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The List: free chick lit giveaway today only

In The List, Oona makes a list of all the guys she wished she’d had. And then she has them.

Olo Books is giving away 100 free copies on LibraryThing in exchange for honest reviews, and the giveaway ends today at 2:57 p.m.

Warning: this book contains adults in adult situations.

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To check if Oona’s your cup of tea (or shot of vodka), you can download the first chapter here. That’s also where you could just buy it in the e-format of your choice.

For people who don’t like to download, Olo Books has published the opening chapters on Wattpad.

When Oona’s husband asks for an open marriage, she kicks him to the curb and makes a list.
A list of the guys not taken. The first guy she really loved. The guy who morphed into Dr. McDreamy. And the smokin’ yoga teacher with abs of titanium.
The List of all the guys she coulda-woulda-shoulda.
Now Oona can. She will. And she should.
The List. Because a few good men are the best revenge.

So  join The List giveaway today before 2:57 p.m. Good luck!

Mmm…Mr. Chef & Ms. Librarian

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Tariq and Ivy aren’t just from opposite sides of the tracks, they’re from opposite worlds.

He lives for food.  She tolerates it.

He’s got his Muslim-Canadian family on speed dial; she doesn’t speak to her mother in England.

Her ex just dumped her.  His business is on its last loan.

And yet, when Ivy strolls into Tariq’s cooking class, love is too delicious to resist.

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Ivy Appleford is not a diva.  Most librarians aren’t.

But for once in her life, she’s breaking all the rules.

Take Tariq Zahid.  In fact, that’s the main problem:  she wants to take him.  He’s tall, dark, and handsome, but off-limits in so many ways.  First of all, she just broke up with her professor boyfriend.  Everyone knows you shouldn’t scoop a new guy up on the rebound.  Someone’s bound to get hurt.

But she literally falls at his feet during his Mediterranean cooking class, thanks to borrowed shoes and a little mutt named Jerry, and they can’t keep their hands off each other.

Tariq’s got problems of his own.  His catering business is on its last loan.  What’s more, the loan is from his parents, who immigrated to Canada from Pakistan and devoted their lives to him. Shouldn’t Tariq retreat to the safe world of computer programming, marry a good Muslim gal, and set up an RRSP?

How on earth will Tariq and Ivy live–and eat–happily ever after?

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