EOS – Originally published as part of the Easter Promises Anthology
For readers of Natasha Lester and Kate Quinn, comes an exciting new voice to historical fiction.
They will fly and die for their country, but will be forgotten from the pages of history…
Rosamund Winter is the darling of the Warner Brothers lot and has worked hard to get there. But now that the US is at war she wants to do more than serve food to soldiers. When she is invited to become a WASP she jumps at the chance to serve her country and use her skills as a pilot. But then Rosamund breaks the rules and falls in love, and when her plane goes missing in the darkness of war everyone asks, what happened to Rosamund Winter?
EASTER PROMISES- AN HISTORICAL ANTHOLOGY – PAPERBACK
Four remarkable women. Four unforgettable stories of hope, courage, faith and love.
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EASTER PROMISES – AN HISTORICAL ANTHOLOGY -EBOOK
THE HUNT FOR SCARLETT O’HARA
Ever since the American civil war classic Gone With The Wind was published in 1936, and film producer David O’Selznick bought the rights, everyone was asking, who will play Scarlett O’Hara?
Years go by and the film studio still doesn’t have its lead. Enter little known English actress, Vivien Leigh, and the rest as they say, is history… this short story is based on real events, and the fateful night Selznick met his Scarlett.
You know those perfect, wonderful days where everything goes right, and you just wish you could hit pause and be happy forever? Well, this is not a story about one of those days.
This is a day where Jane should have stayed in bed.
She certainly didn’t plan on running into an ex looking the way she does and she didn’t plan on giving the old man next door a heart attack, but that’s just about how this day is turning out.
A short story about the bad days, that make even the most mundane days seem good.
HAPPILY, EVER AFTER? – EBOOK
What if an app guaranteed happiness? What is if that app delivered your dream man, but your happily ever after wasn’t what you thought it would be…
When you have your life mapped out, expect the unexpected…
Emma Reynolds knows what she wants: ace year 12, get into the Victorian College of the Arts then join a dance company and become a professional dancer like her Mum. It’s the beginning of the year and Emma has her last year of school and her future mapped out, with the opinion that nothing will get in her way.
When her long time crush Daniel finally notices her, Emma thinks her life can’t get any better but already her perfectly planned year is falling apart. She starts her first job teaching dance where she meets Riley, an arrogant circus performer student who always seems to be in the right place at the right time.
Emma is on track to making her dreams a reality, until an event changes her and those around her lives forever. Nothing will ever be the same and she questions everything she thought she wanted. With family pressure to be the best, torn between two boys who couldn’t be more different and a future very different from the one she had hoped for, what and who will she choose?
Sometimes, the best laid plans, are not the best plans for you.
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