Midsummer Eve’s Giveaway Hop! June 21st-24th

Midsummer Eve’s Giveaway Hop!!!

June 21st – June 24th


I’m excited to be a part of this hop sponsored by I Am A Reader Not A Writer

 

I’m normally a straight YA kind of site, but I had the incredible pleasure of attending the Lori Foster Reader & Writer Get Together this month and I scored an amazing number of steamy romance. Also the title of this hop reminds me of a Midsummer Night’s Dream and so I wanna give away some romance. LOL

To be entered to win the prize package you must follow me on Google Friend Connect by clicking on the button at the top of my right column  —>

If you’d like to have additional entries, you can follow via twitter or like me on my Facebook author page, or with networked blogs or GoodReads. All those buttons are over there on the right too. But Following with GFC will get you entered. No worries.

Now, what do I have for you this week? Uh….I have a romance package made of awesome.

Once Upon A Scandal by Delilah Marvelle

Lady Victoria Jane Emerson left behind her girlish notions of romance when Jonathan deserted her without a backward glance. Now the time has come when she must finally choose a husband, and she has vowed to marry someone who will never break her heart.

Jonathan Pierce Thatcher, Viscount Remington, has returned home, free of all his family’s debts. Only to discover that by some miracle he has been chosen to vie for the hand of his beloved Victoria. To convince his only love to once again believe in the magic of love and the promise of desire will be his greatest challenge yet. And one he cannot fail!

Darkenbane: The Fountain by Kimberly Adkins

On a sultry New Orleans evening, Jasmine follows a handful of clues to a place she’d thought only existed in dreams and ancient faery tales. Through a doorway in time, Hayden is bound by royal blood to save his dying kingdom. He soon finds his quest, his destiny, and his love are all entwined with Jasmine more than anyone ever knew.

Betrayal: The Awakening by Angela Steed

Tristan Williamson waited four hundred years for her blood. Believing it holds his cure, he’s ready to end her life and retake his humanity. Present at her birth, he finds killing her is not as easy as he planned. Befriending her as she grew up was a dangerous mistake. And when she comes to him as a beautiful woman, falling in love with her could end up being her ultimate demise. As a child Anna Carlson worshiped the ground he walked on, believing in his existence as a vampire wholeheartedly until the day he left her. Her bitterness grew over the years, leading her to believe he was nothing but a con. Now, to fulfill the dying wish of her father, she’s destined to find his whereabouts and help him discover a cure she knew nothing about. But when she falls in love with him all over again, she’ll find danger she will never forget.

A Midnight Dance: A Fiery Tale by Lila Di Pasqua ***A 20 page TEASER***

Born into wealth, Sabine Laurent and her twin sister lived a life of luxury, their father’s prestigious theater frequented by royalty and aristocracy alike. And Sabine dreamed of her own prince charming—the devastatingly handsome Jules de Moutier.

That was before the loss of her sister and her family’s fall from grace—a disaster Sabine blames on the Moutier family. Now, with her father’s death, she’s inherited his sizable debt and the responsibility of caring for his spoiled long-time mistress and her two wastrel daughters. But with the help of Sabine’s eccentric friends—the balance of her father’s acting troupe—she plans to get very close to her old infatuation, seduce the rake—and make away with a fortune.

Resisting Jules’s skillful mouth and tantalizing touch is not as easy as Sabine supposed. And soon she must decide whether her desire for vengeance is greater than her desire for her one and only prince…

 

When you’re done here, don’t forget to hop over and enter the more than 200 other blog giving away books this week!!

 

 

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