Give Books, Not Roses (Giveaway)




*Disclosure: I was provided complimentary samples in order to facilitate my review. These are my opinions and experiences and yours may differ. Post may contain affiliate links.*






Valentine's Day will be here before you know it. Why not go out of the ordinary cards and roses and get your love some good books and chocolate? I know if my husband did this for me I would be the happiest wife ever. We are talking about two books that would make great Valentine's Day Gifts.

The first one is called Love Gently Falling written by Melody Carlson.



Rita Jansen is living her dream in Hollywood when her father calls with news that her mother is sick. When she gets home to Chicago, Rita finds her mother is facing a long recovery and could lose the family-owned salon. As Rita takes her mother's place at work, she also finds herself renewing a friendship with her classmate Johnny and is surprised by how far he will go to help her.

You can purchase this book and read more about it at Love Gently Falling.


The second book is called Keys of Heaven written by Adina Senft.




Sarah Yoder is learning to help the people in her Amish community as a Dokterfraa, creating teas and tinctures from the herb she grows. But her latest patient seems to have a problem that can't be resolved. Meanwhile, Sarah's relatives attempt a little matchmaking between her and a new visitor. This is the second book in the Healing Grace series. 

You can purchase and read more about this book at Keys of Heaven.




The awesome part of this post is that you can enter to win both books and a chocolate bar from Olive and Sinclair below.  Good luck!




10 comments:

  1. I would keep it, I am always looking for new books to read.

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  2. I would keep this for myself.

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  3. I would keep it but share it with my mil who loves to read also

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  4. I would keep it to read then pass it on to my mother!

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  5. I should probably gift it, but I want to keep it!

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  6. Keep it I love books which I spent more time relaxing and reading

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  7. I would share the Amish book with my friend Anne and read the other book and eat the chocolate myself
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
    Merry

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