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One reader will win all the books pictured:
*I Married the Duke by Katharine Ashe
*The Duke of Dark Desires by Miranda Neville
*Say Yes to the Duke by Kieran Kramer
*The Duke and I by Julia Quinn (signed by the author!)
*Duke of Midnight by Elizabeth Hoyt (signed by the author!)
*To Charm a Naughty Countess by me (which might not sound like it belongs in this group, but it has a duke hero! And I’ll sign or personalize it however the winner wishes).
Enter to win a signed copy of The Scandelous Adventures Of The Sister Of The Bride.
Enter to win a bookshelf of autographed thrillers from the International Thriller Writers.
Enter to win a hardcover edition of the new Mystery Writers Of America Cookbook.
Enter to win signed copies of Diane’s Three Soldiers series: Gallant Officer, Forbidden Lady; Chivalrous Captain, Rebel Mistress; Valiant Soldier, Beautiful Enemy.
Enter to win A copy of The Silence Of The Library and a few choice goodies from Leenas Goodie Room.
Enter to win Window Wall, 4th in her Glass Thorns
series set in Albeyn where magical races have joined with humans
in a melting pot of powers, and everyone loves the theater of magic.
Enter to win Kate Watterson's Fractured,
4th in her Ellie MacIntosh series - the Milwaukee
homicide detective races to stop a serial killer.
Enter to Win an autographed advanced copy of Running Fire by Lindsay McKenna.
Enter to Win a signed set of the first three books in the Makricosta series:
•NO LONGER FORBIDDEN?
•MORE THAN A CONVENIENT MARRIAGE?
•AN HEIR TO BIND THEM.
Enter to Win a signed copy of The Quaker and the Rebel by Mary Ellis, and check out the free prequel Romance on the River by Mary Ellis, which provides an early glimpse into the life of Quaker Emily Harrison from The Quaker and the Rebel by Mary Ellis.
Enter to Win your choice of one book from the Men of the Texas Ranger series.
Enter to Win a digital copy of The Sweetest Hallelujah, Elaine’s highly acclaimed novel which celebrates friends who crossed color lines in 1955 to save a child.