Welcome readers. Did you find a new e-reader under the tree? Well, have we got a sweet deal for you.
23 Authors – 27 E-book Romances – Two Grand Prize Winners!
That’s right. Two lucky winners will be filling their new toys with free romance e-books. First prize 15 titles. Second prize 10 titles. How do I win, you ask? Simple. The contributing authors have posted the blurb from their book at their websites (links below) and have asked a question about the blurb. Answer the question in a comment at each site. Each question answered is another entry toward one of the two grand prizes. And that’s not all. Many of the hops along the way are offering individual prizes as well. So be sure to visit as many as you can.
Grand prize winners will be announced on the 30th.
Here’s my contribution to the contest! A blurb and question about my Still Moments Publishing release, The Better Man
THE BETTER MAN
BLURB: A Dear Jane letter. A jilted bride. With the help of the Best Man, Lorelei Warren discovers that being left at the altar might be the best thing that’s ever happened.
Lorelei Warren is facing every bride’s nightmare; she’s been left at the altar with nothing but a Dear Jane letter from the cheating groom and a church full of friends and family. Will Draper, her best friend and the best man is there to pick up the pieces. He’s been in love with Lorelei for years and he can’t resist her. Now Lori has to decide what direction her life will head, especially when it comes to Will. Can she risk losing his friendship or is what she feels for Will worth pursuing?
QUESTION: Where is your ideal honeymoon destination?
Leave a comment and win a chance to load your e-reader with lots of good books!
Here’s the list of the other authors participating! Make sure you visit each one and leave a comment!
THAT DATING THING by Mackenzie Crowne ~ mackenziecrowne.com
17 thoughts on “Romancing Your E-Reader Book Bash ~ 27 romances, Two Grand Prizes”
Where is your ideal honeymoon destination?
Anywhere that is secluded, quiet and NO kids…
If I could do it again and had the money (I didn’t and don’t), Bora Bora. As it is, I can’t complain about the two nights we spent in Eureka Springs, AK. It was lovely. tchevrestt(at)yahoo.com
If I could go on a honeymoon again– Ireland or Scotland. 🙂
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My husband & I just came back from Hawaii (Maui) and we had the time of our lives! We were celebrating our soon-to-be 25th Year Wedding Anniversary and we went there for our honeymoon.
My husband and I went to New Orleans. But the destination doesn’t matter, just being together.
It’s not the destination as much as it’s having the together time with your love. Of course being somewhere that you don’t have to cook, clean or answer the phone would make it even better.
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Honeymoon? Geesh, after 41 years of being married, that’s quite a question. Make it warm with palm trees with a fabulous golf course nearby. Hawaii will do. Closer? Palm Springs!
A cabin in the mountians. With snow.
I would have to say Ireland. It is my dream destination and on my bucket list of places to visit. Of course a honeymoon is a honeymoon so anywhere you get to travel with the love of your life would be amazing.
I would love to go to New Zealand for a honeymoon!