Friday, February 02, 2007

Long Live The Grooms!

Okay, the Brides have all awarded their contest prizes.

Congratulations to Alice's winner: Stanislava Ivanova and to Louise's: Chrystal Broyles! And congrats again to Laurie Bertram who won Martha's prize.

The books will be going out from here tomorrow, ladies.

Everyone else, you still can enter the Grooms' Contest until February 10th. So take a chance. You will have to do a little more research than you did for the brides, but you get three times as many great stories to read -- and three more chances to win them!

From Theo you get a copy of my three-in-one book containing three complete novels: The Cowboy's Code, containing Cowboys Don't Quit, Cowboys Don't Stay and The Cowboy and the Kid (Romantic Times's Best Series Novel of the Year) PLUS a copy of the book in which somebody named Theo Savakis is the hero by an author whose name you have to figure out. And really, how hard is that? Use google!

From Domenico each winner will get Kate's best-selling Alcolar Family trilogy: The Twelve-Month Mistress, The Spaniard's Inconvenient Wife and Bound by Blackmail.

And from Max you'll get a collection of Liz's other “Groom” books: A Suitable Groom (it wasn’t issued retail in the States and these are her last copies); Her Wish-List Bridegroom (which was shortlisted for an RT Reviewers Choice award) and, Her Corporate Bridegroom.

So you don't have to go back and look up the questions, I'm putting them below:


1) Which book, also being published in February has a hero called Theo Savakis (who is NOT ME because he is going to marry Miranda Weston and I am going to marry MARTHA!) and who is the author of that book?

2) My (Theo's) sister was the heroine of an earlier McAllister book. What's the name of the book -- and the full name of my sister?

3) McAllister says there is "another hero" in The Santorini Bride (which isn't true, by the way). What breed of dog is Ted?


1 Where did Kate celebrate a book launch party this month and which famous novelist did she meet there?

2. What award did Kate's February release - The Italian's Forced Bride win?

3. If the winner of The Brides Contest has already read The Italian's Forced Bride, Kate will give away a copy of her March M&B Modern release which also had Bride in the title. What is the name of this book – and what is the name of it’s hero?


1) St Valentine’s Day is a worldwide phenomenon, but Liz lives in Wales and they have their own special day for lovers in January. What’s the date? And what is the name of the saint involved?

2) The Valentine Bride (the book that Louise and I share), is the last one in a mini series. What was the series called? Name another author who wrote a book in that series (you've got seven to choose from!)

3) Liz wrote a special online story The Cinderella Valentine to set up this series. What are the full names of the two characters who met and fell in love in my Chelsea restaurant?

There. Not difficult at all. You can do it.

Send your answers to me via my website and to Kate and Liz on theirs (links on the side bar).

And by the way, happy Groundhog Day!


Blogger christa said...

Congrats to Stanislava, Chrystal, Laurie.

I heard the groundhog saw his shadow, so Spring should come sooner(not that you can tell by looking outside now)

03 February, 2007  
Blogger Anne McAllister said...

It's the other way around, I think. He ISN'T supposed to see his shadow for an early spring. And he DIDN'T -- so yes, we are supposed to get warmer sooner rather than later. Can't come too quick for me. It's bitterly cold out there! And the wind -- yikes!


03 February, 2007  

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