Welcome back to Silver Springs, Colorado, where the Donnelly brothers are once again saving damsels in distress.
Becca Edwards fled her island home of Hawaii after a series of tragedies broke her trust and took her brother's life. She's been running from her past for four years, but now she is forced to return to pay her final respects to her father. Will she be able to get past the events of four years ago and finally give herself permission to live again? She wants to live again, but she'll have to walk through the fire of her guilt to get there.
Kaillar Donnelly has just watched both of his brothers find the loves of their lives, and he's feeling a bit left out. The only woman who has even sparked any interest in him is so shy around him, and skittish, he's almost afraid to step in and help. But when she receives devastating news and is forced to face her past, he'll put aside his doubts and come to her rescue.
Come along on the journey as Becca learns to forgive herself, and Kaillar finds what his brothers have - true love.
Christmas is the season of miracles...
Robert and Emma are newlyweds who are deliriously in love and eager to create their own unique traditions as couples.
All is rosy and smooth for this wonderful pair till Robert gets caught in a complicated dilemma at work where he has to choose between doing the right and moral thing as a Christian or following the easy path in his bid to give Emma the perfect Christmas present ever.
Emma who is a newspaper columnist beloved by everyone, struggles with sudden changes at the workplace and an unknown person hell bent on jeopardizing her career.
As they struggle to celebrate their first Christmas together despite all the challenges, they learn what is more important than gifts, traditions or grand gestures and that miracles can happen when they are least expected.
From the author of McTeague: The classic novel of corporate corruption and violent rebellion in the railroad industry.
On May 11, 1880, at a San Joaquin Valley ranch, a shootout between tenant farmers and a sheriff's posse left seven dead. The dispute was over land rights. The law was acting in the service of the Southern Pacific Railroad.
This tragedy marked the beginning of the end for the American frontier, and it became the inspiration for Frank Norris's epic tale of wheat croppers struggling against the tightening grip of the railroad industry.
With a cast of characters ranging from poor hired hands to wealthy landowners and railroad barons, Norris's novel goes beyond its central conflict to chronicle the myriad political and social issues that rippled out from it. The first work in Norris's planned Epic of the Wheat Trilogy, The Octopus was an important exposé of railroad greed that drew comparisons to Émile Zola for its incredible breadth. It is a great read for fans of gritty, historically inspired western series such as Deadwood or Hell on Wheels.
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Morgan Reed is excited to return to her hometown of Christmas Mountain, Montana and open her beauty salon, but when she arrives to her rented business space she's shocked to find it already occupied by Dallas Parker -- her brother's best friend, the guy she had a childhood crush on, and the one her mom blames for their family's greatest tragedy.
With their landlord out of the country and unreachable, Morgan and Dallas must open their businesses together. But, no worries, all small towns need a combo furniture store/beauty salon, right? Ugh. As they work together, Morgan tries to keep her emotional distance but time and off-the-charts chemistry soon turn a childhood friendship into a blossoming romance.
Unfortunately, just when their relationship develops into something deeper, an unexpected crisis reopens her family's old wounds and the blame is on Dallas once again. Will Morgan's sadness and fear pull them apart, or make her realize Dallas has always been her heart's true safe harbor?
(This story was previously set in the Christmas Falls world under the title Forever Yours in Christmas Falls. Forever Yours in Christmas Falls is still available in paperback.)