RG2E’s EOTD include Cate Dean’s Rest for The Wicked and Nana Malone’s Sexy in Stilettos

Happy Monday, RG2E Peeps!

Welcome to The RG2E and/or Welcome Back!

Today, we’re introducing you to two terrific new Ebooks…

One, a Contemporary Fantasy/Paranormal Suspense…and…

One, a Multicultural Contemporary Romance.

We’ll Ebook Gift y’all up to 50 Copies today…so let us know which one you’d luv to add to your Ereader and/or Ereading App!!!

Author: Cate Dean

On Amazon, B&N Nook and Smashwords

Price: $2.99

Word Count: 40,000

Claire Wiche is an ordinary woman, running her Wicca shop, The Wiche’s Broom, in an ordinary California beach town.

But Claire wasn’t always ordinary, and she isn’t quite human. She hides a secret, and a past she thought she had put behind her.

A past that is about to explode into her present.

When it does, and everyone she loves is in danger, Claire must face up to her past – and become what she left behind in order to save them.

(The Claire Wiche Chronicles – Book 1)

Author: Nana Malone

On Amazon

Price: $2.99

Word Count: 153 pages

What’s worse than having to watch your sister marry your ex fiancé? How about when that fiancé fires you from the family business?

Hyper-organized, event planner, Jaya Trudeaux is used to doing things by the book and never making waves. It’s a strategy that’s served her well until she finds herself in failure alley with no fiancé, no job and her thirtieth birthday looming. Maybe it’s time to change her methods. Starting with an unlikely date to the wedding from hell.

The only thing that can tie carefree, playboy, Alec Danthers down is his formidable step mother. When she calls him home to help find his wayward brother, he never imagines an uptight, list making, sass-talking woman would make him think about putting down roots.

Can Jaya put the lists down long enough to enjoy the ride that is Alec? Will Alec stop running long enough to recognize true love?

Warning: Sexy, sass talking women will make you laugh, cry and want a pair of killer footwear.

~ 4 out of 5 stars – Picked by Poison ~ “I liked Nana’s writing style and how she made her characters quirky and fun, and not the usual romantic type.”

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RG2E Reader2Author Interview with International Bestselling Author Talli Roland and One of Her Superfab Readers Glynis Smy

Happy Sunday, RG2E Peeps!

Welcome to The RG2E and/or Welcome Back!

It’s time for another RG2E Reader2Author Interview…brought to us by the A-mazing Alicia Street!!!

Here’s the waaay fun scoop on Alicia:

In addition to being part of today’s Indie writers movement, we (she and her co-writing DH Roy Street) are traditionally published authors and recipients of a Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense.

We share backgrounds in the performing arts and spent many gypsy years living and working in the different neighborhoods of New York City and Philadelphia. Alicia as a dancer, choreographer and teacher; Roy in theater, visual arts and standup comedy.

Alicia is a chronic reader of every genre including the classics. She also loves old black-and-white movies, making organic soups from recipes she invents, working out and, of course, dancing. Roy’s into sweaty workouts, too, as well as watching boxing on HBO and eating Alicia’s organic soups. Our cat’s name is Wallace, an orange ten-pounder who’s crazy over pizza. He and Roy do slices every Friday night.

Take it away, Alicia…

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Today’s post is another entry in my series of Reader2Author Interviews, where authors mix it up with one of their readers.

Welcome Talli Roland, author of fun, romantic fiction and a member of the WG2E blog family.

Talli’s books are bestsellers on both sides of the Atlantic, with several chosen as top books of the year by industry review websites. Born and raised in Canada, she now lives in. Despite training as a journalist, Talli discovered she preferred making up her own stories—complete with happy endings!

Talli’s chosen reader is Glynis Smy.

Born in the UK, now living in a rural village, on Cyprus, Glynis is married with three adult children. When she is not cross-stitching, swimming or reading, she writes historical romance.

Alicia to Talli and Glynis: When did you first become an avid reader? As a child or an adult? What got you started?

Talli: I always loved reading, even from a young age. Every few weeks, my mum would take me to the local library, and I would come away with an armload of books. Those first few days after a library visit were a feast of reading – I loved curling up on the sofa or hiding away in my room and escaping to other worlds. Even now, there’s nothing as satisfying as a good read. Except maybe wine!

