Now available everywhere… My fantasy romance story, Across the Veil!!!
This is the newly revised version of the story that won the Paranormal Fight Club contest on Romance in the Backseat’s Book Blog. It’s available as a .99 story for your eReaders or phone apps.
Even if you don’t have an eReader yet, you can download Kindle’s PC app for free and read it just like a real book on your computer! 😀
I’ve also got a paperback version available on Lulu.com if you really want to hold it in your hand.
So here are the links…
And the Blurb:
Princess Talia from Summerland has been hiding across the veil in the human world for the past five years.
Starring in a hit television show as human actress, Natalie Thurmont, her charmed new life is shattered when the past comes knocking on her door.
“Across the Veil” won Romance in the Backseat book review’s Paranormal Fight Club short story contest. Short Fiction (6K Words)
http://www.youtube.com/embed/xH6oJLEucxU <–Book Trailer Here
I hope you enjoy the story! Putting this together was a labor of love and I learned SO much about self-publishing! Yow!
If you do enjoy the read, please leave some positive feedback on Amazon… Those reader reviews definitely help to get the word out about indie stories!
I’m still busy editing the Forgotten Treasures anthology, and I’m hoping to have it available soon!
Thanks for all your support!!! And feel free to spread the word and tell your friends…
Here are what reviewers are saying about Across the Veil:
The pacing in most short stories often feels off or forced in someway. In this little jewel, the pacing of everything came naturally. This book left me without any questions other than, will Lisa write a full story sometime? I hope she does!
In Across the Veil, you get to a sneak peak into the movie making business, a deadly feud between brothers, and glimpse at the Fae world. You will also witness the death of a vampire and revel in the romance between Keth and Talia.
Talia and Keth are amazing characters who deserve a full book! However, leaving the story as it is will also satisfy your thirst for a good read.