Start the Neighborly Affection series for 99 cents

by | May 10, 2015 | Gentleman series, Neighborly Affection series | 8 comments

I’ll get to the sale links in a minute, but let’s start with a note for those who’ve already read Playing the Game (Neighborly Affection #1). If you aren’t a newsletter subscriber yet, you’ll want to jump on before this month’s newsletter comes out on May 15.


Because this month’s installment of Tuesdays with Jay answers the question of where Jay went on the night he didn’t spend with Henry and Alice — and unlike the typical 1,000-word flash fiction, Tuesdays with Jay #11: Woman Trouble is 5,000 words long. Jay needed some room to stretch out for this one.

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Playing the Game by M.Q. Barber -- now on sale for 99 centsIf you haven’t read Playing the Game (Neighborly Affection #1) yet — or you want to gift it to a friend — Henry, Alice, and Jay’s first adventure is just 99 cents through the end of May. Snag it from your preferred retailer before the price goes back to $4.99:

If you’d rather read in paperback, the series is available in Books-A-Million stores across the U.S. now or can be pre-ordered from Amazon and B&N. Playing the Game paperbacks will arrive on May 26, and Crossing the Lines (Neighborly Affection #2) and Healing the Wounds (Neighborly Affection #3) will follow in June and July.

For details on what’s coming up later this year and next year, don’t forget to subscribe to the newsletter. In the meantime, happy reading!

Available from these fine shops

The links below will take you to the M.Q. Barber page at each retailer. Need more info to make up your mind? Check out the series pages for the Neighborly Affection books and the Gentleman books.

Also available at your library

Did you know that you can read M.Q. Barber books for free through your library? Libraries can request digital copies through Overdrive, Hoopla, and BorrowBox.

If your library uses Overdrive, you can download the Libby app and request a book directly from your library. Check it out!