Sunday, May 13, 2007

Best SellingShort Stories for The Wild Rose Press

According to All Short Stories, the best selling Wild Rose Press short stories for last week were...

1. The Earl's Enchantment by Sara Freeze
Now, what's a sweet American girl like Caitlin doing in England, working in a castle/bookstore and communicating with a grumpy ghost? When the story opens, Adrian's still figuring that out himself. In 1806, he very unwillingly found himself transformed into a ghost by an angry ex-lover who also happened to be a very powerful witch. He's been trapped in Holworth Castle for the past two centuries, observing with horror the evolving fashions, hair styles, and conduct of the modern man (and woman).
2. Montana Hideaway by Jessica Joubert
Jonathon Tall Bull and Hayley Jansson come from two different worlds, but they have more than one thing in common. Besides teaching together at the St. Labre Mission School, they are intensely attracted to each other. When she hits a deer and slides off the road in a spring snowstorm, he carries her home to his cabin. And while Jonathon has spent his life following the true path towards happiness, Hayley has spent hers skirting the issues that lie deep within her soul.
A tie to her past becomes Emma's key to her future...if she's prepared to trust her heart. Luke Reinhardt has always felt like an outsider looking in. The child of a Chippewa mother, his upbringing was one of rejection and humiliation at the hands of the pale-skins. Emma Sarris knows pain as an adopted child. Though loved and nurtured by her adoptive family, unanswered questions plague her. Who are her real parents? Why did they abandon her?
4. Amazing Grace by Wilhelmina Rush
Only drastic action would convince Grace Canady just how wrong she was. Sure, Martin Winters was a summer guest. And yes, summer guests always left Canady Lodge after Labor Day. But he needed her, and he'd be damned if he'd leave without a fight. As autumn chill nipped the air, Martin set about amazing Grace.

5. Found by Jenna Bayley-Burke
Arriving home after a girls night out, Eden's realized she no longer needs to look for love. Love is right there, sleeping in her bed. But does he feel the same?

1 comment:

Marianne Arkins said...

Hey! I own most of those! Congrats to everyone.