Hanukkah, Day Three - Puzzle Bugaloo!

Hey, look! Puzzles! Harlequin VINTAGE puzzles! How fun is that? 

I have a secret love of doing jigsaw puzzles. I rarely have the time to sit and do one, but once we get started I have the best time. So imagine my glee when Harlequin sent me a collection of their new Harlequin puzzles. 

See? Aren't they cute? 

Each one is 1000 pieces, and each features some awesome old-skool Harlequin art, like the covers for Where the Wolf Leads and Murder Man – and my fave, Message from a Corpse.

So today we have THREE prizes. Three winners will get a puzzle, AND a $50 gift card to the bookstore of their choosing. You know, so you can read and do puzzles at the same time, because that totally works. 

I do ship internationally, so overseas entries are welcome. Void where prohibited. Must be over 18 to win. Call toll free before digging. PC LOAD LETTER.

Terrarium, lamp, and clown toy in picture not included (how the hell would I mail a terrarium, I do NOT know). 

All you have to do is leave a comment and tell me which book you'd like to buy should you win a bookstore gift card, and you're entered to win. You've got about 24 hours – ready set go! 

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  1. 1
    Blodeuedd says:

    I would love to buy A local Habitation by Seanan McGuire :D

  2. 2
    Kfoster says:

    I would say the first would be the new Bella Andre novel!!  I’m excited just thinking if how fast that $50 would go (and a little sad)!!!!

  3. 3
    Lisa J says:

    Lothaire by Kresley Cole.  Hard cover prices suck!

  4. 4
    Lori Lindle says:

    I’d buy True Shot by Joyce Lamb.  Books & puzzles, yay!

  5. 5
    michele atb says:

    Perhaps EIKAL, which I still haven’t read. I blame the self-imposed book-buying hiatus until my TBR pile is reduced to a manageable size, which I’m hoping will happen during the festive season break. Who needs food, right? It’s all about the reading.

  6. 6
    Brooke says:

    Oooooh, my Booksfree queue would become manageable!  Something by Jill Sorenson as I have just been introduced to her.

  7. 7
    Jenny Dolton says:

    I’d buy Pegasus Part 2 by Robin McKinley… OH WAIT. It’s not coming out for at least three more years. Nevermind. (I’m not bitter about that or anything.)

    It would probably be Anne Gracie’s or Gaylen Foley’s new books. They come out soon, don’t they?

  8. 8
    Beth says:

    I would buy anything by Susan Mallery..I lover her books!

  9. 9
    Jennifer says:

    At the top of my wishlist at the moment is Heart of Steel by Meljean Brook.

  10. 10
    punta mareda says:

    I would buy Fate’s Edge, to complete my Ilona Andrews collection.

  11. 11
    Nora Bear says:

    It is the end of the year and therefore I need my annual bathroom read. This year I’ve selected Uncle John’s Bathroom reader.

  12. 12
    Aidaalberto66 says:

    The new Steven King book which I still haven’t read but heard really good reviews about. There are so many great books out there that the money would go in the blink of an eye.  And I love puzzles.  I think they are so much fun.

  13. 13
    Amy P says:

    I have been on a regency hist. kick and a friend just recommended Joanna Bourne so I would try her.  Also, the new Maya Banks KGI book comes out soon.

  14. 14
    peggy h says:

    I would get A Lady Awakened (comes out next week, so just in time, right? :))

  15. 15
    Ashlyn Macnamara says:

    Oh, I love jigsaw puzzles, too. As for what I’d buy, I’ve been hankering to read Simone Elkeles’ YS series starting with Perfect Attraction. I’m also strangely intrigued by the latest Stephen King book.

  16. 16
    Jenyfer says:

    Oooohh….. puzzles and books! With $50 I could buy several of the later JD Robb books because I am WAY behind with Eve and Roarke’s life :)

  17. 17
    Hkrystofiak says:

    I would buy the earlier books in the Repairman Jack series.  They’re not romance, but Jack is the most romantic character I’ve ever read.  (Think Barrons, but actually showing emotion)

  18. 18
    Ann Rose says:

    I’ve been hankering for the latest J.P. Beaumont novel by J.A. Jance—I started reading Jance with her “Beau” books and think they are still the best of all her series. Now, years on, Beau has found a sweetheart after a disastrous first marriage in the first book ended in, well, disaster (she was a psychopath, he had to shoot her in a “suicide by cop”).

  19. 19
    Lily says:

    I would like to buy Courtney Milan’s book “Unraveled”

  20. 20
    Renda says:

    Something by Josh Lanyon would be lovely.

  21. 21
    Mary Beth says:

    I would have to eenie-meenie-miney-mo between Ilona Andrew’s Fate’s Edge or Eloisa James’ The Duke Is Mine. With $50, though, I could buy both and a few more besides!

    @ Jenny Dolton:lol. Somehow I missed the information that the Pegasus book ended midway through the story. As I was reading it, I could see how few pages were left and how the story wasn’t wrapping up . . . and I flipped ahead thinking, “oh no, this book is missing pages!” ready to race to the library and get another copy. I couldn’t believe that I was supposed to be left hanging for years!

  22. 22
    JenniferP says:

    I’d buy Never to Sleep by Rachel Vincent.

    1) She’s an awesome writer
    2) I was planning to buy it anyway because I am addicted to her Soul Screamers books
    3) She’s even more awesome because, since Harl. Teen wouldn’t let her give this one away for 6 months like her first 3 SS novellas, she’s going to donate all royalties from first 6 months of sales to St. Jude.

  23. 23
    Jennie says:

    I would buy The Duke is Mine by Eloisa James. She is one of my favorite Historical Romance authors and her Fairy Tales series is amazing!

  24. 24
    Jo O says:

    I think I’d buy The Bride Wore Black Leather by Simon R Green. No other way could I justify paying the hardback price for this.

  25. 25
    Carin says:

    There’s a new book coming out at the end of December.  New author.  Historical.  You and Jane raved about it in the podcast.  Something about land management and needing to have a baby so the evil heir apparent won’t inherit?  That’s the one I want.  (And obviously I’m totally relying on you to pimp the book and publish the title and author again soon!)

  26. 26
    Doris says:

    I would buy Unraveled.  I’ve loved the others in this series and I’m looking forward to Smite!

  27. 27
    Jennifer Estep says:

    I would buy Rainshadow Road by Lisa Kleypas, even though it isn’t coming out until late February.

  28. 28
    Hannah says:

    oh my goodness, I love jigsaw puzzles and these are amazing. I’d buy a bunch of kids’ books with $50 as I have friends with kids who needs books, but I couldn’t tell you which kids’ book I’d buy.

  29. 29
    Kristin I. says:

    I’d get Cowboy Cassanova.  I’m just a little addicted to Lorelei James.

  30. 30

    I’d definitely buy “A Dance With Dragons” by George RR Martin. I’d love to own it, but I just cant afford to spend $35 on a hardcover!

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