Monday, 29 August 2011

Contest time

So, with Protective Mate being released on Saturday, I thought I would run a contest to give away two copies. Just post below and let me know the most enjoyable book you have read in the last week. (if not week then month, year, lifespan. You get the drift :) )
If you win, and you're one of the eager people who wanted silver's bonus points, and have preordered your copy already I will give you a choice of a copy of Forbidden Mate or any other new realease I have coming up.

Good luck to all

18 comments:

Bailey;-) said...

Toni,

Awesome contest:) I can't wait to read Protective Mate! The most enjoyable book I read last week was Loving Luki Vasquez. It was a little different than what I normally read but the characters were intriguing and I loved Luki and Sonny. I hope you have a fantastic week, and good luck to everyone who enters!

Kerstin said...

Hi Toni *waves*

Most enjoyable book I've read this week is "Lone" by Rowan McBride :) Loved it... Of course "Paul's Dream" was also really good (Incubus smex anyone? :D)
Can't wait for Forbidden Mate!!
Hope you have a fantastic day

Tanya said...

Hi Tony
The most enjoyable book I read this weekend was Lucifer's Daughter by Eve Langlais. I loved the relationship between Satana Muriel and Lucifer it was like a normal daughter and father relationship. Cant wait for Protective Mate and really cant wait for Forbidden Mate...
Have a wonderful Day !!

Meagan said...

Good Morning Toni,
I would have to say the most enjoyable book I've read this week would have to be Torem by Lynn Hagen.
I can't wait for Protective Mate and Forbidden Mate to come out, Wish they were here already...

christinajfleming said...

Hi,
I would say the most enjoyable book that I read last week was Behind Closed Doors by Gabrielle Evans. I thank a lot of people can relate to Myst and trying to find there place.
Hope you have a wonderful week!

angie said...

cant wait to read and do a review on

i been rereading payton lees books, i say reading but i now got them on a dvd and can listen to them where ever i am, im in process of doing the same to all my books now i found a voice i like to listen too but the book im into at the min is
misstress of hanover square by anne harries (linda sole) i love history

angie said...

opps getting ahead of my self and not checking what i wrote, ok here goes cant wait to read your book and do a review on it,

have a great week

EydieG said...

I just finished your Determined Mate and I can't wait for the rest of the brother's stories!

Araya said...

I already pre ordered...shucks....

Rhonda Wolf said...

I just finished After the Sunset by Mary Calmes.

I can't wait for Saturday!

Steph said...

Hi Toni,

I would say that the most enjoyable book I read last week was Where He Ends and I Begin by Cardeno C. This was the first book I read by this author and I loved it. Since finishing, I have read the other three books in the series. Can't wait for Protective Mate and Forbidden Mate. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy!

Roxy said...

I am so excited for your book to come out =). My favorite book of the week has been Running away to home by Chris Owen although may change when i go and start my reread to prepare for the book release. It was the sweetness of the book of finding new love and unknown feelings and also finding that what you thought was one thing that you really wanted wasnt and that put it at the top of my list. Have a great release day =)

Rain said...

SJ Frost's Conquest, because I've been into the band/music theme on the reading front lately.

Congrats on your newest release!

angie said...

the best book i ever read and 100% proceds of the book went to charity its called on the run by judith rochelle if any of you are stuck for a good read i would recommend this book its a love story following domestic violence ( this one isnt for the comp i had forgot about this book when i entered last night )

LindaC said...

In the last week, rereading Son of Death by Nikki McCoy in preparation for reading Master of Wrath.

Petie said...

My most enjoyable book this week is The City series: Ice Water in Hell by Carol Lynne. Very hot story and actions :)

Michelle B said...

What a tough choice for me! I guess I'll go with Everyone Loves a Hero by Marie Force.

morgana-white said...

Though there are a lot of books I love, two particular ones will always stay close to my heart. That would be "Bear, Otter, and the Kid" by T.J. Klune and "Where He Ends and I Begin" by Cardeno C. They are amazing!

Anyway, can't wait for "Protective Mate" and "Forbidden Mate". Especially the latter. I'm just dying to read it!