The Green's Hill Novellas
by Amy Lane
June 14, 2016
Available in: Paperback, e-Book
A Green's Hill Collection
Companion to the Little Goddess Series
Welcome to Green's Hill, a small, secret collective of the fey, furry, and undead, existing unnoticed in the California foothills for over a hundred and fifty years. Whether your passion is exotic were-animals, angels, elves, or vampires, you can find them here---although things are changing on the hill.
Bound by love and honor, Cory, Green, and Adrian work to give their followers a home---but they have no idea that the effects of their true love will spread like ripples in a pond.
Be prepared for the unexpected, and ready for enchantment---you never know who will be awakened to the romantic possibilities of a vampire, a sorceress, or a pansexual elf who finds power in the force of love.
This anthology includes:
Litha's Constant Whim
It is on Litha that Whim meets Charlie, and their vows to return next Litha and finish what they started launch a thirteen-year tradition of celebration.
FirstEdition published by Dreamspinner Press, June2010.
I Love You, Asshole!
It's a good thing vampires live forever, because it might take Marcus that long to convince Phillip that gender lines are for the living.
First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, May 2011.
Guarding the Vampire's Ghost
An accident of divine politics has put Adrian, a twice-dead vampire, in heaven and under the care of angels Shepherd and Jefischa.
First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, October 2010.
Amy Lane has two kids who are mostly grown, two kids who aren’t, three cats, and two Chi-who-whats at large. She lives in a crumbling crapmansion with most of the children and a bemused spouse. She also has too damned much yarn, a penchant for action adventure movies, and a need to know that somewhere in all the pain is a story of Wuv, Twu Wuv, which she continues to believe in to this day! She writes fantasy, urban fantasy, and gay romance—and if you accidentally make eye contact, she’ll bore you to tears with why those three genres go together. She’ll also tell you that sacrifices, large and small, are worth the urge to write.