Sam & Emily: A Romance from the Underground, Tales from Earth's End III

11 Nov

Captain Arthur Romero, a secret commando whose orders come from the highest levels of the military.


You never know where you’ll find love. Sam & Emily find it in the least likely place of all: the underground bomb shelter at Piermont Manor.

Nuclear Armageddon destroys Earth. People seek refuge wherever they can. A few find it in a cement city three hundred feet below the planet’s poisoned surface. The underground: a dank tomb. An echoing mausoleum. A sanctuary you can never leave.

Can love survive in the underground? Can anything survive there?

Find out in Sam & Emily, where lovers discover each other in hell and can’t escape a passion that lasts a lifetime. A sizzling tale of love beyond time and hope.



The Angel introduced an angelic extraterrestrial, a teenage genius, some of the baddest villains you’ve ever seen, and the end of the world. What do people say about The Angel?

“Where does Sandy Nathan find these people? They live. They breathe. You love ’em. You hate ’em. And you care about them.

“Where does she come up with these ideas? It’s the end of the world. Or is it? Who are those golden people from some other planet? If they’re so good, how can they ply Eliana with emotional blackmail? And where are they taking those Earth folks?

“I guess we’ll just have to wait for the second book in the series. Hopefully, Sandy’s writing fast.”

Laren Bright, Award-winning author & Emmy nominated screenwriter
Writing about The Angel & the Brown-eyed Boy, Book I of Tales from Earth’s End

Well, Sam & Emily: A Romance from the Underground is the second sequel to The Angel. (The first is Lady Grace.) Sam & Emily isn’t out yet. Almost, but not quite. Only a few people have read the book. Here’s an inside view from someone who just finished polishing the manuscript:

“I continue to be amazed at your ability not only to imagine and write about this huge cast of characters, in these . . . original worlds, but also to tell stories of such epic proportions while creating unforgettable people.  This book has shocked and amused, made me laugh and cry, and caused me to think about all kinds of things.”

Kathy K. Grow of DoWriteEditing

Sam & Emily: A Romance from the Underground

You’ll never forget Sam & Emily.



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