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Thunderclap support needed please!

Hi friends! I have started a thunderclap campaign for an anthology I am in that will be released on June 1st and would appreciate help. It only takes a moment and it’s easy to do. Just press the button on whichever site you’d like to support with ~ Facebook, Twitter, Or Tumbler. Here’s the link:

http://sendgrid.thunderclap.it/wf/click?upn=YDBP6RK3mvJEJxxpkIniqGbAC-2FxfZtah9FvWz7VQCwI-3D_7hLGDzGOGs9qKfYdNXVd1WNxQi-2B499eFESvlBMsmYRc019wbtrWki0MS4VVVAJ1OOnx0dLtA3BqTxEW4BcBqe9LFcbIhjTeN6-2FBEVRprBeC73iuy2GVRQw1kwNzdCzC2hJsl-2BGCag-2BtzqMa9jux9ztwg4jrw1dpPOhtcN-2B8-2FtCTZYn2F046OJ72lz-2FR7lbm5eBOjKclPk4snlLTAAX2k2g-3D-3D

Thanks so much!

I won 1st place!

I won 1st place in the Maine Romance Writers Strut Your Stuff Contest!!!

Whoo! Hoo!!

I got a perfect score!

 

Maine Romance Writers

2017 Strut Your Stuff Contest

Title of Entry: Lead Me Into Temptation By Devon McKay

Category: Historical

Judge Number: J20

 

Blurb:

Violet Webster is a bride on the run. The last thing she’d wanted to do was get married…especially to a stranger twice her age. However, agreeing to be a mail order bride had been her only option and it paid the steep passage to San Francisco so she could locate her father. She’d find him too, if only her betrothed’s son would stay out of her way.

Garrett Sutherlin is on a mission. Delivering the striking, ebony haired beauty to his father’s doorstep not only pays off his debt, the effort will grant him freedom from the man’s condescending hold. As far as he’s concerned, Miss Webster’s made her own bed.

Unfortunately, his father will be the one to lie in it.

 

Judges: Rank the following questions on a scale of 1-5. Feel free to use ½ point values (3.5, 4.5, etc). Please also include one or two sentences in the comment section to give more information to the author.

 

5 = Wow! This really grabs me!

4 = Makes me want to read the Book!

3 = Intriguing: I want to know more

2 = Looks interesting

1 = So so

 

 

**  Judging Criteria Blurb  **

 

_____5_____ 1. Hook – Does this blurb grab your attention right from the start and make you want to find out more?

 

_____5_____ 2. Setting – Does this author’s blurb give you a sense of time and place for the story?

 

______5____ 3. Characters – Are the hero and heroine clearly defined and likeable? If there is a

villain, does this character seem to up the stakes?

 

_____5_____ 4. Conflict and Goals – Are the stakes (goals and conflicts, internal and external) for the hero and heroine clear and emotional, and do they appear to be strong enough to carry through the story?

 

_______5___ 5. Voice – Do you get a sense of the author’s voice in the blurb?

 

_______5___ 6. Tempo – Is the pacing of the blurb appropriate for the genre? (Is it too fast or too slow?)

 

_____5_____ 7. Length – Is this blurb the right length, offering enough information to make sense for the storyline, but not over-detailed with unnecessary information?

 

_____5_____ 8. Overall Effectiveness – Does this blurb do its job in intriguing you enough to buy this book?

 

_____40_______   TOTAL (40 points possible)

 

 

 

 

This portion of the score sheet is NOT judged

 Note: The following items have no bearing on the final score; they are for the author’s benefit only.

What, in particular, do you feel the author did very well in this entry?

It was perfect. It was engaging and intriguing with just enough of a hint to draw the reader in and make them want to read the rest of the story.

What, in particular, would you like to have seen the author do better in this entry?

Nothing.

A Hundred Kisses with Jean M. Grant

Today on my blog, I have the talented Jean M. Grant and her new release, A Hundred Kisses.

This sounds like such a great read and the cover is amazing!

A Hundred Kisses

by Jean M. Grant

Blurb

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Two wedding nights. Two dead husbands.

Deirdre MacCoinneach wishes to understand her unusual ability to sense others’ lifeblood energies…and vows to discover if her gift killed the men she married. Her father’s search for a new and unsuspecting suitor for Deirdre becomes complicated when rumors of witchcraft abound.

Under the façade of a trader, Alasdair Montgomerie travels to Uist with pivotal information for a Claimant seeking the Scottish throne. A ruthless baron hunts him and a dark past haunts him, leaving little room for alliances with a Highland laird or his tempting daughter.

Awestruck when she realizes that her unlikely travel companion is the man from her visions, a man whose thickly veiled emotions are buried beneath his burning lifeblood, Deirdre wonders if he, too, will die in her bed if she follows her father’s orders. Amidst magic, superstition, and ghosts of the past, Alasdair and Deirdre find themselves falling together in a web of secrets and the curse of a hundred kisses…

Excerpt

She sensed no colors in the murky, lifeless water, and it was freeing. All breath escaped her. Muted visions passed before her eyes—her mother, her father, Gordon, and Cortland. Just a moment longer, she thought…

Suddenly, a burst of warm light invaded her thoughts as air filled her lungs. Red-hot hands burned her shoulders and ripped her from her icy grave. She breathed life into her body. She coughed, gagging on the change.

Muffled words yelled at her.

Oh, God, so hot. His fingers were like hot pokers. Her head pounded as she slowly returned to the present. Heat radiated from her rescuer. Somebody had pulled her from the water.

“Wh—?”

“Hush, lass. You nearly drowned.”

His voice was as soothing as a warm cup of goat’s milk on a winter’s day. A red-hot glow emanated from his body. Never before had she felt such a strong lifeblood, and it nearly burned her. She struggled in his arms to get free. She blinked, only seeing a blurry form before her. “Release me!”

She splashed and wriggled, and he did as told. She clambered to the shoreline. Numb and shaken, she began to dress. It wasn’t easy as she fumbled with slick fingers to put dry clothes over wet skin. She instantly regretted her naked swim. She pulled on her long-sleeved white chemise first.

She faced the forest, away from her rescuer. He quietly splashed to shore. His lifeblood burned into her back. He wasn’t far behind, but he stopped. She refused to look at him until she was fully clothed, not out of embarrassment of her nudity, but for what had just happened. He released a groan and mumbled under his breath about wet boots. His voice was not one of her father’s soldiers.

When she put the last garment on, her brown wool work kirtle, she squeezed out her sopping hair and swept her hands through the knotty mess. She fastened her belt and tied the lacings up the front of the kirtle. Blood returned to her fingertips, and she regained her composure. Belated awareness struck her, and she leaned down and searched through her bag for her dagger. She spun around.

She gasped as she saw the man sitting on the stone-covered shoreline, his wet boots off. Confusion and the hint of a scowl filled his strong-featured face. She staggered back, caught her heel on a stone, and fell, dropping the dagger. Dirt and pebbles stuck to her wet hands and feet, and she instinctively scrambled away from him.

His glower, iridescent dark blue eyes, and disheveled black hair were not unfamiliar. Staring at her was the man she had seen in her dream—it was the man from the woods.

 

Pre-order link (Amazon):  https://www.amazon.com/Hundred-Kisses-Jean-M-Grant-ebook/dp/B06XPH5XX2

Links on TWRP:

E-book: http://catalog.thewildrosepress.com/all-titles/5014-a-hundred-kisses.html

Paperback: http://catalog.thewildrosepress.com/paperback-books/5070-a-hundred-kisses-paperback.html

Author bio:

Jean is a scientist, part-time education director, and a mom. She currently resides in Massachusetts and draws from her interests in history, science, the outdoors, and her family for inspiration. She enjoys writing non-fiction articles for family-oriented and travel magazines, and aspires to write children’s books while continuing to write novels. In 2008, she visited the land of her daydreams, Scotland, and it was nothing short of breathtaking. Jean enjoys tending to her flower gardens, tackling the biggest mountains in New England with her husband, and playing with her sons, while daydreaming about the next hero to write about…

Website: http://www.jeanmgrant.com

Twitter: @JeanGrant05

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeanmgrantauthor/

 

 

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A Cowboy To Keep – Pre-order today!

Catch a cowboy … Keep a cowboy …

Don’t miss this great collection from USA Today, Amazon Bestselling, and Award-Winning authors!! Pre-order A Cowboy To Keep today!

You don’t want to miss this little beaut–seven entertaining stories and it’s only 99 cents.

It’s sure to entertain!

 

 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072869SGV

THE LEGEND OF BAD MOON RISING by Carra Copelin
Sheriff Ben Hammond is finally over the woman who shattered his heart, but when Dinah Horne suddenly returns, can he ignore the passion still burning bright between them?

CITY BOY, COUNTRY HEART by Andrea Downing
Trading horses for subways for two years seemed like a good idea to cowboy Chay Ridgway, but can city girl K.C. Daniels keep a rein on his country heart?

BLUE SAGE by Kristy McCaffrey
Archaeologist Audrey Driggs rolls off a mountain and lands at the feet of rugged cowboy Braden Delaney. Together, they’ll uncover a long-lost secret.

THE DRIFTER’S KISS by Devon McKay
Determined to take back what belongs to her, Addison Reed will do anything. Even trust a complete stranger.

HER MAN by Hildie McQueen
Deputy Mark Hunter falls for Eliza Brock during a murder investigation. Is it fate or bad luck, especially when she may be involved?

BORDER ROMANCE by Hebby Roman
Widow Leticia Villarreal wants to establish a horse-racing stable and old acquaintance John Clay Laidlaw offers to help. But can she trust him with her business and her heart?

PHOENIX HEAT by Patti Sherry-Crews
After losing her fiancé and her New York City business, Harper Donovan returns to Arizona and meets cowboy Frank Flynn. Will his past and their differences extinguish the heat between them?

Finalist!

One of my books is a finalist in the Maine Romance Writers Strut Your Stuff Contest!!! Squee!!!

 

 

Big Amazon 0.99 cent sale!

Big Amazon Sale!

Betting On Kincade only 0.99 cents!

Betting On Kincade is on sale at Amazon for 0.99 cents today through April 14th.

Be sure to get your copy. It’s a great read at a great price!  

You can download your  0.99 cent copy from Amazon at: 

https://www.amazon.com/Betting-Kincade-Devon-McKay-ebook/dp/B01MQXJWK9

on February 16, 2017
Format: Paperback
Excellent read with great characters and story line. I love how it relates to real life, the feelings and emotions are strong. I recommend this book for anyone that loves a good story with romance and suspense!! Well done.
on February 26, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
McKay just keeps getting better and better! Love her writing! The research and details she puts into her books makes me feel like I’m living in the story!!

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A War Like Ours

Today on my blog is the incredibly talented, Saffron A. Kent, with her newest release, A War Like Ours. I absolutely loved this book. Not your typical romance, it’s edgy, a little dark, and impossible to put down!

 

Blurb:

 A liar…
Three weeks ago, James Maxwell’s wife died in a car accident, but he hasn’t been able to tell his five-year old daughter the heartbreaking truth behind her mother’s death. Instead, he packs them up and leaves for a summer resort in upstate New York to spend a few peaceful weeks and to gradually break the news. But a spirited and outspoken maid at the resort has figured out his secret.

A hater…
After witnessing her mother’s violent death at the hands of her stepfather, Madison Smith has turned aimless and bitter toward the world—men, in particular. Her dead-end job at the local resort and her convenient girlfriend barely keep Madison from falling apart. When she meets James, however, she’s driven to protect his child from the darkness she sees inside him.

A forbidden kiss…
But Madison doesn’t expect to find that very darkness irresistible. Drowning in guilt and memories, neither does James expect to be drawn to the sharp-witted woman who has made his life miserable. When their tempers flare, a brutal kiss triggers a need that blurs the lines of hate and desire. As their lust spins out of control, they must decide if their attraction is worth fighting for or if love is the real enemy.

Please Note: This book is intended for mature audience. 18+ ONLY.

 Excerpt:

 A liar…a hater…a forbidden kiss…

My arm had begun to feel numb. I forgot to breathe as I looked at him. He could really hurt me. I knew this in my heart. He could really do it. My fear kicked into high gear. Please no. I didn’t think I could go through that again. Turned out people like me could be scared of some things, too. Surprise, my subconscious chanted, weakly.

I tried to free myself. “Let me go.”

He brought me even closer and puffed his stale breath on my face. I fought hard not to gag. His chest wasn’t touching mine, but one deep breath and it would brush. I stopped breathing.

A soft flick, a caress resonated on my skin where he’d grabbed me. It was so soft that it could’ve been air touching my skin, but I knew it was him. He was circling his thumb on my arm. My heart pounded, furious, afraid, and with a tinge of excitement. In the next second, the caress was gone like I’d dreamt it.

I struggled harder. “Let me go!” And then I broke down and uttered a word I hadn’t spoken like I meant it in a long while. “Please.”

 

Buy links:

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2j9TXqe
Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/2j9UDM8

Saffron A. Kent Bio:

Romance Writer and Reader. Coffee Addict. White Russian Drinker. Imaginary Ballet Dancer. Wanna-be Poet. Lana Del Ray & Gillian Flynn Worshiper.

My stories are grey-shaded and NC-17. I write what I love to read. And what I love to read is always twisted and angsty and emotional. My characters desperately need therapy. They tend to kiss a lot too, among other naughty things.

I LOVE to chat with readers about reading and writing so come follow me!

Social links: FB: https://www.facebook.com/SaffronAKent/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SaffronAKent
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/saffronkent/

Website: http://www.saffronkent.com

 

 

Valentine Day Blues? Betting On Kincade’s here to save the day!

For those of you who are having the after Valentine Day blues, Betting On Kincade is here to save the day.

Fall in love with your next book boyfriend.  

 

Betting On Kincade Blurb:

Everyone Cassie Wilcox loved is gone. And now, thanks to her drunken stepfather, her house and family business will be taken from her, too, unless she can find a way to buy back the ranch from the new owner. With less than two months to come up with money she doesn’t have, her options are running out, and apparently, her common sense as she rents out rooms to an eclectic group of strangers.

Returning home for Dalton Kincade is bittersweet. Not a damn thing has changed. Two years on the rodeo circuit weren’t able to shake free the memory of the feisty redhead who’d broken his heart into a thousand pieces. Nor the sting of her parting words…Never trust a Kincade.

Winning her beloved ranch in a drunken bet is the last thing he expected to happen, but at least he saved it for her. Now, he has to figure out how to break that news to a woman who never wants to see him again. Renting a room in the house he now owns might be a risk, but it’s nothing compared to betting his heart on winning back the love of his life.

 

Betting On Kincade Excerpt:

“Are you going to play or just sit there?” Gary Evans slurred in drunken angst as he kicked back his chair and leaned over the table. Not waiting for a reply, he picked up the crisp piece of paper lodged between them, waved it in the air, and then, slammed the deed to the Wilcox land back down on the hard pressed wood.

Cautiously, Dalton stationed a deadly stare on the intoxicated fool and noted the shimmering of glee highlighting the steel gray of the man’s eyes. Tapping the top card, he slowly trailed his finger along the swirled red print.

He was a loser no matter the outcome. Should’ve just walked away. Ignored Gary’s foolish bet and the taunts that followed once the hook had been set. It wasn’t as if Cassie would appreciate his effort anyway. Regardless, he couldn’t walk away and let her lose it all.

Clenching his jaw, he folded his fingers around the squared edges and paused before picking up the pile.

“Read ‘em and weep,” Gary squealed gleefully as he tossed his cards next to the deed. “Four deuces.” He stumbled from the end of the table, closing the gap between them in one stride, before managing to shove a quadruple of stubby digits in front of Dalton’s face. “Four.”

Dalton studied his hand with guarded fury, then stifled the drunkard’s premature victory with a flick of his wrist.

 

Betting On Kincade Buy Links:

https://www.amazon.com/Betting-Kincade-Devon-McKay-ebook/dp/B01MQXJWK9

http://catalog.thewildrosepress.com/paperback-books/4921-betting-on-kincade-paperback.html

ASIN:  B01MQXJWK9

ISBN(s):
978-1-5092-1266-8 Paperback 
978-1-5092-1267-5 Digital 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MQXJWK9

 

50 Great Date Ideas

A Fun Valentine’s Hop:

Prizes, Amazing Authors, Great Recipes, Free Books!

Curl up in your comfy corner, grab your favorite steamy drink and visit ABA’s Valentine’s Day cyber party. It’s time for love and our ABA Hop brims with romance, Valentine mythology and traditions, supernatural magic, winter recipes, hot novels, and steamy short stories. Win free prizes as you jump from site to site on our treasure hunt. Swags, gift cards, ebooks, signed paperbacks, and some secret surprises too. The party starts on Monday February 6 and runs through midnight Wednesday, February 14. Start clicking our list of amazing author sites and find your new favorite read.

Also be sure to sign up for the rafflecopter to win a chance at winning one of two $50 Amazon gift cards:

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As I was scouring the internet for great ideas for the perfect Valentine date, I found this awesome article from Stylecaster.com ~

1. Plan a picnic.

Whether you’re heading to a park or even just your backyard or fire escape, put down a blanket, get a spread of yummy snacks, a bottle of wine, and you’ve got yourself a lovely, low-cost date.

2. Go birdwatching.

Sometimes the most romantic activities involve being outdoors together. Check if your favorite local park offers birdwatching tours, or just hang out in your backyard with binoculars.

3. Take a brewery tour.

Learn something and get beer in the process? This is pretty much a foolproof date. To find a tours, start by calling a microbrewery near you and go from there.

4. Take a workout class.

Take a spin class, a rowing class, or one of the myriad of trendy boutique workout classes that have popped up just about everywhere in recent years. Couples that sweat together, stay together.

5. Troll for photobooths.

Spend an evening looking for photobooths, and taking fun photos together. The souvenirs from the evening are just a bonus.

6. Take a boxing class together.

Not your typical date, get the endorphins flowing taking a boxing class together. If you’re on the hunt for a good boxing class, read how to find a good gym on ExpertBoxing.com.

7. Visit a museum and see something unexpected. 

Going to a museum is a great date idea. Go see a controversial show, and the conversation will flow easily from there.

 8. Head on a (mini) road trip.

Pick a destination about an hour from where you live—it could be anything from a flea market to a restaurant off the beaten path—and just drive.

9. Meet for drinks at a local landmark.

From the Eiffel Tower, to the Empire State Building, to the Top of the Space Needle—head to a local landmark and admire the view, while creating your own movie worthy moment.

10. Make homemade pizzas with wild toppings.

Instead of just any dinner, make homemade pizzas, and don’t be afraid to go wild with the toppings.

11. Stargaze.

 A bit of a cliché, but completely romantic, who could resist a date that involves stargazing? To get started download The Night Sky app so you actually know what you are looking at.

12. Volunteer together.

A great first date idea, head anywhere from a soup kitchen to a home for the elderly to volunteer, while getting to know your date.

13. Work on a DIY project.

Look through Pinterest together for a project, and then execute it together!

14. Sing Karaoke.

While you are on your karaoke date, don’t forget to do a duet. When in doubt, Sonny and Cher’s “I Got You Babe” can’t be beat.

 15. Learn to dance.

Find a dance studio that offer sessions for first timers and couples. Looking to do something really special? Consider booking a private lesson to start.

16. Go camping!

Borrow equipment from a friend if you don’t have your own, make s’mores over an open fire, and completely unplug from technology. You can even do this in your backyard!

17. Shop for each other.

Head to a thrift store, set a budget, and pick out outfits for each other!

18. Kiss, kiss, kiss.

 Not for a first date, but if you’re a more seasoned pair, try mastering these 36 kisses: French Kiss, Sniff Kiss, Nip Kiss, Eskimo Kiss, Butterfly Kiss, Basic Kiss, Spiderman Kiss, Flavored Kiss, Vacuum Kiss, Fish Kiss, Tease Kiss, Candy Kiss, Ice Kiss, Firm Kiss, From Behind Kiss, Slow Motion Kiss, Opposite Kiss, Downward Kiss, Tickle Kiss, No Lips Kiss, Blow Kiss, Woodpecker Kiss, Lady and the Tramp Kiss, Shocking Kiss, High Low Kiss, Kiss on the Hand, Kiss on the Cheek, Kiss on the Neck, Kiss on the Fingers, Kiss on the Shoulder, Kiss on the Ear, Kiss on the Back, Kiss on the Navel, Kiss on the Nose, Kiss on the Eyes, Kiss on the Forehead. Not sure what they all mean? Just have fun with it.

19. Recreate the first date you ever had together
.

If you went to a movie, rent the same movie. If you went out for dinner, go back to the same restaurant or make the dish that you ate at home.

Photo: Getty

20. Take a ride on a Ferris wheel.

Countless romantic comedies feature couples falling in love at the top of the Ferris wheel, and with good reason. Plus, there is something so nostalgic and wonderful about heading to a local fair or amusement park on a date.

21. Do something a little bad. 

Skinny dipping, light sidewalk graffiti, doing something you aren’t supposed to be doing can actually bring couples together. Plus, it’s great for a future story.

 22. Rent you or your partner’s “dream car.”

Take your partner and your dream car you’ve rented on a weekend adventure, even if it’s just driving and exploring.

23. Go to a fancy bar and dress up. 

Get dressed up, go to a fancy bar (hotel bars are an easy choice), and try something off the exotic cocktails list.

24. Head to the farm and go berry picking.

Berry picking is a fun activity, and also one that allows for a lot of talking and getting to know each other time.

25. Rent a Vespa and go for a ride. 

 Sightseeing on the back of a Vespa can be pretty romantic.

26. Go to a midnight showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Find a local showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, dress-up, and get into it.

27. Host your own walking tour.

Take your date on a walking tour of the neighborhood where you grew up showing off your elementary school and local haunts along the way.

28. Go for a hot air balloon ride.

A classic date that is hard for anyone to resist.

 29. Eat a dessert only dinner.

Skip to the good stuff, and by good stuff, we mean dessert, ordering a sampling of what’s on the menu.

30. Bake a cake. 

Or cupcakes, or brownies, or cookies! Any activity that also involves eating makes for a great date.

31. Have a game night.

Get out your favorite old-time board game (Clue, Monopoly, you name it), and have an old-fashioned game night date.

32. Go to the zoo.

 Stroll through the local zoo admiring everything from the tigers to penguins while getting to know each other.

33. Take a hike.

Be one with nature on your next date, taking a hike at your favorite nature preserve or hiking path. The more picturesque the spot you choose, the better.

34. Play tourist.

Decide to play tourist for the day in your hometown—going everywhere from the museum, to the major landmark, to the most famous restaurant in town.

35. Wake up at 4 a.m. and watch the sunrise together.

Not all great dates are at night. Get up early, curl up together, and watch the sunrise.

 36. Have a friendly bowling competition.

Dust off those bowling shoes, and have a friendly bowling competition slash date.

37. Host a decadent brunch.

Go all out for brunch making everything from French toast with flambéd bananas to mimosas.

38. Binge watch a Netflix TV show together.

Pick a show on Netflix that neither have you seen, and watch a few more episodes than you probably should.

39. Create your own wine tasting. 

 You don’t have to go somewhere fancy to do a wine tasting as a date, you can do it at home. Ask for recommendations of some bottles to try at your favorite local wine store, and go from there.

40. Head to the drive-in.

Take some inspiration from Grease and seek out a drive-in (it sure will beat that traditional movie date). Find locations by heading to driveinmovie.com. Get some popcorn, lean back in your car, and enjoy.

41. Head to Medieval Times.

Not exactly fine dining, but an evening at Medieval Times will definitely be unexpected, and seriously fun.

42. Head to a free outdoor concert.

A great way to spend a summer afternoon, seek out a free outdoor concert, everything from the symphony to an indie band, and enjoy.

 43. Read aloud to each other from your favorite books.

Each bring a copy of your favorite book, and read aloud from the first chapters.

44. Have a five course dinner at different places.

Instead of going to one restaurant, pick a bunch of different restaurants to enjoy various courses of your dinner date at.

45. Play truth or dare.

Not just for seventh grade parties, an evening of truth or dare makes for a great get-to-know-you date.

46. Find a rooftop pool and go swimming.

 Rooftop pools are popping up everywhere from hotels to sports clubs these days. Luckily, they make for a great date spot.

47. Go exploring with your cameras.

Take a camera, and head to a neighborhood you don’t know well, and start exploring, snapping photos along the way.

48. Head ice skating.

You don’t have to an Olympian to have fun on an ice skating date. Finish off the date with hot chocolate.

49. Go to the beach.

Head to the beach for a day of laying out in the sun, relaxation, and getting to know someone.

 50. Do something neither of you have done before.
 Sometimes the best dates involve doing something that neither of you have done before—taking a pottery class, riding in a helicopter, or even just trying a new restaurant.

Read more: http://stylecaster.com/creative-date-ideas/#ixzz4XNmt8OFN

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