Our winners are Peggy and Linda. Congratulations
Happy Friday! I know what you are thinking…where were you last week? How do we know it’s Friday if there is no Friday Giveaway? You are correct, how would you know? Sorry! So to make up for slacking off last week, this week I have two (2) copies of our giveaway book, More Than Anything, by Natasha Anders. 🙂
I did have pair of books which I intended to use for the giveaway, but when I tried to download a picture of the cover, I saw that it only had a two star rating with many reviews. A quick glance at Goodreads showed that people hated the story, the drama, and the characters. Yikes! So I think that one will go straight into my library donation pile.
My question to you is what do you do with a book you don’t like? Obviously, if it is an ebook, you can simply delete it or “return” it to the store. But if you have a physical copy of the book, what do you do with it? I am usually very gentle with my books and before Friday Giveaways, I would donate the losers to the library rather than hoarding them on my shelf. There is only one instance that a book was so horrible that I actually tossed it in the garbage rather than sharing it with anyone. If you enjoy a book, I am sure you have your book friends that you share it with, or simply keep it to yourself, but…
What do you do with a book that you hate? Leave a comment to be entered in this week’s giveaway.
Giveaway ends Thursday, October 17th. Open to U.S. residents, 18 years and older.
Two lovers strive to trade a grim past for a bright future in this story of bittersweet yearning.
Tina Jenson belongs to the same social stratum as Harris Chapman, but he’s out of her league—at least that’s what she thinks before they jump in bed together. It’s the perfect night, but when she overhears crude, hurtful comments the next morning, she can’t get away fast enough.
Ten years later, Tina’s life is a mess. That night with Harris didn’t just hurt her feelings; it started a cascade of disappointment and heartbreak. Every time she bumps into Harris, her heart twists inside out. She still wants him, but she’s harboring a painful secret from their night together that she’s not ready to reveal.
Crossed signals, high-society whispers, and shame have kept Tina and Harris apart for years, but deep down, they’re hungry for each other and eager to write their own rules. Can they let go of the past and find their way back to each other, or are the barriers between them too high and too strong?