Sarah Mylnowski Release eBook Shorts

Adult and YA fans of Sarah Mylonowski don’t have to bother with the physical book or even an ereader. The author has recently released 4 new titles as eshorts. Two titles, Know It All and A Little Bit Broken, are for adults while the other two, Cruisin and A Nice Fling Is Hard to Find, are for teens. Each book is only 99 cents and are available on B&N and Amazon.

I couldn’t find anything about the adult stories, but here are descriptions of the YA stories.

Cruising

From the critically acclaimed author of Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn’t Have) and the Magic in Manhattan series comes a fun short story about taking the plunge on the high seas, where not everything is what it seems.

Kristin is ready to take the next step. . . . The only problem is she hasn’t found the right guy to take it with her. That’s why she agreed to go on the ominously named Cruise to Nowhere with her best friend, Liz. There are plenty of cute guys on the ship to choose from if only Kristin can work up the nerve—and stop worrying about the reports in the tabloids that passengers on cruises have been mysteriously disappearing and that someone suspects it has to do with . . . vampires.

Genre: YA

Goodreads

A Nice Fling Is Hard to Find

Lindsay is on a summer teen tour to France and she’s determined to have a fling before she comes home. And not with a fellow American. No, she’s only considering boys with foreign accents. Will she find her Jacques or Jean-Claude who will look deep into her eyes and feed her Brie on baguettes?

From Paris, to Versailles, to the Alps and the Riviera, join Lindsay and her friends on a hilarious adventure abroad. First published in an anthology called FIREWORKS, A Nice Fling is Hard to Find has never been available as an e-book. About 60 pages long, it’s a romantic trip to the land of love.

Genre: YA

Goodreads

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