Glynis: I cannot remember ever not reading. From what I gather, I learned to read quite early. Enid Blyton fed my need for adventure. Later I adored Nancy Drew, and Little Women is still my favorite read.

Alicia: Does your family read?

Glynis: My DH doesn’t read books. My children all read, and my seven-month-old granddaughter already has a collection of books on her shelf.

Alicia: How often do you read? And where? Do you have a special time or place to read?

Talli: Nowadays, it’s mostly in bed before I go to sleep. There’s something very relaxing about it (as long as it’s not scary!), and reading helps me turn off my own frantic brain. On the weekends, I love lying across the bed in the sun and turning the pages of a good book.

Glynis: I read every day, and I’m fortunate that I can read whenever the mood takes me. I enjoy reading on the back porch, by the pool and in bed. I now have Kindle on my new phone, and while DH is in his hobby shops, I read.

Talli to Glynis: Do you read more ebooks than paperbacks now? Has technology changed your reading habits in any way?

Glynis: I love paperbacks, always will. The feel of them, the way they decorate a boring spot in the home, and the fact I am holding something a person created. It is like artwork on a canvas. I own a Kindle, and never thought I would enjoy reading from one, but I do. I love how it is easy to carry a large quantity of books around. No longer do I have to wait weeks for a book to arrive. I read more ebooks because my friends and unknown authors tend to be releasing them in this format first.

Alicia to Glynis: What genres are your favorites? Any you absolutely would never read?

Glynis: Historicals and historical romances, not the bodice rippers, but those with a trickle of history or down on their luck characters, are my favorites. I must confess I am not a sci-fi or vampire fan. I have read a few fantasy/Fae books, and enjoyed them, but Zombies are a no-no.

Alicia to Talli: Do you read across genres, or stick to mainly one? Which?

Talli: I read everything! I love travelogues – Peter Mayle is a favorite. What grips me is the story, so as long as the book has characters I care about and a plot that’s interesting, I really don’t care what genre it is. As a writer of light women’s fiction, I also read a lot of fun, entertaining novels to keep up to date with what other authors are doing.

Glynis: Have you ever considered writing a different genre?

Talli: At some stage, I would like to write more serious women’s fiction, with less of a comedic element. Right now, though, I’m very satisfied with the genre I’m writing.

Alicia: Do you have an author you currently read that inspires your writing?

Talli: I’m conscious of trying to have my own voice and I always strive for something a little different, so when I’m creating, I try not to read authors who might influence my work. On my downtime, though, I really enjoy reading Emily Giffin for her very real characters and Sophie Kinsella for her sense of fun.

Alicia: What about an author you read for pure pleasure?

Talli: I love love love Maeve Binchy’s novels. They’re so absorbing and you feel that instantly you’re in the world of the characters.

Alicia to Glynis: How did you discover the first Talli Roland book you read? How did it affect you?

Glynis: I stalked Talli for a period of time, and got to know the author and her bubbly character. Chick lit is not a genre I had read much of prior to her books. Her first title grabbed me and I just had to read. When the chance to receive a review copy of The Hating Game, came along, I took the opportunity to read. Talli hooked me. I am now a fan of certain Chick Lit authors. And most definitely a fan of Talli Roland. I can’t wait for her next novel.

Alicia: Which one of Talli’s characters is most compelling to you? Any that you don’t like?

Glynis: I enjoy all of her characters, but the one who sticks with me is Willow Watts from Watching Willow Watts. I loved her vulnerability but determined ways. Serenity in Build a Man made me smile. Her bumbling efforts struck home a little. Each of Talli’s characters has, well, character. So I enjoy them all. Gosh, I sound stalkerish now, but it is true. Even Silver Hatchett, in The Hating Game is supposed to be a nasty managing director, but how can you not love a woman who chomps on chipolata sausages in front of a weakling male?

Alicia to Talli: Is there a character you’ve created that is your personal favorite?

Talli: Definitely! I love Serenity, the main character in Build A Man and its sequel, Construct A Couple. As a transplant to London trying to find her way, her observations remind me of my own time attempting to adjust to the foreignness of my new home.

