#Giveaway Day 14: HJ Reader Appreciation EXTRAVAGANZA

Posted December 28th, 2014 by in Blog, Features, Giveaway, Reader Appreciation EXTRAVAGANZA, Reader Appreciation EXTRAVAGANZA / 84 comments

Harlequin Junkie Reader Appreciation EXTRAVAGANZA

#Giveaway Day 14
Are you on HJ’s NAUGHTY list?
The holiday season is a Prefect time for Celebrating and Giving.

We love our READERS!

We are Celebrating your support and readership of Harlequin Junkie blog with 17 days of Awesome #Giveaways!

From Naughty to Nice and Everything in between….

Starting Dec 15th be sure to stop by everyday until Dec 31 for a chance to win: Boxes of print books, Kindle Paperwhite, BookStore Gift Cards, Audio books, Christmas ornament, Custom Apron, T-Shirts and lotsa Swag!

Day 14 #Giveaway:


Up for grabs today, A Box-O-Sourcebookcasablanca Romance titles!

SB_casablanca Sourcebooks Casablanca is a diverse romance line, ft. amazing novels from talented authors.

Check out SourcebookCasablanca authors and titles here: casablancaauthors.blogspot.com

Enter to win a Box-O-Sourcebookcasablanca with these titles: 
  • Sinfully Ever After by Jayne Fresina
  • Lady Elinor’s Wicked Adventures by Lillian Marek
  • A Rake By Any Other Name by Mia Marlowe
  • The Rake’s Handbook by Sally Orr
  • Return To You by Samantha Chase
  • Slow Hand by Victoria Vane
  • The Deepest Night by Kara Braden
  • Full Blaze M. L. Buchman
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84 Responses to “#Giveaway Day 14: HJ Reader Appreciation EXTRAVAGANZA”

  1. Gabrielle Compolongo

    Sleigh Bells in the Snow by Sarah Morgan! It gives me all emotions and I love the relatable characters! Thanks for the chance!

  2. Patoct

    The Christmas Wedding Ring by Susan Mallery. It just gave me a warm feeling.

  3. Cathy P

    Unfortunately I haven’t read any holiday books in 2014 that I can remember. I love reading them though.

  4. Pennie M

    Merry Christmas, Baby by Jill Shalvis and The Twelve Nights of Christmas by Sarah Morgan.

  5. Trudy Dowling

    A Very Merry Hockey Christmas gave further insight into characters we have already met. Instead of just one way to celebrate the holiday there were many.

  6. Kate Sparks

    Any new or old Debbie Maccomber holiday book… Mrs Miracle… Mr Miracle..

  7. Crystal

    Oh my goodness there is no way I could pick a favorite. They are all my favorite!! I have read some really great Christmas books this year. Holiday Hide and Seek by Grace Augustine was great. So was Snow Angel Cove and Christmas Rance by RaeAnne Thayne. A Christmas of coal and Mistletoe by Bobbi Romans was really great too! There are so many great ones I’m horribly afraid I’ve missed a few. I love Christmas stories, can you tell?

  8. Kim Perry

    Merry Christmas Baby by Jill Shalvis!! I love the Lucky Harbor series and returning to a great couple!

  9. Janie McGaugh

    I’ve only read one Christmas book this year: A SEAL Wolf’s Christmas by Terry Spear. I enjoyed it, because it was fun and exciting.

  10. Lori P

    Merry Christmas Baby by Jill Shalvis and The Christmas Wedding Ring by Susan Mallery.

  11. Pat Walker Pinkston

    A SEAL Wolf’s Christmas by Terry Spear. Love her books, and her bears.

  12. Diane Sallans

    today I read Jennifer Ashley’s ‘Mackenzie Family Christmas’ – I love visiting that very unique family!

  13. angela smith

    A Christmas to Remember by Jenny Hale.it got me in the mood for christmas.and its a great holiday romance

  14. Christine Woinich

    I read “Her Christmas Earl” by Anna Campbell. I enjoyed it because of the unexpected beginning and how Blair means to fix the situation without pushing Philippa too hard. I also enjoyed the full circle of the story.

  15. Kim R.

    There are a lot of good holiday books. In the Christmas theme I’d say the best was the Mistletoe Effect by Melissa Cutler

  16. doveknoll

    I haven’t read any Christmas stories this year. I’ve bought several but haven’t had time to read in a long time. I’m so bummed about that and plan to make time so I can catch up on my books. The giveaway prize is amazing as usual. Thanks for the chance to win.

  17. Ellen C.

    The Lodge on Holly Road by Sheila Roberts. I liked the multiple HEAs, Also, not all the characters were perky/happy about the holidays. (Just like real life.)

  18. Joan V.

    The Mistletoe Effect by Mellisa Cutler was one of my favorites this year. Decker and Carina were so relatable to me. And Granny June was just so much fun with her smartphone.

  19. Inga

    The Christmas book I love was released last year, Starry Night by Debbie Macomber.

  20. Dina Kmett

    I read A LOT of books this year, but none of them were Christmas books. I generally don’t have good Christmases.(This year I was in bed sick. I haven’t even opened a gift yet). So, I guess I’m just not drawn to those kind of books. Now maybe if I started having some good Christmases…;)

  21. Gail S

    I’ve read several Holiday books but the one that was stands out right now was “The Lodge On Holly Road” By Sheila Roberts. It”s a story of several people who are all staying at the Lodge and how their lives intertwine with Christmas and how they all seem to find what they need most at Christmas. It was a heart warming story.

