eBook Contest 4/2/14

Here are the eBooks for this week’s Winning Wednesday contest:

seducingTitle: Seducing Mr. Right by Rebecca Rose
Publisher: Forever Yours
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 240 pages/Word Count: 60,000


Only love can heal his wounds . . .

Gunnery Sergeant Jake Sanders made it through the war in Afghanistan, but he’s struggling to survive the peace at home. Still scarred by his experiences overseas, Jake now spends most of his time working out and tending to his brother’s bar and grill. He’s not looking for a girlfriend and avoids intimate relationships . . . until he meets the bar’s gorgeous new manager.

Ex-ballerina Sophie Agnés couldn’t take her eyes off Jake the moment she saw him-he was, after all, sleeping half-naked in her new office when she arrived on her first day of work. The chemistry between them is immediate, and soon it’s not clear who is seducing whom. But Sophie fears that something is keeping Jake from opening his heart to her. And a man with dark secrets may not be the right man for her after all.

Approx. 60,000 words.

planTitle: The Back-Up Plan by Mari Carr
Second Chances Series Book Four
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Red Hots!!
Length: Category


Just how legally binding is a promise made on a cocktail napkin?

Second Chances, Book 4

Kristen Grey has always been married to her work, but as her fortieth birthday looms, she begins to wonder if that’s all there is to life. When her friend Zoey suggests she come up with a goal for a second chance at happiness, the first idea to pop into Kristen’s mind falls out of her mouth—to find a husband.

One night, after a few too many shots of vodka, it falls out of her mouth again, in front of the last man she wants to hear it. Her annoying, cocky law partner, Jason Mitchell. She’s shocked when he vows to help in her quest to find a man.

After all, he has a vested interest in her success. Years ago, they foolishly made a pact that if they hadn’t found “the one” by age forty, they’d marry each other. Time is running out.

Problem is, as Jason and Kristen try to help each other find love, it becomes more and more apparent that maybe the back-up plan isn’t such a bad option after all.

Product Warnings: The heroine in this story has no objection to how her law partner likes to recess. Legal eagle? Nope. Spread eagle.

courageousTitle: A Courageous Ride by Andrew Grey
The Bullriders Book Three
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic, M/M, Romance
Length: 204 pages


The Bullriders: Book Three

Aspiring orchestra conductor Marshall is exhausted after months of auditions without a single job offer. Marshall’s friend, Terry, recommends a change of scenery and points Marshall in the direction of a dude ranch run by former bull rider Indigo Santana. Marshall is understandably skeptical, but his friend is convincing, and Marshall needs a break, so he agrees to go.

Indigo captures Marshall’s attention but leaves him confused. Indigo’s confidence is shot after an injury ended his rodeo career, and he walks with a slight limp. He hasn’t been anywhere near a bull since he was hurt, and he’s not the most accommodating host. After all, the only reason he keeps guests is because his family ranch is all but bankrupt.

Marshall’s attraction doesn’t go unanswered, which leaves him with a huge dilemma. He’s torn between the possibility of love, something he’s searched for all his life, and the career he’s worked toward for as long as he can remember, which is miles away. From his side of the fence, Indigo doesn’t see how the ranch could ever be enough.

Wednesday is contest day on Book Reviews and More by Kathy. Three lucky winners will win the eBook of their choice! Here’s how to enter:

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*I am the only person who will have access to info that is submitted to me UNLESS a publisher or author has donated an eBook for the giveaway. For a prize donated by an author or publisher, I will forward your e-mail and format selection to the person responsible for distributing the eBook. In the event the contest form is not working, please leave your book selection in the comments below.*

It’s that easy! The winners will be selected using random.org. I will e-mail the winners the eBook of their choice in their preferred format. The winners will be posted HERE on Saturday.

***The eBooks in this giveaway have been purchased by Book Reviews & More by Kathy.***


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16 Responses to eBook Contest 4/2/14

  1. Michelle

    Never read any of Andrew Grey’s books before. Sounds awesome.

  2. Landry Breaux

    I truly look forward to Wed because I love seeing what new books (and sometimes authors) you are going to call to my attention that day! Winning is great but not really that important, I just enjoy seeing what you bring each week. Thanks for always amazing me with your choices!!

    • Book Reviews & More by Kathy

      Thank you, Landry. I love introducing new books and authors that might otherwise be overlooked. I am always so happy when someone tells me they found someone new to read because of my contests. And of course, fan favorites are always fun to watch everyone vie for 😉

  3. Christine LaCombe

    Lordy, decisions, decisions!! I had to think about this one for a long time to decide which one to try to win, they all sound great. But I finally went with Mari Carr’s The Back-Up Plan. Thanks for the giveaway and so many good choices, lol 🙂

    • Book Reviews & More by Kathy

      Can’t go wrong with Mari Carr. Heehee, I keep hearing how difficult I make it for everyone to decide which book to go for!

  4. Such good choices again. You really make it hard to pick just one!

    • Book Reviews & More by Kathy

      I don’t try to make it difficult to choose but I’m thinking that’s maybe a good thing? Good luck in this week’s contest!

  5. Sherry

    This books all look so good. It was a very hard decision this week to pick one. Lol!

  6. H.B.

    All good choices this week too. I’m going to go with the genre I’m most obsessed with right now, just to make it easier.

  7. Shelly W

    Great books to get over Hump Day with 🙂