Monday, November 22, 2010

Book Giveaway:

JEWELED by Anya Bast
Out now!

Blurb:

Defined by magic. Ruled by desire.

In the Court of Edaeii, magic-imbued Evangeline is rewarded for her gift in manipulating emotion with a sapphire stone set into the perfect curve of her lower back. Her greatest rival in the royal court is the enigmatic Anatol, instilled with the power of illusion. He may better her in magic, but he is her absolute equal in passion.

They share something else—they’re both targets of low-born revolutionaries bent on overthrowing the palace of the privileged few. Rescued from the mobs by Gregorio, the brilliant revolutionary mastermind, they’re given sanctuary. But in this warm refuge, Evangeline soon finds herself torn between the magic of one man she has always desired, and the excitingly new and radical moves of another. For her, there is only one choice.

Evangeline, Anatol and Gregorio come together as one to explore the possibilities of love beyond reason, and to indulge in pleasure without limits.


Since it's nearly Thanksgiving here in the United States, how about telling us what your plans are for that day. If you're in Canada, what did you do for your Thanksgiving?

Post your responses and I will draw a winner later in the week.
US and Canada mailing addresses only.

Good luck!

26 comments:

Laurie said...

We're heading to my FIL's house (2 hours away). I'll be cooking the turkey and making meat stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy and sweet potatoes. My 2 SIL's and their families and my daughter and SIL will bring the rest of the meal.

I'm looking forward to the get together as we really only see each other a few times a year. My FIL is 80 and he does have several health issues. This is the first time we've been together for Thanksgiving in 16 years!!

elaing8 said...

Awesome giveaway.I really want to read this book.
Thanksgiving isn't as big a deal here in Canada as it is in the US. All we did was have family over,and had a huge turkey dinner.It was special because it was my nieces son's first Thanksgiving.

debbie said...

This will be our first thanksgiving with just me and my son. The rest of the family are getting together. I guess it will be just a quiet one for us.
twoofakind12@yahoo.com

Scorpio M. said...

Food, family & football. Typical American Thanksgiving for me. =)

Karen H in NC said...

My family is in MI so my Thanksgiving will be quiet. I will be having the traditional turkey dinner but on a smaller scale. Starting my Christmas cookie baking over the weekend. Shopping is done so I won't be hitting the stores on Black Friday!

Maureen said...

We are going to my parents house where I will see my siblings and their families.

Estella said...

Having Thanksgiving dinner at my youngest daughters house.

cories5 said...

I'll be going to a relative's for Thanksgiving. Although I hate the driving, I'd hate to host it even more.

cories119[at]yahoo.com

said...

I'm attending TWO thanksgiving dinners :)

Em (fantasizesgam @ gmail . com)

Izzy B. said...

I'll be spending time with the fam

bradunwanted @ yahoo . com

Cherie J said...

We are heading to my mom's home. We have a good 9 hour drive ahead of us with two kids under the age of 8 along for the drive. Wish us luck.

❤Stephanie! said...

My mom is away this Thanksgiving, so my dad, sister, and I, are traveling to a good family friend's house to eat with other friends and family there!

Stephanie
thestephanieloves at gmail dot com

Jessica said...

watching football and eating with friends and family for dinner.

jaididia at gmail dot com

Sherry said...

My family gets together at my older sisters and we have a big meal and then we sit around and talk for awhile. I get there early to help her with preparation I don't cook much but I help her with getting all of the veggies pealed and cut up and I try to keep the dishes cleaned as we go. I can't forget that I also her taste tester to make sure everything is seasoned okay.

sstrode@scrtc.com

Linda Henderson said...

My family is all gathering at my sister's house to eat a big feast. Since I only eat pumpkin pie twice a year I'm looking forward to it.

seriousreader at live dot com

flchen1 said...

We'll be eating out with my sister's husband's extended family--it'll be fun to see everyone, and great not to worry about cleaning up! ;)

jeanette8042 said...

I will be celebrating with my whole family with a huge feast!

lilazncutie1215[at]yahoo[dot]com

Stephanie G said...

My friend and I are making our first ever Thanksgiving dinner. Yup no mooching off of other family members this year (not that there is anything wrong with that). Lets just hope no one gets sick :-)


Stephanie G
sgradel(at)gmail(dot)com

Paranormal Haven

tetewa said...

Have dinner at my moms with the whole family!

CrystalGB said...

I am cooking dinner for our whole family at my Mom's house.

Cathy M said...

We are actually cooking this year, which hasn't happened in over 10 years. Turkey and all the trimmings thanks to my hubby our head chef.

Seo said...

Cooking with my family.

sxg21 at scasd dot org

Stephanie said...

I am splitting my holiday between my parents' families. I came home from college so this is going to be my relatxing time.

smccar1 at hotmail dot com

Steph-Anne said...

I am spending time with family we are having a Thanksgiving dinner.

footfootballpsu at yahoo dot com

Caffey said...

I love Ms. Bast's books! This time it will be without my daughter since she's going to fiance. We are tho cooking, but not til the weekend we think. Unless we can do it ourselves without her, LOL. But too we love to watch movies, mostly me with the old ones!

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