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Australia A Romance Anthology by Penny Reid
A romance anthology with over THIRTY original, never-before-seen stories from bestselling and award-winning authors. Each piece was written for this anthology to benefit firefighters and wildlife in Australia. AUSTRALIA is only available for a limited time, so one-click your copy before it's gone. AUTHORS INCLUDE: Penny Reid, Meredith Wild, Carly Phillips, Sierra Simone, Emma Scott, Susan Stoker, Kennedy Ryan, Willow Aster, Skye Warren, Kylie Scott, Aleatha Romig, Willow Winters, AL Jackson, Julia Kent, Rebecca Yarros, Tijan, Giana Darling, Emma Hart, Chelle Bliss, Noelle Adams, A. Zavarelli, Jenika Snow, Dylan Allen, Audrey Carlan, Robin Covington, Mary Catherine Gebhard, Melanie Moreland, Parker S. Huntington, Nana Malone, Jewel E. Ann, Annabel Joseph, Celia Aaron, Michelle Heard, Brighton Walsh, Tamsen Parker, Pam Godwin, Kayti McGee All royalties from this project will be donated to relief funds in Australia, with 50% going to a firefighter charity and 50% going to a wildlife charity. We aren't affiliated or endorsed by these charities. We are simply authors who want to support an important cause.
The Anthology Of Colonial Australian Romance Fiction by Ken Gelder
The Anthology of Colonial Australian Romance Fiction collects captivating stories of love and passion, longing and regret. In these tales women arriving in the New World make decisions about relationships and marriage, social conventions, finances and career—and even the future of the nation itself. The 'slim and graceful' Australian girl becomes a new character type: independent, self-possessed and full of promise. These stories also show women gaining experience about the world, and the men, around them. They are put to the test by a new life and a new place. And not every relationship works out well. The best of colonial Australian romance fiction is collected in this anthology, from writers such as Ada Cambridge, Rosa Praed, Francis Adams, Henry Lawson, Mura Leigh and many others.
Essentially Australian Romance Anthology by Melissa Bell
12 Australian Authors J. M. Adele Gemma Arlington Melissa Bell Alidiana DeVoss J. J. Jarrett. Kay Maree Ann Mickan Kam Newton Jefferey Rafter Jasmina Siderovski. Nathan Stacey J. Thiele Essentially Australian Romance Anthology Essentially - [Adverb] Used to emphasize the basic, fundamental, or intrinsic nature of a person or thing. We are Essentially a group of Australian Authors who have come together to introduce the world to some of the best independently published writers Australia has to offer. The stories contained in this anthology are basically of a romantic undertone and they vary in levels of heat. Therefore, we hope there will be a little of something between the covers for everyone. We know, as a group, we have discovered many of our favourite authors through reading anthologies such as this one. We hope you do too.
Australia by Skye Warren
A romance anthology with over THIRTY original, never-before-seen stories from bestselling and award-winning authors. Each piece was written for this anthology to benefit firefighters and wildlife in Australia. AUSTRALIA is only available for a limited time, so one-click your copy before it's gone. AUTHORS INCLUDE: Penny Reid, Meredith Wild, Carly Phillips, Sierra Simone, Emma Scott, Susan Stoker, Kennedy Ryan, Willow Aster, Skye Warren, Kylie Scott, Aleatha Romig, Willow Winters, AL Jackson, Julia Kent, Rebecca Yarros, Nana Malone, Giana Darling, Emma Hart, Chelle Bliss, Noelle Adams, A. Zavarelli, Jenika Snow, Dylan Allen, Kayti McGee, Robin Covington, Mary Catherine Gebhard, Melanie Moreland, Parker S. Huntington, Nana Malone, Jewel E. Ann, Annabel Joseph, Celia Aaron, Michelle Heard, Brighton Walsh, Tamsen Parker, Pam Godwin, Kayti McGee All royalties from this project will be donated to relief funds in Australia, with 50% going to a firefighter charity and 50% going to a wildlife charity. We aren't affiliated or endorsed by these charities. We are simply authors who want to support an important cause.
How The Dukes Stole Christmas by Tessa Dare
From the ballrooms of London, to abandoned Scottish castles, to the snowy streets of Gilded Age New York, four bestselling authors whip up unforgettable Christmas romance. “Meet Me in Mayfair” by Tessa Dare Louisa Ward needs a Christmas miracle. Unless she catches a wealthy husband at the ball, the Duke of Thorndale will evict her family from their home. When Louisa finds herself waltzing with the heartless Thorndale, she’s unnerved by his handsome looks—and surprising charm. “The Duke of Christmas Present” by Sarah MacLean Rich and ruthless, Eben, Duke of Allryd doesn’t care for the holidays. But when Lady Jacqueline Mosby returns to town after a long absence, Eben falls under the spell of Christmas—and the woman he never stopped loving. “Heiress Alone” by Sophie Jordan When Annis Bannister finds herself stranded in the Highlands during a Christmas snowstorm, she must fend off brigands terrorizing the countryside. Her only hope falls on her neighbor, a surly hermit duke who unravels her with a kiss. “Christmas in Central Park” by Joanna Shupe Mrs. Rose Walker pens a popular advice/recipe column. No one knows Rose can’t even boil water. When her boss, Duke Havemeyer, insists she host a Christmas party, Rose must find a husband, an empty mansion, and a cook. But Rose fears her plan is failing—especially when Duke’s attentions make her want to step under the mistletoe with him.
