Book Scavenger Hunt 2020-02-03
It is just a little less than a month away before I give away new releases to those who helped gain readership to this newsletter/blog through the refer-a-friend subscribing program. These giveaways will not require reviews. If you enjoy the story, great! And that's all that matters to me ^_^
As for those who want to help by following me on my Facebook page, there will also be rewards when I get 2000 followers (1220 readers are following me on FB now). I will ask my helper to send a test gift first much earlier.
By the way, if you wonder where the BIG promotion event I mentioned, it is in the email (not here). I just checked and there are now 170+ FREE books for you to get. With these, however, they will require you to do some work (subscribing authors list to get the books, but these are FREE!). Perhaps there are quality newsletters like mine also waiting for you to find out.
If you are not so much into subscribing to get books, make sure you check all the books I put below because my book scavenger hunt blog has deeply discounted books (and also free books that do not require you to do anything other than download then beginning reading if you already own an Amazon account/Kindle reader* (oh yeah... if you don't know how to use Calibre software, you have been missing a lot. Anyway, I think perhaps I should ask KW to do a tutorial in future on using Calibre under my YouTube channel. This is an open-source free software gem that I think any readers should have installed on their computer, but I am not technical advance to give such tutorial so I will leave that to KW and/or his team supporting my IT setup.
Anyway, let's start for this week with Tabatha Kiss' Just a Kiss:
I’ve been a lot of things.
A brother. An athlete. A sex god.
A fake boyfriend? That’s a new one.
I’ve never seen her before in my life.
There I was, minding my own business at the hotel bar,
when she walked up and asked me to pretend to be her boyfriend.
She’d introduce me to her overbearing parents. I’d fawn over her for a few minutes, plant a goodbye kiss on her cheek, and walk away with an extra twenty dollars in my pocket. Seemed simple enough.
But she had no idea the random guy she tapped on the shoulder was one of the wealthiest men on the planet.
I’m a man who gets what he wants and I made up my mind the second I saw those curves.
It was supposed to be just a kiss.
Now I want more. And I won’t stop until she’s mine.