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Flash Giveaway – Steel’s Edge by Ilona Andrews

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Charlotte de Ney is as noble as they come, a blueblood straight out of the Weird. But even though she possesses rare magical healing abilities, her life has brought her nothing but pain. After her marriage crumbles, she flees to the Edge to build a new home for herself. Until Richard Mar is brought to her for treatment, and Charlotte’s life is turned upside down once again.

Richard is a swordsman without peer, future head of his large and rambunctious Edger clan—and he’s on a clandestine quest to wipe out slavers trafficking humans in the Weird. So when his presence leads his very dangerous enemies to Charlotte, she vows to help Richard destroy them. The slavers’ operation, however, goes deeper than Richard knows, and even working together, Charlotte and Richard may not survive…
The blurb came from Ilona Andrews.

United States Thanksgiving is over. My mom is leaving tomorrow which means that I need to read something that puts me in a happy place. Since Ilona Andrews is one of my go-to authors when I need to visit a book happy spot and they happen to have a release next week I thought I would share a little happiness. I am giving away one digital copy of Steel’s Edge to someone in the United States and a print copy to someone outside the United States that Book Depository ships to. The contest closes Monday the 26th with the winners announced on the 27th (release day).

To enter leave a comment stating who your go-to author(s) are and if you are US or international. If you want to be really nice you can include what book(s) or series you reread by that author. Good luck!

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58 replies on “Flash Giveaway – Steel’s Edge by Ilona Andrews”

When I need a pick me up, my go to authors are Nalini Singh (her Psy/changling series), Ilona Andrews( her Kate Daniels series), Patricia Briggs (Her Mercy Thompson & Omega series), Anne Bishop (Her Black Jewels Trilogy), and Catherine Coulter (Her Sherbrooke series)

I live in US.

Don’t enter me, I have this one on pre-order. I do love her books very much. But my go to authors are Bertrice Small, Jude Deveraux, Jayne Ann Krentz and Laurell K. Hamilton, and Nora Roberts.

I re read the Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews , the Archangel series by Nalini Singh and just about anything by Nora Roberts.
I’m International from the UK

My go to authors are J.R. Ward (BDB) and KMM, both her Fever series and her Highlander ones. I live outside of the US (Canada).

Dude, I have so many! KMM, Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Anne Perry, Laurell Hamilton, Laurie R. King, C.S. Harris, JR Ward, JD Robb, and Lynn Veihl are probably my tops

US reader and Ilona Andrews is one of my got to authors. Nora Roberts, Jill shalvis Devon monk … And so it goes lol

I love Kim Harrison (The Hollows), Patricia Briggs (Mercy and Alpha and Omega series), Nalini Singh (Guild Hunters and Psy/Changeling), and of course Ilona Andrews (Kate Daniels).

Like everyone else I have loads of go to authors, but I would have to JD Robb and Diana Gabaldon. Thanks for the entry.

My go to authors are Kim Harrison, Patricia Briggs, vicki Pettersson, J.D. Robb, and Josh Lanyon.

Carla Kelly – I love to re-read her Christmas short stories at this time of year. Jane Austen love her books. I often re-read the early Stephanie Laurens and Amanada Quick.

I’ve reread the the Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews, the Alpha and Omega books by Patricia Briggs, and both of Nalini Singh’s series. I also do a lot of rereading of certain Lisa Kleypas, Julia Quinn, and Julie James books.

My go-to authors are Jennifer Estep, Keri Arthur, Cheri Priest, Jeaniene Frost, Eloisa James, Julia London, Karen Hawkins and so many more. I don’t re-read books, there are so many great books I haven’t read that I don’t have time to go back are read books over again, and I’m always thrilled when one of these authors has a new book out.

Barbed1951 at aol dot com – US

Ilona Andrews is definitely one of my go-to authors. I also go-to Kelley Armstrong (in particular her books and shorter works that feature the werewolves – Bitten, Stolen, Broken, and Frostbitten).

I’m international. Thanks for the giveaway!

My go-to author is either Sarah MacLean or Tessa Dare. I’ve read and re-read their books so many times.

If I’m looking for something a bit darker, I’ll re-read Cynthia Eden’s Night Watch series. She’s got such a sexy and suspenseful vibe, and it’s addictive.

I’m US

Robin McKinley has been one of my top go-to authors for years upon years now. I re-read SUNSHINE every fall/Halloween and never tire of its wonderfulness.

My go to authors are JR Ward and her BDB series, KMM and her Fever series and and Jeaniene Frost and her Night Huntress series and all of the spin off books!

I have heard fabulous things about Ilona Andrews and her series and would love to read her books!

Thanks so much!

My go- to authors are Lisa Kleypas, Nalini Singh, and Elizabeth Hoyt. Always great reads. I am in the US.

