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Monday, March 16, 2015

Lucky Leprechaun #Giveaway Hop


Thanks to Kathy and author Cindy Thomas for hosting!

How do you like St. Patrick's Day? I attended the University of Notre Dame for grad school so I have a special place in my heart for the Irish. I'm excited to make these brownies for a St. Patrick's Day potluck at work.

Book one of my complete romantic suspense trilogy The Conduct Series is on sale for $.99 for a limited time. Get With Good Behavior HERE.

I'm stoked to announce there will be a sequel to my college volleyball romance Blocked. Stay Tuned for Aced (Blocked #2) in late 2015.

Feeling lucky? You can with both With Good Behavior and Blocked, as well as a $10 gift card, by entering on the Rafflecopter.

a Rafflecopter giveaway And be sure to hop over to these blogs, little leprechauns!

49 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

If you're a Notre Dame alumni, then you are Irish proud!
I'll take two cookies, thanks.

Sara said...

I like both series and standalone books, thank you.

Kaitlyn Abshire said...

I go through phases where I like series and then I'll like standalones! Right now, I'm on a standalones kick!

smiles said...

I prefer series. I'm one of those people that gets super attached to characters, and I keep wanting to know more and more about their worlds. If I'm picking a random book to read, it'll probably 80% of the time be in a series.

Alison Hearts said...

I enjoy both, but I think I prefer stand alone novels the most.

abfantom said...

I read both, but I prefer stand alone novels.

abfantom at yahoo dot com

Diana Sweeney said...

I did to enjoy Stand Alone better, Series are alright, but prefer to wait till all the books are out and nothing longer than 10 books.

168d7130-34d4-11e2-91ad-000bcdcb5194 said...

I read both, but I like standalones or series with standalone volumes about each character.

Trix, vitajex(at)aol(Dot)com

Patricia said...

I like series, but each book in the series should be strong enough to stand alone

shirley said...

I like standalone novels, or wait till all out in series.

Thais Pampado said...

I prefer standalones because I'm very bad at keeping up with series!

Donna N. said...

I am a series addict :)

Heather62 said...

As long as the books are strong enough to stand on their own I don't mind series. Sometimes though the books are only complete if you read them all. I don't really like that.

Jan Lee said...

It just depends. Sometimes I just want to read one book, sometimes I wish the story continued :)

Anne said...

Series, especially when they have the same main characters instead of a new couple, though most series have a new main couple.

Judy said...

I prefer Standalone books mainly because I don't like having to wait for the next book in a series. I am very impatient and I know it takes a while for books to be released all the time.

Heidi Robbins said...

I prefer stand-alone books. I like series if each can be read as a stand-alone, not giving away the plot to the other books in the series.

Jade said...

I have no preference. There are merits to stand alones and series and I love them equally.

Thanks for the great giveaway!

Berkeley Hapa said...

I like them both, however, in a series I do like the novel to be complete on its own with no cliffhangers.

Nikki Godwin said...

I like both but prefer stand alones. :)

Crystal Young said...

I like both but if I have to choice I like stand alones.

Erika said...

I like both standalone novels and series. It just depends on the story! Thanks!

Shelley said...

I prefer standalone novels.

Emily said...

I absolutely love series...but I think I prefer stand a lone novels. I just hate having to wait (sometimes) YEARS for the next book in an installment to come out, and then I always forget what happened in the first book.
Thanks for the giveaway! :)

Rita said...

I like both. A series is great if I get to see my favorite characters in future books.

Glenn Woods said...

(Alisha Sienkiel in rafflecopter)

I like both both I tend to read more series.

Diane Elizabeth said...

I really like both, and tend to go back and forth between the two.

Synaptrix777 said...

I definitely love series' when they are good books, I have some that I wish went on forever and ever.
ALONA Y.

Kelsey Hof said...

I love stand alone because I cannot stand waiting for another book in a series to come out.

KayCee K said...

I love series being able to be hooked on characters, is something I love!

Ashfa said...

Stand alones!

tamjea1 said...

Thank you for the giveaway. Love stand alones but yet can be read in series

Cori Westphal said...

I like both! But if it's a series, I like to be able to pick up any book in the series and still enjoy it. No crazy stories that make no sense unless you read them all...

e553b400-9f28-11e4-9d46-4785a182d5e7 said...

I prefer standalone novels. That way it doesn't seem like a long, unfinished project to read all the books in a series.

Kristen @ Pretty Little Pages said...

Standalone for romance, series for paranormal, fantasy, and dystopians!

Kim Pinch said...

I like a series but only if each book in the series could also be a stand alone.

Leela said...

I like both.

Kimberley Meier said...

I like both!

Dovile said...

I like both, but I prefer short series.

DeAnna Keller said...

I like both!

Linda Kish said...

I prefer stand alone books. I don't ever read a series of books.

Clever Girl said...

I like both! Thanks for the giveaway!
Ann S

gemiinii said...

I prefer stand-alones

AEKZ2 said...

I prefer series.

jmcgaugh said...

I enjoy both, but I probably like series best.

Emily Endrizzi said...

I prefer a stand-alone novel over a series of novels.

slehan said...

Depends on my mood and the length of time I have to read.
Thanks for the contest.

slehan at juno dot com

Juana said...

I prefer stand alone movies.

Kind Regards, Tish Wilson said...

I love books that are in a series, especially when you love a character!

 


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