Who’s on vacation? Well, I am, but I can’t pass up a blog hop from I Am a Reader, Not a Writer. *grin* The Vacation Reads edition is co-hosted by The Bookish Mama. Want to know how you can win not one but TWO paperbacks? Read on to find out how to enter and which two books are up for grabs!
GIVEAWAY CLOSED. Congrats to Disincentive, who was chosen by random.org as the winner!
One winner will receive paperback copies of HAWTHORNE (Sarah Ballance) and TO URN HER LOVE (Elaina Lee). Both blurbs are listed below so check ’em out if you’re not familiar with the books. This giveaway *is* open to international addresses as long as the USPS will deliver to you. If the cost of shipping will be over $15, I reserve the right to substitute the ebook versions in the winner’s choice of PDF, Amazon Kindle gift, or B&N Nook gift formats.
How to Enter
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HAWTHORNE by Sarah Ballance
After a terrifying encounter with the unexplained, it took ten years and the news of her grandmother’s passing for Emma Grace Hawthorne to return to her childhood home. She sought peace in saying a proper goodbye, but what she found was an old love, a sordid family history, and a wrong only she could right.
Living in the shadow of Hawthorne Manor, Noah Garrett never forgot about Emma Grace. In a house full of secrets, his search for missing documents revealed a truth that could cost him everything. What he found gave Emma the freedom to walk away from the mansion, her heart free and clear, but at what price to Noah?
TO URN HER LOVE by Elaina Lee
Caylie Abrahms bad day gets worse when the teen brother she’s responsible for proudly hands her a gift. Just wanting to show how much he appreciates all his sister does for him, Kyle steals what he believes is an ornate glass vase. The gift is anything but however, and now Caylie has to find the owner of an urn. Worst yet, she has to explain her dear brother stole someones loved one. Against all odds she learns the urn belongs to Rick Marshall, her best friend from college, the man she’d poured her heart out to and been rejected by. She never thought she’d see him again, let alone have to hand him back his father in glass. Will her resolve remain strong in his presence, or will she suffer another broken heart?