Friday, August 20, 2010

Giveaway: She's Gone Country by Jane Porter

She's Gone Country
Jane Porter

Shey Darcy, a 39-year-old former top model for Vogue and Sports Illustrated led a charmed life in New York City with a handsome photographer husband until the day he announced he'd fallen in love with someone else. Left to pick up the pieces of her once happy world, Shey decides to move back home to Texas with her three teenage sons. Life on the family ranch, however, brings with it a whole new host of dramas starting with differences of opinion with her staunch Southern Baptist mother, her rugged but overprotective brothers, and daily battles with her three sons who are also struggling to find themselves. Add to the mix Shey's ex-crush, Dane Kelly, a national bullriding champ and she's got her hands full. It doesn't take long before Shey realizes that in order to reinvent herself, she must let go of an uncertain future and a broken past, to find happiness--and maybe love--in the present.


WANT TO WIN A COPY OF THIS BOOK?
{August 20-31, 2010}
  • Only residents of the U.S. or Canada are eligible to win
  • No P.O. Boxes please
  • Winner will have 48 hours to respond to email or a new winner will be chosen
  • Giveaway copies will be sent directly to winners from the publisher
  • Up to 3 copies will be available depending on entries.
  • Winners will be randomly selected using randomizer.org and contacted via email.  

  To win, please complete the following:
  1. In the comments section, please leave your email address (If you win, I will need to be able to contact you), and your answer to the following question:
Which do you prefer, city living or country living?

 Extra entry (+1): Tweet this giveaway (leave a link to your tweet in the comments section) 
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26 comments:

Ron Cooper said...[Reply]

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Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...[Reply]

There's something to be said for both...I've lived in the country and the city. I love the idea of country living, but city living fits my lifestyle better.

chezraine@gmail.com

Anne said...[Reply]

Blog hopping here. Just as I thought, I'm not eligible to get your giveaways. =(

How's Finding Perfect? I love the first book "Chasing Perfect".

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...[Reply]

I just tweeted about it here:

https://twitter.com/laurelrainsnow

Jon said...[Reply]

Thanks for stopping by my blog this morning. Reading is most definitely an obsession/addiction.

Tiffany said...[Reply]

Blog hopping and BONUS, I get to enter a great giveaway! I have one up on my site also (different book obviously) http://acozyreaderscorner.blogspot.com

thanks for including me in the giveaway. schlarmette[at]gmail[dot]com

Tiffany said...[Reply]

oh, sorry forgot to leave my answer! City living... I only read about the country stuff... haha ( :

Mandy said...[Reply]

I think I would love to have both...a house in the country AND a condo in the city...I can only dream! Thanks for hosting this giveaway.
hotvernon@hotmail.com
check out my giveaway at www.mandysescape.blogspot.com

Karen said...[Reply]

Definitely live in the country as long as I can visit the city.
fwiw(dot)kea(at)gmail(dot)com

The Crazy Bookworm said...[Reply]

Both. I've lived in both and each one I love so much for different reasons.

E-mail: crazybookworm@live.ca

mbreakfield said...[Reply]

Country living is the best.
tweeted. https://twitter.com/mbreakfield/status/21713190759
marlenebreakfield(at)yahoo(dot)com

AnimeGirl said...[Reply]

Came for the hop (thanks for hopping by my blog) but I read the description of this book and it sounds kind of awesome.

I'm definitely a city girl. I would have a hard time living somewhere where the mall wasn't a 20min bus ride from home.

Going to go check out some of our reviews.

Jessica said...[Reply]

I have always lived in a small town so thought I would love to live in the city...until I lived in L.A. for awhile. I am a country girl for sure! Especially with three little ones!

gjmanning@wildblue.net

I tweeted about it here: http://twitter.com/Booklovingmommy

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....Petty Witter said...[Reply]

Hello Tasha, Many thanks for joining me at Pen and Paper. I'm not able to join you in this giveaway but will add it to my comp/giveaway page. Nice to have met you, I've really enjoyed visiting and look forward to getting to know you better.

Mary Brebner said...[Reply]

I live in the city but dream of country living...

msbrebner@gmail.com

Looks like a cute book!

Benita said...[Reply]

I really like aspects of both, but if I had to choose, it would be city living.

bgcchs(at)yahoo(dot)com

Aik said...[Reply]

Country living. I enjoy having fresh air.

aikychien at yahoo dot com

Aik said...[Reply]

I tweeted:

http://twitter.com/aikchien/status/21832302031

aikychien at yahoo dot com

Mona said...[Reply]

Tough question. I would say country but not the boonies.

monagarg@yahoo.com

BohemianBarbie said...[Reply]

I would say living in the city is better for me. It takes a strong person to be able to in the country, to be truly at peace with oneself and secure enough to be alone and seek things on their own. I am the type of person that needs constant stimulation and excitement, lest I stand still for too long and actually think about my problems and such. I desire an enviorment where things are always changing so I can eternally chase something.

miss.savetheplanet@gmail.com

akayechat said...[Reply]

I've just moved to Fort Worth from the country in Pennsylvania. I guess I've "gone city"!! The country is a tough place to live: there are fewer people, fewer chances for "culture," and often fewer conveniences. But with all that, you better know the people that are there, you're prouder of YOUR culture, and you appreciate a convenience when you see it. If the choice is between having everything and everyone at anytime or meaningful things, deep relationships, and knowing how to work with what you have, then it's really no choice at all. Country living is my preference!

sonata_fourteen@yahoo.com

Anita Yancey said...[Reply]

I prefer country living any day. You just can't beat the peace and quite. Please enter me. Thanks!

ayancey(at)dishmail(dot)net

Booksnyc said...[Reply]

I am a city girl for sure! Although I do like breaks in the country, I am not sure I could be there all the time. Even if I am in my apartment, I like to know there is lots to door right out the door!

Thanks for hosting this giveaway

booksncity AT gmail DOT com

PoCoKat said...[Reply]

I prefer city living..there is so much to do!

littleone AT shaw DOT ca

Elizabeth said...[Reply]

Please include me in the giveaway.

THANKS.

silversolara AT gmail DOT com

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