Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Midwinters Eve Hop (December 21 - 27)

It's time for the second annual Mid-winter's Eve Giveaway Hop.

Dates for this year's hop are Dec. 21st to 27th.

Thanks to Jessie Harrell from Oasis For YA & The Daily Harrell for co-hosting.

I will be giving away 2 different book. Please choose one of them. The Winter Lodge by Susan Wiggs or Snowbird by Stef Ann Holm

Barnes & Noble Review
Susan Wiggs follows up her first book in the Lakeshore Chronicles (Summer at Willow Lake) with another satisfying installment set in the small town of Avalon, New York. The main story belongs to two 30-something locals, Jenny Majesky and Rourke McKnight. She runs the Sky River Bakery, founded by her grandparents, and writes a weekly newspaper column; he is the town's chief of police. They are longtime friends with a complicated history and a passion set on simmer. When Jenny's house burns down, Rourke insists on her bunking with him, even though he's a notorious bachelor. The new proximity entices the two to confront old hurts and dreams deferred, before their romance can blossom. There's a wonderful secondary plot involving teenage Daisy Bellamy, her friends, and a mystery that's solved in the snow. Thoughtfully, Wiggs includes Jenny's favorite recipes from the bakery. Ginger Curwen(less)

A stunning Western romance about a lone woman living a man's life--and the one man who could set her passion free. "A thrill-a-minute Western romance that is a delight to read!"--Jill Marie Landis, bestselling author of Past Promises.

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  1. Thanks for participating in the hop and for the giveaway opportunity.

  2. Happy Holidays & thanks for the giveaway!

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