There are three YA/NA novels from Suzanne Selfors on sale digitally for $1.99 each.
Mimi Wallingford, Great Granddaughter of Adelaide Wallingford, has the life that most girls dream about, playing Juliet opposite teen heartthrob Troy Summer on Broadway in Shakespeare’s famous play. Unfortunately, she has no desire to be an actress, a fact her mother can’t seem to grasp.
But when she and Troy are magically thrust into Shakespeare’s Verona, they experience the feud between the Capulets and Montagues first hand. Mimi realizes that she and Juliet have more in common than Shakespeare’s script-they are both fighting for futures of their own choosing.
Mimi feels compelled to help her and with Troy’s unexpected help, hopes to give Shakespeare’s most famous tragedy a happily-ever-after-ending.
When you’re the daughter of a best-selling romance writer, life should be pretty good. But for 16-year-old Alice Amorous, daughter of the Queen of Romance, life is an agonizing lie. Her mother’s been secretly hospitalized for mental illness, and Alice has been putting on a brave front, answering fan letters, forging her mother’s signature, telling the publisher that all is well.
But the next book is due and the Queen can’t write it. Alice needs a story for her mother. And she needs one fast.That’s when she meets Errol, a strange boy who’s been following her. A boy who tells her that he has a love story. A boy who believes he’s Cupid.
As Alice begins to hear Errol’s voice in her head, and begins to see things she can’t explain, she must face the truth – that she’s either inherited her mother’s madness, or Errol is for real.
Katrina works in her grandmother’s coffee shop in a small town in Washington State, which isn’t exactly the coolest job, given that it’s an old-world Scandinavian coffee shop rather than the ultra hip Java Hut next door.
One morning, when she gives a free cup of coffee and muffin to a homeless guy sleeping out behind the shop, this random act of kindness turns her life upside down. She soon learns that the homeless guy is actually a teenage guardian angel intent on returning the favor. Fame and fortune seem like the obvious requests, but after two botched wishes, Malcolm knows Katrina is hiding something from him.
But how can she tell him the truth, when her heart’s desire has become Malcolm himself?
Gracious, all three of these sound really good. Have you read Selfors before? Which do you recommend?