Friday, February 15, 2013

CLOSED Giveaway: The Yielding

Today we have another wonderful giveaway for all of you out there from a very exciting author.  Tamara Leigh is generously offering 2 lucky winners a Kindle copy of her newest medieval romance book, The Yielding.  Although this is the second in the series, you certainly can come in at this point and not be lost.  :)  If you haven't read anything by this author, I suggest you do!  The third book in the series is due to be released later this spring.



For my summary and review of The Yielding, please click here.

So, how do you enter to win?  It's easy!  Just use the Rafflecopter form below.

Official Rules: All entrants must be 18 years old or older.  This giveaway is open to anyone who can receive a Kindle book.  This giveaway will end at 11:59 pm EST on Feb 25, 2013.  All entries must be submitted before then.  The winners will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to respond.  If there is no response, a new winner will be chosen.

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14 comments:

  1. I read the first book in this series so I'd love to win this!
    laurafabiani at videotron dot ca

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  2. I'm a lot different from my middle sister but more similar to my youngest.

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  3. Interesting question. I do have many things in common with my siblings, who I love very much. But we are also all quite different in terms of appearance, interests, and personalities.

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  4. Interesting question. I do have a lot in common with my siblings, but we are also quite different in terms of appearance, interests, and personalities.

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  5. I'm very different from my siblings.

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  6. We are all a jumble of similarities and differences. We have a lot in common, but we function very differently and think differently too. Because I left home to marry when I was young, I have very different memories of my younger siblings' teenage years than I would have if I had still lived at home.

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  7. We are very much alike in a lot of ways. Some of our differences have popped up now that we are all adults and live far apart. It's been interesting to see how location can affect viewpoints on different topics.

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  8. We are all very alike. People have even comment on it. We think alike.

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  9. My brother and I are very different. He's the left-brained scientist and I'm the right-brained artist.
    I met Tamara Leigh when she sold her first book. She's an amazing writer.

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  10. I am very different from my siblings... We all have different interests and jobs but are very close! Would love to win the book!
    Lisa
    deiselbuffs@yahoo.ca

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  11. I am very different from the rest of my family.We don't think that same way about things in life. Would love to win your book.
    Blessings
    joeym11@frontier.com

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  12. I am very different than my brother, but I love that we can learn and grow from each other. I can't wait to read more from Tamara Leigh.

    Betsy

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  13. I am very different from my sister!

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  14. I am quite different from my brother. We live very different lives, but we do have quite similar senses of humor.

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