Friday, February 14, 2014

Final Giveaway



Yesterday’s winners:

ALL 4 commenters. Why? There were only 4 of you and I love music more than I love Amazon.

Congratulations! My little one is up at the moment, so I haven't had a chance to send out emails yet, but I will. 

Sania, your email address is not in your profile or comment. Please send me an email: 
isis (at) isisrushdan (dot) com.

For the final giveaway, it's the winner's choice of a$10 gift card: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iTunes, Starbucks or $10 worth of books from the Book Depository.

For a chance to win, all you have to do is leave a comment letting me know if any book has ever influenced your view of love, relationships (romantic or platonic) or the opposite sex. If you don't feel like thinking too deeply, you can even tell me who you think is the sexiest hero or heroine from a book or comic.

The winner will be announced on Saturday.

24 comments:

  1. Bones from the night huntress series by Jeaniene Frost is the sexiest hero for me and he didreinforced my opinion that in arelationship you need to be hionest, utterly loyal and persistent ( so yes i'm not a lost cause and somewhere that man is there waiting for me)

    Happy St Valentine and thank you for this giveaway!

    isabelle(dot)frisch(at)gmail(dot)com

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  2. I don't think one ever has. I recognize that it is fiction.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

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  3. The sexiest hero is Jamie from Outlander.
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway. And Happy Valentine's Day !
    by.evie at yahoo dot com dot br

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  4. I'd have to say Mr. Darcy has made me want a love like that! Have a great Valentine's Day! ineedadietcoke at aol dot com

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  5. The relationship between Harry and Hermione really made me believe that it is possible for a girl and a guy to be absolute best friends, to go through everything together WITHOUT making things complicated and throwing that love bug in there ;) for me, their love for each other runs deeper than anything else. It showed a very different side of love that I absolutely adored. :) Happy Valentines day :D

    felina at live dot be

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  6. I think that Wesley from Princess Bride is the sexiest hero! Just love his "As you wish...."

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  8. While I can't think of an individual book that changed my view of relationships, the whole genre of urban fantasy with the kickass no holds barred heroine that put up with no ones crap, definitely had me revising my attitude to certain behavior of guys I dated. I swear though, I never left any of them bleeding--well maybe just one or two.
    alterlisa AT yahoo DOT com

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  9. I read a book years ago named something like My Scottish Summer and it was more erotic than I expected. But, it made me think twice about marrying my Irish husband and wondering if I should visit Scotland! Ha Ha

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  10. Arsen by Mia Asher influenced my view on love because it taught me that both partners have to work hard of their relationship and to always talk it out because if you just keep everything to yourself, most of the time their's cheating involved.

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  11. I can't remember any book influencing my opinion on anything. Books are fiction, written to enjoy so you don't have to think too deeply. Thank you for the giveaway!
    Bonnie Hilligoss - bonnie at bonnieanddave dot com

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  12. I would say Romeo and Juliet played a big part when I was younger. As I got older I would say the English Patient and Lorca's Blood Wedding not necessarily influenced me but gave me an outlook about depth and passion between people.

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  13. I think romance books in general influence readers views on romance and love...we all want the HEA we read about (I think we also look for the heroes we read about).
    susanmplatt at hotmail dot com

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  14. Sexiest hero is Four from divergent. Without a doubt!!

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  15. The Tiger's Curse series by Colleen Houck helped me understand that love really IS complicated, it's not just a Disney movie fairy tale. It takes work and sometimes it doesn't always work out the way you expect it to.
    Ashley A
    ash_app@hotmail.com

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  16. LOL Sorry about yesterday. I don't use iTunes and I wanted others to win. But I guess readers saw that comment and so they're here now? Or they just want the $10 gc for a book. :)

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  17. Thinking at all is hard for me today but I love Jennifer Ashley's shifters series for the warmth of community and love between mates. I want to live there :-). I can read them more than once and it's like going to visit and be surrounded by love.

    Enjoy that little one, Isis. They grow up all too fast.

    Sia McKye Over Coffee

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  18. Hm.. I remember when I was younger I started reading the JD Robb in Death series and Roarke became an ideal man for me. Not because of the money but just how much he loved Eve. I still love that series to this day. But since then there are plenty of super hot ones. :)
    Thank you for the giftcard! I was actually going to buy one tonight and saw that you sent me one. So uber big thanks and Happy Valentines day!

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  19. I can't think of a book that has influenced me in any way. I think Valerius from Seize the Night is super sexy.
    sstrode at scrtc dot com

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  20. Books, by their very nature, are designed to make us think. Every book we read changes us in some way, whether we realize it or not. The more we read, the more we know. I know more about love now, as a result of reading, than I did when I was a child. I also know that love is open and honorable, and doesn't choose based upon someone's sex or color or religion. Love is non-discriminatory. Yes, perhaps I could have learned this without reading, but reading sure helped to shape my belief. michelle_willms at yahoo dot com

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  21. Difficult question hehe. I think every book I read have giving me another view of life...We always learn something by reading. In romance, I'd say Jane Austen's books influenced me in some way, because in that time society was so different and people still managed to fall in love with just a few talks and dances, not even a kiss! I still think Pride and Prejudice is one of my favorites, not only for the romance, but because it also taught me now matter how right you think you are, you might be wrong and you shouldn't judge people!

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  22. I was influenced by the book Fascinating Womanhood
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  23. I do know that no real man has ever lived up to those I have read about. I'm sure they are out there though.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  24. sexiest hero has GOT to be Superman!!!

    cyn209 at juno dot com

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