Thursday, June 23, 2016

Romantic Summer Read Giveaway

 
 
 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a romantic summer read worth $14. Good luck!
 

 
The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to reply. Please add withloveforbooks@gmail.com to your list of approved email addresses. All of our giveaways are international.

51 comments:

  1. My favourite romantic read is the Firebird trilogy.

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  2. Hot in Hellcat Canyon - It's funny, sexy, and heartwarming.

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  3. Mary Kubica Books. Very good books. And one coming out on August 1st: Everything We Keep by Kerry Lonsdale. We very good book with a shocking surprise at the end!!

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  4. Jane Eyre? You must have read it but a re-read? Lol.

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  5. As always any thing contemporary but especially Anna and the French Kiss

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  6. I recommend The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo Moyes. The story makes you fall in love and breaks your heart at the same time

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  7. Pride and Prejudice - just a classic xxx

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  8. Anything by Nora Roberts, she's a great romantic writer as well as adding an air of mystery

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  9. I would recommend Sarah MacLean's A Rogue By Any Other Name for readers who enjoy historical romance. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  10. Summer Skin by Kirsty Eagar! My fav book of 2016 thus far because it's a beautifully written realistic YA venturing into NA book not only about romance (though it does include a very sexy one!) but also about friendships and uni life and real issues people have to deal with.

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  11. I recommend the Outlander series.

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  13. Tell me three things by Julie Buxbaum because it's a wonderful mix of comedy and tragedy, love and loss and pain .

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  14. for laugh Any book of Tara Sivec....The Chocolate series is my choice and she is to launch The third book on the Holiday series..

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  15. I guess anything by Abbi Glines, her books are more contemporary then romance though 😊

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  16. Beauty and the Mustache by Penny Reid. There's so much emotion in that book, it'll hit you in every way (the best way!!)

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  17. I would recommend Wrong Number, Right Guy by Elle Casey or Dirty by Kylie Scott.

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  18. Naked at Lunch by Mark Haskell Smith: For many of us, being at a beach in the summer can feel weirdly like hanging out with a bunch of strangers in our underwear. (Right?) Haskell Smith’s rollicking Naked at Lunch does its absolute best to make us feel more comfortable in our skin.

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  19. wild man 's curse by susannah sandlin i love how the romance is slowly building between the characters

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  20. "me before you" cause it's really beautiful book

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  21. Anything by Terry Spear is a good choice.

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  22. Here's a non-traditonal one: The Captive Prince series by C. S. Pacat! I loved it! Slow-burn romance with suspense and drama and war!

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  23. Someone Like You by Victoria Bylin, I enjoyed it.

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  24. UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT because I love the characters' back story. It was more than your usual love story. There were aspects of family and friendship as well.

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  25. Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon because once you start reading you can't stop reading and they have great storylines and lovely characters .

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  26. Me before you - Jojo Moyes

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  27. the sisterhood by Emily Barr - good read because it shows what sister really are

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  28. You And Me, Always by Jill Mansell is a romantic and poignant read about love, loss and how nothing can stay hidden forever...

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  29. The Romance of Tristan & Iseault

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  30. Follow me, follow you by Laura e james. Brilliant story and didn't want to put it down! X

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  31. Paper Princess by Erin Watt. It's just that good.

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  32. recommend War and Peace - large, difficult, but immensely satisfying xx

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  33. The Italian Wife by Kate Furnivall. Love histotorical fiction. This one is set in Italy 1930s during Mussolini's reign.

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  34. Dawn at Emberwilde is a lovely Regency romance that reminds me of Pride and Prejudice.

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  35. Lies My Girlfriend Told Me. It's interesting and with a nice plot twist :)

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  36. Off Campus Series by Elle Kennedy - fantasic books! :)

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  37. One that I love is The Guest Cottage by Nancy Thayer! Its a fun romance about two who rent the same guest cottage....great read!

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  38. I enjoyed The fault in our stars - it's a really good book to take to the beach!

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  39. It would be great to win a romantic summer read.
    In response to your question of
    Which romantic summer read do you recommend and why?
    I would recommend The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo Moyes
    because it's a story set in World War 2 about love and loss.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  40. The One Plus One - Jojo Moyes :)

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  41. I am really addicted to the Outlander series :)

    - Ana M

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  42. Anything by Shelly Laurenston is good and can always make me laugh.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  43. I suggest Jill Shalvis' Animal Magentism or Julie James' FBI/US Attorney series because they're light, fast reads that are so enjoyable!

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  44. I have just finished The Plumberry School Comfort Cafe. It was a great summer read.

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  45. I have just finished The Plumberry School Comfort Cafe. It was a great summer read.

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  46. Magic: A Novel by Danielle Steel. I haven't got it in my hands yet, but she's an author you can trust to meet your expectations!

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