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12 Days of Giving #7

Moving into high gear today. This challenge might make you squirm:

Give away a book (or two)

I readily admit to cheating on this one. Since I’m reading more and more ebooks, I’ve been cutting back my print collection. As I replace beloved books in digital format, I’ve been passing on the print version to try and hook others…I mean, to share my love of reading. :D

If you have a book on your shelf that you simply love–why not pass it on to another to enjoy?

Now, I have two new books to give today to a commenter- Compromising Positions is a signed copy. You don’t HAVE to give away a book to enter, just leave a comment. But I hope you take up the challenge!

Unclaimed

Her only hope for survival…

Handsome, wealthy and respected, Sir Mark Turner is the most sought-after bachelor in all of London—and he’s known far and wide for his irreproachable character. But behind his virtuous reputation lies a passionate nature he keeps carefully in check…until he meets the beautiful Jessica Farleigh, the woman he’s waited for all his life.

Is to ruin the man she loves…

But Jessica is a courtesan, not the genteel lady Sir Mark believes. Desperate to be free of a life she despises, she seizes her chance when Mark’s enemies make her an offer she can’t refuse: seduce Mark and tarnish his good name, and a princely sum will be hers. Yet as she comes to know the man she’s sworn to destroy, Jessica will be forced to choose between the future she needs…and the love she knows is impossible.

~~** Unclaimed **~~

Compromising Positions

Falling in love is the last thing on his busy agenda…but compromising positions can lead just about anywhere.

David Strong knows how to do a lot of things—run an international fitness company, finesse stock portfolios and stay out of emotional entanglements. That is, until he gets tangled up with Sophie Delfino and her Sensational Sex workout. He’s supposed to help her demonstrate Kama Sutra positions for her couples’ yoga class. The rigorous postures require more than just physical control. And his co-instructor unexpectedly tests his control to the limit.

Sophie’s been fantasizing about David since her teens, but she never dreamed she’d actually be expected to run through her intimate desires—with an audience! The class is very professional, tame even—or it would be, if she’d been in any of the positions before. But she hasn’t—except in her wildest fantasies about David. Sophie knows she wants David in every way, and she’s flexible enough to use whatever she has to get him.

David can’t afford any unexpected distractions. Besides the sensual positions he has to endure without embarrassing himself in public, there’s an embezzler stealing from his company. And then there’s Sophie—who is well on her way to stealing his well-guarded heart.

Warning: This is one exercise program you won’t need to consult your doctor before beginning…unless he’s hot and available for house calls. The Kama Sutra isn’t for the prudish or faint of heart, and neither is this story.

~~** Compromising Positions **~~

 

To be entered to win one of these books, leave a comment: Which book would you give away (if you’re brave enough) from off your shelf?

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Nancy Gilliland

My daughter in law likes the same authors as I do mostly, and she is getting some of my print books that have been languishing on the shelf for her Christmas gift this year. I got the digital versions, so she can enjoy the print books.

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Nancy Gilliland

BTW the books I gave her off my shelf were the last two Laurell K Hamilton “Merry Gentry” books – Swallowing Darkness and Divine Misdemeanors.

Jess F.
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Well … the books I just gave away for Christmas (off of my shelf since I was poor) were: Nicholas Sparks’ “The Rescue” and Amanda Ashley’s “Bound By Blood”

Sullivan McPig
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Sullivan McPig

I give away all books that I know I won’t be rereading to a hospital library.
Those books that end up on my shelves will not be given away, but I do tend to give people books that I love as presents (new copies, not mine that is)

June M.
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June M.

I recently gave some books from fave authors to my sister to share wonderful authors with her. She tends to read mainstream paranormals, so I gave her some Lynsay Sands & Kerrelyn Sparks books.

Colleen
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Colleen

I give away books when I end up with a duplicate or ones that I know are not keepers… I have a few sitting on the side waiting for a new home.

Vivian
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Vivian

What is that with duplicate books? I ended up with 4 copies of a Lora Leigh once! Lol. It was good for my friends who got the extra copies.

Chelsea B.
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Chelsea B.

Errr…. Well…. I can LOAN, but I can’t GIVE! I’m keeping every book I get, because I’m getting ready to add a library to my house :-) But I have no problem gifting new books for someone! :-)

Vivian
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Vivian

You don’t move often enough ;) In each move I’ve downsized my library (paper books) and my kitchen appliances etc.

Maria Esquivel
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Maria Esquivel

I have a couple of books that were given to given to me. Now its time to find them a new home.

Jane
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Jane

I would probably give one of Julie Garwood’s historicals, especially if it’s for someone who’s never read romance before.

KittyKelly
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That is so hard!!!! I think if I were to part with one of my books it would be either my Harry Potter collection (I would have to replace it though lol) or my Feehan collection (replaced as well!!). I love both sets so much and i would love to spread the love. I would NEVER give away any of my signed books though. I’m a siggy whore and I can’t part with them. lol

KittyKelly

Vivian
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Vivian

I can hardly wait for HP in digital!

Jen B.
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Jen B.

OMG! I just sent a box of 15 books to my niece. Of the 15, 10 are books that I love or authors that I love but had duplicates of the books. I love sharing books! One of my favs in the box was by Lorelei James (how embarassing that the name escapes me right now).
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Vivian
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Vivian

I decided in 2012 I get to start collecting Lorelei in print!

JenM
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JenM

Ilona Andrews’ Kate Daniels series is one of my favorites and I have all of them except for Magic Slays in ebook, so I would give away my print copy and get that one in ebook format. In general, I keep very few print books these days – I give them all to the library and replace them with ebooks – there’s just no room for books at my house.

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