Rising From The Ashes by Ann Gimpel
Love will always rise. Rising From the Ashes is a Charity Anthology and a labor of love. All proceeds will go directly to Australia’s State Emergency Relief Fund and WIRES, an Australian Wildlife Information, Rescue, and Education Service. We’ve assembled a delectable collection of amazing romance and fantasy by New York Times, USA Today, and other bestselling authors. We hail from many countries, and we’ve joined together to help Australia recover from its devastating fires. Everything from stories to cover art to formatting has been donated. This limited-edition anthology includes fantasy and romances of all genres, with hot men and strong women. Every single book proves love and perseverance and grit really do conquer all. Thanking you in advance for your kindness and generosity supporting Rising From the Ashes. You’ll find some new-to-you authors that will make your day. Featuring books from: Angie Fox Ann Gimpel Brandy Wilson Candice Gilmer Dawn Montgomery J.K. Harper Jessica Marting Kate Richards Lauren Dawes Lisa B. Kamps Liza Street Marie Long Melissa Snark Michele Bardsley Renee George RJ Blain Russell Nohelty Skye MacKinnon Tasha Black Traci Hilton Victoria Pinder Cover art donated by Fiona Jayde Media
An Atlas Of Love by Anuja Chauhan
Have you ever loved so much that it hurt? Has love found you even when you didn't go looking for it? Can love be timeless, forgiving and everlasting? An Atlas of Love, edited by celebrated bestselling author Anuja Chauhan, is an anthology of romantic shorts that daringly explores the many guises of romance, from its purest form to its darkest depths. 'Phoenix Mills' takes you through a young man's anguished quest for love; 'Post-Coital Cigarette' makes you flinch at a married man's interpretation of love; and 'Jilted' shows you that love can also be courageous. You will find yourself in the middle of a torrid liaison in 'The Affair', revel in the euphoria of budding romance in 'Just One Glance' and discover what it means to let go of your loved one in 'The Impasse'. Love can also be brutal and unconventional as 'The Unseen Boundaries of Love' and 'Something about Karen' will show you. But most of all, as 'Death of a Widower' and 'Siddharth' show, you will see that love is all about hope and taking the leap of faith. Selected from a nationwide Romance Contest conducted by Rupa Publications, this heart-warming collection of stories urges you to believe that love is eternal...and forever.
Sea Of Ruin by Pam Godwin
Bennett Sharp is on the run. Wanted for piracy, she fears neither God nor death nor man. Except Priest Farrell. The unfaithful, stormy-eyed libertine hunts her with terrifying possessiveness. Nothing will stop him from coming for her. Not his unforgivable betrayal. Not when she’s captured by the ice-cold pirate hunter, Lord Ashley Cutler. She must escape Ashley’s prison and Priest’s deceit. But can she walk away from their twisted desires? Two gorgeous captains stand on opposite sides of the law. When they collide in a battle to protect her, the lines blur between enemies and lovers. Passion heats, secrets unravel, and hearts entangle until they break. Can love prevail in the sea of ruin? Contains: pirates, Caribbean, British literature, dark historical romance, American colonies, American history, Golden Age of Piracy, action and adventure, alpha male, anti-hero, dark romance
The Anthology Of Colonial Australian Gothic Fiction by Ken Gelder
Grisly corpses, ghostly women and psychotic station-owners populate an unforgiving landscape that is the stuff of nightmares. These compelling stories are the dark underside to the usual story of colonial progress, promise and nation-building, and reveal the gothic imagination that lies at the heart of Australian fiction. This anthology collects the best examples of colonial Australian gothic short stories by authors such as Marcus Clarke, Hume Nisbet, Henry Lawson and Katherine Susannah Prichard, among others.
Australian Literature by Phyllis Fahrie Edelson
Spanning more than a century, Australian Literature crystallizes a spirit, style, and ethos found nowhere else in world literature. These captivating selections in Australian Literature come from major voices, both famous and lesser known, and encompass short stories, memoirs, novels and aboriginal writings. Resonant or wryly witty, charming or disturbing, they explore themes deeply rooted in the Australian experience—shaping the land, the legacies of the convict past, the displacement of the aborigine, the search for a national identity, sex, love, and commitment. Including these stories: “The Drover’s Wife” by Henry Lawson “The Chosen Vessel” by Barbara Baynton “The Loaded Dog” by Henry Lawson From The Tree of Man by Patrick White “The Night We Watched for Wallabies” by Steele Rudd “A Gentleman’s Agreement” by Elizabeth Jolley “Northern Belle” by Thea Astley “The Cooboo” by Katharine Susannah Prichard From Dr. Wooreddy’s Prescription for Enduring the Ending of the World by Colin Johnson “Going Home” by Archie Weller From Wanamurraganya: The Story of Jack McPhee by Sally Morgan “Breaking a Man’s Spirit” by Marcus Clarke “Absalom Day’s Promotion” by Price Warung “The First Days” by A. B. Facey “In the Trenches” by A. B. Facey From The Merry-Go-Round in the Sea by Randolph Stow “The Kyogle Line” by David Malouf “American Dreams” by Peter Carey “Willy-wagtails by Moonlight” by Patrick White “A Good Marriage” by Olga Masters “Civilization and Its Discontents” by Helen Garner “The Train Will Shortly Arrive” by Frank Moorhouse “Two Hanged Women” by Henry Handel Richardson “Brown Seaweed and Old Fish Nets” by Christina Stead “The Woman at the Window” by Marian Eldridge “A Woman with Black Hair” by Beverley Farmer “Blood and Water” by Tim Winton