UPDATE: The WINNER! for this stop was… Lissa3207!
Thank you to everyone who dropped by and commented. 🙂
Welcome to the Merry May Blog Hop, hosted by Roane Publishing!
I have TWO (2) prizes up for grabs:
- An ebook of my last novel, Boss Overboard and
- A $10 gift e-card to Amazon.com (US site)
To win, all you have to do is tell me in the comments what’s your current favorite type of book to read? Motorcycle clubs? Shifters? Other paranormal? Sports-oriented? Friends to lovers? Workplace romances? BDSM? Time Travel? Historical (and if so what period)? Or something else altogether… What’s your go-to genre right now?
Please also leave me an email address with which to contact you, either via the comment email requirement or in the body of your comment.
But that’s not all!
Roane Publishing will be giving away THREE e-titles as a Grand Prize!
Here’s a little about Boss Overboard
An all expenses paid, trans-Atlantic cruise has romance written all over it…unless you’re the poor sap who has to inspect the toilets and time the cafeteria lines. As if secret-shopping her company’s failing cruise ship isn’t bad enough, Lydia Johnson is forced to bring along a “top talent” new hire as her assistant. With a heart barely healed from her ex-fiancé’s deceit, she’s in no mood to train a man who might cheat her out of an overdue promotion.
Paul Thomas may be new to J.P. Theriot Enterprises, but he certainly knows his way around cruise ships. The Cajun charmer also isn’t shy about pursuing his desires, including his wary, but oh-so-sexy-when-she lets-her-hair-down manager. He’s shared more about himself with Lydia than any other woman…except who he really is—J.P. Theriot.
Thank you for visiting me!!
Now be sure to check out the other blog hop participants listed and linked below and the prizes they are offering!
Howdy, ma’am. I don’t actually have a favourite type at the mo, as I find I often have to hop from one genre to another from book to book, so I never get bored of a particular genre. My current read is historical, though, as I figured I should check out the first in the Outlander books. I *had* thought I could find out how it ends prior to the TV show revealing it, but I hadn’t factored in the 800+ pages to get through, lol.
I actually have so many types of genre that I enjoy reading. If I have to choose, I’d say Paranormal Romance is probably my favorite at the moment. Thanks so much for the chance, this is an awesome giveaway!
So I don’t have a favorite genre in that I’ll read just about anything once right now what I’m looking for is something new, something different that doesn’t give me the feeling that I’ve read it already. Something with a twist or out of the ordinary with a new view or a new spin. Thank you very much for the chance! firstname.lastname@example.org
My favorite book genre is paranormal romance (sexy vamps, alpha wolves) I love them all.
I love reading shifter stories and hot alien stories.
Time Travel stories are my guilty pleasure, especially those where the characters end up creating an alternative version of history!
I have found myself reading a lot of MC books right now, I go through phases, read one genre, then move onto another.
skpetal at hotmail dot com
Anything paranormal from vampires, gods and goddesses to shifters I love them all..
bn100candg at hotmail dot com
I really like friends to lover kind of book. Thanks a lot for the giveaway!
Right now I’m really into paranormal romance.
I am a “mood” reader. I love everything from historical to paranormal to erotica, though my requirement is that they need to be Romance. While I enjoy other types of stories, these are my favorite. I realize that I can’t read just 1 type consistently because they tend to blend together for me, so I need to break it up. 🙂
Thank you for the wonderful giveaway and participating in the hop!
trb0917 at gmail dot com
I’ve been reading a lot of contemporary romance books lately, especially with the friends to lovers or enemies to lovers theme. But I really like almost every genre if there is romance in it.
Thank you for the giveaway!
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