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Parrot Romance Novel Giveaway

Find out who won one of these romance novels featuring parrots

Illustration by Tom KimballParrots in romance novels often play a variety of roles in the storyline from matchmaker, as comic relief and as hero. Parrots and other birds have begun to appear more frequently in this genre of fiction. Read more about parrots in romance novels in Romancing the Parrot, featured in the October 2007 issue of BIRD TALK magazine.

Eight winners will receive a parrot romance novel, listed below, courtesy of BIRD TALK magazine. 

Check back soon to find out who are Parrot Romance Novel Giveaway winners are.

Parrot Romance Novels
Here is BIRD TALK’s list of parrot romance novels and their featured parrot.

  • Forbidden Magic by Jo Beverly (2005) Knox the Parrot
  • Sweet Laurel by Millie Criswell (1996) Percy the Parrot
  • Meet Me at Midnight by Suzanne Enoch (2000) Mungo Park the Parrot
  • Land of Mango Sunsets by Dorothea Benton Frank (2007) Harry the African Grey
  • It Must Be Love by Rachel Gibson (2000) Sam the Parrot
  • Spitting Feathers by Kelly Harte (2004) Sir Galahad the African Grey
  • Deep Waters by Jayne Ann Krentz (1997) Crazy Otis the Parrot
  • Whirlwind Courtship by Jane Ann Krentz (1980) Ferd the Bird
  • A Natural Attachment by Katherine Kingsley (1990) Archie the Parrot
  • Crime of Manners by Rosemary Stevens ( 2003) Sir Polly Grey
  • Lord Nightingale’s Debut by Judith Lansdowne (2000) Lord Nightingale the Macaw
  • Lord Nightingale’s Love Song by Judith Lansdowne (2000) Lord Nightingale the Macaw
  • Lord Nightingle’s Triumph by Judith Lansdowne (2000) Lord Nightingale the Macaw
  • Lord Nightingale’s Christmas by Judith Lansdowne (2000) Lord Nightingale the Macaw
  • Love’s a Stage by Laura London/aka Tom and Sharon Curtis (1996) Mr.Bilge the Parrot
  • Indiscreet by Kasey Michaels (1995) Ignatius the parrot
  • Heartstrings by Rebecca Paisley (1994) John the Baptist, parrot
  • Lady Whistledown Strikes Back By Julia Quinn, Suzanne Enoch, Karen Hawkins and Mia Ryan (2004) Lady Neeley’s unnamed parrot   
  • Great Caesar’s Ghost by Cynthia Starling (2000) Sweet William the Budgie
  • A Shadow’s Bliss by Patricia Veryan (1995) Duster the Budgie

 


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I Love it!!! Parrot fun in a good romance! I can't wait to take this book list to the book store. Thanks! Renee
Renee, Vencie, FL
Posted: 5/8/2008 7:17:33 PM
Parrots in books are good...I'm not into romance and there are other books out there with parrots. One author I've discovered is Donna Andrews. The one I read is "We'll Always Have Parrots". She has written others with parrots & wild birds. Quite amusing & a little similar to Janet Evanovitch & Sue Grafton.

I would like to see more books with birds in the story.
Lisa, Orange Park, FL
Posted: 2/16/2008 4:57:56 AM
any winners yet? 12/19/07
stephanie, no smithfield, RI
Posted: 12/19/2007 3:20:13 PM
Another great idea. Wish I had entered in time.
Linda, Toronto, OH
Posted: 10/8/2007 4:19:09 PM
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