Nov 9, 2012

Men & Women of the Military Giveaway Hop

 Men & Women of the Military
 Giveaway Hop

Hosted by The Jeep Diva

Military hotness abound! I must confess that military heroes have always been a favorite for me. Courage, dedication, commitment and downright hotness (especially when they are less than perfect) always hit my right buttons. It was no surprise that my first hero was Master Chief Jackson Monroe, a career Navy man who's about to break all the rules for a much younger doctor if they can survive getting a helicopter crash, an alien invasion, and a sinister attempt of world domination.

Giveaway*: One winner gets an e-copy of Water of Life, e-copy of my short story Cold Hard Magic, & e-copy of Alien Mate by the awesome Eve Langlais (this item will be gifted via ARe and requires an account, subject to availability).
*Open international. If there's enough international comments, I'll give a second copy of Water of Life to an international entrant, so let me know if you're (INT).

To enter** just answer the following question in the comments (be sure to let me know what file format you prefer):
**Get an extra entries if you add Red's Wolf to your TBR list on Goodreads and if you follow me on twitter 

Who is your favorite military hero?

My answer? Hands down, Frederick Wentworth (Persuasion)
Though I have to confess that Ciarán Hinds probably
has a lot to do with the fact.  My dream recast?
Richard Armitage :)

Be sure to check out the other blogs for more awesome giveaways!


  1. Honestly I don't have one yet, since I haven't read any military themed books yet but I hope to change that soon.


  2. The Masters in the Rescue Me series by Kallypso Masters


  3. follow via twitter

    I like Harry Bosch, Vietnam Vet; Cotton Malone, retired Navy; and Jack Kincaid, ex military turned soldier for hire.


    beachhouse dot writer at gmail dot com

  4. Real military hero? My husband....Fictional...the men of Brothers in Arms.
    yratpatrol AT aol DOT com

  5. Real Hero? My dad.
    Fictional? one of Lori Foster's (from the books Men of honor or Men of courage)


    Twitter following @BeckeyWhite

  6. Robert E. Lee. In fiction, Alan Francisco in Suzanne Brockmann's Frisco's Kid. I have a Kindle...and follow on Twitter.
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

  7. Dash from Elizabeth's Wolf by Lora Leigh. Thanks for being a part of the hop.
    jessangil at gmail dot com