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Do you dream of having a dragon of your own? Then come meet the sexy Highlander Dragon Kings. Rachel Marek is intent to expose the Dragon Kings to the world – until she meets suave, daring Asher. As the truth is revealed to her, she finds she’s fallen for him. Now only Asher can save her from an enemy out to destroy them both.
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Winter Park is a darkly funny tale of two unlikely friends: Eric Swanson, a drug-addled philosopher from Colorado, and Harris Birdsong, an epileptic, synaesthetic savant from the deep south. At a rodeo camp in West Texas, each tries to outrun his troubled past, as their comic adventure belies a tragedy of racism, sexism, substance abuse, and murder. Winter Park is experimental literary fiction.
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Daniel Arroyo suffers relentless guilt over the death of his infant sister. When PTSD from a Vietnam left long ago forces Daniel to face what haunts him, he’s pulled back to the neighborhood of his youth, where old houses reveal tired secrets. “Corran Harrington is a gifted writer whose voice is like a gentle current moving you into unexpected landscapes.” —Roderick Clark, editor, Rosebud.
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Two a.m., you’re wide awake, you can’t sleep. Memories, conversations, faces churn above you in the dark. The ghosts hover – your lost love, your broken heart, your desperate desire.
The ghosts rise …
Welcome to The Next. Joanna falls in love with a much younger man. Ned leaves her in her hour of need, and the betrayal is so profound, her anger so deep, that Joanna the ghost sets out on a mission – to make Ned pay – so that she can finally let go of her pain and leave the world behind. Along the way, she reexamines the bonds of love for her daughters, her faithful dog and most importantly, the woman she once was.
I hope you enjoy reading my book as much as I enjoyed writing it! For a chance to win a copy of The Next, email Erica.Martirano@stmartins.com