MYSTERY GIVEAWAY WITH ROMANCE AT RANDOM PUBLISHING #7

Posted by Ing on 14 January, 2012 // ★★ 22 Comments ★★

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Welcome to week #7 of the Romance at Random mystery giveaway!
If you aren’t aware every Friday until Jan 31st I’ll be hosting this giveaway on
my blog courtesy of the awesome peeps at Romance at Random. Drop by every
Friday and join in the fun to be entered for a chance at winning a romance novel
from Romance at Random. The catch
here is you won’t know what romance novel you are trying to win! It’s a
guessing game! 🙂 Giveaway is open only to US residents.

Now for this week’s question: Tell me what is your favorite storyline? Is it eniemies to lover, best friends, rich girl / poor guy..etc.?
RULES AND DETAILS
  • Open to US residents only 
  • You MUST leave a comment with your e-mail address if it’s not on your profile so I can contact you if you win. 
  • You MUST answer this question above. 
  • Giveaway ends Jan 18th

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22 Responses to “MYSTERY GIVEAWAY WITH ROMANCE AT RANDOM PUBLISHING #7”

  1. I like the enemies to lovers and the wealth opposites attract story lines,actually I kinda love them all as long as the characters are strong and the love keeps the pages turning effortlessly.

    dani32222001(at)yahoo(dot)com

  2. ML

    I always enjoy the storylines where the love of their life has been right in front of them the entire time but it takes awhile for them to realize it.

    mljfoland AT hotmail DOT com

  3. I really like either the poor girl/rich guy, or the rich girl/poor boy, because of the difference in their upbringings and the way they look at things, and how they have to meet in the middle to find common ground 🙂

    jwitt33 at live dot com

  4. I’m a sucker for any type of Cinderella/Beauty & the Beast/Ugly Duckling kind of story. Doesn’t have to be outright in-your-face story, just with the themes in the story. It can be set in a historical or contemporary setting. I also look for Highlander story’s first. There’s something about a brogue speaking Highlander in a kilt that makes my toes curl 😉 glittergirl54 at ymail dot com

  5. It’s whatever fits in the story best… My most important reqm’t is a good story… So… they can be opposites, best friends, enemies… whatever…
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    lindalou(at)cfl(dot)rr(dot)com

  6. I like the enemies to lovers storyline best. It makes it that much sweeter when the couple does get together. Thanks for having this giveaway.

    ayancey(at)dishmail(dot)net

  7. Like a lot of others I don’t have a favorite. As long as I connect with the characters and storyline I’m good. But I do love when there are second chances where the husband and wife have been separated and the husband and wife try to deny their feelings for each other.Both stubborn but get that second chance at love. Also the bother’s best friend where he secretly feel for his best friends sister.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  8. I love second chance at love stories. It doesn’t matter if they broke up or missed a chance to have a relationship.
    It’s just nice to read about what they do now and handle all of those events from the past.

    lenikaye@yahoo.com

  9. My favorite story line is the little sister of the best friend being taboo…and she insists on chasing her big brother’s best friend. And he secretly has always had a thing for her, but out of respect for his buddy, he’s kept his distance. LOVE IT!

    Gena Robertson
    robertsongena@hotmail.com

  10. Oh boy, I like so many different storylines. In historicals, one of my favorites is marriage of convenience. In contemporaries, I like reunion/second chance stories, among others.
    castings at mindspring dot ocm

  11. I seem to like storyline (for historical romance) where the man seems overbearing and arrogant and the woman dislike him but then they are hot for each other and doesn’t want to admit it 😀
    email: cruz042 at cougars.csusm.edu

  12. I like enemies. I like friends. Opposites are great too. It really just depends on what fits the story and is more believable.

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

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