And the Winners Are . . .

A-Winner We've had a slew of winners this week! 

Louise Reynolds has won a copy of Anne Gracie's To Catch a Bride.

Lily Elston, Shirley Chan, and Marial have all won books from Harlequin editor, Linda Fildew.

Thank you, everyone, for participating.  We love your comments, and we love to give away books!

20 thoughts on “And the Winners Are . . .”

  1. I just bought a kindle and bought every book Jo Beverley had available. Please never quit writing. I am a nurse in the Arctic Circle and you help to keep my sanity with romance at my finger tips.

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  2. I just bought a kindle and bought every book Jo Beverley had available. Please never quit writing. I am a nurse in the Arctic Circle and you help to keep my sanity with romance at my finger tips.

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  3. I just bought a kindle and bought every book Jo Beverley had available. Please never quit writing. I am a nurse in the Arctic Circle and you help to keep my sanity with romance at my finger tips.

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  4. I just bought a kindle and bought every book Jo Beverley had available. Please never quit writing. I am a nurse in the Arctic Circle and you help to keep my sanity with romance at my finger tips.

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  5. I just bought a kindle and bought every book Jo Beverley had available. Please never quit writing. I am a nurse in the Arctic Circle and you help to keep my sanity with romance at my finger tips.

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  6. My thanks to the “word wenches” of historical romance. You have all helped me slip with anticipation into your pages, and pass through many difficult days and sleepless nights from chemotherapy. Your books are one of the very few pleasures afforded a cancer patient stuck in a treatment chair for hours on end. Love you all, keep them coming!

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  7. My thanks to the “word wenches” of historical romance. You have all helped me slip with anticipation into your pages, and pass through many difficult days and sleepless nights from chemotherapy. Your books are one of the very few pleasures afforded a cancer patient stuck in a treatment chair for hours on end. Love you all, keep them coming!

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  8. My thanks to the “word wenches” of historical romance. You have all helped me slip with anticipation into your pages, and pass through many difficult days and sleepless nights from chemotherapy. Your books are one of the very few pleasures afforded a cancer patient stuck in a treatment chair for hours on end. Love you all, keep them coming!

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  9. My thanks to the “word wenches” of historical romance. You have all helped me slip with anticipation into your pages, and pass through many difficult days and sleepless nights from chemotherapy. Your books are one of the very few pleasures afforded a cancer patient stuck in a treatment chair for hours on end. Love you all, keep them coming!

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  10. My thanks to the “word wenches” of historical romance. You have all helped me slip with anticipation into your pages, and pass through many difficult days and sleepless nights from chemotherapy. Your books are one of the very few pleasures afforded a cancer patient stuck in a treatment chair for hours on end. Love you all, keep them coming!

    Reply

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