Author Kristie Leigh Maguire has thrown her books into the mix for the Sale. She has made all 5 of her titles free with a coupon code for the duration of the sale which goes through the month of July.
Desert Heat: Affairs of the Heart (Book One) - coupon code LD33B
From the scorching sun of the Mojave Desert to the brilliant neon lights of Las Vegas, the sexy steel magnolia Marcie Treyhorne blazes a trail of passion through the desert sands. Her heart is torn in half as her desire for her new boss grows into a raging inferno while her love for her longtime husband remains as steadfast as the ancient desert mountains that surround Mojave Junction, California.
Cabin Fever: Affairs of the Heart (Book Two) - coupon code WF28P
The beautiful and sexy Marcie Treyhorne is a steel magnolia who knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to go after it. Marcie's story began in DESERT HEAT. Her saga continues in CABIN FEVER. Marcie leaves the blistering heat of the desert but the searing passion she carries to the northern Nevada mountains will melt the deepest of winter snows.
No Lady and Her Tramp - coupon code KM83L
A quirky hysterically hilarious read that is down and dirty! No Lady and Her Tramp is one woman’s accounting of the trials, tribulations, and antics of her life in President Park, a run down trailer park in Grapevine, Kentucky. The steamy, very descriptive sex puts Harold Robbins’ books to shame. The one thing Mr. Robbins’ books did not have is the humor that illuminates in this work of art.
Second Chances - coupon code UP73J
Set in rural Wyoming, Second Chances is a sweet contemporary western romance that will warm your heart. Mike Farley stomped on Jane Porter's heart with his cowboy boots. When he realized he had made the biggest mistake of his life, could he ever get it back the way it should be? Is it ever too late for love? Is it ever too late for second chances?
Emails from the Edge: Memoirs of an Expat Wife - coupon code CE87V
Kristie Leigh Maguire defies today’s world of political correctness in her memoirs as an expatriate wife during the turbulent decade of the 90s. Through emails with her friend in the States, KLM gives us a raw and brutally honest look at her experiences. In a way it is like being a voyeur, pulling back the curtain of friendship, and finding out they are not just talking about milk and cookies.