Contest: What Are You Reading and Loving?

Everyone says the best way to find your next best read is through word-of-mouth recommendations, so we want to hear yours!

Tell us about the romance book you’re reading now or just recently finished that blew you away. The one that kept you up late, and you just couldn’t put down.

If you do, you might get free coffee on us! Leave a comment about your fave book, and we’ll pick one lucky commenter at random to receive a $5 e-gift card from Starbucks.

We’ll choose the winner tomorrow at 5 p.m. PDT and post it on Thursday. If you leave an email address, we’ll contact you by email. If you don’t, please be sure to check back on Thursday to see if you’ve won.

Good luck & happy reading!


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7 Comments on Contest: What Are You Reading and Loving?

  1. Thanks, Sarah!
    WP’s wonderful stats show lots of people are stopping by, looking for recs, but they must be too shy to toss in their own. Don’t be! We’re all romance lovers here 🙂
    Here’s mine: A Deep and Dark December, by Beth Yarnall.

  2. I have two books to offer: A contemporary romantic suspense, SHOT THROUGH THE HEART, a recent release by a local author, Diane Benefiel, and a Napoleonic era historical, THE SPYMASTER’S LADY, an older release by Joanna Bourne, but awesome every time I read it!

  3. Oooh, cowboys! Love ’em.

    I just finished reading Wild Secret, Wild Longing by Charlene Whitman and gave it a 5 star rating. However, about a few months ago I read a romantic suspense that I can’t get out of my mind called Two Truths and a Lie (PRG Investigations, #1) by Ashley Stoyanoff that I also gave 5 stars to. It didn’t have cowboys but was still great.

  4. I have just finished A Duke Of her own by Eloisa James . I love this installment in her desperate Duchess series, it is not the first time I have read this one nor will it be the last but there is just something about these two that keeps drawing me back.

  5. Pick one? Impossible. But I have to say theres one I will read over and over. The Kushiel series by Jacqueline Carey.

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