Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Spring Cleaning Giveaway!




Thank you I Am A Reader, Not A Writer for organizing this hop.

This giveaway is open to followers from the US and Canada only (due to shipping costs).

You must be age 13 or older to enter!

It will run from now through March 25th.

I will email the winner and they will have 48 hours to respond.

The winner can choose from the following books:


Book Description:

Trying to escape marriage, they are snared by love.

When Sam Sinclair's self-made millionaire grandfather sends Willa Kent, a woman none of the three Sinclair brothers have even heard of, as his proxy to an ultra-important meeting of the Sinclair shipping company, most people would think the old man had lost his marbles. But Sam knows his grandfather too well. For some reason, the wily old man has decided that one of his three grandsons should marry Willa, and this is his way of trying to force the issue....

So Willa and Sam team up on what seems like a wild-goose chase to find some loophole in Grandfather Sinclair's crazy notion. But as Sam crews Willa's yacht en route to Maine, he finds to his surprise that his grandfather's offbeat scheme is growing more attractive by the moment. Willa is smart, beautiful...and has a wild streak that sends them soaring together above the clouds.

But Willa isn't about to let Sam fly away with her heart until she knows his true motives. If the man wants to marry for money, then the woman in her says that first he must fall in love.

You can add it to your Goodreads shelf.



From a winning voice in fiction -- the author of My Favorite Mistake and Exes and Ohs -- comes a romantic comedy that will have you in stitches.

She's late for her life...

Becca Davis has always played it safe -- denying her passion for fashion design in a dead-end job and letting her pragmatic boyfriend (mastermind of the "Kevin Bradley Ten-Year Plan") make the tough decisions in life. Stunned into saying yes when Mr. Predictable springs a surprise proposal on her, Becca realizes that she's running out of time to turn her life around. She's only got one more chance to chase her dreams and no one -- not her control freak fiancé, not her dramaholic sisters, not her overprotective parents -- will talk her out of it.

He's right on time.

Terrified but determined, Becca breaks off her engagement, moves in with her sister in Los Angeles, and prepares to take the fashion world by storm. The reality of the Hollywood scene is much harsher than she anticipated -- lots of slamming doors, snooty clients, and double-crossing celebrity stylists -- but she won't give up. And while she's waiting for her big break, she meets Connor, a sexy risk-taker who's the polar opposite of her ex-fiancé. Is Becca ready for his all-or-nothing approach to love? With her design business taking off and her family starting to fall apart, she's about to learn the timeliest lesson of all: Love and fashion wait for no woman.

Add it on Goodreads.


Undercover DEA agent Fallon Hargis can handle a nine-millimeter and take down a drug cartel. But nothing in her training has prepared her for ssexy Wade Tanner and Two Creeks, Texas. Hiding out in the rinky-dinky town is a necessity until she can discover who betrayed her at the agency. But people who don't lock their doors? Who bake pies and tell you to have a nice day? That's torture. And having seductive, caring Wade melting her armor one kiss at a time? Sublime torture! Wade Tanner has had enough of living life on the edge. That's why he quit the detective life to become sheriff of this sleepy town. Now suddenly there's this bold, brassy, sexy, and unbelievably exciting woman luring him out of his comfort zone and into a life of chaos he didn't realize he missed. But what will it take to get her to trust him...to show her what a man who cares can really do for her? As the threat grows and danger narrows in, a tough-as-nails agent and a sly, unwavering sheriff are about to get in over their heads-on the case and in each other's hearts. And once they get a little taste of Southern comfort, anything can happen!

Add it on Goodreads.


For those of you who are International, I'm sorry that you can't enter this one. :-(

You can leave a comment on the post though and that will count toward the comment incentive giveaway! :-)


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44 comments:

  1. really don't feel bad, you usually do international giveaway when it's possible so i really can't think someone would be hurt or angry because we can't enter this one. We do understand so take a deep breath and relax ;) no one doubt your honesty and kindness

    What genre do i read the most: i think it's a tie between paranormal romance and urban fantasy.. other are following but those are at the top ^^;
    On that note^^ i remind you that it's the release date for the first instalment of Storm Force ^^;; paranormal romance mixed with thriller i really want to read it (i'm glad it can be the first thing i read tomorrow^^;;)and if you take the kindle now it will only cost 1,99 dollars ( my first dedication ever ... i'm delighted!!!!)also if you do order it you will receive the next chapters every two weeks ( better than to wait until july, but i must have the print copy of this book^^)

    Oh from the choice you offer today... i really can't say one caught my interest more than the other ... curious since normally we love the same ( i guess i'm too high for storm force so i will reread the summary later to have a better idea but as you see in my case you really have nothing to worry about ;) )

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    1. Awesome! I want to read Storm Force too. :D

      I am not surprised that none of them would appeal to you. They were all decent but I won't be reading any of them again. Hence the reason I'm giving them away.
      Someone else can enjoy them! :D

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  2. I would love Southern Comfort! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. I would like the Karen Kelley book. Do you read a lot of your books again? I read some!
    debby236 at gmail dot com

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    1. I am a re-reader. If I really like the book I will re-read it at some point.

