- File Size: 213 KB
- Print Length: 80 pages
- Publisher: MT Books (August 31, 2012)
- Publication Date: August 31, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0094MCDU0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,481,114 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Romantic Tales: Bedtime Stories Episode One (Romantic Tales: Bedtime Stories (Season 1)) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
1. Crave by Ty Langston (Chapters 1-4)
This story sets itself up beautifully. You meet Harper a journalist for the local paper who is alsoa music lover. Her boss cons her into going to a concert for an up and coming band. While that normally isn't her beat, the band itself ties into a cold case she'd worked on.
The way this story is written truly reminds me of an episode of law and order.. only with reporters instead of cops. Thankfully crime stories are right up my ally.
The twist at the end of the episode is amazing. I truly look forward to episode 2 to find out what happens next.
I give Crave 5 of 5 paws
2. The Genesis Project by Tigris Eden (Chapters 1-5)
This is definitely an interesting one. I'm not exactly sure what Vaggo is only that he isn't human. Which makes me wonder what the others in the story are as well.
This definitely a strange story where humans no longer exist replaced by something akin to alien vampires.
The story is written in the technical sense that all sci-fi lovers crave. From the strange new names of things to the different ways to travel, even the way the beings on new earth eat are futuristic.
I enjoyed following Genesis as she learned new experiences. She's so different from the others she really is an oddity and generally finds herself the center of attention.
I give this story 5 of 5
3. The Getaway by Riley Ross (Chapters 1-3)
This story starts with the rare guy playing hard to get. This one made me smile as I was swept into the apparently drama filled lives of Michael and Juliet's lives.Read more ›
Short reviews for all three.
Crave by Ty Langston
My first book from Ty Langson and it definitely makes me realize I need to read more books from her. This short story had a very, very interesting cliffhanger to it and it had my interest the minute I read the first page. A Sexy rock band that turns werewolves....sign me up. =)
I loved this short story that I cannot wait to find out what happens next in Episode Two. Ty Langston worked it out perfectly for this short story because you are introduced to the characters and you find out what the main problem is for the characters. And the ending left me in shock and my initial reaction was that's IT....oh heck no!
The Genesis Project by Tigris Eden
This was a very different story that I am used to, but it was very enjoyable. It of course had another cliffhanger, but Tigris did an amazing job explaining everything. She made sure to talk about what happened to the main character, Genesis, and how she came to be and she introduced other characters as well. I'm intrigued to find out more about Xander and Adam and how Genesis may have feelings for really.
I also loved the concept of the story and what happened to the humans. I normally do not like Sci-Fi books, but Tigris did a bang up job on it.
It didn't get my attention until Genesis finally left her father though and when she finally went to the real world.
I look forward to the 2nd episode more to this story because I need more of Adam and Xander.Read more ›
Liquid sex comes to mind when thinking of a way to describe Cass St. Marie lead singer of the band Crave. Though I'm not sure that's actually enough to get across how appealing this character comes across in this book. Attractive body, check, sexy southern accent, check, leather pants, check, singer, check. Do you have any idea what happens when you put all of these things together? I'll tell you, you get my dream guy. Well with the exception of a southern accent I think I might prefer something a little more foreign.
Harper is a reporter for the Wakefield post working on a story about a missing girl that happens to tie into one of the hottest bands around, Crave. Harper's friend Ellen convinces her to go to their concert and talk to the band saying that they were close to the girl who went missing. Ty Langston did a wonderful job of painting a picture of what life as a reporter is like.
I could feel Harper's annoyance, but also that spark of curiosity you get when you know you're on the trail of something and totally need to follow through. So of course she does and after going home, changing, and stopping by the missing girls home Harper heads to the club. Langston's description of the club and music was so vivid that I could seriously picture it in my head. The way she describe Cass, my god he sounds good enough to eat. And have I mentioned I like accents? No I like accents.
Don't worry there's no drool on the Kindle, thankfully, but oh my god I was totally blindsided by the ending of this story. I slid my finder across the screen and the next story was there. I was so confused for a full minute and I kept swiping my finger back and forth to try and figure out what happened when I realized this is episode one meaning it continues in book two.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I usually don't like reading short stories,but I really liked this. Great bedtime stories you can enjoy. Read morePublished on July 11, 2014 by Pamela
First let me start with I am not a fan of "serial" stories nor am I a fan of short stories. With that said, I was surprised that I enjoyed this book! Read morePublished on April 29, 2013 by AngelFire
Good stories. I can't wait to see more of these authors as they develop in their writing styles. This was a good read for points in the day when u have a little extra time such as... Read morePublished on April 12, 2013 by Parker Moody
I have said many a time how anthologies are really hard to get into and I wasn't sure how I would take to these three short stories that would then continue in another book. Read morePublished on March 27, 2013 by Larissa
I am so glad this book was free,I would have been upset if I had paid for it!! There are 3 seperate stories by 3 different authors in this anthology and apparently there are follow... Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by Sharon Chalk
I completed this book in a matter of hours! From the moment I started reading I couldn't put it down. Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by Misty L
I am not usually one to like books with multiple stories in it. They are usually too quick for my liking. Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by Brenda Demko
I have developed an addiction to these stories, and fell in love with the characters. These ladies sure know how to write.Published on January 17, 2013 by J. Maynard