Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Romance is in the Air #Giveaway Hop

Romance is in the Air Giveaway Hop
Featuring Young Adult & Clean Adult Romance

February 4th to 14th
A Big THANK YOU to all of the bloggers that participate in these hops!   There are many blogs participating in this hop, so be sure to stop by each and enter to win!  Each has their own entry rules and geographic limits, so be sure to read the rules for each one.
This hop is hosted by BOOKHOUNDS.

HERE IS WHAT I HAVE FOR ONE LUCKY WINNER:
~READERS CHOICE~
$25 AMAZON GIFT CARD or $25 PAYPAL CASH
#Giveaway below!

And now for some YA Romance...

Life in the No-Dating Zone

After surviving her parents' relationship drama when her older sister elopes, Claire Gardner vows not to date during high school. Now, three years later, Claire is thrown into new relationship drama—her two best friends have boyfriends. Which means Claire is spending more and more time alone. Andshe's more than a little peeved.

Enter Gray Langley. His year-long crush on Claire's friend Lindsey has made him desperate enough to ask Claire for help with pursuing Lindsey. Hesitant at first, Claire finally agrees—anything to get rid of Lindsey's current evil boyfriend. But as Claire and Gray plot together, Claire has to fight the sparks of attraction flying everywhere.

Because she can't be with Gray unless she gives up her vow. And how can she handle the pain that'll come from confronting her parents with the reasons for that vow? Claire has to decide . . . unless, of course, Gray decides first.

Available now from Swoon Romance!


Em & Em
The last thing sixteen-year-old Emily Slovkowski wants is to move away from her home at the Jersey shore, gorgeous surfer boyfriend Zach, and her entire identity. But that’s kind of how Witness Protection works, and Em must prepare herself for an epic do-over as she starts a new life in the Midwest.
Even as she pines for sandy beaches and the night life of the shore, the newly-named Ember O’Malley finds herself making new friends, taking photos for the high school newspaper, and thinking an awful lot about the paper’s editor, an oddly cute cowboy named Charles.
When Em stumbles upon a shady beneath-the-bleachers exchange between one of the school’s football coaches and a student, she refuses to get involved. The last thing she needs is to be witness to another crime or call attention to herself. Besides, she finally has some real friends—well, real except for the fact that they don’t know a single thing about her—and she prefers to keep it that way until the trial.
But as her day in court approaches, Em begins piecing together what she saw that day beneath the bleachers. And, as her own past secrets start to catch up with her, Em needs to figure out who she really is—Em or Em.


Picture Imperfect
Sixteen-year-old Max Prescott knows all too well the joys of cheating girlfriends and traitorous friends. He’s not eager to have his heart trampled again, but money and a fresh start can mean the difference between happiness and a dark path with his name on it.
So when Melly Hewson, a perky and enigmatic classmate, asks him to be her model for a year-long photography project, Max agrees. Melly Hewson is everything Max isn’t. She’s outgoing, witty and always knows the right words to say. And despite his best efforts, Max finds himself drawn to her.
Still, he isn’t stupid. He knows a girl like Melly will only use him and then never speak to him again. Besides, he’s been to that rodeo. As long as he keeps his feelings off the market, he won’t make the same mistakes as last time.
Yet underneath Melly’s sweet smiles lies a secret she’d rather kept hidden. And as the year goes on and the photos pile up, Max and Melly will find themselves developing through the negatives, a story that when told could push them to opposite ends of their world. But the only thing worst than the truth is, the facade that surrounds them.


  • Ends  02/14/16
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106 comments:

  1. I like both but I guess if I have to choose one probably paranormal.

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  2. Generally, I lean toward dystopian.

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  3. I'm more of a paranormal person :)

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  4. I would rather read a paranormal book but I do like dystopian

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  5. I would like to read a paranormal novel.

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  6. I am into dystopian right now but I do love paranormal. A bit tired of the typical vampire read though.

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  7. Would you rather read a dystopian or paranormal novel?

    im more for horror

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  8. I would rather read a paranormal one.

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  9. I would probably pick paranormal.

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  10. Guess I would go with the paranormal.

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  11. I like both it depends on my mood which one I would read at the time.

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  12. Right now I'm feeling dystopian more that paranormal

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  13. Depends what I feel like reading, I like both!

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  14. Paranormal!! Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  15. I think I would be more interested in dystopian.

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  16. I don't really have a preference for one over the other. It would depend on the plot.

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  17. I'd rather read a paranormal novel

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  18. I would like to read a paranormal novel.

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  19. Both! If I have to choose though, Dystopian.

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  20. Paranormal, always! But that does not mean that I don't want to read the dystopian, too. BUT, UNIQUENESS!!!

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  21. I would read a paranormal novel.

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  22. I love dystopian a lot so I'll read that.

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  23. I love both but if I had to choose it would be paranormal

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  24. Either! It is just a question of a well written captivating story, with good characterization.

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  25. Dystopian for sure. Paranormal is not my thing.

    Thanks for giving.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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  26. I'd read paranormal for a nice change, but I also like dystopian.
    Dianna

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  27. I would prefer dystopian of the two.

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  28. I'm not really big into the two listed, but I have read one or two paranormal romances... but definitely not into dystopian personally.

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  29. Paranormals, since I find dystopians too depressing!

    --Trix

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  30. I would rather read a paranormal novel :)

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  31. Definitely a paranormal novel.
    Megan @reading away the days

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  32. I prefer a paranormal novel. Thanks for the chance

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  33. I'd rather read a paranormal book.

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  34. What a choice... I'd rather read both! :)

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  35. I enjoy both, but I would say a paranormal!!

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  36. Canadians not eligible? I have valid paypal ? May I enter?

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  37. I'm not a big fan of either but I guess dystopian would be my choice.

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  38. I'd rather read a paranormal novel

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  39. I would rather read a paranormal novel.

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  40. I'd much rather read a paranormal one!

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  41. i have never read a dyspotian novel but i love paranormal

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  42. Dystopian, I think, although I like to read pretty much anything.

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  43. Prefer dystopian
    Della at deepotter@peoplepc.com

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  44. I always love dystopian novels.

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  45. I would prefer to read paranormal.
    Rafflecopter name: Tara Woods

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  46. I like both but would pick paranormal.

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  47. I really just like both, maybe a bit more on the dystopian side though.
    ALONA Y.

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  48. I would rather read the dystopian genre.

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  49. I'd rather read a paranormal novel

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  50. I absolutely love Dystopian, would pick that over Paranormal every day!

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  51. It really depends, but I guess paranormal.

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  52. I would rather read a paranormal one.

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  53. I would rather read paranormal.

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  54. I like both but I'm leaning toward paranormal.

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  55. I'd rather read a paranormal book.

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  56. i would definatly rather read a paranormal novel

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  57. I love both. But lately I have been reading more dystopian stories. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  58. I would rather read a paranormal novel.

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  59. A paranormal novel would be my choice.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  60. I think I have to go with Paranormal. I haven't read Dystopian before.

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  61. I would love to read paranormal novels.

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  62. I would rather read a dystopian novel.

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  63. Definitely paranormal. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Ann S

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  64. I would rather read a dystopian novel!

    Happy Valentine's Day!

    Deborah

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  65. I would like to read a paranormal.

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  66. I would rather read a paranormal novel.

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  67. I would rather read a paranormal novel.

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  68. I like to read both equally
    Julie Hawkins

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  69. I would rather read a paranormal novel.

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  70. I prefer reading a paranormal novel

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  71. I'd choose paranormal over dystopian any day.

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  72. I would probably choose a paranormal one!

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