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Giveaway: Beg for Mercy - Jami Alden


He lurks in the shadows, waiting and watching . . . And once he has you, all you can do is. . .
BEG FOR MERCY.
Megan Flynn thought she was falling in love. Cole Williams wasn't just handsome and passionate, he was one of the good guys. Or so she thought, until he arrested her brother-the only family she has left-for a murder she knows he couldn't have possibly committed. Now, with her heart broken and her brother's life hanging in the balance, Megan will risk everything to prove his innocence. Even if that means throwing herself into the path of a sadistic killer with a hauntingly familiar MO.
Seattle Detective Cole Williams had given up on making Megan see reason where her brother is concerned. But when she insinuates herself into the most shockingly brutal case Cole has ever worked, he can't stand idly by. Plunged into a secret world where the city's elite indulge their darkest desires, Cole will do whatever it takes to bring down a madman who has made Megan his most coveted prey.


OPEN TO US AND CANADA
One copy per household.
No PO Boxes.


Thanks to Brianne and Hachette Book Group, I have 3 copies up for grabs!


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Have you ever begged for anything?


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  1. I thank God each day that I have never had to beg.

    cenya2 at hotmail dot com

    Marjorie

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  2. I follow by networked blogs.

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  3. I subscribe by email.

    Marjorie

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  4. I follow by google reader under cenya2.
    Marjorie

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  5. I've prayed for things, like health for a family member, but I've never begged another person for something.
    marlenebreakfield(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  6. Tweeted. http://twitter.com/#!/mbreakfield/status/74570148127850496
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  11. No, I don't think I have ever begged for anything.
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  12. I am a gfc follower
    debbie
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  13. That is one difficult method of getting things done! I don't know that I'd be that brave. I was going to say I don't recall begging for anything, but then remembered the numerous times I've begged someone, usually my husband, to quit tickling my feet. That, for me, is sheer torture. I am so ticklish! Agh.

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  14. I follow by GFC.

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  15. I have definitely begged for something I really wanted :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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  20. I can't remember I did beg. But I may. ^_^

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  21. And I am networked blog follower!

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  22. Nope, I don't think I've ever begged for anything... more like thinking in my head to will something to happen the way I want it to, lol.

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  23. +1 GFC follower

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  25. I guess I have begged for things for when I was a kid, probably a toy.

    janie1215 AT excite DOT com

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  26. GFC follower.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  27. I am sure that the was a time - somewhere in my misty past where I found myself begging for something, but I don't recall what it was anymore. My life has taught me that begging is more than I will ever be willing to do - short of the lives of my children - and that usually beggars get nothing. Thanks for hosting.
    bevsharp@desch.org

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  28. I am an old follower.
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  29. I've never begged for anything as an adult that I can remember, but I probably begged my mom to let me do something when I was a kid. And I've begged my kids to stop making so much noise.
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  30. I shared on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=153949194675776&id=100002257746922
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  31. I follow through GFC
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  33. I'm a Facebook fan: Faith Nicely
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  34. Have I ever begged for anything? Oh yea umm, hahaha begged for an ereader, exercise equipment haha I know that sounds pathetic.
    Fun question !
    Nataliew2@gmail.com

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  35. http://twitter.com/#!/nataliew2/status/79207443204284417
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  36. I follow on networked blogs
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  37. currently, my father is in the hospital after having a stroke. I have begged and prayed and pleaded for him to come back home as the same person he was.

    creativitylost(at)me(dot)com

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  38. i tweeted, http://twitter.com/#!/greisn1/status/79218003656441857

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  39. I'm following on Networked Blogs (Nikki Greis)

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  40. i follow on gfc

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  41. i like you on Fb (nikki greis)

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  42. email subscriber!

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  43. Yes, there are times when I have to beg my youngest son to behave!

    meredithfl at gmail dot com

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