“When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie…”
Amore touched Rose in Coahuila as deep feelings of awe and respect. A Rose in Mexico, by Jessy Alvarado
Amore touched Rosie just before dawn, when Nina saved her from drowning, right before Bobby kissed her. From My Window, by Amre Cortadino
Amore transforms Louisa Howerton’s desperate attempt to fan signal a friend across a ballroom floor into a flirtation with the mysterious Earl of Altamont. Engaged to the Enemy, by Gwen Gage
Amore first tossed Brenna’s salad into the air and showered Jesse with lettuce, tomato and bits of carrot. Then she toppled onto his lap. Countin’ On You, by Mary Pat Johns
Amore crept in despite Blair Morton’s efforts to keep things professional with Lt. Trevor Carlyle while cracking codes that lead to a cold-blooded killer. Faces, by A.D. Lawrence
Amore rang Elle’s doorbell. Ryan stood there, rumpled from travel, a hint of salt and pepper stubble, but a roguish smile and mischievous spark in his eyes. “I wasn’t done talking to you.” Word Fall, by Andra Loy
Amore pointed to a sheep with two heads. One head seemed to detach. It showed loose black curls around a face of olive skin. Milkah glanced up. “We’ve got company, Chops.” Elijah, by Dave Parks
Amore shadows Frank Pride and Anne Nelson as they travel the same path to forgiveness for the past and an uncertain future. Desperate Dreams, by Patti Shene
Amore steals Billie’s suitcase as well as her heart when she meets a handsome stranger and his nephew at the airport. Finding Wisdom in Noel, by Janie Winsell
Amore still works the way Dean Martin saw it. “When you dance down the street with a cloud at your feet, that’s amore.”
Guest post by Dave Parks
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What fun, Dave! You give just enough of a touch of mystery to each story to whet the appetites of readers. Praying all of our books will be available to them one of these days!
Wow, these are great book teasers! I want to read every one of them. Thanks, Dave, for bringing creative story twists to such a classic song. 🙂
Thanks, Amy! It’s been a pleasure to read/critique books together – you are a brilliant author and a wealth of information! So glad to be on this journey together! 🙂