Two adventures in one!
'Flintridge' is the perfect read for the gunslinger in your family. Full of action, intrigue, and just a touch of romance, this book has something for everyone.
'Outlaw Wolves of the Currumpaw' goes right to the heart with the epic story of one hunter's quest to eradicate all wolves, most notably the infamous Lobo. Little does he know how much the journey will change him.
Jane has her hands full getting out the inaugural issue of her very own Carter's All-Story Weekly Magazine, but she still finds time to investigate the activities of a cagey heiress, an attempted murder, and a band of sailors with mysterious matching tattoos.
Note: By Celia Kinsey writing as Alice Simpson.
About this series:
This charming historical cozy mystery series is set in the fictional American city of Greenville during the 1920s and features Jane Carter, a young widow who returns home to live with her father after the tragic death of her journalist husband.
Jane's father owns a local newspaper and wants Jane to take it over someday, but Jane is adamant that she has no desire to be a reporter. Instead, she turns her talent for writing to concocting melodramatic romances for fly-by-night rags who almost never pay on time.
Jane claims that she's holding out for a millionaire before she marries again, but the only man who makes her heart beat faster is Jack, a reporter ...
A brutal murder. A missing ledger. Mistaken identity. And barman Eamon Foley is running for his life.
Tralee, six months later, Foley is in a crowded pub. The music is loud. The singing is louder. His brother-in-law Joe McCarthy is shot dead.
In the chaos Foley thinks he sees the Dublin killer rushing through the door. Is this a message? Have they caught up with him at last, looking for the ledger?
Or is it as the local Gardaí suspect - Joe was killed by a jealous husband, given his reputation as a notorious womaniser?
They dismiss Foley's concerns. With horrendous results.
The second book in the Medieval Herb Garden Series...
"Captures the very essence of medieval life!" --Wordweaving
"Lush, romantic, unputdownable!" --bestselling author Cheryl Bolen
From NEW YORK TIMES and USA Today bestselling author Colleen Gleason: a sweet romance of ladies, lords, knights and chivalry.
In the Age of Chivalry... A time when kings and queens vie for power amid treachery and betrayal... a time when brave knights live and die by a code of honor... And a time when women are nothing more than political game pieces, moved at will by the men in their lives.
One woman dares to be different.
Maris of Langumont manages her father's vast estate, rides as well as any man, treats the sick and injured with herbs from her garden, and boldly argues politics with her father's peers. But everything changes the day her beloved father pledges her hand in marriage to a man she's never met.
Dirick of Derkland cares about nothing but seeking vengeance for his ...
Hermione lives with her father, and although they sometimes struggle to make ends meet, she has taught herself to be content with her life. She doesn't mind that she has no friends in town or that there are vicious rumors about her. She does, however, wonder if she will ever be truly happy and find real love. When she is unexpectedly invited to marry a Lord she has never met, she can't help but wonder whether she could find her other half by his side. But can she really trust her mysterious husband-to-be? Or is there a secret hiding behind his choice to marry a woman of humble origin?
Lord Fisher has spent the last few years holed up in his manor house, away from prying eyes. Although his heart is made of gold, he feels that his soul and his face are not fit for the world outside... He tries his best to manage the lands his father left him and find a purpose in life, until he decides it's finally his time to get married. In despair, he sends his secretary to find someone eligible, ...
Welcome to 1953, where "superheroes" are treated as vigilantes, P.I.s, bail bondsmen and bounty hunters as a means to supplement law enforcement. Though not completely accepted by the populace, their presence is welcomed when law enforcement is overwhelmed, or when law enforcement itself is the problem. John Rocket takes you through the lives of Clarence Fairbanks, his wife Shirley and his niece Mildred, as you explore an alternate reality of superheroes and science fantasy set in Colorado's past.
This novel is written for those of all walks of life (from 16 to 70) who enjoy historical based fiction; and while it does involve some superheroism, it is about the lives of people who live in such a world, and not 'cliched superhero antics'. I sincerely hope you enjoy this novel! - Kevin Conner
Editor's note: This novel may be unfit for those under the age of 16, as it contains some harsh language and emotional situations. Please contact the publisher for questions and/or more ...
An epic quest across the sands of Arabia
In the exotic lands of the east, a secret sect of Persian magicians study the night sky for generations.
When the stars announce a strange royal birth, Misha, a first-level mage, is ready to prove himself by chasing down this new world leader.
But then an ancient document surfaces, whispering of an artifact of immense power. The temptation to seize power is too great to resist.
And Misha is not alone in his quest. The king's general Reza seeks power to fulfill his mysterious destiny, and both he and Misha have their eye set on the Egyptian princess Kamillah, who will do anything to gain the artifact that could break her bondage to the sorcerer Zahir.
The soldier, the mage and the princess each has a secret to protect.
But if they are going to survive the dark forces warring for their prize, they must learn to trust each other -- in what will surely be the journey of a lifetime.
Book One: Star of Wonder http://amzn.to/1eH8CHE
Book Two: Star ...
2018 B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree The year is 1773, and rumors of revolution abound. The return of the wealthy Eton family to Williamsburg, Virginia, however, briefly distracts the town's elite. The youngest Eton son, Thomas, thus reunites with Priscilla Parr, his childhood friend and the now-cynical daughter of a proud Loyalist family. Thomas learns to admire her scathing wit while Priscilla finds herself drawn to his ambitious idealism. He soon introduces her to the radical principles of liberty, the fuel of the colonial rebellion. On the eve of Revolution, however, fate turns against the young lovers, whose families are politically opposed. As the ideological forces within her own home begin to parallel the clash between Britain and the Colonies, Priscilla is unexpectedly faced with a dangerous decision between two rivaling ideals - and destinies. Set against a backdrop of intrigue, espionage, treachery, and romance, "Cadence to Glory" thus chronicles the deepening schism within the ...
