Midsummer's Eve Giveaway Hop

Midsummers Hop

This giveaway hop is hosted by Kathy @ I Am A Reader.


There are so many books perfect for summer reading. Do you need another one to add to your beach bag this year? Well, I'm here to help with that. :)

These are your options:

On the Fence Wish You Were Italian (If Only . . . #2) The Geography of You and Me Better off Friends

Good luck!


Must be able to enter and receive winnings by law. Must either be in the US or live where the Book Depository ships to for free. You must be at least 13 years old to enter. Please ensure that you correctly enter your email (and check your junk mail folder if I'm not on your contact list) so that I have a way to contact you. You can read my giveaway policy on my policies page. Void where prohibited by law. Enter via the Rafflecopter below.


Now go and check out the other giveaways:


32 comments

  1. Happy Summer Solstice!!!

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  2. Great giveaway, great suggestions for summer reads, I would love on the fence by Kasie West but they all look good thanks

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  3. That cover is so striking!

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  4. Thank you for the hop and giveaway.

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  5. YAY!! The cover is fabulous, and I love Sherlock also, so it is going to be a great book :)

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  6. I'm really, really excited to read this book!!! I hope I enjoy it as much as you did :)

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  7. Thank you for the giveaway, love the cover!

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  8. Um... Sherlock Holmes? Sign me up! It may not be specifically about him, and it's interesting that he has a daughter (I wonder what it would be like if he had a son--I never really pictured Sherlock with kids)... Man. I really need to look up this book. I love Sherlock!

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  9. I'll be reviewing On the Fence this weekend or next week. I loved it!

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  10. Thanks, Natalie. These are all fun and light and clean. :)

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  11. Thanks for stopping by! I thought Boneseeker was great! :)

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  12. It was like Indiana Jones and Sherlock. So very good!

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  13. I hope you like it, Pam. I loved the writing style and characters in this one.

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  14. I think you'd like it. Plus it's not overly dramatic - so if that's one reason you stay away from YA, that's not an issue here.

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  15. It fits the story quite well. :)

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  16. It's not as much paranormal as historical, mystery, holmes-esque. :)

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  17. I think you'd really like this one. As if I don't already add so much to your tbr. ;)

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  18. I love it as well. Good luck!

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  19. That whole hypothesis of Sherlock with kids is discussed. It's rather interesting. :)

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  20. thank you. i hope i add up to be in the queue lol

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  21. i read ya...i try to make my books crossover....you can let me know if i succeeded

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  22. I loved how quirky she was because it fit being raised by Sherlock and I just loved her personality anyway. Dare I ask... Will there be more of these characters?

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