FRIDAY NIGHT FREEBIE: SIGNED copy of Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan

June 6, 2014 Friday Night Freebie, Giveaways 96

FRIDAY NIGHT FREEBIE: SIGNED copy of Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan

FRIDAY NIGHT FREEBIE: SIGNED copy of Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan

Archer's Voice

Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Erotic Romance, Romance
When Bree Prescott arrives in the sleepy, lakeside town of Pelion, Maine, she hopes against hope that this is the place where she will finally find the peace she so desperately seeks. On her first day there, her life collides with Archer Hale, an isolated man who holds a secret agony of his own. A man no one else sees.
Archer's Voice is the story of a woman chained to the memory of one horrifying night and the man whose love is the key to her freedom. It is the story of a silent man who lives with an excruciating wound and the woman who helps him find his voice. It is the story of suffering, fate, and the transformative power of love.
THIS IS A STAND-ALONE SIGN OF LOVE NOVEL, BASED ON SAGITTARIUS. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
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I picked up a few signed books at the Cleveland Author Event a while back, and Archer’s Voice was one of them. I took a poll on the FB page today asking which book people wanted to be up for grabs tonight, and while it was very close and I did not actually count them up, I think Archer’s Voice won out over Stripped by a smidge.  This book has a book mark to go with it too!  You know the drill – enter via Rafflecopter for a chance to win the signed copy. :)

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96 Responses to “FRIDAY NIGHT FREEBIE: SIGNED copy of Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan”

  1. Tonya M

    I like it a lot! and this book sounds so good. thanks for the chance.

  2. Chantel Pentz McKinley

    Thank you for a great giveaway!! I would definitely be excited to win a signed copy if Archer’s Voice!! Love this book!!

  3. Michele Ficht

    I have a hard time defining angst. I guess I like a lot of it, but only if it’s realistic. Thanks for the giveaway. I would love to win a signed copy of Archers Voice :)

  4. Barbara Williams

    Just finishing Archer’s Voice, it is so amazing! It quickly made it up to my top 5 best reads

  5. Patti Toone

    As long as the character feels real and the problems they have in their life comes across on the page it can be a lot of trouble in their lives or just enough, a good book is a good read, Thanks

  6. Sharon B

    I like some angst in a book as long as it’s resolved and I get my HEA!

  7. Cristina Riquelme

    I like certain level on angst and I like when the characters face the problems tofether.

  8. Kelly Scroggins

    I loved this book so I would love a signed copy. Thanks for the giveaway!

  9. Artavie

    If the character comes with troubles,love , emotions that feel real and it brings the book to life .

  10. Debbie Szabo

    I like a medium amount of angst. Too much and I feel like I’ll have a panic attack!Lol

  11. clare flack

    Thank you Love this book and Mia she’s an amazing author and would love to have this book :)

  12. Cynthia C.

    I don’t have a set level. Whatever the author gives I’ll take, it’s just a book so I can handle it. Now in reality not so much, lol.

  13. Eileen Schuster

    I think every book needs angsts. other wise it would not be intriguing. thanks for the giveaway

  14. Zuray Febus

    Awesome giveaway I really really really loved Archer’s Voice It’s one of those book that you want everybody around you to read it and fall in love with Archer same way you did, sadly for me my friends are kind of reluctant to read in English but I’m gonna keep trying, the have to meet him 😉

  15. Keely Snyder

    I like it. Sometimes a lot but if it doesnt sounds real then I laugh & sometimes put the book down.

  16. pamela

    I like that feeling you get when it’s really bad….makes it real but I love hea sometimes all the bad makes the good worth it

  17. Jay Benitez

    I like some degree of angst, but not to much, all in balance is is better ;D

  18. Zandalee

    I find it hard to describe as well, but I just know it when I’m reading it. I don’t mind if there’s a little or a lot, as long as there’s not so much that it just becomes ridiculous.

  19. Ida Stone

    Thanks for the giveaway. I like angst as long as it’s realistic and something I can relate to. Teen angst tends to get on my nerves lol.

  20. Jay Bual

    As long s it doesn’t get too annoying, or the characters already acting stupid and beyond stubborn. It removes my enjoyment of the book, then my dislike overpowers what I enjoyed at the beginning.

  21. Lori P

    Angst is good as long as it’s not too drawn out and there is a HEA at the end!!

  22. Kenjie Abuga-a

    I love love love Archer Hale so much but damn heart hurts like hell! :)

  23. KellyMae

    I think I could handle quite a bit of angst. I have read so many different books that I’m open to pretty much anything.

  24. Adalinda Gonzales

    I think that if the book connects with the person than that’s all that matters.

  25. Lora

    I like enough angst to keep the story moving but I hate when I get to the point of almost throwing my Kindle. :)

  26. Donna Reynolds

    I also have a hard time defining it and I’m the same I like a lot but must be real. Thank you for the awesome chance.

  27. Bev Baglione

    I really dont mind angst as long as it is realistic. Loved Archer’s voice

  28. Kristy Petree

    I like angst as long as it’s reasonable and credible and doesn’t drag out. Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  29. Rachelle

    A realistic level over the top or not enough gets old too. Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)

  30. Irma Jurejevčič

    I like angst, but it has to be real. Thanks for the giveaway.

  31. Melanie Tracey

    Love angst…but if I k now a book is going to have a lot of it I have to talk myself into reading it…I have to be in that mindset..

  32. Sonja

    As long as the character and story feels real and not to made up I’m good :)

  33. Heather

    I like a little angst. And on occasion I can handle a lot of it, but I have to space those out a little. I can’t take too much.

  34. Demitra

    I agree with you, I like some angst in a book but only if it’s realistic.

  35. Tiffany

    I like angst if the chick isn’t a constant whiny crybaby. That gets real old real fast.

  36. Victoria lopez

    Loved this book and would love the paperback. Thank u for the chance

  37. erinf1

    I don’t mind angst as long as it flows and fits well with the story and doesn’t turn the characters into tstl or whiny :) Thanks for sharing!

  38. Michelle Willms

    I’m not a huge fan of angst in my books. I’ve got enough angst in my life without living it in my books, too. So, a little angst is good, but if I am expected to cry, the book’s not really for me.
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  39. Kat Rellim

    I like angst….I think it depends on the book though. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  40. Candy F

    I need to have a realistic level. If there is an ungodly level of angst, it just feels exaggerated and not genuine..

  41. Charlene E

    I don’t like a lot of angst all the time, I like the angst level to vary from low to high from book to book.

  42. Shani

    with angst, i think it has to be really believable, you cant go crazy over the top with it :)
    thank you for the giveaway! <3

  43. Tess H

    I like angst! But just as you said, only if it’s realistic and not over-the-top dramatic! It gives the characters more dimension and “feel” :) I love love LOVE Archer Hale and hope to win so badly!!! ♥ ♥ ♥ Thanks for a chance!

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