Now working on her sabbatical, Grace becomes a kind of technical advisor to a local theatrical production of a play called The Vampyre, a really awful play based on a snippet of story by Lord Byron. Right on schedule mysterious accidents begin to plague the players, and it’s only a matter of time before one of the cast falls victim.
When Sharley Collins finds her fiancé in the arms of another woman just a week before the wedding -- and Spence Greenfield refuses to explain his actions -- she calls off the marriage and retreats to the family cabin in the woods. But Spence thinks the cabin would be a good place to hide out, too -- and together they wind up spending a very singular honeymoon.
Brett Hilliard has promised that his chocolate business will revitalize Fultonsville's ailing economy. But Rebecca Barclay, Rebel to the fans of her radio show, has heard that sort of promise before. Someone has to stop Hilliard before Fultonsville pays the price -- but when Brett Hilliard focuses on Rebel she quickly understands why everyone finds him so charming.
Award-winning author Doranna Durgin has over 30 published novels (MMPB, trade, and hardcover) and another 19 short pieces. Now available, Making the Rules is an original, stand-alone book in the former Silhouette Bombshell Hunter Agency series of action, suspense, and romance.
HIDDEN STEEL is the first of the Wild Hearts series: Clever, strong, high-action heroines--a taste of Alias, Buffy, Xena, and Covert Affairs, including heroes who are strong enough to capture these wild hearts.
Only a teen herself, Galetia is sworn to protect a desperately hidden group of youngsters fighting for survival in a world unfriendly to their differences.
"The Scoria" was originally published by DAW in UNDER COVER OF DARKNESS, Julie Czerneda, ed.
Shiba is a line hound with a very special tracking skill: with her handler, she patrols her territory for illicit magic. But Shiba isn't alone on the border line; she now shares the territory with a hound named Sabre, who would rather leave her in his dust. Two hounds, two handlers, and a new kind of magic rising...someone's got to figure it all out. Who else but the right bitch?
With her handler, Shiba patrols her territory for illicit magic. But Shiba has just lost her lifelong partner, and his replacement doesn't trust he--and he doesn't want to, for he's just lost his own partner. With nasty illicit magic sneaking across the border, what's a bitch to do? Of course, the real question is, will she do it in time...
Short and edgy, the classic SF "What if..?" An everyman "Joe the Plumber" risks everything in an attempt to prove the establishment wrong and achieve his dreams his own way... In the tradition of Frederic Brown.
"Fountane Of" was first published in HelixSF, edited by William Sanders.