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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: The Hesitant Heiress by Dawn Crandall #BookGiveaway

This week’s book giveaway is for The Hesitant Heiress by Dawn Crandall.  You can check out my review for this book here (The Hesitant Heiress book review).

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Dawn Crandall, author website

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the terms first person point of view (POV) and third person POV, here is a quick definition.

Books written in first person point of view use “I” and “me”, where you inside the head of the character you are reading about.

Books written in third person point of view use “he” and “she”, where you are reading about the character as a outside party.

The Hesitant Heiress and the other three books in that series are written in first person POV. For some characters, I really enjoyed it. For others, I would have preferred third person because I wanted to know more about the other people in the story.

What about you? Do you have a preference?


To enter the giveaway, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Open to readers with USA mailing addresses only. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The winner will be notified via email and will have one week to respond back to me with their info. Good Luck and Thank You for stopping by!

The comment requirement for this giveaway is: Do you prefer books written in first person or third person point of view?

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30 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: The Hesitant Heiress by Dawn Crandall

  1. I would say first person because then I feel like I understand the character(s) better. Thank you for the giveaway! God bless!

  2. I think that I like third person point of view best. I can picture everything in my mind better that way. Sometimes I enjoy getting to know the thoughts that are in someone’s head, and that happens most often with first person POV. Still, third person is my favorite!

    1. I tend to be a third person POV reader myself Karen but I have been reading quite a few first person POV books recently. Thanks for commenting. 🙂

  3. I like either POV as long as it is consistent throughout the book. Otherwise it is confusing.

    1. Oh I agree Sally. I haven’t read that many books where the POV switches like that, but I like to know what to expect throughout. Thanks for commenting. 🙂

  4. I prefer first person, because it captures my attention more. However third person can be wonderful too! Thank you so much for the giveaway!

  5. I prefer first person, because I feel you get a better feel for the character and what they are feeling and thinking.

  6. As long as historical fiction keeps to the “timeline”, and is well written, the “storyteller” doesn’t matter. Just don’t have the Wright Brothers 50 years before they actually lived and I’m happy

  7. Had never really thought too much about this first person or third person point of view before …i just get my book and start reading ,Love them both.Thanks for the giveaway.

  8. I prefer first person pov. Sometimes when the story is written in third person pov, I have to look back to make sure who is saying the phrase. Thanks for the giveaway.

    1. Oh yeah Donna, third person really needs to be clear about who is speaking or it can get confusing. Thanks for commenting. 🙂

  9. I mostly prefer first person BUT if I happen to be reading a biography or other non fiction at the same time (a bad habit of mine), then I like the break of going to fiction that is written in the third person. 🙂

  10. I don’t have a preference so long as I can understand quickly what it is all about. I have read books and series that were good but they jumped from person to person and to different places and times leaving me puzzled. I just kept reading and hoped I would soon understand what was going on.

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