  22. Nicole Ortiz

    My Kindle broke so I have not had a chance to read any Holiday romance books.

  23. readmore (@ReedReadsMM)

    Merry Christmas, Baby by Jill Shelves. Lucky Harbor series is a favorite of mine and I especially like free-spirited Chloe. It’s always fun to get an update on your favorite characters, especially at the holidays.

  24. conniefischer

    While I have read many Christmas novels this year, I have to say that Jennifer Delamere’s “A Bride for the Season” was a really good novel that I thoroughly enjoyed.

  25. Colleen C.

    The Heart of Christmas by Brenda Novak… love her books especially her Whiskey Creek series!

  26. lori h

    Christine Feehan’s new Carpathian books. I look forward to the newest edition each September. They are awesome reads.

  27. holdenj

    I really liked The Lodge on Holly Road by Shelia Roberts. It incorporated the mom’s budding romance as well as the main heroine.

  28. Xoun J. Phetchamp

    Against The Wind by Kat Martin because it is set in Alaska. Loved reading about the clean air, beautiful sea and green mountains.

  29. Joy Isley

    The book I read had several stories in it. A Mistletoe Christmas. I got to read stories by Carla Cassidy and Marin Thomas and some other authors I had not read before. All the stories took place in Mistletoe, Texas

  30. Jean White

    Merry Christmas Baby by Jill Shalvis because I liked reading more about Chloe and Sawyer.

  31. Brianne

    I read a few good ones: Merry Christmas Baby by Jill Shalvis, Maybe this Christmas by Sarah Morgan, and Snow Angel Cove by Raeanne Thayne. I loved the family and small ton aspects of all of them. I was pulled into the story and felt like I was part of their world in all three books.

  32. Christine Maria Rose

    I really enjoyed the Tule Publishing Christmas in New York series

  33. marcyshuler

    I enjoyed seeing everyone from Lucky Harbor in Merry Christmas, Baby by Jill Shalvis. I am sad the series is over though.

  34. BookLady

    Holiday stories I enjoyed were What a Lady Needs for Christmas by Grace Burrowes and All I Want for Christmas is Blue (Lord and Lady Spy) by Shana Galen. Great stories by two of my favorite historical romance authors!

  35. Morgan VanLier

    By Winter`s Light by Stephanie Laurens. I love reading about the Cynsters 🙂

  36. ndluebke

    I haven’t read too many but An Unexpected Kiss by Cindy Roland Anderson, which is book 1 of the Christmas In Snow Valley set. It was a warm and cozy romance.

  37. laurieg72

    Linda Lael Miller’s
    I liked this book because Linda has a way of making you care for the hero and heroine. You want to know what happens to the characters. You feel like they are your friends or a relative. She showcases strong famiilies with both the McKettricks and the Creeds. I liked Lizzie and Morgan and Lincoln and Juliana’s stories..

  38. Glenda

    Contemporary fav – Cowboy Boots for Christmas (Cowboy Not Included) by Carolyn Brown because the characters are very real and and it was a very sweet story. Plus the feud was pretty funny.

    Historical fav – What a Lady Needs for Christmas by Grace Burrowes because I love Graces’ writing. Her characters are very real – no one is perfect but they all are trying to improve themselves. Plus it’s worth the money just for the Rabbit scene. 🙂

  39. erinf1

    I’m also gonna have to go w/ Sleigh Bells in the Snow by Sarah Morgan 🙂 Thanks for the fun giveaway!

  40. Madison W F

    A new release by Bet Ciotta called Enchanting Christmas. It was a bit of magic and heartening.

  41. taswmom

    Because of some family issues, I haven’t been able to pleasure read for a few months. I’m starting again, so I’ll be reading some soon, but didn’t read one this year.

  42. belindaegreen

    You asked: Your Favorite Holiday story of 2014? Tell us why.

    My favorite so far is Santa’s Helper by Yvette Hines. It’s a heart warming story about Nicole and David and how they work thru the conflict of trusting each other. Great story!

    Thanks for the opportunity,

    Belinda G

  43. nicholskathy

    I loved “A Virgin River Christmas” by Robyn Carr. I’ve read this books several times I love it that much!

  44. Glenda S. Hefty

    December Wedding by Emelle Gamble that I received free is the only Christmas book I’ve probably read. I squeezed in some time to read it and enjoyed it. What I needed for Christmas was more time to read any books and sadly, I’m still in short supply!

  45. Jennifer Taylor

    I haven’t read any Christmas books that was released this year but I read The Christmas Blessing and The Christmas Shoes.

  46. Judy Goodnight

    Merry Christmas, Baby by Jill Shalvis. I just started reading Christmas in the Duke’s Arms.

  47. Allison W

    I don’t think I’ve read any, but I wanted to read Jill shalvis’ book

  48. Miriam Smith

    Christmas in the Duke’s Arms. The stories are all different but all are centered around an inn aptly named “The Duke’s Arms.”

  49. ELF

    I enjoyed several Christmas stories…including All I Want for Christmas by Jessica Scott! (sniffle)

  50. mrsmac19

    Yours for Christmas by Susan Mallery. Bailey & Kenny made for a great, sweet holiday read! 🙂

  51. Kai W.

    A Kiss of Christmas Magic Boxed Set. I love every stories in this set and it is so perfect for the Holidays.