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Six Award-Winning Authors have contributed new stories to A Timeless Romance Anthology: Spring Vacation Collection. Readers will love this collection of six sweet contemporary romance novellas, centered on a Spring Vacation, all with one thing in common: Romance.

In Moonlight Kiss, a delightful story by Josi S. Kilpack, Sarah is looking forward to the company retreat, namely because she’ll finally meet Clint—the man she’s been Instant Messaging for a few months. As a single mom, Sarah gets out . . . well, never. So adding vacation days onto the retreat so she can spend time with Clint is daring, yet exciting. She just hopes that the suave on-line Clint will live up to the man she hopes to share her heart with.

In Annette Lyon’s charming novella, Chasing Tess, Tess had been patiently waiting through three years of law school for James to pop the question. The night has finally arrived—at his graduation party. But his big announcement turns out to be completely unexpected . . . and devastating. Tess flees the party, promising herself she’ll never let herself waste time on James again. But as she makes a desperate cross-country drive, James makes his own plans on how to win her back.

Dancing at the Flea Market is a sweet romance by Heather Justesen. Mara, fresh out of the cold North Dakota tundra, spends her spring break in Texas with close friend, Anna. When the two women run into Carter, an impatient man with a painful past, it takes hearing Mara’s stunning voice at the local Karaoke club to thaw his heart. But as Mara gets to know Carter, she has to decide if the distance between their lives and homes is worth trying to bridge.

In Sarah M. Eden’s captivating novella, The Best Laid Plans, Madison gives up a vacation to Cancún with her office friends to return home and babysit her mother, who is in another sketchy relationship. The only problem with returning home is running into Derek, her ex-boyfriend who she decided to break up with before he could break up with her—Madison believes in always being one step ahead. When Derek teams up with Madison to investigate whether her mother is dating the right guy, Madison has a hard time ignoring what her heart is telling her about giving Derek another chance.

Picture Perfect, an exciting story by Heather B. Moore, follows Gemma who has never done anything out of the ordinary, until her boyfriend Randy starts to ignore her. But even cutting and dyeing her hair doesn’t get his attention. She decides to join her old high school friends for spring vacation, only to be faced with Drew, her best friend who suddenly seems interested in her as more than a friend. Gemma must determine if her heart is on the rebound or if it’s finally met its true match.

In Aubrey Mace’s enchanting romance, The Science of Sentiment, Rosie will do anything to forget Kevin, his completely perfect kisses, and the fact that he dumped her. When she arrives at her grandfather’s mountain cabin for a spring getaway, she discovers her worst nightmare—Kevin has been invited to stay the weekend too. Since there is only room for one in such a small space, Rosie is determined to kick Kevin out. But Kevin has other plans . . . which might include a reminder of why he’s the perfect kisser.

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Title: Spring Vacation (A Timeless Romance Anthology)

Author: Heather B. Moore, Aubrey Mace, Heather Justesen, Sarah M. Eden, Josi S. Kilpack, Annette Lyon

Publisher: Mirror Press

Release Date: January 31, 2013

ASIN: B00B7TN8IE

Size: 260 pages, ebook

Genre: Contemporary Romance

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Fourteen-year-old Sonja has always known there is a God who loves her. But when you spend your life on the road with the carnival, traveling the country in a tiny caravan home, it’s hard to imagine a normal, churchgoing life.

Everything changes when Sonja meets two Mormon missionaries. Even though her parents don’t approve, her brothers and sisters taunt her, and her whole life is on the move, Sonja can’t help how she feels. Now she’ll have to choose between the carnival and her convictions, between her family and her faith.

Based on a true story.

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Title: Carnival Girl

Author: Sonja Herbert

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: June 12, 2012

ISBN: 978-1599559964

Size: 216 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical; Memoir


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With All My Love, Misty by Misty DiLello Covington

May 31, 2012
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He comes from a dysfunctional home where the brothers were involved with violence and drug use. She comes from a supportive, loving family environment. Both are Mormons. Both served missions for their church. She works in a drug rehab facility as a counselor. He comes to the facility on a court-ordered drug rehab program. It […]

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Pied & Prodigious by D.M. Andrews

April 19, 2012
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‘It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a man in possession of a wife, must be in want of a good fortune.’ There is much excitement in Longlawn when two men with tall hats enter the district. Mothers buy new dresses for their daughters, fathers polish up on their fencing skills, and Mr Bayonet tackles […]

