Book: HOME SCHOOLING - The Fire Night Ball by Anne Carlislecategories: Book, Mystery, Sirens, Alpha Male, Women's Fiction, Erotic Fiction, Seventies, LGBT, Comedy, Historical Romance, Literary, Paranormal Romance
Anne Carlisleabout this book: My trilogy HOME SCHOOLING is about the magical power of storytelling to change lives. The debut novel, HOME SCHOOLING: The Fire Night Ball, has been published by BookLocker. A gifted architect encounters a family curse and a journey of decision during a family reunion (a dwindling line of sirens!). It's the Seventies, at the height of the sexual revolution and feminism, and this siren has a human problem: an obsession with a married lover and an unplanned pregnancy. After hearing the story of an ancestral siren, she changes her mind about a lot of things. (The ancestral story of the origin of the curse will be told in the second book, The Siren's Tale). In a few months the book has received 4 and 5 star reviews (six of them) on Goodreads and other legitimate review sites. Here's a sampling:
• "Home Schooling: The Fire Night Ball has a lot going for it. It's well-written; incorporates funny character names (Sarah Bellum); employs lots of wit; presents good, distinct characters; and the conversation sounds reasonable, like what the characters would say. It's cerebral romance, very well done and whatever the genre is, I enjoyed it. I care enough about the characters to want to know What Happens Next. This is one of very few books I've read recently where I'll be looking up the sequel. Recommended." — K. A. Krisko, reviewed on Goodreads
• "The climax to the story boils to fever pitch as everyone in town anticipates Chloe Vye's annual Christmas Fire Night Ball, and it doesn't disappoint. The many twist and turns will leave you gasping and laughing. Kudos to the author on a fine job." — EK Ellis, reviewed on Authorsden
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