“Sparks fly when older advice columnist, Sadie Broward, meets the grandson of a publishing magnate from New York City. Jake Stark is sent by his grandfather Richard to the small town of Sweetwater, Tennessee to interview one of the candidates for a position in the family’s national publications. Sadie feels Jake is looking down his nose at her and her town. Jake inserts himself uninvited into her life. When she travels to New York City to meet the Board of Directors of Stark Publications she is unprepared for the adventures that follow. She meets Pepper Vandenberg, Jake’s purported fiancee to be. Is Jake using Sadie to make Pepper jealous or is there more to their passion than what happens in the bedroom? This is a story about chance encounters leading to unexpected liaisons. When Fate steps in, common sense flies out the window. A steamy romance from one of the author’s of “Carved Wooden Heart”.
Policewoman Peggy Ellen has secret – by night, she’s a caped vigilante, known as The Queen of Spades. Her city is crippled with crime thanks to the notorious gang, The House of Games.
When police Lieutenant Jack Malone, who’s also Peggy’s lover, gets too close to uncovering the truth behind this band of criminals, it’s up to The Queen of Spades to rescue him.
Can she save him in time, or will her rescue plans fold like a house of cards?
“Her parents are dead. The government has failed her. Now she doesn’t even know who she is. Terza Blackstone is rescued by handsome Irishman Tristan Devlin and that begins the search for her true identity. When everything you thought was yours has been stolen from you, there’s only one thing to do. Steal it all back. What do gypsies, the Witness Protection Program, a drug cartel, and a young girl running for her life have in common?”
Dragonfly Books is delighted to share news from Electric Eclectic Books. Two of our authors have novelettes with them. But in addition to Elizabeth Horton-Newton and Neil Douglas Newton, Electric Eclectic has an excellent selection of novelettes by many fine indie writers.
On April 10th author Paul White released his latest addition to their catalog, “A New Summer Garden”. This is a twisted tale of crime and revenge. Elizabeth has read and reviewed the book and you can get her opinion on her blog, Between the Beats.
Electric Eclectic releases new novelettes on the 10th and 20th of every month. These books only cost $1.00 US. Check out their website at:
“There are thousands of stories in Central City. Here are just a few of them from the mind of Adam C Mitchell, three hardboiled noir novellas and a gripping short, all following private eyes, detectives and crooks all set against the backdrop of the 1940’s…”