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May I Suggest . . . Giveaway Hop


I am so excited to be participating in another giveaway hop, hosted by Stuck in Books!




  • Step One: You get to choose ONE of my favorite books that I'm always recommending (above and each image is linked to the goodreads description) as a physical book or an ebook.  If the book you choose is part of a series, you can choose any book in that series.  
  • Step Two:  Open Internationally as long as the Book Depository ships to you or you can receive an ebook!
  • Step Three: Enter in the Rafflecopter below! 
  • Good luck!

  • a Rafflecopter giveaway


    Check out the other participating blogs for more chances to win!

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    1. Well, I could tell you the obvious answer for my book recommendations? ;) Okay no for real. I always suggest the following series: Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness, Unwind by Neal Shusterman, Air Awakens by Elise Kova, Apocalypsis by Elle Casey, The Woodlands by Lauren Nicolle Taylor, Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi.. there are just so many that I love! And then standalones, definitely Rites of Passage by Joy Hensley, Don't Touch by Rachel M Wilson, anything by Cat Winters, anything by Lauren Oliver, Only Ever Yours and Asking For It by Louise O'Neill.. I feel like this list could go on forever? Umm READ ALL THE BOOKS. ;)

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    2. The Others! Yes. Do you know I loved The Opportunist but I will/can't do a re-read ever? It pains me even to think about the book and series. I was definitely riveted by also depressed by so much wasted time. Plus, I wanted to shake the heck out of Olivia soooo many times! I guess I got a little off track here, lol! Great selection of books here, Eva! Fab giveaway! :)

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    3. i do recommend often books by suzanne johnson i was amazed by each of hers eries ( also under susannah sandlin name) and with her latest release a romance suspense there is really a littel for everyone taste
      i would love to win the book i lmissing in teh others series!

      thanks

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    4. Summer Skin by Kirsty Eagar! It's a YA bordering on NA contemporary romance that's been my favourite read of 2016 by far!

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    5. Me Before You and The Girl on the Train are two books that I have recently been recommending.

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    6. You have some of my favorites listed there! I love seeing To Kill a Rockstar, The Opportunist, and Flat-Out Love on this list. TKaRS has always been an all time favorite. Good luck to everyone who's entered. Hops are so much fun.

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    7. So many good books - The Opportunist is my favorite! I need to read some of these too, especially Station Eleven and Undecided! And the Anne Bishop series. :)

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    8. I see so many of my favorite books in this list.
      I'm always recommending Lisa Kleypas' books to people looking for romance.
      Thanks for the giveaway, Eva!

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    9. The Premonition series by Amy A Bartol and the Academy series by C.L. Stone.

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    10. I always suggest "Since you've been gone" by Morgan Matson :]

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    11. I always suggest The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer!

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    12. So many! It depends on what kind of books they like. I recommend Lisa Kleypas' historical, The Charley Davidson series by Darynda Jones, The Winner's trilogy by Marie Rutkoski.

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    13. The Damsels in Distress series by Laura Kenyon it is a funny twist on fairytale characters i.e Belle, Snow white ect..

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    14. I'm always suggesting The Unwind Dystoly by Neal Shusterman. Awesomley unique YA novels!

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    15. I'm always recommending The Winner's Curse trilogy by Marie Rutkoski, Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan, Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo, and all Kasie West's contemporaries! :)

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    16. Thanks for this giveaway! And thanks for suggestions/recommendations. I heard a lot about The Foxhole Court, I need to check it out if it is one of your favorites.
      And I always suggest Red Rising trilogy by Pierce Brown to everyone who asks for recommendations :)

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    17. Thank you for the giveaway :) I am always recommending Maybe In Another Life, Tell the Wolves I'm Home and Me Before You.

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    18. Thank you for the giveaway :) I am always recommending Maybe In Another Life, Tell the Wolves I'm Home and Me Before You.

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    19. I love the Millenium series, its one of the best series i have ever read.Thanks for the giveaway.

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    20. I'm always rec-ing YA Contemporary books. Courtney Summers (everything), Before I Fall, Dangerous Girls, My Life Next Door. Thanks so much for the Giveaway!!

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    21. Well, I am always suggesting Pierce Brown's Red Rising Trilogy.

