Mt. Olympus Employment Agency: Muse #3
Wynter Greene has finally hit her groove. She’s back at work in the Muse department and doing a fantastic job. Her newly reunited family gives her a sense of belonging and self-confidence she’s never had before. And she hasn’t annihilated any romantic relationships in quite a while—mostly because she’s avoided them.
But if mythology teaches anything, it’s not to get cocky when the gods are listening.
Wynter’s clients have been taken away, replaced by a morose artist with an ominous deadline. And her grandmother’s crush on a mortal puts the goddess’s powers on the fritz, which places Phyllis the philodendron in danger. While Wynter’s busy trying to help everyone else, her own fear of heartbreak could destroy her chance at true love forever.
The Fates seem to be trying to tell her something. But is love really the answer to everything?
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Urban Fantasy/Romantic Suspense
Word Count: 37.2K
Bounty hunters by day. Superheroes by night.
Slone and Embrie have known each other since birth, and after crash landing on Earth, they know they are the last of their kind. Intergalactic refugees, and extremely young, they are discovered and taken in by an older couple who teach them how to survive and fit in.
With powers no human possesses, the two decide they should share their strengths with the world, and Falcon and Hawk are born. Saving lives is their calling and the right thing to do, but unfortunately it doesn’t pay the bills, so bounty hunting by day it is. Unfortunately, living a double life takes a toll on a person, superhuman or not, both physically and emotionally.
And with exhaustion comes mistakes.
So when Embrie is injured, leaving her weak and vulnerable, Slone must make the decision to expose who they are to save her life or lose his love forever.
Until a job from the past resurfaces, threatening to make that decision for him, as well as destroy everything they've sacrificed and worked for.
Warning! Contains a dozen red roses, a desire for Italian food, emergency surgery, a hostage crisis, a debt paid, a Level Four contagion, burning a candle at both ends, sonic booms, and two childhood friends who survive to become eternal lovers.
Veronica Scott visits the Everyday Fangirl Blog to talk about background on her Sectors short stories.
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On this past weekend's special feature, Joely Sue Burkhart shared an excerpt from Rose of Shanhasson: