Big Cocks & Shamrocks Blog Hop #Giveaway


Today we are talking about the Irish! Believe it or not, there’s a little bit of Irish in me and now, I’m not talking about some leprechaun loving!

All of my grandparents are from Galicia, one of the provinces of Spain, but also one of the Gaelic nations. On my grandma’s side of the family, we have quite a lot of redheads and green eyes. Actually, that must be how I inherited my green eyes.

When I was lucky enough to visit our family in Spain, they tried to teach us a little Gallego (rather difficult), but we also got to listen to them play bagpipes. We even brought one home with us, not that we ever really managed to get more than a squawk out of it.

So, happy St. Patrick’s Day from this Gaelic lass. To celebrate, I’m taking part in the Big Cocks and Shamrocks Blog hop! Answer the following questions by sending an e-mail to cpsromance at att dot net until March 22 at midnight EST time for a chance to win a copy of THE VAMPIRE’S CONSORT and a $25 Gift Card to the retailer of your choice.

Questions: What is the name of the heroine in THE SHIFTER’S KISS?
What is the name of the prince in THE PRINCE’S GAMBLE?

Also follow these Rafflecopter directions for a chance to win a basket full of naughty stuff! Visit the other blog participants for chances to win even more prizes!

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9 thoughts on “Big Cocks & Shamrocks Blog Hop #Giveaway”

  1. The heroine is Nali in Shifter’s Kiss.
    Prince Alexander in the Prince’s Gamble.

    Thank you for the giveaway & being part of this fun hop!

    JessieL62(at)comcast(dot)net

  2. I love how naughty this hop sounds and it just so happens that I am a BIG fan of both those things. As for St. Patty’s Day, I spent the day working and the evening partying. I went to visit my best friend and we went to two Irish Pubs as well as an assortment of other places. We danced and flirted and sported green. We even got hit on my two cops who stopped their cop car just to talk to us. At first, I thought we were in trouble for something but then they said they thought they knew one of us. Well, they didn’t… they just wanted our phone numbers. Cute.
    Thanks for the giveaway! And, I hope you had a very happy St. Patrick’s Day!

    mestith at gmail dot com

  3. Interesting that your family is from Celtic Galicia. I spent several days there 6 years ago (based in Santiago de Compostela) and really enjoyed it. Within the first hour, I came upon a piper, so I was thrilled.

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