Seasons of Love – Love blooms in every season. Spring fertility rites awaken self-assurance in a young man. A steamy summer romance burns between two lovers from very different worlds. The fall winds of change blow for an angry woman. A damaged man finds new life in the dead of winter. Enjoy these slices of life and love throughout the year.
“Maypole Dance” – Spring
Britain, 1568. Coll is a young man with an artistic soul who doesn’t fit in his mining village. He’s too dreamy and different to interest the local girls. When he walks away from the spring fair and deep into the forest, he encounters a primal spirit who appreciates his attractions and is happy to initiate him into the spring rite of fertility. But will she let her mortal pet go afterward and does Coll wish to be released?
“Amish Paradise” – Summer
Indiana, 1956. Rachael and Joe are from different worlds although they live in the same small farming community. She is Amish and her people have chosen to live a plain life. But Rachael is a young woman brimming with curiosity about the rest of the world and especially the handsome young man who lives the next farm over and who shares her desire to escape familiar patterns.
“Crisp Apples” – Autumn
Connecticut, Present Day. Kate is recovering from a painful divorce and creating a new life for herself when a hated blast from her high school past re-enters her life. At first she is bent on revenge, but her encounters with former bad boy, Alex leave her shaking with lust as much as fury. Perhaps fall is the time to let the past die and blow away like dry leaves.
“A Lily for Christmas” – Winter
England, 1915. The Great War drags on and no one is left untouched. At the Carrington estate one son is dead and the other returns home physically wounded and emotionally scarred. Lily, a maid who works at the manor, brings the rebirth of spring into the winter of Jonathan’s life.
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Published March 13, 2006
by Liquid Silver Books.
Romance, Literature & Fiction.