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Monday, July 07, 2008

And the winners are...




Thanks to those of you who played along with I-Team trivia. I hope you all had fun with it.

Strangely, I thought that the Round III questions were the most difficult, but everyone got perfect scores. Which means that the scores basically stayed the same as before. So, the winners to the I-Team Trivia Contest are:

First Place: Ronlyn
Second Place: Stef
Third Place: Christi
Fourth Place: Tena and JennJ (tied)

CONGRATULATIONS!

And now for the answers to Round III's questions:

1. What variety of martial art does Julian practice? Aikido

2. Where did the whistleblower first ask Kara to meet him? At an abandoned warehouse near Quebec and Smith roads.

3. What did Tessa get accused of trying to steal as a little girl? Books — because she wanted to read. (Poor girl!)

4. Where was Alexi Burien born (town and country)? Gzel, Russia (I'm so blown away that anyone got this.)

5. What kind of weapon does Reece carry in his briefcase when he realizes Kara’s life is in danger? A Sphynx .9mm

6. What’s the name of the secret operation lead by Julian that frees the sex-trafficking victims at Pasha's? Operation Abolish

7. Who taught Marc the ins and outs of sex (be specific)? Ms. Meadows, the English teacher

8. Where does the newspaper hide Kara after she’s attacked in her home (be specific)? At the Loews Hotel.

9. What is Sophie’s phobia? SPIDERS! Can you blame her? Horrid creatures!

10. What does “el-wop” mean? Life Without Parole — good times... NOT!

All four of you get some kind of prize. Email me so we can figure out what it is. I know some of you have all of my books, but some don't. And there are other things, like samples of "Marc" and "Sophie" perfume.

Congrats again to the winners!

Now what game shall we play next? Pin the cannoli on the hero?

9 comments:

Ronlyn said...

LOL...I like the sounds of that game! *G*

Tena said...

Thank you for giving me a fun game to play and the chance to win something it was fun finding all the answers and getting to re-read the story again they are the most wonderful stories so fun, loving, thrilling and I cant wait to hear more of the I-Team and the fun romantic stories and things they go thru to find the one, cant wait to hear the next game maybe it eill be on the new book God Bless

Anonymous said...

Congrats Ronlyn! And thank you Pamela for this trivia. It was fun. As for the new game, I don't know...There's one called St├ęphanie and the Three Hotties....Love that game... ;-P

Anonymous said...

Okay I swear I'll get it right...some day...

stef

Debbie H said...

Congratulations everyone! Great job.

Christi said...

Congrats Ronlyn & Stef...

Thanks Pamela for taking the time to do this for us fan-friends.

First i thought naked twister would be fun with the Three Studs but then I figured (if i knew them well) they would not get within 30feet of each other naked so there went that game. But one at a time would not be bad...

Happy Wednesday! Christi

Ronlyn said...

LOL...good point Christi. One on one naked twister maybe?

I knew you would, Ronlyn. LOL!

Tena, you're welcome. Thanks for playing along. I'm so glad it was fun for you and gave you a chance to revisit the stories. I haven't come up with our next game. I need more caffeine, I think. But it ought to involve sexy men...

Stef, I love the way you think! And, you know, I think those three men are secure enough in their manhood to hand a menage without getting spooked. They wouldn't be interested in each other, of course, just whichever woman they were with. In the case of Stephanie and the Three Hotties, it would be you, of course. ;-)

Hey, Debbie, good to see you. Glad you got time with your grandgirls this past weekend.

Oooh, Naked Twister with Three Studs!!! I like it, but, yeah there's probably a bit too much skin-on-skin contact. And parts of men dangle, you know. I can't imagine Julian being cool with dangling on or being dangled on by Marc. Or visa versa really. They'd just end up kicking the crap out of each other. Which could be fun to watch, too, 'specially if they're nekkid.

You know, I love the evolved and high-brow intellectual conversations we always have on this blog. How refined we are! LOL!

Ronlyn said...

LOL...hey, we're all about academia here. it just so happens that anatomy is our favorite subject. *G*

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