Storm Cells 1: A Difficult Date With A Rock Star

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  February 14 falling in the middle of a Jackal tour complicates everything. Jack has a date with a lucky fan who won a radio contest, and with a show that night, it's beginning to look like he and Marissa may not have their own date on Valentine's Day.

STORM CELLS is a collection of sexy novelettes/storyline extras about Jack & Marissa in the Six Silver Strings Series by Lisa Gillis

What if I haven’t read the G-String Set? 

The Storm Cells novelettes can stand alone, but are meant to enhance the above series and contain references to story lines in the series. 

How many are there? 

Three in the collection at this time. Readers asked for more of some story lines--the tour life & June--and these novellas were born. 

A Difficult Date with a Rock Star 

Where on the G-Strings timeline does A Difficult Date fall? 

After Jack & Marissa became engaged but before they married 

What is A Difficult Date about? 

The problems of their first Valentine’s Day falling in the middle of a tour. 

June Bugs 

Where on the G-Strings timeline does June Bugs fall? 

After Snow Storms 

What is June Bugs about? 

The requested story of why June came along so many years after the wedding 

Honeyed Moons 

Where on the G-Strings timeline does Honeyed Moon fall? 

After the wedding 

What is Honeyed Moon about? 

Jack and Marissa's honeymoon! 

EXCERPT: 

The silence was broken only by the rustle of their movements and their kisses– and the fan club just outside the bus. The soprano shouts were barely discernible, but she heard them just the same. 

“Is Jack in there?” … “I love you Jack!” … “I want to have your babies!” 

If this Valentine’s Day was only sex in a coffin with a chorus of fan girls unknowingly cheering them on, she would happily endure the rest of the evening. 

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