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Book Giveaways

Morning! We've again got another fun giveaway here on Dreaming Under the Same Moon. This go-round, there are three more books up for grabs in honor of the recent INSPYs award winners. All of these books were nominated and one won in its category. The first is a little unknown contemporary romance that is sweet for anyone looking for a quick read, the second is the mystery/thriller winner and the last is a fabulous conclusion to a great contemporary romance series by Lynette Eason.

Before introducing you to these novels, below are the last two winners from the recent giveaways, and following that, the same-old rules that I ask of anyone entering.

Winner of Meant to be Mine by Becky Wade is:

- Hiedi M.

Winner of Somebody Like You by Beth Vogt is:

- Charity U.

Congrats, ladies! Your books are on their way and should arrive this week. Please, do let me know when they show up - and enjoy!

This giveaway(s) is open to U.S. readers. Also, please I will just ask that anyone who leaves a comment under "anonymous," please leave the same name you enter into the widget in your comment - it's not nearly as easy to try and match comments when there is no name and in fairness to everyone else, I want to be able to be sure everyone who used the Rafflecopter correctly has a fair chance at winning against those who abuse it - believe it or not, there have been a couple people that I could not verify. So please, I don't mean to overwhelm, but just keep this in mind when entering future giveaways. I'd sure appreciate it!

Note: also, my apologies for not mentioning this in the beginning, one comment will count for all three giveaways if you are entering multiple, same goes for Pinterest.

To be entered in the giveaway, just enter as much or as little as you like into the Rafflecopter widget... and good luck everyone! This ends on July 8th (running it past the holiday). First, read up on the 3 books up for grabs.

Finding Beth
 
Three years ago, Beth Gallagher lost her brother, Josh, in a tragic accident. Grief-stricken and estranged from her father, she turned to the one man her brother warned her about — Kyle Heinrich. She flees to the Smoky Mountains to clear her mind and seek God’s will about her impending marriage. With the help of a new friend, she finds the answers she needs, but will she have the resolve to follow through? And, if so, what will it cost her? Kyle Heinrich is used to getting his way, so when his fiancée leaves town without a word, he is furious. When she returns with a new man by her side, he determines to make her his — one way or another. - Goodreads

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The King

FBI Special Agent Patrick Bowers has matched wits with some of the most violent serial killers in history—and one of them has never forgiven him....

Patrick Bowers has pursued the nation’s fiercest serial killers—and now one elusive foe is back for revenge.

Settling into a new post at the FBI academy, Patrick and his fiancée, Lien-hua Jiang, are planning their future together with his stepdaughter, Tessa.

But just when his life seems normal, a demon from the past returns to draw him down a dark road he hoped had closed forever. Forced into a desperate hunt to save the two women he loves most, Patrick is in a race against time to stop an international conspiracy from becoming the most widespread act of terrorism in U.S. history. - Goodreads
 
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When a Secret Kills
 
Investigative reporter Jillian Carter knows it's time to put the past to rest. She's tired of looking over her shoulder, letting a killer go free. She's no longer the scared kid who changed her name and disappeared. Now, no matter what the cost, Jillian must do what she is trained to do--ferret out the truth and expose it. Senator Frank Hoffman committed murder ten years ago--and Jillian watched it happen.

Didn't she?

Not even the enigmatic and attractive Colton Brady, her ex-boyfriend and nephew of the killer, will be able to make her leave this alone. Get ready for the spine-tingling, nail-biting conclusion to an explosive series. - Goodreads


 
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Best of luck to you all!

19 comments

  1. I'm reading so many books right now, or at least have a huge TBR pile. Wish You Were Italian was a sweet romance I just recently read.

