Friday, July 1, 2016

Just Couldn't Put It Down July Giveaway Hop

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a book of your choice worth $14 or $20 to spend on books from Suze's Goodreads 5 star list (that consists of more than 700 books). Good luck!
 

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

76 comments:

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Yes, Mr Darcy by J. Dawn King, its a lovely little Pride and Prejudice variation novella.

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  4. Dirty by Kylie Scott because its a fun and a sexy read.

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  5. Paper Princess by Erin Watt it's an verry entertaining read .

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  6. Life and Death because it was an interesting twist.

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  7. These Broken Stars, because it was sooo good. I stayed up until 5AM just to finish it! 😊

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  8. #NERD by Cambria Hebert was the first one I've read this week without interuption.

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    1. It was my first girl nerd story, and I love it.

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  9. Arrowood by Laura McHugh. It's a fantastic book!

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  10. Moonshot by Alessandra Torre, because it was amazing and had the right amount of suspense & romance. PLUS it is a second chance romance with forbidden elements ;)

    Betul E.

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  11. I've never read a book in one sitting, haha :)

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  12. I read Talon by Julie Kagawa and I loved it because it's about dragons, so if you love dragons then this is your book. Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  13. I only have the opportunity for continuous reading on the weekends, but a recent book that I did not want to put down was A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas. Why? The story, the characters, the world, the female empowerment, the feels. It was just amazing!

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  14. Death by Darjeeling by Laura Childs. I just loved this cozy. The characters are written so well!

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  15. Spanish:
    Pude leer en un día, Todo puede suceder, de Will Walton.
    Me llegó como regalo de un concurso y cuando llegué a mi casa no pude parar de leerlo hasta que lo terminé. Trent nos cuenta su vida, y cómo él se enfrenta a la realidad de que es gay y que quiere salir del clóset/armario. Una historia hermosa, sencilla, recomendada para iniciar en los libros con temática lgtb.

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    Anything Could Happen, by Will Walton.
    I got as a gift from a contest and when I got home I could not stop reading until I finished. Trent tells us about his life and how he faces the reality that is gay and wants to leave the closet / closet. A beautiful and simple history, recommended to start on the books with LGBT themes.

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  16. The Mediator series by Meg Cabot! I read almost all of them in one sitting because those books are funny and addictive :D

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  17. I love Taraa sivec books they are super funny and always enjoy it to read .....

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  18. I really loved Susan Ee's AngelFall, it was a while since I've read an angel book so I devoured that book and really enjoyed the series 😊😊 thank you so much for this opportunity 😊😊

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  19. The last book I read in one sitting was The Square Root Of Summer but I see you've already read it so I'll recommend Ranga Half Pants. It's a coming of age story of an Iyengar boy set in the 1980s.

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  20. I read fangirl in one sitting. It is just THAT good!

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  21. Maze Runner. It's better than the movies in my opinion and sort of a refreshing dystopian novel :)

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  22. Hmm I've never read a book in one sitting to be honest. I am quite a slow reader so I take my time.

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  23. I loved the book Doubt by Anne Rae vasquez and couldnt put it down.You should read it because it's awesome :)

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  24. The Hunger Games series was a series that I read until I finished. I love those books so much!

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  25. A Dogs Purpose... since im a dog lover, this book was amazing

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  26. Last book I read and couldn't stop was A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah Maas. I loved it because you didn't know what to expect and it doesn't hurt that Rhysand is very dreamy, haha

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  27. I have no idea what the last book I read in one sitting was.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  28. The last book I read very quickly was The Raven King!

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  29. My last 'read all in one go' book was something I picked up in a charity shop: 'Billy Bathgate' by E.L. Doctorow. It tells the story of a young lad who becomes involved in one of the most notorious criminal gangs of 1930s New York. I loved it!

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  30. My last 'read all in one go' book was something I picked up in a charity shop: 'Billy Bathgate' by E.L. Doctorow. It tells the story of a young lad who becomes involved in one of the most notorious criminal gangs of 1930s New York. I loved it!

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  31. Why not make it easier and just add two entries for the twitter usernames? It's difficult trying to follow people with the way you did it.

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  32. The Half Killed by Quenby Olsen this book was superb at showing and not telling! You can feel everything she describes in the book that I just couldn't leave it!!

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  33. I rarely am able to do that. But I have to say that the After series by Anna Todd, most of them I stayed up for hours past when I should have been asleep, even on nights I had to work the next morning, and finished each one of them in about 24 hours.

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  34. The last book I read very quickly was "Me before you"

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  35. I can't think how long it's been since I've read a book all the way through. It's probably been 30 years. In other words, I have no idea!

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  36. Boomerang (Boomerang #1)by Noelle August. It is so well writen with such a good storyline!

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  37. Madame Serpent (Catherine de Medici, #1) by Jean Plaidy - you won't regret reading this cuz I know u love history :)

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  38. I haven't been able to do this in a year or so.I just don't have the time anymore. It is not because I don't want to, it is just a fact that I can't take that much time. This means I am reading every second that I am not doing something else that has to be done.

