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Summer of Love Beach Bag Giveaway!

Happy Memorial Day, guys! School is out this week, baseball practices are underway, swim lessons start soon, and I am definitely ready for summer. And some summer reads. That's why I thought it would be fun to host this fun beach bag giveaway as part of Harlequin's Summer of Love tour celebrating the release of the first three books in Bella Andre's Sullivans series. Don't miss The Look of Love (June 2013), From This Moment On (July 2013), and Can't Help Falling in Love (August 2013).
One Angieville winner will receive a fabulous beach bag filled with summertime essentials from hot brands such as O.P.I.Evian,Not Your Mother’s Hair Care, and Unisun Eyewear.

But that's not all. To further celebrate, Harlequin is hosting the Bella Andre Summer of Love Mixtape Contest over on their Facebook page. Visit Facebook.com/HarlequinBooks from May 22nd – May 31st and create your SUMMER OF LOVE Mixtape for a chance to win a trip for YOU and THREE friends to Las Vegas!!
*No purchase necessary. Ends May 31, 2013.

To enter fill out the Rafflecopter. 
The giveaway will run one week from today (6/3) and is US ONLY.

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  1. I've been meaning to read this series - they seem to get a lot of good reviews. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. Anonymous9:38 AM

    I haven't heard of Bella Andre before--but it looks like nice, lighthearted fun reads. Thanks for doing the giveaway!

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  3. Anonymous10:01 AM

    Hey Angie,

    Happy Memorial Day! Don't include me in the raffle - just stopping by to ask if you're in NYC this week for BEA. If not, enjoy the week with your family. If so, NY will be hot by the end of the week (90 Friday). I'll be there Thursday and Saturday, hoping to score copies of the Dream Thieves, Across a Star-Swept Sea and a few others. I think Bella Andre will be there; maybe I will try to attend her signing.

    KarenS

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  4. I haven't, but I would like to!

    nomfreebies at hotmail dot com

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  5. Hi. I've never heard of this series! Thanks for the heads up!

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  6. I've never heard of this series but it sounds great :)

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  7. I have actually read two of the later books in this series (Sophie and Ryan) but haven't ever gone back to the first few.

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  8. I have not read one of her books before!

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  9. I have not heard of this series either. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. I haven't but am always down for new authors.

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  11. bn1005:28 PM

    Not yet

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  12. Denise6:53 PM

    I haven't read any of them.
    flgirl1987 AT yahoo DOT com

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  13. I haven't read any of these books, but they definitely have popped up on my radar lately. My library actually has them!

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  14. Have not heard of these books!

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  15. Definitively looking forward to summer. No more papers to write!

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  16. to be honest, I have not heard of Bella Andre but reading a romance book now and then doesn't sound so bad and summer time always seems to be the right time to read a romance.

    hope you have a sweet day.

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  17. I have not read any of these before.

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  18. haven't read them yet

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  19. No, but I am interested in reading them.

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  20. I read one or two of her books, but I don't have a favorite yet.

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  21. I have heard of the books but haven't read them

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