With Valentine's Day on the horizon, the stores are filled with heart shaped treats of the sugar and chocolate varieties. Why not add a few to your ereader as well?
BE MY HERO is a 6-story bundle of Valentine stories by 6 different artists - like a box of truffles each with a different flavor, each satisfying in its own way. Each story is named after a certain heart shaped candy saying but that's where the similarities end. At $5.99, that's less than a dollar a story...
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About the Book:
3 Wishes by Peggy Jaeger
Valentine’s Day is Chloe San Valentino’s
birthday. Her birthday wish list for the perfect man: he’d fall in love
with her in a heartbeat, he’d be someone who cares about people, and
he’d have one blue eye and one green eye, just like her. So far, Chloe’s
fantasy man hasn’t materialized, but this year for her big 3-0
birthday, she just might get her three wishes.
Say Yes by Katie O'Sullivan
Malone has trouble saying no. Hosting a children’s Valentine party at
her recently renovated gallery is the last straw, and the last time she
intends to say yes to anything. That is, until she meets Ben.
Phillips’ life has been empty since his wife died, his paintings the
only thing giving him solace. Can he convince Darby to give him a chance
– and to consider him for more than just a place on her gallery walls?
Will she give him a place in her heart as well?
You & Me by Stephanie Kepke
Alex Spencer has given up on love. Her life revolves around her
daughter, sixteen-year-old Josie, even if Josie wants nothing to do with
But with Valentine’s Day looming, Alex’s former high school
sweetheart, Billy Leibowitz, has been invading her thoughts. Now Candy
Hearts are arriving in the mail. Is Billy sending the Candy Hearts? Will
this finally be her chance at happily ever after?
One Kiss by Misty Simon
last place Lorena Weber wants to be on Valentine's Day is a singles
party. She'll give it an hour —two, tops. But she didn't plan on seeing
the one man who had turned her world on its side New Year's Eve.
Manning got coerced into attending this ridiculous party by a
co-worker. His plan was to stay for an hour. That was until he
recognized Lorena across the room and had to see if that one kiss was
only New Year's Eve magic or something more.
Dare Me by Debra Druzy
wedding stylist Misty Morningside, mixing business with pleasure is a
professional no-no. That is, until she runs into wedding photographer
Adam Wright at a Valentine’s Day event. Dare they set aside business for
one night of pleasure?
Ask Me by Laura Strickland
attends the library’s Blind Date With a Book and finds himself
competing for the last remaining book. Wild child Gerri Webb is not his
usual type. Yet he feels an immediate, sizzling attraction and agrees to
share the book and its accompanying bag of candy hearts.
idea of a Blind Date With a Book is to go off genre, so Gerri doesn’t
mind when their flirty conversation suggests they unwrap each other
rather than the mystery book. When a candy heart advises, “Ask Me,” she
asks Leo back to her apartment. She never expects button-down Leo to hit
all her buttons. Can one night spent off genre translate to real life?
Chill Out by Jana Richards
Cabral needs to hide for the weekend. Her cousin’s Valentine’s Day
wedding means she’ll face embarrassing questions from her large,
extended family, questions she’s not ready to answer. So, she invents a
work-related excuse and escapes to a friend’s lakeside cottage.
Brownlee is ready to mend his broken relationship with his brother.
When a friend offers the use of his lakeside cottage, Noah arrives in
the middle of a blizzard with his English Mastiff, only to find the
place is already occupied by a woman with big brown eyes and quirky
sense of humor.
As the blizzard rages, can the candy hearts predict love?