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The Winner’s Kiss Blog Tour: Jennifer’s Favorite Literary Kisses!

Posted on 01/12/2016 in Blog Tour / 0 Comments

Welcome to my stop on The Winner’s Kiss Blog Tour!  I can’t tell you how excited I am for The Winner’s Kiss!  The way The Winner’s Crime was left, I feel like I’ve been dying for nearly a year.  Y U DO THIS TO US, MARIE?! Now that I have that out of the way, this blog tour is all about the kissing!  This time, the tables are flipped and Marie wants to know who our favorite literary kisses are. So without further delay, let’s do this thang!  

What book is your favorite literary kiss in? Anyone who knows me knows I am a Fever Series mega fan. The kiss (and, *ahem* other things…) that still gets my insides all twisted is in DreamFever by Karen Marie Moning. Who is kissing? Barrons kisses Mac. And, uh, they do others things that aren’t for polite conversation. tumblr_static_5eu0wv0hhew4o4gk8gccggs8c Why is it your favorite? Besides being totally hot?! Barrons shows a very human side of himself when he kisses Mac. He’s this hard bad-ass but in that particular scene, he reveals a part of himself that is not domineering and shows just how much he cares for MacKayla. I’ll never forget that scene and it gives me chills thinking about it now. Bonus Question: what kiss do you hope will occur in Marie Rutkoski’s The Winner’s Kiss? DUH! I want Arin and Kestrel to kiss! And also to live happily ever after. *side-eye at Marie Rutkoski* If that doesn’t happen, I’ll revolt! tumblr_n1oa6btPY71skotc5o1_500  

Guess what I get to do!  I get to send a Kiss to a friend!

Winners Kiss Blog Tour Banner 2 I want to spread the love of such an awesome series, so I am sending a Kiss to my friend, Nicole!   And hey guys, don’t forget to pre-order The Winner’s Kiss from Amazon!  This is a series worth kissing your UPS man for!

The Winner’s Kiss Blog Tour: Jennifer’s Favorite Literary Kisses!The Winner's Kiss (The Winner's Trilogy, #3) by Marie Rutkoski
on March 29th 2016
Genres: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult
Pages: 352
Buy on Amazon

War has begun. Arin is in the thick of it, with the East as his ally and the empire as his enemy. He’s finally managed to dismiss the memory of Kestrel, even if he can’t quite forget her. Kestrel turned into someone he could no longer recognize: someone who cared more for the empire than for the lives of innocent people—and certainly more than she cared for him. At least, that’s what he thinks.\r\nBut far north lies a work camp where Kestrel is a prisoner. Can she manage to escape before she loses herself? As the war intensifies, both Kestrel and Arin discover unexpected roles in battle, terrible secrets, and a fragile hope. The world is changing. The East is pitted against the West, and Kestrel and Arin are caught between. In a game like this, can anybody really win?\r\n

Hey, I’m just the second stop on this two-month blog tour!  Go give these other blogs your love and make sure you stop into their The Winner’s Kiss posts, too!

Monday, January 11th – Adventures of a Book Junkie 

Tuesday, Jaunary 12th – Bookshelfery

Wednesday, January 13th – Andi’s ABCs

Thursday, January 14th – Miss Print

Friday, January 15th – Jenuine Cupcakes

Saturday, January 16th – The Quiet Concert 

Sunday, January 17th – Icey Books

Monday, January 18th – Book Rock Betty

Tuesday, January 19th – Forever YA

Wednesday, January 20th – Love is Not a Triangle

Thursday, January 21st – Art, Books, & Coffee

Friday, January 22nd – Belle of the Literarti

Saturday, January 23rd – Step Into Fiction

Sunday, January 24th – Swoony Boys Podcast

Monday, January 25th – The Windy Pages

Tuesday, January 26th – Bookish Lifestyle

Wednesday, January 27th – YA Bibliophile

Thursday, January 28th – Fiction Fare

Friday, January 29th – Across the Words

Saturday, January 30th – The Book Addict’s Guide

Sunday, January 31st – Teen Lit Rocks

Monday, February 1st – Addicted 2 Novels

Tuesday, February 2nd – My Friends Are Fiction

Wednesday, February 3rd – What Sarah Read

Thursday, February 4th – YA Book Queen

Friday, February 5th – The Irish Banana Review

Saturday, February 6th – Reading with ABC

Sunday, February 7th – WinterHaven Books

Monday, February 8th – Falling for YA

Tuesday, February 9th – The Eater of Books

Wednesday, February 10th – Supernatural Snark

Thursday, February 11th – Michelle & Leslie’s Book Picks

Friday, February 12th – The Hiding Spot

Saturday, February 13th – BookHounds YA

Sunday, February 14th – Novel Novice

Monday, February 15th – Bookish Antics

Tuesday, February 16th – A Backwards Story

Wednesday, February 17th – Lost in Ever After

Thursday, February 18th – Lost in a Great Book

Friday, February 19th – A Thousand Lives Lived

Saturday, February 20th – Esther’s Ever After

Sunday, February 21st – Out of Time

Monday, February 22nd – Me on Books

Tuesday, February 23rd – Ryley Reads

Wednesday, February 24th – BookCatPin

Thursday, February 25th – Empress of Books

Friday, February 26th – Jaimiesam

Saturday, February 27th – A Cupcake and a Latte

Sunday, February 28th – A Glass of Wine

Monday, February 29th – Swept Away by Books

Tuesday, March 1st – The Book Wars

Wednesday, March 2nd – Stuck in YA Books

Thursday, March 3rd – Hiver & Café

Friday, March 4th – Candid Cover

Saturday, March 5th – Burning Impossibly Bright

Sunday, March 6th – Read. Sleep. Repeat.

Monday, March 7th – Just Another Story

Tuesday, March 8th – Kinderlit

Wednesday, March 9th – Chapter by Chapter

Thursday, March 10th – Padfoot’s Library

Friday, March 11th – Working for the Mandroid

Saturday, March 12th – Ex Libris Kate

Sunday, March 13th – Bookiemoji

About Marie Rutkoski

Marie Rutkoski is the author of the YA novel The Shadow Society and the children's fantasy series The Kronos Chronicles, including The Cabinet of Wonders, The Celestial Globe and The Jewel of the Kalderash. Her next project is a YA trilogy that begins with The Winner's Curse, which is scheduled to be published in March 2014. Marie grew up in Bolingbrook, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago), as the oldest of four children. She holds a BA from the University of Iowa and a PhD from Harvard University. Marie is currently a professor at Brooklyn College, where she teaches Renaissance Drama, children's literature and fiction writing. She usually lives in New York City with her husband and two sons, but she and her family are living in Paris for the 2012-2013 academic year.

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