Alicia: Is there a particular character you get the most compliments or complaints about?

Talli: Um . . . yes. The main character in The Hating Game, Mattie Johns, is a love or hate character. She strides across the pages with a definite attitude, and she’s not instantly likeable by a long shot. I didn’t realize what intense reactions readers would have to her, though! I wanted to make her a strong character who could withstand the trials and tribulations of the reality game-show she agrees to go on. If she was too weak, she’d seem like a victim. And Mattie Johns is anything but!

Talli to Glynis: You read across a lot of genres, helping to support many authors. Why do you think some books have the X Factor while others fall flat?

Glynis: Ooh, I think it is when the writer forgets the reader. They become so engrossed with their vision, that they ramble. The ones that make me yawn are those books that have lost their minor characters along the way. Just as I start to relate to a minor character they disappear into nothing. Not recognizing a strong character is a weakness I have found with some writers. Often I want to yank the character out of the book and rewrite their life. I feel sorry for them being left to flounder in a nothingness.

Glynis: I would love to know where you draw your inspiration from. Your novels are so mixed, I wonder if you spend time people watching?

Talli: Yes, I spend a lot of time people-watching out my office window! It fronts onto a very busy central London road, and it’s fascinating seeing the different characters stroll up and down. I must admit, though, that the majority of my inspirations come from The Daily Mail. The articles in there are so outrageous — it’s a veritable fount of ideas!

Alicia to Glynis: What kind of heroine or hero do you usually like to read about? One that you will go back to again and again?

Glynis: I like a strong heroine. A female with a soft side, but strength of character enough not to be trampled upon. Not too Amazonian though. Jane Austen, Catherine Cookson, Norah Roberts and Barbara Erskine produced just the types that get me reading over and over.
Glynis to Talli: In photographs of yourself I note you change your hairstyle/color and clothing style at times. Is this triggered by the main character you are writing about at the time? Does it help you get into their skin, so to speak, or is it merely a fashion thing?

Talli: I get bored very easily, which is why writing novels is the perfect job for me! You can create any world you like and there’s always something to learn.
Alicia to Talli: What was the most satisfying response you’ve gotten from a reader? The most unusual?

Talli: I adore any and all reader emails, so it’s hard to say what the most satisfying is . . . although I did love one that said she’d read all my novels and had yet to find more than one typo (and she pointed it out, so I fixed it!). That meant a lot, because my editor and I work very hard to have professional, clean copy.

Alicia to Glynis: Is there something you’d like to say to most authors? Something you wish they’d understand better about readers?

Glynis: I think I would have to say, sometimes too much is…too much. Allow us to use our imagination. After all, we had brains enough to select your book to read, let us use them to create the imagery you offer us. Don’t spoon-feed us every little detail, it can become boring wading through too much airy prose.

Alicia to Talli: Have you ever had a reader’s feedback influence your work? Or your perspective?

Talli: I always keep my readers in mind when I’m writing, but I also have to stay true to the characters and the situation they’re in. Some readers have said that I tend to rush my endings, which is a personal preference; I don’t like long-winded mushiness. However, I do try to take that feedback into account and make the ending as satisfying as possible.

Glynis: What do you hope your readers achieve by reading one of your novels?

Talli: I’d like readers to be entertained and engaged, but also come away with a sense that there is a deeper message of empowerment.
Alicia to Glynis: What prompts you as a reader to contact an author?

Glynis: If their work has touched me in some way, or if their personality is approachable on the social networks. I did email one author once as I had noticed a typo on the front page of her website. I felt it let her down, and she didn’t deserve it. We are now friends on Facebook and communicate regularly.

Talli: What do you think is the best thing an author can do to get readers interested in their novel?

Glynis: I think some readers want to enjoy the author as well as the novel, so I would say share yourself around. Be approachable. Tweeting constantly with the link to your book without participating in a conversation is not polite, and could put readers off. It has certainly put me off a few times. Joining places such as Goodreads.com is another way. Giving away copies as prizes or for. Have a welcoming website or blog. Lastly, but by no means least, have an appealing cover and back page blurb. Make the reader want to follow the three R’s…Read, Review and Recommend.
Alicia to Glynis: What is the reason you continue to read Talli’s books?

