Friday, May 10, 2024

What's in the (e) a giveaway

Hers for the Weekend by Helena Greer from Forever (NetGalley)
The Trade Off by Samantha Greene Woodruff from Lake Union (NetGalley)
A Certain Kind of Starlight by Heather Webber from Tor (print)

The Mother by Valerie Keogh from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
Far From Home by T.A. Williams from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
Sly as a Fox by Wendy Koenig from Author Marketing Experts (ebook)
It Started with a Book by Camilla Isley from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
The Perfect Home by Natasha Boydell from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)

Once More from the Top by Emily Layden from MB Communications (NetGalley)
A Season of Perfect Happiness by Maribeth Fischer from Dutton (NetGalley)

Melissa S:

Elizabeth of East Hampton by Audrey Bellezza & Emily Harding from Gallery (print)
Look on the Bright Side by Kristan Higgins from Berkley (print)
A Friend Indeed by Elka Ray from Kaye Publicity (print)
The Unraveling by Melanie Hamrick from Berkley (print)

What could be in YOUR (e)mail:

Keep This Off the Record by Arden Joy. 

Arden has one audiobook to give away! And it's narrated by Mara Wilson!

See Melissa's review.

Abigail Meyer and Freya Jonsson can’t stand one another. But could their severe hatred be masking something else entirely?

From the moment they locked eyes in high school, Abby and Freya have been at each other’s throats. Ten years later, when Abby and Freya cross paths again, their old rivalry doesn’t take more than a few minutes to begin anew. And now Naomi, Abby’s best friend, is falling for Freya’s producer and close pal, Will.

Both women are thrilled to see their friends in a happy relationship—except they are now only a few degrees of separation from the person they claim to despise…and they can’t seem to avoid seeing one another.

Keep This Off the Record is a fun and fresh LGBTQIA+ story about the freedom to be who you are, even if that means falling for the person you hate. (Courtesy of Amazon.)

"Delightful! This modern-day twist on Much Ado About Nothing is sure to please both lovers of romance and Shakespeare." 
--Jean Meltzer, International bestselling author

“If there is a fine line between love and hate, high school enemies Abby and Freya are happy to cross it. Readers will be happy too! Arden Joy lives up to her last name. Keep This Off the Record is a joy!” 
--Meredith Schorr, author of Someone Just Like You

“I’m a sucker for enemies-to-lovers and this charming love story, complete with a delightful cast of characters, Jewish, and LGBTQIA+ rep, checked every box. With equal parts humor and heart, Arden Joy delivers a feel-good romance that reminds us to love ourselves for exactly who we are.” 
--Lindsay Hameroff, author of Till There Was You

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Elle said...

I don't have any nemesis from high school. I had a few peers I didn't prefer to keep the company of, but nobody I really hated, and I genuinely wish everyone all the best. I know I had a relatively fortunate social experience at the time, though.

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Jess R said...

High school was so long ago I have lost the effort to be angry at anyone!