Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Flash Holiday Giveaway - Kensington Christmas Trio

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While searching through my closets (and under the beds) for holiday gifts stashed away, I found Christmas romance novels ... so let's giveaway a Kensington Trio:

MISCHIEF AND MISTLETOE by the Word Wenches aka Mary Jo Putney, Jo Beverley, Joanna Bourne, Patricia Rice, Cara Elliott, Annie Gracie, and Susan Fraser King


Unwrap the most romantic of Regency delights in this sparkling holiday collection. . .

Christmastime in England--a time for passionate secrets, delicious whispers, and wicked-sweet gifts by the fire. From a spirited lady who sets out to save her rakish best friend from an unsuitable engagement, to a bold spy who gets the unexpected chance to win the woman he's always loved, to a vicar's daughter who pretends to be a saucy wench, these holiday tales will make you curl up in front of the fire for a memorable season of mischief and mistletoe. . .


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Theresa Romain's SEASON FOR DESIRE (Holiday Pleasures, Book 4)

Properly Wicked

Like her four sisters, Lady Audrina Bradleigh is expected to marry a duke, lead fashion, and behave with propriety. Consequently, Audrina pursues mischief with gusto, attending scandalous parties and indulging in illicit affairs. But when an erstwhile lover threatens to ruin her reputation, Audrina has no choice but to find a respectable husband at once.

Who would guess that her search would lead her to Giles Rutherford, a blunt-spoken American on a treasure hunt of his own? When a Christmas snowstorm strands the pair at a country inn, more secrets are traded than gifts—along with kisses that require no mistletoe—and Audrina discovers even proper gentlemen have their wicked side…


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Mollie Cox Bryan's A CRAFTY CHRISTMAS (A Cumberland Creek Mystery Book 4)

Christmas is just around the corner, and the ladies of the Cumberland Creek Scrapbook Crop are thrilled when Sheila wins the first place prize in a scrapbooking design contest: a ten-day scrapbook-themed cruise in the Caribbean. Vera and Paige decide to tag along, which should pose the perfect opportunity to learn some new techniques, mingle with fellow croppers, and get in some rest and relaxation before the chaos of Christmas. But when Sheila finds a famous crafter dead, and investigators determine she was poisoned, the luxury cruise veers toward disaster as Sheila becomes the number one suspect--or was she really the intended victim? Just as the croppers begin un-wrapping the truth, a storm strands them at sea, and they'll find it's harder than ever to survive the holidays with a killer on deck. . .

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To enter the flash holiday giveaway,

1.  Leave a comment - where do you hide holiday gifts?

2.  Comments are open through Saturday, December 12, 10 pm in Baltimore.  

3.  I'll post the winner on Sunday, December 13.

Mahalo,

Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City


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31 comments:

  1. LOL... I hide them in their dad's armoire and I'll tell you why sometime...

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  2. In the past I have hidden my nephew's presents in the car trunk and even at my neighbors.

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  3. I don't hide them since the presents are order online and then when they come in, I just wrap them in the box it came in only. And then under the tree they go

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  4. I hide them in a drawer or at the bottom of my closet under the ever present pile of clothes. ;-)

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  5. I hide them in the closet in our office room.

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  6. I don't hide them. I have a present cupboard. I shop all year round when I find a bargain or the perfect gift. My children never looked & don't now. They love the surprise.

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  7. Don't hide them really

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  8. I hide them in a drawer. I try to hide them all in one place - have a tendency to "forget" where I've put things!!

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  9. I'm not very original- I leave presents under my bed and in my closet.

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  10. I hide mine in a tote box and under clothes in the closet. Merry Christmas to you and your family from mine in Vermont. Charlene Whitehouse

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  11. Since I have no children or grandchildren I really don't have to hide the gifts. Besides if I did that I wouldn't remember when I hid them.

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  12. Never really did hide presents. But I did grow up in an 1880's 2 story over full basement with lots of nooks and crannies... My mom would regularly forget where she'd stashed a gift and it would show up months after the holidays or birthdays.... It got to be a family joke about who would get the 'forgotten' present 'this year'....

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  13. In my purse! LOL... everyone wants a giftcard now, so it's easy peasy to hide them :) thanks for sharing!

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  14. I used to hide them in the water pump closet. Now there is sno need. Bummer

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  15. In my closet. The kids know they are there, but also know I have them in such a way that I will know if they are disturbed. Lol

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  16. I keep them in my closet, nicely wrapped so there is no chance of anyone peeking at them. So much better if a gift is a surprise!

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  17. Gifts are hidden in my closet. It's such a mess that my closet makes an excellent hiding place!

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  18. I hide my gifts in my closet too.n I'm a bit of a neat freak, so I can find anything.

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  19. I put a box in the guest room - since I'm the only one here it's more of a stash than a hide.

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  20. If I purchase Christmas gifts early, I hide them in my bedroom closet. Gifts purchased close to the holiday are wrapped and put under the Christmas tree.

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  21. Everywhere and anywhere! I try to find little corners and nooks that no one ever looks in

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  22. As long as they're wrapped, I don't hide them.

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  23. In my closet.
    Natalie's Mama

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  24. No need to hide gifts any longer. LOL.
    Patty B.

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