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A Valentine Collection: Sweet Paperback – January 5, 2011
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Victory Tales Press, a product of brainstorming by Rebecca J. Vickery and Laura Shinn, was founded in March, 2010, as a small independent publisher of romance anthologies. In an enthusiastic response, a select group of invited authors have joined together to provide quality, romance-based stories. With entertainment and value in mind, an average of five stories by five different authors will be published per book at various times throughout the year.
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"A Heart for a Heart" is written by Cheryl Pierson. A contemporary romance set in Oklahoma, Sam Tiger returns home from Iraq only to find his nephew in the care of one of his tutors, Keira Lesile. Does Sam dare to let his attraction grow for Kiera?
"Time Dancers" is written by Christine E. Schulze. A fantasy piece, Princess Calina is given a magic mirror as an engagement gift. However, her betrothed is twice her age and Calina is not attracted to him. Her world turns upside down when she steps into the mirror and meets the handsome Aarwyn. Who will she chose - or will duty come before her heart?
"Growing in Love" is a contemporary story written by Evie Alexis. Lissandra never had a "good " Valentine's Day, but Oliver is always there to save the day. When will Lissandra allow her heart to see what's right in front of her?
"November Rose" by Rob Shelsky is set in London during World War II. Rosalie is blinded in an air raid, but it's the intriguing Derrick who comes to her and not her fiancé, Thomas. Who will Rosalie give her November rose to?
Raby's "The Lace Thief" shines with snappy dialogue and a clever plot. Raby uses a good economy of words to paint vivid pictures of Aveline's world. Both Aveline and Nathaniel are interesting characters. Aveline's curiosity had me on the edge of my seat.
Pierson tugs on the reader's heartstrings with "A Heart for a Heart." Sam is torn between two honorable decisions. Pierson demonstrates the power of love will always guide the heart to make the right choice.
Schulze's "Time Dancers" shines with imagination. Her fantasy world is easy to get lost in. Schulze's writing style engages the reader, leaving them to wonder about Lopez and his motivations. Calina's growth at the end moves the reader.
"Growing in Love," by Evie Alexis has the reader cheering for Oliver from page one. Lissandra is quirky, yet an everyday girl we can all identify with. Alexis' light-hearted writing style points out the foils and obstacles of young love and demonstrates that given time, true love always prevails.
Rob Shelsky's "November Rose" leaves the reader breathless. Shelsky's writing is easy to read and pulls the reader into Rosalie's world effortlessly. Rosalie suffers from a serious injury, but it's Derrick with his heroic actions who has earned the right to claim her heart. War, however, has a way of throwing one's life a curve ball.
The novel has a dynamic ensemble of love stories that appeal to the romantic in all of us. The stories are "sweet" with couples exchanging a kiss or a gentle carress. This anthology is a heartwarming read for a cold winter's weekend.