Friday, February 28, 2014

Welcome to the Leap Into Books Giveaway Hop


Welcome to the 2014 Leap Into Books Giveaway Hop!

Hosted by I Am a Reader, Not a Writer

The Prizes

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This contest is open Internationally! 

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16 comments:

Patricia Lopez said...

Right now? I'd say White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. Armentrout. Had a blast reading it and can't wait to read more

Majecscontesttx said...

I think that The Witching Hour by Anne Rice did that for me. There were a couple books in The Southern Vampire Series that I have read and read again. Probably because I became obsessed with the idea of Sookie and Eric together.

Lindsey V. said...

I really loved Vonnie Davis's Red Hand Conspiracy series, which includes Mona Lisa's Room (Book 1) and Rain is a Love Song (Book 2). They were so good, and funny, too! I like that they are set in Paris.

Thank you so much for the giveaway! I'd love the chance to win, so fingers crossed. :-)

Megan R said...

I think I felt that way when I read Cinder by Marissa Meyer. Also Divergent!

Janice Crespo said...

When I read the Hunger Games, I may not have kicked up my heels (or I would have fallen on my face), but it did get me in the mood for some short hikes through the woods

miki said...

moon called by patricia briggs and bilbo the hobbit ^^
thank you a lot

Lily B said...

For me at the moment the one that popped into the head is The Time Travelers Wife.

Evie said...

The Kite Runner.
Thanks for the giveaway!

January Matthews said...

I have a feeling this is a pretty common answer, but the Harry Potter series! :D

coriwestphal said...

This one didn't really make me kick up my heels, but it has stuck with me for years! It's called Sold by Patricia McCormick. It's about a girl from Nepal who is sold to a brothel to support her family. It's definitely a powerful read!

Cori Westphal
coriwestphal at msn dot com

Julia Cosgrove said...

This may sound silly but I am going to have to go with Harry Potter.

Tiffany Drew said...

The Dogs of Babel is a book that I desperately needed to crawl into. It was such a sad, yet beautiful story and I just wanted to give the main character a hug so badly. It's one of my all time favorite books. Thank you!

Kathleen said...

hmmm... I can't say I have ever had that experience before (should I be jealous?) LOL
I haven't read a really GREAT, amazing book in a while now. I must be picking the wrong ones. In fact the series I am reading right now is testing my patience and I'm finding myself bored. I hate to be a quitter and rarely give up once I start, but I'm on the 3rd book and so far, it's the slowest for me. I'm not sure I will even try the 4th unless this one surprises me and get MUCH better!

Stephanie Shipley said...

The book that has really stuck with me is Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen. I really found myself immersed in the book and could relate to the main character who was young and pregnant relying a lot on her best friend to help her through it since the father wasn't there (except in the book it wasn't by choice, he was in accident and didn't make it.)

Wild N Mild $$$ said...

I liked Twilight. Surprised me as I never read that type of fiction before.
Jennifer Rote

Mimi Smith said...

Outlander's THE book for me when it comes to pulling at my heartstrings, every single time. The book that is simply fun and good and the perfect feel-good book for me, however, is Anna and the French Kiss.

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