A Valentine’s Day Poem made from Book Titles

In honour of The Day Of Love I thought I’d share some romantic books with you in a unique way! Here is an impromptu poem I created using the book titles from Escape Publishing’s February releases

 

Take your loved one on a few VALENTINE’S DATES or run the risk of being struck down by THE CHIEFTAIN’S CURSE.

There are HIGH STAKES on this special day and you are BOUND BY HER RING after all.

Forget about FINDING ELIZABETH or some other young floozy; stick with the woman you have ARRANGED TO LOVE.

Spoil her, love her, and maybe even give the house A BASIC RENOVATION and repaint the bedroom in THE PALER SHADE OF AUTUMN.

Life moves fast, so don’t FAST FORWARD, savour every moment and she just might organise some extra special ROOM SERVICE to thank you.

 

And an Escape ebook pack would be an awesome gift… just sayin’ 😉

Now, here are the gorgeous covers for the February releases, which you can read about and buy here.

Don’t forget – launching on Valentine’s Day, the Escape authors are having an Escapade – 30 authors, 1 story, 1 month. Watch the fun unfold at the Escape blog.

0213 VDay Escape Web TEASER

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About Juliet Madison

Humorous & Heartwarming Fiction ~ Experience the magic of life and love...

Posted on February 13, 2013, in General and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Very cute, Juliet. And the progressive story should be a hoot! Have fun!

  2. Great idea Juliet 🙂 Love what you’ve done – very cute.

  3. Great idea for a post 🙂

  4. Thanks guys, glad you enjoyed it 🙂

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