May 16 2017 4:30pm

Hero For Hire: Romance News & Deals from Donna Grant, Linda Howard, and More

Grab a mug of tea and a scone and let's gossip about what's hot in romance.

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Top Off Your TBR Pile

The Hero by Donna Grant

Deal Alert: Donna Grant's romantic suspense novel The Hero is $1.99 at Amazon | Kobo | iBooks | Barnes & Noble | etc.* Navy SEAL Owen returns to his hometown in Texas and walks right into a conspiracy involving his former high school sweetheart, Natalie. Owen vows to protect her, the one woman he's never been able to get over. You can get a taste of Grant's The Hero with a look at the first 6 chapters on H&H.

Deal Alert: Vivienne Lorret's historical romance This Earl Is on Fire is $.99 at Kobo | iBooks | Barnes & Noble | Amazon | etc.* The rakish Earl of Wolford winds up battered and bloody on the doorstep of country girl Adeline Pimm. She doesn't have any idea who he is, but as she nurses him back to health, they can't help but slowly fall for one another. Meet (not-so) cutes are so irresistible. 

Deal Alert: Linda Howard's contemporary romance After The Night is $1.99 at iBooks | Barnes & Noble | Amazon | Kobo | etc.* The reckless and charming Gray sets his sights on Faith, a woman from his childhood, who has come into her own and isn't likely to give into him too easily. In need of more Linda Howard reads? Check out these recommendations.

Fresh Outta the Oven

Cover Alert! Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell's next book in their Cyberlove series, Mature Content, features a rivals-to-lovers story between two polar opposite vloggers. Mature Content will be avaialble to purchase June 2, 2017.

Ginny and Mike may get their denouement. Pitch executive producer Kevin Falls talked with EW about the fate of Pitch and teased a possible wrap-up episode for fans disappointed by the canceling of the freshman TV show. We're still rooting for more Pitch

What's in a word? Romance by any other name would still be so sweet. Merriam-Webster has provided us with a short history lesson on the word “romance.” Think you know its origin story?

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