LOVE, LOSS AND OTHER ODDITIES
Publisher: Saskatchewan Romance Writers; 1 edition (November 20, 2011)
Love and loss aren’t the only things happening every day on the prairie: Saskatchewan is full of the unexpected. Seventeen regional authors explore just how strange and wonderful this province can be in these twenty stories. From historical fiction to paranormal romance, with stops along the way for contemporary adventures, suspense, and urban fantasy, this anthology is the one Saskatchewan road that won’t take you on a straightforward journey.
Nurturing local writers of popular fiction for twenty-five years, Saskatchewan Romance Writers is proud to present this collection of outstanding short stories. Come take a trip through the extraordinary prairie!
Back for a weekend in the city where it all went wrong, Emma has reservations about everything, especially him.
A trip to her childhood home offers a Cree woman a chance to settle more than her late father’s estate.
AND OTHER ODDITIES
When Sam appears in human form, Litha must decide between dying to be with him and living without him.
"The title is a perfectly accurate one... there is something here to suit all tastes. I have read all the stories and have been well entertained." – from the foreword by New York Times bestselling author Mary Balogh