Eternal Spring--A YA Anthology--FREE
Flowers, vacation, baseball, prom…what does spring mean to you? From
unicorn hunters and teenage exorcists to Egyptian princesses and
aspiring ballerinas, this collection of thirteen stories by some of the
most exciting authors in Young Adult fiction explores young love and new
beginnings during the most beautiful time of the year.
“Camp Cauldron” by Juli Alexander
to spend Spring Break as a counselor at a camp for troublesome young
witches instead of drooling over hotties at the beach, Emma relinquishes
her hopes for romance. Could the perfect guy be waiting in the midst of
poison ivy, s'mores, elephant trunks, and kangaroo feet?
“Barre Hopping at Midnight” by Amanda Brice
can aspiring ballerina Dani Spevak concentrate on performing at a
spring arts festival when her not-quite-boyfriend is in town filming the
lead in a hot new vampire movie and he was seen kissing his costar?
“The Vanishing Spring” by Carey Corp
than a century earlier, Eleanor Quimby tumbled into the water to escape
an arranged marriage and disappeared. But was that the tragic end or a
brave new beginning?
“The Princess of Egypt Must Die” by Stephanie Dray
lonely Princess of Egypt is tempted by a forbidden love and forced to
make a heartbreaking choice that will upend a kingdom and change her
“Spring Perfection” by Leslie DuBois
Scott Kincaid is about to make history and pitch a perfect game. But
when he realizes that true perfection lies in the relationship he has
with his best friend, Reyna, will he risk everything in order to keep a
promise to her?
“Picture Not Perfect” by Lois Lavrisa
old Tim wants to go to senior prom. Why doesn't his girlfriend
Gabrielle want to go with him? Is she not who she says she is?
“Potionate Love” by P.R. Mason
geek, Tina, has found a way to get the popular jock, Ronny, to fall for
her: a love potion. It'll work unless her best friend Nathan gets in
“1:30, Tour Eiffel” by Jennifer McAndrews
A kiss in
the dark will ruin Spring Break and lifelong friendships unless Rachel
Healey can prove she is a pawn in someone else's game.
“Off Balance” by Renee Pace
secret is big, but she loves Charlie enough to know ending their
teenage relationship will set him free and enable him to join the Army.
When Charlie discovers the truth, it’s up to him to convince Jen their
young love was meant to be.
“On a Field, Sable” by Diana Peterfreund
the shocking events of Ascendant, what awaits the unicorn hunter
Melissende Holtz on the mountaintop where she watched her comrades fall?
“The Language of Flowers” by Rhonda Stapleton
a clerk at her aunt's flower shop, starts getting her own romantic
surprises -- flowers with a special secret meaning. Can she bury her
longstanding unrequited crush on her best friend’s brother to take a
chance on mysterious love?
“Dating After Dark (With Clowns)” by Tawny Stokes
teenage exorcist Caden Butcher wants is a demon-free night to take his
new girl to the spring fair. Is that too much to ask for?
“Sometime” by Alicia Street
mythology buff Terry Conn finally gets the after-school museum job she
wanted so badly, but who knew those ancient dragon figures would dredge
up images of a past she only half-remembered? Or that drool-worthy
Jerrod Pierce would be part of it?
Collectively, the thirteen
authors in Eternal Spring have published over 90 books, and have
received or have been nominated for several prestigious awards,
including the RITA, the Golden Heart, the Daphne du Maurier Award of
Excellence in Mystery and Suspense, the Jasmine, the Maggie, PASIC’s
Book of Your Heart contest, the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, the
Cybil Award for Best Young Adult Fiction, the EPIC e-book Award, the
Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award, and the New York Public Library’s
Books for the Teen Age list.