Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Take a Poll and Win a Love Inspired Novel!

Update:  Joan Arning, you won! Please email me, LeeMcClain@comcast.net, with your street address, and I'll send you your book! Congratulations . . . and thanks, everyone who participated.

Lee Tobin McClain here, and I’m giving away a free copy of my upcoming Love Inspired release, Engaged to the Single Mom. But there’s a catch:  you have to take a poll first. I’ll choose a winner on, of course, Valentine’s Day.
Or just grab your copy here!


You see, I’m planning to propose a second series to the good editors at Love Inspired, and I want your input.  So look through the options below and then post your answers in the comments section, like you're writing the story yourself. For example:  Colorado, old ski resort, runaway bride.  

Reader Poll, Love Inspired Series

Would you rather read a Love Inspired novel set in:
a)   Colorado mountain town
b)   Rural Pennsylvania
c)   Hills of West Virginia
d)   Beachfront community in Florida


Would you rather see a series based on:
a)             an old ski resort that’s been made over into a rehab facility for young wounded warriors
b)            A tourist town with lots of cute shops and restaurants, focusing mainly on the people who live and work there full time
c)             A “Main Street” type, tight-knit small town
d)            A bunch of foster siblings, now grown up but intensely loyal and protective of one another

Which is your favorite type of romance story line?
a)             girl/boy next door
b)            single dad falls in love with the nanny
c)             runaway bride . . . or anything to do with brides and weddings!
d)            baby on the doorstep


Remember to post your answers in the comment section before February 14th to enter the drawing.

If you like stories about rugged, honorable men with challenging pasts, check out my Sacred Bond series of romance novels.  You can download book one for free. And by signing up for my newsletter, you can get a Sacred Bond Short for free as well! 

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33 comments:

Peggy McAloon said...

In the Hills of West Virginia, in a very small "Mainstreet" kind of community, Hailey opens her front door and discovers a basket covered in a soft plush pink afghan.

Beverly Stradley said...

can it be all of the above on each. I have read books from different areas/settings.

Samantha said...

Hills of West Virginia, a “Main Street” type, tight-knit small town, baby on the doorstep.

That actually sounds like a really good book :)
I wonder whose baby it is? In such a small town everyone knows one another...

Lee Tobin McClain said...

I like the direction this is going, partly because I live close enough to West Virginia to travel there for research. I love road trips!

Becky Dempsey said...

Hills of West Virginia, Main street type, tight-knit small town, boy/girl next door

Tawni Parker said...

In a small Colorado mountain town, a singl father was looking to hire a nanny. They loved in a small tourist town with lots of cute shops and restaurants., focusing on the people who live and work here.

Virginia C said...

Hills of West Virginia, small Main-Street community, single dad falls for nanny.

Happy Valentine's Day : )

Jennifer said...

Hi Ladies and Happy Valentine's Day!
I picked b, d, and c/d for the last one. Jenny

Nancy K said...

I live in West Virginia so it would be fun to read a series of books based in West Virginia.

I also live in a small rural town so Main Street kind of community would be nice.

Boy/Girl next door would be nice too.

Lee Tobin McClain said...

The poll is still favoring a small town in West Virginia. Can anyone suggest a small, cute town I could use as a model? Preferably near the PA border??? Nancy? Everyone, thanks so much for participating! Still another day till a winner is pulled.

Shirley Strait said...

In the hills of West Virginia a bunch of foster siblings, nos grown up but intensely loyal and protective of one another, stand together as a single dad falls in love with the nanny of his special needs child.

Lee Tobin McClain said...

Wow, Shirley--I love that story!

Library Lady said...

Boy meets girl in a tight knit community which happens to be right on the beach in Florida. They fall in love and live happily ever after.
Janet E.
von1janet(at)gmail(dot)com

Beth Courtright said...

Love to see it take place in a small Colorado town which is small with a Main Street.I would lime to see the characters find a baby on the doorstep.

Beth Courtright said...

Love to see it take place in a small Colorado town which is small with a Main Street.I would lime to see the characters find a baby on the doorstep.

Miranda Bond said...

West Virginia hills, foster siblings, and baby on door step

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Minabucket said...

I'm kind of partial to a, a, b

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Minabucket said...

I like the idea of the vet place in Colorado. I love reading stories about as single fathers falling in love with their nanny.

Minabucket said...

I like the idea of the vet place in Colorado. I love reading stories about as single fathers falling in love with their nanny.

Joan Arning said...

The Hills of West Virginia, Main Street type tight knit small town and girl/boy next door sounds good!

Lucy said...

WV, orphan siblings, baby on doorstep.

Anonymous said...

Hills of west Virginia, foster siblings, and baby in basket(blue shawl). Shelia Hall from Mississippi

Lanna Webb said...

CCA - so over the baby in a basket. It is distressing to me. :/

Tina Wyatt said...

Deb said...

1. D
2. A
3. B

tmainini said...

Rural PA, foster siblings, baby on the doorstep. Loved His Baby Bond!!

Cheryl Baranski said...

Colorado mountain town

an old ski resort that’s been made over into a rehab facility for young wounded warriors

runaway bride . . . or anything to do with brides and weddings!

Brittany McEuen said...

Colorado, Old Ski Resort, Girl/Boy next door

Brittany McEuen
kbmceuen at yahoo dot com

bn100 said...

Beachfront community in Florida

A bunch of foster siblings, now grown up but intensely loyal and protective of one another

girl/boy next door

bn100candg at hotmail dot com

Lourdes said...

​Colorado mountain A bunch of foster siblings, now grown up but intensely loyal and protective of one another town, baby on the doorstep.