~Goodreads Review

The Rough Stuff: Stories of Men in Hard Circumstance

Genres: Action & Adventure Short Stories, War & Military Action Fiction
Paperback: $7.99
Ebook: $0.99 (Free via Kindle Unlimited)

The Rough Stuff is a powerful collection of short stories. Filled with unforgettable characters, it is a mix of action-filled fiction and reflective morality tales about the truisms of life, its spectacle, its inherent dangers, and its frustrating uncertainty. Whether in the mountains of Afghanistan, on a farm in Indiana, or in a lake cabin in Idaho, Cardwell tells brutally honest stories about the lives of decent, hard men in America.

★★★★★ "Short stories about struggles in life that our true heroes face every day." ~Amazon Review

About the Author
Michael Cardwell retired after thirty-two years in the U.S. Army. Along the way, he studied creative writing at Indiana University and published poetry and prose in reviews, journals, and magazines.

In retirement, he lives with his wife Roni in the Midwest and spends time brewing coffee, writing short stories and novels, chasing dogs, and enjoying his eight grandchildren.

Learn more at Michael's website, sign up for free e-mail updates, and be sure to follow him online: 

Free online: B&N conversation w/author Rebecca Serle


Free online: B&N conversation with Rebecca Serle, author of Expiration Dates, a gripping and emotional novel about what it means to be single, what it means to find love, and ultimately how we define each of them for ourselves. Sunday, March 24 at 7 PM ET / 6 PM CT / 5 PM MT / 4 PM PT. 

"Worrying is wishing for what you don’t want." ~Rebecca Serle

Vampires, Whiskey, and Southern Charm by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Book of the Day

From New York Times bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff comes a standalone story filled with Southern vibes, way too many cuss words, and a woman determined to defeat the local vampire. He's never giving up, and she's never giving in... My name is Masie Kicklighter, and I work at my family’s local bar in the heart of Tennessee, living a quiet life. So when a local vampire started stalking me, my first instinct was to run. But this is my town, and no one is going to run me out. Even if he was hotter than a Sunday BBQ in July. 4.5 stars, 149 ratings. From $2.99 SHOP NOW

FREE - Journeys by Jeanne Roland


Fifteen-year-old Marieke disguises herself as a boy at the elite, all-male archery guild where her father was once a star archer. Soon she's vowing to help the most charming young Journeyman archer in the place beat out his brutal arch-rival in the guild trials, without ever letting him discover her secrets. Escape into romance in this sweet and hilarious coming-of-age adventure, full of almost-kisses, angst, longing, action, and a guild full of handsome archers in medieval Belgium. Book 1 of The Archers of Saint Sebastian series. 4.7 stars, 360 ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

Boogie Beach by Winnie Winkle

Science Fiction and Fantasy

I live a pretty weird life—as in gods in speedos, powerful witches with little patience for mere humans, and shifters whose vibrations make my guts quake. Plus, an oceanside bar and a magical book run my existence. The record picked me, Cleopatra O’Keefe, to be the next Keeper. I discovered the Keeper’s job has way more depth than the magicals said. Who’s lying? Which bits are truth? I'm at a crossroads and it's time to make a choice. Toe the line and live, or save the world and die? Typical Tuesday. 4.4 stars, 116 ratings. From $0.99 SHOP NOW

Ioveh's Theories by Roth DeAuda

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Dive into the mysterious yet fascinating Empire of the Faetr. Follow the life of a young boy named Eilai as he attempts to find a cure for his dark fate and finds far more than he ever bargained for along the way. With a cast of intriguing, complex characters and their intricate interpersonal relationships, this story explores the dual themes of trust and betrayal, morality and practicality, duty and identity, and the inherent difficulties in having to choose between doing what is right, what is good, or doing nothing at all. 4.7 stars, 17 ratings. From $2.99. Free via KU. SHOP NOW