Thursday, December 13, 2012

Holiday Gifts of Love Blog Hop - Kindle Fire Giveaway

It's a Happy Holiday from your favorite Authors and Bloggers. While we know everyone celebrates a different way, we wanted to make sure that you guys knew how much we treasure you all. So from Dec 14th to Dec 17th, all 200 or so of us will be blogging about the holidays and what they mean to us. We may talk about our favorite holiday traditions, recipes, gifts, reads, heroes, and so much more. We want to hear about what you do for the holidays, what you read, and who you'll spend it with. We hope to see you here and happy hopping!

And while we do that, we are EACH doing a giveaway. Yep. There will be over 200 giveaways on each blog hosted by that Author or Blogger. But that's not all....

We have THREE grand prizes. You as a reader can go to EACH blog and comment with your email address and be entered to win. Yep, you can enter over 200 times!

Now what are those prizes?
1st Grand Prize: A Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet2nd Grand Prize: A $200 Amazon or B&N Gift Card3rd Grand Prize: A Swag Pack that contains paperbacks, ebooks, 50+ bookmarks, cover flats, magnets, pens, coffee cozies, and more!

How to enter - leave a comment with your email!

I'm giving away an ecopy of both A Siren's Wish and Kissed - two erotic paranormal reads you'll enjoy over the holidays.

Christmas Martini
1 (1.5 fluid ounce) chocolate liqueur
1 (1.5 fluid ounce) creme de cacao or peppermint
1 tablespoon vodka
2 1/2 fluid ounces non-dairy vanilla-flavored creamer
2 teaspoons chocolate syrup
Pour the chocolate liqueur, creme de cacao, vodka, and creamer into a cocktail shaker over ice. Cover, and shake until the outside of the shaker has frosted. Dip the rim of a chilled martini glass in chocolate syrup. Strain the cocktail into the glass to serve.
Enjoy while you read A Siren’s Wish

I love Christmas. It’s a time to believe in miracles, time to reach out to those we love and show them a bit more why they’re so important to us. I wrote A Siren Wish because I wanted to showcase a tortured soul who is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice to save a person. There’s nothing sexy about cancer but showcasing it in this novella enabled me to show a strong man, determined to fight it but willing to give his heart and soul to a beautiful woman. And, honestly in my life these days it seems everyone I know has cancer so I wanted that miracle.

A Siren’s Wish by Renee Field
Sasha was an enticing Siren until a Sea Witch cursed her, turning her into a human and a succubus. Her curse – she must have sex or she will go insane. All that changes when she meets Chase, a cop with stage three cancer. Will Sasha believe in the miracle of Christmas and risk her life for his or will the Sea Witch’s curse mark her for eternity?

Fear clawed at Sasha. What she was about to do had severe ramifications. But for him she was willing to risk it. Life was a choice and it was beautiful and more than ever she wanted him to understand what she had become. A part of her knew it was a selfish want.
“Take my hand. I’m going to show you something I would never normally show anyone but you, Chase, are a man of worth who deserves to see his fate.”
He gave a soft chuckle. “Okay, now fate is not a sexy word, Dr. Rivers. Let’s go back to that word pleasure. I quite enjoyed how that sounded on your lovely mouth.”
Sasha fought not to chuckle. “Sasha, my name’s Sasha. And as much as I’d like nothing more than to give you the pleasure I crave, I need you to understand the terms of the offer. Please pay attention, Chase because what I’m about to show you will change you.”
He wrapped her hair around his wrist and dragged her closer. She moved her body so that she could perch on the side of his bed. Sasha understood his intentions but realized it would make what she was about to do easier. Sasha waited for him to digest her words.
He nodded, grinned more and said, “I’m yours.”
Two words that had more meaning than he could ever know. Sasha didn’t speak. Instead she placed her hands over his chest, feeling the rhythmic beat and only then did she let her Siren powers course through him. His heartbeat sped up and his breath hitched.
A few minutes later it was done. He unclasped her hair and sank against the pillows. He ran a shaky hand through his own ruffled hair.
“Fuck, what the hell was that? My freaking life just flashed before my eyes and, fuck…”
Sasha watched him continue to rake a hand nervously through his sandy brown hair. She longed to run her fingers through his wavy hair, but instead waited for him to fully understand what she’d shown him.
“Was that for real?”
His voice was soft, sounding resigned. A part of Sasha felt intense sorrow that he knew his fate. Sadly, Sasha nodded. “I am sorry.”
Still staring at the ceiling he said, “Not half as sorry as I am. No fucking way do I want to die like that.”
“I can change that.” Sasha rushed on by disclosing what she really was. She could tell by his wide-eyed expression he wasn’t buying it. The only way to show him was to kiss him, fully with all her Siren passion and for once in Sasha’s human life fear clawed at her.
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Shawnie Nicole said...

