Jack and The Fountain of Youth

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Jack and The Fountain of Youth

Some people say the Fountain of Youth is a myth.
Jack Ponsi Dileonardo Thomas knows better.

Jack Ponsi Dileonardo Thomas is eighteen years old. At least, that’s what he tells everyone. He doesn’t like to lie. But he has to, because he celebrated his real eighteenth birthday five centuries ago.

Some people say the Fountain of Youth is a myth. Jack knows better. He drank from the fabled fuente in 1513. Over the five hundred years since, he’s given up believing his life will ever again be normal–and that he’ll ever rediscover the magical spring. But when he learns the Fountain is located on the property of Nessa Owens, Jack takes up the search once more. And when Nessa captures his heart, his quest acquires new urgency.

Caught in the midst of a hurricane, surrounded by centuries-old memories and present day mysteries, Jack must risk all for a future with Nessa.

Will love prove more powerful than the enchanted waters of the Fountain of Youth?

Jack and The Fountain of Youth (ebook)
Genre: Middle Grade/Young Adult fantasy
Rating: Sweet, clean (minimal offensive language; no explicit love scenes)
Suitable for: Ages 10 and up
Length: Novella (25,800 words; 100 pages)
What reviewers say“The cast of characters were well developed – and Jack – was divine!”

Jack and The Fountain of Youth, a new-adult novella, is available for $2.99 at Amazon.com and Smashwords.

At present, Jack and The Fountain of Youth is only available as an ebook.

Jack’s on Bublish! Have a look at his book bubble.

Want to get to know Jack a little better? Here’s an interview.

How did we come up with the idea for Jack? Read the interview at Deborah McKnight’s blog.



HL Carpenter is a mother/daughter duo who write family-friendly fiction from their studios in Carpenter Country, a magical place that, like their stories, is unreal but not untrue. When they’re not writing, the Carpenters enjoy exploring the Land of What-If and practicing the fine art of Curiosity. Visit Carpenter Country at hlcarpenter.com.


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