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 The book world has introduced me to more things than just good books. It’s also introduced me to good music. I had never head of Thousand Foot Krutch until Penelope Douglas mentioned them in one of her books. I loved all the other songs she wrote about so I looked them up. Instantly I was in love and downloaded a few of their albums.   If you’ve read  Last Chance , you know their song  So Far Gone  plays a huge role in that book, but I actually wrote  Sparks Fly  before I even started  Last Chance . Originally this was a novella, just something fun for people to read. After I mulled the idea around in my head some more, I decided to take this novella into a full length story. I truly hope you enjoyed reading about Sage and Everly’s journey for Change.   After I wrote the novella, I listened to a song of theirs called  Fly on the Wall  and seriously had to pause and reflect on the huge neon sign flashing in my head. I’m a true believe of everything happens for a reason and if you pay attention there are signs everywhere. Well, this song says:   I wanna live, I wanna be the change We can all be kings and queens If we can just learn to believe If we can just learn to believe    - Fly on the Wall  by Thousand Foot Krutch   Just the mention of kings and queens along with change in a Thousand Foot Krutch song made me giddy. If that’s not a sign I don’t know what is. ;-)

The book world has introduced me to more things than just good books. It’s also introduced me to good music. I had never head of Thousand Foot Krutch until Penelope Douglas mentioned them in one of her books. I loved all the other songs she wrote about so I looked them up. Instantly I was in love and downloaded a few of their albums. 

If you’ve read Last Chance, you know their song So Far Gone plays a huge role in that book, but I actually wrote Sparks Fly before I even started Last Chance. Originally this was a novella, just something fun for people to read. After I mulled the idea around in my head some more, I decided to take this novella into a full length story. I truly hope you enjoyed reading about Sage and Everly’s journey for Change. 

After I wrote the novella, I listened to a song of theirs called Fly on the Wall and seriously had to pause and reflect on the huge neon sign flashing in my head. I’m a true believe of everything happens for a reason and if you pay attention there are signs everywhere. Well, this song says:

I wanna live, I wanna be the change
We can all be kings and queens
If we can just learn to believe
If we can just learn to believe

-Fly on the Wall by Thousand Foot Krutch 

Just the mention of kings and queens along with change in a Thousand Foot Krutch song made me giddy. If that’s not a sign I don’t know what is. ;-)

Synopsis

Everly wasn’t excited over her impending meeting with the enigmatic Prince Sage. Being one of only four women from whom the Prince gets to choose in marriage was never something she valued. Her goal was to politely and elegantly remove herself from a forced wedding due to long standing traditions. Handsome Prince or not, she won’t marry for anything but love. 

Once Sage proceeds to the next candidate, Everly finally feels she can move forward with her life. On her own terms. That is, until she receives a mysterious request, asking her to solve a riddle, taking her on a night she’ll never forget.

A fervent adventure ensues, and attraction builds as the excitement of the night unfolds. Sparks fly in more ways than one just as she finds out who’s stealing her heart.


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