Giveaway: Holiday for Two by Maggie Robinson and Elyssa Patrick

Tis the season for giving and we have another giveaway for you. Thanks to Maggie and Elyssa’s generosity, they’re giving away five copies of their Christmas duology, Holiday for Two, for our readers.

Through the Night by Maggie Robinson

holiday_fortwocoverNeither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays personal assistant Carrie Moore from the swift completion of her appointed rounds. She is used to delivering for the rich and famous. Can she mend a hunky English lord’s heart and not get him deported?

While It Was Snowing by Elyssa Patrick

Felicity Evans and Harry Walsh have been best friends forever, but lately, Felicity has noticed the looks Harry has been giving her. And she’s going to do something about it. Sex solves everything, or so she hopes. But she never knew Harry was a virgin—until now. Being snowbound in a Vermont cabin is the perfect opportunity to take things to the next level . . . and perhaps dare to lay her heart out on the line.

Five copies are up on offer, and all you have to do for a chance to win is comment below.

Elyssa and Maggie also have a smacking holiday giveaway where they’re giving away a shitload of awesome books. To enter that giveaway, you need to enter via the rafflecopter widget which I have posted below.

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Comments

  1. Hope Stern says

    okay, I found Maggie this year and have spent time with her amazing books…LOVED THEM!!! and now I found Elyssa Patrick….!! Excited to always find new authors….makes my day! The book looks wonderful.

    I love holiday reading…it slows the pace of all the craziness of December.

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  2. says

    Hope, thanks so much! I’m so thrilled to be in an anthology with Maggie, and I really hope readers enjoy both novellas. And I agree–Maggie is so awesome. Love her!

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  3. Anita H. says

    Maggie and Elyssa are new authors to me, so I’d love to read “Holiday for Two”, since it sounds like a perfect holiday read!

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  4. JenM says

    Ooh, both stories sound right up my alley, but especially Elyssa’s – snowbound, and a virgin hero? I’m all over that one.

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