Stimulating: A Halloween Collection Anthology
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Four tales of Halloween to stir your heart and satisfy your craving for romance any time of the year. Angels, Demons, fortune tellers, Native Americans, other worldly aliens, ghosts, and witches offer unusual heroes and heroines. The Curse of Tempest Gate by Karen Michelle Nutt; Always and Forever by Cheryl Pierson; Conceived in Darkness by Laura Shinn; and A Haunting Love by Rebecca J Vickery More
The Curse of Tempest Gate by Karen Michelle Nutt – Clarity Shaw, a reporter for Unbelievable Finds, seeks answers concerning the curse of Tempest Gate Cemetery, but she finds out more than she bargains for when she sits in the devil’s chair. Two entities need her for their own personal reasons, but only one will demand her heart.
Always and Forever by Cheryl Pierson –
At a children’s Halloween carnival, a Gypsy fortuneteller predicts a new love for both Cindy and Gage. When the two meet over a poorly carved pumpkin, love flickers to life and the stars begin to align. After all, Gage has been burned before and Cindy doesn’t believe in fortunes or second chances. Can the star-crossed pair put their faith in the love that was foretold?
Conceived in Darkness by Laura Shinn –
Orekon, a desperate Astovian prince, has three days to find a mate, become mated to her, and return to his world. Kathryn Schaffer is from Earth, a mild woman who plays in the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. The attraction for Orekon is immediate, but Kathryn is kept in the dark, literally. She must trust her instincts and feelings to make the most important decision of her life. Will she trust a complete stranger, even though her heart sings when she’s in his arms?
A Haunting Love by Rebecca J. Vickery –
Trudy decides she must have lost her mind by agreeing to house-sit a huge old Victorian during Halloween week. Lights switching on and odd noises lead to her meeting a certain, handsome police officer. The scare is almost worth a chance at love—until the ghost takes over on All Hallow’s Eve.