Spotlight & Teasers: Blackbird & Lonewolff by Fran Seen

Book Blurb

Fans of MTV's Catfish will adore this sweeping romance about one girl's journey to locate her favorite internet stranger. 

DollyWOOD: I don’t understand. I don’t understand why you don’t want to meet me. You chat with me every single day. Why wouldn’t you want to talk to me in person?

Blackbird: I love chatting with you. But my life is different from yours in ways you can’t possibly understand. People expect certain things of me, and if I do what I want, I disappoint them. If I do what they want, I disappoint you. It’s a lose-lose scenario.

DollyWOOD: I ‘couldn’t possibly understand’? You can’t be serious. You’re my best friend. What am I to you?

Blackbird: What it boils down to is: this friendship cannot leave this chat box. 

Six years ago, I met Blackbird on an internet forum, drawn in by our shared interest: cemetery porn. We chatted every single day, until Blackbird vanished, leaving no indication he ever existed at all.

Armed with only a name and mailing address, I journey to Cherokee, North Carolina, home of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, to discover if Blackbird is alive. What I uncover in the land of blue smoke is beyond anything I imagined, and the faceless stranger on the other side of my computer screen is a harborer of puzzling secrets and unsavory truths.

Should I sever our connection for good?

Or should I stay and weave my way through Cherokee culture and tradition, in hopes of unearthing the man behind the keyboard?

At 35K words, this novella is part of Fran Seen's Online Romance series and can be read as a stand-alone. 



Book Blurb

Fans of MTV's Catfish will adore this steamy romance about the consequences of lying to strangers online.

My name is Ellie Faye.
I am a deceiver of internet strangers. 

Caught between the shadows of functioning as my high school's social pariah and the illumination of my computer screen, I assumed countless online personas. My one rule: like Cinderella, my fairytale identities abided by a strict curfew.

My fallacies began and ended within the same day--until I accepted a chat request from LoneWolff. He was a collection of secrets the two of us could only whisper through keystrokes. The fabrications I wove into our connection tangled and twisted for two years, for I treasured LoneWolff the way forbidden things were always treasured: in secret and with unbridled greed. 

The fateful day arrived, when LoneWolff unravelled my prickliest lie, and in a torrent of curses, assured me our relationship was over. 

But our story was far from concluded.
And neither of us can hide behind our computer screens anymore.



Author Info

Fran Seen
Author of the Online Romance Series. Writer. Reader.

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