Anniversary Shenanigans: Keira Andrews Giveaway!


Keira Andrews is no stranger to the clubhouse. More than one unicorn has squeed over her writes over the years, so if you've not taken the leap, you should.

Most recently SRAL got out her metaphorical sword (at least I hope it's metaphorical) for Kidnapped by the Pirate. You can see her review HERE.

Sara was beside herself over Road to Sun and you can read her review HERE. ICYMI.

Ann was inspired to drink some beachy drinks by Beyond the Sea. See her review HERE.

Chelsea & Fantasy Living got their zombie on & avoided having their brains eaten by them for Kick at the Darkness. See their tag team review HERE.

Breann was one with the amish in A Way Home and you can see her review HERE.

Cupcake nearly wet herself over all the baseballing in Reading the Signs. See her review HERE.

And here's something to get you in the Jizzmas spirit-Keira Andrew's NA holiday novella! Just the thing to keep your cockles warm on those cold nights! And you can read Lori's review HERE!


So we are absolutely delighted to have a clubhouse fave participate in the shenanigans!

Author Bio

After writing for years yet never really finding the right inspiration, Keira discovered her voice in gay romance, which has become a passion. She writes contemporary, historical, fantasy, and paranormal fiction and — although she loves delicious angst along the way — Keira firmly believes in happy endings. For as Oscar Wilde once said:

“The good ended happily, and the bad unhappily. That is what fiction means.”

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To be home for Christmas, they must bridge the distance between them.

Charlie Yates is desperate. It’s almost Christmas and his flight home from college has been delayed. For days. Charlie promised his little sister Ava he’d be home for her first holiday season since going into remission from leukemia. Now he’s stuck on the opposite coast and someone else grabbed the last rental car. Someone he hasn’t even spoken to in four years. Someone who broke his heart.

Gavin Bloomberg’s childhood friendship with Charlie ended overnight after a day of stolen kisses. With years of resentment between them, they don’t want to be in the same room together, let alone a car. But for Ava’s sake, Gavin agrees to share the rental and drive across the country together.

As they face unexpected bumps along the road, can Charlie and Gavin pave the way to a future together?

This gay holiday romance from Keira Andrews features new adult angst, enemies to lovers, steamy first times, and of course a happy ending.

Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/20V2oYr
Amazon global: http://mybook.to/XmasDreams_KA
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iTunes: http://apple.co/1j2bbFA
Kobo: http://bit.ly/1j2bh00
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Enter to win your very own copy of If Only In My Dreams! Giveaway ends 11/26 @ Midnight EST. Good luck!

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We Unicorns thank Keira for helping us celebrate our 4th anniversary.

Don't miss entering in our month long unicorn giveaway HERE! It ends 12/1/17!

10 comments:

  1. Mmm...hard to say. A FORBIDDEN RUMSPRINGA is so sexy and touching, but I also love COLD WAR and KIDNAPPED BY THE PIRATE! (My haiku is on the main anniversary page...)

    --Trix

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  2. Kick at the Darkness...zombies and werewolves!!

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  3. my haiku is also on the main page

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  4. I haven't read any of Keira's books yet...(shame on me). But I've already purchased Kick at the Darkness, it is in my ebook waiting for my Christmas break! ;)
    My haiku is on the month long anniversary giveaway!

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  5. Definitely Kick at the Darkness

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  6. Congrats, Keira. This sounds like a great holiday story. You have a number of good stories, and of the ones I've read, I like "A Forbidden Rumspringa" best. - Purple Reader,
    TheWrote [at] aol [dot] com

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  7. Came back to try my hand at a Haiku:

    A child dreams at night
    of unicorns with delight,
    feeling safe from fright.

    - Purple Reader, TheWrote [at] aol [dot] com

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  8. All the ones I've read so far have been pretty darn good but if I had to pick one I think it would be A Forbidden Rumspringa.

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  9. I haven't read them all yet, but I really liked Kick at the Darkness.

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