Congratulations to Ingeborg, the winner for commenting.
Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses Tour for More Than This by Shannyn Schroeder, a Contemporary Romance available now from eKensington.
The tour will run every Monday for 12 weeks starting on April 1, 2013, and Shannyn is available for guest post and interviews. A copy of the book is available for review via NetGalley in conjunction with a guest post or interview (NOTE: This is only available on NetGalley until March 31, 2013, so if you want to review, you must download it prior to that date).
Shannyn will be awarding a $10 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour.
Learning her ex-husband is going to be a father, Quinn Adams is determined to have a baby of her own—without the partnership of a man. But her sister and friends believe she needs to focus on herself first, and step out of her comfort zone by completing a list of adventures. Challenge number one is to go on five dates within two weeks. After a few disastrous attempts, Quinn’s ready to give up—until sexy bartender Ryan O’Leary offers his assistance.
Ryan has always been the dependable one in his family, often at his expense. But lately, he’s been longing for a life—and a woman—of his own. The woman he has in mind is Quinn. Though it seems all she wants is friendship, Ryan can’t ignore the explosive chemistry he feels between them. In the hopes of becoming closer, Ryan offers to help out with Quinn’s list. But when she asks him for a serious favor, he’s afraid it will jeopardize his chance to become more than friends.
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