The #fridayreads giveaway…Natural Born Charmer

(I heart SEP)

No, dude, let’s pop a geranium in it and make it a planter.

Last week’s winner…Sue, who blogs at

To enter this week’s Friday Reads giveaway…read on. Reminder, you must check back to claim your prize!

About the Friday Reads

Want to enter for a chance to win this book? Do the following…

  • Grab a book…any book.
  • Turn to page 56.
  • Find the fifth sentence.
  • Post that sentence (plus one or two others if you like) in the comments section of this blog to enter
  • A winner will be posted here within a week or so-please read the disclaimer-entering means you’ve READ the disclaimer.
  • Void where prohibited.
  • Odds of winning depend on number entries.
  • Comments must be made at my blog/website to be entered, not FB, not goodreads, etc.
  • Winner to be posted at my blog-must contact me to claim prize.
  • Rest of my rules in the disclaimerplease read it.


11 Replies to “The #fridayreads giveaway…Natural Born Charmer”

  1. From KISS OF SNOW by Nalini Singh: Hanging up, Sienna quickly put in her special contacts, hiding her night sky gaze that betrayed her identity, the pulled her hair back into a tight ponytail.

  2. “I do like making her do things she doesn’t want to do though. A BITE TO REMEMBER by Lynsay Sands

  3. “The shock of hearing him speak for the first time momentarily threw her off balance.”

    Maya Banks, “Pillow Talk,” from the “Four Play” anthology, shared with Shayla Black.



  4. And a lance of pure lust ran through him. Skin Game by Ava Gray

    (it is the 4th sentence, but the last one for the page/chapter. Very short page 56!!)

  5. “This is the license-plate number. It will take you to Genoa.”

    The Brotherhood of the Holy Shroud by Julia Navarro

    I LOVE that SEP book! It’s the only one of hers I’ve ever read, but I plan to remedy that soon. (I had an ARC of it, but I loaned it out and never got it back.)

  6. “Fascinated, Alanna watched Wilda’s fingers shake. ‘That would depend on the spell.'”

    A Well Favored Gentleman by Christina Dodd

  7. The sunlight was different here, clearer and thinner, and she got the sense of a nearby place drenched in magic.

    Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

  8. “The two were connected in the most obvious way, of course. They’d been killed in the exact same way. But why? And who?”
    from I Can See You by Karen Rose

  9. Well, my Tale Of the Rock Pieces was at hand, so I guess you don’t mind a sentence from there (56th page, 5th sentence): Of course, the great mass of them were perplexed why they called them at that early time of the day, when the sleep was most peaceful.
    Glad I found your blog/page! Excellent stuff! A writer could learn a lot from there! Keep the good work going! LET THE WONDERFUL NOISE OF THE SEA ALWAYS SOUNDS IN YOUR EARS! (a greeting of my water dragons’ hunters).

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