There are some reviews you're not expecting so when they come in, they're that much sweeter. Such was the case of the five star review for Break Down (Dublin Rugby #4) from The Romance Reviews, a notoriously picky outlet. And wow, what a review it was. Honestly, I didn't even know they were reading it!
I've talked a lot about my next full-length book -- THE DISTILLER'S DARLING -- but what I haven't mentioned much is a short story I've written for a great new anthology called SCHOOLED IN LOVE.
Linwood High and St. Martin’s Academy. Rival schools that unintentionally end up sharing a venue for their ten year reunion.
Fists - and sparks - will fly.
Meet the jocks, the gamers, the mean girls, the student council members, the geeks, the nerds, and all the others who wanted to fit in, blend in, and otherwise survive high school. This limited edition anthology contains fifteen original reunion stories. Pre-order your copy today to read all the makeups, breakups, and hookups from the bestselling, award-winning, and up-coming authors listed below.
Schooled in love features fifteen new and exclusive stories.
Participating authors include:
Emma Nichols | Monica Corwin | Rebecca Norinne | Taige Crenshaw | McKenna Jeffries | Jennifer Millikin | Aliyah Burke | Maggie Dallen | Regina Morris | Bethany Lopez | Tracy Ellen | Monica Donnelly | Kacey Hamford | Michelle Irwin | Emma Tharp | Tarina Deaton | Melissa Stevens
Price jumps to $2.99 on release day
Want to know more about my contribution for this great anthology? Keep reading.
RETURN TO ME
A McClintock Security Novella
She was my best friend. My only friend. From the moment we met, there was an undeniable connection. Over time, she became my everything. But then life happened, and we went our separate ways. For ten years, I’ve tried to forget the way she made me feel. But there’s no forgetting someone who’s stamped on your soul, so here I am at our high school reunion, ready to try again. I just pray she feels the same.
He was my best friend. My only friend. First, I gave him my heart; then I gave him my body. Now, ten years later, I've returned to the town that nearly broke me to attend our high school reunion. I hadn't planned on coming, but when I heard he might be here too, nothing could have kept me away. I've tried to move on, but no one compares to the way he made me feel. Cherished. Adored. Heard. I just pray he feels the same.
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