Kelly McClymer fell in love with Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Snow White as a child. Her most prized possession is her copy of The Complete Tales of the Brothers Grimm. These are the stories which gripped our ancestors as they huddled around the fire at night, which taught countless children to persevere through hardship and succeed against the odds. Her favorite fairytale remains “The Six Swans” — where a young sister must not speak a word for six years in order to save her brothers from their stepmother’s evil spell.
Kelly started out writing short science fiction, moved on to historical romance for a series of seven Victorian set romance novels following the unconventional Fenster siblings, and now writes Young Adult fantasy novels… and whatever else takes her authorial fancy.
Once Upon a Wedding
by Kelly McClymer
$0.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-4524-8229-3
She believes in fairy tale endings. He does not.
Miranda Fenster gave up on a happily-ever-after following a disastrous London season, but she is determined to help her brother regain his star-crossed love by convincing the impeccably proper Duke of Kerstone he was wrong to thwart their love match.
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-189-4
Can an ex ever turn out to be Mr. Right?
As an editor at a hip woman’s magazine, Diana Hudson is expected to spot mistakes and erase them. But when her boss discovers she’s been applying the same critical eye to her love life, she decides it’s time for Diana to re-edit her style manual for love.
A Romance Sampler from Book View Café
edited by Pati Nagle
$1.99 (Sampler) ISBN 978-1-61138-244-0
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‘Tis the season of romance…
Book View Café’s masters of romance offer a new selection of delectable tidbits to tantalize your taste for passion. Lovingly gathered into one convenient ebook, this array of samples from current romance and romantic novels by award-winning and bestselling writers is like a box of bon-bons. A sweet Regency delight, something dark and rich, a touch of the fantastic — which will you taste first?