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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Forgotten Castle series by Jamie Carie #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for the historical fiction Forgotten Castles series by Jamie Carie. Don’t forget to check out my reviews of The Guardian Duke, The Forgiven Duke, and A Duke’s Promise.

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Jamie Carie, author website

In book three of this series, Alexandria and Gabriel use a hot air balloon as their mode of transportation on their journey. While I was reading about that, I wondered at the courage and sense of adventure that one must have to do something like that, particularly at a time when it was new thing.

I have always wanted to try parasailing. One time, I was on a Bahamas cruise and a group of people were doing it. The line was so long that before I could get a turn, I had to return to the cruise ship. I was never able to try it, but I know that it would have taken me out of my comfort zone. 🙂


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What have you tried or wanted to try that stretches your sense of adventure?

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24 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Forgotten Castles series by Jamie Carie

  1. I’m not very adventurous so my adventures are found in books. I like to live vicariously through fiction heroines.

  2. Well, I used to ski, if that counts. It was many, many years ago. I’ve been to Scotland and England, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Portugal. That’s about as adventuresome as I get. I’m more of a homebody who likes to keep both feet on the ground.

  3. Oh, I know the answer to this question!! On one of our anniversary trips years ago, we spontaneously went white river rafting!! No, not the kind of rough white water that would definitely knock you out of the raft…I’m not THAT daring, haha! But it was so fun. We were staying in Wenatchee Washington and was driving around one day and happened to see a sign for river rafting. We didn’t stop at first because we were on the way to eat lunch. As we ate, we talked about stopping back by to find out a little more information….I was SHOCKED when my husband agreed with me! You see, he’s not a swimmer & doesn’t really like to be on water, so to get him to want to do this was amazing 🙂 Anyway, we stopped back by and found out they were having a tour for the next day & we signed up to go. Oh my goodness, it was such a THRILL!!! We had two other young couples along that were over visiting from Sweden in our raft, the one young lady looked a little green but I think she had fun after all. The day was perfect weather wise & they feed us a BBQ lunch afterwards. Perfect day! I’d love to go again, it was so much fun 🙂

  4. I would like to try zip lining. Even though I don’t like heights, it still looks like fun.

  5. I’m scared of heights and I let my daughter and grandkids talk me into going down this huge water slide that is inside a tube and spits the inner tube with us all on it out. Really petrifying. Will never do it again. Thought I was dead. Haha

  6. Going on an adventure for me usually means going camping and just enjoy the outdoors. That can mean anything from hiking or tubing down a river to sitting around a camp fire. Plus anything with young kids is always an adventure.

  7. In December last night a friend and I went with my grandparents on a five-day cruise to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. This was the first time I had ever traveled out of the country, and it was a very interesting and exciting experience! It definitely stretched my sense of what “adventure” means, especially since my friend and I had to fly by ourselves from the PDX airport to LA, which is something that I would have never thought I would do until later on in life. This was a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and now my whole idea of what an adventure is has changed and become more real for me.

    1. I love that story Emily. I took a 3 day cruise to the Bahamas (that was where I missed out on trying parasailing). I was young and single so the entire vacation was an adventure for me. 🙂

  8. I’d love to go zip-lining. Until then I will enjoy adventures through the books I read. 😉

  9. I have always wanted to explore Europe with just a small suitcase and a rented car. All at my own pace. In fact, I would love to wander in those ancient castles!! Thank you for the giveaway!

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