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Friday, November 9, 2012

Men and Women of the Military (#Giveaway) Hop - INT

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Who doesn't love a man in uniform? I for one, can not get enough of them. Though out of uniform is even better, if you ask me. ;) And the women are just bad ass, for reals. Much respect. But really, military heroes and heroines are loyal, hard working & they never give up, brave, determined, totally adaptable (think chameleons) , fit (see picture above & below), again - bad ass, dependable...and I'll stop there because I could go on for a while. But whether on page or in real life I think they are honorable and deserving of our respect, no matter what. They fight for our freedom and give their lives freely so our families can live safe and secure. So I am very happy to take part of this hop hosted by the lovely Vanessa at The Jeep Diva! Thank you, Vanessa, for putting this together and thank you so much to all the men and women, as well as their families, for doing what you do! You all are in my heart and in my prayers and I will never be able to fully express how much I appreciate what you do and all that you sacrifice. XOXO 

Now on to the giveaway!
I love romance and I especially love romances that feature sexy alpha military men! A few of my favorite books with all this yumminess are:



That's just to name a few though! ;) We won't get me started on ex-military men who work their own ops afterwards. So, I am giveaway away one book (worth up to $10.00) from Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook or The Book Depository  to one reader.  (Open to Kindle & Nook users and anywhere TBD ships to for free.) The only restriction is the book must feature a military hero or heroine in it! Open to followers of Reading Between the Wines (there are several options to follow by), just fill out the Rafflecopter below to enter! Additional entries are available but not required. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
Hop along & make sure to stop back by on Monday, Veteran's Day, for our Military Romance Week Event, to catch more uniform goodness!

And here is your gratuitous more-than-half nekkid military man. You're welcome. ;)

46 comments:

Anonymous said...

It would have to be Navy Seal Zane Scott of Stephanie Tyler's Promises in the Dark ;)

Victoria said...

I'm in total agreement with Neyra. I loved PROMISES IN THE DARK. Zane was perfect.
Thank you.
vsloboda(at)gmail(dot)com

Kim in Hawaii said...

Aloha! I loved Colonel Harry Chattan in THE SCOTTISH WITCH. He tries to implement military tactics in derailing a curse ... but falls in love instead! I appreciate that the author, Cathy Maxwell, featured post traumatic stress, something that certainly was not talked about in the Regency Era. It is not something that is expected in a historical romance, but in this case, added to the hero's valor.

Ann Q said...

I loved Hot Target by Suzanne Brockman. Have to admire those military mens' bodies and spirits.

miki said...

i love the kgi series by maya banks

thank you a lot for the international giveaway

Anonymous said...

I love the Ghostwalker series by Christine Feehan :D

sam atkin said...

I'm new to this genre so i have only red one book and loved it.
Just Remember to Breathe by Charles Sheehan-Miles

Susan T. said...

Love Maya Banks' KGI series. Thanks

kidsue99@yahoo.com

mariehahn13 said...

Cindy Gerard's Black Ops series :)

Thanks for a wonderful hop and giveaway!

Marie
songbird1613 at yahoo dot com

Kelsey Summer said...

I love Kallypso Masters' Rescue Me Series. I can't say which one I love best. I've loved all of them.

kesummer69(at)gmail(dot)com

e. said...

I love love love the Troubleshooter series by Suzanne Brockmann -- my favorite of that series is Out of Control!

CMD said...

I have to pick ONE?? I can't even pick a favourite series, let alone a single book! So I'll do my best and go with Cindy Gerard's Black Ops, Inc. I love me some BOIs :)

Sophia Rose said...

I'm having the same trouble as some of the other commentators because I have so many military heroes/heroines that I've enjoyed. I'll mention one that is a bit less well known and has darker elements to it. It falls more into the m/m erotica category: The Special Forces v.1-3 by Aleksandr Voinov, Marquesate and Vashtan.

Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

Anonymous said...

theres no way i can pick just one. i cant even pick one series. like your model. hot!!!!

crystaley73 said...

