Naughty & Nice Blog Hop

On Friday I asked if you wanted to be “wicked”. Today, the question is whether you want to be Naughty & Nice!

It’s not really my question. Romance at Random is hosting this Naughty & Nice Blog Hop to celebrate their new release, Naughty & Nice, which features holiday stories (hence the title) by Ruthie Knox, Molly O’Keefe and Stefanie Sloane.

Here’s a list of the very, very nice prizes that Romance @ Random is giving away for this hop!

Prizes – R@R is giving away (must be 18 or older to participate):
· 15 Net Galley Preview copy winners of Naughty & Nice +
· 5 About Last Night by Ruthie Knox paper giveaways (US only) +
· Grand Prize of $15 Gift Certificate to eRetailer of choice!!

 a Rafflecopter giveaway

And here’s the complete list of hop sites. Hop around to increase your chances to win!

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11 Responses to Naughty & Nice Blog Hop

  1. Yvette says:

    Naughty is so much better, but I do know that sometimes you have to be nice and then strike with naughty!
    Yvette
    yratpatrol@aol.com

  2. TrishJ says:

    Love these hops. I find new blogs to follow so I find new authors. Win/win.

  3. laurie g says:

    i prefer being naughty. so much more fun

  4. soha molina says:

    Its A Wonderful Life

  5. Joy F says:

    12 Dates of Christmas is my favorite.

  6. LorettaLynn says:

    Naughty & Nice i dont think i could be just one:) Thanks for the great stop on the hop!

  7. JanD says:

    I’m more nice than naughty.
    bituin76 at hotmail dot com

  8. Misha K. says:

    I love The Bite Before Christmas~ thank you for the lovely hop!

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  10. Sue Sattler says:

    I’m sooo nice when I’m being naughty. You really can’t have one without the other.

  11. I am a sucker for any holiday romance. I love the ones with miracles like Debbie McComber’s books.