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Radiant Shadows Giveaway Winner!

And the winner is . . . Caitlin!


Congratulations! You know the drill. Shoot me a quick email with your mailing address and we'll get your copy of Radiant Shadows on its way. Thanks so much to Karen of Media Masters Publicity for providing the book for the giveaway and to all of you who entered and shared your favorite characters from the series and why you love them. In case you're interested, Niall was overwhelmingly the most beloved character and I fully support that call. As Michelle said, "I am in love with Niall. He is the Dark Lord and he owns it." Amen. Of course, Seth was no slouch in the fan department either. He's got his own set of loyal admirers. As Jen (who also really loves Niall) says, "I have liked Seth from the start. You gotta love a regular mortal man who stands up to the immortal Fae for his woman." There are many things to love about Seth. But this is probably the best one. Niall and Seth were followed by Donia of whom Yan had to say, "Because she's not afraid to stab someone here and there when needed." So true, Yan. So true. Anyway, as always, you delight me with your comments. I've got another excellent giveaway coming up soon, so stay tuned and have a great weekend!

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  1. Lucky Caitlin, congratualtions!!!


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  2. Congratulations, Caitlin!

    I loved reading the reasons :)

    I loved Niall as well, but I have to say that I really enjoyed the character of Irial as well.

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  3. I'm so pumped...Thanks again.

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  4. Angie! I know you're a total Irial fan (based on your recent reviews!) and I don't know if you've read this yet but it's a deleted scene from Fragile Eternity. Thought you'd like to know, if you didn't already :D

    http://www.goodreads.com/story/show/48081-deleted-sequence-from-fragile-eternity-irial

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  5. Ladybug, yes! Irial...

    Amy, total Irial fan. Unabashedly so. And thank you for that link!

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  6. good thank you for your post

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