Cupid is visiting Bluewater Bay, and he's leaving chaos in his wake.
Nothing's been the same in this sleepy little logging town since Hollywood came to shoot the hit TV show Wolf's Landing - especially Valentine's Day.
In L.A. Witt's "Just Another Day", beloved actors Levi Pritchard and Carter Samuels have an announcement for their fans, while in Z.A. Maxfield's "I'll Be There", actor Spencer Kepler and his boyfriend Nash Holly brave a blizzard and a fan convention to spend their first February the 14th together.
Of course, it's not just TV stars celebrating the day. In Anne Tenino's "Helping Hand", an aspiring artist eager to escape Bluewater Bay decides he just might have a reason to stay: lust-inspiring logger Gabriel Savage. In SE Jakes's "No Easy Way", a local teacher reconnects with an old lover working security on the film set. And in Amy Lane's "Nascha", a Bluewater Bay elder recalls how his own unconventional family used to celebrate the holiday.
Real life may be nothing like TV, but when Cupid comes to town, there's plenty of romance and drama to go around.
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Engaging, Passionate Variety of Romances
Most definitely! I love this series for bringing together many talented authors writing about a small town setting and a variety of situations. This anthology is a good showcase and chance to catch up with some and set up others.
I will say that this should be read/listiened to in order to get the most out of it.
Oh boy, that is tough. I'm going to go with Nash Holly from ZA Maxfield's I'll Be There, but he barely edges out Nascha from Amy Lane's Nascha. Nash has a splendid dry wit, but he's sweet and protective, too. Nascha (oops, just noticed that both picks are names with 'N') was an old man who had really lived, but is now vulnerable and sad that he is a burden to his loved ones.
The answer to this one is pretty much the same as the above question.
But I will add that no matter that even if it was characters that didn't do it for me, the narration for both these audio actors was fantastic and spot on. Nick J. Russo read four of the five and his voice worked for an old man liked Nascha to a young guy like Anne Tenino's Lucas.
Ugh, this is not my talent, but okay,
Love on Valentine's Day Comes in Many Ways and Form!
As I mentioned earlier, this anthology works best when read in order as two stories are follow ups and two more are set-ups for the stories immediately following.
I received this book from Riptide Publishing in exchange for an honest review.
- Sophia Rose "Reviewer for Delighted Reader Blog"
Some cute stories, some very hard... strange mix
- Morgan A Skye