Margaret Daley is giving away a $10 Amazon gift card to one winner (U.S. or Canada only) OR an eBook copy of STRONG WOMEN, EXTRAORDINARY SITUATIONS SERIES BOX SET BOOKS 1-3 for anyone outside the United States or Canada, in honor of the release of HUNTED Book 1 in my new series Everyday Heroes. NOTE: HUNTED is not part of the prize.
Patricia Yager Delagrange is giving away a beautiful stemless wine glass, hand-etched with a Friesian horse embellishment and a print or eBook copy of MENDING FENCES to one GRAND PRIZE WINNER. The SECOND and THIRD PLACE WINNERS will each receive one book of their choice from her available backlist in either print or eBook format.
Janna MacGregor is giving away a London tote and an autographed copy of her captivating Regency romance, THE BRIDE WHO GOT LUCKY. With so many fabulous new releases coming out this summer, you’ll need a fun bag to carry your books to the beach or on vacation. Let the summer of reading begin!
Claire Marti is giving away six autographed contemporary romances by NYT and USA Today Bestselling authors (Night Hawk by Beverly Jenkins, Under Pressure by Lori Foster, Passion for the Game by Sylvia Day, Fearless by Kimberly Kincaid, Want You by Stacy Finz, and Comeback Cowboy by Sara Richardson) to one winner and a $15 Amazon or Barnes & Noble gift card (winner's choice) to another winner.
Terri Osburn is giving away autographed copies of three series starters to one lucky winner: MEANT TO BE, book one in her Anchor Island series, HIS FIRST AND LAST, the first Ardent Springs novel, and RISING STAR, the launch book in her new Shooting Stars series. Enter to win this Summer of Love prize package now!
Jenna Sutton is giving away this darling Chala denim handbag (or a $20 Amazon Gift Card, (winner’s choice) to celebrate the re-release of her Riley O’Brien & Co. series, which is based on a denim company. The first book, ALL THE RIGHT PLACES, features a heroine who designs accessories including purses and wallets, so this bag is a perfect giveaway!
The romance and superhero genres have one major element in common: they’re about hope. That means Alec Farley, the star of my first superhero romance, Rise of the Firestarter, had to be heroic as a romance hero and as a “super” hero. Since this is the first book in my Phoenix Institute series, Alec also… Read MoreRead More