Glynis: She entertains me, pure and simple. I can laugh, sigh and feel for each person she writes into her stories. I put her books down feeling satisfied, and I wait with eagerness for the next.

You can connect with Talli using the following links:

http://www.talliroland.com/
http://www.talliroland.blogspot.com/
http://www.facebook.com/talliroland
http://twitter.com/#!/talliroland

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D. D. here…

Well done, Alicia, Talli and Glynis!

Thank you sooo very much for this RG2E Reader2Author Interview!

And y’all know what’s comin’ next…

Who all wants a superfab Talli Roland Ebook Gift Copy?!

***We’ll Ebook Gift up to 50 Copies today!***

We’ll treat ya to one (which has a sequel coming soon 🙂 ), and you can also download one of Talli’s wonderful novellas for FREE on Smashwords!!!

On Amazon

Price: 99 Cents

The perfect man is out there . . . he just needs a little work.

A Top 15 Pick of 2011 by Chick Lit News and Reviews

Voted a Top Ten Book of 2011 by Trashionista
PRAISE FOR BUILD A MAN:

This is a hugely entertaining book, light-hearted yet with hidden messages of self belief, hope and about following dreams. –Kim the Bookworm

Talli’s writing is fresh, lively and different . . . If you want a book that will make you laugh and make you cry, then this one comes highly recommended. –Bookersatz

Build A Man had characters I really, really cared for, it had an inspired plot (Talli is a plot genius!), it had warmth and humour . . . I can’t recommend it enough. –Chick Lit News and Reviews

A light and charming read, I found the main character, Serenity Holland, to be reminiscent of the loveable awkwardness of Bridget Jones. –Novel Escapes
DESCRIPTION:

Slave to the rich and the rude, cosmetic surgery receptionist Serenity Holland longs for the day she’s a high-flying tabloid reporter. When she meets Jeremy Ritchie — the hang-dog man determined to be Britain’s Most Eligible Bachelor by making himself over from head to toe and everything in between — Serenity knows she’s got a story no editor could resist.

With London’s biggest tabloid on board and her very own column tracking Jeremy’s progress from dud to dude, Serenity is determined to be a success. But when Jeremy’s surgery goes drastically wrong and she’s ordered to cover all the car-crash goriness, Serenity must decide how far she really will go for her dream job.

***Y’all can get this one for FREE on Smashwords***

Does every relationship deserve a second chance?

When chief romantic Rose Delaney scores her dream job at London’s quirkiest new attraction, The Museum of Broken Hearts, she thinks she’s got it made. Sure, it’s a little depressing dealing with relics of failed relationships each day, but Rose is determined not to let it break her ‘love conquers all’ spirit. After discovering the museum’s handsome curator is nursing a broken heart of his own, Rose steps in to fix it. Can Rose heal the rift, or will this happy ending go awry?

Miracle at the Museum of Broken Hearts is a novella of 20,000 words.

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The Best of RG2E Ereading Wishes — D. D. Scott, RG2E Founder

What Would Y’All Luuuvvv to See More of at The RG2E and Who Wants a Shot at a $25 Amazon Gift Card?!

Happy Weekend, RG2E Peeps!!!

Welcome to The RG2E and/or Welcome Back!!!

Who all wants a shot at a $25 Amazon Gift Card?!

And ohhh yeahhh…you know, at our superfab Indie Epub prices, that ‘ill get ya a ton of Ebooks!!!

All you gotta do to be eligible to win is let us know in our comments section today…

What You’d Like to See More of at The RG2E

For example:

***More Stories Behind the Stories Scoop

***More Free Ebook Alerts

***More Interviews (and what kinds of interviews)

***More Superfab Fun RG2E Tchotchkes (that’s the waaay cool “stuff” we treat you too like water bottles, mugs, t-shirts, etc.)

