ARC Giveaway!

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I went to BEA and BookCon at the beginning of June, and was lucky enough to pick up some *highly* anticipated ARCs! And now I’m looking to get some of these ARCs to a few lucky readers… where they belong! This contest is now closed (winners announced below), but please do check out these three amazing upcoming releases!

That’s right, I’m giving away one copy each of–

  • All the Crooked Saints, by Maggie Stiefvater [signed!]
  • The Girl with the Red Balloon, by Katherine Locke [signed!]
  • Daughter of the Burning City, by Amanda Foody

(Please note that the Stiefvater ARC is not queer lit. I’m including it because the author’s previous series, The Raven Cycle, does have two queer characters in it.)

Curious to know more about these books? Check ’em out:

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Reboot Tour: Layla Reyne’s “SINGLE MALT” is On Sale!

For a few days only, Layla Reyne’s sexy and suspenseful novel, Single Malt, is only 99 cents!

This book has been called “A must read for any romantic suspense fan” (Megan Erickson, USA Today Bestselling author), and is the perfect edge-of-your-seat read for the weekend ahead!

So check it out:

Single Malt, by Layla Reyne
Series: Agents Irish and Whiskey, Book One
Publisher: Carina Press
Release Date: February 27, 2017

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Just Love turns TWO!

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Today is Just Love’s second birthday! We’ve officially entered whatever the blogger equivalent of “the terrible twos” is. I’m constantly amazed by how far JL has come in the last couple of years… from a tiny blog that I ran myself, to a rapidly-growing site with a fantastic group of reviewers– all of whom I’m fortunate enough to call friends. Running this blog is a labor of love, and I’m so thankful to the amazing team that works with me to keep it fun, interesting… and always hilarious.

But because it’s our birthday (and because I just got back from RT Convention with a very large stack of books), I’m thinking we should do some giveaways.

Okay, a lot of giveaways.

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Blog Tour: The Seafarer’s Kiss, by Julia Ember (Interview + Giveaway!)

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Today we have a really fantastic book by a really fantastic author on our blog! Julia Ember stops by to talk about her new release, The Seafarer’s Kiss, the best line she ever wrote, and her dream movie casting. Plus there’s a pretty sweet giveaway that you won’t want to miss.

So check out the book that Michele called a “masterful reimagining of The Little Mermaid… one of the most clever and unique interpretations I’ve ever read.” (Review)

The Seafarer’s Kiss, by Julia Ember
Publisher: Duet (Interlude Press)
Release Date: May 4, 2017

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Blog Tour: Shelter the Sea, by Heidi Cullinan

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Welcome to the blog tour for Heidi Cullinan’s newest release, Shelter the Sea. This sequel to Carry the Ocean picks up soon after Book 1 ends, and follows Jeremey and Emmet as they work to find happiness and save the Roosevelt from closing.

Check out an excerpt from the book, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end… you could win signed paperbacks and more!

Shelter the Sea, by Heidi Cullian
Series: The Roosevelt, Book 2
Publisher: Self-Published
Release Date: April 18, 2017

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Blog Tour: Strays, by Garrett Leigh (Interview by Rita and Giveaway!)

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Garrett Leigh, Strays - Book Tour

Welcome to the blog tour for Strays by Garrett Leigh! This contemporary romance is chock-full of humor, emotion and delicious cuisine. So we’re filled to the brim with excitement to have Garrett on the blog today to talk about what inspires her, whether or not she could ever choose between savory and sweet, and more!

As I said in my review, Leigh’s writing will leave you hungry for more, so be sure to check out Strays. Keep reading below for our interview with Garrett, and don’t forget to check the end of the post for an awesome giveaway!

Strays, by Garrett Leigh
Series: Urban Soul
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Release Date: March 27, 2017

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