- Paperback: 168 pages
- Publisher: Goldminds Pub Llc (15 November 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1930584741
- ISBN-13: 978-1930584747
- Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1 x 20.3 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 204 g
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Steven Law is an award-winning author and acquisitions editor, and founder and president of the ReadWest Foundation, Inc. In 2013 he was presented with the prestigious Western Heritage Award from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame for his work with Western literature. He currently has five novels in print, and the sixth, BRAVE SONORA, is due out in June 2014. For over fifteen years he has worked as a publicist with several acclaimed authors, such as New York Times best-seller Stephen Harrigan, New York Times columnist Peter Applebome, Pulitzer Prize finalist S. C. Gwynne, and the late Elmer Kelton. Now a successful novelist, Steven lives in the Missouri Ozarks with his son, Tegan, a dog named Obi, and two cats named Pepper and Sylvester.
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Loving this book!! What a great collection!8 October 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
As an avid reader, I greatly enjoy anthologies with stories from my favorite authors! And, really? Who can resist a collection of romantic stories? I have to mention 'Arizona's Promise' by Steven Law. This story just draws me in - mostly because I've felt what Arizona feels. See, that's the mark of an excellent storyteller - that ability to draw me into the story so I experience what the characters do. And Kat Martin?? I mean, come on, it's Kat Martin - another favorite of mine! Her story, For Sale: Romance left me smiling. And isn't that what a romance is supposed to do? Leave you smiling...and maybe just a little hopeful that there can be happy endings? I absolutely recommend this book. Trust me, you will love it!
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Embrace17 January 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
enjoyed although i've read more than 500 books at this review. can't remember all about it but did not read anything i did not enjoy.
Love this anthology! I would know; I'm a romantic!7 October 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
I write westerns and military thrillers, but all of my books have a love story. I am a poet at heart, a romantic, and I was glad to see an anthology of romantic stories with at least several male authors contributing. Steven Law is one of my favorite authors and I enjoy the works of Kat Martin, too, so they drew me to this book. I particularly enjoyed Steven's short, Arizona's Promise, a tale of real love and struggle in today's society. It displays the relationship between a young couple's flowery love blossoming in a crowded garden overgrowing with the weeds of adult responsibilities and stressors. It is an "Oh Yeah" story. Most who have been in love and struggled in life can read it, smile, and say, "Oh yeah, I know how that feels." I highly recommend this anthology of romantic short stories which are all easy and fun reads and can help one escape our own daily stressors for a few minutes of "Oh yeah."
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Copyright infrigement26 June 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
"Embrace - A Romance Collection" has been published without permission of the authors, under no contracts, and without compensation. I came upon it while searching Amazon, and being curious when I recognised the publisher and title, I bought the Kindle version. It contains works for which I know without a doubt the authors were not compensated. The authors neither approved gallies, and were not notified of the publication's release. I regret that I paid money to buy this ebook, but it was neccesary to see with my own eyes that what I say here is absolutely true.
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