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Thursday, November 6, 2014

Return to Emerald City

Return to Emerald City
by Allyson Lindt & Sofia Grey



Return to Emerald City

A Collection of Sci-fi Romance Novellas Inspired by The Wizard of Oz

Dorothy’s Red Shoes

There’s no place like home… Dorothy is already feeling homesick for Emerald City, and wonders if taking a job halfway around the world was a mistake. When her love life crumbles–again–will she run for home?

His Replay Girl

If he only had the nerve… Ten years ago, Quinn made the best choice of his life, and the biggest mistake. It’s true, his band, Lionheart, is one of the biggest in the world, but how much does it mean if he can’t tell the woman he loves how he feels?

His Reboot Girl

If only he had a brain… Scott woke up with his head spinning and not much else going on up there. Now he’s a suspect in a terrorist plot, and on the run. One woman insists she's the key to his past and his freedom. Too bad he doesn't remember her.

His Rewind Girl

If he only had a heart.... Cam is as much machine as man. There are days he loathes the CyGes implants that saved his life but couldn't do the same for his family. They replaced his limbs, but now he needs someone to mend his heart.

The last decade of Camden’s life flashed before his eyes, one year at a time. Ten years of grief and lies.

“I’m sorry sir; we couldn’t save her. Her daughter either.”

He slammed back a shot of vodka, and poured himself another.

“CyGes deeply regrets your loss. While we know nothing can bring back your family, we hope the implants will make your life better.”

The implants made it hard to get drunk, and that was about all they’d done. At least the bartender had left the bottle. Camden knocked back another swallow and refilled the glass.

“Your body is accepting most of the implants well, but more of your organic tissue is deteriorating.”

He gave up on the glass, and downed the booze straight from the bottle. At first, it had just been his legs and one arm. Then his spine. And several of his organs. Until he was more machine than man. Not that most people could tell.

And he was supposed to be grateful for it—this second chance at life. This empty existence, made possible by the very company that had killed his sister and niece a decade ago. Three-hundred and sixty-four days a year, he let it roll off him. But he always took the anniversary of the accident to mourn, dwell on what could have been, and honor their memory. And this year he had even more of a reason to do so.


AUTHOR Bio and Links:

About Sofia Grey:

Romance author Sofia Grey spends her days managing projects in the corporate world and her nights hanging out with wolf shifters and alpha males. She devours pretty much anything in the fiction line, but she prefers her romances to be hot, and her heroes to have hidden depths. When writing, she enjoys peeling back the layers to expose her characters’ flaws and always makes them work hard for their happy endings.

About Allyson Lindt:

Allyson Lindt is a full-time geek and a fuller-time contemporary romance author. She prefers that her geeky heroes come with the alpha expansion pack and adores a heroine who can hold her own in a boardroom. She loves a sexy happily-ever-after and helping deserving cubicle dwellers find their futures together.

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Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

Andra Lyn said...

An excellent blurb! Makes me wanna read it right now!

Allyson Lindt said...

Thanks for hosting us today!

And thanks, Andra! I hope you have a chance to check out the full collection :D

Rita said...

I like the blurb.

MomJane said...

Loved the blurb and thought the cover was beautiful.

Elaine Cantrell said...

Thanks for coming to my blog.

Mary Preston said...

I enjoyed the excerpt.