Winter Wonderland Giveaway: Beyond Texas by Ann DeFee

To help celebrate the upcoming holidays and keep you curled up inside with a good book where it’s nice and warm, I am giving an eBook a day away from December 1-December 24. Today’s eBook is:

Title: Beyond Texas by Ann DeFee
Publisher: Carina Press
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Word Count: 86,000

Summary:

There’s no place like Texas. And there’s no one like a Texan!

Twinkie Sue Carmichael and her mother own the Clown Motel in Mirage, Texas, known for its mysterious desert lights. She’s also the mayor. Like everyone else in these parts, Twinkie’s worried about the goings-on at nearby Fort Huacha, an abandoned military facility, which has been taken over by a group of men calling themselves the Brothers.

When Cole Thornton comes to Mirage–with his own questions about the Brothers–Twinkie’s hormones go on high alert. So does her internal alarm. Is this great-looking guy really what he seems? Cole and Twinkie fall in love (or certainly lust!), surrounded by an eccentric cast of characters, from her cohort of girlfriends to her sheriff ex-husband. From Cole’s high-powered family to his former partner. Not to mention his missing sister, a group of young pregnant women and a houseful of retired hookers.

But as the Brothers and assorted other bad guys learn, you don’t mess with Texans!

83,000 words


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6. Leave a comment on the daily Winter Wonderland Giveaway contest post by 5 PM Mountain Time the next day.

It’s that easy! The winner will be selected using random.org. I will e-mail one lucky winner the eBook of their choice in their preferred format. Winners will be posted daily. Please check back HERE for a complete and ongoing list of daily winners.

The list of books to be given away during the upcoming week will be posted in Sunday’s “The Week Ahead” post.

Oh, and did I forget to mention the Grand Prize $10 gift certificate giveaway on December 25? One Grand Prize winner will be selected from the Winter Wonderland Giveaway contest entries for a $10 gift certificate from either Amazon or Barnes and Noble. Twenty-four books will be given away so say, for example, you enter all twenty-four daily contests, you will have twenty-four entries into the $10 gift certificate contest.

Stay inside where it’s warm, enter the daily Winter Wonderland Giveaway, curl up with a good book and enjoy the holiday season!

***All of the eBooks in the Winter Wonderland Giveaway have been purchased by Book Reviews & More by Kathy.***

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11 Responses to Winter Wonderland Giveaway: Beyond Texas by Ann DeFee

  1. Christine LaCombe

    this one looks really good, count me in, thanks for the giveaway

  2. Angie M

    This sounds like a fun book! Thanks for the chance to win it!

  3. Ruth S

    Please count me in for this book!

  4. SHELLEY S

    COUNT ME IN. THANKS FOR THE GIVEAWAY!

  5. Landry Breaux

    This one sounds delightful! Please put my name in the pot! Thank you for the giveaway.

  6. elaing8

    Please count me in.
    Thank you

  7. Timitra

    Sounds good.

  8. H.B.

    Sounds like a fun read. Thank you.

  9. laurie g

    this one looks really good, count me in, thanks for the giveaway

  10. cheryl sanders

    It might be too late but this book definitely looks good! I can’t wait to wad it 🙂

  11. Carolyn

    I’m always up for an eccentric cast of characters. You never know what they’re going to say or do, and I like that.