Swept Away…By Some Familiar Faces…

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I’m pretty sure I’m not the only author this happens to-not being able to let go of old characters. Now, more than ever I’m grateful that so many opportunities exist for writers to bring their ideas to the readers who make what we do worth all the effort.

For those of you who’ve been with me since the beginning, you may remember my debut couple Trinidad Salem and Dominique Carver from Remember Love. A few years ago, I re-released their story in Remember Love Redux. Now, Trin and Dom are back with a new story.

Swept: Trinidad & Dominique is totally new and presents the vignette entitled “The Interview”. Don’t expect a continuation of Remember Love. Swept contains a completely different story-line. Trin and Dom are just meeting.  Only a few things remain from the original story.

Swept: Trinidad & Dominique is crafted as a short, romantic read. The entire work is less than 60 pages. In addition to the short story itself, letters from the hero and heroine are also included.  My hope is that readers- new and old- will add this to their collection for a quick break time read. “The Interview” gets rather steamy in places, but I don’t think it’ll be too much of a distraction for your day…maybe a slight distraction- tee hee 😉

I do hope you’ll enjoy this and look forward to other Swept installments featuring more familiar characters in unfamiliar situations.

Toodles & Love,

Al

Swept is available in e-book format.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Dariel says:

    I look forward to reading this. Thanks.

  2. altonyasblog says:

    It’s short and sweet Dariel!

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