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Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

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For those of you who have to have a paper copy of a book in hand, you’re in luck! Three great ssssssmokin’ stories await you. While you’re admiring the cover and reading through the sexy blurbs, maybe you can answer a question, too.

What is is about printed books that calls to you? Or are you an eBook convert?

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Two men, one woman and some red-hot loving.

“True Heart” by Delilah Devlin

True can’t believe his brother Lonny rented out their isolated hunting cabin to a city girl. With a herd to keep alive, who has time to babysit? Erotica writer Honey needs no distractions to finish her next book, but the Wyatt brothers set her imagination free. Then a fire forces her to seek shelter under their roof—and the temptation to do some “research” is overpowering.

“Winter Fire” by Jess Dee

Rachel and Jackson can’t imagine being with anyone else, but Jackson never dates his twin sister’s friends. At the twins’ birthday weekend at a mountain resort, Rachel tries to forget him by indulging in a fling. Garreth weaves a fantasy that brings Jackson to their bed. Funny thing about his fantasies….they have a way of coming true.

“Triple Dare” by Lexxie Couper

Anna can see trouble is written all over Joseph and Rob, two sexy Aussies on a snowboarding trip to the Rockies. Sure enough, they end up needing her survival skills. Stuck in a remote cabin, the temperatures rise until a double dare turns into a triple threat.

Warning: These stories contain two men loving one woman in ways that break every fire code invented and are guaranteed to warm you on the coldest winter night.

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15 comments to “RED HOT WINTER is here!”

  1. Jeri Hughes
    · December 6th, 2011 at 10:08 am · Link

    Tis the season, to buy more books..

    Wait – that’s every season, right? 🙂
    Happy Holidays to all!

  2. Jeri Hughes
    · December 6th, 2011 at 10:12 am · Link

    Oops, sorry to be obtuse – I meant “I’m buying this book”
    [of course I’m buying this book – I buy pretty much everything Delilah writes. 🙂 ]

  3. Delilah
    · December 6th, 2011 at 11:17 am · Link

    Jeri! Woot! But are you a paper person or an ebook convert? Or do you like both?

  4. tammy ramey
    · December 6th, 2011 at 1:08 pm · Link

    i have this one on the way already,i just ordered it in print. 🙂
    i prefer print books. i like everything about them,the way they smell,they crispness of the pages when it is a new book and the softness of the pages on a well loved used book. i love going into a bookstore and seeing all of those adventures laid out in front of me waiting for me to discover the.
    That being said, i just this year started using e-books. i find that they are easier to pack for travel and you don’t have to pay for shipping on them. also some books are only available in this format so you don’t have a choice but to use it.

  5. Elizabeth H
    · December 6th, 2011 at 1:58 pm · Link

    mmmmm i like the sound of this one, totally love your books Delilah 🙂

  6. Asheleigh W
    · December 6th, 2011 at 6:14 pm · Link

    What is is about printed books that calls to you? Or are you an eBook convert?
    -I love printed books because I can collect them and I love looking at the covers…
    -I also love the eBooks, because I can take my books with me without being worried about binding my pages or the spine of my book or messing up the cover… I am very pickey about my print books…
    -I’ll read them any way

  7. Diane Sadler
    · December 6th, 2011 at 6:30 pm · Link

    Books just call to me, the feel, the weight, the look of them.

  8. Delilah
    · December 6th, 2011 at 6:31 pm · Link

    I have print and ebooks. I buy mostly research books in print, because I love to make notes in them and stick tabs in favorite sections. I like both forms. Print is for the books I know I want to savor on a cold winter day, sitting on the couch with a blanket wrapped around me. Ebooks are for when I’m reading in between writing. I read on my desktop and sometimes at night in bed on my iPad. I love that I have choices!

  9. Betty Hamilton
    · December 6th, 2011 at 7:58 pm · Link

    I like the feel and smell of a book…. I like to cuddle up on the couch and get nice and comfy and then open a nice romance. I can read this way for hours with slight adjustments to my posiotion on the couch. A paperback is perfect for those marathon reading sessions. I can fold the pages that are read toward the back of the book and then it only takes one hand to hold the book. There is flexibility in the pages of a book that just is NOT there in a e-reader.

  10. Shadow
    · December 6th, 2011 at 9:28 pm · Link

    This sounds awesome! A very good read indeed!
    Im more of an ebook person, though every once in awhile i go grab a paperback. 🙂

  11. Maggie
    · December 6th, 2011 at 9:53 pm · Link

    I enjoy reading romance novels on my e-reader. There is the cover and that’s it, time to dive in and read.

    But as for non-fiction (total biography, autobiography junkie here), my preference is print. I think of Nikki Sixx’s Heroin Diaries or Garry Sharpe-Young’s Story of the Ozzy Osbourne Band on an e-reader and it’s just not the same, probably because there are lots of pictures, artwork, etc. that appear in these types of books. Plus, I love collecting them.

    I went e-reader with my romance novels because the collection was getting way too big.

  12. Pamk
    · December 6th, 2011 at 11:23 pm · Link

    If they are the same price i’l pick the print book every time. Cause I can give it away or take to a UBS when I’m done. But if the ebook is cheaper I’ll go that way since I don’t have the room for all the books I read.

  13. PhyllisC
    · December 7th, 2011 at 8:37 am · Link

    I like both print and ebooks, but there is something about holding that print book in your hand. 😆

    I resisted ebooks for a while (just a short while – I really did), but the instant gratification and not creating a storage problem are big pluses with ebooks.

  14. Chris Bails
    · December 7th, 2011 at 10:19 am · Link

    I am a fan of both. I got a nook for mothers day and have about 500 books on it. I still love my actual books, but it is convenient to have this small little case with my nook it it. It fits right in my purse or can just carry. I have tons of books at my convenience. I have certain authors that I still have to have their books though. My favorite authors, I still have to get their books. Put I know have the same books in paperback as on my nook. A lot of the favorites are duplicated.
    Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win.

  15. retta l
    · December 19th, 2011 at 12:34 pm · Link

    I like both, I can read in the dark with ebook and carry more than one story when on a trip. But my print books do not have to be charged.
    I also pick print over ebook so when my computer crashes I don’t loose the book I was reading.

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