      These books are good but not ones that I need to read again. :-)

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  5. Possibly the Karen Kelley. I have a few of hers so I'd have to check. The ones I've read I like but I dont know if I have this one. :) Thanks!
    -Amber

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  6. +JMJ+

    Inasmuch as YA and MG are genres, they're the one I read the most. A few years ago, I would have said that I find it easy to relate to young heroes and heroines; but now I think it's a little deeper than that. I like the idea of "free" time that you can spend outside of the rat race (whether the rat race is work or school), in order to do something that you really want to do--whether it's opening your own baby-sitting club or following a strange looking rabbit into a tree. ;-) I think of this "free" time as the real time setting of all stories. And it's just easier to find books with such a premise in the YA and MG sections than in the adult sections.

    At the same time, however, I long for more complexity in my reading. I'd love a book like The Secret of the Treasure-Seekers written from the uncle's point of view, or the story of what else the old Professor got up to in between the events of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and The Last Battle. Those two had tons of "free" time!

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  7. I would love to have Southern Comfort. Thanks for having the giveaway.

    ayancey(at)dishmail(dot)net

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  8. The Man Must Marry would be my choice

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  9. I would probably choose Fashionably Late :) Thanks for your giveaway!
    oddball2003 at hotmail dot com

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  10. I would love to have Fashionably Late... that is the only one of hers I haven't read
    Sherri L

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  11. I'd pick Southern Comfort.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  12. The Man Must Marry or Southern Comfort! Thank you for sharing!
    jukyjoauka at aol dot com

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  13. I would love the new Janet Chapman book! I didn't know she had a new book out! SQUEE!! Barrie

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  14. Southern Comfort Sounds YUMMMY!!!!
    blpmendez@yahoo.com

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  15. I do enjoy reading Janet Chapman and that book sounds good, so that is the one I would want.

    evanlea at gmail dot com
    Josette

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  16. I would pick Fashionably Late. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  17. I'd love to read Fashionably Late.

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  18. Southern Comfort--I love stories about the South!

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  19. I would choose The Man Must Marry.

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  20. I would love to have: The Man Must Marry. But I wouldn't mind any of the three books. They all sound really good!! Thank you so much for a chance to win and for being a part of this fun and awesome blog hop!!

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  21. I'd love to read The Man Must Marry.

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  22. I'm torn. All three look great since I mostly read romance. I think I'm leaning towards Fashionably Late... but that may change in a couple minutes. :)

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  23. I'd like to have Fashionably Late. :D

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  24. The Man Must Marry by Janet Chapman looks so yummy. Probably go with that one. :)

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  25. I think I'd choose The Man Must Marry, thanks!

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  26. Fashionably Late is my choice.
    Thanks :)

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  27. I would like "The Man Must Marry".

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  28. The Man Must Marry looks great!
    Spring is in the air and it's time for that spring cleaning. My house certainly needs a little extra spring cleaning this spring as I'm drowning in books! I do have to admit, however, that I'm looking forward to spring weather and longer days. I love flowers. I love hearing the birds chirp.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    mestith at gmail dot com

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  29. Please enter me in your Spring Cleaning giveaway.
    In response to your question of
    Which book would you like to have?
    I would like Fashionably Late by Beth Kendrick.
    Thank you for having this giveaway!!!!!!

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  30. thanks for the giveaway! I'd like to have Fashionably Late.

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  31. The Man Must Marry sounds like a good one!

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  32. Fashionably Late looks great. I enjoy chick lit because, too often, these women have very hard choices to make, similar to what real women face. In romances,(don't get me wrong. I LOVE romance books) the heroine has it fairly easy. Just fall into the guy's arms;)Plus, the protagonist's sisters sound like mine, lol!!!

    cc_clubbs[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  33. I would love Southern Comfort, I'm a big fan of Karen Kelley. I read about an equal amount of comtemporary romance and paranormal romance.

    seriousreader at live dot com

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  34. I would love Southern Comfort! Thanks for the chance to win

    Jolene A

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  35. I would like The Man Must Marry by Janet Chapman. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    bhometchko(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  36. I would like The Man Must Marry by Janet Chapman.

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