War is on the horizon during the spring of 1861. It will be an event that will change the lives of everyone in its path. The Harper family included.
Frank Harper is a young man full of dreams and ambitions. Even when the country is split and war breaks out, Frank will do whatever is necessary to see his dreams come true, even when that means putting on a uniform and leaving home.
For the first time, Claire Harper is forced to consider the reasons behind such a conflict. Should slavery be abolished? Which side should she be on, and what does God have to say about this? Claire is torn between her own opinions and those of her family. The struggle within her only increases when she repeatedly runs into a kind and handsome Union soldier. She longs to see her brother turn to Christ before it is too late. Desperate to reach her brother with the gospel, Claire pens a series of inspiring letters. Will she be able to handle all the obstacles of war and continue to be a witness to those ...
PARIS 1920's. To all outward appearances, Treasure Gilroy experienced the perfect life, full of glitz and glamour. Living in a luxurious Paris apartment and traveling back and forth to London, New York, and Milan, she was the envy of many. In this story, Treasure progresses from having her heart in pieces caused by DOUBT, HURT, and CONFUSION - to encounters of Understanding with REALITY, ACCEPTANCE, and finally PEACE.
Memories of her parents leaving her with her aunt or grandparents for months at a time while disappearing together filled her young mind with separation grief.
Her aunt showed the affection she craved, yet to Treasure, there remained that gnawing unwanted feeling. The confusion of this continued as an unspoken emotion over the years.
In 1915 Treasure met young Ella Dittmar on a cold night in London, a strange and mysterious Déjà vu connection ignited between these two, keeping them together.
Now with Ella, Treasure travels back to the beautiful Australian Outback ...
He used to scoff at fate...
A long time ago, he was ruler among gods. Fallen, he was exiled, sent to oversee the underworld. Until a mage on Earth caught his interest, and their friendship got him involved with the one he was always meant to protect - the Lady of the Lake.
He used to scoff at love...
With Vivienne safe in Sébastien's embrace, Atrox sheds the last of his protector skin, and says goodbye to his alter, Alistair, for good. Something else has drawn his attention, and it's got nothing to do with keeping watch from afar. Rather, it's got everything to do with getting closer than ever before.
... until he falls in the most final trap of all.
Atrox's last adventure leads him to the kingdom of the Fae, as he seeks the one who stole his heart - the Fae heiress, Catriona. But her aging father is not keen on letting one of his worst enemies win over his daughter. Without mercy, he sets up a trap: seven labours, each harder than the next. If Atrox wins them all, he can ...
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints British convert Ralph Smith left behind his large family to share the Gospel to those living in Georgia and Alabama in 1879. He endured everything from blizzards to starvation to mob attacks. His story is told in "Without Purse or Scrip: They Called Him on a Mission." The story is taken from Smith's various journals and was written by his great-great-granddaughter Lisa Dayley and is a follow up to Dayley's "The Frozen Trail." That book was about Ralph's wife and Dayley's Great-great-Grandmother Emma Girdlestone Smith.
This is the first of four novels portraying the uplifting and timeless journeys of four generations of the Bird Family. This book is about the lifetime friendship between a seventy-five year old Holocaust survivor and an eighteen year old car accident survivor as well as their incredible experiences both before and after they met. Their will to live life to the fullest and capacity for love conquers all, even death.
The novel is based in part upon my own true story and recovery from a serious car accident.
An unlikely friendship is kindled when a young disabled man meets a Holocaust survivor.
In this short novel, Rosenfeld weaves together the tragic, yet inspiring stories of two unlikely friends. Jonathan, 18, is a car-accident survivor and working to regain strength in his legs. Sarah, a Holocaust survivor with many emotional scars, searches for ways to live with a past that continually haunts her. When the two meet in a fitness-center Jacuzzi after swimming for ...
Melanie lives in a violent and uptight society of Victorian England, among hollow gossips and legends. Her only solace and salvation from boredom is a hyperactive childhood friend Cheryl.
One day, during a typical celebration, Melanie meets the duke's young daughter, however, such an ordinary acquaintance conceals something much more exciting. A boring and monotonous life ends when the new friend brings to Melanie a book, which turned out to be a diary of a person, whose fate was shrouded in legends and has been exciting the minds of people from different countries for many centuries.
From now on, Melanie got dragged into a mess composing of confused feelings, non-random tangles of fate, separated by centuries, and attempts to understand and accept the essence of the one who was at the bottom of his mind.
"Gleason tells the tale in a rousing fashion... A crackling, satisfying yarn." -- Kirkus Reviews
Vorik wasn't supposed to be clan leader. That was a position meant for his brother, and their father before them. But nothing had prepared them to face down the tyrant responsible for so much loss. Vorik thought the worst was behind them. He was wrong.
When a devastating quake forces them to relocate, sending them right into the lands of unstoppable foes intent on killing them all, the warriors must make battle preparations while solving the mystery of an enemy no one knows how to defeat. If they don't figure out a solution, they'll fall like so many others.
Despite impossible odds, Vorik must find a way to defeat these new enemies. He might not have been prepared to lead, but he won't betray the memories of those who led the Bullik-Braunzin Clan before him by failing them. Everyone who understands the danger they're facing are urging him to abandon their home and flee.
Except Vorik ...