***More Ebooks in Certain Genres (and of course name those genres)

***More Ebook Gifting (that’s a big ‘ole “Duh”, right?! 🙂 )

***More Ereading Community-type Features…perhaps our very own RG2E Ereading Book Club where y’all would pick a book each month that we chat and rave about…

***More…What? You Tell Us…

While y’all are thinkin’ about this and lettin’ us know, I’ll keep on catching-up on all The Ebook Gifts you’ve requested…so be watchin’ your emails!

Also, you’ve got till Monday night at midnight to Enter to Win our next RG2E Ereader Giveaway…for a Kindle Fire! Enter Here:

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The Best of RG2E Ereading Wishes — D. D. Scott, RG2E Founder

It’s Barry Eisler Day on Today’s RG2E…Who Would Like an Ebook Gift Copy of This Superstar Author’s Work?!

TGIF, RG2E Peeps!

Welcome to The RG2E and/or Welcome Back!!!

I thought we’d kick-off the weekend with one helluva treat…

Here’s the deal…

I’m a HUGE Barry Eisler fan!  Luuuvvv the guy!  Luuuvvv what he stands for!  Luuuvvv his books!!!

So…

How ’bout I share the luuuvvv with all you superfab RG2E Peeps?!

Who all would like an Ebook Gift Copy of your choice between these three Barry Eisler Ebooks?!

Price: $2.99

Short Story 32 Pages

On Amazon

By internationally bestselling author Barry Eisler, THE LOST COAST is a dark short story featuring rogue black-ops soldier Daniel Larison, last seen in Eisler’s INSIDE OUT, which Op-Ed News called a “thriller as good or better than any of Grisham’s” and Library Journal called “a relentless and revelatory look into the human cost of those who torture on behalf of their country.”

For Larison, a man off the grid and on the run, the Lost Coast seems like a perfect place to disappear for a while. But when three twisted locals decide Larison looks like an easy target, they unleash a vengeful and dangerous predator with a personal score to settle. Find out why Entertainment Weekly called Eisler’s work “furious and creative.”

“If you’re a fan of Eisler specifically, or thriller fiction in general, don’t even hesitate. Well worth the money.” –J.A. Konrath

WARNING: this story is intended for mature audiences, and contains depictions of sexual activity…though perhaps not in the way you’re expecting.

Price: $2.99

Short Story 41 Pages

On Amazon

“Rain’s combination of quirks and proficiency is the stuff great characters are made of.”
-Entertainment Weekly

By internationally bestselling author Barry Eisler, PARIS IS A BITCH is the short story debut of John Rain, “the most charismatic assassin since James Bond” (San Francisco Chronicle). For most couples, a quiet dinner for two in Paris would be just the thing to smooth out the complications in a romance. But for gorgeous Mossad operative Delilah and trying-to-retire contract killer John Rain, nothing is ever easy. When it comes to killing, business and pleasure are the most dangerous mix of all. The download comes with an essay called Personal Safety Tips from Assassin John Rain, which includes information that will be at least as valuable to civilians as it has been to Rain.

“Eisler combines the insouciance of Ian Fleming, the realistic detail of Tom Clancy, the ennui of Graham Greene and the prose power of John le Carré.” -News-Press

Price: $2.99

Non-Fiction Political Essay 40 Pages

On Amazon

“Barry Eisler is this generation’s tech-savvy new media incarnation of Graham Greene.”
-Jeremy Scahill, The Nation

By internationally bestselling thriller author and syndicated political blogger Barry Eisler, THE ASS IS A POOR RECEPTACLE FOR THE HEAD is a must-read for anyone interested in verbally crushing the competition in politics, business, and even romance.

Regardless of what you think of their policies, the sad truth is that Democrats suck at selling their ideas to the public.

In this hilarious and hard-hitting essay, Eisler draws on his expertise in narrative, his CIA training in persuasion, and his background in technology marketing to offer Democrats some sound advice on how to improve their communications strategy. Borrowing principles from judo and boxing, Eisler encourages Democrats (and anyone trying to sell an idea) to hammer their opponents into a rhetorical corner…and knock them the hell out!

“In this entertaining, concise, and compelling essay, Barry lays it all out in layman terms…This is a must read for everyone, but especially for the advisors to the decision-makers that represent the people of this glorious country.” –Carol Davis Luce, reader review

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I know…I know…how will y’all ever choose which one you want… 🙂

We’ll Ebook Gift Copy up to 50 Copies today!!!

