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Giveaway!

Today's the big media blitz day for the charity cancer anthology Seduced by the Game.

To help with the promotion, there's a ginormous giveaway going on. Check it out and enter! The prizes are so good, I'm half tempted to enter!

Additionally, the eBook is now available through iTunes and Kobo.

Of course, there's all that swag!

We nine authors are so happy to be doing our part to support the fight against cancer. We have each been affected by a cancer diagnosis. I've mentioned before that my paternal grandfather died from lung cancer. My maternal grandfather is battling bladder cancer—a fight that I am so happy to say that he is winning. This is why I'm so grateful to be a part of this anthology, to know that I am helping to raise funds for charity that supports a cause so important to me.

I must stress that 100% of all royalties are being donated. Please, help us support Hockey Fights Cancer™!

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  1. i can’t wait to read the book. i love the cover, it’s gorgeous and all of the authors are fantasticly talented, some of my favorites too. :)

    tammy ramey

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    1. Tammy, I *promise* that you will not be disappointed with this book. The stories are all so different and amazing in their own ways. I couldn't be prouder of it. :)

      And that cover model is gorgeous! I stare at it allll the time.

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