Can you believe October is just around the corner?!?! October brings fall colors, pumpkin spice, and Carol Ross' IF NOT FOR A BEE, Book 3 in her Seasons of Alaska series:
You can't always play it safe
With four sons dependent on her, Janie Everett needs to keep her life uncomplicated. Now famous scientist Aidan Hollings is disrupting her orderly world, starting with the rescue of a…bumblebee.
Aidan is only passing through her Alaska wilderness town, and wasn't planning to bond with her two older boys. Or become so attracted to the widowed journalist. His globe-trotting days may be be over if he's able to show Janie that they can share the adventure of a lifetime—together.
Carol Ross was born and raised in Washington, where she lives with her husband and one perfectly loveable miscreant of a dachshund. She truly adores the Pacific Northwest because it offers so many opportunities to do what she loves--hiking, skiing, running, and spending time outdoors. Although she enjoys reading in many genres, she writes what she loves the most--romance, especially light-hearted stories about the fun, flirty, and often-tumultuous path toward a happily ever after.
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I am giving away book choice from my convention stash, including Carol Ross books, to one randomly selected commenter. To enter the giveaway,
1. Leave a comment about Alaska - what do you know about the Last Frontier? I know it's a popular cruise destination - a place I'd like to visit.
2. Comments are open through Saturday, September 26, 10 pm in Baltimore.
3. I'll post the winner on Sunday, September 27.
Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City
Books 1 and 2 in Seasons of Alaska
I've never been there, but I'd love to visit someday. Sometimes I watch one of the reality series filmed there.ReplyDelete
That its lovely there and coldReplyDelete
I know that is would be freezing in winter & I need to watch out for bears. It always looks beautiful.ReplyDelete
I have never been to Alaska, but years ago I saw a datingshow on tv taking place there. Magnificant nature shots, so I would love to visit Alaska someday :)ReplyDelete
I don't know much about it but it sure looks beautiful.ReplyDelete
I know that Alaska Wild Berry makes the best wild berry jelly center chocolates. Was introduced to them when step-son was stationed in Alaska and I continue to buy them because they are soooo good!ReplyDelete
It's cold!!!!! LOL but i heard it's beautiful!ReplyDelete
It looks lovely, but it's not really a place that I would like to visit. I know, shame on me!!ReplyDelete
I wouldn't mind a short visit but I think it would be too cold for me. I do remember last year when their temperatures were higher than in PA though lol.ReplyDelete
My sister in law went on one of those alaskan cruises and I loved all the great pictures she took. My husband was soooo jealous because that's a place he really wants to go.ReplyDelete
Hubby and I have long wanted to go on an Alaskan cruise and it will happen next year! We've already got our cruise booked. I'm really looking forward to it.ReplyDelete
My parents went on an Alaskan cruise, and the pictures were beautiful! It's definitely on my "someday" list of places to visit! Sounds like a great series. Congrats, Carol!ReplyDelete
The scenery is spectacular and they have plenty of bears. I would love to take an Alaskan cruise.ReplyDelete
I've always wanted to go - it's high on our list of places!ReplyDelete
it snows thereReplyDelete
We have friends that live there but only from May through September, then it is off to Arizona for the winter. We are planning a trip and hope to travel there in the next 2 years. We won't be cruising, but will likely take the maritime "highway" (the ferry).ReplyDelete
We have cruised to Alaska. It is so green and beautiful. A float plane ride is an experience I will never forget.ReplyDelete
Aunt just visited by cruseReplyDelete