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Stories from Suffragette City

A collection of short stories from a chorus of bestselling writers all set on the same day, October 23, 1915, in which over a million women marched for the right to vote in New York City with an introduction by Kristin Hannah.

Stories From Suffragette City is a collection of short stories from the leading voices in historical fiction that all take place on a single day. The day one million women marched for the right to vote in New York City in 1915. A day filled with a million different stories, and a million different voices longing to be heard. Taken together, these stories from writers at the top of their bestselling game become a chorus, stitching together a portrait of a country looking for a fight, and echo into a resounding force strong enough to break even the most stubborn of glass ceilings.

"A landmark 1915 protest for women’s suffrage is the setting for the dozen short stories in this rousing anthology...A diverse range of vivid characters brings human faces to a historical protest march."
--Kirkus Reviews

The Elopement

If you had to decide between passion and contentment, which would you choose?

In Victorian New York City, a young woman finds herself torn between two men. The respectable choice, Michael Bayley, is such an appropriate suitor, and when she is with him, she is a better woman. He is nothing like her lover, who is seductive and thrillingly cruel, freeing her to say and do the most wicked things. So when both men ask for her hand in marriage, she knows her decision will define who she is and determine who she will become. Will she choose the man who offers her an upstanding life in the approving company of New York society? Or will she choose the man who fills her with uncontrollable passion? This is a powerful coming-of-age tale filled with desire and indecision, where the choice of who to marry is the most important choice of all.

Tales of the Fianna: The Gift of the Deer

For readers of Megan Chance's The Fianna Trilogy:

 

In The Gift of the Deer, the leader of the Fianna, Finn MacCool, encounters a magical deer on the run from a most dangerous Druid, and finds a love that changes his life, and his leadership, forever.

 

In these short stories, Megan Chance retells the some of the most famous myths of the Fianna warriors in ancient Ireland, long before the events depicted in The Fianna Trilogy, accompanied with illustrations by artist and illustrator, Robyn Chance.

ISBN: 978-1-936632-09-1

Tales of the Fianna: The Lovespot

For readers of Megan Chance's The Fianna Trilogy:

 

While hunting a mythical stag, Diarmid Ua Duibhne and his fellow warriors stumble upon a mysterious croft where they encounter a very curious power. The Lovespot tells the story of how Diarmid got the ball seirce, which makes any girl who sees it fall in love with him—a gift of favor that not only changes Diarmid’s life, but his destiny.

 

In these short stories, Megan Chance retells the some of the most famous myths of the Fianna warriors in ancient Ireland, long before the events depicted in The Fianna Trilogy, accompanied with illustrations by artist and illustrator, Robyn Chance.

ISBN: 978-1-936632-08-4

Tales of the Fianna: The Fair-Haired Girl

For readers of Megan Chance's The Fianna Trilogy:

 

When the best warrior of the Fianna, Oscar, son of Ossian, runs into a strange woman in the wood and is issued a fateful challenge, he discovers that battle may not be his favorite thing after all.

 

In these short stories, Megan Chance retells the some of the most famous myths of the Fianna warriors in ancient Ireland, long before the events depicted in The Fianna Trilogy, accompanied with illustrations by artist and illustrator, Robyn Chance.

ISBN: 978-1-936632-10-7

Tales of the Fianna: Underwave's Daughter

For readers of Megan Chance's The Fianna Trilogy:

 

Diarmid Ua Duibhne’s act of mercy to an enchanted hag leads to a quest that takes him far beyond the borders of Ireland, into the mysterious world of Underwave, where he learns that love is anything but simple.

 

In these short stories, Megan Chance retells the some of the most famous myths of the Fianna warriors in ancient Ireland, long before the events depicted in The Fianna Trilogy, accompanied with illustrations by artist and illustrator, Robyn Chance.

ISBN: 978-1-936632-11-4

 
 
 
 
 
 
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