Friday, May 11, 2007

The Grooms Contest -- part 2

Here we go again!

Max is back from his honeymoon. He says he's talked to Liz and she has agreed to let him give away a copy of The Secret Life of Lady Gabriella.

I think she's just too busy meeting her deadline to know what she's giving away or she'd have given away his book! But Anne says Lady G is really special, so whoever wins it is going to get a great read.

Dom dropped by and offered a book of Kate's. He has definitely chilled out since his wedding. Doesn't get all snarky about being called Dom anymore. I think Alice has had a good effect on him. He hasn't told me which book of Kate's he gets to give away yet, but any book by Kate Walker is pretty darn special, so whoever wins it will be lucky.

And I'm offering a copy of my sister Tallie's book, The Antonides Marriage Deal, since I figure you've already read my book. Right? Maybe you've read Tallie's too. If so, you can tell me and maybe Anne can dig up a book of hers you haven't read. And if you've read all 58 of them, she'll send you something else really special (I suggested, like, maybe George, my brother, gift-wrapped. But we'd have to get him out of the lab first).

Anyway, to win, you have to answer three questions:
1) Who did I (Theo) marry in The Santorini Bride?
2) Which book of Liz Fielding's won Romantic Times's award for "Best Harlequin Romance of 2006?"
3) What is the name of Kate Walker's 50th book?

Easy, right?

And if you don't know off the top of your head, the answers can be found on Anne's and Liz's and Kate's blogs, just like last time. So go look.

And then send your answers to Anne on her website using the Contact Anne tab. She isn't sure if Kate and Liz want to have winners, too, or if we're just going to do it from here.

Right now, let's assume we're just doing it from here. So unless you hear otherwise, don't submit your answers to Kate and Liz. They have enough to do. If they decide they want to pick winners, we'll let you know.


Contest ends May 31st.

5 Comments:

Blogger Christa said...

You left Anne alone with Flynn. She'l get him around to her way of thinking in no time. As I'm sure you can attest to Theo.

12 May, 2007  
Blogger Theo Savas said...

Probably shouldn't have left them alone -- but I figure, I was on my honeymoon for a couple of weeks and he had to deal with her then. Plus, he's almost finished and she can hand him off to Sara forever.

He'll probably be back with his contest sometime, too. As will Spence. Spence, who used to blog here, has promised to come back and take a shot soon.

12 May, 2007  
Blogger Kate Walker said...

Domenico Parrisi said:

Okay, I talked to Kate and she'll donate a signed copy of Sicilian Husband, Blackmailed Bride - or something from her backlist if the winer already has that

Have fun, Theo

Dom

12 May, 2007  
Blogger Christa said...

Theo
I wish you, the bride, the babe and Ted a wonderful life together.
I'm sure between Anne and Sara's mother, she has gotten sime good advice on handling a man like Flynn.

Why are you so determined to give George away? Just think if Anne was to write George's story, we can all read about how he is insanely jealous of your new found happiness (not that he'll admit it).

12 May, 2007  
Blogger Theo Savas said...

Great! Thanks, Dom! And tell Kate thanks, too. Does she want winners from her blog as well?

Christa, George is...well...George. He is The Voice Of Reason. He could always see the consequences of the trouble we were going to get into when we were kids. He'd say, "If we do jump off the dock in the middle of January..." and then blah, blah, blah...he'd give you like 30 million logical things you should be taking into account -- currents, tides, phases of the moon.

You just wanted to punch him. Except he had a pretty good left hook and wasn't afraid to use it. Also, he was usually right.

But at least he'd jump, too. Even if he did say, "I told you so," after.

12 May, 2007  

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