Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Fairy Tale Giveaway Hop: Enter to Win "Princess Ever After" by Rachel Hauck (Kindle Book; 3 Winners)!

Fairy Tale Giveaway Hop
This hop is in conjunction with the 4th annual Fairy Tale Fortnight
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April 22-May 3, 2014

Welcome to the Fairy Tale Giveaway Hop. Every participating blogger is giving away a book with a fairy tale theme or element (or a gift card to purchase one). For my giveaway, three winners will receive a Kindle copy of the following book:

Princess Ever After
By Rachel Hauck

Regina Beswick was born to be a princess, but she’s content to be a small-town girl, running a classic auto restoration shop and unaware that a secret destiny awaits her -- one that will leap from the pages of her grandmother’s hand-painted book of fairytales.

Tanner Burkhardt is the stoic Minister of Culture for the Grand Duchy of Hessenberg. When he is tasked to retrieve the long-lost princess, he must overcome his fear of failure in order to secure his nation’s future -- and his own.

Yet lurking in the political shadows is a fierce opponent with sinister plans to abolish the throne forever.

Overwhelmed with opposition, Regina must decide if she’s destined to restore old cars or an ancient nation. Together -- with a little divine intervention -- Regina and Tanner discover the truth of her heritage and the healing power of true love.

Enter through the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open worldwide and ends at 11:59 PM EST on May 3, 2014.

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Now hop around to the other blogs participating in the Fairy Tale Giveaway Hop!



52 comments:

  1. Uhm, I've wished for it all my younger years...because it sounds fancy, of course. Now that I'm (hopefully) older and wiser I've realized the reality of prices and princesses isn't exactly a heaven...it would beat being poor and hungry any day, to be fair, but in a fairytale like world I'd still prefer being the rich and openminded merchant's daugther :P

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  2. I really don't know who hasn't. I've imagined myself as one of those tomboy princesses. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  3. Haha yeah! I want to be rich hahahah!

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  4. I remember pretending to being one when younger because what little kid wouldn't? lol Thanks for the giveaway!
    (entered rafflecopter as Alisha Sienkiel)

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  5. No way, I'm way too shy! Was even as a child.

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  6. When I was younger, I always wanted to be a Princess like Cinderella. She was my favorite and looked like a real princess.

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  7. No, I never wished that when I was younger and now with all the media attention on the royals, I still don't wish it.

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  8. Im sure I wished it when I was much younger! lol, I was under the impression then that you didn't have to work for stuff just wish it. Unfortunately I got a job.

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  9. My daughter and I still dress up as princesses. It helps to unwind once in awhile.

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  10. I may have wished it when I was younger but I am older now so no I don't!! Being a prince or princesses as some may think! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

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  11. yes when iwas younger because i thought it would be so cool

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  12. When I was a child, yes. But as an adult? No way! Who needs all that pressure to be perfect?!

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  13. I did when I was a kid, not anymore now. Normal life is already hard. A princess' must be ten folds harder.

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  14. I have wished to be a princess even at 38 sometimes I do but then I think about how much REAL responsibility and so little freedom they really have as compared to the fairy tales we know and then I think not so much :)

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  15. good grief I have never desired to be anything other than plain old me! Life as a princess would be so goverend by other people there would be no time to live and be the person I strive every day to be!

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  16. I have always wished to be a princess because i love the time frame of princesses

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  17. a princess yes, because i want to feel beautiful everydy

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  18. i really had not thought about it, but now that you ask, if i was a princess i would have no need to clean or cook i would have all the clothes i wanted always look so pretty. so ya i would want to be a princess and all the people would love me no matter what i did or said ( or hate me i guess if i was evil) hehehe thank you for great giveaway

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  19. No, I never have. I don't think I would enjoy the princess life.

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  20. sure :) when I was younger, why not? they had all the pretty dresses and giant castles and prince would come to save them!

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  21. I wished it when I was little. But now I would definitely not want to live a princess life! It would be sooo stressful let me tell ya!

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  22. I have simply because all the movies end perfectly. =)

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  23. I did want to be a princess when I was little. I thought being a princess would be the coolest thing ever. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  24. I used to always wish I was a princess.. but not in modern times. I used to wish I was a princess in a fantasy land!

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  25. I never wished to be a princess...too much responsibility LOL

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  26. Yes, I have wished as a little girl to be a princess. Seeing what it takes now I don't think I'd want to be one.

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  27. YES, TO RIGHT WRONGS.

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  28. NO. I don't envy Kate Middleton. Her life seems so controlled.

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  29. When I was a little girl I use to wish this.

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  30. As a child I envisioned life as a princess, but as an adult, the realization is that princesshood is not the option for me.

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  31. Yeah, I did when I was much younger. I used to have a huge crush on Prince William... LOL

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  32. No way. The pressure, the media attention. I'll just watch from afar.

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  33. When I was a little girl, yes, but as an adult, no.

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  34. When I was young, I had 4 brothers so I wanted to be swept away.

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  35. Yes when I was a child we would dress up and I would be the princess then.

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  36. When I was younger I wanted to be a princess but now that I am older I wouldn't want the judgement that comes with being a princess.

    Thank you for the giveaway.

    Melissa

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  37. nope don't want to be responsible for everyone - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  38. Well, when I was in high school, I wanted to be a princess because then I could travel to foreign places all the time and be that girl that gets to go to Paris, France every summer. I wanted to attend all of these fancy banquets, sleep in a fancy four poster bed, attend social gatherings, and most importantly: not having to think of my future, college, and what job I could occupy. It's a nice getaway. Now as I am older, I rather be just me. There is a beauty in that because I get to keep a private life and have a choice in my decisions. I don't think princesses have that kind of liberty; they always have to shoulder some sort of weight for their nations....

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  39. Like I tell my daughter...I am a Princess because I am a daughter of the High King. :)

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  40. When I was young I wanted to be Cinderella so that I would have a prince

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  41. Not really. I've always been content to just be me. :)

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  42. no i haven't ever wished i was a princess.

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  43. Of course. We all want our happily ever after!

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  44. I would like the clothes but that's about it

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  45. No I've never wanted to be a princess. I'm very shy.

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  46. No. It's to much formality and structure for me.

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  47. I haven't wished I was a prince. I believe in democracy.

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  48. Yes I have! I love wearing tiaras and think it would be fun if I could all the time :) I am weird like that though! Down the line, my kids do have some royal blood in them!

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  49. Not really. I can't imagine the lack of freedom to make mistakes without public scrutiny.

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  50. I have thought about the awesomeness of being a princess, mostly because I could have servants to clean the castle, and my handmaid could pick out my outfits... which is often stressful work. LOL! Would love to win this book -- I've heard such good things about it from friends!

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