Lost Letters Anthology

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Nia Farrell is a four-times Golden Flogger Finalist, a founding member of the Wicked Pens, and a multi-genre author who is published in nonfiction, poetry, music, articles, and children's books, with one documentary screenplay under her literary belt. She had nine nominations in the 2016 Summer Indie Book Awards; her BDSM MMF ménage erotic historical As Wicked as You Want was voted #1 Erotica and #10 overall in The 50 Best Indie Books of 2016, and Pride and Punishment was voted Best Historical Romance in the 2017 Menages Romance Readers Favorites!

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Lost Letters anthology, an Amazon #1 bestseller from the writing teams of Brian McCord and Christina McCord, S.I. Carpenter and Anne Rainey, Claire Marta & Nia Farrell, and MC Baker and Alannah Lawrence.

Cover by Scott Carpenter

 

How will you feel when you discover the truth of a long-lost secret?

 

Release Date 28 September 2023

 

Universal Buy Link https://books2read.com/LostLetters

Amazon Universal Link https://bit.ly/Lost_Letters

Amazon US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0C331W5Q1

Amazon UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0C331W5Q1

Goodreads: https://bit.ly/LostLettersGR

BookBub: https://bit.ly/LostLettersBB

 

 

Lost Letters includes

Someday

A military sweet romance by Claire Marta and Nia Farrell

Someday teasers and excerpt: https://bit.ly/LostLettersWP

 

 

Letters from home bolster a soldier fighting on the frontline.

 

Set in World War II, a US Army engineer in France and his fiancée in Illinois share news and memories, dreaming of the day when they can finally be together.

 

 

Excerpt:

Dearest Rob,

I hope my letter finds you safe. It’s already October, and last weekend I made a pumpkin pie. I wish I could send you a slice. Papa says I’ll have to bake you one when you come home. 

Nothing much has changed here. Our corner of the world feels barely touched by the war compared to what others have suffered. It’s only the absence of the young men that makes it real.

I’m sad to be the bearer of bad news, but your parents’ neighbor, Mrs. Cross, received word that both her sons were killed in the war mere days apart. I don’t know the details, but she’s heartbroken over losing Paul and Frank. She hasn’t been the only one to receive bad news. Promise you’ll come home to me, Rob. Promise me you’ll be careful and stay safe. I can’t imagine my life without you. I miss you so much….

 

 

 

 

 

 




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