KGI series by Maya Banks so my Favorite so far.

Kassandra said...

Dark Edge of Honor by Rhianon Etzweiler and Aleksandr Voinov is one of my absolute faves!

Kassandra
sionedkla@gmail.com

Mel Bourn said...

I have one of the Rescue Me series and love it. I need to continue reading it.

Thanks for the gratuitous picture. I will take those anyday!
mel
bournmelissa at hotmail dot com

Linda said...

There´s so many good ones, i can´t chose. Sydney Croft´s ACRO, Anne Stuart´s Iced, Maya Banks KGI.. Oh, and Laurann Dohner´s New Species got their own uniforms, =)
Thanks for the giveaway!
//Linda

Cathy V said...

I love Kallypso Masters' Rescue Me series. Love love love it! Thaks for the giveaway.
kitcat76@hotmail.com

erin said...

Thanks for the great giveaway! I'd say anything by Suzanne Brockmann :)

donnas said...

I just read Operation Endgame which was really great.

SdyLion said...

Sydney Croft's ACRO series or Sherrilyn Kenyon's BAD series were spy/military OPS series that I have read and enjoyed. sdylion(at)gmail(dot)com

Laurie said...

I am currently reading the Black Knights series and enjoying it!

laurie said...

It would have to be Navy Seal Zane Scott of Stephanie Tyler's Promises in the Dark ;)

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Susan W. said...

Christine Feehan's GhostWalker series is one of my favorites. Also loved Sydney Croft's Acro series. My all time favorite military series is the MacKenzie's by Linda Howard.

suz2(at)cox(dot)net

Joanne said...

The KGI series by Maya Banks

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Anonymous said...

I love the KGI series also. They rock. Thanks for the chance.

bas1chs said...

I really liked Because of You by Jessica Scott, loved Should Have Been a Cowboy by Lorelei James, and many many others!

Lisa said...

The Rescue Me series by Kallypso Masters

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BLHmistress said...

I haven't had a chance to read any military themed books yet, I do have the first book in the Rescue Me series on my Kindle waiting to be read.

Rafflecopter Name; Dawna Newman

Mary Preston said...

It took me a while to get past the picture.

Suzanne Brockman's HOT TARGET is great.

Barbara E. said...

I loved Jessica Scott's Because of You. Sandra Hill has some fun books featuring Navy Seals as well that I really enjoyed.

Gabrielle Lee said...

I love military stories. My favorite would have to be any book in the A little harmless series.

Gabrielle
meingee@yahoo.com

Di said...

I love Suzanne Brockmann's SEAL series
sallans d at yahoo dot com

nurmawati djuhawan said...

i love navy seals series by suzanne brockmann... :)
thx u for the giveaway..

Yvette said...

I love Brothers in Arms by Kendall McKenna.
Yvette
yratpatrol@aol.com

Cheryl McInnis said...

One of my favorites is Cam McKay from Lorelei James' Shoulda Been A Cowboy. :)

Ollie said...

I LOVE the Rescue Me series by Kallypso Masters.


Thanks for the giveaway!

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Ollie aka DarkBloodyVamp

Debby said...

I love the Ghostwalker series By Christine Feehan.
debby236 at gmail dot com

Anne said...

The whole KGI series by Maya Banks and Tara Janzen's Steele Street books.

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Irene Jackson said...

Such a lot of good ones , Maya Banks KGI series is one of the best.
Irene
irgl7(at)bonzo15(dot)plus(dot)com

sienny said...

suzanne brockmann's seal team ten series and troubleshooters inc. are my favorite :)

Maureen said...

His Very Own Girl by Carrie Lofty is a good story.

Susan Griscom said...

I haven't read many, but one that comes to mind is Forged in Fire. Zane had me from the first chapter. Thanks for the giveaway.

Anonymous said...

1st thanks for that awesome pic!!
2nd i lOVE laura kaye one night with a hero!

Marlene Breakfield said...

I like Brockman's seal teams books.