August - First Harvest of Grains

Hey, everyone

So sorry about this but it appears everyone apart from S.H. Pratt is on vacation! Whilst that is good for her, I just wish I could show you more.

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Until next time, take care and stay healthy!


Get Away Closer AND Beyond the Dark by S.H. Pratt

Don't forget that Beyond the Dark and Get Away Closer are both on #KU through the summer. If you're a KU subscriber, you can read these two RONE Award finalist, 5-star stories and fall in love with Malaki & Emsley or Charlie & Lanie.

“You only get one chance to make a first impression.”

When Charlie Lawrence meets his neighbor, it’s not good.

Lanie Kelly is a small town girl who loves contemporary rock n’ roll; lives the night owl life; and craves peace and quiet.

Charlie is a city boy who loves country western music; sunrise walks with his dogs; and woodworking with his collection of power tools.

They share a driveway and little else.

Sparks fly as summer heats up and a thunderstorm drops a tree on Charlie’s house. As their relationship begins to blossom, a fifty year old family feud and a toxic ex-lover test its strength.

With hearts and homes on the line, Lanie and Charlie must decide to give up or…

Get Away Closer.

Malaki James knows the darkest recesses of life – knows the terrors lurking there. He’d fled the Pacific Northwest in an attempt to elude the horrors that had plagued him since childhood, vowing never to return. When life’s cruelty forces Malaki back to Washington State, he finds an unexpected light in Emsley.

Emsley Dalton is no stranger to life’s dark twists. Struggling to find release from the vows that hold her bound and the soul-deep agony of loss, she finds herself wholly unprepared for the nightmare looming over Malaki.

Fighting to overcome deep scars of his past and present, Malaki finds an ally in Emsley, her warmth is a beacon in the deepest of his darkest nightmares. Drawn to the emotionally battered man she knows Malaki to be, Emsley finds a new purpose in the void her life had become. But can they find a way through the nightmare?

Together, there is always light Beyond the Dark.