Friday, November 25, 2011

Tilly Greene kicks off the Perfect Gift is a Book Event and Contest

We have friends whose grandkids [from 3 to 6 yo] who come to their house a couple times a week and they're hosting an annual Christmas party, so we need a hostess gift - a book. I think the perfect gift for them this year would be a book they’ll keep, love and read every year with their grandkids, is one that possesses wonderful illustrations that feeds the little ones imaginations and pop-ups! I happen to love pop-ups and often think of which one would suit kids I know.  And with all that said, I've decided we’ll be giving them The Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore and illustrated/paper engineered by Niroot Puttapipat.

Missing in Paradise by Tilly Greene
Contemporary Erotic Romance + Bondage

When the love of Mike’s life breaks up with him abruptly, he doesn’t know where to turn. Mary is an emotional mess who reacts without thinking, and immediately regrets her decision. Making things right with Mike isn’t easy. It requires privacy to rebuild their love and share their lust. Neither expects their getaway to become a major news story.

The tattooed retired surfer and daytime TV star are opposites, yet perfect for each other. But paradise isn’t easy on them. Their bond will need to stand up to the strain of a public-relations nightmare if they have any hope of making it work.

Mistakes are made and they need privacy to fix things, but what about the media?

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Tilly Greene
Scorching romances full of twists, turns and ties.
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6 comments:

Cathy M said...

Great ideas, Tilly. I gave The Night Before Christmas to all my nieces and nephews for Christmas one year.I will have to check out your version.

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Mary said...

I think that's a great idea. I loved getting books when I was a kid, I liked having a little shelf to put them on and now as an adult I love having my bookshelves over flowing with books. I give books as gifts to those I know would like them.

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anny cook said...

Ooooh, I love pop-up books!

Patti P said...

I will have to get this for my young grandchildren. I love teaching children a love of reading.

Anne said...

I've recently seen pop up cards too. Some are almost works of art, but at $8 aren't too likely to be put in my cart.

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SandyG265 said...

Pop-up books are always good.

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