This week, Risky Regencies are pleased to be able to give away THREE autographed copies of MISTLETOE KISSES, kindly provided by the authors: Elizabeth Rolls, Deborah Hale and our own Diane Gaston.
“A talented trio of authors brings together a triptych of heartwarming holiday stories perfect for the season. Though short stories, they are long on emotions and the true spirit of the season: redemption, forgiveness and love. When you need a pick-me-up from the holiday rush, grab one of these and you’ll be rejuvenated and ready to celebrate the joy of family and friends.” – Romantic Times, 4 Stars
To enter, all you have to do is comment on at least one of the Riskies’ posts this week. For each day this week (from Sunday through Saturday) that you comment on that day’s post, you will earn one chance to win — so if you comment on one post, you have one chance, and if you comment on all seven posts, you have seven chances, and so on.
Visit us early and often for your chance to win.
Winners will be announced on Sunday!
This sounds like a good book and great giveaway!
Thanks for giving us readers a fabulous gift to look forward to possibly win…
This book sounds great. I love the cover.
A published friend once said that her best selling books were the ones with the best covers. This one is gorgeous! Can’t wait to read these Christmas Regency stories.
Ooh, cool! Yeah, the cover is great, totally agree there! 🙂
What a nice contest. I’m a big fan of Austen and the Regency era, but haven’t delved into any of the romances yet – this could be a wonderful introduction!
I love the cover also. Covers are part of the ‘I want to buy it’ for me. It’s not the main ingredient by any means but if I love the cover so much the better. Covers are a ‘statement’.
My least stressful holiday, ironically, was the year I had a baby due in December. I knew she would be early and that I’d be on bed rest, so I did almost all of my shopping not only early, but on-line. No lines, no hassles. It was great. I’ve done more internet shopping as a result every year now and that’s helped me enjoy rather than be stressed every year.
What a beautiful cover. I can just imagine the stories….they must be wonderful. Thanks for the contest, and giving us all a chance to win.
Speaking of beautiful covers, I love the covers of Laurie Bishop’s four Regencies.
On a curious note, Riskies: I seem to have missed reading her comments and/or posts.
And I thought that Bertram St. James had a fine off-beat chatty blog posts. I miss those.
To answer Megan’s question, none of our holiday traditions are too odd, except my dad took everything magical about Christmas and made it tedious. We didn’t just drive around for a few minutes and look at Christmas lights on people’s houses, he mapped out the best neighborhoods and we looked at them for hours! Several nights a week! All month long! Now, I like taking my kids to see the lights, but we just go once or twice and only for a few minutes each time. Uh, thanks, Dad?