Friday, November 25, 2011


Being British I was unfamiliar with the term Black Friday, but this year it's been everywhere and suddenly the meaning clicked.

Never one to miss out on a fun idea, I'm pitching in with a giveaway to celebrate the day.

WILD JUSTICE is already a free download on Kindle, but I'm offering a free download of WILD LADY and WILD FIRE - the second and third books in the trilogy as a prize.

To be included in the draw, follow my blog or, if you've already done that, then leave a comment (or both!) telling me what you'll be hunting down in the sale today. Or the best bargain you ever found.

Here's a snippet from Wild Fire to keep you warm -

His touch was like summer lightning, wild fire that ran between them and as he continued to hold onto her hand, his eyes too seemed to heat from within.
They were not, as she had first thought, a steely grey, but were flecked with warm gold lights that seemed to bore into her very soul and for a moment she was certain that he felt the same charge of excitement. Then steeply hooded lids came down, cloaking his feelings.
'Guard it with your life, Melanie.'
The key was warm from his body, but his hands were cool. Long, slender fingers wrapped around her warm hand and the warmer key. Hidden layers of heat, like the hidden layers of meaning she sensed behind everything he said. 

I'll draw the winner on Monday morning, UK time.

Oh, and if you're in the UK, Mills and Boon are having a Pink Friday sale today and you can buy TEMPTED BY TROUBLE for a really skinny £1.99 here


Tammy Yenalavitch said...

Hi Liz,

I am buying things on line this year best deal was Debbie Macomber's new Christmas cookbook for $8.39. I may have to buy more for gifts.

Aurelia B. Rowl said...

Ooooh, having read Wild Justice already, I would love these!

No spending for myself at the moment, not with two young kids with birthdays early in January as well as Christmas to pay out for :oS

Liz Fielding said...

Debbie and Christmas seem made to go together, Tammy. :)

Liz Fielding said...

Christmas and birthdays so close is very tough, Aurelia. Hope you have a good time!

Nicola Marsh said...

I have Wild Justice waiting patiently on my kindle, Liz.

Really looking forward to reading it and the sequels.

Anne said...

I've been confused by the term Black Friday, too, so looked it up. In Australia it's a day to commemorate a particularly terrible bushfire where many died, so it's kind of weird to think of it as a jolly shopping spree.

No sales here, I'm doing a bit of Christmas baking. And in between rereading some of my old Anne McCaffrey books.

Liz Fielding said...

Aw, thanks, Nic!

Liz Fielding said...

Anne, I understand the term comes from when traders hope to get "into the black", but the term "black" in front of a day does have some very bad connotations here in the UK too.

I loved Anne McCaffrey's book when I was young. So sorry to hear of her death.

Liz Fielding said...

Aurelia, I've already sent you an email, but Tammy, Carol Marlene and Alexandra Fox - if you'll email me at liz at lizfielding dot com you will hear something to you advantage!

Aurelia B. Rowl said...

Yay, so chuffed! Thank you!!