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Friday, September 9, 2016

Touch Giveaway

OMG! Guess what!  I have TWO signed copies of Touch by the lovely Melissa Haag.  That's right, TWO.  One copy I won in the silent auction at A Night of Magic and the other I won in a giveaway from Rebecca's Novel Addiction blog, a contest I entered a while ago.  Also, don't forget to sign up for my newletters to be the first to hear about other giveaways.  I promise the newsletters will only be used to tell you about fun things and news like giveaways.

So- I am going to give one of you lucky readers one of these copies.  I know, I rock.  All you have to do is enter the rafflecopter giveaway at the BOTTOM of this blog.  When the giveaway ends in one week, on September 16, 2016 the winner will be contacted by me via email.  You will have 3 days to get back to me with your mailing address, and I will pop it in the mail, shipping charges will be on me.  If for some reason you don't get back to me in three days, I will pick a new winner, and NO WHINING ABOUT IT!


Now, if you haven't read Touch, Why not?  It is absolutely one of my favorite YA novels.  It is sweet, and endearing, with a a little bit of mystery and a touch of suspense thrown in.  Also you can read it on Kindle for only $2.99.

Synopsis:
Home before sunset.
Sleep before dark.
Never go outside at night.

According to the family curse, Tessa needs to find “the right boy” before her next birthday or she’ll be living by those rules forever. It should be easy. After all, with a touch, she can see her future with a boy...a future where he dies young. She would do anything to get rid of her curse, except follow in her ancestors’ footsteps.

Then, she meets Morik. He's a demon and the reason behind the visions and the rules. He long ago brokered a deal with Tessa's ancestors, and he's come to collect.

Tessa has a choice to make. Stand before Morik as her ancestors failed to do or continue to hide from what waits in the dark. Her time to decide is running out.
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5 comments:

  1. Pretend I wrote something clever and witty. This week has been too long. :)

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  2. Angelfall (Penryn & The End Of Days Series). By: Susan Ee.

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  3. A review of Thrall by Jennifer Quintenz or Sisters of the Moon series (the first book in series is Bound to Night or it comes as a 3 book set) by Nina Croft.

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  4. Looking for a new series to read so basically any review would be great to read.

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