Falling for the Villain

Being a superhero is hard enough…Don’t fall for your arch nemesis. College junior Aubree Klein stays busy with a full course load, work, and protecting River City from villains as flame-wielding superhero Blue Nova. The last thing she needs is more time with her arch enemy, the evil super genius Dr. Vile. Using his malicious inventions to inflict destruction on the city, Dr. Vile knows just how to get under Aubree’s skin. But when a new and even more powerful villain threatens the city, there’s only one person she can turn to for help. As the temporary allies get closer, they find that identities aren’t the only secrets being kept, and their mutual hatred may have been masking something else all along. With the fate of the city hanging in the balance, will the tense partnership last? And will Aubree find a way to combat her conflicting feelings for the one person she swore to despise?

Meet Kim Elliott

Kim Elliott lives in Langley, British Columbia with her husband, two busy kids, and a sleepy dog named Marley. When she isn’t writing stories, she enjoys watching singing competitions on TV, eating donuts, and going shopping for jeans. (That last one was a blatant lie.) ​Kim is addicted to that butterfly feeling when two characters who are perfect for each other finally realize it. She has a particular soft spot for tough guys who are secretly cinnamon rolls on the inside. If you crave that tingle of excitement you get when reading about two people on the verge of falling in love, her books might be for you!

Immortality: This is Probably a Novel

Chester, an investigative journalist, is in fear of his life and hides out in a remote part of New Zealand, 12,000 miles from Kate, the woman he loves. His quiet life is interrupted when a stranger knocks on his door and transports him to the world’s best kept secret. True to his training, he keeps a diary of his perplexing experiences, all of which he dismisses as impossible. As his life becomes more alarming, his longing to see Kate grows. Yet how can he explain to her what he can’t bring himself to believe? After she reads his diary, she becomes his lifeline helping him to understand that he must warn others of the danger, just as a lighthouse does.“… packed such a punch… you’ll love watching Chester’s world slowly unravel.” Amazon Customer“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” —Mark TwainAlso includes questions possibly useful for Book Clubs