Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Romance Is In The Air Giveaway


Welcome to our stop on the Romance is in the Air giveaway hop!  We have teamed up with a ton of fantastic blogs to bring you Young Adult and clean romance book giveaways.  Keep reading to see what we're giving away here at From the Shadows!

Romance is in the Air Giveaway

We are giving away a complete ebook set of the Spirit Guide young adult paranormal romance series!

Romance is in the Air Giveaway: Win the Spirit Guide young adult paranormal romance series
Win She Smells the Dead, Spirit Storm, Legend of Witchtrot Road, Brush with Death, and The Pirate Curse.

To enter, please use the Rafflecopter form below.  This giveaway is INTERNATIONAL.  Winner will receive all 5 books in the Spirit Guide young adult paranormal romance series in their choice of Kindle, PDF, and ePub format.  Giveaway ends February 14, 2015 midnight EST.


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Visit all of the Romance is in the Air participating blogs for more YA/clean romance giveaways.

Good luck and thank you for hopping by!

Love books?  Don't miss our special February is for Paranormal Romance giveaway.  Visit guest posts from your favorite paranormal romance authors during the month of February for a chance to win a $10 Amazon Gift Card (or Paranormal Romance book from The Book Depository). 

Beginning February 5th, we'll also be giving away a book from Felicity Heaton's Eternal Mates paranormal romance series in our Eternal Mates Giveaway.  

And that's not all!  We are also celebrating 6 months of Paranormal Road Trip blog posts with a giveaway.  Enter our Paranormal Road Trip Giveaway for a chance to win a $10 Amazon Gift Card.

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  1. love the cover !!! cant wait to read!!!

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    1. Thank you! Glad you like the cover. :)

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  2. I loved the first two books in the series - can't wait to read the rest! :)

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    1. So happy to hear you've enjoyed the first two books. Good luck with the giveaway! :)

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  3. Just love books and reading! ;-) Thanks for this opportunity :-)

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    1. You are very welcome! Happy reading. :)

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  4. I always have had a date night with mom on Valentines day since my dad left us. And I always look forward to this day.

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    1. That is such a wonderful way to spend Valentine's Day! :)

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  5. I love the candy, hate that I've NEVER had a boyfriend/significant other on Valentine's day so it makes me kind of sad to see everyone else in love.

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    1. Think of it this way...at least they can't let you down, right? I mean, one year my dad gave my mom vacuum bags. VACUUM BAGS. Epic Valentine's day fail. ;)

      Hope you day is filled with candy and awesome books!

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  6. I love the cover, its quite beautiful. And i HATE THE CANDY. But i love the flowers they display for Valentine's Day, flowers are quite wonderful c:

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    1. Thank you! I'm so glad you like the cover.

      My waistline hates the candy too, lol. :)

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  7. I love getting flowers. I'm not sure my partner will get me one though since we will be out of town. Haha!

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    1. Being out of town does make things tricky. Hope your Valentine's Day is fun!

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  8. What I love most about valentine's day is spending time with my friends and family! We don't really celebrate much ^^

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    1. I love an excuse to spend time with friends and family. :)

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  9. I like how the hubby always gets me Laura Secord chocolates on Valentines. It's a 14 year tradition.

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    1. Wow, 14 years. Congrats! That sounds like a wonderful tradition. :)

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  10. I hate how everyone makes it out like it is the biggest and most important holiday

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  11. The thing I hate about Valentine's day is when everyone who doesn't have a significant other complains about being single and stuff. It's sorta pathetic. You don't need a significant other to complete you, or to make you feel better. Valentine's day shouldn't just be about your relationship status, it's about those you love in general. Whomever they are, whether it be your mom or your sister or your best friend. Heck, even your cat if he's included on the list of people you care about. I just think people turn Valentine's day into something it shouldn't be. It's not "poor me I'm single" day it's Valentine's day. A holiday about love. Those you love and those who love you. And for those who are single on Valentine's, remember: You are a strong, independent woman who doesn't need a man and can buy herself chocolate....

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  12. It's my dad's birthday. I like that he was, you know, born, but it makes the whole "romantic holiday" thing feel a little icky.

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    1. This made me LOL. I suppose you could make romantic dinner reservations, etc on a different night. Dad gets his birthday celebration, and you get to beat the crowds (and often inflated prices). Win? ;)

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  13. Valentines Day is really all about the candy for me. I am happily married, and very much in love with my husband, but Valentines Day has never really meant too much to either of us, other than a good excuse to eat a bunch of yummy junk! Not that we really need an excuse!

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    1. Halloween = candy. Thanksgiving = pie. Christmas = cookies. Birthdays = cake. Valentine's Day = chocolate.

      I see a pattern here. ;)

      Enjoy the candy!

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  14. Hi, and thanks so much for the giveaway!! I LOVE the cover of "Spirit Storm", and know that I would enjoy reading the entire series!

    To answer the comment question, my VERY FAVORITE thing about Valentine's Day is to go out to dinner with hubby, then down to the beach for a romantic moonlit walk. I follow that up with a Twilight Saga marathon the weekend after Valentine's Day!! (Hubby retires to the bedroom with his laptop during the marathon, but takes a break during the "intermission" between two movies to come out and share some popcorn with me. Then he might stay and watch a little, after which he goes back to the bedroom. He gets lots of TLC from me for being so sweet!! HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!!!!!! : )

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    1. Best of luck with the giveaway. I'm so glad you like the book covers!

      I'm picturing a walk on the beach right now, and it is not a romantic image. (We're getting another foot of snow here today.) I'm guessing you live somewhere warm? lol.

