Bargain eBooks #609:

Relatively Honest by Molly Ringle
Genre: Young Adult, Romantic Comedy
Price: $3.39
Where to Get It:
Amazon (Kindle)
Barnes and Noble

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Eighteen year-old womanizer Daniel Revelstoke leaves his native London to study at the University of Oregon, dreaming of seducing one American girl after another. But he soon meets a new kind of woman in classmate Julie French. Her cleverness and resistance land Daniel in love for the first time in his life, to his deep confusion. However, her long-distance boyfriend and a bizarre family secret stand in Daniel’s way to winning her. Since he can’t quit obsessing over her, he decides to hide a few truths in order to draw closer to her, hoping that maybe she’ll return his love and, when she finds out his devious path, forgive him. It’s a gamble, but all’s fair in love and college.

What they’re saying about it:

“…there’s a short list of books with male narrators I’ve managed to finish and to love. Relatively Honest is now among them. It’s something about writing the male POV that lacks the genuine emotion you get from reading the girls, and not all authors have been able to replicate it. Ringle did it flawlessly with MC Daniel. He was a multidimensional character who I instantly liked.”–Amazon Reviewer

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“This was a great book and every time I really thought I had it figured out, I didn’t. That doesn’t happen to me often – especially in romantic comedies.” – Jolene (reader)

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What Scotland Taught Me by Molly Ringle
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance
Price: $3.99
Where to Get It:
Amazon (Kindle)
Barnes and Noble
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Fresh out of high school, Eva Sonneborn is headed to Scotland with her best friends: scholarly, sarcastic Laurence; gorgeous, ghost-seeing Amber; and responsible, sweet Shannon. They plan to spend the next six months in Edinburgh, enjoying an adventure-filled work-abroad journey before parting ways for college. But when Eva meets Gil, a local bartender, she figures a little innocent flirting won’t hurt her relationship with Tony, her ever-faithful boyfriend back home. But just when things turn less innocent with Gil, the trip starts throwing curveballs at not only her but her friends too. By the end of the trip, they’ve all fallen in love, sometimes with the wrong people – and with consequences that may tear their friendship apart forever.

What they’re saying about it:

“What Scotland Taught Me is a coming of age story that is fresh, romantic and it has a soul. This should be at the top of your list for your e-reading device.” – Dean Mayes, author

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“I loved each character and their development. I also loved that I couldn’t put the book down! It’s one that I will definitely read again.” – Melissa (reader

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