Mary is the author of several short stories, including the short fiction series SYMPHONiCity. She's also the author of Dark Lightning, a serial novel being released in weekly episodes on her website. She holds a BA in Anthropology, and when she’s not writing or looking after her family, she's usually reading, traveling, or visiting museums to ogle the dusty artifacts. She resides in the Chicago area.
SYMPHONiCity 2by Mary L. Farmer
Audrey Parker’s in total panic mode. She has just two hours to get ready for her highly anticipated date with hip-hop star Marcus “FeReN-Z” Durham, and she can’t seem to find the right dress. Sherri, her employee and cynical friend, isn’t being much help. Things look hopeless until her bra gets snagged in some hangers and the retail… See more details below
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Audrey Parker’s in total panic mode. She has just two hours to get ready for her highly anticipated date with hip-hop star Marcus “FeReN-Z” Durham, and she can’t seem to find the right dress. Sherri, her employee and cynical friend, isn’t being much help. Things look hopeless until her bra gets snagged in some hangers and the retail gods smile upon her, delivering a fashion miracle. But after Audrey and Marcus arrive at the swank Sixteen restaurant in Chicago’s Trump Tower, their date takes a couple of unplanned turns until someone winds up face down in a pile of fried crawfish…
SYMPHONiCity 2, Loose Ends…the brand new installment in the engaging SYMPHONiCity short fiction series following the exploits of independent coffee shop owner Audrey Parker—a young woman looking for love, fortune and a little bit of fun while she searches for the means to preserve her struggling business. Content: Strong language.
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I loved this story. The security man was biaos. Funny!!!! Great job. J... :-@
this seems like it could be a good story but it is very annoying to only get one chapter at a time! two free "books" are only two chapters. and when I searched, I couldn't find the whole book to buy.
I read the first one and this one in under an hour. About 100 pgs for both combined. Basically like the author is publishing chapters as short story books. Honestly, I think it would be better if the author would just wait and publish it all at once, do a little more development and make it a little more believable instead of so choppy.
This was even better than the first story. I can't wait for the rest of the series. Lots of comedy. Romance. Everything you could want. Surpasses all expectations. All I have to say is write faster, I need more of this story. Now