Man I have been missing out with the Christmas Reads. LoL!

Gaele said...

thank you for participating and sharing the drinks recipe... all the best to you and yours this season

glhince at gmail dot com

Shari Jung said...

Thank you for participating!

Happy Holidays!

jung {dot} shari {at} gmail {dot} com

laurie said...

Thanks for the giveaway!

xxsquigglesxx said...

Thanks for participating in the hop! Happy holidays!


LEENA7 said...

I have survived cancer twice so this books sounds good. Thank you for this chance,

Cassandra said...

Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

BLHmistress said...

That Christmas Martini looks delicious, and I like the Sound of A Siren's Wish too. Have a Happy Holiday!

Dawna N.


Veronika said...

Merry Christmas to you! Thank you for the giveaway!
verusbognar (at) gmail (dot) com

Shar Simms said...

Happy Holidays! Great Giveaway!


Beckey said...

Not a martini drinker but that recipe seems like it may be good to try ...

Happy Holidays

Raonaid Luckwell said...

Thanks for having a stop for the blog hop. I hope you and yours have a merry christmas

Raonaid at gmail dot com

crystaley73 said...

Thanks for the great giveaways and Merry Christmas

crystaley73 at yahoo dot com

K. April Holgate said...

Happy Happy Holidays! Thanks for the great giveaway!

Susan Frances said...

Hi Renee,
Me too, I also know quite a few people who have had cancer. Some survived and some didn't. I don't know what that is about. It makes no sense how somebody who has never smoked could contract lung cancer, and so on. It's good that you are addressing this issue in your story. Sometimes, I think fiction is the only place we can find answers to real problems. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Tonda said...

Your novella sounds awesome, I can't wait to read it! Thanks!

Liese2 said...

Thanks for the great excerpt and Happy Holidays!

Solera Winters said...

The Christmas Martini sounds delicious. :) Your story intrigues me. I love the myths.

magic5905 said...

Thanks for the great hop.
magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

kimberly holgate said...

thanks for the excerpt book sounds good
kaholgate at ymail dot com

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Anonymous said...

One of my favorite Christmas Romance Books is The Untamable Rogue by Annette Blair! The story is about Ashford Blackburne Fifth Earl and he has to get married and get his willing bride pregnant before Christmas or his grandfather won’t let him inherit his money. Ash truly needs to inherit the money because his late father squandered it all away and he is taking care of his mother. After getting stood up at the alter, again, Ash and his friends go to the local pub where the owner plays a drunken Ash in a card game…his consolation prize is the pubs daughter Larkin, who he wants to get ride of. Ash has to learn to forgive…Larkin has to learn how to trust…can two completely different people find love together. This is a cute, extremely funny, romantic story with a surprise Christmas ending!

Leela Dahlin said...

Your story sounds great and I think it would go perfectly with that drink :)

Thanks for being a part of the blog hop. Happy Holidays

LeelaLou (AT)comcast (dot) net

Missie1 said...

Happy Holidays, Big Hugs
Missie Jones
missie25524@netzero .com

Amy said...

Happy Holidays!

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Karen Michelle Nutt said...

Love your header! When Myths Come True..Wonderful!!

I thought you were participating with the Secret Santa Blog Hop. I didn't see a post for that, but I thought I'd at least stop in for this one and wish you a Merry Christmas!!

kmnbooks at yahoo dot come

Shadow said...

What an awesome hop!! And a fantastic giveaway! Thank you!! Happy holidays to you all! Best wishes and many blessings!

Isabelle Werneck said...

I know many people with cancer also. Really I wish for this miracle every day.

Happy Holidays!

Mer said...

Yum! That does sound like a perfect escape from holiday stress.

dancingcelt at gmail dot com

Holly Underhill said...

Hello, thanks for the giveaway!

LisaRayns said...

I'm spending this holiday season with my family and hoping to win so I can read more romances. I don't have an ereader. Happy Holidays! lisarayns at gmail dot com

Krysykat said...

I need to read this.


Marlene Breakfield said...

That sounds like a good read. Thanks for the giveaway.

Carla said...

My favorite thing about this season is cookies; I love making and eating them. Everyone is so willing to share.
planterofhope at aol dot com

JulieBites said...

Thanks for the recipe, can't wait to try it.

juliebites at gmail dot com

cky15 said...

cky15: love this hopping get to read some good books to add to my list.

Enigmeg said...

Ooooh - drink looks scrumptious!
Email is enigmeg at

Kimberly Smith said...

What a holly jolly hop you have!!!!