Monday, April 6, 2009

Win One of Four Copies of Married by Mistake by Abby Gaines

“TV bride gets dumped. Unexpected groom steps in. Film at eleven.”

Hey all you Bachelor / Bachelorette TV show fans! Need more reality TV match ups? Then this book is right up your alley! The story centers on a bride jilted at the alter on a live reality TV show and the millionaire hero who steps in to marry her. In light of how the most recent incarnation of the Bachelor ended, the timing is perfect to enjoy this Harlequin Super Romance and get your happily ever after fix!

The awesome team at Harlequin sent me four copies of Married By Mistake to giveaway!

Just leave a comment about whether you would consider going on a reality TV show to find true love, and I'll pick four random comments to win a copy of Married By Mistake! Comment before April 8th for your chance to win!

16 comments:

  1. Would I go on a reality show to meet my true love? I doubt it. But I might go on a reality to show to meet my true pet, take my dream vacation...

    Since I already have a true love...and I'm not a big fan of reality tv... But The Dog Whisperer, Clean My House... those types? Sure!

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  2. No, I do not think so. I like watching all those shows, but I can't see myself doing that. I will watch everyone else make fools out of themselves:)

    Judy (magnolias_1@msn.com)

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  3. As much as I enjoy watching reality tv shows, I don't believe I would go on one myself looking for true love. I believe that true love comes along only once in a lifetime and I don't believe that bar rooms or reality tv is the place you will find it. I could be wrong though and missing out on something incredible! Who knows. Great question to ponder.

    Mari

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  4. I myself would run like mad but I love to hear what everyone else has to say about it!

    Cheeky Girl Sabrina

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  5. Hmmm no I wouldnt go on reality show either, But HEY! if thats what you want go for it! I have my true love and he is fantastic! He lets me be a princess and I am pretty good at it! LOL! Great site by the way Sabrina!

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  6. No way. I just can't imagine faling in love with the whole world watching. ;)

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  7. No, I'm a private person and how the bachlor/bachelor supposedly to get to know the person makes me a little disgusted. I don't like overt PDA (a simple kiss is fine but those shows tend to go way beyond that, IMO.

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  8. Absolutely not. I really don't like reality TV, except for things like Biggest Loser. But The Bachelor and all the many variations of it leaves a bad taste in my mouth. So, yeah, there's no way I'd ever go on a show like that.

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  9. I never watch reality TV. I get enough reality in my daily life, give me fantasy every time. And I would not go on TV to find true love; it never works out anyway.

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  10. I wouldn't expect to find true love on a TV show, either...but quite often we find true love where we don't expect to :)

    Hope you all enjoy the book (where the reality show certainly didn't go the way the heroine, or the TV station owner hero, expected!)
    Abby

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  11. If I wasn't already married, I might. I met my husband online, so I am definitley willing to try it! :D
    Brand new to your blog, and I can't wait to look around..it's so pretty! :D

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  12. I read that the Bachelor only pays contestants' rents while they’re on the program. I got more bills than that … so count me out.

    Hypothetically I would go on the show, given that I was able to get tan, get my flat stomach back and get a new wardrobe. AND as a condition I would have to know the background of the bachelor and some information about him. I’m not flying out to meet a guy like that last bachelor … I want an Andrew Firestone.

    Actually, that would make a better show if the ladies all knew info about him first. Then the contestants would all *really* want to be with the bachelor, which would equal more drama.

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  13. I have thankfully found the love of my life but I remember those years before when I feared I'd never find someone to love me. Would I have gone on a reality show. It is possible, I made so many bad choices, I can see my younger self believing, hoping like so many others that this is the answer to my lonely prayers.

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  14. I might go on a reality show to meet my true love. I don't seem to be doing such a good job of finding Mr. Right, so maybe a little help would work. I wouldn't want to do the bachelor though because it always seems too fake to me.

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  15. Hey Cheeky Girl...decided to try my luck on winning a book. :)
    Even if I didn't already have my true love, don't think I would go on tv to get one. Online, yes. (oh yeah, I already did that...)

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  16. I must confess I'm torn. I doubt I would go on a reality show to find my true love, but I believe in destiny. So if I meant to find the one on a reality show, then it would be...

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