Fiction, Fun

Get Ready for “The Palms” with This Fun E-Book Giveaway!

giveaway-badgeAs you many know, we’re just a few weeks from the release of my new novella, The Palms.

I’m pretty happy about that. Very happy, in fact.

That’s why, to celebrate, I’ve decided to offer a fun e-book giveaway. I want to load up your Kindle, Nook, or other e-reader with some of the hottest titles out there! What’s more, some awesome authors have agreed to help me do it! So who’s on the list?

One copy each of:

1. Faking It by Cora Carmack

2. Decension By B.C. Burgess

3. Don’t Hate the Player… Hate the Game by Katie Ashley

4. Falling For Her Fiance by Cindi Madsen

5. The Palms by S.Celi

6. The Undesirable by S. Celi

That’s a total of six books! How awesome is that? And just in time for summer reading!

To enter, just click here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

The giveaway contest ends June 10th!

And… be sure to mark The Palms as “To-Read” on Goodreads, while you are at it! Here is the synopsis:

Man and Woman Couple In Romantic Embrace On BeachThree days on Palm Beach will change everything. We all have one–the one who got away. For 31-year-old Trent Matthews, that woman is Lauren Crawford. For 28-year-old Lauren Crawford, that man is Trent Matthews. Ten years after they last saw each other on Palm Beach, an unexpected night at The Breakers sends Lauren and Trent roaring back into each others lives. She’s still sassy, sexy, and sophisticated. He’s still rich, handsome, and an expert with women. The years have passed, but old feelings haven’t died. Not even close. Now, these two have a second chance at love.The problem is–Trent left Lauren without any explanation in 2002. She’s still mad and confused. Back then, Trent had his reasons–about a dozen–for his abrupt exit from her life. But even a decade later, he doesn’t want to admit all of them–or make them public. And that hesitation may cost him Lauren. Forever. Will Trent admit the mistakes of his youth? Will Lauren grant Trent her forgiveness? Or will they lose love again underneath THE PALMS?

*This story is novella length, at 23,000 words

Happy Reading!

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