Friday, December 1, 2023

What's in the (e) a book giveaway

The Paris Widow by Kimberly Belle from Harlequin (NetGalley)
Here We Go Again by Alison Cochrun from Atria (NetGalley)
When I'm Her by Sarah Zachrich Jeng from Berkley (NetGalley)
The Romanov Brides by Clare McHugh from William Morrow (NetGalley)
The Spice Maker's Secret by Renita D'Silva from Bookouture (NetGalley)
It Could Be Worse by Dara Levan from Regalo Press (NetGalley)
Miss Morgan's Book Brigade by Janet Skeslien Charles from Atria (NetGalley)
Plot Twist by/from Erin La Rosa (print--won in a giveaway)
In a New York Minute by Kate Spencer from Erin La Rosa (print--won in a giveaway)
Truly, Madly, Deeply by Alexandria Bellefleur from Avon (NetGalley)
The Mystery Guest by Nita Prose from Ballantine (NetGalley)
The Hanukkah Hook-Up by/from Jessica Topper (ebook)
When We Were Enemies by Emily Bleeker from Lake Union (NetGalley)
The Dreidel Do-Over by/from Amanda Usen (ebook)

The Screenwriter by Amanda Reynolds from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)

Melissa S:
Love You, Mean It by Jilly Gagnon from Dell (print)
What Have You Done For Mia Lately? by/from Julia Flynn (print)

What could be in YOUR (e)mail:

The Hanukkah Hook-Up by Jessica Topper and The Dreidel Do-Over by Amanda Usen

Meet the OG Matzo Ballers: Eight friends who became a found family, living and loving their best lives on a yearly Hanukkah harbor cruise around Manhattan…

The first two books in this holiday romance series are spoiler-free, take place simultaneously, and can be read in either order!

Thanks to Amanda and Jessica, we have TWO sets of ebooks to give away!

Synopsis of The Hanukkah Hook-Up:

It was only supposed to last for one night.

Work-obsessed Nora Ruben is tired of playing by all the rules. Especially when no one else seems to be. When her boss delivers grim news – at the company “holiday” party, of all places – she’s done being the model employee. At least for one night – the night of the Matzo Baller, her friend’s famed Hanukkah harbor cruise around Manhattan. And if the cute co-worker from the suburban office is along for the ride? All the better.

She has just one condition: no work talk, from sundown to sunrise.

Alex Beckman has never quite found where he fits in his family’s business. And he never wanted to take the lead on a major acquisition, especially of a company he knows nothing about. But when he’s sent to reduce the staff by half – and finds sexy, whip-smart Nora Ruben at the top of the list – he’s determined to dig deeper. It helps that she assumes he’s just a fellow comrade in the cubicles. When Nora invites him to ditch the party for the cruise, this nice Midwestern Jewish boy jumps at the chance…

But when eight hours on a boat turns into an amazing weekend together…firing Nora is the last thing on Alex’s mind. Will their Hanukkah hook-up confirm his worst fears about the future of his family business – or be the beginning of something miraculous? (Courtesy of Amazon.)

Synopsis of The Dreidel Do-Over:

Instead of partying with her crew on her favorite night of the year, Talia Katz is stuck pinch hitting for the flaky chef her even flakier brother hired for the glitzy event.

Happy freaking Hanukkah.

To make matters worse, her brother forgot to order fryer oil. How is she supposed to make Hanukkah happen without enough oil to fry the latkes? It’s going to take a miracle…

Asher Stein hates Hanukkah—and with good reason. But when the Matzo Baller’s bartender gets sick at the last minute, he agrees to step in, even though he usually avoids all things blue and gold like the plague. Now he’s stuck on a cruise for eight hours with a twelve-foot tall sparkling menorah and enough gelt to sink the boat.

Oy vey.

Hanukkah starts looking a little bit brighter—and hotter—when Asher discovers the cute chef he’s been eyeing on the boat is his long-lost BFF from Jewish day camp.

Both Asher and Talia have secrets. If they want to give their friendship—or more—a second chance these two opposites will have to share more than a sizzling spin in the sheets after a smoking-hot game of strip dreidel…although that’s a very good start. 
(Courtesy of Amazon.)

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Giveaway ends December 6th at midnight EST.

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diannekc said...

I know that Hanukkah is celebrated over eight days and it's a special Jewish holiday.

Miri C. said...

My workplace has a trivia contest at the company Christma-, erm, "Winter Holidays" party and it's my time to shine! Since I'm the only one who celebrates, I sweep the Chanukah category and win every every year

bn100 said...

eight days of celebration

Elizabeth H. said...

I know it's a special Jewish holiday celebrated over eight days and each day lighting a candle of the menorah. And of course, the Adam Sandler Hanukah song! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

dstoutholcomb said...

Love that it's a special holiday for the Jewish people.

Kris said...

I got to celebrate Hanukkah as an Au-pair. Loved it. The whole family getting together and not just for one day was very special.

Francesca said...

Eight days of latkes and soufganiyot! Sharing the light during dark times.

mahjchick70 said...

So excited to see more Jewish romances, including those with Hanukkah. Makes those 8 nights even more fun!

Space Station Mir said...

These sound great! I'm so glad to finally see Hanukkah romances becoming more available!