In Texas, Valentine's Day is for restless hearts, brave second chances, and passions rekindled. New York Times bestselling author Jodi Thomas, Linda Broday, Phyliss Miranda, and DeWanna Pace tempt you with four delicious treats. . .
Out on these rugged plains, love never comes easy. And four daring ladies will do whatever it takes to capture the hearts of four irresistibly sweet-talking Texans. . . When a quiet foreman comes to the aid of a mystery lady, they'll find that this perfect starlit night is made for courtin'.... A determined heiress gambles high to reclaim the rancher she's never stopped wanting. . .. When a spirited lady and a go-getter mayor compete for their town's future, it's two dreams for a lifetime. . .. And to attract a lonely doctor's attention, a shy young woman needs courage--and two unlikely matchmakers. . .
Jodi Thomas, jodithomas.com
Linda Broday, lindabroday.com
Phyllis Miranda, phylissmiranda.com
DeWanna Pace, dewannapaceonline.com
I am giving away a print copy of BE MY TEXAS VALENTINE. To enter the giveaway,
1. Let's flashback to our school years ... did you give valentines in your classroom and/or to your teacher? I remember making Valentines from construction paper but folding the paper in half and cutting half a heart.
2. Comments are open through Saturday, February 21, 10 pm in Baltimore.
3. I'll post the winner on Sunday, February 22.
Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City
I don't need to be entered into the drawing, I already have this book. It is on my keeper shelf. I enjoyed it last year and have pulled it out to read again this year. Whoever wins it is in for a treat.ReplyDelete
I have never given a Valentines to anyone. Received a few.ReplyDelete
I did. We made some and bought some.ReplyDelete
Yes I would give them to everyone in my class.ReplyDelete
Between scissor-cut hearts and glitter, we generally made more of a mess than anything. But it was always the thought that counted.ReplyDelete
We would give out Valentines to the whole class, something my kids did too when they were in elementary school.ReplyDelete
I remember making a Valentine post box which we all hung up along the chalk board and then we would distribute our Valentines in all of them.ReplyDelete
I only made a Valentine for my mom. I used lots of pink and glittery stuff. I'm not sure they were ever pretty, but she liked them. Despite the fact that we don't celebrate Valentines day so much, it was a nice touch.ReplyDelete
Loved the valentines but even more was making the boxes to put them in - I enjoy anything artistic.ReplyDelete
Only in the elementary school.ReplyDelete
in elementary schoolReplyDelete
Yes, in elementary school.ReplyDelete
In elementary school we always passed out valentines. I always liked looking through them when I got home from school that day.ReplyDelete
Absolutely I remember that classroom valentine box and making paper valentines, Kim! Toward the last of my elementary school years I recall buying cheap valentines too that I thought looked classier than the homemade ones. And then we counted them to see who got the most...and if a secret admirer or a special boy had written anything nice on ours! Ha. Romance even at that tender young age...it begins early. :-) We also gave valentines to the teacher...and she brought candy to pass out to all of the students. It was a fun day and broke the monotony of learning from books. I like to think we did some learning about human kindness and love at that time too. Thanks for the post, Kim! email@example.comReplyDelete
I remember making the heart cards with my kids, but I don't remember whether we did it in school when I was a kid. Too many years ago to remember. lolReplyDelete
We always gave valentines to the classmates and teacher when I was a kid.ReplyDelete
We always gave valentine's day cards to our classmates and teacher when I was young.ReplyDelete