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Dominant Traits by Eric Freeze

March 16, 2012

Enslaved by their own fears, the characters in this riveting collection are straining for redemption. Their choices reflect the well-worn patterns we carve for ourselves through our idiosyncrasies—our dominant traits. A basketball coach teaches moral ambiguity; a divorce clutches at sanity; a mother struggles with her son’s paternity; a childless man regrets his youthful onanism. […]

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Tell Me Who I Am: Stories of Faith, Family, and Identity by DeNae Handy, et al

February 23, 2012

Tell Me Who I Am is a collection of stories and essays depicting everyday life for sixteen LDS writers. Told with humor and sensitivity, these stories offer a glimpse into a religious culture that is alternately criticized, admired, and misunderstood. While dogma may define a people, it’s individual stories that ultimately tell us who we […]

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The Book of Mormon Girl: Stories from an American Faith by Joanna Brooks

January 26, 2012

Every Mormon girl has a story to tell. This groundbreaking memoir brings you into one of America’s most fascinating but least understood religious traditions. With humor, tenderness, and honesty, The Book of Mormon Girl reveals what it’s like to grow up in a world where angels stand at our bedsides and ancestors know our names, […]

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Out of the Picture and Into the Picture by Ilyan Kei Lavanway

January 23, 2012

  One thing leads to another as we weave our lives into the tapestry of eternity. An actual event inspires a painting, which in turn inspires a story, which in turn inspires a sequel involving another painting. Paintings have two sides. One of those sides is not the back of the canvas. Worlds overlap. Time […]

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Totally Cliché by Mormon Mommy Writers

December 15, 2011

Title: Totally Cliché Author: Mormon Mommy Writers (Kasey Tross, Debra Efert, Cathy Witbeck & More) Publisher: Mormon Mommy Writers Release Date: December 8, 2011 ISBN: 978-1468024753 Size: 160 pages, 6×9, paperback Genre: Short Story Collection Read excerpt What do an escaped convict, a vampire, a zombie, and Prince Charming all have in common? They are […]

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Wasatch by Douglas Thayer

November 24, 2011

Title: Wasatch: Mormon Stories and a Novella Author: Douglas Thayer Publisher: Zarahemla Books Release Date: November 19, 2011 ISBN: 978-0984360345 Size: 246 pages, 5.5×8.5, paperback Genre: Short stories Read excerpt Douglas Thayer’s third collection presents a dozen of his career-best stories, including several that have never before appeared in print. Wasatch is the next chapter […]

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Lost December by Richard Paul Evans

November 12, 2011

Title: Lost December Author: Richard Paul Evans Publisher: Simon & Schuster Release Date: November 1, 2011 ISBN: 978-1451628005 Size: 368 pages, 5×7, hardcover Genre: General/Christmas Read excerpt “It has been said that sometimes the greatest hope in our lives is just a second chance to do what we should have done right in the first […]

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The Snow Angel by Glenn Beck

October 27, 2011

Title: The Snow Angel Author: Glenn Beck Publisher: Threshold Editions Release Date: October 25, 2011 ISBN: 978-1439187203 Size: 288 pages, 5×7, hardcover Genre: General, Christmas Read excerpt The woman in the picture was so young she looked like a child. Her hair was loose, eyes wide, blue T-shirt stark against the pale lines of arching […]

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Jacob T. Marley by R. William Bennett

October 20, 2011

Title: Jacob T. Marley Author: R. William Bennett Publisher: Shadow Mountain Release Date: October 12, 2011 ISBN: 978-1590383513 Size: 192 pages, 5×7, hardcover Genre: General, Christmas Read excerptView trailer Marley was dead to begin with . . . These chillingly familiar words begin the classic Christmas tale of remorse and redemption in A Christmas Carol […]

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Carving Angels by Diane Stringham Tolley

September 17, 2011

Title: Carving Angels Author: Diane Stringam Tolley Publisher: Cedar Fort Release Date: September 8, 2011 ISBN: 978-1599559445 Size: 128 pages, hardcover Genre: Christmas Read excerpt Papa Adam, the North Pole’s oldest elf and Santa’s former chief carver, has given up. Blind, frail, and useless, he counts the minutes in every day as he waits to […]

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