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  2. I recent scary book I read wasn't that recent but I read Girl Missing by Tess Gerritsen {its a reissue with a new title it was previously Peggy Sue Got Murdered} I also read Birds by Daphne du Maurier { I have never seen the movie Birds by Alfred Hitchcock but the story that inspired the movie was scary!}

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  3. I recent suspenseful book I read was A Deadly Business by Lis Wiehl. Love all her books

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    1. Ooo! I have Wish You Were Italian as well, Gidget. (But then, I guess we've chatted about that already. ;D). I haven't read any of Lis' novels though they sound good. :)

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  4. I'm reading The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn right now! It's pretty good so far. :) Thanks for these sweet giveaways! So much fun!

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    1. Yay, I've heard good things about "Tamsen." Enjoy, Bekah - and thanks for joining in the fun. Good luck. :)

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  5. I'm just about finished with Captured by Love. There's nothing like a Jody Hedlund novel.
    Amyc

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    1. I only recently read my first novel by Jody, and despite a rough beginning (it took me a little bit to really get "into" it), I loved it! Needless to say, I'll be reading more. :)

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  6. Ooooo another comment. Favorite suspense novel. Basically anything by Lynette Eason or Dani Pettrey. Or Irene Hannon. Love them all SO much!

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  7. Ooops. First comment disappeared. I love Crimson Roses by Grace Livingston Hill. A little laughable at times, but such a sweet story - the first book I really fell in love with. :)

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    1. *High Five* You and I both, Charity, I heart those three suspense authors - they're lovely.

      No worries! Both comments are intact. :)

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  8. Ooh, you've got some good books in this giveaway! That Lynette Eason is especially tempting. "The Pawn" creeped me out and I couldn't finish it, lol. Bless you, Rissi, hope you're having a great week!

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    1. They are all extra copies, so of course, I'd love for some of my readers to have them. :)

      Lynette Eason is a fabulous author and I think this third book was my favorite from her - it was just *that* good. Here's hoping her new series is equally as good - getting all the better by the time we get to the end. :)

      Same to you, Gwendolyn! Have a wonderful holiday.

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  9. My favorite auther that I am into reading right now is Dani Pettrey and her books a so good. I love that they keep you turning pages and wanting more. The title of the book is called Silenced. She has a new book coming out in 2015 so I am excited for that one. It's dani 5 book in the Alasken courage series. My other favorite auther that I like to also read that is mystery is Dee Henderson. Her books to are also really good.
    oh.hello.hiya@gmail.com

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    1. I adore that series, Danie! It's one of my very favorites. While I'll be sad to see Dani's Alaskan Courage series end, she's got something new brewing and I'm anxious to see what comes from that. I've no doubt, they'll be great. :)

      Best of luck.

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  10. Hi Rissi - What a great bunch of giveaways! I just finished re-reading Robin Jones Gunn's Glenbrooke series. I read it for the first time when they first came out and enjoyed them even more this time around. A few are a little dated, but there are great messages in them!

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    1. Hi, Brooke! Thanks for dropping by - and joining the fun. :)

      Yay for rereads. You know, I'd love to get to some of those, you know, when I don't have any review copies - Dee Henderson, Becky Wade and Susan May Warren are some names that come to mind. :)

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  11. I read one of Steven James' books a few years ago and found it a very quick, engrossing read, so I'd love to read another! And if I won his book, I'd probably pass it on to my mom after I finished it so she could read it too, as she's the one who introduced me to his books in the first place.

    I just finished "Shades of Grey" by Jasper Fforde yesterday (NOT "50 Shades of Grey," mind you. Totally different book.) It's his usual crazy blend of sci-fi and fantasy, though less whimsical than some of Fforde's other books.

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    1. Hi, Hamlette. Great of you to join in the fun. Thanks.

      I'd never read any of Steven James' novels, however they certainly are interesting. I prefer more "lighthearted" suspense like Dani Pettrey, but he is a good writer. And yay, I'm glad you'd have someone to pass it on to - my mom and I both love reading as well.

      LOL, thanks for making that distinction. "50 Shades of Grey" is certainly NOT a book I'd want to read, but I'm glad you enjoyed "Shades of Grey." It does indeed sound fun. Have you read Charity Bishop's books? I just started one of hers and it's very whimsical. :)

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