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Whisper Sweet Nothings

Whisper Sweet Nothings

This is the cover of my new FREE short story. “Whisper Sweet Nothings.” It’s a story about two college students called Penny and Luke. Check out this short romance with a splash of spice and desire.

Luke looked like every girls dream date. Temptation was what she called him in her thoughts. Little did Penny know she enticed his sexual radar the moment he met her. Luke is ravenous to explore Penny in every way. Even rushing to lectures waiting patiently to hear her harmonic angel voice speak up. All he wants is for her fingertips to touch his skin, knowing his body would glow from her beautiful soul.

Download today and find out about my first ever short story published. Available at Smashwords.


10 responses

  1. Available on Smashwords.

    March 26, 2012 at 5:38 am

  2. Got my copy, thanks Melissa. I love the cover. For some reason Bob Seger’s song “Night Moves” comes to mind, probably cause it’s set in the summer.

    March 26, 2012 at 4:25 pm

  3. Great stuff. I think I remember Stuart writing ‘Run’ years ago when my wife (who was then my girlfriend) worked with him at his video shop. Impressive.

    April 15, 2012 at 10:54 pm

    • Yes from way back then. Is that Sharon? Hehe. I have more of the story. Mine is totally different to his. Because I saw the romantic side of the characters and the screenplay is more of a gangster action. I fell in love with some of the characters and I have more to write. I would love to make into a total book using run as a timeline. I am just thankful Stuart is allowing me to flow with the characters. I will be using his dialogue from the screenplay for the action scene as the plot is awesome. I would love it if he picked up a pen and continued as he is very talented and that’s why I wanted to do this to get out. Because you never know who is reading it.

      April 15, 2012 at 11:13 pm

      • I do remember the gangster element of Stu’s script. it’s a real testament to you that you can take an element from one genre and make it your own in another. Kudos to you. It was way back when, nearly twenty years I’ve known Stuart. I’ve always enjoyed writing myself but never did anything with it. I am making a concerted effort now, though and it’s great to be associated with authors such as yourself. Stuart introduced me to WordPress and I’ve got two blogs here and I’m working on some other stuff, but I look forward to reading more of your stuff and maybe collaborate in the future.

        April 16, 2012 at 12:10 am

  4. By the way, my genre is horror and the fantastical, although I am working on a RomCom script, but I may include horror in that 🙂

    April 16, 2012 at 12:13 am

    • That’s awesome John. Writing will take over your world. In a good way. It can just take one person or one element that can inspire so much more. If you find it don’t let it go. Let the story run its couse. The hardest thing as a writer is thinking ‘I can’t do it, what will people think.’ But honestly we write because we like the story in our mind and it would be a shame to keep it to ourself. If one other person loves the story we have done our job. I look forward to reading yours John.

      April 16, 2012 at 1:33 am

  5. aussiejag

    Plentiful Package…..what a book!!!!!!! What an author!!!!! Melissa you have unbelieveable TALENT!!!!!!!!!!!Never really been a big fan of reading but i think i have now found my niche…….SO,SO,SO HOT!!!!!!! Can wait for the next installment…….don’t keep me waiting too long………..please…………xxx

    April 30, 2012 at 3:36 am

    • Wow! Why thank you good sir. I am glad you have found your niche. That’s what any author wants to hear. ‘I’m not normally a reader, but liked yours’ awesome.

      May 2, 2012 at 9:25 pm

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