Friday, November 11, 2022

What's in the (e) a giveaway

Goodnight from Paris by Jane Healey from Lake Union (NetGalley)
Amazing Grace Adams by Fran Littlewood from Henry Holt (NetGalley)
Fifth Avenue Glamour Girl by Renee Rosen from Berkley (NetGalley)
Confident and Killing It by Tiwalola Ogunlesi from Harper360 (NetGalley)
One of Those Faces by Elle Grawl from Thomas & Mercer (NetGalley)

Ellie Is Cool Now by Victoria Fulton and Faith McClaren from Forever (NetGalley)
Ashton Hall by Lauren Belfer from Bogaards PR (print)
Something Wild & Wonderful by Anita Kelly from Forever (NetGalley)
Behind the Scenes by Karelia Stetz-Waters from Forever (NetGalley)
Lunar Love by Lauren Kung Jessen from Forever (NetGalley)

You Shouldn't Have Come Here by Jeneva Rose from Blackstone (NetGalley)
Come As You Are by Jess K. Hardy from Victory Editing (NetGalley)
Breaking All The Rules by Amy Andrews from Entangled (NetGalley)
The Happiness Project by Kirstie Pelling from Embla Books (NetGalley)
The Crow Valley Karaoke Championships by Ali Bryan from Henry Holt (NetGalley)
A Matter of Happiness by Tori Whitaker from Get Red PR (NetGalley)
Someone Else's Shoes by Jojo Moyes from Viking (print)
Strangers in the Night by Heather Webb from William Morrow (NetGalley)
Friends with Issues by Meredith Berlin from Warren Publishing (NetGalley)
Friday I'm in Love by Camryn Garrett from Random House (NetGalley)
Exes and O's by Amy Lea from Berkley (NetGalley)
A Dash of Salt and Pepper by Kosoko Jackson from Berkley (NetGalley)
Do I Know You? by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka from Berkley (NetGalley)


Driven by Kerena Swan from Rachel's Random Resources (ebook)
The Santa Bet by Tracy Krimmer from Booksprout (ebook)
Murder in Chianti by T.A. Williams from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not by Aimee Brown from Boldwood (NetGalley)
A Gamble on Love Mom Com series by/from Whitney Dineen and Melanie Summers (ebooks)

Sara and Melissa:
Queen of Hearts by/from Whitney Dineen (ebook)

How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix from Berkley (NetGalley)
Vera Wong's Unsolicited Advice for Murderers by Jesse Q Sutanto from Berkley (NetGalley)

What could be in YOUR mail:

Kiss Her Once for Me by Alison Cochrun

Thanks to Atria, we have one copy for a lucky winner!

The author of the “swoon-worthy debut” (
Harper’s Bazaar) The Charm Offensive returns with a festive romantic comedy about a woman who fakes an engagement with her landlord…only to fall for his sister.

One year ago, recent Portland transplant Ellie Oliver had her dream job in animation and a Christmas Eve meet-cute with a woman at a bookstore that led her to fall in love over the course of a single night. But after a betrayal the next morning and the loss of her job soon after, she finds herself adrift, alone, and desperate for money.

Finding work at a local coffee shop, she’s just getting through the days—until Andrew, the shop’s landlord, proposes a shocking, drunken plan: a marriage of convenience that will give him his recent inheritance and alleviate Ellie’s financial woes and isolation. They make a plan to spend the holidays together at his family cabin to keep up the ruse. But when Andrew introduces his new fiancĂ©e to his sister, Ellie is shocked to discover it’s Jack—the mysterious woman she fell for over the course of one magical Christmas Eve the year before. Now, Ellie must choose between the safety of a fake relationship and the risk of something real.

Perfect for fans of Written in the Stars and One Day in December, Kiss Her Once for Me is the queer holiday rom-com that you’ll want to cozy up with next to the fire. (Synopsis courtesy of Amazon.)

Check out Melissa's five-star review!

"Dizzyingly adorable and brimming with laugh-out loud humor, Kiss Her Once for Me is the new rom-com gold standard. Alison Cochrun writes with palpable compassion, tenderness, and heart that makes every page a memorable one. I swooned, squealed, and shrieked my way through this absolute masterpiece."
—Mazey Eddings, author of Lizzie Blake’s Best Mistake

"Kiss Her Once for Me is a gift of a story. Capturing the festive charm and nostalgia of the season, the fresh-fallen-snow wonder of falling head over heels, this holiday romance also reminds us that giving and receiving love can be as tangled as a knot of Christmas lights, yet with patience and perseverance, finally unwound, no less beautiful, the glowing joy we all deserve."
—Chloe Liese, author of Two Wrongs Make a Right

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Giveaway ends November 16th at midnight EST.

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Rita Wray said...

It was so long ago I can't remember.

Suburban prep said...

It was when I was in high school and it took me by surprise. It was nice if I remember correctly.

traveler said...

It was delightful and romantic and long lasting.

diannekc said...

It was a real surprise. I totally wasn't expecting it.

Mary Patricia Bird said...

I don't really remember. I was too young, that's for sure.

bn100 said...


Mary Preston said...

The first kiss was wet, the second was much better.

Nancy P said...

Don't recall

Linda Kish said...

I can't remember that far back.