Book-A-Day Giveaway: 7 Wicked Kisses, Day 5

Too Wicked To Kiss by Erica Ridley
Want to win an autographed copy of
TOO WICKED TO KISS?

I’m giving away a book a day until launch day–7 days of fun!! All you have to do to be eligible is answer the Daily Kiss question.

3 ways to win:

1) Tweet/RT on Twitter (to @ericaridley with hashtag #2w2k)

2) Post to the Facebook wall: facebook.com/EricaRidleyFans

3) Comment on this post with the answer to today’s question!

And today’s Daily Kiss question is:

What is the most memorable Book Kiss?

Good luck!!!

Yesterday’s Winner: Lois Merritt

Yesterday’s Daily Kiss Challenge:

What is the most memorable Movie Kiss?

Yesterday’s Entries:


  • I really liked Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks kiss at the end of “You’ve Got Mail”
  • The end of “Desk Set”, where fireworks are going off in the background as a very expensive computer is malfunctioning, and the engineer manages to keep kissing the librarian long enough to borrow a hairpin and go fix the damn thing.
  • When Pam and Jim finally kissed on the “Office” I was incredibly incredibly happy
  • Scarlett and Rhett in Gone with the wind
  • I always liked the upside down kiss in Spiderman.
  • Wicker Park – when Josh Hartnett (hello!) finally gets the girl, and kisses her in the airport. OMG I was crying watching that.
  • 1995P&P, by the end, you’re just dying for Darcy and Lizzie to kiss already!

Comment to win today’s challenge:

What is the most memorable Book Kiss?

6 comments

  1. Candy Gorcsi - Reply

    Honestly I would love to win, but I’ve read so many great kiss scenes that it’s hard to pick!
    Each author i’ve read has at least one fabulous kiss scene so how can I leave anyone out?

  2. RachieG - Reply

    My favorite kiss in a book is from “It Happened One Autumn” The scene in the library with the peach schnapps…The kiss is amazing! The kiss is amazing, super sexy, and makes me smile every time I read it. Utterly sweet and wonderful.

  3. Lyoness2009 - Reply

    “The Raven Prince” by Elizabeth Hoyt. The hero is a scarred kind of recluse, the heroine is his widowed secretary. The story is emotional and heart wrenching, but the love scenes are incredibly hot. The first kiss is beyond incredible. They both know its wrong but its oh so right.

    If you have never read it before, you should check it out. It’s amazing!

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