Posted at Jun 29, 2015 8:29 am
How pretty is this???
I was honored to be invited to join this project, and can’t wait to see what readers think of this fun collection. Here’s the short summary…
From warm sunny days to long sultry nights, spend your summer falling in love in a small town! These nine contemporary romances featuring sassy heroines, sexy heroes, and lots of heartwarming romance make the perfect beach read. Whether your pleasure is sweet small town romance or smolderingly sexy love stories, there’s something in the Small Town Summer box set for everyone!
Small Town Summer includes novellas from nine BESTSELLING, AWARD WINNING, and RISING STAR authors:
AWAKENING ANNA, by Wall Street Journal Bestselling author Terri Osburn
ANYWHERE WITH YOU, by Heatherly Bell
MOONSHINE & MAGNOLIAS, by National Bestselling author Jamie Farrell
SUMMER IN STRINGTOWN PROPER, by Liz Flaherty
SUMMER STOCK, by Regina Kyle
SERENA’S SOLDIER, by Amy Lamont
A KISS IN KITE HARBOR, by Stefanie London
HER LAST SHOT, by Megan Ryder
SWEET HOME ALASKA, by Rebecca Thomas
As you can see, my contribution is a story called AWAKENING ANNA, and it is MUCH HOTTER than my normal fare. This is an erotic romance about a woman awakening to her senxuality, and that means a lot of sex. A lot. Did I say there’s a lot of sex? I want to be very clear about this so that no one picks this up and is shocked and dismayed by the end of chapter two. If you like your stories with an extra splash of spice, check this one out.
However, if you prefer less spice, we have that here, too. There are stories with all heat levels here, so please, even if you think mine wouldn’t be to your taste, pick it up anyway and give the other authors a try. These are fabulous writers that I know you’re going to love.
The collection is now up for pre-order on all major digital platforms and at the low-low price of only $0.99! That price will last through the first week and then go up, so get your copy before the price changes.
Pre-order/purchase links for Small Town Summer:
Amazon / Nook / iBooks / Kobo
Now tell me what you think of collections like this? Do you like getting a lot of stories in one? Do you usually pick and choose which ones to read or read them all?