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The Best of The RG2E Ereading Wishes — D. D. Scott, RG2E Founder

RG2E Readers…You’ve Asked for More Literary Fiction Ereads…Check Out Brian Holers’ Doxology, Free Today on Amazon!!!

Happy Thursday, RG2E Peeps!

Welcome to The RG2E and/or Welcome Back!

You’ve sent me several private emails letting me know how much you luuuvvv when we give ya the scoop on limited-time-only Free Ereads AND you’ve asked for more Literary Fiction Selections…

Today, we’ve got a fabulous EOTD that fits both requests!

Brian Holers

Normally $4.99, it’s FREE today and tomorrow on Amazon!!!

Here’s the scoop about the book:

After a lifetime of abuse and loss–from fights with other boys staged for his father’s entertainment, to the death of his only son– sixty one year old Vernon Davidson is angry. He’s ready to get back at God, his paper mill coworkers, and everyone else in his north Louisiana town. Constantly drunk to numb his pain, the normally cautious Vernon spirals into recklessness; drinking on the job, facing down a younger man at work over a parking spot, scandalizing his former fellow Baptists with displays of his nakedness. Meanwhile Jody Davidson, Vernon’s estranged nephew, struggles to survive a similarly tragic past by self-imposed exile, inserting himself into a new, seemingly different family a thousand miles away. The two men are reunited when Vernon agrees to retrieve Jody for his dying brother so they can say goodbye-and that’s when they each embark on a journey that will ultimately change their lives.

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Sounds intensely terrific, right?!

So add this one to your TBR (To Be Read) Collections, and in the mean time, watch your emails as I continue to Ebook Gift y’all with the books you’ve requested to date…

Oh, and you’ve still got a few days left to Enter to Win our next Kindle Fire Giveaway! Enter Here (the winner will be announced on May 1st):

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The Best of RG2E Ereading Wishes — D. D. Scott, RG2E Founder

RG2E Ereaders…Are You Rating and Reviewing The Ebooks We Ebook Gift You?

Happy Hump Day, RG2E Peeps!

Welcome to The RG2E and/or Welcome Back!!!

As y’all know, we Ebook Gift a ton of superfab Ebooks to y’all!  It’s our way of Payin’ It Forward to all you A-mazing Ereaders!!!

Today, I want to help y’all with a way you too can Pay It Forward to all of the A-mazing Authors we’re introducing you to here at The RG2E!!!

And that’s by…

Rating and Reviewing The Ebooks We Ebook Gift You!!!

Yep…it’s all about those wonderful little Star-Ratings you can assign to any Ebook you read!!!

I’ve gotten a ton of feedback from many of you that you’d like to Rate and Review the Ebooks you’re luuuvvvin’, but you’re not comfortable with having to “Write” a Review too.

I thought I’d treat you to a few tips that can make the process sooo much easier for you:

1.  On Barnes & Noble, you can give an Ebook a Star-Rating without leaving a written review too…and you can do it anonymously.

2.  On Amazon, although you do have to do both the Star-Rating and a Written Review, your written review can be as simple as “I loved this book. It was just my kind of read.” You do not have to give some multiple paragraph dissertation about the book.

3.  I always Rate & Review the Ebooks I luv right after I finish ’em…that way the story is still fresh in my mind, and it’s my way of thanking the author for a great read! 🙂

Superfab easy, right?!

The Ratings and Reviews you give Ebooks you’re luuuvvvin’ mean sooo much to each and every Author receiving ’em!!!

So, as I take a day to once again catch-up and treat y’all to Ebook Gift Copies of the new books you’ve requested here on The RG2E, perhaps take just a couple minutes and Rate and Review one of the books you got a kick out of. 🙂

And be watchin’ your emails all day long…’cause I’m on an Ebook Gifting Merry-Go-Round, and can’t wait to fulfill your request!

