Rainbow Heart

Rainbow Heart

K.E. Rodgers

Romance / Fiction

Kari Haldis is a true warrior with no equal.The Great War is over and it is time for she and her companions to return home.It is a return journey that she does not relish. When she stumbles upon a man, Aoalrikr Torvald, in the Black Woods, her encounter with the brave warrior will adjust her perspective on life forever.He is the one her father expected, but is Kari brave enough to accept her fate?Book One - The Legacy Series -The year is 1878, and the setting is Paris, France. It’s a place of privilege and comfort for the rich, but one of heartache and struggle for the poor. Upon the death of her father, a young girl named Suzette Rousseau, is thrown from the comforts of middle-class life into the terror of homelessness on the streets of Paris. Without family or friends, she struggles to survive in a city whose rich believes she’s nothing more than the scum of the earth that should be eradicated from society. Her journey takes her from the charity houses of St. Vincent de Paul, to the grueling life of a laundress, where she lives in squalor and filth. When her plight becomes unbearable, she is drawn like a fly into the enticing web of a sly spider, who offers her a life of luxury, comfort, and food -- but it will cost her a price. The mistress of the most famous brothel in all of France vies for Suzette’s virtue. Blackmailed into a life of prostitution, her virginity is sold to a handsome English Lord. His jaded character is put to the test, when he meets his purchase and begins to fall in love with her innocence. The Price of Innocence sets the stage for a life-long romance between a man and woman separated by class and circumstances. It's the first book in a series of three, entitled The Legacy Series. The newly released book two, The Price of Deception, is available now for those who care to discover the outcome of Suzette's decision and Robert's search for love.
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Life In Pause

Life In Pause

K.E. Rodgers

Romance / Fiction

The movements of life and the pauses in between are revealed in this short narrative. From the perspective of a single man,neither hero nor villain; he is like us. His story doesn't begin here and even with his last words his story continues beyond the words THE END. But this short blurb is enough for now. In this post-apocalyptic short are the revelations, not of humanity, but of a simple man.The Hunted is a Prequel Novella to the Blood Series Books starting with Blood of a Werewolf. As an added bonus the first ten and a half chapters of the first book are included with The Hunted. Devon and Blake have been running from hunters most of their adult lives. They're used to life on the run - so much so that they've got it down to a science. Meet our brother duo before they venture to California and meet up with their destinies in the shape of the O'Rielly sisters.
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Companion Guide (Grave Danger)

Companion Guide (Grave Danger)

K.E. Rodgers

Romance / Fiction

The supplement guide to the novel,Grave Danger. The historical,physiological beginnings of the Eidolon(ghost)and flesh-eater(zombie) as well as bios of all major and supportive characters. This is a helpful guide to this fictionized and paranormal world.Included is an excerpt from Dead End, the second installment in the series.In the year 2808 AD, eighteen year-old Amelia Hollow gets accepted into Starside Academy: the top United Systems of Mel naval academy. She is the first human to ever be accepted into such an elite academy as the human race is looked down upon by the USM... and because she has a huge ego she wants to shame the USM for doubting her.Amelia thought screwing over the academy was going to be a challenge, but saving the universe from a mad woman seemed like it was going to be a harder task.
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When Man-Made

When Man-Made

K.E. Rodgers

Romance / Fiction

Life within the dome is comfortable, secure and predictable.What lies on the outside is the unknown; the work of the other creator.Lara, a young woman on the verge of a bright future in her world is suddenly confronted by the very thing she fears, but is more than curious about. Two worlds collide in this sci-fi short where significant choices are made and long forgotten promises are fulfilled.Sixfold is an all-writer-voted journal. All writers who upload their manuscripts vote to select the highest-voted $1000 prize-winning manuscripts and all the short stories and poetry published in each issue.In Sixfold Poetry Winter 2014: Debbra Palmer | Bake Sale & other poemsAnn V. DeVilbiss | Far Away | Like a Mirror & other poemsMichael Fleming | On the Bus & other poemsHarold Schumacher | Dying To Say It & other poemsHeather Erin Herbert | Georgia’s Advent & other poemsSharron Singleton | Sonnet for Small Rip-Rap & other poemsBryce Emley | College Beer & other poemsHarry Bauld | On a Napkin & other poemsGeorge Mathon | Do You See Me Waving? & other poemsMariana Weisler | Soft Soap and Wishful Thinking & other poemsMichael Kramer | Nighthawks | Kaua’i & other poemsJill Murphy | Migration & other poemsCassandra Sanborn | Remnants & other poemsKendall Grant | Winter Love Note & other poemsDonna French McArdle | White Blossoms at Night & other poemsTom Freeman | On Foot | Joliet | Illinois & other poemsGeorge Longenecker | Nest & other poemsKimberly Sailor | The Bitter Daughter & other poemsRebecca Irene | Woodpecker & other poemsSavannah Grant | And Not As Shame & other poemsMichael Hugh Lythgoe | Titian Left No Paper Trail & other poemsMartin Conte | We’re Not There & other poemsA. Sgroi | Sore Soles & other poemsMiguel Coronado | Body-Poem & other poemsFranklin Zawacki | Experience Before Memory & other poemsTracy Pitts | Stroke & other poemsRachel A. Girty | Collapse & other poemsRyan Flores | Language Without Lies & other poemsMargie Curcio | Gravity & other poemsStephanie L. Harper | Painted Chickens & other poemsNicholas Petrone | Running Out of Space & other poemsDanielle C. Robinson | A Taste of Family Business & other poemsMeghan Kemp-Gee | A Rhyme Scheme & other poemsTania Brown | On Weeknights & other poemsJames Ph. Kotsybar | Unmeasured & other poemsMatthew Scampoli | Paddle Ball & other poemsJamie Ross | Not Exactly & other poemsContributor Notes
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