Romance Giveaway for Valentine’s Day. Free ebooks! Everybody wins!

Second Wind Publishing is celebrating close encounters of the romantic kind this Valentine’s Day by giving away free romance ebooks! All you have to do to receive your ebook is to leave a comment mentioning which one of the following books you want to read. We will send you a coupon code to use at Smashwords.com where you can download your free ebook in whatever format you choose, including Palm Doc for Palm reading devices.

Dancing at all the Weddings by Susan Surman:

Vivacious and talented Elaine Richman is faced with choices: A risky life in the New York theatre; an exciting life with college sweetheart, actor/director Jake Applebaum in Hollywood; a secure life in Boston with predictable lawyer David Alter, the match anointed by her domineering mother because ‘he’s the kind you marry.’ On the way to a dream, it is possible to collide with another dream’s seduction, only to learn there is no fulfillment on the path to safety. Elaine goes through the wringer to meet herself, proving there is no expiration date on talent or true love.

Backstop: A Baseball Love Story in Nine Innings by J. Conrad Guest

You know Backstop. He plays the catcher’s position for any team in any city in America with a major league ball club. You cheer him when he delivers, and boo him when he doesn’t. Told in his own words during the seventh and deciding game of the World Series, Backstop chronicles his rookie season, takes the reader to Chicago, where he finds romance, and reveals the heartbreak he endured in the aftermath of his one indiscretion. You’ll cheer for Backstop, both on and off the field, as he plays the most important game of his career, haunted by the ghost of his father, and fights to win back the heart of the woman he loves more than the game.

Fate and Destiny by Claire Collins

Discovering Destiny was the last thing Andrew Greer expected.

Alone in a desolate cabin, Andrew Greer was perfectly content to wait out the blizzard with his adventurous dog, Shadow, as his only companion. Fate decided differently. When Shadow discovers the unconscious and injured woman, Andrew has no choice but to take her to the safety and warmth of his retreat.

Destiny weaves a tale of kidnapping and murder. Is she the witness and victim to the crimes? Or is she really a conspirator getting away with murder? Andrew is determined to protect Destiny and find out the truth. Can he find the real killer before it’s too late? Or has he already found her? Only Fate knows for sure.

Images of Betrayal by Claire Collins

Abandoned by her family, Tysan works as a waitress in a cheap diner. One cold evening, a beguiling, rugged young man barges into her life. He possesses the remarkable ability to take photographs of events that have not yet happened. Ty narrowly avoids a harrowing death in a disastrous explosion, only to be drawn into a dizzying cascade of conflicts involving a new family that takes her in, Walker-her apparent savior, David-her new admirer and her own family. Kidnapping, betrayal, obsessive love and courageous lovers co-mingle in this romantic thriller.

Lacey Took a Holiday by Lazarus Barnhill

She sold her soul for a bottle. He stole it back.

Lacey Grady is “a woman of leisure” and an alcoholic. Andy Warren is a bitter and jaded WWI veteran whose wife and only son died during childbirth. When Andy recognizes that Lacey is drinking herself to death, he kidnaps her out the brothel where she works and takes her to his mountaintop farm.

Besides being a sweet romance, Lazarus Barnhill’s Lacey Took a Holiday is a profound and profoundly moving story of redemption.

Indian Summer by Dellani Oakes

Lg51ROsDmoLXLIn the spring of 1739, Gabriella Deza stands poised on the verge of womanhood.  A product of her guarded upbringing, she is naive in the ways of love until dashing Manuel Enriques declares his love for her.  Quite by accident, Gabriella uncovers a plot hatched by British spy whose job is to capture the town and fort, Castillo de San Marcos.  Armed with her information, Manuel embarks on a dangerous mission to entrap the spy and save the town from being overthrown by the British.  Unfortunately, Gabriella herself is caught in the trap and kidnapped.  Can Manuel find and save her before it is too late?

Love is on the Wind, an anthology of love stories by the authors of Second Wind Publishing

Some of the stores included in this anthology are: “Love Transcends” by JJ Dare, “A Good Day” by Suzette Vaughn, “A Weeping Moment” by Christine Husom, “Fractured” by Dellani Oakes, “High Court of Love” by Amy De Trempe, “The Perfect Kiss” by Jerrica Knight-Catania, “Puppy Love” by Claire Collins, “A Hunt and a Kiss” by Juliet Waldron, “A Time for Dreams” by Mairead Walpole, “Stormy Weather” by Sherrie Hansen.

So, which Second Wind Publishing romance do you want to read? Dancing at all the WeddingsBackstop: A Baseball Love Story in Nine InningsFate and Destiny, Images of Betrayal,  Lacey Took a HolidayIndian Summer, or Love is on the Wind? Now’s your chance!

This offer expires on 2/20/ 2012.

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14 responses to “Romance Giveaway for Valentine’s Day. Free ebooks! Everybody wins!

  1. Clare Collins fate and Destiny

  2. Elizabeth Towns

    I want to read Fate and Destiny. It sounds intriguing.

  3. Fate and Destiny looks interesting

  4. Tammy Anderson

    I would love to read Dancing At All The WEddings. Thanks you :)

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  6. I would love to read Indian Summer and want to thank all of the authors for this special gift.

  7. They all sound amazing! I have picked Fate and Destiny, though. Thank you and Happy Valentine’s Day!

  8. I’m with Terry – Fate and Destiny by Claire Collins sounds really good.

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  9. Wanda Hughes

    Wow, way to make a choice difficult! So many great stories to choose from. I’ve picked Fate and Destiny by Claire Collins. My thanks to all the authors for giving this great gift to all of us and to Second Wind as well. Happy Valentine’s Day to all.

  10. Christina G.

    I would like to read Indian Summer, I’ve been meaning to buy it, but today I heard it was free, and I had try and get one:)

  11. Indian Summer by Dellani Oakes

  12. Sonya

    Would love to read Love is on the Wind anthology. Thank you
    Sonya

  13. I love anthologies as an opportunity to discover new authors. But “Fate and Destiny” sounds wonderful, too. Of course, they all sound great, don’t they? Life gets in the way of my romance reading!

  14. I’m sure I’m too late, but just in case I’m not… I’d love to read Images of Betrayal (well, amongst others… maybe next Valentines Day…)

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