LOVE, ROMANCE, INTRIGUE, ADVENTURE: STORIES SHORT AND LONG
A brand-new series of books in print, each containing short stories.
First of the Coffee Break Collections, That Christmas Feeling includes two new tales to celebrate the season.
In Heaven and Earth, Fateful Attractions, In the Fast Lane, and On Top of the World are also available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Click the photo to see the series on my Books page.
The shield that protects the kingdom has weakened; the Queen has suddenly died; the powerful cup of the coronation has vanished: Now, the heir to the throne of the magical realm of Albesh must find the Chalice of Forever before Hell breaks loose to threaten her people.
Available in digital and print formats.
Click The Chalice of Forever photo to read excerpt.
Roger Brunt, author: I have read your book with great interest…I say well done and congratulations. (Propositions and Proposals)
Judge, 25th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards: Good title–nice play on Austen. The cover is too plain, however. It needs a stronger image to latch on to…The descriptions of setting are lush…You have an ear for dialects and turns of phrase…You do an excellent job of navigating the long Victorian sentences. They can be rather treacherous…Quite an action scene at p. 231. Well described. (Propositions and Proposals print edition)
ST: Wonderful twin Regency Romance novellas! Engaging, fast-paced page-turners. I highly recommend Allison’s writing–we have five of her books at Renfrew Public Library! (Propositions and Proposals)
Anonymous: My favourite Canadian author
AS: 5 stars (Propositions and Proposals)
SJ: It was wonderful! I just finished it…LOVED it. (Propositions and Proposals)
SJ: I really like this one. (Worlds Apart)
SJ: I really liked “Comes a Pale Horse.”
SP: Can’t wait. Can’t wait. [for the sequel to Propositions and Proposals]
SMP: Well I just finished your book and once again loved it. Both storylines were awesome and always wanting me to read on! (Fates and Furies)
SP: I’m really enjoying “The Chalice.”
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Further, I must thank all who read my books. You make the effort worthwhile.