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  39. Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. Part love story, part coming of age story, part drama, this was a heart warming, emotional, and at times, amusing read that I thought was really sweet. It was extremely well written, and really captured the spirit of Maddie, a girl who has spent her life dealing with being locked in her own home, with no contact with the outside world.

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  40. Last book I finished in one sitting...? It was...a manga...Yotsuba&!, Vol. 1. Found it at the thrift store.
    ...It's adorable. A nice, short, cute read.

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  41. White Hot Hack by Tracey Garvis Graves and you should read it because it's the amazing sequel to Heart Shaped Hack I highly recommend both!

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  42. I've never read a book in one sitting but the closest I came was Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris(release date 8/9/16). I read that book in two days -- fast for me. It was one of the best suspense/thrillers I ever read.

    Thanks :)

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  43. Beyond the Rising Tide by Sarah Beard- it tied in the paranormal aspect in a creative way without letting it overwhelm the plot.

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  44. Actually it was a kids book Bad Kitty...my grandkids love it.
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  45. The Lovely Bones was the last book that I read in one sitting. People should read it because it's a haunting novel and beautifully written.

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  46. I just read a short story today called Death Becomes Him. It's gritty, with possessions and serial killers.

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  47. I'll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson. It's a great story and has a unique cast of characters, plus the writing was really beautiful.

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  48. The Witness by Nora Roberts because it was suspenseful and emotional. I could barely put it down to sleep.

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  49. Behind Closed Doors by B.A Paris because it was horrifying, but impossible to put down!

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  50. Violet Storm by Anna Soliveres. Great dystopian YA Sci-fi.

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  51. The Winner's Kiss!! The plot and the writing is just mind blowing!

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  52. The Last book I read in one sitting was Where Rainbows End by Cecilia Ahern.

    You need to read it because it's just the perfect book

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  53. Touched by an Alien by Gini Koch
    It's funny, full of action and hot romance, and it's a first in a long series.

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  54. Origin by Rebecca Hamilton
    Its beautifully written, not a single dull moment and it has awesome story plot :)

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  55. The last one was probably one of Cassandra Clare's books. One of the Mortal Instruments. The whole story just captivated me and I wanted to know ho wit would end!

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  56. The last book I read on one sitting was Blood On Snow by Jo Nesbo! If your are a crime noir fan you should definitely read this novel! Especially if you hare read and liked other novels by Jo Nesbo!

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  57. Never read a book in one sitting. Like to cherish my time with a book ;)

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  58. I recently read Very Good Lives in one sitting, it's a really nice speech and very motivational :)

    - Ana M

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  59. Oh I dont think I have ever been able to read one from front to back at once, but would have loved to! I really loved The Notebook...was so hard to put down!

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  60. The Hunger Games was so exciting, I couldn't put it down.

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  61. Traces of Guilt was the last book I read in one sitting. It was suspenseful and romantic, so it held my interest!
    Dianna

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  62. The Leaving was the last book I read in one sitting, but I was really disappointed by the ending. It had a great start. I was hooked and I couldn't get enough. But the ending, ugh!

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  63. I actually can't remember the last time I read a book in one sitting. I usually read longer books, and I don't have a lot of spare time due to my work schedule.

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  64. The Steele Wolf, the second book in the Iron Butterfly series by Chanda Hahn. I just loved it, I read it in only one day. It was so exciting, couldn't put it down. It has action, mistery and romance. And powers! Also I love Kael ♥

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  65. Off Campus Series by Elle Kennedy - because is fantastic series! :D :)

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  66. I just finished Taylor Jenkins Reid's Forever, Interrupted in less than two days. It was so addicting... probably because I felt the emotions of the main character and could really put myself in that character's position [which was upsetting]. Then I found out that it is in the works of becoming a movie!

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  67. The last book that I read in one sitting was the Hunger Games books. They were so good, I just couldn't put them down. I finished them in two days. :)

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  68. I never finish a book in one sitting. Most of the books I read are about 400 pages.

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  69. I liked when I read Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee last year. It was not easy to put it down when I read it.

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  70. The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss were books I couldn't put down. But, to be honest, reading those in one sitting... they are a bit long and breaks for human needs might be important! Still, the fantasy story, the words, the characters-- worth every second of your life.
    I did, however, read all of Friends and Lovers by C. Solet in one sitting and that was a good romance/erotica book.

    JLenniDornerAtoZ@what-are-they.com

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  71. Haven't read a book in one sitting since I had lots of free time. I just finished The 5th Wave and loved it.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  72. The last one I read in one sitting was To All the Boys I've Loved Before! It was a light and fun read with some moments of seriousness!

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  73. What's the last book you read in one sitting and why should we read it?

    I have never read a book in one sitting...I wish I was born with that kind of attention span.

    But lets pretend, In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust because it is not only a great novel at 3000 plus pages you are one serious trooper if you can do it one sitting.

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  74. Winter, a.k.a the final book in The Lunar Chronicles. It's so intense, so page-turning, I couldn't put it down! This book is for you, especially if you have read the other books in the series and LOVED it.

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