Henry’s playlist – iPod giveaway!

Ah, amore. You gotta love that “can’t eat, can’t sleep, can’t think” feeling. We all have playlists that help convey our emotions, and Spring–my main character in Definitely, Maybe in Love–explains why she is on an “all-chick musical kick.” Bossy and opinionated (though adorably sexy), Henry sets out to widen Spring’s (ahem) musical exposure with a playlist of his own: All male singers and all with one similar “theme.” πŸ™‚

TO PLAY: Tell me your favorite make out song, either on Twitter using #HenryPlaylist, or in the comments (don’t forget your email addy). If you’re the winner, the prize is an iPod shuffle, and your song will be added to the official “Spring’s Education of the Mail Voice” playlist…straight from Henry.

(Warning: per Spring, no Marvin Gaye, no Prince and no Barry White. That’s just too easy.)

contest ends 11/29

Have fun, and get your smexy freak on!

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26 thoughts on “Henry’s playlist – iPod giveaway!

  1. Ginger says:

    Adage Matthews Band and Fleetwood Mac. Best make out song Justify my love by Madonna. That beat! Also love Nikki by prince but oh so dirty.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Fleetwood Mac & DMB are the two I remember from the book. And I've always loved “You're Beautiful” by James Blunt. Sexy!

  3. April David says:

    I remember Maroon 5 and Fleetwood Mac though honestly I'm not familiar with the latter ;P hehe. I also never thought that there are actually makeup songs until I read your book (which is awesomesauce by the way! I finished it this afternoon and I couldn't stop thinking about Henry.) But now that you're asking, I'd say”You're Beautiful” by James Blunt. It has always been a fave of mine and it was the song my fiance (he's my hubby now) sent to my phone on my birthday before we got married πŸ™‚

    P.S. I'm in love with Knightly. Hope there's a second book.

    Thanks so much!

    April @Books4Juliet

  4. Ophelia London says:

    “You're Beautiful” is a great song.
    I'm in love with Knightly, too. heehee. There is a second book (Jane Austen's “Persuasion” this time). It doesn't follow Spring and Henry but they're in it! ❀ Thanks for playing!

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