A Contest! Historical Undone - Win One!

Thanks to Harlequin, keeper of all the magical ebooks I could ever want ever omg more please, I have a weekend giveaway – woo hoo!

Today Harlequin is launching “Historical Undone:” short historical romances, the way-back-machine version of the Nocturne Bites stories, if you will.

If you’d like to test drive a Historical Undone title, drop a comment below, and three winners will be selected randomly to win a coupon code good for one free Undone title from now until 30 November. Here is some sexy fine print:

Each coupon code can be used once and should be inputted at Checkout after the customer has put the Undone title of their choice in their shopping cart. They are redeemable at http://www.eBooks.eHarlequin.com

*fans self* Woo!

Plus, the nice people with the coupons at Harlequin (Hi nice people!) have also asked that I let y’all know that during the month of November, they’ll be hosting an Afternoon Delights special: every day in November, several Spice Briefs and Nocturne Bites, along with the four Undone books available now, will be just 99¢. Check out this extremely convenient URL for more details and your 99-cent selection.

I’m kind of a fan of the shorter romance eBooks, because when I have time to read on my lunch break, I can finish one in under an hour. I read the first Noctune Bites, Racing the Moon while I had lunch one day, and finishing a romance before it was time to clock back in was quite satisfying.

So, if you’d like to test drive a title from the Historical Undone series, let me know – drop a comment from now until midnight Sunday EST, and if you win, it’s shopping time!

 

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  1. 1
    Erastes says:

    I’d love one! *crosses fingers*

  2. 2
    StacieMc says:

    Pick me! (pretty please)

  3. 3
    Maria O. says:

    Ooh! These sound nifty!

  4. 4
    tudorpot says:

    waves- I’d love to try one.

  5. 5
    elianara says:

    Yes, I’d like to test one.

  6. 6
    Peggy P says:

    Yeah, these sound like the perfect lunch time read, the best part of my work day!

  7. 7
    Sami says:

    Oh yes, nothing worse than having to tear yourself away from a book and get back to work!

  8. 8
    Bonnie Dee says:

    I’d love to check one out. I have a submission on the slush pile at Undone and I want to see if it seems to fit there.

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    Sarah says:

    Yes, tiny reads!

  11. 11
    Morgan says:

    I like shorter reads, too. Thanks, Harlequin!

  12. 12
    Elizabeth Wadsworth says:

    Count me in too, please!

  13. 13
    ms bookjunkie says:

    Moi aussi! Yes, please!

    (Isn’t a little high school French just so annoying?! *g*)

  14. 14
    God says:

    This sounds awesome! Pick me! Pick me! *waves hand furiously*

  15. 15
    Marilyn says:

    Sounds perfect for a slow Friday afternoon at work when I have nothing to do but sit and wait for the phone to ring.

  16. 16
    SusanL says:

    Sounds interesting.

  17. 17
    Dev says:

    I’d love one!  Sounds like a great quick read.

  18. 18
    Anya says:

    I’m supposed to be churning out my NaNoWriMo novel and resisting the temptation of reading.  Of course, I can’t resist temptation…

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    Susan G says:

    I love free reads! Thanks, Harlequin. (And Sarah!)

  21. 21
    Rebecca B. says:

    I’d love to check one out!

  22. 22
    CharmedKim says:

    A read that can be finished during one lunch break? Awesomeness!

  23. 23
    sistergolden says:

    Looks like the special is 89cents today!

    And please enter me in the contest—thanks!

  24. 24
    Rainbow Tea says:

    Had never heard of either Nocturne Bites nor Historical Undone. Sounds like something I’d love though. Thanks for the information!

    Spam word: reason69. Is it just me, or does the word-generator like to toss out ‘69’ a lot?

  25. 25
    MK says:

    Me, please!

  26. 26
    Vicki says:

    Oh, me, too. Sounds like a nice little purse sized morsel.

    Or something to read while waiting for a six year old to finish putting his shoes on.

  27. 27
    Grace says:

    Oooh, yes please!

  28. 28
    Lil' Deviant says:

    I’ll take a chance.  *grin*

    Word:  service 86 That book would have to make the rounds to service 86.  HA!

  29. 29
    Diane/Anonym2857 says:

    So does eHarlequin play nicely with your Kindle, or do you have to have it on a separate e-reader?

    Diane
    clueless about e-readers

  30. 30
    Lovecow2000 says:

    Can’t complain about something that’s free!  : P

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