Thursday, July 16, 2015

Friday's Featured Suthors


Want a quick read for the summer? Seven authors have come together to create short stories that touch your heart.


Entangled Summer by Michele Barrow-Belisle
They say our dreams mask hidden secrets. Secret desires. Secret fears. Secret lives. 20 year old Nora Dultry’s dreams hide even more. They’re a gateway to the man of her dreams and an escape from her painful past. She’s fantasized about him for years, and when he magically walks into her summer teaching gig, she never dreamed she’d question whether he was the one she truly wanted. But her former fling Troy Belassaro doesn’t just own Wanderlust Academy... he’s her boss, he still has her heart strings tied in knots, and he’s hiding secrets of his own. One of them will be her dream come true, one her waking nightmare. Untangling the truth could make this summer job, her last.

Love Me Like You Do by Bonnie Bliss writing as L. Kirk
After being unceremoniously dumped by her boyfriend on Valentine's’ Day Daisy Philips jumps to the defense of mysterious loner, Jason Lancaster. Jason hasn’t spoken to anyone since he came to the High School three years ago. But that day he speaks to Daisy.

Daisy is a dancer with her heart set on Juilliard, but a family secret threatens that path. Jason is a lost soul with a path that halted three years ago. Together they create a friendship that quickly turns to romance. But a tragedy in Daisy’s life pulls them apart.

Will Jason follow Daisy to claim the love that brought him back to life and mend both their broken hearts?

Chase by Elena Dillon
Rylan Maguire has run from a dangerous situation to start her life over but she didn’t count on finding Chase Sullivan or falling for him so quickly. When their pasts tangle squarely in the present will fear win out or will her newfound courage hold?

My Best Friend’s Ex by Tina Gayle
She loved him first, but her best friend married him. Now, divorced Brooke must choose between her best friend and the man of her dreams.
Brooke Janson has loved Garrett Sawyer since she met him on her first day of high school. Now, he’s free to love her too.  Except, his ex-wife happens to be her best friend.
How can Brooke choose between a friend she’s known since kindergarten and the man her heart wants?

The Good Girl by Tracy Reed
Gabriella Townsend has been patiently waiting for her dream job.  When shes presented with the dream, its not exactly what she was expecting.  She was hoping to work her way up the corporate ladder.  Instead, one phone call and an office number on a slip of paper, lands her on the executive floor.  

After a month working for the elusive, handsome and sexy, Phillippe Marchant, he offers her a life changing assignment…the position of “girlfriend.”  Terrified of her feelings for him and the possibility of losing her job, shes not sure what to do.

Betrayal at Crater’s Edge by Kathleen Rowland
Marchand LaFond is in control:  his spy mission, his rules.  After a suspicious betrayal by a friend, he knows this time, he needs help to dispose of deadly nerve agent. The person he trusts most is his former girlfriend, Yardley Van Dyke.  She trusts him with her life but not her heart.  Nothing is as simple or complicated as his perfect kiss.
Under the uncharted sulfurous clouds on Venus, they get closer to answers—and play to win as they get closer to each other.  Will they find the poison before Vito Savage annihilates those who get in his way?

Random Acts of Violet by Geralyn Corcillo
Quietly independent Violet Parker is enjoying an uneventful summer of house-sitting, writing her thesis, and working to make ends meet. But suddenly a kid gets dumped on her doorstep, something keeps going bump in the attic, and most disturbing of all, Noah Swardguard shows up to lead a summer football program.
Noah has never succeeded in getting close to his reserved lab partner Violet. But when he sees her on campus in Julyin charge of a little girl who makes her laugh and live a littlehe wonders if maybe, just maybe, he has a chance with Violet Parker after all.

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