Have You Been Flashed?
It's the question Stephanie Burke is asking. Stephanie is a multi-published, multi-award-winning wife and mother of two whose unparalleled imagination causes her no end of trouble. From sex shifting shape-shifting dragons to undersea worlds, up to sexually confused elemental fey and homoerotic mysteries, all the way to pastel challenged urban sprites, Stephanie has done it all, and hopes to do more.
Stephanie is co-founder of the charitable organization Write 4 Hope, co-creator of the Japanese Culture and Anime Convention Mikomicon, home-school mom, English tutor, an orator on her favorite subject of writing and world building, a sometimes teacher when you feed her enough coffee and donuts, an anime nut, a costumer, and a frequent guest of various sci-fi and writing cons where she can be found leading panel discussions or researching more and varied legends and theories to improve her writing skills.
Stephanie is known for her love of the outrageous, strong female characters, believable worlds, male characters filled with depth, and interracial that make the reader sit up and take notice.
You can find Stephanie at TheFlashcat.net Facebook.com/TheFlashCat Theflashcat.tumblr.com
How Not to Date a Centaur (How Not To)by Stephanie Burke
Now she is their goddess and under the protection of two very regal male warrior partners, Zeethan and Xaylu, and struggling to learn
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Good girl Kiara Stone only wanted to have a little fun for once in her life, and parachuting over Cambodia seemed like a thrill. But crash landing through a mountain and landing in the land of the centaurs was almost too much.
Now she is their goddess and under the protection of two very regal male warrior partners, Zeethan and Xaylu, and struggling to learn a new culture as foreign to her as her ways are to them. Hopefully she can learn fast enough not to start a war, destroy their whole belief system, and learn to date a pair of centaurs, because it looks like there is no returning home.
Praise for How Not to Date a Centaur
"This was a really fun book... Ms. Burke manages to make this all seem possible in a fantastical sort of way right from the start, with some really funny parts as the three become accustomed to each other."
-- 4 Hearts from Amy, The Romance Studio
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BISEXUAL story, sexy plot no intrigue
There was a story, but even the author was bored by it. This is basically rush of writing. The potential for the story was very apparent, but the pace rushes one by to the end with one wondering what went wrong.