Tuesday, March 13, 2012

March Retro Release Contest!

March Retro Release - Have you read this book yet?  If not, here's your chance to win your own copy!

The Sheikh's Bartered Bride by Lucy Monroe
By Lucy Monroe
Harlequin Showcase - March 2011
ISBN-13: 978-0-373-68822-7
Originally Harlequin Presents - February 2005
ISBN 0-373-12447-3
© 2005 Lucy Monroe

After a whirlwind courtship Sheikh Hakim bin Omar al Kadar proposes marriage. There are no declarations of love, but shy, innocent Catherine Benning has already fallen head-over-heels in love and she accepts…  After their wedding day – and night, when the sheikh claims his virgin wife – Catherine and Hakim travel to his desert kingdom.  Catherine discovers that this is no love match for Hakim – he’s bought her!

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Contest Question:
Please leave your answer in the comment section.  Winners will be announced on Saturday.  If you leave your email address in your comment I will contact you regarding the prize otherwise you may check back on Saturday to see if you are the winner and email me.    

Last week T.D. Jones blogged with me about having a creative place to write.  She described the room in which she writes.  What room in her house did she convert to a writing space?


TashNz said...

Hi there from NZ. The answer is the Bedroom :) Thanks, Tash

CrystalGB said...

a bedroom. :)

Quilt Lady said...

bedroom. I have not read this book yet.

Laney4 said...

I am grinning here. T.D. Jones said, and I quote, "... turned a bedroom in the house into an actually office." I want to see this actually office, LOL! It's nice to know we're all human.

Beth said...

She turned a bedroom into an office.

dstoutholcomb said...

she turned a bedroom into an office

dholcomb1 @ aol dot com

bluegray said...

A Bedroom - wonder how big?

Donna said...

She turned a bedroom in the house into an actual office.

1_trouble AT msn DOT com

Tina said...

She turned a bedroom into an office to write in.


Kathryn Merkel said...

TD turned a bedroom into an actual office.

chey said...

She turned a bedroom into an office.
chey127 at hotmail dot ocm

Lorna said...

It was a bedroom.

Debby said...

a bedroom
debby236 at gmail dot com

Shadow said...

She turned a bedroom into an office. :) Thanks!

Shadow said...

oops. Forgot email.

marybelle said...

She turned a bedroom into an office.

Carol L. said...

Hi Lucy,
She turned a Bedroom into an office. Thanks again for another opportunity.
Carol L
Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

Laurie G said...

TD Jones turned a bedroom intoher reading room. I did the same thing. I turned our old nursery/playroom into my library / reading room. Love the peace and quiet.

johns lake at usa dot com

Lostime4me said...

T.D. said she turned a bedroom into an actually office. I think I'd have to keep a trundle bed in there for a brief nap...or to do research.
Thanks for the chance to win.
P_keeler [at] att [dot] net

Lostime4me said...

Sorry for the duplicate :(
This darned computer has been possessed for the last 4 days...Of course, the Security Software tells me "everything's fine" Just got some microsoft bulletins in that there are critical updates coming out. Thank God it's not my computer.

Estella said...

A bedroom