Friday, December 11, 2009


December's Contest is Jane Porter's Duty, Desire and The Desert King.

To win a copy, please share a holiday recipie or a memory.  For other changes to win December books, go to my other two blogs....Marilyn's Romance  Reviews and Romance Author Buzz.

Duty, Desire and the Desert King by Jane Porter  (Book 3 of The Desert Kings series)
(Book 1 is The Sheikh's Chosen Queen, Book 2 is King of the Desert, Captive Bride)

As the black sheep of the Fehrs, a powerful desert family, middle son Zayed has sworn off love and marriage. This playboy prince is happiest when cruising the casinos of Monte Carlo. But then family tragedy leaves him the heir to his kingdom's throne. Custom dictates that a wife must be seated beside him, and he's got just the bride in mind…

Rou Tournell is a feisty, independent woman—and if she won't marry Zayed for duty, maybe desire will help persuade her….
Jane is also having a holiday contest at her blog.

Don't forget to leave your contact email so I can notify you of the win.  Thanks.


Linda Henderson said...

I think one of my favorite Christmas memories was when my daughters were small. About 11 and 5. The year before we had a pretty sparse Christmas due to my divorce so they didn't get much for Christmas. My girls were always great about that. Well this particular year I had been buying little things for them all year long so they had quite a few things under the tree. The look on their faces when they saw all the presents was priceless. Even though some of them were gloves and scarves they were still thrilled. Now that they are grown they always say they don't know how I supported all three of us on such small wages. It wasn't easy, but we had each other and that was enough. Happy holidays everyone.

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Susan Helene Gottfried said...

No need to enter me. I'm dropping in to say thanks for the e-mail. I've got this posted at Win a Book for you.

Marilyn Shoemaker said...

I purchased not one but two, so there will be two lucky winners!

Maureen said...

Merry Christmas to everyone. I like to remember the time my parents fell asleep when they were supposed to be wrapping presents so when my brother and I came downstairs early to see our presents there were no presents, only our parents sleeping on the floor with wrapping paper around them.
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Marilyn Shoemaker said...

Linda, you're the December winner. To all Happy New Year and thanks for dropping by my sheikh blog.

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