September Signed Book Giveaway

Last month’s print book giveaway was for a signed copy of The Princess, book #1 of the Bride Quest, in its new edition. The winner was Debra Shutters.

Addicted to Love, a contemporary romance by Deborah CookeSince we’ve had a lot of medieval romance prizes lately, I thought we’d mix it up a bit this month. This month’s prize book is Addicted to Love, which is book #2 of my Flatiron Five series of contemporary romances, and Kyle and Lauren’s story.

Once upon a time, Kyle and Lauren had a one night stand. Since then, she married and he carried on with his one-nighters—but when Lauren’s marriage collapses and she wants sex with no emotional complications, she knows exactly who to call.

Have you ever been in a friends-with-benefits relationship? Or did you go from friends to lovers? Comment on this post for your chance to win a signed trade paperback copy of this book.

The contest is open to readers in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK and Ireland.

I’ll choose a winner on October 1. Good luck everyone!

Edited to add – our winner is Laura! Congrats Laura and thanks to everyone who entered.

15 thoughts on “September Signed Book Giveaway

    • Congrats Laura! You’ve won the signed copy of Addicted to Love – a friends-with-benefits story that does end well. 🙂 I’ve sent you an email to get your mailing information so I can send your book. If you don’t see it right away, please check your spam folder. Congrats again and thanks to everyone for playing along!

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  1. Yes I did with out this man in my life I would have not have made it through my husband’s death, and he was going through the start of the end of his marriage . No matter how much he hoped she went through with the divorce and what makes it so sad is that he still loves her. It was only once but we both had a day from hell that day. We needed each other, we are still friends but that is all now.

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  2. Yes I have had a friend with benefits and it lasted off and on for many years. When I was in a relationship we were just friends (he was my best friend) and if I was not in a relationship we enjoyed the benefits. Although I still have him as a friend we are not as close now as we used to be because of circumstances in his life that has not brought him back to where I live for over four years.

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