Too Hard to Handle: Book 4
by Patricia Rice
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-127-6
Original title: Paper Moon (1996)
To the citizens of Mineral Springs, Texas, Janice Harrison is no more than a dowdy schoolmarm. But Peter Mulloney catches a glimpse of the woman she hides, a woman worth having–if he wasn’t running out of time. Without a loan to purchase the mountain of gold he’s discovered, he’ll never escape his wealthy, corrupt family.
Janice only wants what’s best for her fragile little sister Betsy–while keeping her secrets. A strong, experienced man like Mulloney, with his hungry kisses, could keep her and Betsy safe…or shatter her soul and leave her worse off than before.
Too Hard to Handle: Book 3
by Patricia Rice
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-126-9
The beautiful and restless heiress Georgina Hanover faces a marriage with a man who has everything any woman could want in a husband–and everything her father wants as a financial partner.
by Marie Brennan
$2.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-702-5
A BVC Original
The past is prologue . . .
Kit Marlowe. Guy Fawkes. Ada Lovelace. Kings and sailors and sainted nuns populate these seven stories of historical fantasy by award-winning author Marie Brennan. They span the ages from the second century B.C.E. to the nineteenth century C.E., from ancient Persia to the London of the Onyx Court. Discover the secret histories, hear the stories that have never been told — until now.
edited by Phyllis Irene Radford & Brenda W. Clough
$3.99 (Anthology) ISBN 978-1-61138-617-2
A BVC Original
What if the Emancipation Proclamation included freedom for automata with souls?
In the world of the Shadow Conspiracy, where the human soul has proven to be measurable and transferable to an automaton, the question arises: is the robot a person?
The First Book of the Painter
by Sheila Gilluly
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-463-5
Aengus, a hard-bitten young thief with a gift for sand painting, expects a fine new life of adventuring when his drunken father sells him to Bruchan, a wandering storyteller.
But instead of illustrating his new master’s tales at fairs, Aengus finds himself embroiled in a desperate secret war. For Bruchan leads an embattled religious community which is fighting to keep alive their secret knowledge and ancient way of life. Threatening them are the fanatical Brotherhood of the Wolf, servants of the Wild Fire, who ruthlessly hunt all such heretics.
by Julianne Ardian Lee
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-203-7
Nick Moulin is a rational, thinking man, who one day acquires a fascinating old book that brings him a dream of a beautiful woman and an adventure of long ago.
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by Sherwood Smith
$4.95 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-193-1
A light-hearted Regency folly, starring Miss Clarissa Harlowe who wants a quiet life-but falls in love with a smuggler, the marquess of St. Tarval.
Tarval’s sister, Lady Kitty, is determined to write a dramatic Gothic to save her brother’s mortgaged estate-if she can reach London.
Maya is the New York Times Bestselling author ofThe Antiquities Hunter (a Gina Miyoko Mystery)andStar Wars: The Last Jedi (with Michael Reaves. She became addicted to science fiction when her dad let her stay up late to watch The Day the Earth Stood Still. Since then her short fiction has been published in Analog, Amazing Stories, Century, Realms of Fantasy, Interzone, Paradox and Jim Baen’s Universe. Her debut novel, The Meri (Baen), was a Locus Magazine 1992 Best First Novel nominee. Since, she has published over a dozen speculative fiction novels. Maya lives in San Jose where she writes, performs, and records original and parody (filk) music with her husband and awesome musician and producer, Chef Jeff Vader, All-Powerful God of Biscuits. The couple has produced five music albums: RetroRocket Science, Aliens Ate My Homework, Grated Hits and Shrödinger’s Hairball (parody), and the original music CDs Manhattan Sleeps, Mobius Street and I Remember the Rain.