Books are a fantastic, easy gift, especially now that nearly everyone has an eReader of some form or another. You can buy a book for someone online and have the eBook immediately gifted to them, which makes for excellent last minute shopping! I'm also a firm believer that there is a book for everyone. These are a few great books that I recommend for those on your list (genres listed): Magical Realism The Lemoncholy Life of Annie Aster For those that loved The Time Traveler's Wife Historical Romance No Groom at the Inn With Open Arms Countess So Shameless Hanna and the Highlander Tempted by a Rogue Rodin's Lover Paranormal Romance Cinderella and the Ghost Red Of Flame and Promise Trancing the Tiger The Unquiet The Bite of Winter Frailties of the Bond Ascension The Forgotten Ones A Touch of Darkness Debt Collector Forged by Fate The Space Between The Perception Series Grasping at Eternity Echoes in the Glass Bewitching the Enemy
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Readers, reviewers, and book lovers, you are the heart of an author's career~my career. I could not do what I love to do without you. As I'm growing closer to the day of a big announcement, I've finally put together a team to honor you. For those interested in being the first to find out about my latest releases, cover reveals, signings, special giveaways, or receive sneak peeks of my work before anyone else, I've created Heather's Heartland. Find out a bit more about it at this link . I'm looking forward to connecting with you all even more through the Heartland!
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Welcome to the Crimson Cove Cover Reveal Hop hosted by Eden Butler, of whom, I am a HUGE fan! And I'm really pumped because Crimson Cove is her first paranormal romance and we're celebrating by offering up some fabulous prizes. Be sure to stop by each hop participant for different prizes and to introduce yourself. And, for those lovers of paranormal romance on your list, this book is a must buy! So read on: Here is a bit about Crimson Cove: Ten years ago Janiver stole a kiss from the meanest boy in school. He never forgot. Senior year. One minute before the tardy bell rang, Bane Illes would slip through the door. He never smiled. He never spoke. Each day, that dark, dangerous boy gave Janiver Benoit a glance. And when she could not take another quiet stare, or the warmth that look sent over her skin, she took from Bane something he’d never give freely—one lingering, soul knocking kiss. Ten years later, her family needs her, and Janiver will have to face the one person she