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Friday, October 30, 2009

GIVEAWAY! Five Copies of TAMED BY A LAIRD


If you missed winning this one over the past couple of months here is another chance!  THANKS to Anna and Hachette Books!  There will be FIVE (5) Winners!!
  • Mass Market Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Forever (July 1, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446541370
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446541374

National bestselling author Amanda Scott sweeps readers back to the turbulent fourteenth-century Scottish Borders, where valiant men and women risk everything for their land. Jenny Easdale is ready to accept her fate. She's agreed to marry a man she will never love - yet not before slipping away for one last adventure. Following a traveling minstrel troupe, she's whisked into a world of intoxicating freedom. Then, all too soon, she finds herself in danger - from a vengeful political plot against Scotland and from the man who has come to take her home.
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TO ENTER:

1. Comment here telling me what you think about arranged marriages. Please include your email address, so I can contact you if you win.

2. For an extra entry, become a follower or tell me if you are already a follower.

3. For another entry, blog, facebook, tweet (any of those networks!) about this giveaway and tell me where you did.

4. Leave a separate comment for each entry or you'll only be entered once. (This method is used to make it easier to put the entries into the random generator!)

(Three total entries possible.)

* This contest is only open to residents of US and Canada.
* No P.O. Boxes Please - for shipping reasons.
* This contest will close Midnight (Central) on November 20, 2009. The winners will be randomly selected from all entries.

23 comments:

  1. In societies where arranged marriages are the norm, women are raised to believe that they have no other choice. They must accept, and in many cases, endure, marriage to someone chosen by others to be their husband. Thank goodness I live in a free Democratic society with freedom of choice!
    gcwhiskas at aol dot com

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  2. Hi, Martha! I am a Google Friend Connect Follower.
    gcwhiskas at aol dot com

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  3. Hi Martha,
    Met you last night at author island became a follower yesterday and here I am. I would like to enter for Taimed by Laird it reall sounds pretty good.
    My views on arranged marraiges is that they are just plain wrong. A person should have a choice in who they will spend the rest of their life with. There is no love in this type of marraige. i mean how can you love someone you are forced to be with.
    misty_labean@yahoo.com

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  4. I am a follower and happy to be the first one posting today....

    misty_labean@yahoo.com

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  5. Well I guess maybe I shouldn't have spoke to soon on being first to post since you approve before you post I might not be the first.

    I have posted contes at my blog @ http://paranormalbooklovers.blogspot.com

    misty_labean@yahoo.com

    Happy Holloween Martha!!!!!!

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  6. Just stopping by to say hello and thank you for the congrats on my new granddaughter! *smiling* - not entering contest, but I am following you now!

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  7. Hi Ladies! I don't always reply to contest entries but I wanted to reply to you:
    Virginia - good comment! Thanks for coming by!

    Mitz! Nice to see you here- I couldn't get into your blog listed on the Chat so I'm glad you posted it here. :) I'll pop over! You were close to first!

    Kathryn - I loved your pics of Maggie Valley ... and of course the new grandbaby too!! Both are gorgeous! Thanks for following!

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  8. I think that most often, arranged marriages are not a good thing. I suppose some people might look at them as one less decision to make in life. That actually takes the fun out of the whole dating and marriage thing in my book.
    You could also look at arranged marriages as blessings in disguise for some people, as they often do work out and the couples learn to love each other and have productive lives.

    Deidre
    deidre_durance at hotmail dot com

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  9. I'm a follower.

    Deidre
    deidre_durance at hotmail dot com

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  10. I think arranged marriages are a bad idea in real life, but are great for novels. :)
    Theresa N
    weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. Arranged marriages are not good, IMO. Life is too short to be stuck with a nimrod!

    Thanks,
    Tracey D
    booklover0226 AT gmail DOT com

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  12. I am a follower (booklover0226)

    Thanks,
    Tracey D
    booklover0226 AT gmail DOT com

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  13. I've read books where arranged marriages work out, but this is only in fiction. I just don't see them working in today's society. Have a great day.

    house_mouse88 at yahoo dot com

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  14. I'm a follower of your blog.

    house_mouse88 at yahoo dot com

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  15. I am already a follower!!

    Judy (magnolias_1@msn.com)

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  16. I have always been glad I did not live in a time where there were arranged marriages. I believe you should have a choice. I know sometimes you make the wrong choice, but that is what make you who you are.

    magnolias_1@msn.com
    Judy

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  17. I can't stand the idea of arranged marriages.

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway.
    jake.lsewhere[at]gmail.com

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  18. I'm a follower via Friend Connect.

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway.
    jake.lsewhere[at]gmail.com

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  19. I know of a friend who is Indian and her marriage was arranged by her parents. Although the idea is foreign to us, she did not mind and her marriage is thriving!
    Please enter me to win!
    laura@laurafabiani(dot)com

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  20. I've also blogged about this giveaway here.

    Thanks,
    jake.lsewhere[at]gmail.com

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  21. I think arranged marriages worked in the past but wouldn't work out well for most people today. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  22. I think at one time arranged marriages where a good idea for the families involved
    con5459(at)gmail(dot)com

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  23. This Giveaway is now closed! Thank you everyone who entered!

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