Friday, April 26, 2024

What's in the (e) a book giveaway

You Shouldn't Be Here by Lauren Thoman from MB Communications (print)
Mademoiselle Eiffel by Aimie K. Runyan from William Morrow (NetGalley)
Not Safe for Work by/from Lindsey Lanza (ebook)
Never Ever You by Sarah Echavarre from Lake Union (NetGalley)
Love You a Latke by Amanda Elliot from Berkley (NetGalley)
The Widow on Dwyer Court by Lisa Kusel from Thriller Book Lovers the Pulse (NetGalley)
My Favorite Mistake by Marian Keyes from Penguin Canada (print)
I Made It Out of Clay by Beth Kander from Harlequin (NetGalley)


Swiped by L.M. Chilton from Gallery (NetGalley)
You're Safe Here by Leslie Stephens from Gallery (NetGalley)
Talking to Strangers by Fiona Barton from Berkley (NetGalley)

Melissa S:
Enemies to Lovers by Laura Jane Williams from Putnam (print)
A Very Bad Thing by J.T. Ellison from Over the River PR (print)

The Summer Pact by Emily Giffin from Ballantine (NetGalley)
Pony Confidential by Christina Lynch from Berkley (NetGalley)

What could be in YOUR mail:

Next to You by Hannah Bonam-Young

Recently named One of the Best Romances of All Time by Parade.

Thanks to Dell, we have TWO books to give away!

Two friends battle feelings for each other as they work together to renovate a school bus into a home in this charming romance novel from the viral TikTok author of Next of Kin and Out on a Limb.

Lane is in the middle of an identity crisis. Her friends are all partnered up, her career is heading nowhere, and simply put, she’s not happy. So, after a night out celebrating her birthday, she makes one hell of an impulsive purchase: a giant yellow forty-eight-passenger school bus that she intends to make her home.

With little-to-no renovation experience but a large sum of inheritance money, Lane enlists the help of her friend Matt—a mechanic by trade, handyman by practice, and hottie by nature.

While their mutual attraction is undeniable, Matt and Lane have silently agreed that a friendship is the only thing that can ever exist between them. Matt’s a total family guy with “settle down with me” tattooed across his forehead, whereas Lane is entirely commitment averse. It could never work . . . right?

“Heartfelt and hopeful—everything a friends-to-lovers romance should be.”
—Lyla Sage, author of Done and Dusted

“Warm, sexy, and vulnerable. Hannah Bonam-Young needs to be on your romance radar.”
—Hannah Grace, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Icebreaker

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Giveaway ends May 1st at midnight EST.

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Mary C said...

Assisted friend in ripping up carpet, removing old wallpaper, painting and hanging new wallpaper. Came out well.

Toni Laliberte said...

No, I've never refurbished anything. I'm not very creative that way.

traveler said...

I leave that to the experts.

bn100 said...


Mary Preston said...

I had a bathroom renovated, but did not do the work myself.

Lisa D said...

I've never renovated anything myself and I don't think I ever would as I don't think it would turn out too well!

Viviana Varona said...

No I have not. Thank you for the chance.

Nancy P said...

Several homes. Turned out fantastic.

Michael Law said...

I have never renovated and never will. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

diannekc said...

I had a sunroom put on my house. I had a contractor doing the work, but it was a real headache. However it did turn out good.

Deborah Wellenstein said...

Beyond painting, I have never renovated.

Jess R said...

I renovated my home from top to bottom, with a tiny bit of muscle help from my teenage sons! Home belonged to my grandparents and had been purchased out of a Sears catalog, built in 1900. I updated it all and now want to live in it forever! Only place in the entire world that holds only positive memories! But I also hope to NEVER renovate anything else ever again!

Sand said...

I have never renovated but I’ve repurposed some things,

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