Well, who can resist a re-read of the Kate Daniels series? Not I! 🙂 Other go-to authors… Lisa Shearin, Nalini Singh, Seanan Mcguire, Michelle Sagara, Jim Butcher, Jenn Bennet, Courtney Milan, Sabrina Jeffries, and Moira Rogers. ( I love re-reading books.. at times, it’s a HUGE comfort. ) Oh, I’m a US reader.

My go-to authors are Lois McMaster Bujold; Mary Balogh regencies (though not necessarily single titles); Liz Carlyle; Courtney Milan; and anything by Ilona Andrews 😉

Ilona and Gordon never disappoint. They are definitely my to go authors. So is Stacia Kane and first 9 books of Anita Blake. At last, I have to mention Fever series by KMM. Love her!
Thank you for a wonderful giveaway! I’m international.

Ilona and Gordon are definitely go to authors for me. Yay for the release of Steel’s Edge. I don’t reread very often because my TBR pile is so huge, but when I do, it’s usually the Kate Deniels series, Patricia Briggs (AO or Mercy Thompson), Shelly Laurenston, or Eileen Wilks’ World of the Lupi series.

My go to authors are: Patricia Briggs, Karen Chance, Karen Moning, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Ilona Andrews, Lisa Kleypas, Sabrina Jeffries, JD Robb. Thanks for the giveaway – I’m in the USA.

US

Ilona Andrews, Anne Bishop, Patricia Briggs, Karen Chance, Charlie Huston, Karen Moning, Devon Monk, Jim Butcher

Carol Berg, Lois McMaster Bujold, Patricia Briggs, Seanan McGuire, Robin McKinley. I am in the U.S.

If I need a good laugh I will read and reread Shelly Laurenston. Lora Leigh is a another auto buy for me. I am in the U.S.

My go-to authors are Keri Arthur, Christina Dodd, Jayne Ann Krantz, Lydia Dare, Rachel Vincent, Gena Showalter, and Nora Roberts. I’m in the United States.

Linda Howard, Karen Robards and Nora Roberts are some of my favorite go-to authors. I enjoy their books, especially the romantic suspense. With Nora Roberts, no matter the genre the story is wonderful.

International

My go to author is Jayne Ann Krentz. Of course, she is also Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle. She literally has a book I can enjoy, no matter my mood or craving.

Hi
My go-to authors are JR Ward, Lara Adrian, Ilona Andrews (Kate Daniels series), Jeaniene Frost. I don’t usually re-read books.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Ilona Andrews is also one of my go to authors, as well as Nalini Singh. I always know I will love anything they write.

Jeaniene Frost, Ilona andrews, Patricia Briggs, Maria V. Snyder, Faith Hunter, Nalini Singh (Gulid Hunter since I read that series first) and I’ll stop with Kelley Armstrong and Kristen Cashore. (: I’m from Australia. (:

I have many go-to authors, but I re-read a lot of stories by Diana Palmer and Nora Roberts.
I live in the U.S.

I have tons of go to authors but if I need some humor with my read I go with Lynsay Sands and her Argeneau series. Thank you. USA 🙂

Thanks for the great giveaway and hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

Ilona Andrews is also one of my go to authors. So is Nora Roberts, Patricia Briggs, Jill Shalvis, Kevin Hearne, Dean Koontz 🙂

Happy Thanksgiving weekend! This is a fabulous give-away because I’m really looking forward to this book. I’m in the US.

My go-to authors are Patricia Briggs, Lois McMaster Bujold, Ilona Andrews, old Jayne Anne Krentz, old Elizabeth Lowell, and Eloisa James.

Ilona Andrews is for sure one of my go-to authors, as well as Kelley Armstrong, Seanan McGuire, Stacia Kane, Nalini Singh and Diana Rowland. I’m a big re-reader!
Also, I’m International.
Thanks for the giveaway!

I love this writing pair and would LOVE to get this book to add to my collection. Awesome giveaway… Thanks!

I LOVE this series. I didn’t know there was another book coming out. You just made my day even if I don’t win! Other go to authors would be Nalini Singh, KMM and Patricia Briggs. I’m in the US -Thanks!

My go-to authors are Ilona Andrews, Patricia Briggs, Connie Brockway, Grace Burrowes, Janet Chapman, Kresley Cole, Lydia Dare, Dianne Duvall, Jacquelyn Frank, Jeaniene Frost, Sherrilyn Kenyon/Kinley MacGregor, Monica McCarty, Karen Marie Moning, Lynsay Sands, and Kerrelyn Sparks.

Im fom the US. My go-to authors are Ilona Andrews and Karen Chance. But Neil Gaiman is a close third. Fantastic storytellers, all! Thanks so much for the potential opportunity to pick up a copy of a book Ive been on-the-edge-of-my-seat waiting for.

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