Thursday, March 04, 2010

Book Giveaway: Manhunting by Betina Krahn, Joanne Rock and Lori Borrill

Manhunting

ISBN: 978-0-373-79523-9

Harlequin Blaze
February 2010

Watch out, guys! These ladies mean business…

The Chase by Benita Krahn
Samantha Drexel has always loved Nick Stack…or at least she’s loved his music. So when Sam first meets the sexy songwriter, she's already halfway seduced. Lucky for her, Nick's more than willing to finish the job…

The Takedown by Joanne Rock
Luke Owens has been trying to avoid the sensual allure of Tori Halsey, his best friend's little sister, all his life. But all bets are off when she decides to take him down and have her way with him!

The Satisfaction by Lori Borrill
Kitty Colburn has never believed in resisting temptation. And right now, she's got a fierce craving for chef Josh Beeker. Now all she has to do is convince the notorious playboy that sex with her could be wickedly delicious…


Want this? I have a question for readers and your response is your entry into this contest:


Do you read the end of the story before you're done with it? You know... take a peak to see how it ends?


One entry per person and only US and Canada residents.


Winner announced Sunday night. :)

15 comments:

CallMeKayla said...

Noooo! It would spoil it, I would never and have never. And when I'm not feeling the book, I figure it's not worth it to even know how it eneds.

kaylajohnson3969@sbcglobal.net

Sarah Grimm said...

I never read the end of the story first. But I do know of a few people who do.

CrystalGB said...

No, I don't take a peak at the end of the story.

acdaisy95 said...

No, I don't peak at the end of the story.

Armenia said...

I don't usually peek but when I'm tortured from the distress going on between H/H, and I can't think how they are ever going to get their HEA, then I peek. Only the last page. Gah, I'm such a bad girl!!!!

elaing8 said...

I used to read the end first. Then in one particular book the last sentence gave away the most important thing that happened in the book..and I was crushed..So I haven't done it since.

RachieG said...

Embarrassing to admit but.....I have a terrible habit of reading the end of books sometimes....well most of the time. Usually the last two or three pages, but I love to do it! :D

rachie2004 @ yahoo (d0t) com

sherry said...

Sometimes I do when the book starts off slow or not how I thought that it would. I did that once reading a Sandra Brown book then went back and read the book from the begining of the book and it ended totally different than I thought it was going to. Twin sisters had changed places for the night and the one that I thought got killed didn't. That pretty much broke me from reading the end of a book for a long time.

sstrode@scrtc.com

Estella said...

I never peek. I ruins the whole story for me.

Kathleen O said...

Never peak... I don't want to know the end of the story.. I want some surprises...

Stuff Rhys Likes said...

Never ever! But that's part of why I only read romances -- the HEA is guaranteed. :)

~Lindy

Karen H in NC said...

No, never. Don't want to spoil it for myself. It's like my mean older brother telling me what I was getting for Christmas! Boo! Hiss!

tetewa said...

I've never done this and never will! tWarner419@aol.com

Linda Henderson said...

I have done it before but I don't usually. I'd rather discover what's going to happen as I read the story.

seriousreader at live dot com

Sue A. said...

I'm guilty, I've done it. But I wouldn't for a mystery or suspense novel.