Thursday, February 2, 2017

Spotlight and Giveaway: Always

Sarah Jio has been away for a little while. And we've missed her! So we're glad she's back now with her latest novel, Always. (Which has a gorgeous cover.) Thanks to Ballantine, we have THREE copies up for grabs!

We hope Sarah won't wait another two years to write her next novel.

Check out Melissa A's review here.

Synopsis:
Kailey Crane thought she had it all; the perfect job, the perfect fiancĂ©, the perfect life. But everything Kailey thought she knew is turned upside down one night when, on her way home from a romantic dinner, she stumbles across a homeless man on the sidewalk. A man named Cade McAllister. A man who was once the love of Kailey’s life.

Ten years ago, the attraction between Cade and Kailey was magnetic. But the end of the relationship left Kailey devastated. Seeing Cade transformed into the man on the street strikes her to her core. Kailey decides to help Cade piece his life back together, something she initially keeps from her fiancĂ© Ryan. As she revisits her long-ago relationship, Kailey realizes that she must decide exactly what – and who – she wants.

Alternating between the past and the present,
Always is a beautifully unfolding exploration of a woman faced with an impossible choice, a woman who discovers what she’s willing to save and what she will sacrifice for true love.

Sarah Jio is the #1 international, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of eight novels. She is also a longtime journalist who has contributed to Glamour, The New York Times, Redbook, Real Simple, O: The Oprah Magazine, Cooking Light, Woman’s Day, Marie Claire, Self, and many other outlets, including NPR’s Morning Edition, appearing as a commentator. Sarah lives in Seattle with her three young boys.

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Giveaway ends February 7th at midnight EST.

25 comments:

Aire para respirar said...

something about strength and resistance, never giving up

Jennifer said...

I have always thought about getting a book or reading based tattoo. I'm too chicken though!

Srb13 said...

Can't wait to read this!!

Kelly M said...

I have a tattoo of the word "hope" with an epilepsy awareness ribbon to support my daughter's battle with epilepsy.

Melissa said...

It would be of the word: Courage

Janine said...

This one is easy for me. I have wanted to get Nani's name tattooed in memory of her. I had one of my gold Hawaiian bangle bracelets (with my name) changed to her name after I lost her. My ex also bought me one in silver.

Linda May said...

It would be Daisy, because that's my favorite flower. I would love a chance to win this book, it looks amazing. Thanks for this generous chance.

rubynreba said...

It would be a cancer awareness symbol to honor my friends and family who have cancer or who have lost the battle with cancer.

Chrissy said...

I have wanted to read this for so long! It's been recommended by so many people. I would love to win a copy! :)

traveler said...

A piece of jewelry representing strength and courage.

Anonymous said...

Vera Wilson

Bi tattoo for me. Necklace nice with hope.

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holdenj said...

A necklace with joy.

Diana said...

The infinity symbol ∞

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Dianne Casey said...

No tattoo for me. I have a crystal bracelet with the colors of cancer and a ribbon charm. The colors represent the different colors of the ribbon for the specific types of cancer.

Bonnie K. said...

I don't want to get a tattoo, but I have been thinking of getting a charm bracelet. I would like to get charms that represents what I support and love.

Rita Wray said...

In my younger days I wanted a small tattoo of a butterfly on my ankle. I never did get around to doing it.

Anonymous said...

A Celtic knot

Mary Preston said...

FAMILY - they mean the world to me.

Elizabeth Glenn said...

I want a tattoo with a semi colon. It's based on "Project Semi Colon" which raises awareness for mental health and suicide prevention.

Jennifer C said...

Mine would say Courage.

Linda Herold said...

I'd like something that had to do with keeping the faith!!

bn100 said...

an animal

Suzy said...

A heart.

Jinger Kat said...

I don't want a tattoo but if I did it would be a cat

Hailey Fish said...

I really really want a tattoo but am waiting till after my surgery and I've lost weight. I would have to say either books, read or strength because of everything I've been through.