{Blog Hop | Giveaway} Freedom to Read- Jesse’s Girl by Miranda Kenneally

» 1 July, 2015 » Giveaways » 27 comments


With the 4th of July right around the corner, it’s that time of year for a wonderful blog hop.  Be sure to visit all the blogs you can in hopes for a patriotic win!  Enjoy!

Freedom to Read Giveaway Hop

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27 Responses to “{Blog Hop | Giveaway} Freedom to Read- Jesse’s Girl by Miranda Kenneally”

  1. Sam

    I am currently reading The Allure of Julian Lefray by RS Grey. It’s a cute, fun romance. I really like the characters and I am an RSG fan. I would recommend this to people who like light hearted romances.

  2. DebraG

    I am getting ready to start a book and cannot decide which one.

    • A Leisure Moment

      I hate being in those situations. I’m in that same boat this weekend. When I get like that, move to a picture book, so I can finish it within minutes… 🙂 Let’s us know what you ended up reading.

  3. LAWonder10

    I am currently Reading As My Fathers Were and it is interesting but a little drawn out but I would still recommend it.

    • A Leisure Moment

      Drawn out can be little hard to tackle. However, when we do see a glimpse of hope and the light at the end of the tunnel, we push forward as readers to get it done and in the end are happy that we stuck with it. At least for me that works…:) Thanks for Sharing!

  4. Linda Trinklein

    I just started The forgotten Girl by David Bell
    before that I read ” A court of thorns and Roses” 5 Stars- amazing – I def recommend!

    • A Leisure Moment

      I’m hearing a lot about A court of thorns and Roses. I wasn’t able to get a copy at BEA but I’m sure it will be read soon. 🙂 Thanks for sharing both titles Linda.

  5. Mary Preston

    I’m reading ON A HIGHLAND SHORE by Kathleen Givens – good so far.

  6. Carol

    I’m reading Saint Anything by Sara Dessen and so far is great! A perfect beach read!!

  7. Jayne

    I’m skimming through my Kindle right now reading my favorite parts of my favorite books. Anyone else do that?

    Anyway, I’m just not sure what I’m going to read next. I’m wishing that Drowning to Breathe by AL Jackson was out or the follow up to Taint by Carmen Jenner.

    • A Leisure Moment

      You know Jayne. I’ll have to admit. No I have not done that. But what a great idea! I’ll have to try it sometimes. I received a book in this month’s Bookworm box by AL Jackson. So this will be my first read by her.

  8. Rachel B

    I’m currently reading Coming Back by Emma South. I haven’t read enough of it yet to form an opinion, but I’m cautiously optimistic about it. That could change, especially if the male hero continues the character path he’s walking.

  9. bn100

    tried Maid for the Billionaire by Ruth Cardello; didn’t like anything about it and would never recommend it

  10. Texas Book Lover

    I’m reading Claimed by Rebecca Zanetti. It’s really good so far!

  11. Erika

    I’m reading V-Girl right now for review. It is very unique but is a little uncomfortable and not for the conservative reader. So far, I don’t think I’d recommend it. It just is missing something and the writing does flow well for me yet. I’m only at about 15% though.

    • A Leisure Moment

      Hi Erika, of course I had to check this out on goodreads. New-Adult Dystopian for ages 18 and up. Your description of it, is well put.

  12. Jessica Cox

    Right now I am reading the Men of Honor Series by K.C. Lynn

  13. Gaby

    I’m currently reading Drawn to You by Ker Dukey and I would HIGHLY recommend it! Everything she write is pure gold!

  14. BookLady

    I am currently reading Styxx by Sherrilyn Kenyon. It is part of her Dark Hunter series and I highly recommend it for readers who enjoy paranormal romance. Fantastic series!

  15. Josy Herrera

    Im reading When Im Gone by Abbi G.
    Totally rec!