My latest romance short story, "From a Dry, Bitter Stream Comes the Sweetest of Fountains," in now available in Heart's Kiss magazine. The editors call this story, "a great story about female empowerment in a time when women had no voice unless they met the right partner."
Romance fans, do yourself a favor and get this terrific magazine.
I love all of my stories. They're my babies, and God help you if you say one of them is ugly.
But if I'm picking favorites, "A Wheelchair and a Unicycle in Faneuil Hall" is definitely one of them. It's a romantic suspense, so I'm hoping all you romance fans AND all you suspense fans will like it. It's now available in the terrific magazine, Heart's Kiss.
Sportswriter Olivia Turnbull covers the Blades, Boston’s professional hockey team. She'd never break the taboo against dating one of the players. The temptation never even crosses her mind.
Until, that is, the Blades trade for Chad Finnegan. She and Chad enjoyed a torrid love affair during their college days and when he arrives, one look dooms them both.
Their love breaks all the rules, but the forbidden fruit tastes too sweet until they learn that it could cost them everything.
After giving up the worst goal of his NHL career and at the worst possible time – overtime of the Stanley Cup Championship Game 7 -- Tyler McKenzie flees to Africa. But even a safari into the famed Serengeti can’t wipe away the sting of his failure. He sees it everywhere he looks.
Except when he looks into the eyes of Angie Smolinski, an outspoken, bull-in-the-china-shop firecracker he finds far more interesting than any of the beauties back home.
They fall head over heels for each other until the firecracker explodes like a bomb.
"David H. Hendrickson is one of my favorite writers." -- USA Today bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch