Summer Fever: The Giveaway

September 10, 2014

TT Kove here, back with a giveaway for my recently released novella Summer Fever! You like those, right? Yeah, I thought so. 3 is a number I like, so I’m thinking there’ll be three winners who each get their own copy of the ebook. I will draw the winners tomorrow, once this release day party is over.


Basking in the long summer days, Axel hikes away from his worries through Norway’s idyllic mountain passes. He’s so at ease that he slips off his clothes and bathes in the cool lake water with no fear of being called out for his bright red hair or body full of freckles. Life is grand. 

Peace and quiet doesn’t come easy for mystery writer Folke. When he stumbles across his copper-haired muse naked in a mountain oasis, plans for his future novel are long forgotten in favor of love. Nature takes a bite out of the serenity the two find, and the real world encroaches, making the happy couple wonder if they didn’t just suffer a summer fever.
All you have to answer to be a part of the giveaway is this: a summer fever is the urge to have new experiences, like for instance to party, to mate, to have no cares at all and just have fun! Have you ever experienced a summer fever? 


TT Kove

10 Responses to “Summer Fever: The Giveaway”

  1. Trix says:

    I think I have experienced a summer fever, although it’s hard to tell when you live near a beach town. I think a part of summer fever is wanting to escape the status quo, so I’m always in the weird situation of watching OTHER people experience their summer fever by escaping to the place that’s just everyday life for me. (So, I think winter fever might be more appropriate for me…sometimes I fantasize about getting snowed in somewhere with the perfect guy or something like that…)

  2. TT Kove says:

    Oooh, getting snowed in sounds so nice!

  3. Susan says:

    In the fall, I always get the urge to travel somewhere with great seasonal colors. I used to live in Massachusetts and upstate NY, so I know what I’m missing here in the west.

  4. Stella says:

    In the past years I had a summer fever every summer, I remember the summer I spent in Greece with my friends, that was a high fever!
    I agree with Trix, living in Italy and near the beach, it snows rarely, but last January we made snowmen and it was so fun. I know it’s normal in Norway lol

  5. TT Kove says:

    Susan: Ah yeah, the travel fever!

    Stella: Ahahah, yeah, pretty normal here. ;-) Except perhaps the last two winters… At least where I live, along the coast, we haven’t had much snow the past few years. But further inland… well, let’s say it’s all white in there. :3

  6. Sula says:

    Hi TT, I just across your launch party so I will checking out your previous posts so I find out more about your fun new romance story :)

    Summer madness is unlikely to happen to me, as I am very pale skinned with red/blonde hair and burn to crisp in the sun! I do freckle and think that maybe one day they might meet and I get a light tan, but most vanish or fade to light ginger freckles. Friends and work colleagues often compare their fading summer tans to my pale skin and their skin tone is still more tanned than mine :(

    So I most of the time it would be summer suffering for me, so I am less likely to find romance or go crazy. On hot days I longingly wish for the cooler autumn, winter and then the delightful spring. So I am more likely to go for winter or spring madness, as I am happier in the cooler weather. Autumn/winter are fun times and I am more likely to find a mate (which I did) then eventually we locate a place to hibernate on cold snow days, possibly like your writers wooden cabin in the forests with snow and wildlife. Then when we get to the spring we can enjoy the blossom, bulbs and new life on the trees, then I might be dancing around like a spring lamb (embarrassingly so) :D

    Thank you so much for giving us a chance to win your new book I really love the cover and the storyline :D

  7. H.B. says:

    On several occassions I’ve always had the urge to travel or go on a road trip somewhere. I’ve never go en into the urge but its always there and pokes its head out every so often.

  8. TT Kove says:

    Sula: You and me both! Everyone always compare their tans to my pale skin too. Drives me mad sometimes! But then I’m like: ‘I’m a Scandinavian, we’re supposed to be pale’, and then I just shrug it off. :3 Thanks so much for your kind words. :-)

    H.B.: Ah yes, the urge… I’ve got it to, but never given in to it either. We should, both of us! :3

  9. Jen CW says:

    The last few years since my son was born, I haven’t had as much of a travel bug. But I do love taking trips in the fall to the mountains to see the forests change color. There’s something beautiful and calming about the fall colors with the cooler temperatures.

  10. TT Kove says:

    I have now chosen the winners, thanks to, and the three lucky commenters were: Jen CW, H.B. and Sula. I have sent you all an email!

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