A Heartwarming Thanksgiving Reviews
This is the perfect time to get in holiday spirit with some fun romance! We're looking for reviewers for this Harlequin Heartwarming collection of novellas (originally released last year). Reviews need to be posted in November. If you read the books last year and have a review that can be now posted online (as they weren't listed on retailers online last year), that works as well.

You do not have to be a blogger to review.

Review copies in ebook only.

Not all who sign up may receive a review copy as there is a limited number allotted.

We encourage reviews to be posted to Goodreads, your blog (if you have one), and other retail sites regardless if you enjoy the collection or not.

BOOK SUMMARY:

Count down to Thanksgiving with one of our 13 poignant Harlequin Heartwarming short stories. This is a time to get together with family and friends, and reconnect over pumpkin pie and hot apple cider…or read about the stories where heroes and heroines struggle to get their dream holiday!

Snow Day Baby by Amy Vastine
Wedding at Turkey Run by Liz Flaherty
Her Thanksgiving Soldier by Leigh Riker
Mr. Right All Along by Jennifer Snow
Falling for the Cowboy by Sophia Sasson
The Marriage Gift by Tara Taylor Quinn
Heart of a Hero by Pamela Tracy
Thankful for You by Karen Rock
Autumn at Jasper Lake by Carol Ross
The Firefighter’s Promise by Kate James
Wedding of His Dreams by Cari Lynn Webb
The Sweetheart Tree by Rula Sinara
Married by Thanksgiving by Melinda Curtis


Any questions? Contact Tressa at prismbooktours@gmail.com.

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