Finding Nora- A Searcher’s Novella By Ripley Proserpina
Thanks to After Glows Publishing blog for hosting me for as a guest this week. I’m really excited to share book 1.5 in The Searchers series, Finding Nora, with you. A little bit about my story. First off, it’s different. Let me explain— I’m not a huge fan of love triangles, especially when all the guys turn out to be sweet and loving and have the girl’s best interest at heart. It just never seemed fair that one guy gets the girl and the other doesn’t. Don’t get me wrong, I love a love triangle when one guy turns out to be a super villain or a clone— oh! Or maybe a cyborg! Someone should write that book! Anyhoo— in my world, when both guys are equally awesome, it sort of breaks my heart when the main character has to choose between them. There are even times when I don’t like the person the MC chooses.
The Searchers is a reverse harem love story. The main character, Nora, falls in love with a number of guys who are all friends. And then, because she can’t choose, and none of them are willing to step aside, nor are they willing to let her go, they enter into a unique sort of relationship. One where she is the center of their universe.
Intrigued? I hope so. Here’s the blurb for the novella. If you’re interested, I hope you’ll follow along on Nora and her guys’ journey. The first book, Finding Honor, is available as an ebook and paperback, and the next full length book, Finding Valor, will be released March 7th!
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Can Nora deserve the love she’s found? Lost, angry, and with zero options, she worries she’ll sabotage the best thing to ever happen to her.
When Apollo, Ryan, Matisse, Seok and Cai decide they love her, Nora is poised for happiness. No one has ever supported her dreams or encouraged her to trust herself before.
Embarking on a relationship none of them ever expected, the challenges to their burgeoning love begin right away. In order to pay for college, Nora agrees to take part in an experiment with renowned psychologist, Daniel Murray.
But there is more to this study than what she read in the fine print. After a test goes wrong, Nora’s guys want her to quit, but it isn’t as easy as handing in her resignation. No one has forgotten her involvement in a school shooting at a local high school, and between the experiment and her inability to find work, she’s leaning more heavily on the guys than she imagined. Fearfully, she watches for their growing resentment.
Will she and the guys be able to make their love work? Or is it doomed, like every other bit of happiness Nora ever had?