Monday, January 17, 2011

Kiss at Your Own Risk Contest

Stephanie Rowe is celebrating the release of the first book in her Soulfire series, with the Kiss at Your Own Risk Contest. Together, with The Knight Agency and Sourcebooks Casablanca, Stephanie is asking you what the riskiest thing you’ve ever done for love is… The grand prize is a $100 Amazon gift certificate! There are four ways to enter. More info below and Good Luck!


Share the riskiest thing you've done for love (or what someone has risked for you) via Twitter or Facebook status updates, commenting on The Knight Agency's official KISS AT YOUR OWN RISK Contest blog post, or emailing with your entry.

The contest period begins on Monday, January 17th at 12:01am Eastern Standard Time and ends on Thursday, January 20th at 1pm Eastern Standard Time. The winners will be randomly drawn and announced at Stephanie Rowe's author chat on Thursday, January 20th @ 9pm ET in The Knight Agency chat room.


· Grand Prize Winner: $100 Gift Card to

· 6 Runners-Up will receive a copy of Kiss at Your Own Risk

Be sure to check out the website for full contest rules and how to submit multiple entries (including how to TRIPLE your contest entries ).


He needed a killer woman…

Blaine Underhill is one lucky man after having recently escaped a century and a half of imprisonment at the hands of an evil witch. Now he’s determined to save his still-enslaved friend, but in order to do so, he’ll need the help of one of the world’s most lethal women.

She was drop dead gorgeous, literally…

Trinity Harpswell is sick and tired of being a Black Widow. Having managed to go three years without accidentally killing anyone she loves, she’s one short week away from freeing herself from this killer curse forever.

When Blaine tracks her down and convinces her to help him, little does Trinity know that the next seven days are going to be murder!

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