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When Black Friday Comes

I'm not much of one for shopping in general, and I'm definitely staying put on this day of all sales and crowds. I'd rather experience Black Friday through YouTube (thanks, Steely Dan) from my own home.

But if you're a homebody like me, we don't have to miss out on great deals! Barnes & Noble is running a Winter Romance Sale, with--as of this writing--77 books on deep discount. You can view them all here. Don't have a Nook? The deals are being price-matched at other retailers.

Two of my books are on sale right now: Season for Temptation, my first-ever historical romance, and Secrets of a Scandalous Heiress, which is my most recently published novel. (I've had two novellas out since then, but my next novel won't be out until February.) You can get them both for $1.99 per book.

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If you prefer to read in print, there's something today for you too. On my Facebook page, I'm giving away a beautiful paperback copy of Christmas in the Duke's Arms, a historical romance anthology with four novellas--including two by Casablanca authors Grace Burrowes and Shana Galen. I thoroughly enjoyed this anthology, and it seemed like a great way to kick off the holiday season. 

However you're spending Black Friday, I hope you have a good time--and, of course, some good books!

Theresa Romain is the bestselling author of historical romances, including the Matchmaker trilogy, the Holiday Pleasures series, the Royal Reward series, and the Romance of the Turf trilogy. Praised as “one of the rising stars of Regency historical romance” (Booklist), her highly acclaimed novels have been chosen for the Smart Bitches Trashy Books Sizzling Book Club, featured in the DABWAHA tournament, and deemed “Desert Isle Keepers” by All About Romance. A member of Romance Writers of America and its Regency specialty chapter The Beau Monde, Theresa is hard at work on her next novel from her home in the Midwest. Please visit her online at . 


  1. Hope you enjoyed your Black Friday, Theresa. I was still nursing a cold, so couldn't face the idea of the crowds!


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