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Wolfie Friends Day 3-READY TO RUN

After you’ve met today’s friend, make sure you stop by the Wolfie World Tour continuing today at Pearl’s World of Romance

Joining us today is Kinsey Holley, whose Werewolves in Love stories are so much more than just werewolves.

Kinsey shares:

My favorite thing about writing a paranormal series is the worldbuilding. It’s like sewing clothes or building furniture (my Hub’s a woodworker). You have to cut the pieces out correctly and they have to fit together and if you decide to add something later, it has to fit what you’ve already constructed. You can’t go back and decide you wanted long sleeves instead of short. I also like that I can address issues that have bugged me in other paranormals. Like, how could werewolves have kept their existence secret for thousands of years if they were borderline psychos who tear people limb from limb just for looking at them funny. They couldn’t! Ergo, werewolves are people, too.

READY TO RUN: A Werewolves in Love story

Sometimes a girl’s gotta save herself.

Sara Hedges had planned to escape the backwater, bigoted town of Luxor, Texas on the wings of a college degree—not on the back of a Harley, riding for her life.

Just a couple months shy of loading up her Miata, however, betrayal bares its ugly fangs. Her scumbag uncle has sold her to a pack of werewolves willing to pay any price for her special bloodline and it looks like there’s no way out. She never expected the new-in-town, sex-on-a-stick loner to come riding to her rescue. Or to discover he’s a werewolf, too. A good one…with one too many secrets.

Bryan Keeton waited two months deep undercover for the chance to get his hands on one of the gangster Eurowolves wreaking havoc across the South. After calling in the FBI to blow the lid off Luxor, he’d planned to leave town before he did something he might regret—like get involved with the suspect’s niece.

But Sara makes him stupid. And now they’re on the run from the Feds, who aren’t interested in her innocence, and from the wolves who want her for their own personal squeaky toy…

Digital Versions
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Want a chance to win READY TO RUN in ebook format? Answer the question: what’s the fanciest car you’ve ever ridden in?

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Iris
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Ridden, as in behind the wheel? Or just in it? I’ve just got my licence, so the fanciest, with me behind the wheel is an Opel Corsa.
The fanciest car I’ve ridden (not behind the wheel) was a very old black English Taxi, one of the first ever made. The inside was furnished with shiny wood. Really elegant, although a little bumpy ^^

Tracey D
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Tracey D

Iris, that English Taxi sounds pretty cool. The fanciest car I’ve ridden is a Mercedes.

Becky Ward
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Becky Ward

The fanciest car I have ridden in is a converitable mustang. I have sat in a corvette- not much room in them.

June M.
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June M.

I too am one of those people who aren’t good with cars types, I usually can only say if it is a car, truck, van, or SUV :D But I know I have ridden in Mustangs and Camaros, and motorcycles (which I love!)

The book sounds great, btw. I would love to win a copy to read.

JoAnna B
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JoAnna B

The fanciest car I have ridden in was a limo. I’m sure a lot of people have ridden in limos for their wedding or maybe even prom. But my limo experience was actually when I took my mom and step-dad out to dinner at a restaurant I was working part time at. The restaurant had a limo that would pick up people with reservations if they requested it. so that is what i did.
Ready to Run sounds like a great book. Thanks for the chance.

Irene Jackson
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Irene Jackson

A super tuned Alfa Romeo,it was gorgeous and fast!
Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

Louise
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Louise

Ridden, a limo in Vegas for my mum’s Elvis-themed wedding. :D

Driven, my hubby’s BMW 328i. Sure is fancier than my Toyota minivan. :D

Kelley’s book sounds cool, will have to add her to “the list.”

Judi S
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Judi S

The fanciest car I’ve ever ridden in was a limo. I’ve also been in a corvette, mustang, camaro and trans am, but I don’t know if those qualify as fancy or just fast, lol. Kelly’s ebook sounds great!

Judi S
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Judi S

P.S.

Sorry, I meant to say Kinsey’s ebook. Oops!

Joder
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The fanciest car I ever rode in was as a kid and of course we had a major accident in it. It was a cherry red 1967 Mustang Convertible. I don’t know which made me cry more, the accident or the damage done to that beautiful car.

Kinsey
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Hey baby! Thanks for having me! Fanciest car I’ve ever been in is a limo, I suppose. I have a weird blank spot when it comes to cars. It’s like people who can’t recognize faces, only mine is automotive (I wonder if Oliver Sacks has ever written about this?) Cars have never interested me – I can’t recognize makes and models, and I can’t remember individual cars no matter how many times I see them. I can’t pick my mom’s, my sister’s, or any of my sisters in law’s cars if I see them in a parking lot. Strange, huh?

Sarah
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LOL I have exactly the same problem Kinsey, I never recognise cars. I remember telling my Dad that some idiot had been driving behind me flashing their lights & he told me that it had been him & he was trying to get my attention! I hadn’t even noticed :)

I think the fanciest car I’ve ever been in was my friends Mazda MX5. I’m one of the few people who has never been in a limo. Ready to Run looks like a fab read so thanks for the chance to win a copy :)

Colleen
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Colleen

No fancy cars for me… just family chevys, toyotas, dodges, & hyundai…

Na S.
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Na S.

Most of my life I’ve been a Nissan girl but fanciest car I’ve driven is an Acura. I would love to ride in an antique car though!

JeanP
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JeanP

No fancy cars for me, just plain old pickup trucks. Ready To Run sounds like a great book!

