Monday, August 6, 2012

Alma Katsu releases her second e-short story in The Taker Trilogy!

The new e-short story will be out for free on Kindle-Amazon.com August 7 - 8 . It's called "The Marriage Price" and it's the story of the run-up to Jonathan's marriage to his child bride Evangeline, told through Evangeline's eyes.

                                                 

"DREAMS CAN COME TRUE—BUT THE PRICE IS STEEP in this short story from THE TAKER saga

Evangeline McDougal is the luckiest girl in St. Andrew, Maine. She’s to wed Jonathan St. Andrew, eldest son of the town’s founder and heir to the timber business that has made the St. Andrews one of the wealthiest families in the state.

Nor does it hurt that her bridegroom is so very handsome. Irresistible, in fact. And when rumors fly about her husband-to-be and several of the other girls in town. . . . What is Evangeline to think? There is a price to pay for her marriage to Jonathan, but surely it is worth the cost.

Isn’t it?"



The Marriage Price will soon have a written review here at the blog.
Don't forget to download the second e-book short story for The Taker Trilogy.
It will be free for 2 days only.

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