“Haunted by the Devil” Release Giveaway

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“Haunted by the Devil” Release Giveaway

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“Haunted by the Devil” Release Giveaway

Chris is nothing if not stubborn. The woman he loves is trapped in Hell, and he’s determined to free her even though everyone who finds out about his quest thinks he has no hope of success. They could be right. He doesn’t have any idea how to rescue someone from Hell. Even worse, his lack of faith robs him of the best methods to combat demons. Can love really conquer all? To find out, Chris will have to risk his life–and maybe his own soul.

Haunted by the Devil is available for a limited time at the new release price of $0.99. To make this an even better deal, the prequel novella, The Devil Hath the Power, ($0.99 all by itself) has been incorporated into the novel, so if you haven’t read it yet, you’re getting two stories for the introductory price of one.

(The giveaway is being held to celebrate the new release but is not otherwise connected with it. In other words, purchasing the book is not necessary to enter and will not improve your odds of winning.)

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72 Comments

  1. Crystal Walker says:

    I love the long lost kind of books, where someone reconnects with a lost love and they live happier ever after

  2. Sandra Watts says:

    I can’t say I have a favorite love story. I don’t mind reading them now and then but I don’t get that into them. Sorry.

  3. Sharon Khan says:

    This book sounds like something I’ll love to read. I am a huge paranormal fan.

  4. Vicki H says:

    Hope I’m commenting on the right part. My favorite all time Love Story is Love Story. When I was young by dream was to go to a big league school and become an attorney and move to Boston. Or maybe the dream came from the movie. Anyway it was so sad but just hit that spot I suppose.

  5. Anita Kennett says:

    I have to admit that it is the African Queen,because it was the first movie that I seen with my aunt.💕💕💕

  6. Susan Smith says:

    My favorite love story is Titanic because Rose was willing to give up her wealth and status to be with the poor artist Jack.

  7. Anita Jude says:

    My favorite story is the notebook because it was so heartfelt and so touching about her losing her memory and him still loving her no matter what and holding on that she will remember him if only for a moment in time

  8. Darlene W says:

    My favorite love story is Beauty and the Beast! Its just a good story!

  9. Bobby Michalowski says:

    Hello world!

  10. Robert says:

    First one to comment? I hope, also, first one to win!!

  11. Patricia wright says:

    I love all ❤️ stories

  12. shannon fowler says:

    My favorite love story is the one between Peeta and Katniss. I guess its because they had to get through so much and problem solve to find a way to get together.

  13. Ivette says:

    My favorite love story is When Harry Met Sally just because they kept crossing paths and didn’t realize they were meant to be. Yet somehow sensed each other.

  14. gunner miller says:

    Thanks for the chance to win. My favorite love story is rather cliche, but Romeo and Juliet. The written and 1968 movie version each have their pluses and minuses.

  15. Nadia Martin says:

    My favorite love story was The flame and the flower from Kathleen E Woodiwiss. My girl friend when i was a teenager, let me borrow the book and told me it was a really good book. So i read it and it had always been my favorite.

  16. alycia salyer says:

    thanks for the chance to win. happy new year.

  17. alycia salyer says:

    romeo and juilet because oh how strong there love was for eachother.

  18. Michal Sebek says:

    Good luck everyone 🙂

  19. Erwin Carrington says:

    whaoo im entered in baby

  20. Trey stone says:

    romeo and juliet because it is a classic timeless tale

  21. Doreen Sharpe says:

    I like to read love stories, I like to many to have a true favorite.

  22. Cathy French says:

    My favorite love story is Gone With The Wind. I love it because of course its a classic but mostly because of how Scarlett really wants Rhett but doesn’t really know it herself until the end.

  23. WOW! This sounds fantastic! If your willing to send it to me to read for free, I’ll give my YouTubies [as I lovingly refer to my followers as] a proper and 100% completely honest review. Reading helps my mind stay sharp due to my 3 brain disorders. Many Blessings, Love and light. [Let me know if there’s something that can be worked out 😁]

  24. Phyllis Huebbe says:

    My favorite would be Romeo and Juliet. Because lots of families don’t like their in-laws

  25. Wendy Pierson says:

    Love all types of books. Suspense, drama, love and real life.

  26. nickie says:

    Love pride and prejudice, I think it was a great story because they both were strong willed and it didn’t feel like one was over the other. Both Characters were clever and observant and loyal to family

  27. misty mcdaniel says:

    really love books

  28. Ezequiel says:

    This book looks interesting.

