Kevin Symmons

Kevin Symmons is a best-selling novelist and college faculty member. He served four terms as president of the Cape Cod Writers Center, one of the Northeast’s most respected writing organizations. His paranormal romance, Rite of Passage, was a 2013 RomCon Reader’s Crown Award finalist and has been an Amazon best-seller. His recent release, Out of the Storm, another Amazon best-seller is a contemporary romantic thriller set on Cape Cod. It is already gathering 5- star reviews. His new novel Solo, is an ambitious women’s fiction work and his third release from New York’s award-winning the Wild Rose Press. Kevin has collaborated with an award-winning Boston screenwriter in adapting one of his story ideas for the screen. He is a sought after lecturer and public speaker who has appeared across New England. Visit Kevin and like his FB Author Page, @KevinSymmons on Twitter, at Goodreads, Amazon, and at his website, www.ksymmons.com

Publications:

Rite of Passage - June, 1947, Sebago Lake, Maine. Robert McGregor has the perfect life until he meets Courtney Wellington at a reunion. Courtney is the stuff that dreams are made of: exquisite, vulnerable and desperately alone. But Courtney’s identity is more extraordinary than he could imagine. The 40th in a line of powerful witches, Courtney and her friends have elaborate plans for Robbie. He’s been c. . .

The Wild Rose Press, Inc. - 2012-08-27

Out of the Storm - War hero Eric Montgomery returns from Iraq, hoping to revive his family's Cape Cod marina and marry his childhood sweetheart. When his wife and unborn child die in a tragic auto accident Eric's dreams are shattered. He spends long months grieving, losing himself in alcohol, isolation, and anger. Then Ashley Fitzhugh, a young woman he's met only once, appears on his doorstep one stormy night. Eric . . .

The Wild Rose Press, Inc. - 2013-09-25

Solo - Jessica Long has the voice of an angel. But Jesse's cold beauty masks a brutal past filled with privation and cruelty. As the talented soprano approaches her final year at New England Conservatory, she is faced with a choice: stay with her striking young lover or accept the offer of a successful Broadway producer. She chooses the latter only to discover that fame can exact a cruel price. After yea. . .

The Wild Rose Press, Inc. - 2014-01-25