Tuesday, July 31, 2012

SUMMER READS H**O**P: Betrayed by @yaednah_walters



Thanks to I am a Reader not a Writer and Bookhounds for co-hosting this blog hop.


If you haven't started the Guardian Legacy series, you don't know what you're missing.
Here's a chance to win a copy and swags:

But first, a short excerpt from BETRAYED:


I gasped when Bran scooped me up in one clean swoop, one arm behind me and the other under my knees. “What are you doing?”
“Distracting you.” He sat on my chair and settled me on his lap. “When are you going to be done?”
“Soon.”
Bran peered over my shoulder as I typed, his warm breath brushing the side of my face. Mmm. Minty. I wanted to turn my head and kiss him, but I knew I wouldn’t want to stop and I needed to finish my homework. His energy caressed mine and I caught my breath. It was so hard to resist him, especially when I knew how badly he wanted to kiss me.
“I can type faster than that,” he whispered.
“Show off.”
“Just stating a fact. You can link with me and tell me what to write. Oops, spelling error there,” he teased.
I ignored him, finished the last sentence, and clicked save. Scrolling to the top of the page, I reviewed the finished report.
“Hmm, the opening paragraph is pretty good,” he said, lifting hair from my nape to plant a kiss there.
The snappy retort I planned died when I looked at him over my shoulder. His wolfish smile dared me to seize the moment. I wanted to send him away until I completed my work, but his smoldering emerald eyes kept me rooted. Turning slightly, I leaned forward to taste his lips.


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A copy of Betrayed

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69 comments:

  1. I like to read both. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  2. Awesome giveaway, Ednah! I won't enter since I already have your book and LOVE it! But the SWAG is awesome, too!

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  4. Great book and swag! Trying to win it for my daughter! :)

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    1. I like multiple points of views in books.

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  5. I like to read both single and multiple points of view in books - it really just depends on the story line.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. I like single point of view. makes me feel more involved with a character and figure out things before they happen

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  7. multiple POV
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  8. Thanks so much for participating -- I shared and not just from Triberr!

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  9. I like more than one POV.

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  10. Great giveaway Thanks. I like to read both POV's. It adds more to the story.
    crytaley73 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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    1. Sorry mispelled my email crystaley73 (at) yahoo (dot ) com

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  11. I like a single point of view. julierupert@gmail.com

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  12. I prefer multiple points of view.

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  13. I like the single point of view

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  14. Great contest!
    I like to read books that are from both the female and male point of view. That makes it more interesting.
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  15. I like both most of the time.
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  16. I prefer multiple POVs but I like single POV too.

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  17. I prefer multiple POV.

    Thanks for participating in the hop and for the giveaway opportunity.

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  18. I like multiple POV. I think that it adds to the story and it doesn't seem so one dimensional. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  19. I enjoy reading with multiple point of views.

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  20. I think I would like multiple point of view from both the hero and heroine.

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  21. A great author like yourself could make me read either or. I like both types of books. One point of view is straight forward. Two points of views can give a story more depth and understanding.

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  22. I'll read either but prefer multiple pov

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  23. It's always fun to read both views. :) Thanks for your great giveaway. Would love to give my "winnings" to my youngest daughter who like her mom loves to read. :) Hope you are having a great summer.

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  24. As long as the writing is great, it doesn't matter to me.

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  25. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway.
    I enjoy books with multiple POV's.
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  26. I like multiple POVs the best~

    Thanks for the giveaway! <3

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  27. I enjoy both but prefer multiple POV's. Thanks for offering!

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  28. I have read some really good multiple POVs but I have to say I feel like I get into a book more when it is just from a single POV whether male or female.

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  29. I love multiple.
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  30. When I read a story, I like the POV to be told by a character the same gender as the author. It just seems more believable to me.

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  31. It just depends on the book for me. I actually really like dual POV's if it is done nicely. If both POV's are distinct individuals, with very different emotions and behaviour's, ways of reacting. Then I love it. If you can't tell the difference between the two, then it is aggravating. I think you will pretty much rock at the multiple POV thing, though!

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  32. I like reading from both points of view - it's nice to know what the hero is thinking about.

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  33. Thanks for the giveaway. I like both pov's.
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  34. I am fine with both hero and heroine pov but nothing more then that.

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  35. I love to read both povs. The story is what makes it good.
    Mel

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  36. i like it with both - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  37. I like both. It's the plot that matters.
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  38. I really enjoy both

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  39. I frequently get lost when there is more than one POV, so definitely just one

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  40. I love to read a book that has hero and the heroines POV!
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  41. I really like reading a book when it has both povs!!

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  42. I like both ways. Sometimes it is really fun to see what both are thinking especially if it is a romance but with more action it is probably good to go with one.
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  43. well it deepen on the person in the book and the author who is the person she or he is wetting about the swag is great and i love the stuff

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  44. I like both of the options however the multiple POV's is still a little more uncommon so it is something a little newer.

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  45. I have always enjoyed single point of view simply because trying to see it from all different angles can be a bit confusing at times.
    Lisa Hackney

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  46. micheal dale grimAugust 6, 2012 at 4:43 AM

    i like both points of view

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  47. I like both as long as it is a great story not picky at all! Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  48. I like reading with both the hero and the heroine points of view. :)

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  49. I generally prefer a single POV, as it seems really hard for many to keep the continuity of the story going with the two or multiple POVs. However, I do not think you would have that difficulty from what I have read of your writing and I think you would be up to the challenge :) Looking forward to hearing more about the new series!

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  50. I much prefer a single POV>
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  51. Multiple POV - I like to see both sides of a story
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  52. Multiple POV.
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  53. I like both. =)

    Valerie Long
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  54. I like multiple POV.

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  55. I enjoy reading multiple POV because I like hearing both sides of a story or both sides of the story from both main charecters

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  56. I like multiple POV, Its always good to know what both are thinking.. thx for giveaway.

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  57. I enjoy multiple POV because it's interesting to see both sides of the story.

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