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Petit Morts #15: Loose Change

Loose Change by Sean Kennedy

Loose Change by Sean Kennedy

Series: Petit Morts #15
Release date: October 25, 2011
Length: Novelette - 12,635 words - 47 page PDF
Cover artist: Jordan Castillo Price - see larger cover
ISBN: 978-1-935540-32-8


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If there’s one thing you can always count on, it’s change. But the shift in Chance’s job description is one change he could have done without.  It’s an ill-fitting role, and his displaced colleague is just as much in the dark as to its purpose as he is.

Chance finds matchmaking particularly irksome from his lonely post behind the counter of Sweets to the Sweet. From Belfast to Auckland, Bruges to Los Angeles, he works his magic, hoping that sooner rather than later his own fate may be fulfilled.

Thus far, Chance’s only reward for a job well done is more of the same. Since he’s had enough with going through the motions, he decides it’s time to make a big splash. Will management take notice? 



Open For Business

It appears so suddenly, you probably wouldn’t see it happen—even if you were in the right place at the right time. A street that looks so ordinary is suddenly transformed with a slight rush of wind, and a store that wasn’t there before breathes itself into life. The door will open, and a man with long dark hair pulled back in a tidy ponytail will step out and look upon his new surroundings. The expression on his face changes with each city he now finds himself in—but usually it is nothing more than a bemused smirk.

If you were to see him, you would think that the store has always been there but it’s only just now that you realised it’s open for business again. If the man was to catch you staring at him, he would give a slight nod and pull his sign out onto the street. It is a simple A-frame, with the store name in elaborate script: Sweets to the Sweet.

A boutique chocolate shop—it’s bound to be popular. But it is more than treats that are dispensed across the counter when you hand your money over.

If you enter, you just may find out.


Petit Morts Set 3

The Petit Morts Series

#1: Hue, Tint and Shade by Jordan Castillo Price
Yellow is as yellow does.

#2: Slings and Arrows by Josh Lanyon
It's a fine line between "secret admirer" and "stalker".

#3: Moolah and Moonshine by Jordan Castillo Price
If you ever go to France, watch out for those ticklers.

#4: Other People's Weddings by Josh Lanyon
Pulling off the perfect wedding can be murder.

#5: Spanish Fly Guy by Jordan Castillo Price
A new twist on liquid courage.

#6: Pretty Ugly by Jordan Castillo Price
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder...usually.

#7: Sort of Stranger Than Fiction by Josh Lanyon
They always say to write what you know.

#8: One Less Stiff at the Funeral by Sean Kennedy
Chocolate makes everything better. Even a eulogy.

#9: Critic's Choice by Josh Lanyon
It was a dark and stormy night. No, really, it was.

#10: Wishink Well by Jordan Castillo Price
You can't get something for nothing.

#11: Happily Neverafterby Jordan Castillo Price
All's well that ends well.

#12: London Eye by Clare London
Give credit where credit is due.

#13: Spirits and Second Chances by Sean Kennedy
The past can come back to haunt you.

#14: Just Desserts by Josh Lanyon
Pick your poison.

#15: Loose Change by Sean Kennedy
If there's one thing you can always count on, it's change.

#16: Media Naranja (Other Half) by Clare London and Jordan Castillo Price
There's someone for everyone.

#17: Immortal Coil by Jordan Castillo Price
Love is more than skin deep.



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