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Book Talk – Suspense in the Summertime

Summer is here! We’ve got Pillow Talk Books. Mysteries. Sweet Romance. Paranormal. Whatever suits your fancy. $150 in Gift Cards. That’ll buy a beach towel and some suntan lotion.

It’s a crime to spend the summer without a good crime read. Or suspense, or mystery, or any story that you would like to read in one sitting. Summer is the best moment to take on a book that you should read non-stop because suspense could kill you. Especially if you are on holidays. Even if you still have to do all the things women do, plus packing and unpacking, tracking swimsuits and sandals or sweeping ice cream and watermelon stains from sun kissed little faces. Here is a great selection of books to keep you on your toes. Some are crime and mystery, all are intense. All either Free or 99c for your enjoyment.

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Our February Giveaway: Kindle Fire HD 1080. $100 Shopping Spree. Must Read Books.

Click on the Banner to get to the Giveaway or Go HERE to get there. That’s not all. Scroll to the bottom for a Bonus Giveaway.  3 winners. $GC and print editions.

Hello! Fans and friends. Valentine’s Day is past. The candy is gone, the flowers drooping, but we’re sharing with you some goodies for after the lovin’.  Our sponsor, Free Kindle Books & Tips is offering a winner a Kindle Fire 1080 Tablet, valued at $189. Another winner will snag a $100 Amazon gift card.  All of you will be winners when you download this wonderful array of must read books on offer. All free or 99c. We’re starting you off with Jackie Weger’s new Release, All Tomorrow’s Memories.

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Falling Leaves Giveaway~ Useful things plus an array of Great Books

Hello all of you awesome people and welcome new subscribers to Accent on Romance.

Before we get to the wonderful array of books and our special Falling Leaves Giveaway, which by my lights are super special, I want to introduce you to Morris, the Feral Cat.  He showed up on our back deck a few weeks ago, skinny and perhaps elderly, and hasn’t left. Won’t. He’s the spiritual image of another Feral, Big Red, who was with us for five years.  Big Red refused to come in the house during rain, sleet, freeze or flood.  He spent his old age lounging on a step railing. We lost him to a coyote.  Morris has his sweet personality, adores a belly scratch, and kindly grooms our fifteen-year-old house cat, Allie Mae. Happy Days on our back deck.

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