Not Proper Enough! 5 Copies Available Here!

Today, 10 copies of Not Proper Enough arrived in the mail. That’s right. 10.

 

I will give away 5 of them here to people who will read the book and post an est review at a favorite vendor,  and/or tell other people about my book.

I’ll be giving away copies at the Risky Regencies (Check my Wednesday August 15 post) and Twitter.

I would give some away directly at Facebook, but they have pretty strict rules about that sort of thing, so FB people, leave a comment here and you’re in.

If you follow me on Twitter, well, follow along!

RULES

Void where prohibited. Must be 18 or older to enter. No purchase necessary. Post a comment to this post by Midnight Pacific on Friday August 17, 2012. International OK.

It would be awesome, but not required, to mention your favorite flower or your favorite color of flower. I like orange zinnias. They’re really pretty.

Note: By “honest” review, I mean exactly that. Your review should say what you think about the story.

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24 Responses to “Not Proper Enough! 5 Copies Available Here!”

  1. jamie heustess says:

    Woohooo…sounds wonderful! I love doing reviews….though my hubby says they take up all my time…he is just jealous!

  2. Looks awesome! Can’t wait to get my mitts on it and devour it! 🙂

  3. Sharla says:

    Carolyn, I love your books – whatever genre they are! I have thoroughly enjoyed your historicals! I will tell everyone on Facebook and Twitter and do my best on reviews even though I suck at reviews!

    My favorite flowers are lilacs, early, sweet, and gone too soon!

    Thanks!
    Sharla

  4. Kaetrin says:

    My favourite flower is the lissianthus – they were my wedding flower also.

    hankts AT internode DOT on DOT net

  5. margaret whelehan says:

    my favourite flower is the daffodils. i love the ones with the yellow center and white outside.

  6. Lauren Mueller says:

    My favorite flower is the Florence Nightingale rose.

  7. Kathy Brantley says:

    Tossing my name in the hat.

    My favorite flower is a tie: daylillies and peonies.

  8. Lisa says:

    Love Tulips especially Blue and Dark Pink. Love your Books!
    Thanks for the Giveaway~

  9. Kim says:

    Congrats on your new release. My favorite flowers are roses and tulips.

    penfield716(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

  10. willaful says:

    Well gosh, I don’t know if I should enter since I won a copy of the last one… but I really, really want to read this one. So I’ll just enter and you can eliminate me if you think it’s not fair.

    My favorite flowers are the bi-colored nasturtiums with cute names like “Strawberry Margarita” and “Peaches and Cream.”

  11. Libby Rice says:

    Congrats on the release!

    I adore lilacs, which of course are usually lavender, though I have seen white (I like the lavender ones!).

  12. My favorite flowers are orchids of any color, and also lavender roses!

  13. Anna says:

    I would love to win Not Proper Enough, but I did win the advanced copy of the last book so what willaful said. My favortie flowers are gladiolas and calla lilies.

  14. Maria Ifijen says:

    I cant wait to read this one! My favorite flowers are peonies.

  15. Margaret says:

    I love orange lilies.

  16. michelle ackerman says:

    I would love to win a copy. My favorite flowers are violets.

  17. Pam says:

    My favorite flower is the orchid. I wish I could grow one! I would love to win and review.

  18. Elizabeth says:

    I would love to win a copy of this book:)

    My favorite flowers are tulips, peonies, and roses.

  19. eli yanti says:

    Thank you so much for the chance to read your book, Carolyn, I’m so excited 🙂

    My favorite flowers is orchid, morning glory and rose

  20. Jen says:

    Hope I’m not too late; would love to read a copy!

    My favourite flower tends to be tulips. Or fuschias.

  21. Aretha says:

    Hi I love tulip and hydrangea. I promise I will review your book. Thx 😉

  22. Aretha says:

    Hi I love tulip and hydrangea. I promise I will review your book. Thx for the opportunity