Lissa Gromley grew up in Niles, OH to Lorie Pierre and Joseph Gromley. She attended Full Sail University, earning her Master's Degree in Creative Writing. As a child, she wrote a variety of stories out of enjoyment that she shared with close friends and relatives. Today, she is bringing her novels to life to share with the world. She enjoys writing fantasy, sci-fi, romance, horror, and more.
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Super George: The Cocky Sockpuppet
by Lissa Gromley
George Stuffing was just a regular sockpuppet until one day he comes across a group of sockpuppets harassing Tattles, a pretty lady sockpuppet. Interfering into their business, he finds out that these harassing sockpuppets are cottoners deliberately sabotaging wool products with cotton to sell to consumers at a much higher price. George finds himself unable to stay away.
The Warriors: Crimson Chaos
by Lissa Gromley
Eight teenagers with powerful, supernatural abilities must undergo training by the eccentric mystic Chinook to wage war against Tutock, the god of evil before San Francisco falls into his hands permanently.
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The Gael and the Goddess
on Sep. 20, 2018
J.S Wayne brings entertainment in a delightfully sensual way. This story reminded me of many different things, including the scene from the Little Mermaid. At the same time, Amphichrale reminded me of an anime character, mainly those from anime such as Sailor Moon. I’ve enjoyed both, and I am particularly fond of anime, so it was a joy to read this. Add into the mix of a Scottish/Irish background, and a vivid description of an imaginary locale, and I was hooked.
The story follows Yemala, a sea goddess who needs to meet with Erecura, the earth goddess but soon finds herself delayed by the earthen folk, where she meets Liam, a fisherman who changes her just as much as she changes him, figuratively speaking. Each of them from different worlds, it is Yemala whose sea intelligence and knowledge is incomparable to her knowledge of the earth.
On earth, she is quite naive but learns well from Liam. The two become inseparable through not only their devotion and need for each other, of which can only be satisfied by fulfilling those needs. Add in a betrayer who is bent on destroying the town, and you’ve got yourself one heck of a story. J.S. combines a pleasurable mixture, and his novel The Gael and the Goddess, a romance erotica, is one of the best I’ve read. Highly recommended.