SPECIAL ORDERS – DENVER 2017

I’m going to try to make this as easy as possible.

If you want to preorder any books for Books and Bounty EVERY BOOK is DISCOUNTED to $20/each!! (regularly $22-$25/each)

This price is only available for PREORDER and delivery in person at the Mile High City: Books and Bounty Pairing Event in Denver Colorado October 14, 2017

I will be bringing additional copies to the signing but because these books are expensive to produce and heavy to haul around only preorders will be guaranteed. If you want to experience the illustrated romance the only way to guarantee your copy is to order ahead.

 

The Trouble With Grace and The Spare and The Heir are VERY special editions signed by the stars of the books: Steven Dehler, Patrick Rash and Kaleila Jordan. These are very limited. Once they’re gone they’re gone. 

 

 

The Rake and The Recluse

Two sexy brothers, two beautiful women. Two complete love stories. This is the fully illustrated first novel in the beloved Lords of Time series.

$20.00

The Duke and The Baron

Amelia must marry. Charles is ready to have her to himself but Hugh isn't ready to lose her. Can the three of them figure something out? Fully illustrated novel.

$20.00

 

The Duke and The Domina

He’s poor. She’s rich. He’s a sub. She’s a switch. It’s not love. It’s a marriage of Kink-venience. Lulu is a 21st century dominatrix with intimacy issues. Warrick is a 19th century duke with a secret–who answers to nobody but the Queen. Fully illustrated novel

$20.00

The Trouble With Grace

Lady Alain needs a husband, and Quintin Wyntor will do just fine. But she didn’t know his mistress was a mister. Warning: You’re going to fall in love, and it’s going to hurt.

$20.00

 

The Spare and The Heir

He’s in love the with wrong person… Thorne Magnus Calder, heir to the Duke of St. Cyr is in love with Quintin Joseph Wyntor. Calder and Quinn begin to realize that the risks they face together might not be as perilous as attempting to survive without each other.

$20.00

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