Win a copy of Jacaranda Wife by Kendra Smith
This week we have a brand new competition and this time you’re going to need to puzzle your brains a little. Author Kendra Smith has kindly sent Reading Addicts a signed copy of her novel Jacaranda Wife and we’re going to give it away to one of you this week!
It’s a cover art competition this week and the theme is romance. Check out the twelve tiny snippets of cover art below and see if you can guess the novel, each one is a love story, but that’s your only clue!
Answer as many as you can and send us an email with ‘LOVE’ in the title, including all your answers and your name. You have until Thursday at midnight (UK) to enter and the winner will either be the entrant who gets the most correct, or in the case of many correct answers, I will draw one of you at random from all the correct entries.
Here they are, they’re not all easy. Good luck!
Do you think anyone will ever get to plantation a kiss?
This is for the things you forgot to say.
The bit just before the darkness falls.
These two things could be your downfall.
No, you first.
Not today but…
This one trips down the tongue.
Is it OK to take the lead from Shakespeare?
This author is named after all the colours.
Those dreaded paint charts again!
I’m not sure he was so great in the end.
A Russian gilded love story? I can’t imagine.
How many did you get? Don’t worry if you didn’t get them all, send your entry in and you could be the winner if you can get the most correct.
If you can’t wait for the comp, you can purchase Jacaranda Wife on the links below and here’s a little blurb about the book.
“Katie and Tom’s marriage is in trouble. As is their bank account. So when Tom tells Katie that they need to talk, she knows it must be about one of two things. Either he has found out about her kiss with her best friend’s husband, or they are in even worse debt than she thought. What she was not expecting was for him to tell her that his boss is sending him to Australia. Permanently. But the home-loving mother of two from London realises it might just be what they need to save their marriage. Trouble is, she doesn’t much like heat, can’t swim properly and hates spiders. Then there’s the Sydney yummy mummy with a cleavage you’d lose your car keys in, eyeing up her husband. Not to mention the bouts of homesickness – and Tom’s endless business trips. Taking the bull by the horns (or at least pulling on an old Speedo) she tackles her fear of the ocean first. Can Katie find a way to patch up their marriage? Does Australia provide the spark they need – or does it send the whole thing up in smoke? And just which side of the globe will she decide to call home?”