Win a Valentine’s Day romance book bundle

Enter to win four swoon worthy reads


Whether you’re celebrating Galentine’s, Valentine’s or ignoring February all together, there’s always room to add a little bit of romance to your day. Which is why we’ve teamed up with the fabulous people at Headline Eternal to give our readers the chance to win a book bundle featuring four recently released romance titles including:

Red String Theory by Lauren Kung Jessen

Just a date . . . or a twist of fate?
When it comes to love and art, Rooney Gao believes in signs. Most of all, she believes in the Chinese legend that everyone is tied to their one true love by the red string of fate. And that belief has inspired her career as an artist, as well as the large art installations she makes with ( obviously ) red string. That is until artist’s block strikes and Rooney begins to question everything. But then fate leads her to the perfect guy . . . Jack Liu is perfect. He’s absurdly smart, successful, handsome, and after one enchanting New York night—under icy February skies and fueled by fried dumplings—all signs point to destiny. Only Jack doesn’t believe. And after their magical date, it looks like they might be lost to each other forever . . . until they’re given one more chance to reconnect. But can Rooney convince a reluctant skeptic to take a leap of fate?

Breakaway by Grace Reilly

As a pro-bound college ice hockey player, I usually have my pick of puck bunnies. But lately, I’ve been in a dry spell that feels more like a curse, and the stress is affecting my game – the one thing that can’t happen if I’m going to make team captain.

Enter Penny Ryder.

She’s my coach’s daughter, but from the moment she grabs me on the ice rink, she’s the only thing on my mind. She wants me to introduce her to all the things she’s been dying to experience in the bedroom. If I say yes, I’ll be relaxed on the ice again – but if her dad finds out, I can kiss any chance of being captain goodbye.

Thanks to the ex from hell, I’m a long way from being ready for a relationship – but it’s finally time to reclaim my agency, one sexual experience at a time.

Enter Cooper Callahan.

He’s the most casual guy I can think of – but he just so happens to be my hockey coach dad’s star defenseman. The agreement is simple: become secret friends-with-benefits until he makes captain, whilst I cross off all the experiences on my list. Yet the longer our connection goes on, the less I want to say goodbye.

I know love can lead to heartbreak, but what if it could also clear the ice for a breakaway . . .?

Love at First Flight by Jo Watson

Things Pippa enjoys: her job, airplanes, synonyms and tropical fish.

Things Pippa does not enjoy: repeating patterns, tight clothes, people asking why she’s single and school reunions.

After four months of only speaking over intercom, when air-traffic controller Pippa Edwards finally meets pilot Andrew Boyce-Jones face-to-face, they discover they’ve got much more in common than simply working at the same airport.

In fact . . . they both need a date.

Tired of every relationship ending before it’s even begun, Pippa wants to evade the inevitable questions at her dreaded ten-year school reunion in Cape Town. And Andrew needs to get his well-meaning family off his back about settling down.

The solution seems simple. A pact – a fake dating pact – for as long as it’s mutually beneficial. It’s perfect.

Or at least it would be if their very real attraction wasn’t about to make Pippa question everything she thought she wanted. . .

Ready or Not by Cara Bastone

Eve Hatch has always been content to coast through her life, with a steady, if uninspiring, job and a cozy apartment in Brooklyn, close to her childhood best friend Willa and far from the midwestern, traditional family who never really understood her.

But when she finds herself pregnant after an uncharacteristic one-night stand, her comfy life is suddenly up in the air. Eve’s loyal friendship with Willa is feeling tense, right when she needs her the most, and it’s actually Willa’s steadfast big brother, Shep, who steps up with the most support and he’s . . . suddenly kinda hot?

As if she needs one more complication, there’s also the baby’s father, who is technically supportive, but majorly conflicted. But as Eve struggles to figure out the next step in her expanding reality, she begins to realize that family and love, in all forms, can sneak up on you when you least expect it.

To enter to be in for the chance of winning all four books, all you need to do is follow the instructions in the tweet below:

Terms and Conditions
1. No purchase necessary. A purchase will not increase your chances of winning.
2. This giveaway is open to residents of the United Kingdom only.
3. This giveaway opens Tuesday, 13th February at 12:00 and closes on Tuesday, 27th February at 21:00
4. One (1) winner will be selected at random from all applicable entries. The prize consists of one (1) copy of Red String Theory by Lauren Kung Jessen, Breakaway by Grace Reilly, Love at First Flight by Jo Watson and Ready or Not by Cara Bastone. Prize has no cash value and no alternative prize is available.
5. Winners will be contacted via Twitter direct message by @unitedbypop after the giveaway closes. Winners must provide United By Pop and Headline Eternal with their full name and mailing address to receive their prize. If winner fails to do so within 24 hours of being contacted, winner forfeits their prize and a new winner will be selected.
6. United By Pop is not responsible for prizes that are lost or damaged in the post. Prizes may take up to 90 days to arrive.
7. This giveaway is in no way sponsored by or affiliated with Instagram and/or Facebook.
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