Adam & Mia are getting married soon* and we’re doing something special to count down until their wedding. Join us for a “Read-Along” of Adam & Mia’s original trilogy! During the months of December and January we’ll read AT ANY PRICE, AT ANY TURN and AT ANY MOMENT together as a group.
There will be games, group discussions, giveaways, Q&A’s, Facebook Live chats, jokes, fun and much making of merriment and new friends. Since it’s the holiday season, we will be going slow, a few chapters a night with breaks for the holidays and Sundays.
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If Facebook isn’t your thing, we’re doing some similar activities on Goodreads in my reader group there.
*NOTE:The official release date of WORTH ANY COST, the wedding book, has not been announced yet but will soon be released in the newsletter : http://www.smarturl.it/BANL
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