Ebook Giveaway: Lullaby for a Stolen Child by Anna Mayle [CONTEST CLOSED]

Many thanks to Anna Mayle for donating an ebook copy of her forthcoming paranormal m/m romance, Lullaby for a Stolen Child (Stolen Child #2), for a lucky commenter to win! Lullaby for a Stolen Child will be released by Resplendence Publishing on August 31.

They steal them away as children, drawn to their short but vibrant lives. They use them as dolls, slaves, entertainment of every kind, tasting the fierce brevity of human life through their captives. But there are times when a taste is not enough…

Where is the boundary between hate and love, love and lust, love and hate? Where do you draw the line between jealousy and longing? Is the passion of a killer the same as that of a lover?

And how can a human man hope to understand the ways of the two Fae who have turned his captivity upside down?

Also by Anna

About Anna

I grew up in the woods and wild, in a place almost forgotten by time, I learned that the best moments in our existence are the ones filled with the spirit of the earth when you are surrounded by family. Even now, thirty years into my life, I find there is nothing more important than family and nothing more soothing than a quiet forest and softly flowing water.

Currently I make my home in Lansing in a place surrounded by trees and gardens and affectionately called The Nest. While work, writing and family take up much of my days, I also enjoy a variety of pastimes. Some are as mundane as reading, video games, working in the gardens, singing, dancing, sketching and swimming. Others such as medieval reenactments and various other forms of live role play might seem more exciting.

All in all, I’m a geek with a love of words surrounded by the comfort and affection of a close family and a tight knit group of friends. Life hasn’t always been easy, it never will be, but it is the adversity, as well as the caring in our days, that shapes who we are and will be.

In the end…no worries.

You can find out more about Anna at her website, her blog, and on Facebook.

Contest Rules

  • To enter, leave a comment below stating that you are entering the contest. Leave your comments by 7 pm CDT, Tuesday, August 30.
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  • This contest is open worldwide!

“Have I mentioned how truly wiggly and tasty that spider I caught was?” Mayhem

47 thoughts on “Ebook Giveaway: Lullaby for a Stolen Child by Anna Mayle [CONTEST CLOSED]”

  1. Ohhh, this sounds so good. I was going to say me please, but…it haz ePub? *crossing fingers hopefully*

    May – no…you haven’t….I’m glad. And if I see any spiders I will so send them your way 😉
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  2. Read the excerpt for “Bedtime Story for a Stolen Child” and…um. Interesting. So please count me in!

  3. Count me in too please!
    Um May? Personally, that’s a little TMI, but I will pass on your opinion to Amba… Perhaps you could discuss the difference between US and Aussies spiders….

  4. This looks good. Please sign me up.

    May, I’d be careful eating spiders. Some of them bite back & could hurt you.

  5. May, could you teach Shelli how to finish what she starts? She torments spiders, but leaves them before the kill. Then we have to chase them down ourselves:(

  6. Just wondering is this part of series? Count me in too please.

    No offense Mayhem but are you part frog or something? And I thought cats eating mice was gross, who’d want to eat a spider anyway.

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