Where It Begins: A Pucked Novella <— PUCKED PREQUEL ALERT!! SINGLE PARENTS WITH TEENS & THE START OF THE STORY… and to celebrate this release, Helena (as well as her publisher, 1,001 Dark Nights) are sponsoring today’s newsletter! P.S. We have a funny tidbit about her 😉 and I can relate BIG TIME!!
The author says:
WHERE IT BEGINS IS LIVE!!!
I’m so excited! I had so much fun writing this story and I hope you have just as much fun reading it
So what’s it about?
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Helena Hunting comes a new story in her Pucked series. The untold story of Skye and Sidney, and the origin story where Vi and Miller are teens when their parents start dating and fall in love…
I accidentally grabbed the wrong drink at the coffee shop. On the upside, the hot guy it belonged to chased me down to kindly swap with me. On the down side, the reason I grabbed the wrong drink in the first place is because the hot guy had just caught me checking out his ass…sets.
In my defense, his rear view is rather magnificent.
In true, humiliating form, I word-vomited a bunch of horrible nonsense. Including an unnecessary explanation of the trauma I’d evaded thanks to his chasing me down. Nothing could ruin my lactose-intolerant day faster than my one true nemesis: dairy.
I did not expect him to ask me out on a date after that.
I also didn’t expect the date to go well since my tendency to truth-vomit is high, and not everyone finds that quality endearing.
But apparently he does. Because he asks me out again.
Sidney Butterson (yes, it’s a weird last name) ticks all my boxes.
He’s smart, he’s funny, he’s employed and he’s ridiculously hot.
There’s one catch.
We’re both single parents. With teens.
And if our kids don’t like each other?
Well, we’re doomed.
**Every 1001 Dark Nights novella is a standalone story. For new readers, it’s an introduction to an author’s world. And for fans, it’s a bonus book in the author’s series. We hope you’ll enjoy each one as much as we do.**
And here’s a fun tidbit about the author:
Q: What’s the most awkward thing that happens to you on a regular basis?
A: Every moment of my life is awkward. I forget names a lot. More than I’d like and it’s always awkward when I can’t appropriately introduce two people to each other.
Same! I great at faces, I always recognize someone… but the names. GAH!!!!