August 19, 2018 02:37 PM Posted by juliannadouglas
This month I have an awesome tote bag from authors Janice Lynn and Lindsey Brookes to give away. It’s a roomy, blue and black bag with white lettering, an extra front pocket, and slots for pens. On the front it says says, “I (Heart) Romance” and on the back it has the author’s names. I’ve filled it with a selection of swag, including a few premium swag items.
In addition to the tote bag, here are some of the things the lucky winner will receive in this swag prize package:
Amazon/ACX/Createspace infuser water bottle
Personal mini-fan, can cozy, luggage tag, key chain, bottle opener.
Pens, notepad, health & beauty items, candies, a bracelet, and more goodies.
Collectible bookmarks, postcards, booklets, and more.
PLUS A signed print copy of your choice of any one of my books, His Heart’s Desire, Heart of the Season or Butterfly Serenade with matching swag.
That's a lot of stuff and it's all going to one lucky winner. Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter for your chance to win. Good luck!
August 17, 2018 04:58 PM Posted by juliannadouglas
For my Book of the Month choice this month, I have the final book of a contemporary romance series that is one of this author’s earlier works. Both the hero and heroine of this book were introduced in previous books of the series and have close ties to the other characters, but their book stands well on its own. In it, our heroine has decided to take control of her life along with her shares of the family-owned grocery store chain, but she’s going to have to face down her jerk of an older half-brother to make her case. She’ll be doing it over a long holiday weekend at the family estate, which she’s dreading. That’s why she asked a friend to come with her. When he can’t, he suggests another guy she’s had a crush on since meeting him to go in his place. Our hero isn’t too keen on accompanying her either at first, but he’s attracted to her, too, and eventually can’t resist the pull of being near her. So he ends up being her moral support, defender, and lover for the weekend. He would have liked to be a whole lot more if only her brother hadn’t interfered, casting a pall over their burgeoning relationship.