Ebook Giveaway: Back Home by RJ Scott [CONTEST CLOSED]

Congrats to Amaranth Eden, who won Devon’s Revenge (Portals #2) by Jade Archer! Devon’s Revenge was released yesterday by Total-E-Bound.

Many thanks to RJ Scott for donating an ebook copy of her recently released m/m romance, Back Home, for a lucky commenter to win!

Kieran Addison ran to London six years before when his attraction to his brother’s lover, Jordan Salter, became too much to handle. He has only returned home once, and that was for his own brother’s funeral.

When his dad becomes ill, he finally returns home for good, to take over the family business. He has to face the man that Jordan has become and the attraction between them that has never diminished.

Resentment and regret build, but when Addison Construction takes on a make or break renovation project, the two men are forced to work alongside each other to save the company.

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About RJ

RJ Scott lives in the Chiltern hills just outside London, England. She loves reading anything from thrillers to sci-fi to horror; however, her first real love will always be the world of romance. Her goal is to write stories with a heart of romance, a troubled road to reach happiness, and more than a hint of happily ever after.

She is published with Silver Publishing and Dreamspinner Press and was nominated in the Love Romance Cafe Awards of 2010 as Best GLBTQ Author, for Best Gay Paranormal / Horror (Oracle) and as Best Paranormal Author. Oracle was also nominated for Best Gay Paranormal / Horror 2010 in Elisa Rolle’s Rainbow Awards and was awarded an Honorable Mention (5th). RJ’s contemporary romance, The Christmas Throwaway, remained at number one on Amazon and at All Romance over Christmas and into the New Year. She cannot believe how lucky 2010 was for her and her foray into the world of MM writing.

RJ writes across all the genres, but if pushed she says she enjoys writing contemporary romance over the rest. Her newest release, Back Home, has already received favourable reviews on the Silver site and on Goodreads.

You can find out more about RJ and her books at her website, on Facebook, and via Twitter.

Contest Rules

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  • This contest is open worldwide!

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70 thoughts on “Ebook Giveaway: Back Home by RJ Scott [CONTEST CLOSED]”

  1. Count me in too please.
    Never read RJ Scott before, but I’m certainly adding them all to my tbr list!
    Thank you.

  2. Sign me up!

    Chaos, I’m gonna give you the same warning that we gave my cat, Oscar when he would torture our then puppy, Clancy…
    Be careful, because she’ll get you back when you least expect it. (& she may not always be smaller than you)

  3. OMG – I’m not here yet. Yes please!

    You really need to be a nicer friend & notify us all when we forget – it’s only a tiny number – a few hundred or so.

  4. I’ve never read this author before, but I like the sound of this one…count me in please 🙂

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