Kennedy Ryan, Watercolor for Beginners and More!

It’s Friday! Court! Here are some offers to accompany you on the weekend. Happy reading and sleep well!

  • Be mine forever

    Be Mine Forever by Kennedy Ryan

    Be mine foreverby Kennedy Ryan is a KDD for $1.99 today only! This is book 3 in the Bennet series and has an average of 4+ stars on Goodreads and 3.72 on StoryGraph. Ryan’s books are superb, with strong emotions and complex characters. Readers say the emotional payoff from this story has been incredible, even if some have grown tired of the angst along the way. Have you read this?

    From the bestselling author of Queen Move, a mysterious artist’s dark past stands in the way of a second chance at love in this sizzling suburban romance.

    Can a secret crush. . .

    Jo Walsh has loved Cameron Mitchell for as long as she can remember. Whether front and center in her life or on the periphery, the tall, brooding artist made his presence known in a seductive and compelling way. But every time they start to get closer, Cam moves away. Jo is tired of keeping her feelings in a box that Cam is afraid to open. If she wants it, she’ll have to prove it. And if she doesn’t, she Jo she will have to know the real reason. . .

    . . . become the love of a lifetime?

    How do you distance yourself from your soulmate? Cam would like to know. No matter how much he runs away from Jo, she can’t resist looking back at the silver eyes that seem to see right through him. But even though Jo thinks she understands Cam, the dark truth about her past is something she shouldn’t have to face. Cam is sure that freeing Jo is the right thing to do. Too bad her heart has other ideas. . .

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  • Watercolor is for everyone

    Watercolor is for everyone by Kateri Ewing

    Watercolor is for everyone by Kateri Ewing is $1.99! This is part of a series that seeks to make art more accessible to everyone, especially beginners. I pointed this out today because I was at a romantic event in Washington last Friday and when I arrived, Thien-Kim Lam he was drawing while waiting for everyone to arrive. He was really cute and since then I’ve been thinking about portable art and trying using watercolors. Reviews for this are very positive: some have struggled with the “woo-woo” resulting from the emphasis on mindfulness, while others have found the exercises and projects extremely relaxing and have been pleased with the results. Have you tried this book or tried watercolors?

    In this beautiful book, artist Kateri Ewing, author of Look Closer, Draw Better, guides you through a series of simple creative projects using a soulful, meditative, and thoughtful process. Whether you’re picking up a paintbrush for the first time or you’re an experienced artist, you’ll discover and deepen your creative potential through these exercises, because everyone can make art. Each project results in two works of art: one to keep for yourself and then another, like a postcard or mini painting, to share with someone else or send to the world, to spread your color, creativity and joy in new places.

    With Watercolor is for everyone, you can learn how to build a daily practice and how to set intentions and create, even if you only have 10 minutes a day. The projects draw inspiration from poetry, music, literature, and the natural world, and invite experimentation with a variety of sources, from tarot and oracle cards to rocks and feathers. You’ll pursue your personal passions through accessible projects while developing your artistic skills, confidence, and creativity.

    “Written in a warm and inviting tone that is both inspiring and aspirational, this is an excellent introduction for artists of all levels to the rewarding medium of watercolor.” —Library Journal (starred review)

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  • Lunar glow

    Moonglow by Kristen Callihan

    RECOMMENDED: Moonglow by Kristen Callihan is a KDD for $1.99 today! This is the second book in the Darkest London series, after Fire light. Lunar glow was a RITA finalist in 2013 and wrote our Reader Challenge reviewer Fran in his review A,

    Often paranormal romance stories (in my experience) end up using the supernatural elements as mere trimmings for the romance, but Ms. Callihan has her love arc fully integrated with her world. She finds the balance needed for a compelling story without compromising relationship or emotional development.

    Amanda also loves this series amount and speaks of it fondly. Have you read this?

    Once the seeds of desire have been planted. . .

    Finally free from her suffocating marriage, widow Daisy Ellis Craigmore is ready to embrace the pleasures of life that have long been denied her. Yet her newfound freedom is short-lived. A series of unexplained murders has put Daisy’s doorstep in danger, forcing her to turn to the unlikeliest of saviors. . .

    Their growing passion knows no limits. . .

    Ian Ranulf, the Marquess of Northrup, has spent his life hiding his primal nature from London society. But now a ferocious killer threatens to reveal his secrets. Ian must step out of the shadows and protect the beautiful and fearless Daisy, who awakens in him desires she thought were long dead. As their quest to unmask the villain brings them closer, Daisy has no choice but to reveal her surprising secret, and Ian must face the undeniable truth: losing his heart to Daisy may be the only way to save Daisy’s soul. he.

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  • A meeting by the lake

    A meeting by the lake by C. Chilove

    A meeting by the lake by C. Chilove costs $2.99. This is a second-chance romance set in a gorgeous, affluent Florida lake town, and it seems like the ideal afternoon read when it’s sunny and warm (which it’s not today, so I’m projecting a lot, here) . It averages 3.69 stars on Goodreads and 3.7 on StoryGraph, where readers say it’s lighthearted yet emotional, and particularly enjoyed the tension provided by family secrets. Have you read this?

    This summer, escape to the Shores, a Southern lake town full of elegance and glamor in a story about family traditions, friendship and a love that can’t be denied, for readers of Sunny Hostin’s Summer on Sag Harbor

    Chareese “Reese” Devlin spent every summer of her childhood in the lakeside town of Mount Dora, Florida, where her days were filled with fun in the sun. Reese never realized that this idyllic retreat hid a deep divide between the city’s haves and have-nots. Only that summer did he turn seventeen and fall in love with Duncan McNeal, a boy who lacked the pedigree so prized by his parents and their equally well-connected friends.

    After her family ended the budding romance, Reese refused to return to the place where she lost her heart. Now, ten years later, she has returned to attend her sister’s debutante ball and she must come to terms with everything she missed. But the biggest surprise is that Duncan is now a successful real estate developer in Mount Dora and time has not weakened the bond between them.

    Behind the multimillion-dollar homes of the Shores lie old grudges and secrets capable of toppling any family legacy. As the summer progresses, Reese must make up for the sins of the past by navigating the line between truth and deception, tradition and liberation, family expectations and self-discovery.

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  • Tap Not the cat

    Don't Touch Mary Stewart's Cat

    Tap Not the cat by Mary Stewart, a classic Stewart novel, is 0.99! If you’ve been thinking about giving Stewart a try, this might be a great place to start, although more widely read Stewart fans might correct me here. This book features telepathic people, family secrets, creepy houses – all the classic hallmarks of the Gothic. Have you read this? Do you recommend Stewart for beginners?

    After the tragic death of her father, Bryony Ashley returns from abroad to find that her estate will become the responsibility of her cousin Emory. Ashley Court with her debt load is no longer her concern. But there is something strange about the sudden death of her father. . . Bryony inherited Ashley’s “sight” and so did one of the Ashleys. Since childhood the two have communicated through thought patterns, although Bryony has no idea of ​​her identity. She is now determined to find him. But her danger and romance await her in the old moated house, with her tragic memories. . .

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