Fall Book Giveaway!

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** CONTEST ENDED–Congrats to KIM DISMUKES!**

It’s close to the fall season and time to enjoy some amazing romance reads!  For a chance to win print copies* of the books below, scroll down and answer one question. That’s it! No sign ups, no lists.

Well Met by Jen DeLuca
The Plus One by Sarah Archer
The Matchmaker’s List by Sonya Lalli
Passion on Park Avenue by Lauren Layne
Fix Her Up by Tessa Bailey
Life on the Leash by Victoria Shade

*mailing U.S. only


For a chance to win books by Jen DeLuca, Sarah Archer, Sonya Lalli, Lauren Layne, Tessa Bailey, and Victoria Shade, answer the following question:

What three things make you think of Autumn?

Good luck! Winner* randomly drawn 9/25/19.

 

*Books mailed to U.S. only

18 Responses to Fall Book Giveaway!

  1. Angi C

    Football, pumpkin and changing leaves

  2. Kim Dismukes

    Pumpkin bread, sweaters, and Halloween candy

  3. Wioletta Slyk

    Leaves changing colors, colder weather, apple picking.

  4. Denise Hendrickson

    Cooler weather, changing colors, Thanksgiving.

  5. Christi Lowe

    Leaves falling, football, everything is pumpkin spice this or that.

  6. Stephanie Rash

    Bonfires
    Hoodies
    Leaves changing colors

  7. Cathy Conover

    Pumpkins’s, Mums, and cooler weather to wear sweatshirts

  8. Glenda M

    Football, pumpkin everything, cooler weather (since I’m in central Texas, cooler means low 90’s and less)

  9. Annie Long

    Shorter days. Rain. Ravens.

  10. Lynne K

    Pumpkin spice coffee, long sleeved shirts and turning of the air conditioning (I live in Las Vegas).

  11. sharon

    Cooler temperatures, Halloween, & leaves changing color

  12. Cheryl Womack-Whye

    The crunch of dried leaves, the smell of burning logs, and the feel of soft blankets warming bare skin.

  13. April K

    Colorful leaves, pumpkins, and warm apple cider.

  14. bn100

    pumpkins, cooler weather, leaves changing colors

  15. Steph Bochenek

    OUr cows calve in the fall, so baby calves, sweaters, and fall leaves.

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