Blogiversary Giveaway #9 – Danica Avet

I have to brag here a minute….I got to meet Danica Avet last year! I was uber excited because I’d been chatting with her online for quite some time and it’s always fun for me to actually get to meet those behind the computer. If you haven’t had a chance to check out her books, now is your chance to start! Because Danica is AWESOME, she’s giving away some swaggy goodness and a signed copy of Immortal Love! This is open to US or Canadian residents….simply comment and answer this question:

“Do you like romances that start with the hero and heroine meeting or do you like prior relationships (like they met before the book starts)”

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Immortal Love by Danica AvetAvailable: Now Amazon/B&N

Type: Paranormal Romance

Publisher: Evernight

Find Danica: Website/Twitter/Facebook/Goodreads

Enforcer Roxana Love works for Olympus, Inc., the corporate face of the Greek pantheon, and knows better than to trust anyone in administration. Assigned to find and protect the newest member of Olympus, Inc., she figures it’ll be a grab and go job, until she discovers her assignment is the same man she slept with the night before. Keeping things professional will be near impossible when she can’t decide if she wants to kill or kiss him.

One night with Roxana isn’t enough for Mason Landry, despite how crazy she seems. However, he isn’t given much choice when he’s thrown through his window, attacked by mythical beings, and told he’s part-immortal. Roxana’s explanation is too fantastical to believe, but if it keeps him by her side, he’ll go along for the ride. Meeting gods and dodging monsters from lore is nothing compared to the fight he’ll have winning Roxana’s heart.

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ABOUT:

Danica Avet was born and raised in the wilds of South Louisiana where mosquitoes are big enough to carry off small childrenDanica Avet
and there are only two seasons: hot and hotter. With a BA in History, she figured there were enough fry cooks in the world and decided to try her hand at writing. 
Writing is how she gives the voices in her head a way out. They speak to her constantly wanting their stories told and she does her best to accommodate them. When she isn’t writing, working, or contemplating the complexities of the universe, she spends time gathering inspiration from her insane family, reads far more than any sane person would want to, and watches hot burly men chase an oblong ball all over a field.

24 Comments

  1. I have a tendency to like stories where the main characters are meeting for the first time, but I like the reunion ones too. I’m really not picky when it comes to this question. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!!!

  2. I prefer the hero and heroine meeting at beginning of the story. There’s no past heartache unless they do break-up.

    jmesparza821 at gmail dot com

  3. I like both, but I do love when we’re in on the first meeting:) Love the sexual tension…

    Danica is new to me, so I can’t wait to read her stories– I love the picture! LOL

  4. I like both to be honest… but I lean a little more toward the reunion stories.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    melissalamb(at)musfiber(dot)com

  5. I enjoy both kinds. It really depends on my mood, as to which one I want to read. Thanks for the giveaway. marlenebreakfield(at)yahoo(dot)com

  6. Well I’d have to say both. I really don’t have a preference. When I think of them knowing each other I think of series books and I love a good series. Especially family series.

  7. I generally prefer romances to start with having never met before. Although I’ve read quite a few where they meet again that were very good!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. I like to read about their meeting. Sometimes established relationships can get the reader a little confused, depends on how the writer tells it.

  9. I like both, but I really do like second chance stories, friends to lovers, and enemy to lover stories, so I guess I would have to say that I like when they have a past more 🙂

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