Sunday, 14 December 2014

Flash Giveaway: Win these Snow Crystal trilogy books by Sarah Morgan

In the spirit of Christmas I have decided to host an extra giveaway for existing followers (blog, Twitter or FB page) to win my paperback copies of the three books in the Snow Crystal trilogy by Sarah Morgan, Sleigh Bells in the Snow (read once), Suddenly Last Summer (bought secondhand) and Maybe this Christmas (new) as I also have all 3 books as eBooks :-)


Once upon a time Kayla loved Christmas

Now she’s more dedicated to her job than decking the halls, and can’t wait for the ‘most wonderful time of the year’ to be over.

Until she arrives at the enchanting Snow Crystal ski resort, determined to win gorgeous owner Jackson as a marketing client.

But wooing Jackson professionally quickly turns personal as they spend flirty festive nights in this glittering winter wonderland.

With snowflakes swirling and sleigh bells ringing…could Jackson be the one to make Kayla fall back under the Christmas spell?

There are some summers you’ll remember forever

Fiery chef Élise is determined to make this summer one of them – but with the grand opening of her chic French café falling apart – it looks like it might for all the wrong reasons.

Until Sean O’Neill comes back to town.

Last Summer Élise and Sean shared one hazy whirlwind night together – and Elise is looking forward to repeating their last encounter.

As long as she can stick to her one-night-only rule and listen to her head rather than her heart. After all, Sean hates life in his home town and is planning on leaving again soon as he can.

But recapturing the magic of last summer could be about to change everything….

Brenna’s not dreaming of a white Christmas… As a professional skier she’s already had too many to count!

Brenna’s more concerned about finally spending the season with the man she’s loved as long as she can remember – her best friend Tyler.

Single dad Tyler is determined to make sure his daughter, Jess, has the best Christmas ever. He can’t afford to be distracted by Brenna moving into his family’s snow-capped ski resort. Especially as that mistletoe magic has him looking at Brenna in a whole new light.

Until a surprise kiss means the relationship Brenna’s always dreamed of feels so close she could almost touch it.

Could this be the Christmas her dreams of a happy-ever-after finally come true?

Entry is easy, simply leave a comment on the blog post about something Christmassy... a Christmas memory or tradition, your favourite Christmas song/carol, film or book, who you'd like to snog under the mistletoe or what you're looking forward to most this year... anything goes as look as it's Christmasy ;)

I'll select the winner at 6pm on Tuesday by putting all names into a bowl (as I don't have a hat!) and I'll pick a winner at random.  You'll then need to email me your address to enable me to post the books to you.

24 comments:

  1. Thanks for the chance to win this, it's an awesome giveaway!

    My favourite song is All I want for Christmas, it always has been. My favourite film is Love Actually.

    I love christmas so much while I was trying to support my self through uni at christmas I was an elf, not many people know that ha ha.

    Happy Christmas

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    1. He He any photos of you as an elf ;)

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  2. Most looking forward to a christmassy walk in the woods, followed by a mulled wine in the pub by a roaring fire, then off home to curl up with a good book x

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  3. My husband & I were just dating we spent time in new your i magical at Christmas the Rockefeller tree store windows enchanting a month later we were engaged.married a year later Christmas time,
    Happy holidays to you.

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  4. My Favourite Christmas Song Is Driving Home For Christmas xxx

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  5. Every year once all the nativity shows are done and dusted in school.I look forward to the morning of the Christmas holidays. The kids are given a party with lots to eat and I put a Christmas movie on the I.W.B. Then the whole school goes to the hall to sing ots of carols and generally just unwind and let loose after a hectic term. My favourite song we sing is The Christmas Alphabet which I am trying to teach my junior infants.As I write this only four more days to this special morning :)

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  6. watching the wizard of oz when i was seven and my mum telling me it was magic when it went color, amazing

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  7. I love Christmas, especially the smell of the cookies in the kitchen. It makes me feel warm and cozy and positive.

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  8. Oooh I could do with a nice Christmassy read! This year I'm looking forward to having Christmas Dinner cooked for me by somebody else, for the first time in about 35 years. Mind you as I love cooking, I'll probably find it frustrating rather than relaxing!

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  9. Our family tradition is to open our presents (except Santa, obvs) on Xmas Eve. Has always been my favourite day of the year :)

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  10. Christmas - I remember when we would all gather around the breakfast table sipping hot chocolate while mom made us breakfast! Christmas morning however we skipped that and went straight to the tree! Back then we were happy with anything... and I do mean ANYTHING. I wish todays generation had that respect and gratitude!!!

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  11. Sharon, thanks so much, now I can leave comment :)
    well, I actually can't wait for my daughter to open all her presents - I think it is the first time she's going to be really aware of what's happening, and soo hope that all her dreams will come true :)
    Agi xx

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    1. I'm going to a friend's for Christmas and her twin 2yo granddaughters will be there so can't wait to see their faces whilst opening their presents ;)

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  12. Looking forward to Christmas Day, always busy for us. Breakfast and presents at home then to my parents for more presents and lunch then to the in-laws for more presents and dinner and a party! Plus it's my birthday 😊

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  13. Seeing my children's smiling faces when the open their presents ver earl on Christmas morning.

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  14. I love all of the family traditions for Christmas. Reading A CHRISTMAS CAROL for one.

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  15. Our family always open their presents after lunch and one by one watching each other x

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  16. I love Christmas,and looking forward to spend time with my family :)

    My favourite Christmas song is Let It Snow by Dean Martin.

    Thank you for the amazing giveaway Shaz!

    Happy Holidays to you and your family,all the best :)

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  17. Another fab giveaway Sharon, I've not read any Sarah Morgan books before so would love to win these to try them.

    I'm going to go for the Christmas eye candy to snog... it would have to be Idris Elba ;)

    Mary x

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  18. As a child, I loved staying up for midnight Mass, coming home and being allowed to open my presents, because it was Christmas Day!

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  19. Not sure if I've missed the deadline since it's only 4:30 PM my time, but I'll give it a shot anyway :) One of my absolute favorite parts of Christmas is driving down my neighborhood block and seeing all of the beautiful lights and decorations!

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  20. Sorry forgot to announce the winner who was Tracy and books already posted to her.

    Hope everyone has a fantastic Christmas

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