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    22. I recommend that you read Every Last Word. It's sweet, beautiful, and sad all at the same time. It's also an interesting portrayal of a girl with OCD, who attempts to find her true self.

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    23. Shadowcursed by Gelo R. Fleisher!
      Samantha D

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    24. I'm always suggesting Asylum and the sequels by Madeleine Roux :)

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    25. Thanks for the giveaway! I recommend Mary Kay Andrews' books for easy fun reads. I've read so many of her books. I also really liked your recommendation of The Coincidence of Coconut Cake. I live in a suburb of Milwaukee so it was fun knowing the setting of the book. I've been recommending that book as well. Love your blog and look forward to your posts!

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    26. The UnEnchanted series by Chanda Hahn and thanks for the great giveaway!! :D

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    27. Thanks for the giveaway! I'm always recommending Jellicoe Road, Friday Brown and Simon vs. :)

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    28. The Mortal Instruments series and the Infernal Devices trilogy.

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    29. I am always suggesting The Winner's Curse and The False Prince. I have now recommended The Winner's Kiss to about 5 of my friends and I work at a bookshop, and my most recommended book is The False Prince.

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    30. I am always recommending anything written by Colleen Hoover, especially Slammed since it's the book that I first fell in love with by her. I also always recommend A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas. It's such a fun read!

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    31. Game of Thrones and the Outlander series.

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    32. Any book by Tillie Cole or Mia Sheridan!

      Betul E.

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    33. Books :D
      Dark Hunter Series by Sherrilyn Kenyon :)

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    34. The Soul Screamers series by Rachel Vincent and Easy by Tammara Webber.

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    35. Lately I suggest Genesis by Bernard Beckett a lot. Is an awesome short dystopian novel and it blows your mind.

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    36. I think that I always suggest Anna and the French Kiss and Looking for Alaska to the ones that haven't read them yet.

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    37. I always suggest Marissa Meyer's Lunar Chronicles.

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    38. The Last Princess by Galaxy Craze and The Martian by Andy Weir

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    39. Right now it is anything by Colleen Hoover, especially November 9.

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    40. I do recommend often Angelfall by Susan Eye. I'm a big fan of Angel books and I really enjoyed this series. You have a kick ass MC and an angel that needs her help and vise versa. You might like this series 😊

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    41. Anything by Sarah Maas like Throne of Glass series or A Court of Thorns and Roses.

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    42. Inquisitor by R J Blain is one of my favorites ♡ Thank you

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    43. I always suggest Warbreaker by Brandon Sanderson :)

      - Ana M

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    44. One of the most recent books that I read that I have been talking about nonstop since I finished is All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. It was just so beautifully written and the storylines come together so well. I cried so much reading it, but it was such a good book.

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    45. Danielle Steele and Nora Roberts books

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    46. The Dark Hunter series by Sherrilyn Kenyon.

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    47. Glimmer of hope by Sarah M. Eden. Thank you for the giveaway :)

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    48. Colleen Hoover's books!

      (KateS on rafflecopter)

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    49. Unfortunately, my friends don't read as much as me or have completely different tastes but I can always recommend Pride & Prejudice. It may be over 200 years old but it still relates to people.

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    50. I always recommend Nalini Singh, she's an amazing writer :)

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    51. I always suggest Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See. Thanks.
      partymix25(at)Hotmail(dot)com

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    52. Gil's All Fright Diner. I just really enjoyed it, and if asked, it's the first one that usually comes to mind.

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    53. Vicious and A Darker Shade of Magic by V. E. Schwab!

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    54. I'm always suggesting Ilona Andrews' Kate Daniels series.

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    55. I'm always suggesting books by Erin Healy - such as Motherless.
      Dianna

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    56. I'm always suggesting Creep and its sequel, Freak, by Jennifer Hillier. These were two of the best suspense/thrillers I've ever read.

      Thanks :)

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    57. Ballads of Suburbia by Stephanie Kuehnert, because it's FANTASTIC and just so real.

      -Lauren

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    58. I always suggest REAL by Katy Evans & The Storm MC series by Nina Levine!!

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    59. I usually suggest Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi!! She was a new author to me and really didn't know how popular her books were.

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