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Book giveaway! ALONG CAME JONES

Captain’s Log, Stardate 02.12.2007

Blog book giveaway:

My husband has threatened to chuck my books if I don't get rid of them, so every Monday and Thursday, I list either a new or gently used book to give away.

These are all great books! I just don’t have room for them and I’m not a packrat personality. And I like to spread the love.

To enter to win today’s book (blurb below), leave a comment on this blog post, giving your name and saying you want to enter.

Please leave an e-mail address or website where I can contact you (please use this format with the brackets--you [at] yourmail.com--or something like that to prevent spammers from trolling for your e-mail address).

International readers are welcome to enter!

You have a week to comment--I'll pick a name out of a hat on Monday, February 19th. (BTW, you can post a comment and NOT enter, too.)

The winner of
Chocolate Beach
by
Julie Carobini
is
Deso
Congratulations!


You can still enter the giveaway for TWO copies of
Renovating Becky Miller
by
Sharon Hinck
.
Go to this blog post to leave your name and e-mail to enter.
I’ll draw the TWO winners on Thursday.

Along Came Jones by Linda Windsor
(This book is gently used)

From the back cover:

SPARKS FLY WHEN BIG APPLE GAL MEETS BIG SKY GUY
or LOVE IN A GHOST TOWN?

Framed for embezzlement and on the run from cops and crooks, Deanna Manetti is run off the road by a wild mustang and rescued by a rugged outfitter named Jones. If being stranded in a Montana ‘ghost town turned ranch’ with a guy who hangs dead animal heads on his wall can be considered rescue to the diehard Fifth Avenue ad exec. At least if she doesn’t know where she is, no one else does either.

Instinct tells ex-U.S. Marshall Shep Jones that this comely Duchess of Disaster to hearth and barn is on the run and that the sparks kindling between them are going to blow up in his face. He ought to turn her in before her past catches up with her, but Shep never shied from putting his life on the line before. The only difference this time is that his heart could go down with it.

Read an excerpt here.

Comments

  1. Camy, that books sounds fun! I'd love to be entered to win.

    Sarah

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  2. This book sounds like a great right, count me in!

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  3. It does sound like fun, and I love all things Big Apple. Count me in.

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  4. This sounds like a great book! Enter me!

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  5. Hi Camy, please enter me too...it sounds like an exciting book! Thanks :)
    (carolynnwald@hotmail.com)

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  6. I know I would really enjoy this book. Please enter me in the drawing! Thank You!

    mittens0831 AT aol dot com

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  7. Oh, I love Linda's books!! Please enter me!

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  8. LOL! about the dog toy. I'm so glad I have a cat, even if she is a total rip to everyone but her family!

    Hey, I'd love to enter for this book. Count me in. <};^)

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  9. Ooh, please enter me! (And, I love your new pic!!)

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  10. Wow. You look really glamourous in your photo, Camy!! :)

    Please enter me for the draw. :)

    jolene565363 at gmail dot come

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  11. Ditto on the photo, Camy! And I'd love a chance at Along Came Jones.

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  12. Looks like a cool book =)
    Enter me in the drawing =)

    Shirley Qiu
    fantasy_girl121992 [at] yahoo.com

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  13. I already own this book and it's a fun read! Whoever wins it, will love it. I haven't met a Linda Windsor book I haven't loved yet. :)

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  14. I already own this book so don't enter me but I want to say that I highly recommend it. Whoever wins will enjoy it.

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