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Win a copy of A Safe Harbor by Moira Rogers!

A Safe HarborFind out how it all began...

During the bite of the Great Depression, sole female dominant Joan Fuller struggles against the rise of cruelty among her alpha counterparts. The men tolerate her interference--until she breaks from the pack and allies with a witch and a vampire. Now the Boston alpha intends to bring them all forcibly back into the fold--and teach her a lesson she may not survive.

Seamus Whelan and his werewolf bootleggers intend to retire from smuggling and savor their fortune, but first they must do a favor for an old friend: escort some female wolves to safety. An easy job, if their leader wasn't a prim ex-debutante with enough power to challenge Seamus himself. Chance makes them allies; powerful need makes them lovers.

Together, they have the opportunity to build a sanctuary for their kind, but first they must free themselves from Joan's past, and the powerful man who would see her destroyed.

Leave a comment by October 13th for a chance to win a digital copy of A Safe Harbor!

This contest is a part of Moira Rogers' & Vivian Arend's Fall Frenzy Event. For your chance to win books, gift certificates, ereaders and more, visit http://www.moirarogers.com/contests/



Oct. 2nd, 2010 07:16 pm (UTC)
Question, the book club you're a member of is an online one?
Oct. 2nd, 2010 08:46 pm (UTC)
Yeah! You start by adding 10 books you want to swap and they give you 2 free credits to start off with. Then people will request your book and you ship them to them, you get 1 credit when it's received. And if you can choose any book you want for as many credits and you have, free. Audio books are 2 credits. And you can go in the Bazaar and find people willing to make deals, like 2 or 3 books for 1 credit etc.

Check it out (use my referral, we both get +1 credit!)

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