Also, there’s still a couple days left to Enter to Win the next Kindle Fire Giveaway from The RG2E! Enter here:

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The Best of The RG2E Ereading Wishes — D. D. Scott, RG2E Founder

P.S.  So who all regularly Rates and Reviews the Ebooks they’re luuuvvvin’?  Let us know in our comments today…

Today’s RG2E EOTD is a Superfab Romance Boxed Set by the A-mazing Stacey Joy Netzel and Donna Marie Rogers!!!

Happy Tuesday, RG2E Peeps!

Welcome to The RG2E and/or Welcome Back!

What a treat of an EOTD (Ebooks of The Day) we’ve got for ya today…

6 Great Books in 1 Boxed Set

Stacey Joy Netzel and Donna Marie Rogers

On Amazon , B&N Nook and at Smashwords too 🙂

Price: $5.96

WELCOME TO REDEMPTION

…a small town in Northeast Wisconsin where second chances don’t always come easy, but if you’re willing to try, anything is possible.

A Fair Of The Heart

Single mother Lauren Frazier can barely keep a roof over her head, let alone stop it from falling down around her. When handyman Caleb Hunter stops by for a haircut, he’s the answer to her prayers—and the attraction is instantaneous. Too bad her troublesome young son isn’t as thrilled to have Caleb hanging around. Old wounds have kept Caleb from returning to Redemption, but when he receives word of his mother’s unexpected death, guilt and regret bring him home for good. Though Lauren excites him like no woman ever has, she’s a package deal, and he’s not sure he’s prepared to take on a ready-made family.
A Fair To Remember

Ready for a nice, quiet life in small town USA, reformed gang member Wes Carter feels Redemption is the perfect place to relocate his financial business for reasons more than just the name. Tara Russell has decided to add some excitement to her life and get a little wild—no matter how uncomfortable it makes her or her overprotective family. They meet at the local fair one warm summer night and discover opposites attract for all the right reasons. Add a dash of Sugar in the form of an incorrigible Great Dane, and it’s destined to be A Fair To Remember.
The Perfect Blend

Carrie Lowell swears off men for good after nearly losing her business in a bitter divorce. She’s on the verge of bankruptcy when Matt Jacobs walks into her shop and offers sound—if unwanted—business advice. Financially he’s a godsend–emotionally he’s a threat to the barricade she’s built around her heart. Heir to a vast fortune, Jacob Spalding flees LA for Wisconsin to escape the scandalous nightmare his life has become. Now known as Matt Jacobs, he settles in to small town life and soon finds himself infatuated with the coffee shop owner across the street. Too bad the infuriating woman is as contrary as she is beautiful.
Grounds For Change

Charlie Russell lived with a secret for years, but guilt has pushed him to the breaking point. He meets psychologist Dana McClain and feels an instant connection that has nothing to do with his Great Dane, Sugar, spilling coffee down her shirt. Dana switched to counseling animals because she has a history of becoming too emotionally involved with her clients. She figures she’s safe helping Charlie with Sugar’s issues, until he reveals his secret and asks for help. She tells herself it’s all about the dog, not the guy, but history has a way of repeating itself.
Home Is Where the Heart Is

Heiress Melinda Spalding is thrown for a loop when her brother relocates to the Midwest. Her parents even expand their business to the small town and put her in charge of the project. Discovering she likes “Mayberry” is as shocking as her growing attraction to the local auto mechanic. But LA is where she belongs…or is home truly where the heart is? Drew Porter learned early on how heartless women can be—and when snooty “Lindy” Spalding skids into his life, she seems worst than most. An unlikely bond between their pets gives him an intriguing glimpse behind her pretentious attitude. Is there more to her than meets the eye, or should he run as fast as he can in the opposite direction?
The Heart of the Matter

Allie Daniels wants a family of her own, but can’t have children. She hides her desolation from everyone—especially the town veterinarian, whose three-year-old is a painful reminder. Rick Wilde liked Allie back in high school, but life took them in different directions. Now a single parent, his interest in Allie is renewed despite the fact her shoulder is colder than the bitter winter wind. Brought together by an orphaned kitten, Allie is helpless to resist Lukas’ impish innocence and Rick’s charm. Does she risk her heart on an impossible dream, or will Rick’s desire for more kids devastate their future?

Word Count: 180,000 for 6 books

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