Romance for Everyone







Romance is a genre that has stood the test of time. Women for millennia have enjoyed a tale of love between two people who might or might not be right for each other. Many men have also read these books, but until recently few would have admitted to that let alone allowed the world to know they actually wrote romance novels.




Today’s romance has become as modern and open as the world we live in. Yet, many who seek out a romance aren’t looking for a romp in bed or a redefining of societal mores. What they want is an escape into the developing relationship between a couple who are either rekindling what they once had or are discovering each other for the first time.



Blurb



Will Millie be a victim of, hot, passionate, and fleeting war kisses?
Romance has no age barrier
The biggest mistake of Aly’s life could turn into the promise of new love…
Can love be rekindled after a lifetime?
Victorian diary surprises modern bride
Just when she thinks she’s through with love, Cupid aims his arrow at Nixie again.
Support your local bartender, Stacey Jennifer Longacre at Tough Luck Lounge.
There is nothing sweeter than pure, unrequited love.
Sweet romance, the moments leading up the first kiss, a spark of love between a couple. E.B. Sullivan, Archimede Fusillo, Marie Lavender, K.C. Sprayberry, Debbie De Louise, M.A. Cortez, Lois Crockett, and Leah Hamrick team up to bring you eight tales of love in its early stages.







Excerpt





The war changed things.

Rationings from sugar to coffee to gasoline kept increasing. Silk stockings were scarce. Triage panels decided which patients would receive penicillin from hospitals’ small inventories. Varieties of fruits and vegetables grew in communal victory gardens. Seldom did we see young men walking the streets. And, women joined the industrial workforce in droves.

The war changed lives.

It demanded extraordinary sacrifices. Soldiers’ deaths mounted. Parents lost sons. Wives lost husbands. Children lost fathers. Wounded casualties returned home—some without arms, others without legs, and many without hope. Infatuated lovers worried their romances couldn’t survive overseas separations. Without knowing each other well or for very long, couples rushed into marriage. In my cynical opinion, they were victims of war kisses—hot, passionate, and fleeting.

The war changed me. It turned my mundane existence upside down and offered me an unpredictable future.





About the K.C. Sprayberry

Born and raised in Southern California’s Los Angeles basin, K.C. Sprayberry spent years traveling the United States and Europe while in the Air Force before settling in northwest Georgia. A new empty nester with her husband of more than twenty years, she spends her days figuring out new ways to torment her characters and coming up with innovative tales from the South and beyond.

She’s a multi-genre author who comes up with ideas from the strangest sources. Those who know her best will tell you that nothing is safe or sacred when she is observing real life. In fact, she considers any situation she witnesses as fair game when plotting a new story.

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