Dust and Kisses: A Seeders Universe Prequel Novel
USA Today bestselling writer Dean Wesley Smith weaves a tale of survival in a devastated future world.
When Carey Noack returns to the ruined Portland, Oregon, hoping to meet other survivors after three years of living alone, she doesn't expect the man of her dreams.
At first, Matt Ladel, the only person living in the old city, thinks he imagined the beautiful woman weaving through dead cars. Then he finds the reality behind the fantasy.
Suddenly, the two experts in survival and living alone must learn to work together, and trust again, in the face of an even greater danger.
A novel of hope and a new future, Dust and Kisses is the prequel novel to Dean Wesley Smith's popular Seeders Universe series.
- Publisher: Wmg Publishing, Inc.
- Publish Date: Apr 22nd, 2020
- Pages: 238
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 7.00in - 4.37in - 0.60in - 0.36lb
- EAN: 9781561462476
- Categories: • Science Fiction - Apocalyptic & Post-Apocalyptic• Science Fiction - Action & Adventure• Romance - Science Fiction
About the Author
"In 'A Ghost of Time' by Dean Wesley Smith, the author weaves a tale of time travel intrigue. This is no mean feat to pull off on top of a romance paranormal Christmas tale!"
--Astroguyz on Fiction River: Christmas Ghosts
"[The Poker Boy] series is unlike anything else out there. It's quirky and a lot of fun."
"Thunder Mountain by Dean Wesley Smith is one of those reads that defies genre classification. Take some romance, throw in a little bit of historical fiction and add a dash of time travel and science fiction and you have the basis for this interesting story. ... The premise for Thunder Mountain is intriguing and will appeal to fans of both historical and science fiction. This is an easy, light read, and I am interested in revisiting these characters on their future adventures."
"This story and reading pace moves along quickly. This is an entertaining story and I recommend it to readers who enjoy a fun time travel to the old west with romantic element."
--Martha's Bookshelf on Thunder Mountain
"...Dean Wesley Smith draws a royal straight flush by making the hand he deals readers seem possible with this exhilarating political poker thriller..."
--The Midwest Book Review on Dead Money