Cathy M
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Cathy M

During our courtship days, my hubby drove a Fiat that he had rebuilt himself. That was pretty cool, and a very sexy two-seater.

caity_mack at yahoo dot com

Diana
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Diana

The funniest thing is that I have never grab hold of the steering wheel .I don’t know to drive. Yes it’s truth.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Stacey A Smith
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Stacey A Smith

Not a Driver of Cars and my Family Always got what ever they could afford for a car now we don’t have good thing we live next to walmart.
sasluvbooks(at)yahoo.com

Estella
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Estella

A TR3–Triumph.

Kinsey
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The funny thing is, my hub’s a mechanic – owns a car repair shop. And my sister in law is a major car freak with a subscription to Car and Driver that she reads back to front. And we’ve got a friend who turns his cars over every 2 years or so. They get to yammering about design, or features or accessories and stuff and I just yawn. My BIL’s car note is more than some peoples’ mortgages. Hub drives a 1979 pickup – everything under the hood is new, he converted it from standard to automatic, but the outside,… Read more »

Vanessa
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Vanessa

The fansiest car I’ve been in would have to be a camaro

Mary Jo
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Mary Jo

The most plush car I’ve been in was my Uncles Cadillac. The most fun was when he sold that and bought a volvo from the factory in Sweden under the “fly Volvo” program where they fly two of you to Gotheborg Sweden where the factory is , and put you up for the night. The next day you drive off in your new car and have up to 6 months to play in it in Europe before you turn it in for them to ship it to the US for you. We spent 2 weeks driving from Sweden to Belgium… Read more »

Kate
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Kate

A Lotus Europa, my husband’s….hey, wait, that means it’s mine, too! Score! :)

Renee Bennett
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Renee Bennett

The fanciest car I’ve ever been in (not driving) was a 1956 T-bird [the car that Suzanne Sommers drove in the movie “American Graffiti”] that was restored to mint condition by a friend of mine. I have to say it was pretty fancy.

Really liking the blurb and cover for your book Kinsey. Going on my TBR list(putting it in the top 10).
Thanks for the contests Viv

YOU ROCK! ^_^

reneebennett35 at yahoo dot com

jeanette8042
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jeanette8042

The fanciest car I’ve ridden in is a limo. Thanks for another great giveaway!

Jen B.
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Jen B.

I got to ride in a Mercedes limo. Very swanky!
jepebATverizonDOTnet

elaing8
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elaing8

When I was a teenager a boyfriends dad bought a Ferarri and he let the BF drive it and take me out.

Tamara Hoffa
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Tamara Hoffa

A lincoln towncar limo

wanda flanagan
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wanda flanagan

For me that would be a limo Ive ridden in one twice and it was realy cool lol
flanagan@mebtel.net

Stacey
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I’ve ridden in a jag that belonged to one of my uncle’s friends. It was pretty cool. Too bad I was only in 6th grade at the time. :) I’m sure it would have been cooler to drive it, but…, not allowed!

Mara
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Hi.
The fanciest car I’ve ridden in was a Rolls. OMG. It was like an entirely different car experience. I mean the interior panelling was the most beautiful polished wood – mahogany, I think, and the ride was smooth and quiet. always thought my friend’s Jag was the finest car, but I was mistaken.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Mara
marajbrandon AT earthlink DOT net

Brenda Hyde
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When I was a senior in high school a girlfriend got to take us shopping in her boyfriend’s Corvette. Dang– it was bizarre. SO low to the ground, and kind of scary actually. LOL

I’ve read one of Kinsey’s books and loved it, but still need to get the rest in the series:)

emmad
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emmad

Fanciest oh boy. Um a Audi convertable I had to move for a friend. Had all the bells and whistles.

winnie
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winnie

To be honest, no fancy cars at all and I’m okay with that, lol…

chibipooh(at)gmail(dot)com

Nancy Gilliland
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Nancy Gilliland

Fanciest vehicle (not sure it qualifies as a car) is a stretch Hummer limo.

cait045
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Not many fantasy cars. I stretch limo for prom is the best. I have been in a mustang.
usignolc(at)yahooDOTcom

Brandy'z Books
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hmmm… the fanciest car would be either a camero. I was new at the time :)

Brandy
brandyzbooks(at)yahoo(dot)com

Marlene Breakfield
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The fanciest car that I’ve ridden in is a limo.
marlenebreakfield(at)yahoo(dot)com

Fedora
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Fedora

I’ve been in a Mercedes, but not a very high end one ;) I’ve always admired the fancy, super expensive, super fast cars, but I don’t think it’s meant to be–we’ve gone right from the sedate family sedan to the sedate family minivan ;)

f dot chen at comcast dot net

erin
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erin

I’ve been in a limo a few times but that’s been about it! Nothing fancy for this girl :)

efender1(at)gmail(dot)com

Anne
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Anne

I don’t know anyone with a really fancy car. I’d say a Cadillac.

acm05atjuno.com

Zina
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My cousin Troy brought over a little MG convertible and let me drive it when I was 16, and he didna get mad when I ground the gears a few times. I have sat in a BMW and a corvette.
I love the last line of the book blurb….squeeky toy.
Zina

CrystalGB
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CrystalGB

A vintage Corvette. It was nice.

Darcy
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It was a Z 28. I loved it!
Thanks so much Vivian

pommawolf @hotmail.com

latisha depoortere
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latisha depoortere

I have not been in any fancy cars just SUVs sorry ! I would love to read this book sounds great thanks for the chance!
tishajean@ charter.net

Lisa
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Lisa

Not fancy much so probably a my friend’s two seater BMW, or my friend’s two seater Mercedes.

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