Friday, November 17, 2023

What's in the (e) a giveaway

Start Us Up by Lexi Blake from Get Red PR (print)
Joe Nuthin's Guide to Life by Helen Fisher from Gallery (NetGalley)
Arthur and Teddy Are Coming Out by Ryan Love from Harper 360 (NetGalley)
The Hearing Test by Eliza Barry Callahan from Catapult (NetGalley)
Young Rich Widows by Vanessa Lillie, Layne Fargo, Cate Holahan, and Kimberly Belle from Sourcebooks (NetGalley)
Next of Kin by Hannah Bonam-Young from Dell (NetGalley)
Pocket Dog by Jim Garland from Victory Editing (NetGalley)
The Fake Mate by Lana Ferguson from Berkley (NetGalley)
Good Girls Don't Die by Christina Henry from Berkley (NetGalley)
Light of the Fire by/from Sarahlyn Bruck (print)
Memory Piece by Lisa Ko from Random House (print, won from Goodreads)
Hypnotized by Love by/from Sariah Wilson (print)
Night for Day by Roselle Lim from Berkley (NetGalley)
The Goldie Standard by Simi Monheit from Sibylline Press (NetGalley)
The Happiness Blueprint by Ally Zetterberg from Harlequin (NetGalley)
You Cannot Mess This Up by Amy Weinland Daughters from Simon & Schuster

Enemies to Lovers by Portia MacIntosh from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
Baby, One More Time by Camilla Isley from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
The Boy With the Star Tattoo by Talia Carner from William Morrow (NetGalley)
Under the Palms by Kaira Rouda from Thomas & Mercer (NetGalley)

The Sleepwalkers by Scarlett Thomas from Simon & Schuster (NetGalley)
The Alone Time by Elle Marr from Over the River PR (NetGalley)

Melissa S:

The Rule Book by Sarah Adams from Dell (print)
It Must Be True Then by Luci Adams from St. Martin's Press (print)

Mayluna by Kelley McNeil from BookSparks (NetGalley)

What could be in YOUR mail:

The Wishing Bridge by Viola Shipman

Thanks to Harlequin, we have one copy to give away!

Once the hottest mergers and acquisitions executive in the company, Henrietta Wegner can see the ambitious and impossibly young up-and-comers gunning for her job. When Henri’s boss makes it clear she’ll be starting the New Year unemployed unless she can close a big deal before the holidays, Henri impulsively tells him that she can convince her aging parents to sell Wegner’s—their iconic Frankenmuth, Michigan, Christmas store—to a massive, soulless corporation. It’s the kind of deal cool, corporate Henri has built her career on.

Home for the holidays has typically meant a perfunctory twenty-four-hour visit for Henri, then back to Detroit as fast as her car will drive her. So turning up at the Wegner’s offices in early December raises some eyebrows: from her delighted, if puzzled, parents to her suspicious brother and curious childhood friends. But as Henri fields impatient texts from her boss while reconnecting with the magic of the store and warmth of her hometown, what sounded great in the boardroom begins to lose its luster in real life. She’s running out of time to pull the trigger on what could be the greatest success of her career…or the most awkward family holiday of her life. (Courtesy of Amazon.)

It also includes the bonus novella, Christmas Angels.

See Melissa's five-star review.

“With emotional depth and nostalgic charm, Viola Shipman weaves a story that reminds us of the power of love, family, and the magic that surrounds us during this special time of year. The Wishing Bridge is a heartwarming and enchanting tale that captures the true spirit of the holiday season.”
~ RaeAnne Thayne, New York Times Bestselling Author

“Viola Shipman has a magical way with words and emotions, making the reader a part of the story. You’re there, experiencing it all in wonderful, nostalgic ways.”
~ New York Times Bestselling Author Lori Foster

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Toni Laliberte said...

My favorite is my Christmas wreath that I've had for over thirty years. It used to be my mother's, and she gave it to me. I cherish it so very much.

Rita Wray said...

Christmas decorations my children made when they were young.

Mary C said...

A Christmas decoration from my niece

dstoutholcomb said...

angel ornament I've had for thirty years

diannekc said...

My Mother's Christmas cookie recipes.

Lisa D said...

A pre-lit twig Christmas tree that I've had for years. It's on its last legs now and I really need a new one but I can't find another tree that's as nice as the one I've got!

Suburban prep said...

My parents had an array of nativity scenes and I have one that they bought when they went to Hawaii.

Jessica Beard said...

My favorite item(s) are the ornaments my grandma got me as I was growing up. Now that she is gone, I am able to reminisce about the memories with my own children.

Bonnie K. said...

I have many ornaments that were given to me over the years. These are special items I treasure.

Mary Preston said...

Decorations that my children made at Kindie.

traveler said...

The family recipes which I treasure each year for the enjoyment of all.

bn100 said...


Debbi Wellenstein said...

My favorites are the Christmas ornaments my children made me when they were little.

yellowlabs said...

Ornaments made by my daughters.