Saturday, October 27, 2012

Last Halloween giveaway from me! And a TBR blurb fest



Thanks to everyone who entered!
The ebook of Ground Rules goes to...
Jess!
I will be emailing you - Happy reading!

 

It's treat time again! This weekend, I'm giving your Christmas spirit a boost a little early. Must be seeing all those decorated trees in department stores since September. :)

One commenter will win an ebook of Ground Rules, my Christmas fantasy. Comment before Monday, and be sure to leave your email address.

You can find the blurb and excerpt, book video, Casting Call and more here.

Reviews for Ground Rules


A perfect love story with a little hint of Christmas...
This was such a short, sweet, light-hearted story about finding love, even if you're not looking. Alice and Luke were both strong-willed and not easily intimidated. They had both been heartbroken and not looking to be hurt again. Ms. Masters took a simple love story and made it magical, drawing the reader into the world where angels can make your dreams come true. And the fact that Luke could make a mean margarita certainly didn't hurt, either. I'm a sucker for a Christmas story - throw in a hot angel on a Harley and we've got a party!
Luke is the Harley, hunky not-like-you’ve-seen-before Angel. Had his heart broken and doesn’t want to listen to his heart. In Ground Rules he shows Alice that others have worse circumstances.
I really enjoyed Ground Rules. It reminded me of It’s a Wonderful Life with a love twist. If you want a good book to get you into the spirit of Christmas and miracles I recommend Ground Rules.
- Sizzlin' Hot Book Reviews - 4

Ms. Masters has written a wonderfully magical story that is refreshing to read. This creative story gives us a new take on the Christmas guardian angel. Complete with romance and snow.
- Romancing the Book - Lovely Rose

 Halloween Blurb Fest at TBR

This weekend at TBR, writers of Halloween-themed stories are invited to share their blurbs in the first Halloween Blurb Fest! If you have a story about Halloween, or with a Halloween scene, I hope you'll share your blurb.

I still haven't come up with two themes for November - any suggestions?

5 comments:

Tessa said...

Thanks for participating in the blog hop and happy Halloween.
tessa.bamberg@kolumbus.fi

DMS said...

This holiday story does sound like fun! I have seen lots of Christmas decorations up already- so I guess we will be getting into the spirit early. :) Thanks for the giveaway.
~Jess
haightjess@gmail.com

Anjela said...

I have been noticing the Christmas things making their way out in the stores, I love Christmas, and would love to read this holiday story :). Thanks for the chance to win it!

Anjela said...

I have been noticing the Christmas things making their way out in the stores, I love Christmas, and would love to read this holiday story :). Thanks for the chance to win it!

Anjela said...

I have been noticing the Christmas things making their way out in the stores, I love Christmas, and would love to read this holiday story :). Thanks for the chance to win it!