Dec 12 2014 3:43pm

Romance News Roundup: Macomber and MacLean Deal Alerts, Outlander Jewelry, and More

It's Tea Time Afternoon Tea bannerWelcome to H&H's brand-new daily news roundup! Grab a mug of tea and a scone and let's gossip about what's hot in the romance world right now.

—Searching for your next holiday read? Heads-up that it looks like Debbie Macomber's The Christmas Basket is currently marked down to $1.99 at e-tailers such as iBooks, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Google.* (Find out why blogger Janga loves Macomber's books here.)

—And in more deal news, Julianne MacLean's Pembroke Palace #4, Married by Midnight, is currently free at e-tailers such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble. (Get the scoop on Julianne MacLean, including guest posts from the author herself (!!) here at H&H.)

Outlander fans looking for a piece of the show to take home may be interested to learn that the series' official store is selling a replica of Claire's wedding ring, among other goodies. (For more Outlander content at H&H, including episode recaps and book discussions, visit our Outlander Collection.)

—The Insurgent (sequel to Divergent) movie trailer is here and previews some Four/Tris sexytimes:

—Chloe Neill's Lucky Break, a Chicagoland Vampire series novella, is $1.99 at e-tailers such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble (looks like this is the normal price, as it's a novella, but we figure it's of interest to Chicagoland fans.)

—Snape lovers, this one's for you: Entertainment Weekly speculates that J.K. Rowling's new Harry Potter entries will dig deeper into Professor Severus Snape's history. (Our fascination with Snape was established in the 2011 post “Snape Lust: 10 Reasons Snape Is Hotter Than Harry”!)

—Today is premiere day for Chris Rock's Top Five, which we're hoping concludes with an HEA for Rock and Rosario Dawson's characters (because yes, we're shipping based on promos!):

—But wait, there's one more deal! H&H community manager Megan Frampton's Hero of My Heart is currently downpriced to $.99 at e-tailers such as Barnes and Noble and Amazon.*

*Please note that we have no idea how long downpricing or sales will last, so grab these deals while you can.

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