Friday, December 3, 2010

Tis the season for a GIVEAWAY!!!!


2010 has been a fabulous year for me with the release of my first novel. To pay forward my blessings, I’m giving away a free e-book (PDF) copy of my novel Four Thousand Miles.

 
When Natalie Spencer loses both her career and marriage in the same morning, the emotional shock sends her on a spontaneous journey to England. There, she is nearly mugged in a Tube station, but an introverted songwriter named Gavin Ashby scares off her attackers. Recognizing Natalie’s fragile state, Gavin offers help and invites her to recuperate from her trauma at his country home.

As she adjusts to her new role and surroundings, Natalie finds healing by helping others. Gavin and his family begin to accept Natalie into their hearts, leading her to a choice…abandon her old life in the States and trust in a new chance at love, or flee once again?

 
To enter, post a comment below and tell me your favorite literary couple of all time and why their romance inspired you. I’m a sucker for a great love story, and I’m always looking for new books to read. You can earn additional entries by:
 +1 – Follow this blog
+1 – Tweet about this contest (provide me a link)
+1 – Follow me on twitter http://twitter.com/#!/Jesilea
+1 – Become my fan on Facebook http://tinyurl.com/2bv5yna
+1 - Add up all of your entries (maximum possible 6)

Don’t forget to leave me your email address in your comment! Winner will be drawn in the evening of December 10, 2010. Winner will be notified via email, as well as announced on my blog. Contest open internationally. Void where prohibited.

5 comments:

  1. My favorite romantic fictional couple is Noah and Allie for "The Notebook" The reason why they are my favorite couple is because their bond could never be broken. Through all of their trials and tribulations they continued the share a deep connection and undying love for each other.

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  2. I think my favorite couple of all time is Elizabeth and Mr Darcy in Pride and Prejudice. I have read this book so many times, and watched the different versions of the movie time and time again. They are meant for each other and class cant stop them.

    I follow you on here and on twitter (i retweeted your tweet :) ), so I think that is 3 points?

    jessica.dupreez@live.com

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  3. Hey! I'm torn between Ginny and Steve from Rosemary Rogers Sweet Savage Love and Alaina and Cole from Kathleen Woodiwiss' Ashes in the Wind. Both couples made me wnat to create memorable characters and I hope some day to be read and re-read the way so many people read these two greats. It's sad to think of Ms. Woodiwiss' passing and that she won't be creating anymore fabulous couples. Fortunately Rosemary Rogers is still writing and giving readers those passionate and memorable couples.

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  4. Jamie and Claire in Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. Their relationship was unlikely, (several hundred years worth of unlikely) but the two of them were passionate, funny and displayed an amazing respect for each other. The devotion was palpable.

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  5. I love Katsa from Graceling because she can (and does) kick her boyfriend's butt. Prince Po perfect for her because he's tough enough to accept and support her as she is.

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