Antonia Aquilante has been making up stories for as long as she can remember, and at the age of twelve, decided she would be a writer when she grew up. After many years and a few career detours, she has returned to that original plan. Her stories have changed over the years, but one thing has remained consistent - they all end in happily ever after.
She has a fondness for travel (and a long list of places she wants to visit and revisit), taking photos, family history, fabulous shoes, baking treats which she shares with friends and family, and of course reading. She usually has at least two books started at once and never goes anywhere without her Kindle. Though she is a convert to ebooks, she still loves paper books the best, and there are a couple thousand of them residing in her home with her.
Born and raised in New Jersey, she is living there again after years in Washington, DC, and North Carolina for school and work. She enjoys being back in the Garden State but admits to being tempted every so often to run away from home and live in Italy.
She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, the New Jersey Romance Writers, and the Rainbow Romance Writers.
Upon his return to Tournai, royal cousin Faelen wants nothing more than to build a quiet life surrounded by his family and his books. Maxen, second son of a wealthy merchant family, dreams of the day he can leave Tournai for travel and adventure. Neither of them expected to fall in love, but when magic goes awry and secrets are revealed, will their love remain?
Corentin is a scholar with a secret—he can turn into a dragon, and he isn’t alone in that ability. Lord Bastien, Earl of Ardesia, must find his parents’ murderer. As Corentin and Bastien become closer, so does the threat to Bastien’s life. Corentin must decide whether preserving his secret—and potentially his people’s safety—is more important than saving the man he loves.
Turn The Page.... is a diverse range of stories about the journey of love, hope, and acceptance. 11 authors donated their talent as a way to support Eroti-Quill’s hope for others, to help bring strength to programs that so desperately need funding. It will allow them to continue to help others, and to show those that need support but may not have it, or that may be afraid to reach out.