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Review Request > Free Copy of New Adult Romance for Review

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Sibyl Eisley (sibyleisley) | 4 comments Hi! My name is Sibyl, and I'm looking for readers who might be interested in a free contemporary new adult romance for review.

Here's a summary:

Fifer Parry has had a crush on Cecil Hatchfeld for months, ever since Cecil started working as her stepdad’s assistant. Cecil’s tall, handsome, and slightly mysterious—and once Fifer actually talks to him, it turns out they really click.

But even though she might have found the right guy, it’s neither the right time nor the right place for Cecil. He’s leaving for the opposite side of the country in a matter of weeks, and he’s certain that he doesn’t want to come back. Fifer can’t let a potential Mr. Right disappear so soon…

So, she packs her bags and joins him on a cross-country road trip.

It would be the perfect solution, except Fifer has a life waiting for her back home, over two thousand miles away. Cecil’s convinced a long distance relationship wouldn’t work out. But Fifer can’t ignore their deep connection, both emotional and physical, and she’ll do whatever it takes to prove him wrong.

The only format available right now is for Kindle devices and apps (it's a .mobi file). If you're interested, please email me at, and I can email you a copy. Thanks!

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Martin Rinehart only ... available ... for Kindle ...

How did you write this, Sibyl?

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Sibyl Eisley (sibyleisley) | 4 comments Martin wrote: "only ... available ... for Kindle ...

How did you write this, Sibyl?"

I drafted it in Word, so I guess there's technically a Word file available that I can make into a PDF. :) I just meant that I don't have an epub version.

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Martin Rinehart Thanks, Sibyl. I was thinking that my LibreOffice .ODT is just two clicks away from .DOC or .DOCX and three clicks from .PDF.

BTW, if you Google 'convert .ODT to .MOBI' the first converter seems to do the job.

We had quite a long thread re .EPUB and the best solution seemed to be Barbara's: Let Draft2Digital convert .DOC to .EPUB and then let Smashwords meat grinder chew on that .EPUB.

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