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This contest is now closed. Congratulations to Alexandra B, chosen by Random.org to win my favorite romance ebooks of 2014! Thank you to everyone who entered. I’ll have more things to give away soon :)
Well, back in January I had thoughts of doing a post on my favorite romance reads of the year. But, as you may have noticed, I’m kind of a lousy blogger and I’m particularly daunted by posts that include graphics (e.g., book covers), because I have to re-learn every time how to get the stupid automatic borders off and how to get the images the right size and properly placed so the text flows around them and all of that.
In addition, I was daunted by having to come up with something persuasive and special to say about each book, distilling for you the essence of why it appealed to me and why it ought to appeal to you. Long story short, the January post didn’t happen.
But today I ran across this giveaway post by author Laura K. Curtis (more…)
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If I get around to writing a “Best Reads of 2014” post, one of the books I’ll wax most rhapsodic about is Summer Chaparral, a historical romance with an unusual late-19th-century Southern California setting, featuring some marvelously assured prose and characterization from debut author Genevieve Turner.
The follow-up novella to that book, The Cowboy’s Christmas Seduction, is free on Amazon this weekend. I haven’t read it yet, but because I loved Summer Chaparral so much, I wanted to alert you all to the free promotion (running 12/27 and 12/28).
Caveat: I asked around on Twitter, and people who’ve read both books recommend reading Summer Chaparral first rather than approaching The Cowboy’s Christmas Seduction as a stand-alone. But I figure as long as the novella is free, you might as well download it and save it until you’ve gotten around to reading Summer Chaparral. Which I do hope you’ll do, because like I said, it’s one of the best romances I read this year :)
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