Sunday, February 26, 2012

Shadows by Jennifer Armentrout and Resistance Trilogy Giveaway

I have decided to team up with Rachael Wade and Jennifer Armentrout to offer 5 E-Copies of Shadows to 5 lucky winners and Rachael has offered something special to. So read on to see what she is offering!


If you’re a big Jennifer Armentrout fan like me, you’ll love this giveaway. Tee from A Diary of a Book Addict asked to team up and was kind enough to donate 5–yes 5!–e-book copies of Shadows, the latest installment of the Young Adult paranormal romance series, the Lux series. I recently read and reviewed this and you can read my thoughts here. This is a favorite YA series of mine, so I’m really excited to share this book with you if you haven’t snatched it up yet (oh, and because you’ll be glad you did…read book 1 of the Lux series, Obsidian, and you’ll love Shadows even more then).

Also, because A Diary of a Book Addict is being so generous with this giveaway, I decided it’d probably be polite to bring something to the table too. So I’m offering an e-book bundle of book 1 and 2 from The Resistance Trilogy, a paranormal fantasy romance series. Book 2, The Gates, doesn’t release until April 25th, so if you win, you will receive an advanced reading copy. Enter below, and good luck! The prizes are all e-books and the giveaway is international.
   

Click this link to enter to win http://www.rachaelwade.com/?p=1776

3 comments:

Katherine Tildes said...

oh awesome! I am looking forward to reading "Amaranth" and the Resistance Trilogy. thanks for the giveaway!

Lisa Richards/alterlisa said...

Wow! New book for me. Thanks for the review, excuse me while I dash off to add to my wishlist.
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UK said...

I've seen both praises and "just didn't likes" about the writing style of Shadows. Personally, I loved Jennifer's third-person writing style that lets you see into Daemon, Dawson, and Bethany. Obsidian is written in first person from Katy's POV and as funny and interesting that is, I love reading some of the scenes from Daemon's POV. I think seeing multiple POV's is so much fun and gives you a broader understanding of the events that shape and mold the book.