Monday, January 27, 2014

Win $250 Mastercard, $150 Mastercard, or Kindle PaperWhite!

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Scroll down for an excerpt from the novel.

Ultimate Valentine’s Date Giveaway!

How would YOU like to win a $250 or $150 prepaid MasterCard? Well, you can just in time for Valentine’s Day! This month we are giving away the Ultimate Valentine’s Date by awarding a $250 and $150 prepaid MasterCard, and a Kindle Paperwhite eReader. Three prizes + easy registration = The Ultimate Valentine’s Date! So take your sweetheart out to dinner, a movie, and have a little extra to buy your date some delicious chocolate. He or she will love you for it!
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When: Jan. 25th – Feb 5th, 2014.
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All For Love - Excerpt

The moonlight was seductive. It lay across the water like a transparent veil across a woman’s hair. We walked in and out of the foam at the edge of the water, splashing each other and dashing about like children; we shared one more glass of sangria at the cabana on the opposite end of Playa Caracol. And we danced, slowly, just outside the pool of light emanating from the open patio of the hotel’s cantina—the strolling trio of mariachis outdoing themselves on love songs, or so it seemed.
“I don’t—” I whispered into his shirt collar when he’d brought me up suddenly against him.
“Shhh,” he held me even closer as we swayed in the breeze and the moonlight, the waves tickling our ankles when we strayed toward the surf. “Let’s just be,” he said, burying his face in my hair. “For a few moments, let’s just be.”

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