Light Up The lives Of Every Reader On Your Gift List With Deals From Pocket Star

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HOLIDAY STARS OF POCKET STAR EBOOKS!

Whether it be stars in the sky, stars atop trees, or stars who offer great reads, all are holiday stars to savor. The holiday stars of Pocket Star EBooks offer perfect escapes for winding down this holiday season:

KATE MEADER
Rekindle the Flame (Nov. 30)
Romance / Contemporary / Holidays
Rekindle the Flame (Hot in Chicago, #0.5)




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Rekindle the Flame is the Hot in Chicago series prequel e-novella for $1.99 by Pocket Star EBooks
Melting Point is the mm romance e-novella from the series by Pocket Star EBooks
The Hot in Chicago series: Flirting with Fire (#1), Playing with Fire (#2), Sparking the Fire (#3 in September 2016)
Playing with Fire is a PW Best Book of 2015 for Romance/Erotica
“[A] flawless contemporary…Deft characterization, high stakes, and unabashed sexual hunger drive the gripping fast-paced story.”



DANI-LYN ALEXANDER
The New Year’s Wish (Nov. 30)
Romance / Contemporary / Holidays
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Also indulge in Dani-Lyn Alexander’s The Perfect Gift Pocket Star EBook!
“Alexander paints a reliable, feel-good romance for the season that hits all the right notes, which is exactly what readers will seek for the holidays.”
—Library Journal










MARIAH STEWART
If Only In My Dreams (Nov. 30)
Romance / Contemporary / Holidays
25674126S&S
IBOOKSTORE (ebook)
KINDLE (ebook)
NOOK (ebook)
GOOGLE PLAY (ebook)

The final installment in the Chesapeake Diaries, Driftwood Point, will publish June 21, 2016. If you can’t wait until then, indulge in the recent New York Times bestselling Chesapeake Diaries #9, That Chesapeake Summer











REXANNE BECNEL
Angels in the Snow (Oct. 27)
Romance / Contemporary / Holidays
25238370 
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BAM

Tune in to UP Friday, December 18th, 7:00 pm ET to watch the movie Angels in the Snow!
Also indulge in Rexanne Becnel’s The Christmas Train Pocket Star EBook!
“A sweet tale of unconditional family love.”
—Library Journal







RAQIYAH MAYS
The Man Curse (Nov. 16; Pocket Star / Karen Hunter EBook)
Fiction / African American / Contemporary Women
27152102Buy Links on this page: Simon & Schuster

Interview with Ebony
A Little Respect & Romance | African American Fiction (and More) “VERDICT There’s a lot to like about this ebook original. Meena has a good heart but manages to make lousy decisions with men, a problem that will have many female readers nodding in agreement. Making her fiction debut with a novel that is equally raw, profane, and touching, Mays is a promising author to watch.”
—Library Journal










ADRIAN PHOENIX
Thinning the Herd (Jan. 4)
Fiction / Fantasy / Urban
Buy Links on this page:Simon & Shuster
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Uproariously funny urban fantasy.”
—Publishers Weekly
“It was fun, it was ridiculous, it was funny, it was, at times, even epic in a glorious, over the top action movie kind of way, it was cartoony and yes it was often puerile. And I enjoyed it.”
Fangs for the Fantasy













GABRA ZACKMAN
Double Down (Jan. 11) is book 3 in The Bod Squad series
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
25238692Buy Links on this page:Simon & Schuster

Game On is a thrilling romantic caper filled with double crosses, gadgets, and just the right amount of heat…Zackman’s debut mixes romance, pop culture, and espionage into a page-turner that plays with expectations. Readers will find a fast-paced story that is equal parts action and romance.”
—Library Journal












L.J. OLIVER
The Humbug Murders: An Ebenezer Scrooge Mystery
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Historical

22673732  Buy Links on this page:The Humbug Murders

“Houses of ill fame, naughty noblemen, mutilation and murder, opium dens, conspiracies, blackmail, dim-witted coppers, and a cast that includes, among others, Fagin, the Artful Dodger, Mr. Pickwick, Ebenezer Scrooge, and Charles Dickens himself—it's all here in Oliver's tale set during the run-up to Christmas, 1833…Oliver includes enough action and sufficient twists and turns to provide some fun by the fireside, accompanied, perhaps, by a nice glass of Madeira.”

—Publishers Weekly
VERDICT: This series launch from Oliver is a gritty period mystery that features clever appearances by Dickens and several of his characters.”
Library Journal (What’s in Santa’s Book Bag?)

 

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