Destiny Interrupted

Destiny Interrupted

Nicole Murphy

Science Fiction & Fantasy / Romance / Short Stories

Elizabeth had never been in a mansion like this one. Imported Italian marble. Stunning fountains. But it was nothing to the heart-stopping emotion which swept through her when she first laid eyes on Robert. Across the swirling waltzers at the masked ball, she had been caught by his gaze and held fast. The way his hands held hers as they danced. The rich resonance of his voice. And something ...Elizabeth had never been in a mansion like this one. Imported Italian marble. Stunning fountains. But it was nothing to the heart-stopping emotion which swept through her when she first laid eyes on Robert. Across the swirling waltzers at the masked ball, she had been caught by his gaze and held fast. The way his hands held hers as they danced. The rich resonance of his voice. And something about those tawny eyes ...A moment alone by the fountains of the Fates, a movement ...Elizabeth blinks into awareness - and her world will never be the same.Destiny Interrupted is Book 1 of a gently cliffhangered short story series which is being written one-a-day from April 1 through April 30, 2015. The sequence will lead up to a happily ever after ending. From Renaissance Venice to troubled Scotland, from the Civil War to the Wild West, Elizabeth and Robert find and re-find each other. The series is clean romance and is suitable for all ages. Half of all author's proceeds benefit battered women's shelters.I would love your input as I'm writing these - it's your suggestions which will help guide the direction the story moves in!
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Kenyon and Nami

Kenyon and Nami

Nicole Murphy

Science Fiction & Fantasy / Romance / Short Stories

NOTE: THIS STORY CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR THE DREAM OF ASARLAI TRILOGYKenyon Audley doesn't care much about his secret gadda heritage, preferring to travel the world searching for the perfect wave. In Japan, he finds a different kind of perfection but his chance at happiness could be ruined by the demands of the gadda.NOTE: THIS STORY CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR THE DREAM OF ASARLAI TRILOGYKenyon Audley doesn't care much about his secret gadda heritage, preferring to travel the world searching for the perfect wave. In Japan, he finds a different kind of perfection but his chance at happiness could be ruined by the demands of the gadda.Story is told through a series of letters, written 30 years ago. The book contains two versions - one with just the letters, the other a full story as Dream of Asarlia favourite Hampton Rourke reads the letters.Published as a thankyou to all the people who read and loved the trilogy.
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