Today is release day for the paperback edition of Strangers on a Train. This collection was born when Ruthie Knox and Samantha Hunter started riffing on Twitter about a Tumblr featuring photos of unsuspecting sexy male commuters on trains. I joined in, we recruited Donna and Meg to join us, and none of us will ever look at Amtrak the same way again.
This is the first time all five stories have been available for purchase in one volume (it’s on sale right now at Samhain).
There’s an excerpt from Ticket Home below, and I’ll select one random commenter to win a digital ebook copy of any one of the five Strangers on a Train stories (You don’t have to pick Ticket Home—if you don’t, I’ll just assume you’ve already read and loved it :-)).
Contest is open to those 18 and up to whom I can gift an ebook via Amazon or Barnes & Noble (usually U.S. and Canada).
This contest is now closed. Justine is the winner! Thanks to everyone who visited.
Romancing the rails…
Tight Quarters by Samantha Hunter
Reid isn’t happy about the mix-up that saddles him with a claustrophobic roommate on his New York train tour. Then his weekend with Brenna progresses to a weekend fling…
Ticket Home by Serena Bell
Encountering her workaholic ex on her commuter train is the surprise of Amy’s life. Especially since Jeff seems hell-bent on winning her back. A Dear Author Recommended Read.
Thank You for Riding by Meg Maguire
At the end of Caitlin’s commute, her extended flirtation with a handsome stranger finds them facing a frigid winter night locked in an unheated subway station.
Back on Track by Donna Cummings
A wine tour isn’t enough to take Matt’s mind off his baseball slump—until sexy, funny Allie plops into the adjacent seat and tells him three things about herself. One of them, she says, is a lie. Then Allie lets slip one truth too many…
Big Boy by Ruthie Knox
Mandy doesn’t want romance, but monthly role-playing dates with her stranger on a train—each to a different time period—become the erotic escape she desperately needs. And a soul connection she never expected.