Series of the Week – Carver High Short Series by Linda Leigh Hargrove

Dancing on the Moon (Book 1)
Dr. Katrina Mason loves teaching college math. It’s a rewarding departure from her past vocation as a stripper. When an abusive relationship forces her to take a job at a high school in another state, she’s pleasantly surprised how much she enjoys it. That is, until she gets a lewd unsigned note to the school’s Valentine dance using her old stage name. When handsome Principal Nate Thomas finds out about her provocative past, will he be inviting her to leave the job? In the end, what Nate teaches Katrina about love will have her feeling like she’s dancing on the moon.

NOTE: This short story is one of the stories in Ty Moody’s Love Knows My Name (2019) Anthology. I’m reprinting it with her permission.

Catch a Falling Star (Book 2)
This short story is a sequel to Dancing on the Moon.

Mae Richards is a washed-up high school track coach in crisis. Should she quit something she loves doing (coaching track) because she’s no longer winning? When one of her track stars gets pregnant, Mae’s feelings of failure magnify. She’s reminded of her own crisis pregnancy in college that almost ended and brought her own track stardom to an end. The sudden appearance of her old college flame Harrison Perry at Carver sends her reeling. Back in their college track days, Harrison had proposed marriage but she’d turned him down … and lived to regret it. He knows nothing about the baby she aborted. She’s certain if he knew, he’d reject her just like he rejected him all those years ago.

Entertaining Angels (Book 3)
This is the third installment in the Carver High short story series

Former Carver High art teacher Onyx Brown has two plans this Christmas break: Make money and stay so busy she doesn’t have time to think the tough choice she made six years ago. There are no stockings hung on the chimney with care because she couldn’t give a care! This Christmas means one thing for her: being depressed about her lost dreams of having a music career.

Then she meets Sean “Tank” Jones and things change. He’s an investor with an eye out for new music talent for his indie label. He’s cute and funny but the brother has more baggage than Marco Polo. Tank’s set his sights on her elderly sax-playing uncle so Onyx is determined to get to the bottom of angel’s entertainment scheme in this Christmas-themed short story.


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