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Giveaway: Welcome To Last Chance - Hope Ramsay



Synopsis:
Dear Reader,

Yes, our town is way off the beaten path, but strange, wonderful miracles happen a lot around here.
I've owned the Cut 'n' Curl beauty shop for years, and I've seen folks come for a visit, then stay for a lifetime. Take Jane-that pretty firecracker of a girl who just arrived in town. I would swear she's running from something. She came with only five dollars in her pocket but she's worked real hard to make a fresh start. She's turned my son Clay's life upside down without even realizing it.
And thank goodness for that! Ever since Clay left his country western band, he's played everything too safe. He needs to take a chance on Jane. Besides, the more he tries to keep his distance, the more he'll realize that he and Jane are singing the same tune.
But I should quit ramblin' and go check on Millie's permanent wave. Next time you're in Last Chance, be sure to swing by. We've got hot rollers, free coffee, and the best gossip in town.
See you real soon,

Ruby Rhodes


Thanks to Anna and Hachette Book Group, I have 2 copies up for grabs!

Only residents of the U.S. or Canada, No P.O. Boxes, please.
One copy per household rule applies.


Mandatory Entry:

(Answer this question in the comment section, along with your email.)
Are you a city slicker or country folk?

Additional Entries (Leave a separate comment for each):
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+1 Email subscriber (sidebar)
+1 Facebook fan (sidebar)






Winners will be posted in my tour post March 17!

Comments

  1. I've lived in both and am a little of both :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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  2. Publicly following Freda's Voice with Google Friend Connect [Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug}]
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  3. I am definitely a city slicker!
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  4. I follow through GFC.
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  5. I follow :) Count me in please :)

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  6. I'm a suburbs girl, does that count? Sounds like a good read.

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  7. I a GFC follower.

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  8. I'm a city slicker but I think I could be country folk!

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  9. Follow on GFC

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  10. Follow on Networked Blogs

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  13. I don't fit. I am a suburban. For years when I was growing up, my aunt asked me which do I like the best, the country or the city! I could never make up my mind.

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  14. I follow your blog with e-mail.

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  15. I follow your blog with Facebook book.

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  16. I follow your blog with Networked blogs.

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  17. I follow your blog with Google Friends Connect.


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  18. I tweeted:
    http://fredasvoice.blogspot.com/2011/03/giveaway-welcome-to-last-chance-hope.html? Giveaway of "Welcome to Last Chance'


    My Twitter name is Carolee888.

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  19. I'm a city slicker. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. +1 GFC follower

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  22. I m both!!

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  23. City slicker in suburbia ;-) aitmama {{at}} gmail {{tod}} com

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  24. Follow on Networked Blogs - dina n.

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  26. Good luck to all those who enter your giveaway!!! And...
    as always, thanks for stopping by to visit with me yesterday. Your company and your sweet comments are always a welcomed treat for me.

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  27. I am definitely a country folk, I love the peace and quiet.

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  28. I follow by networked blogs.

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  29. I follow by google reader under cenya2.

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  30. I follow by email.

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  31. For sure I am a country person. I like the outdoors, the birds, the animals, and the peace and quiet.
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  36. I follow and I just added your button to my blog... Put me in for this one.

    I hope you are feeling better ... Stay indoors and read a good book!

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  37. Country all the way!

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  38. I grew up in a tiny little place and now live in a relatively big city. I prefer the city!

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  39. I follow with GFC

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  40. I'm a small town girl who lived in the big city and loved it but wound up back in the country again...not sure what that makes me.

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  41. GFC follower!
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  42. Networked Blogs as Judy W.

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  44. Facebook fan as Judy W.

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  45. I'm in the middle. I've lived downtown and in a rural environment. Neither was fir me. I prefer the suburbs.

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  50. This book sound great. I'm a city girl. Thanks for the giveaway.
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  51. I follow via GFC.
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  52. I'm a city slicker!

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  53. city slicker

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  54. I'm a country girl, born and raised, but I love to visit the city :) Please enter me! JDQ1175@aol.com

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  55. +1 more for being one of your devoted followers :)

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  56. I used to be a city slicker but now I'm int he burbs. I could NOT ever be a country person.
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  57. Networked blog follower - aleksandra n.
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  58. GFC follower already
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  59. FB fan of yours already - aleksandra n.
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  60. I'm country folk stuck in the city.

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