In each story of this collection, the main character struggles with romantic direction--should she stay or should she go?
Includes: - The Perfect Date, LLC - Taken - The Representative - Jesse
Most of these tales are also available as single or double releases. More
In each story of this collection, the main character struggles with romantic direction--should she stay or should she go? Most of the tales are also available as single or double releases.
Includes: - The Perfect Date, LLC: The night before she gets married, Megan Scott goes on “the perfect date” with a perfect stranger. In Megan's world, utilizing the services of The Perfect Date, LLC is the norm for bachelorette events. Megan is forced to reevaluate her relationship and the decision she has made for the next day once she is presented with all the things she wishes her soon-to-be-husband could be. A short story, “The Perfect Date, LLC” is an exploration of the meaning of commitment and love.
- Taken: Heather doesn’t care who thinks she’s a spoiled princess used to getting her way, or one who finds everyone else too insignificant to speak to. It’s no one’s business what has happened in her life or what she’s doing with it—until she meets Michael. Michael opens her eyes to future possibilities, but first, she must face her past.
- The Representative: A speculative short story originally published in Expanded Horizons magazine, this somewhat whimsical, slipstream tale is about a woman whose attorney follows her around to help her navigate difficult relationship issues. But does her representative end up doing more harm than good?
- Jesse: A coming-of-age novelette, “Jesse” is the story of a young, African-American girl struggling with both her identity and her feelings for her white best friend, who is also struggling with societal expectations. As they both try to find their place in the world, they must come to terms with their feelings for each other.