Thursday, April 19, 2012

Win a Book


Thursday Thoughts on Reading and Writing

When you leave a comment on THIS post by 6 p.m. CT Sunday, April 22, 2012 you'll be entered in the drawing for a copy of the book I review below. You must be eighteen, a U.S. resident, void where prohibited. (You can read further details about book giveaways here.)

Kiss Me If You Dare by Nicole Young

Nicole Young has a degree in communications and has earned several awards for speechwriting and presentation. In 2004 she won the Noble Theme Award for the Best First Chapter from the American Christian Romance Writers. She is the author of Love Me If You Must and Kill Me If You Can and lives with her family in Michigan.


From the book’s back cover:

Tish Amble is dead—or so she’s been told.

On the run from a backwoods Michigan drug ring that wants her dead, Tish Amble finds herself in sunny California with an assumed identity and a mysterious benefactor. All the wants to do is lay low for awhile, then return to her family—including her almost-fiancĂ© Brad. Instead, she ends up trying to start a normal life, going back to work on the college degree she postponed long ago, and restoring a block of homes.

But her past catches up with her. Someone sabotages her work, and Brad hasn’t called in months. Should she return to Michigan to find out what has happened? Or would a homecoming be more painful—and deadly—than she’s ready for?

Full of fast-paced action and nail-biting suspense, Kiss Me If You Dare  is the thrilling conclusion to the Patricia Amble Mysteries.


From Jo:

Everything from “who shot who,” why hasn’t Brad called, who pushed Jane off the cliff, just who is Tish’s benefactor, who left Tish stranded overnight on a housetop, and who committed arson are only part of the riveting suspense in Kiss Me If You Dare. Only close to the last pages may you guess the ending.


Remember: leave a comment on THIS post by 6 p.m. CT Sunday, April 22, 2012 and you'll be entered in the drawing for a copy of Kiss Me If You Dare. You must be eighteen, U.S. residents only, void where prohibited. Please remember to leave your email address so that should you be the winner I can get in touch with you for your mailing address.


Till next time ... keep on smiling.

14 comments:

  1. thanks for the chance to read this fabalous mystery :)

    karenk
    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

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    1. karenk, You're welcome and you're entered. Thanks for stopping by and for leaving a comment.

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  2. Sounds like a great book. I am from Michigan too so I would love reading about a character who is from my home state. Go Blue!

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    1. Melissa, thanks for your comment. I appreciate your reading and following my blog.

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  3. I have never read any of Nicole's books, but I love a good mystery/thriller. Please enter me in your drawing and thank you for the opportunity!

    Blessings,
    Lori

    triplel(at)evertek(dot)net

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    1. Lori, you're welcome! Thanks for your comment. Come by any time and watch for more book giveaways.

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  4. I enjoy action suspense stories and I know I would love this. Thanks!
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

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    1. rubynreba, thanks for your comment and leaving you email address. I appreciate you loyalty in reading my blog.

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  5. This book sounds great and I would love to read it!

    edwina@edwinacowgill.com

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  6. "Full of fast-paced action and nail-biting suspense, Kiss Me If You Dare is the thrilling conclusion to the Patricia Amble Mysteries." is what was told to us above. I just LOVE these kind of books and my husband even reads them with me sometimes. Thanks for the chance. I may just have to get the first two books too, though, and start the whole series from the beginning if I win this one. :)
    purensimplenatural at gmail dot com

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    1. Pamela, you just might. However, this book is a good stand alone book even if you haven't read the first two. Thanks for coming by and leaving a comment.

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  7. I'd like to have my name in the hat: sally apokedak at paraklesis dot com

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    1. Sally, thanks for dropping in your hat and commenting. I appreciate your reading my blog.

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