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Episode I: Hercules' Lost Labour
Sexy Time Travel...
Episode I of the Vanishing World series. Mallory Keen’s love interest, Schultz K. Rowland, is more than disappointing. Having broken their dates more than once, by texts no less, she’s less than thrilled when he shows up on her doorstep offering one last opportunity. Still, he is a cute scientist and she’s always liked him.
Schultzie knows he's not the he-man of anyone's fantasies. But Mallory is different. Totally against the rules, he invites her to accompany him to his place of employment. An old Mansion converted into a private laboratory. And as long as his boss never learns she’s been there? Hey, no problem.
But Mallory’s curiosity gets the better of her. Sneaking into a locked room, finds herself tumbling back in time.
NOTE: This short story is an episodic adventure. The ending is a cliffhanger.
The next two episodes are available on Kindle Vella
The Wronged Princess
1 shy sister, 1 angry sister, 1 feisty sister, 1 confused prince, 1 evil stepmother. Welcome to the real fairy tale.
Finding his mysterious princess by trying her glass slipper on every maiden in Chalmers Kingdom sounded like a brilliant scheme until the silly thing slid quite easily on the foot of the wrong girl. Now Prince Charming is betrothed to one batting-eyed girl without means of an escape.
Cinderella is devastated when her shoe fits one of her evil stepsisters. 'Tis an unfair twist of fate. Was she destined to a indentured life forever? But little do Cinderella and Prince Charming realize that his mother, the queen, and her twin sister (Cinderella's infamous fairy godmother), leap on the opportunity to teach Prince, impulsive decisions do not a future king make!
"Sweetly Enchanting." – Double Rita Nominee, Amanda McCabe
"The timeless Cinderella tale travels in a whole new direction." Silver James - Two time IDA Winner
"A delightful twist on a classic fairy tale." Award winn
Enchanting the Earl: Rebel Lords of London (AMZ)
Having a London Season is not all it’s cracked up to be, as Lady Lorelei quickly finds when attending her first ball. The lights are too hot, the corsets too tight. It’s enough to make one faint.
Thorne Gray, the earl of Kimpton, has no interest in debutantes, but what the devil is he supposed to do when one swoons at his feet? He catches her before she hits the floor, of course. An intriguing performance to be sure.
But a scheming and powerful aunt determined to see her niece settled before her death threatens Lorelei’s opportunity to enchant the man of her choosing.