What are you reading next? Check out this new novel from Marla Todd – Exceptional Liars.
Alex Goldstein has a thriving law practice with his wife Tasha Alexander. Life is is good. Well, except for the fact that he drinks too much, and his wife regularly cheats on him. To keep his mind off of his problems Alex writes about by serial killers. His most recent obsession is The Killer of Virtue.
Liz Hobbs is born into a large family of sneaky manipulative children with an unhealthy fear of God only ranks second to the fear of their narcissistic parents. After the murder of her brother and only ally Steve, then the loss of a college scholarship for bad behavior, Liz falls in love. Unfortunately that includes falling into an abusive marriage with relationship counselor Greg Atkinson.
Liz decides to end it all and jumps from a bridge, only to find herself in the bed of her friend Darren Crawford. He isn’t just a friend; he is The Killer of Virtue. Fortunately for Liz, Darren drops dead of natural causes. Now with everyone thinking she is dead, Liz pulls a Huck Finn and runs.
After misreading the phone number of a women’s shelter Liz ends up in office of Alexander and Goldstein. Alex helps her build a new life as his own life falls apart.
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What are you reading this summer? I recommend these entertaining short story anthologies.
WPaD Anthologies are available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other fine online books sellers. Proceeds go to MS research.
Part 5 in a continuing story of love, vampires and vampire hunters. This isn’t some teen tale of sparkly little expressionless pukes. It is more of an adult story – a little more real, a lot smarter and a lot more fun. Click here for: Short Story Sunday: The Hunt Continues.
A story of unexpected romance in the far off land of Patagonia – star crossed Americans and a little bit of mystery. Click here for: Dancing on the Beach.
Expect the unexpected when you least expect it: Click here for: Memory of a distant love.
A little story of romance… Click here for: Cold Hands, Warm Hearts.
Click here for: The Time Travelers.
A little bit of less than romantic fiction and a new twist on time travelers…
Plus links to more interesting and amusing short stories.
A short bit of fiction to start off the week with…
No End in Sight
A short story from Juliette Kings
The cold tile under her feet was always preferable to shoes. That was something her mother never understood. Just like nobody understood when Karl passed away she didn’t want to be bothered by anyone for a long time. She went to the beach where she could feel the cool sand in her toes and stood under the gray sky watching the waves for hours. Then she went home and wondered what was next.He looked across the beach and saw a woman who reminded him of a girl he knew in college. Only this woman was older than the 22-year-old girl he’s last seen. The woman on the beach was around his age. Standing alone she watched the waves. He should have gone up to her, or at least walked by close enough to see if it was the girl who’d haunted his thoughts for the past 30 years.After she arrived home she sat on her deck listening to the sounds of the woodpeckers. A dog barked or other suburban sounds drifted over the fence. She poured another glass of wine. Now what?
via No End in Sight (the rest of the story).
Click on the link above for the rest of the story and links to more unique short stories..