Friday, April 12, 2019

What's in the a giveaway

Melissa A:
The Winemaker's Wife by Kristin Harmel from Gallery
Golden Child by Claire Adam, won from Cindy Reads and Writes
Love at First Like by Hannah Orenstein from Atria (e-book via NetGalley)
Dear Lily by Drew Davies from Bookouture  (e-book via NetGalley)
Christmas in Vermont by Anita Hughes from St. Martin's Press
Our Stop by Laura Jane Williams from Avon UK (e-book via NetGalley)

The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters by Balli Kaur Jaswal from HarperCollins

One More Lie by Amy Lloyd from HarperCollins  (e-book via NetGalley)

The Last Dance by/from Aimee Brown (e-book)
Banished from Memory by Mary Sheeran from JKS Communications (e-book)
Relatively Sane by/from Whitney Dineen (e-book)
The Ice Cream Parlour by Isabella May from Rachel's Random Resources (e-book)

What could be in YOUR mail:

Manhattan Cinderella by Kate O'Keeffe

Kate has one print copy to give away!

A lost shoe. An heir to a music kingdom. A chance for a fairy tale ending.

22-year-old New Yorker Gabriella Davis aspires to be pop music's next big thing. Desperate to protect her kid sister, she's got to succeed. But first, she needs to get away from her narcissistic stepmother who has her working her butt off as assistant to her band.

Super-hot singer Cole Grant is a country boy at heart, so when he leaves his native Tennessee for New York, he's about as comfortable as a deer on ice. He's determined to make the most of this chance of a lifetime, but with the explosive family secret Cole needs to keep, this is one opportunity that might just blow up in his face.

A taxi, a lost shoe, and a chance meeting bring Gabby and Cole together. Their attraction is instant. But with so much at stake, neither one is in the market for love.

When City meets Country and fame and fortune beckon, can they open their hearts to one another? Or will the secrets they hold keep them from finding their happily ever after?

Manhattan Cinderella is a sweet and sexy contemporary romance retelling of the Cinderella story for fans of Lauren Layne. (Synopsis courtesy of Amazon.)

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Linda May said...

I have never been to New York City, but some day I hope to visit & see all the wonderful things it has to offer. Thanks for this amazing chance.

traveler said...

I would see a show and shop and go to Katz's deli and Zabars.

Suburban prep said...

I have been to NY once and it was quite sometime ago.
Seems that people are always on the go. There is always something to do.
Turn the corner and it changes.

Michelle L said...

I would like to visit so many of the tourist attractions in NY -- Grand Central Station, Statue of Liberty, September 11 Memorial, Central Park.....

dstoutholcomb said...

when I visit, it's a really cool vibe and atmosphere. driving through it is crazy, but I held my own.


Mary C said...

Love the theaters, museums and library

bn100 said...

Central Park

jean602 said...

I was in New York City once as a tern.We went to Radio City shopped and ate at Mama Leon's.I enjoyed the trip and would love to visit again.

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Rita Wray said...

I would love to visit the Statue of Liberty

diannekc said...

I have been to New York City, but I would love to see The Statue of Liberty, Broadway and Times Square and lots of other places.

Mary Preston said...

NYC always sounds so exciting.

Linda Kish said...

It's so exciting. There is something going on all of the time. I love the theater district (Broadway and off-Broadway). I haven't been there in many years and would love to go back to visit again.

Janine said...

I have never been to NYC, but would love to visit there. I was born and spent the first 10 years in New York state and every time I have been back, no one would take me to the city. I always wanted to go. and, when I tell someone I was born in New York, they automatically say how they couldn't handle living there and I have to tell them, it wasn't the city.

starzine said...

I like Times Square.