The Jewels of Kinfairlie series of medieval Scottish romances are on sale this month, from today through the 29th.
The Beauty Bride (book one) is free.
The Rose Red Bride (book two) is 99 cents.
The Snow White Bride (book three) is $2.99 US.
Remember that this series is also available in audio, narrated by Saskia Maarleveld.
I’ve enrolled my time travel romances in KDP Select, which means that you can read them free if you’re a Kindle Unlimited subscriber. It also means that these four books and the bundle, Timeless Loves, are available exclusively at Amazon through the end of September.
Once Upon a Kiss
The Last Highlander
Love Potion #9
There’s a sale running at Kobo on books written by Canadian authors from June 27 through July 4. When you buy one book, you can buy a second for 50% off! The thirteen participating authors are:
Kate St. James
All of these titles will be enrolled in Kindle Unlimited in July, just FYI.
As usual at Kobo, there are territorial landing pages.
The Countess, book four of my Bride Quest series of medieval romances is on sale for just 99 cents this week, as part of the Jewels of Historical Romances‘ Celebration of June Weddings and my own Bride Quest Sale.
Driven from her late husband’s estate, Countess Eglantine de Crevy fled to wildest Scotland to claim a castle, only to find a ruin — and a clan chieftain standing guard. Kinbeath was hers, she declared, vowing to rebuild the manor and launch a bride quest so her daughters could marry for love. But Duncan MacLaren had devised a bride quest of his own, swearing to win the land—and the fiery countess—in a war of sweet seduction…
Eglantine declared she would never be captured by this barbarian. Yet Duncan awakened passions she had never known before. She promised to fight him with every weapon at her command even as he vowed to woo her for a year and a day—and make her his pagan bride.
Each thought Kinbeath the prize the most desired, a prize to be won at any price. Until passion turned to love, and the chieftain found himself fighting for the heart and hand of the woman he was born to possess.
“Master storyteller Claire Delacroix has done it again with this marvelous medieval romance. The Countess is a keeper!”—Old Book Barn Gazette
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In my most recent newsletter, I asked if you preferred linked titles or standalone romances. I had a lot of answers, and am really not surprised that most of you prefer linked stories. It makes sense that you get more invested in the characters and their world when there are more books set in that world. I was intrigued that so many of you dislike serialized stories, but then, that’s not such a thing in historical romance.
The winner of the signed copy of The Rogues of Ravensmuir Collectors’ Edition in hardcover was Billie.
Congratulations to Billie, and thanks to everyone who entered!