  29. Helen Wawrejko says:

    Love story. Poignant. Thanks

  30. Deb Pelletier says:

    Jane Eyre, the way she and her boss Mr. Rochester help each other.

  31. Veronica Lee says:

    My fave love story is Way Of The Warrior because it is a sad, sad tale of a pair of lovers who cannot be together for some noble purpose that involves a sacrifice and a cruel twist of fates. Sob. Sob! I could read that book and watch the movie a thousand times over.

  32. Dana Matthews says:

    In Love and War, such a love story and heartbreaking story all in one.

  33. MANDEEP ADHIKARI says:

    This is really an awesome giveaway to enter.

  34. Paula Bojinoff says:

    Love this giveaway

  35. Bryan Vice says:

    I dont have a favorite love story but i like dramas/ and mysteries

  36. Ryan Schenk says:

    My favorite love story is the notebook book and movie. The reason for this is their is great connection between Ryan Gosling’s character and his mistress. I love the way it moves in and out of time to reveal the best love story ever told!

  37. mike hoang says:

    thanks for giveaway

  38. kelly tate says:

    would really like to win this

  39. Nikolina Vukelic says:

    The notebook – love stories are usually predictable and sometimes boring, but this one got my interest the whole time!

  40. Christy Caldwell says:

    The Dollanganger series by V C Andrews because the books are so twisted and shocking. They’re not your typical love stories.

  41. Marko Laitinen says:

    Never read these.. but there’s always a time for new.

  42. Kartikey Porwal says:

    My favorite love story is what they portrait in the beauty and the beast

  43. Clem says:

    Jonathan Livingston Seagull, because of its message of the love within that’s developed higher and higher, that can be bestowed upon others in the hope they raise themselves up to higher states.

  44. Jenny Ham says:

    Serendipity is my favorite. They met went their own ways then ended up back together it was meant to be.

  45. Deborah Farris says:

    I don’t really have a favorite live story, but I do know for sure that I love a story with a strong heroin. None of this swoop me off my feet soeey of thing.

  46. Kayla Klontz says:

    My favorite love story is the one from A Walk To Remember, it teaches you what love really looks like.

  47. Misty Shallcross says:

    Sounds like a book i need to add to my library!

  48. Sondra Uselton says:

    My favorite love story is Romeo & Juliet.

  49. JEFF LEMONS says:

    I’m not really a fan of love stories

  50. Calvin says:

    Romeo and juliet, a classic and always good.

  51. ShellyC says:

    I love romance stories and novels. I enjoyed Fifty Shades series and I also like autobiographies.

  52. Tamara Collins-terni says:

    My fave was the story of Titanic it had some history and some action and love. It was great!TT

  53. Madeline says:

    I don’t have a favorite love story, but I do love reading a good love story!

  54. Judy Thomas says:

    I love any love story as the world is too sad and we need all the love we can get.

  55. Jerry Marquardt says:

    I just love to read The Way We Were by Marcia Willett.

  56. Francisca Ramos says:

    The Time Traveler’s Wife was a nice love story. I like how he time traveled and met when she was a child and continued to visit her as she grew up and married her. Through his time travel, he made their relationship work. It’s all about love and just beautiful.

  57. Brittany says:

    Othello is my favorite

  58. Uri Valenzuela says:

    My favorite love story is the notebook

  59. Dario Zoric says:

    The Love Story by Erich Segal – from sentimental reasons… 🙂

  60. Melissa Craig says:

    my favorite love story is Oryx and Crake, not only set in the future but just mesmerizing

  61. Josiah Morgan says:

    Love my stories!

  62. April Monty says:

    this looks like a super read, I’d love to have a copy

  63. Jessica Cao says:

    Call Me By Your Name

  64. Susanna Austin says:

    The only story that is stuck in my head right now is Jenny and Julian from the The Forbidden Game trilogy from L.J. Smith. I love that story. It really shows what someone is willing to do for someone they love.

  65. kale jeric says:

    my favourite is romeo and juliet…

  66. Hiep Truong says:

    This giveaway is awesome

  67. Bobbie says:

    I’m not into love stories myself but my mom used to read a lot of Daniel Steele books.

  68. Emily Conway says:

    I wouldn’t call this a story, but I love Shakespeare’s love sonnets. So much richness that I haven’t found elsewhwee lately.

  69. Austin Garcia says:

    Othello definitely

  70. ERICA WEAVER says:

    i would say titanic cause two people fall in love in s short time but the the love loves a llife time what a american dream that doesnt ever happen this story is something everyone wishes for

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