Splash into summer with a book full of summer love stories! It's a Love Thing is an anthology from Prose by Design, LLC (of which I happen to be co-owner with author Sherry Gammon). It's a compilation of 8 stories from 8 amazing authors, some new, some established (including yours truly). The stories are everything from contemporary to paranormal to fantasy to historical. There is something for everyone in this book. Below you will find a short blurb for each of the stories. Be the first to own this great new summer read.
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Pete & Tink by Sherry Gammon: Pete Pancerella loves two things in life: Video games and Spongy Cremes. He’s happy, content, and he’s also a geek. All that is about to change when his mother wishes upon a star and Tink answers the call. But will it take more than a five-and-a-half inch faery to whip this manga-loving goofball into shape?
Haven by Ranee S Clark: Sera, like hundreds of victims of the Polio-Variant IV virus, has been transferred to Haven Base, where the Elysians, a race of humans from a distant planet, labor to save Earth’s population. The only problem is that Sera’s boyfriend Dex thinks she’s dead and is making choices that will leave him ineligible for transfer if he contracts the virus. In an effort to save his soul, Sera defies the strict rules of her rescuers and takes over the consciousness of Elspeth, a young woman dying of Polio-Variant IV and scheduled for immediate extraction. Sera is allowed one week to work a change in Dex’s heart. Except Dex Porter has no intention of changing anything. When Sera “died,” so did his belief in the possibility of them being together again. He blocks every effort Sera—in Elspeth’s body—makes to change his path. When Elspeth’s body begins to deteriorate quicker than before, Sera and the Elysians are forced to make a choice about the greater good: Elspeth’s body or Dex’s soul.
Ye Old Summertime of Love by Calvin Kern: A young knight, Sir Atticus, finds himself completely in love with a girl, Lyrica, who works for King on his secret council, which is made up of unique individuals with specific talents. But there's something particularly special about Lyrica. Just as Atticus and Lyrica are getting to know one another, disaster strikes the kingdom, sending them fleeing for their lives.
I Was Here - Before You Came by Camelia Miron Skiba: Legend has it … centuries after Spartacus another hero is born—Ilias, the bastard son of King Decebalus. Thirsty for revenge and eager to unshackle the Roman oppression, Ilias' obsession to fulfill his oath has no bounds, even if that means kidnapping Nerva, the beloved daughter of Emperor Traianus. What he doesn't know is his own heart threatens to betray his conscience. What will prevail: his mind or his heart?Seeds of Loveby J.C. Willibat: Blanca Islas is city-girl from Chicago who’s tired of healthcare politics and men who refuse to look her in the eye. Sure there is more to life than work and men, she finds a job working as a Nurse Practitioner in central Idaho, thinking the small town of Crouch is just the sanctuary she needs. What Blanca doesn’t factor in, however, is the ramifications of being the only health care provider in the heart of redneck country. It takes endless hours of work to care for an entire community, and violence and natural disasters put her independence as a doctoral level nurse practitioner to the test. Forest Longbow, a sexy and mysterious neighbor, tests Blanca’s resolve to stay clear of men and focus on her career. An Apache smoke-jumper, who fights forest fires through the summer, Forest is nothing like the men Blanca left behind in Chicago. His strange but effective ways of speaking to Blanca’s soul will leave her breathless and hoping for an early Fall.
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What a fun blog hop. And the stories sound delicious.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the opportunity :)ReplyDelete