      Happy Valentine's Day! :)

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    2. Yes, I live in Miami, Florida. But I've never seen snow, so how about we trade? It gets VERY hot down here sometimes. Lol.

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  15. My husband and I do a romantic dinner, and also there is usually some wonderful chocolate involved!

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    1. Dinner and chocolate sounds like a perfect way to celebrate!

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  16. What I like about Valentines is the reminder & opportunity to be romantic. This does not come naturally to everyone.

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    1. So true. It does make it extra romantic when the tough Alpha types do something sweet for Valentine's Day. ;)

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  17. I love a romantic dinner and spending quality time with my husband

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    1. Romantic dinner and quality time sounds fantastic. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  18. I love Valentines. It is basically the first holiday after the hectic Christmas and New Years days. My husband and I go to one of our favorite restaurants and have a nice meal, just the two of us!!!

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    1. I agree. By Valentine's Day, I'm so ready for a holiday. Enjoy your romantic dinner! :)

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  19. I hate that everyone makes such a big deal of the 14th and spends so much just for it, but I love having a whole month called love month haha.

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    1. "Love Month" it's a great month for reading romance.

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    1. There really is so much to like about candy. :) Happy Valentine's Day!

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  21. I don't like Valentine's Day, but I do like it's companion holiday - Singles Awareness Day!

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    1. I have to admit, I had to look that one up. Happy S.A.D.! ;)

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  22. I love chocolates and romance so what a great holiday :)
    I usually spend it with my hubby and our beautiful children.
    Lori H

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    1. That sounds wonderful. Happy Valentine's Day! :)

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  23. I love spending Valentine's Day with my Granddaughter ( who is my Valentine ) so her Mom and Dad can have a romantic evening.

    Carolyn V

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    1. This is the sweetest Valentine's Day ever. :)

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  24. Love a bookmark saying I love you more than Star Wars I got for one VD once ;)

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    1. An "I love you" bookmark sounds like such a romantic surprise! Happy Valentine's Day. :)

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  25. heh...is it weird to say that Vday is kinda just another day most years? I do enjoy the years we manage to go out to eat, just me and the hubby. Hard to do with three kiddos though. :) My daughter, however, said the other day that candy is her favorite part. She entered 6th grade this year so the Vday parties are no more...she didn't like that because she always looks forward to the candy. Told her if she got a boyfriend, she might still get some candy and she looked at me with disgust! lol Apparently candy isn't worth it...she says boys/relationships are WAY too much drama...hahaha

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    1. "Apparently candy isn't worth it...she says boys/relationships are WAY too much drama." <--LOL. I like how your daughter thinks. hahahahaha.

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  26. I'm not really into Valentine's day. Not any more at least. I just hate the overly commercialized feel of it. Like you have to do something to prove your love if you're in a relationship and if you're not, well, you're pathetic. It is rather awful in that sense.

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    1. I try to ignore the overly commercialized aspect of the day, and use the holiday as an excuse to binge on Paranormal Romance Novels, and perhaps some candy. ;)

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  27. I like Valentine's Day. I don't like how society makes single people feel bad about not having someone special for Valentine's Day. I think it should celebrate all forms of love,

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    1. I agree that Valentine's Day should celebrate all forms of love.

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  28. i don't like how it center only on couple love i prefer the japaneese version where it's to show all kind of love of affection...also i regrett it's only one day. for me showing love it's not only on a specific day it's all teh small attentions, gestures each day

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    1. The Japanese version sounds wonderful. :)

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  29. I usually don't mind Valentine's Day. The one thing I dislike is that, if you don't have some sort of date or plans, some people look down on you.

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    1. Do book boyfriends count? Happy Valentine's Day! :)

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  30. I love getting my kiddos a few fun things for Valentines Day.

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    1. It's fun to spoil kids on holidays. :) Happy Valentine's Day!

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  31. I hate how we are all supposed to celebrate love on a specific day. Romance to me is spontaneous, it shouldn't be expected at a certain time.

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    1. Thanks for the chance! Tanyamarieward(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  32. I don't like all the candy, because I can't eat it any more.

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    1. I prefer books over candy. Happy Valentine's Day! :)

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  33. I make and send Valentines to my mom and sister, as well as my children. It's not just about my husband. It's telling the people I love most, how much I love them. Happy Valentines day!

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    1. That is such a wonderful idea! Happy Valentine's Day. :)

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  34. I dislike that my boyfriend doesn't like or celebrate Valentine's Day. To him it's just another day! I don't need to be wooed. I just want him to spend time with me & remind me he loves me! If he happens to remind me with Chocolate I would totally be okay with that!!

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    1. Gah! Tell him that chocolate is mandatory. I think there's a law. ;)

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  35. like other holidays it's way too commercialized - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  36. I love decorating for it!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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    1. Decorating is so much fun. Happy Valentine's Day! :)

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    1. It doesn't get much better than chocolate overload. ;)

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  38. Hate that people feel they HAVE to go out and do things for someone for other people to see. Should be for just the person you care about!

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  39. This sounds like a fun series. And, that's a nice cover, too.

    About V-Day, I dislike the high prices of candy these days. I usually get mine on the 15th, when it goes on sale.
    However, I love that I get to spend V-Day with my honey this year.

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    1. Thank you!

      Happy Valentine's Day (and day after Sale Candy Day)!

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  40. My sweetie will be cooking for me tonight with extras.

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  41. I love the reason to buy my loved ones a git.

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