Sweet & Sassy Anthology: Sand and Kisses

April 25, 2016 | 1 Comment
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Sweet & Sassy Anthology: Sand and KissesSand and Kisses
Author: Candice N. Toone, Cindy M. Hogan, Donea Lee Weaver, Elana Johnson, Jo Noelle
Series: Sweet & Sassy Anthology #3
Genres: Romance Anthology
Format: eBook
Pages: 281
Date: April 25, 2016
Publisher: Little Box Press LLC

Five new clean romance novellas from Sweet & Sassy Anthologies.

Open for Love by Elana Johnson

Sabrina Arnold loves running her family’s Bed & Breakfast in sunny New Orleans. What she doesn’t love is the new establishment going up right next door. While Bri’s snooping around the place to see how it compares to hers, she’s caught by tall, dark, and handsome Carter Hammond, anonymous owner of said place. Carter knows it’s only a matter of time before Bri finds out he owns the building she hates. Can their fledgling, summer love survive against the odds?

Secrets in the Sand by Cindy M. Hogan

Christy Hadden, spy extraordinaire, thinks she’s created the perfect getaway in beautiful South Beach, Florida. A place where she and her handler, Jeremy, can give their forbidden romance a chance—in secret. But when they hear cries of alarm in an alley nearby, they can’t resist the pull to help, even if it exposes them. When Christy becomes a person of interest in a murder committed in that same alley, they must hunt down the real killers and clear her name.

Life’s a Beach by Jo Noelle

Independent Jenna Brennan returns to Misty Harbor Cottages to help her uncle for one last summer. Cole Zamora has worked at Misty Harbor for years, and imagined someday owning the place. Uncle Walter proposes a challenge between the two, with the winner becoming the new owner of Misty Harbor. There’s a real chance Cole could lose his heart and his home. Jenna isn’t sure which worries her more—a summer of rivalry or romance?

The Upgrade by Candice Toone

Amanda Ford’s plans to help host a study abroad tour to Peru nearly come undone when she meets Spencer Elliott, an adorable undergrad who’d love to date the girl she used to be. Customs regulations, professional insecurities and social unrest combine to challenge Amanda’s developing professional prowess, often leaving her pitifully vulnerable to the unfortunate combination of an emerging sense of self, a handsome near-stranger, and a beautiful Peruvian beach.

Surfboards and Star Trek by Donea Lee Weaver

When Anna meets Derek while on vacation at the beach, it’s not exactly love at first sight. How could a handsome surfer be interested in a divorcee like her? When she finds their age difference is nominal and that she and Derek share a love for all things Star Trek, she hopes love might blossom. But, long-distance relationships are tough. And when a waitress mistakes her for Derek’s mom, she starts to doubt the budding romance. Can a California surf-connoisseur and an older woman who sucks at all things water-sports find enough common ground to make a relationship work?

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About Cindy M. Hogan

Cindy M. Hogan is inspired by the unpredictable teenagers she teaches. More than anything she loves the time she has with her own teenage daughters and wishes she could freeze them at this fun age. If she’s not reading or writing, you’ll find her snuggled up with the love of her life watching a great movie or planning their next party. Most of all, she loves to laugh.

About Elana Johnson

Elana Johnson

Elana Johnson is an author of YA novels and romance novels, as well as an elementary school teacher. Her work includes young adult speculative and romance under the pen name, Liz Isaacson. She co-founded the Query Tracker blog and WriteOnCon, and contributes to the League of Extraordinary Writers. She is also a mom to two kids, a weekday chef, and is dancing and writing her way through life with a flourish!

One response to “Sweet & Sassy Anthology: Sand and Kisses

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    This is a collection of 5 sweet & clean romance novellas that are tied together by the theme of a beach. The settings were quite varied – from New Orleans to Florida to Washington state to Peru to Southern CA. And the stories were all different as well. I enjoyed them all, but a couple I liked better than the others. I think my favorites were “Open for Love” and “Life’s a Beach.” One story (“Secrets in the Sand”) had characters and connections to a series I haven’t read yet and while it was fine as a stand-alone, I felt like I was missing out a little by not being familiar with all the characters mentioned.
    I always love these collections of sweet, shorter stories. I love being able to read a story in a sitting and I always love the happy endings!

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