Romance Writers Say “We Love NY”

Posted on Feb 22 2013 - 8:34pm by Meredith Collins

We LOVE Doing Good (at Least When it Means Reading Romance)…

Beloved ménage writer, Trinity Blacio, and romance publishing maven, Lori Perkins, have teamed up to help victims of Hurricane Sandy and share their love of the unconquerable New York City at the same time. They’ve edited an anthology of romance stories that not only climbs the scale from sweet and cuddly to red hot, but each story reflects a little bit of NYC. Many of the authors are building from their own New York connections or history. From strangers falling for each other on a hot rooftop during a summer blackout (in Joy Daniel’s “Lights Out”) to the point of view of a newly besotted restauranteur (like we see in Tony Ward’s “Red Velvet Cake”) each of these stories is uniquely New York and uniquely sexy. Though some time has passed since that historic storm, we all know that many parts of New York are still working hard every day to rebuild and recover.

The anthology offers something for everyone including pairings (and groups for all the Blacio fans out there) of men and women, men together, women together, and even a few more unusual couples: stripper shifters (“The Secret in his Eyes” by F. L. Bicknell) and a woman who falls in love with a magical book (“For the Love of a Book” by O.M. Grey). These stories span across genres but always come back around to irresistible romance.

The anthology is available for all Ereaders from the publisher the publisher or on AMAZON and no matter where you buy it, a percentage of the proceeds go to the Red Cross to support they work they are still doing to help offer relief to those affected by Hurricane Sandy.What a delightful way to help the city of so many iconic love stories get back on its feet.

About the Author

Meredith Collins is a book nerd with more than a few guilty pleasures, among them sweet potato fries, trashy fiction, hard cider and all things Victorian. She is owned by three beautiful cats who try to keep her from writing on a daily basis. Somehow she manages because she writes hard cider reviews at AlongCameCider and contributes articles to a number of online publications. Catch up with all of her obsessions on Pinterest

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  1. Trinity Blacio February 27, 2013 at 12:01 pm - Reply

    Thank you I hope everyone enjoys it.

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