Saturday, October 09, 2010

Book Giveaway:

TIS THE SEASON with authors Carole Mortimer, Alison Roberts and Natalie Anderson

 Burb:

"Snowbound with the Billionaire" by Carole Mortimer
The last person Caro Montgomery expects at Christmas is her estranged sexy, super-wealthy husband. But this is no accidental meeting.... Jake is back for good—to win back his wife and baby! Caro is determined to refuse...but a heavy snowstorm on Christmas Eve may change her plans!

"Twins for Christmas" by Alison Roberts

Dr. Rory McCulloch returned to St. Bethal's Hospital to discover a truly special gift—twins! Pregnant, Kate has come to terms with being a single mom, until the man she loves walks through her E.R. doors. Now she and Rory are snowbound together, on one of their toughest cases yet.

"The Millionaire's Mistletoe Mistress" by Natalie Anderson

Imogen's new boss, Ryan Taylor, is demanding, infuriating and gorgeous. But she's been burnt by a colleague before, and she's not about to commit the same mistake...no matter how tempted. However, making Imogen his mistress by Christmas is at the top of Ryan's list!



To enter, just tell us.....

Have you started planning for Christmas yet?

Post away and I will announce a winner on Wed night.
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17 comments:

Laurie said...

My daughter just told me when she gets her vacation break from teaching, December 22nd!! Looking forward to Christmas, my favorite holiday!. That's as far as I've gotten.

The book sounds wonderful. I've been a Carole Mortimer fan for a long, long time! I love Christmas themed books!!

Sherry said...

I haven't started planning anything for Christmas yet. I usually don't start shopping until the day after Thanksgiving. So far I've not been in a shopping mood at least not for anybody but me.

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debbie said...

I have been asking my son what he wants. We are going to do just a simple celebration this year.
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Linda Henderson said...

I love holiday books, so I'd love to read this one. I have been shopping for the last several months. I am on a fixed income and I have a lot of grandkids to buy for, that's why the early shopping.

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Inspired Kathy said...

I have not started yet. Usually I have by now but not this year.
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chey said...

I haven't started yet. Usually wait until after Halloween.
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runner10 said...

Sounds like a great book to put us in the holiday spirit. I can't think about Christmas until after Thanksgiving.

Jennie said...

I haven't started planning yet. I usually decorate after Thanksgiving.

Estella said...

No plans yet!

cheryl c said...

Yay, a new holiday anthology! I look forward every year to reading Christmas stories.

The only planning that I have done is a little bit of shopping. Whenever I spot something that I think a particular person would like, I go ahead and buy it. I have a few things in my special hiding places. :-)

LSUReader said...

Sure, I've started my Christmas shopping.

elaing8 said...

Now that Thanksgiving is over for us,I will start on Christmas soon.

Maureen said...

I don't want to think about it so I think I will wait until November.

cories5 said...

Christmas? I've barely planned for Halloween!

Karen H in NC said...

I've started my gift buying,,,planning that is...now if I can get my daughter to send me wishlists for both her and her husband..I'll be all set! She better hustle on that too because she has a birthday coming in November!

Cherie J said...

I have already started. Have a few presents purchased already. also have been gathering a pile of Christmas books to start reading in November.

flchen1 said...

Nope! But I have been reading Christmas stories :)