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Promo Spotlight: Season of Storm by Alexandra Sellers

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Today I'm featuring three re-issued Historical Romances of author Alexandra Sellers, with an emphasis on Season of Storm. Both Season of Storm and Fire in the Wind are FREE TODAY (Sept 17, 2013). So hurry up and grab a copy while you can! Following are the information on the books and the ways to connect with Ms. Sellers.


Season of Storm
Original publication: Oct, 1983
Re-issued in eBook: June 13, 2013

He took her hostage—could he ever let her go?

Shulamith St. John had lived with the threat of kidnapping for most of her life, but that didn't make hersituation when it happened any less terrifying. Especially as she knew what her kidnapper did not—that her father, the ruthless lumber baron Cordwainer St. John, would not pay one cent of ransom for her.

Johnny Winterhawk didn't believe that—but he was no ordinary kidnapper. He didn't want money, he wanted to protect his tribal lands from her father's chainsaws. And then, it seemed…he wanted her.

Shulamith responded to her captor's touch with a hunger that made her feel she could trust him with her life. Their deep passion shook her, body and soul. And that was the most terrifying thing of all…

Buy Links:
Amazon | Amazon UK



Also recently re-issued in ebook...

Fire in the Wind
Original publication: 1982
Re-issued in eBook: Mar 26, 2013

Jace was dead. Jace, whose love she had carried in her heart for ten long years. Vanessa had finally fulfilled her promise to come to him, but too late. Now she could never explain, never find the forgiveness she had yearned for all these years—never again experience the overwhelming love they had shared.

Jace's look-alike cousin Jake was willing to act as stand-in for her dead love, and the fire he ignited in her might burn all her life…but what was in it for Jake? He wasn't pretending to forgive her for the fatal hurt she'd caused his cousin. Did he really want her? Or did he only want revenge?

Buy Links:
Amazon | Amazon UK


Captive of Desire
Original publication: 1981
Re-issued in eBook: Dec 19, 2012

Laddy Penreith was seventeen the night she met dissident Soviet writer Mischa Busnetsky and fell passionately and irrevocably in love. Surrounded by a watchful crowd, the two lovers could explore their love only in words.

Eight years later — years Mischa spent in the Gulag — the memory of that night and Mischa's voice was still all Laddy knew of passion. When he was suddenly released and exiled to the West, she rushed to him. And in Laddy's arms and love Mischa was reborn.

But Mischa had learned suspicion in a hard school, and still there were enemies working to keep them apart. All too soon an act of betrayal so poisoned their love that the powerful, passionate connection that had once sustained them both seemed destined now to destroy them.

About the Author:

A writer and editor for the past 30 years, Alexandra Sellers has written over two million words for print, both fiction and non-fiction, including articles, reviews, training material, brochures, websites, mini-series ‘bibles’, blurbs, obituaries, short stories, and over 35 books. Her novels have been translated into more than 15 languages. She has also written and produced murder mystery experiences, and for several years taught her own course in How to Write Romance. 

Alexandra Sellers has been a full-time writer since the publication of her first novel in 1980, writing novels that are both spiritually and emotionally intense. In 1997, her novel A Nice Girl Like You was nominated by Romantic Times for a Reviewers’ Choice Award for Best Silhouette Yours Truly. Three years later she received the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Series Romantic Fantasy. The common theme that runs through her novels is the cosmic union of male and female: the reuniting, through deep romantic love manifested in the sex act, of that universal soul which was divided into male and female at the moment of physical creation, and which has been searching for its other half ever since. Her novels also express a fundamental belief that love conquers all.  

Her favourite hobby is foreign languages, of which she has studied eight: French, Farsi, German, Arabic, Hebrew, Greek, Italian, and Latin. Her talent for languages (along with her sense of humour) was also expressed in her book Spoken Cat and Relevant Factors in Worldview, a self-teaching language primer of the Cat language. Other areas of interest for Sellers include: health and alternative medicine; English grammar; linguistics; theatre/arts; Middle Eastern languages, religions, and history; Regency England; Jane Austen; psychology; dreams; storytelling; academic writing. 

Author Links:
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(Note: Except for Captive of Desire, I'm not responsible for the contents of this post, as all the other materials for this Promo was provided to me by Tribal Publishing.) ~Punya

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