THE 5 MUSKETEERS Romance Contest

Readers from all over the world WELCOME to the 5 Musketeers Romance Contest!

As you have rightly guessed, your chance to win amazing books is finally here. The 5 Musketeers’ game will run from Monday April 23rd to Friday April 27th, and the location is here for 5 days. Don’t go anywhere else, it’s all happening here! 🙂 So without further ado, let me introduce the 5 fabulous Musketeers:

Day 1 – Monday 23rd: Leanore Elliott, author of LACE & LEATHER.

Day 2 – Tuesday 24th: Elizabeth Morgan, author of SHE-WOLF.

Day 3 – Wednesday 25th: Chris Lange, author of BLIND TO MEN.

Day 4 – Thursday 26th: Ingrid Michaels, author of BAHDRIA.

Day 5 – Friday 27th: Ashlynn Monroe, author of STAR PRINCE.

 

CONTEST RULES:

– Step 1: One author will be featured each day and will ask you 3 questions. To win one of her books, simply leave your answers in the comment box below. To be fair to every participant your comments won’t appear on the blog until the end of the competition, but rest assured the 5 Musketeers will take all your answers into consideration.

– Step 2: Go to LEANORE ELLIOTT Amazon page http://tinyurl.com/85pbn3f . Sign in, and click on a book title. Hit the “like” button at the top of the page, then tick the “tag boxes” at the bottom of the same page.

 

That’s it! As simple as that!

To be eligible you need to follow the whole week and participate every day. Once the competition is over, 5 winners will be chosen by the 5 Musketeers. Results will be announced during the weekend, and winners will be contacted the following week.

At Amazon a book can only be liked once, but you’re more than welcome to like and tag several books by The 5 Musketeers. Don’t have an Amazon account? In less than a minute and for free, you can easily create your Amazon profile.

IMPORTANT: Swags will be offered to the participants who have “liked” and “tagged” the most books on Amazon.

To all of you lovers of romance, have a great time and GOOD LUCK!

 

THE 5 MUSKETEERS

 

OK Are you ready to play? Today’s theme is music, and here are your 3 questions:

– Who wished a singing Happy Birthday to President J.F. Kennedy?

– Which unforgettable song did Whitney Houston sing to Kevin Costner?

– Which “BeverleyHills” song united Richard Gere and Julia Roberts?

 

Thanks for your answers. Don’t forget to like and tag Leanore Elliott’s books here: http://tinyurl.com/85pbn3f

 

LACE & LEATHER: an erotic paranormal western.
A Hot Ride Through The Wild Frontier… Jess (Leather) was on a bloody trail to track down his father’s savage killers. A woman unlike any he’d ever known before seems to appear out of the blue and captures his attention. But is she his to keep? Will he give her up to have his revenge?

 

 

Visit Leanore Elliott:

Website http://tinyurl.com/leanore

Amazon link http://tinyurl.com/85pbn3f

Thank you for playing with The 5 Musketeers. See you tomorrow, same place, same rules.

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22 comments

  1. Who wished a singing Happy Birthday to President J.F. Kennedy? Marilyn Monroe

    – Which unforgettable song did Whitney Houston sing to Kevin Costner? I will always love you

    – Which “BeverleyHills” song united Richard Gere and Julia Roberts? “Kiss” by Prince

  2. This is such a fun idea
    Okay, first off, I have liked and tagged all of Leanore’s books–love her.
    Now on to the questions.
    1) Marilyn Monroe.
    2) I will Always Love You.
    3) LOL, i have no clue.

  3. How fun!! I’ve liked and tagged and here are my answers:
    1. Marilyn Monroe
    2. I Will Always Love You
    3. Pretty Woman

  4. – Who wished a singing Happy Birthday to President J.F. Kennedy?
    The sexy Marilyn Monroe

    – Which unforgettable song did Whitney Houston sing to Kevin Costner?
    “I Will Always Love You”

    – Which “BeverleyHills” song united Richard Gere and Julia Roberts?
    “Pretty Woman” by Roy Orbison

    I didn’t even have to look any of those up. 🙂

  5. Hello! My guesses are…
    Marilyn Monroe sang Happy Birthday to President JFK
    Whitney sang ‘I Will Always Love You’ to Kevin Costner
    I had a hard time with this one so, I’m REALLY guessing it was Richard Gere’s piano solo??? I know, I know…I can already hear you laughing and telling me ‘thanks for playing’. S’alright. 🙂

  6. Who wished a singing Happy Birthday to President J.F. Kennedy? Marilyn Monroe

    – Which unforgettable song did Whitney Houston sing to Kevin Costner? I Will Always Love You

    – Which “BeverleyHills” song united Richard Gere and Julia Roberts? Pretty Woman

  7. Hello Ladies!! What a fun contest! And super easy too. I love it!

    – Who wished a singing Happy Birthday to President J.F. Kennedy?
    Marilyn Monroe

    – Which unforgettable song did Whitney Houston sing to Kevin Costner?
    I Will Always Love You (Originally written and sung by Dolly Parton in the early 1970’s, then later in her movie with Burt Reynolds “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.”) Yes, I am that full of useless knowledge!

    – Which “BeverleyHills” song united Richard Gere and Julia Roberts?
    Oh Pretty Woman by Roy Orbison (I think) Or The Roxxettes “Must of Been love.” Those are the only 2 songs I remember from the movie.

    I “liked” and Tagged the following books by Ms. Elliott:
    Realm of Fire
    The Beholder
    Revealed
    Lace & Leather
    Beasts King of Vengence
    Beasts Eyes of constance
    Beast A Different Life
    Soul Sacrafice
    Soul Betrayal
    Soul Redemption
    Gateway to the Sun – Nowhere Arizona
    Sunset Warrior
    Lipstick and Jazz

    Mel
    bournmelissa at hotmail dot com

  8. A. Marilyn Monroe, Legend.
    B. I will always love you, Great song
    C. Must have been love by Roxette, I believe that is what was playing in the car, in Pretty Woman

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