A Halloween anthology of sorts on the blog today, all three stories tell a tale of Rose Cottage from before, during and after the holiday, with three different chances at love.
The Cottage on Pumpkin and Vine
Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
Welcome to my review of the second installment in the anthology series Meeting Men by Kate Allure. Please read on for my review, check out the character interviews with the men featured in these stories and don’t forget to enter the tour-wide giveaway where you could win one of Five (5) copies of Lawyer Up.
Welcome to my review of Julia London’s new anthology: One Mad Night. Please be sure to read the excerpt, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway from Sourcebooks Casablanca, where you could win one of 3 print copies of ONE MAD NIGHT ANTHOLOGY. But first…
One Mad Night:
A wonderfully fun novella that is set to follow Chelsea over a 24 hour period. Julia London has built this story with a strong female character, battling the glass ceiling in the male-dominated advertising world. Her current obsession is to gain the advertising account for Tessla, but the agency partners have been playing her along, never quite giving her the plum accounts. Read more of this post
I have a love-hate relationship with anthologies and boxed sets: I love the idea of a common thread or theme, with the ability to read authors that I have not yet encountered. But, they are more time-consuming to read and write a review for, and time isn’t always something I have in great supply. Additionally, when stories are at most novella length, the authors need to be laser focused in word choice and plot development.
In Hot Summer Nights, the common thread is Dasia Island resort – setting the scenes for several ‘vacation-minded’ encounters in nearly every combination and heat level of romance possible when you don’t add in the paranormal. Ranging in heat level from sweet to erotic, these nine authors bring us to the tropical setting and hot summer escapades of their characters.
Today I have a real treat. The ladies of the Indie Chicks Cafe have released a wonderful anthology. And to celebrate that, and because I absolutely LOVED the book and think that every woman I know should read it… I’m giving away at least one eBook copy of the title. Read on to see more….
Twenty-seven authors, all who are independent and successful writers, come together for this anthology about love. And who doesn’t just love a love story or a love letter? But, this wasn’t digging through the box in the back of the closet: these are the love letters that never were written, or sent. Perhaps courage was waning, or perspective was missing: or the worst of all, you could do it tomorrow. These are those love letters: the ones that never saw the light of day. Read more of this post