Less Than Three Press presents the second of three volumes of amazing stories along the theme of rock ‘n roll. Authors familiar and new combine for a collection of stories all about music and love.
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FALLEN ANGEL by Kayla Bain-Vrba
When Jackson lands a job to join his favorite band on tour for a few weeks, he think he’s finally gotten his chance. An unexpected attraction to the band’s frontman, however, adds complications to the tour that neither of them wants. Trying to … Continue reading
As a lifelong fan of figure skating it was a real pleasure to write my new book, Cold War. Pairs skating has always captivated me with its mix of exciting — and dangerous — throws, lifts and twists, and the romance of two people performing together in perfect unison.
I’m a stickler for details, so even though I regularly watch skating each season and attend competitions, I did a lot of research to make sure I got the little things right. I watched many videos and relived some of my favorite pair performances. Here are a few to whet your … Continue reading
Koby is a graduate student specializing in the cohabitation of dead and living cells in a single body, a course of study that requires he spend two years working in the labs at the parium mines in Antarctica, where he will assist in experiments conducted on the vampire prisoners kept there.
Expecting little more than a tedious assignment, despite the dangers of the environment and the dangerous vampires sentenced to the mines for life, Koby instead discovers a dome of horrors, where the persons in charge cannot be trusted and the … Continue reading
While doing renovation on the old New Orleans home inherited from her great aunt, Jules discovers an old safe filled with letters written in French—and code. Enlisting the aid of a local French teacher, the beautiful Gen, Jules slowly begins to learn the truth of her great grandfather’s death …
Word count: 28,000
Content: Contains some explicit content.
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It hasn’t been all smooth sailing since plumber Tom Paretski and P.I. Phil Morrison became connected at the heart, if not always at Tom’s dodgy hip. Neither of their families has been shy about voicing their disapproval, which hasn’t helped Tom’s uneasy relationship with his prickly older sister, Cherry.
But when Cherry is poisoned at her own engagement party, the horror of her near death has Tom’s head spinning with possible culprits. Is it her fiance Gregory, a cathedral canon with an unfortunate manner and an alarming … Continue reading
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Your upcoming book, The Servant Prince, is fantasy. How did you come up with this idea?
Actually this idea developed over a couple of years. It is pretty complex for me and so long it ended up being split into two books, each over 65,000 words. I do tend to ramble. J What I think is fun about this question and happy that it was asked is it’s kind of fun for me to say (this is going to sound strange) … Continue reading
BLURB: Detective Douglas Brody has only ever known the life of a cop. Raised strict but fair by his police chief father, he joined the academy right out of school, climbed the ranks hard and fast, and now works homicide for the City of Charleston. The job is his entire life. For years it’s kept him happy enough to minimize the side of him that craves what he believes is wrong. When an accident on the job puts him temporarily off duty, everything in Brody’s world changes. He … Continue reading
The Backup Boyfriend has a friends to lover theme. Was this difficult to write convincingly? I’ve always loved this theme because of the fantastic potential for internal conflict. Why would two people who already care about each other take a risk that might lead them to losing their friendship? What made the process difficult in The Backup Boyfriend was that Dylan and Alec were strangers at the beginning of the story, and it was very important to me that the progression of their relationship felt realistic. I was told by … Continue reading
Where did the concept for Beast Within come from?
I’m not really sure how it started, but I do remember thinking about FBI agents (probably while watching a movie) and wondering how they would handle a demonic invasion. The idea of Kapre and my agent heroes bloomed from there.
If you plan on another book after The Beast Within, where do you see this series going? Maybe new couples to be introduced in this awesome world you created?
I do have two sequels in this series that are under development. The conflict and strife will grow even more personal than … Continue reading