Monday, March 17, 2014

Welcome to the 2014 Lucky Leprechaun Giveaway Hop



Welcome to the 2014 Leap Into Books Giveaway Hop!


Co-hosted by Books Complete Me

The Prizes

Your Choice of Contemporary Romance Novel worth up to $5 and a $5 Amazon Gift Card


The Contest is Open Internationally!
Good Luck!



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26 comments:

168d7130-34d4-11e2-91ad-000bcdcb5194 said...

I've found a lot of great books by chance: Teegan Loy's THE MAGIC BROOM, Clare London's SAY A LITTLE PRAYER, Calvin Trillin's THE TUMMY TRILOGY...

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Elisa Difino said...

The first book I found by chance and ended up loving that comes to my mind is Lords of Rainbow by Vera Nazarian...I discovered it sometime over a year ago because it was free on amazon and I didn't have anything to read...I fell in love with both the book and the author!

bstanek said...

One that comes to mind was Music in the Night by VC Andrews, it just stuck in my soul forever after I read it

Jenny Stanek
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Rebecca Orr said...

Island of the Blue dolphins. I read it in grade school. And I still read it now as an adult at least once a year.

deasuluna said...

The Lost Girl by Sangu Mandanna, It didn't look like it would appeal to me but it blew my mind and I couldn't put it down! :)

jmcgaugh said...

In my case, it's a series of books. I didn't really think I would like them, because they are so dark, but I loved Karen Moning's Fever series.

Maricris Dimla said...

Im lucky that I've read Charley Davidson Series by Darynda Jones. I really love that book!

Kristina Vallaste said...

Dolphin Way: Rise of the Guardians by Mark Caney. I won it from a giveaway. At first I wasn't at all sure I'd like it, but it was one of the best books I've ever read! :)

CindyWindy2003 said...

I love Anne of Green Gables and the History of Love and the Bridge.

Wanda Craighead said...

Ghostwalker series by Christine Feehan

Lisa Vazquezanzua said...

I have to say Alienated. I was really surprised on how amazing the story was.

Shannon R said...

Lord and Lady Spy by Shana Galen

Krista said...

I loved Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison. Thanks for the giveaway!

Mippy Foofalina said...

One that I can think of recently is the House at the End of Hope Street. I'm awaiting the book right now but what bits I've already read are terrific. The author is simply lovely and I enjoy her posts and comments. :)

Terri Matlock said...

I have to agree on the Shade of Vampire series. :) I have book 6 sitting on my kindle waiting for me to read. :)

Book Attict said...

Cast in Silence by Michelle Sagara, Daughter of the Blood by Anne Bishop and The Great Lenore by J.M. Tohline.

Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
elizabeth @ bookattict . com

Rima said...

I hadn't found a New Adult book that I liked, but I tried again and read Going Under by S. Walden and really enjoyed it. Thanks for the chance! :)

Natasha D said...

The Hunger Games series.
I wasn't sure if I would like it and I loved it!
Thanks for the chance to win!

miki said...

Moon Called by Patricia Briggs, it really helped me when i needed it w( and i didn't know i needed it^^)
thank you for this giveaway

Stacy said...

Elenor and Park was a surprise for me. I don't really read contemporary YA, but I won the book so I decided to read it. It was surprisingly good! It was one of my favorite reads last year.

LB said...

The Fault in Our Stars.. I'd read a few of John Green's books and didn't like them, so I wasn't sure about this one... but I loved it!

Alina said...

When the first Kate Daniels book came out I was just starting to get into the more adult fantasy and paranormal reads and just looking through the books on the shelf at the bookstore I pulled out Magic Bites and saw a woman with a sword and thought "cool" and I freaking loved it! It's one of my favorite series!

amanda whitley said...

i bought into the darkest corner at target just as something to read on vacation. nothing else sparked my interest at the time. it was so good i couldnt put it down

Clever Girl said...

Thief by CL Stone, Shielder by Catherine Spangler, Sweet Home and Sweet Rome by Tillie Cole.

Kanoko said...

Tangled by Emma Chase comes to mind. I'm not a fan of first-person narrative, especially if it's a male POV, so I had a lot of misgivings about starting the book. Needless to say, Drew won me over completely. Chase wrote him in a charming and distinctly natural way, and never once in the book did I think this female writer was forcing the male voice on me.

That said, I can't wait for Twisted. Only a few hours left! :D

Julia Cosgrove said...

I was very happy to have found Wrecked by Priscilla West.

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