Thursday, December 31, 2009

JANUARY CONTEST Five Chances to WIN!


Happy New Year to all.  Hope you're going to have a great 2010.  A big thanks to Haralequin Ambassador Program as again, they sent me five copies of a  Silhouette Special Edition.  All they ask of me is whoever wins the books, you let me know what you did with it after you read it.

To win a copy, tell me either how you celebrated New Years Eve or if you are going to have New Years Resolutions, what are they?

Don't forget to leave your contact email so I can notifiy you if you've won.  Again Happy New Year!

This book was rarted 4 1/2 stars on Barnes and Noble.  Here is a description of the book.
Christmas was tough for widow Jenna Wheeler and her four children. But even though she'd sold part of her family's land to make ends meet, she was determined to spin the holiday into the stuff of magic--no matter what it took. Now if she could only find a job....


Maybe her new landlord could oblige--gorgeous, child-averse Carson McRaven. He needed a chef, and he knew the lovely Jenna could do a bang-up job--if only she could keep her brood out of his hair. But as he found himself catapulted into the cheerful chaos of her family...not to mention Jenna's arms...he learned more about the spirit of Christmas than he'd ever dreamed.






10 comments:

joye said...

A group of us went to the casino for New Year's Eve= a lot of fun and a couple were big winners.
My resoluton is the same as last year and I know I will keep it.
To read 10 new authors which I have yet to read.
Last year I was introduced to some really wonderful authors of romance.
Happy New Year everyone

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

No need to enter me, darling. I'm dropping in to say thanks for the e-mail. I've got this posted at Win a Book for you.

Kara said...

My family and friends went to the Residence Inn here in Cincinnati - they had an indoor pool and hot tub...fun times!!!

One resolution I have for the year is that I will blog more and comment more on the blogs I follow.

ktulanko AT aol DOT com

Anonymous said...

i spent a quiet new years eve at home...no resolutions...but i plan to keep a 'gratitude journal' this year.

karenk
kmkuka(at)yahoo(dot)com

Haleyknitz said...

My resolutions is to stop biting my nails. :D

haleymathiot@yahoo.com

thanks! I will review this book and send you a link if I win ;)

Tamsyn said...

Happy New Year!
On New Year's Eve, we gather together for our traditional family dinner and on New Year Day, we usually have "zoni" which is a kind of soup which we eat for our New Year breakfast.
tamsyn5@yahoo.com

CallMeKayla said...

Nope, no NYRs. I don't believe in them. Just another thing to hold you down. What I do is just tell myself "you know it would be great that by this time nect year ____"
oh, and for NYE I went to dinner and to the movies.

kaylajohnson3969@sbcglobal.net

Maureen said...

We stayed home on New Year's Eve. My resolution is to try something new each week. Happy 2010!
mce1011 AT aol DOT com

Dena said...

Hi Marilyn, I sat at home and read a book, at midnight I turned on the local news and watched the fireworks at the space needle. I wish there wasn't so much smoke from the fireworks so you could see the colors better. Have a wonderful new year. denwal1@aol.com

Marilyn Shoemaker said...

January winners are:

Joye, Kara, Haleyknit, callmekayla and Maureen. Thanks all for your comments. Please email me at
seattlesnoops at aol.com with your
addresses.

 

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