Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Best of 2012 Giveaway Hop

WOO-HOO!  It's time for another hop.  The purpose of this hop is to give away books that I have read in 2012. The hop will start on Dec 27th and go through the 31st.  All you need to do to enter this contest is follow my blog and leave a comment with your name and email, telling me which book you'd like to win.

After you've done that, go to this link to find other Giveaway Blogs!


Here are the books I'm giving away:

Table For Two  - LDS Romantic Comedy

Being a legal secretary is not exactly Jana Barrowman’s dream job, so when recently widowed Alex Steadman contacts her about the résumé she sent in more than a year ago with a job offer for a creative consultant position, she puts some serious thought into accepting it. The problem is, if she takes the new job, she will have to move to another state and leave her mom and dad behind. But when Jana determines that the move can help her get away from Brad—the overly adoring man in her life who she really doesn’t have any feelings for—she decides to go. When Jana arrives for her new adventure, both Alex and his young daughter, Elise, are easily enamored with her— as is Jeff, the ward member who becomes Jana’s first date in her new town. However, Jana is not so sure about her feelings for any of them. And as she works side by side with Alex to transform a shabby house into a charming boutique, it becomes clear to her that Alex wants more than a friendship. Though Jana resists, she knows she has to work out her confusion before she loses everything that is becoming so dear to her. Will she be able to come to terms with the fact that Alex’s deceased wife, Vanessa, will always be a big part of his life, as well as Alex’s and her differing religious convictions and so many other complications that might not fit at a table for two?
Illuminations of the Heart - Medieval Romance
He spoke the name on a breath like a prayer. Then he lowered his head and kissed her.
Her heart is lost in that first embrace, her world shaken to its foundations. There is just one problem: her name is not Clothilde. It is Siriol de Calendri.
Trained in the art of illumination in the far-off city of Venice, Siri is directed by her late brother’s will to the county of Poitou in France, where she enters the guardianship of her brother’s friend, Sir Triston de Brielle. Once in Poitou, Siri hopes to find employment in an illuminator’s shop—until Triston unexpectedly snatches her heart away with a kiss.

Triston is a man of quiet honor and courage, but the guilt he carries for the death of his late wife, Clothilde, has left him numb and hesitant to love again. Worse yet, Siri bears an uncanny resemblance to his lost love. Or does she? Her merry laughter and twinkling eyes are very different from his late wife’s shy smiles and quiet ways. Yet when he gazes into Siri’s face, all he sees is Clothilde.

Then Triston’s past returns to threaten them both. Will his tragic life with Clothilde be repeated with Siri? Trapped between the rivalry of the king’s sons on the one hand and a neighbor out for vengeance on the other, Triston realizes it would be safer to send Siri away. But how can he bear to lose her again?

Siri is determined not to be cast off and not to live in another woman’s shadow. She has illuminated many a priceless book with pen and paint. But can her own vibrant spirit illuminate the darkness in Triston’s soul and make his heart beat for her alone?


Charlene said...
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Charlene said...

Charlene Mae Natavio
Table For Two

Gayle said...

I'd love to read Table for Two! Thanks for the giveaway!

Josie Hink said...

I would like to win Table for two

Josie Hink

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Book Attict said...

I'd love to read Illuminations of the Heart.

Happy Holidays & thanks for the amazing giveaway!
elizabeth @ bookattict . com
GFC: BookAttict

Valette M. said...

I'd love to read Table for Two.
Valette M.
Pomegranatesunrise (AT) gmail (DOT) com

Jeanette Platt said...

I would have to say that i would love to read illuminations of the heart.

Shelly Hammond said...

Both books look very good but I think I would pick "Table For Two" if I had to choose one. It's so hard to have to pick between the two though! Thank you very much for the giveaway :)

Shelly Hammond

aurora M. said...

I would love Illuminations of the Heart . I follow GFC as veltara
Thanks for the great giveaway.

Connie Babe said...

Table for Two

kimberly holgate said...

illuminations of the heart
gfc kimberly
kaholgate at ymail dot com

Daniel M said...

table for two sounds good - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

Danica Page said...

Table For Two

Danica Page GFC


P.S. I'm also from your state and I also love your religion as it's mine too.

Natasha said...

I would love Illuminations of the Heart. Thanks for the chance to win!
natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

wwe11 said...

I'd love Illuminations of the Heart.

Holly Letson said...

Illuminations of the Heart ♥

Holly A. Letson
bookaholicholly at gmail dot com

Holly Underhill said...

I'd love to read Illusions of the Heart.

Maria K said...

I'd pick Illuminations of the Heart.

Megan Parsons said...

I follow via GFC: MeganP
Illuminations of the Heart

Ruth Hill said...

gfc follower (Ruth)
I would love to read Illuminations of the Heart.

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