Thursday, December 6, 2018

On the sixth day of Christmas, Stuck In Books did a giveaway...



Stuck In Books is pleased to present day six of the twelve days of Christmas...giveaways!



Hardback of The Frame-Up by Meghan Scott Molin
AND
ARC of Season of Wonder by RaeAnne Thayne



By day she writes comic books. By night, she lives them.

MG Martin lives and breathes geek culture. She even works as a writer for the comic book company she idolized as a kid. But despite her love of hooded vigilantes, MG prefers her comics stay on the page.

But when someone in LA starts recreating crime scenes from her favorite comic book, MG is the LAPD’s best—and only—lead. She recognizes the golden arrow left at the scene as the calling card of her favorite comic book hero. The thing is…superheroes aren’t real. Are they?

When the too-handsome-for-his-own-good Detective Kildaire asks for her comic book expertise, MG is more than up for the adventure. Unfortunately, MG has a teeny little tendency to not follow rules. And her off-the-books sleuthing may land her in a world of trouble.

Because for every superhero, there is a supervillain. And the villain of her story may be closer than she thinks…










He’s giving her children a season of wonder…

Dani Capelli seized a chance to start over in a small town with her daughters. Now, facing her first Christmas in Haven Point, she wonders if leaving New York was a mistake. Dani loves working alongside veterinarian Dr. Morales, but her two children aren’t adjusting to small-town life. And then there’s Dr. Morales’s son, Ruben—Dani’s next-door neighbor. Gorgeous, muscled and dependable, the deputy sheriff is everything she secretly craves and can’t bear to risk loving…and losing.

Ruben never pictured himself falling for a big-city woman like Dani. But beneath her prickly facade, she’s caring and softhearted and she needs all the love and protection he can give. When Dani’s teenage daughter starts acting out, Ruben draws on family traditions to show the girls just how magical a Haven Point Christmas can be. But can he convince Dani that she’s found a home for the holidays—and forever—in his arms?










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21 comments:

  1. "Which of these two books draws you more?" Probably "The Frame-Up"!

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  2. The cover of Season of Wonder attracted me first, but since I love detective stories I would go with The Frame Up.

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  3. The Frame Up is what "draws" me more.

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  4. Season of Wonder looks like the best.

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  5. I would love to read Season of Wonder! Thank you

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  6. Season of Wonder has been on my tbr and wishlist I love her books!

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  7. Season of Wonder looks really good.

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  8. They both speak to me on different levels dependent on my mood. I would have to say Season of Wonder at the moment.

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  9. Season of Wonder draws me more.

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  10. Season of Wonder looks interesting to me.

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  11. I find "The Frame-Up" more interesting than the other book.

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