Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Try a Little Romance!


Romances don’t always need to be sickly sweet! My romantic short stories feature a man and a woman who meet in quite ordinary or sometimes unexpected circumstances. I like to bring two people together, who had no idea they might end up with each other. Of course, in most cases there is a stumbling block to their future happiness. True love does not always come easy!
Love themes in “Sunbeams from the Heart – A Collection of Twelve Romantic Short Stories” tell of nostalgia, bright new beginnings, homecoming, second chances, and the unexpected.

Someone recently told me, “Before reading your book ‘Sunbeams from the Heart’, I didn't really like reading romantic stories. That was not my thing at all. However, after reading your collection of romantic short stories I got so into it you hooked me! I'm now looking forward to more of your romances!”

And from a comment on one of my blogs, “I love this collection of short stories! And what's so good is that you can read them again and have the same great feeling as you did reading them the first time!”

An Amazon reviewer wrote, “What a pleasure to come across twelve wholesome and romantic short stories as found in ‘Sunbeams From The Heart’.”

Not only did “Sunbeams from the Heart” make Amazon's top 100 paid best-sellers' list in the Literature & Fiction/Short stories category, but this book was next to Stephen King’s “Hearts in Atlantis” in Amazon's Best Sellers in Literary Short Stories!

Try a little romance. You might like it!
“Sunbeams from the Heart – A Collection of Twelve Romantic Short Stories” is available as an e-book and in paperback at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B019BS227K?*Version*=1&*entries*=0
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1519777469
and in countries around the world where Amazon features an online store.
Also in large print at http://www.amazon.com/Sunbeams-Heart-Collection-Romantic-Stories/dp/1523253436/ref=tmm_pap_title_1?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
Best wishes,
Fay

Fay Knowles
Nassau, Bahamas

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