|Stories for Amanda|
by Amanda Todd Legacy Society
16 of the most popular and bestselling authors in Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance and Young Adult have come together in support of the fight against bullying. Each has contributed a new short stories or missing scenes from their most popular series for this very worthy cause. Amanda Todd was a young girl who was lured into a bad decision by a cyber-stalker and then mercilessly targeted online and in real life over and over again, until it became too much for her to handle and she ended her life in October of 2012. She wanted to help other kids by sharing her story and letting them know they should never be punished for who they are or for making a mistake.
AmandaToddLegacy.org is an organization that reaches out to kids in need, educates about the harmful effects of bullying and provides resources that can make a real difference. 100% of the proceeds from sale of this authorized anthology will be donated toward that vision. If you are being bullied, please stay strong and get help. Someone does care. More about Amanda Todd Legacy Foundation visit www.amandatoddlegacy.org
PIE LOVE YOU by Nina Lane:
College student Josh Piper works in his father's pie shop, but he doesn't like pie. Or college, for that matter. And now his best friend Penny Dove is in love with a guy Josh doesn't even know.
Apple pie, medieval history, a stuffed pink rabbit, private detectives, and a dramatic County Fair Bake-Off all weave together in PIE LOVE YOU, a sweet Spiral of Bliss short story about discovering that dreams are closer than we think.
PIE LOVE YOU
by Nina Lane
Chocolate pies topped with mountains of whipped cream. Spicy pumpkin pies. Apple pies with gooey, cinnamon fillings. Tart lemon meringue pies. Cheese pies. Berry pies. Brownie pies. Rhubarb pies.
Josh Piper slid a key lime pie into the cold case and calculated he’d have to make five more custard pies tomorrow morning. Like the number pi, Josh thought that pie was also a mathematical constant. Always there. Unchanging. He’d lived most of his nineteen years in his father’s pie shop. A life of pie.
Josh figured that if he knew the meaning of pi, he’d at least learned something in his first year at King’s University. Not that he knew how pi was at all relevant to… well, anything.
Pie either, for that matter.