Monday, April 29, 2013

Lilith Saintcrow in PRINT!

Lilith Saintcrow has a few books that were in ebook format, NOW IN PRINT!

Awesome right!  I know I'm a fan of print books.  This doesn't happen all that often, and since people asked, Orbit did it.  The prices are a little higher with being Trade Paper back, but they are available to drool and fawn over on your shelves.

The Hedgewitch Queen
(Romances of Arquitaine #1)

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Vianne di Rocancheil is a lady waiting at the Court of Arquitaine, where she studies her books, watches for intrigue, and shepherds her foolhardy Princesse through the glittering whirl. Court is a sometimes-unpleasant waltz, especially for the unwary, but Vianne treads its measured steps well.

Unfortunately, the dance has changed. Treachery is afoot in gilded and velvet halls. A sorcerous conspiracy is unleashed, with blood, death, and warfare close behind. Vianne must flee, carrying the Great Seal of Arquitaine with her. This is the one thing the conspirators need to rule, and they won’t rest until they have it. A life of dances, intrigues, and fashion has not prepared Vianne for this. Nor has it prepared her for Tristan d’Arcenne, Captain of the King’s Guard and player in the most dangerous games conspiracy can devise. Yet to save her country and avenge her Princesse, Vianne will become what she must and do whatever is required.

A Queen can do no less.

The Bandit King
(Romances of Arquitaine #2)

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Tristan d'Arcenne is what he always wished to be--Vianne di Rocancheil's Consort. But Vianne is no more a noblewoman, she is the Queen of Arquitaine, faced with treachery, invasion, war, and a Consort whose secrets may well shatter their marriage. For before Tristan was hers, he belonged to a King...and that King died by Tristan's hand.

Arquitaine needs them both. The country is locked in a deadly game whose rules change by the moment. The Queen is an adept player, but hardly ruthless enough. The contest requires a man who has nothing to lose, a man who has already done the worst and will continue to do so for his wife, his country, and his own salvation.

The Bandit King approaches...

The Damnation Affair
(Bannon and Claire 1.5)

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The West is a wild place, where the poison wind blows and the dead walk. But there is gold, and whiskey, and enough room for a man to forget what he once was--until he can no longer can.

Jack Gabriel's been the sheriff in Damnation almost since the town grew out of the dust and the mud. He keeps the peace--sort of--and rides the circuit every dawn and dusk with the chartermage, making sure the wilderness doesn't seep into their fragile attempt at civilization. Away from the cities clinging to the New World's eastern rim, he doesn't remember what he was. At least, he tries not to. Good enough.

But Damnation is growing, and along comes a schoolmarm. Catherine Barrowe is a right proper Boston miss, and it's a mystery why she would choose this town where everything scandalous and dangerous is probably too much for a quality lady like her. Sometimes the sheriff wonders why she came out West--because everyone who does is running from something. He doesn't realize Cat may be prickly, delicate, and proper, but she is also determined. She's in Damnation to find her wayward older brother Robbie, whose letters were full of dark hints about gold, trouble...and something about a claim.

In a West where charm and charter live alongside clockwork and cold steel, where hot lead kills your enemy but it takes a blessing to make his corpse stay down, Cat will keep digging until she finds her brother. If Jack knew what she was after, he could solve the mystery--because he was the one who killed Robbie.

The thing is, Cat's brother just won't stay dead, and the undead are rising with him...



If you want to read the Bannon and Claire series:


20 comments:

Melissa (Books and Things) said...

Stop eet! You know you are just making me want it more... Stop eet...

Oooh... shiny! :D

Unknown said...

I definitely like print copies better than ebooks. Ebooks are fine to take a lot with you and read. I especially like hardcovers more

L. D. Nash said...

Ooooh, Damnation Affair sounds like a weeeener to me! I wanna read. *Runs off to find a copy*

Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer said...

Sweet and I like the covers!!

Alexia561 said...

Ooooooh! Love Lilith Saintcrow! Thanks for the heads up!

LoveOfBooks said...

I love the dress and font color on the first book. These all sound good!

Jennifer @ Bad Bird Reads said...

I so love print books better. I love the covers. :)

Silverlight said...

Thanks for sharing! I think I may have the first one on my Kindle, but still haven't read it!

Sharron said...

This series sounds fantastic! Definitely going on my to-read list. Thanks for sharing!

Blodeuedd said...

Ohhh I did not know they were ebook only

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Hahaha, Melissa (B&T) I know, I want them too. :D I have the Hedgewitch on my Nook, but need the prints! LOL!

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Rivie Bleu, I do too. I love having the book in my hand and looking at them all on the shelves. Just something about it, and ebooks don't compare.

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Leslie Nash, do hope you enjoy the read! I'm starting the first book in that world now. :) Thank you!

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Kimba, these covers are amazing! :)

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

You are so welcome Alexia! :)

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Christy @ Love of Books, yes, the dress is amazing! :)

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Jennifer Bielman, I'm with you on both. :) Thank you.

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Silverlight, sure thing! I have the first - The Hedgewitch on my Nook too. :) I need to get to it. :) Thank you!

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Sharron, they really do! :D Hope you enjoy what you find with the books. Thank you for stopping.

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Blodeuedd, I knew about The Hedgewitch, but not the others. :) Thank you for stopping.