Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Weekly Prize Giveaway!

It has been so fun reminiscing about books from my backlist, that I thought it would be fun to continue with it this month. Just leave a comment on any post that is open to comments and you are entered in the drawing. This weeks title is (includes two stories in one book)....

Originally Published in October 2009
Harlequin Presents #2861
ISBN-10: 0-373-12861-4
ISBN-13: 978-0373128617

Rich, hot-blooded, passionate...These Mediterranean men are irresistible!

The Greek Tycoon's Inherited Bride by Lucy Monroe
Phoebe's betrothal to his brother meant she was forbidden to him, and honour was the code Greek billionaire Spiros Petronides lived by. But with one kiss Spiros knew he had to claim her as his!

Back in the Spaniard's Bed by Trish Morey
Leah Mitchell had left Alejandro Rodriguez because she'd over-stepped the boundaries of a mistress and fallen in love! The Spaniard's arrogance angers her, but his touch ignites her, so when Alejandro storms back into her life, how can Leah deny him?

This book is still available for purchase.


Debby said...

Sounds like two wonderful stories.
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Virginia said...

Would love to read this sounds fabulous.

Laurie G said...

What could be more delicious than a Greek or a Spaniard for Christmas?


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Rose said...

Sounds like a great book!
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Dawn said...

a Greek Billionaire..gotta love it..only if, right!!!!


Carol L. said...

I love the sound of these. Makes for Thanks for the opportunity.
Carol L
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Unknown said...

Ohh laa laa! These sound delish! Would love these!
Thank you for the giveaway opportunity!

Gena Robertson

Maureen said...

They both look great.

Zippy said...

MMMMMMMMMM that's all i can say. Can't wait to read it.

Heidi said...

Sounds totally delicious!! Love foreign men!

Heidi said...

This sounds delicious!! I love foreign men!!!

Laney4 said...

I enjoy reading books where the men know right away but have a lot of convincing to do. (Mind you, I like the alternative as well, but when you add in that he's Mediterranean, well ... there's just no comparison!)