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“Don’t bury yourself in that wilderness!” her relatives say. “Even though you’re a widow, you’re still young.”
No matter what they think, Madeleine decides to go. She’ll help her aunt restore the old house; she’ll sign up for an online baking course; and she’ll bury those terrible memories. “From now on,” she tells herself, “I’m going to be strong and independent.”
Her plan seems to be working—except for the panic attacks—until she has to deal with a mystery wrapped in fire and deflect the attentions of two men. The doctor is not upset by her panic attacks and knows he can help her to heal. The writer, who conceals more than one secret, admires her spirit and is certain that she needs him.
God uses both men and her father’s gift of a beautiful paperweight to remind her of His enduring “forever love,” and as she yields to Him, she finds the courage to take a new and challenging path.
THE DUMONT CHRONICLES
The Dumont family, French Huguenots, settled in southern New Jersey during Colonial days. Since then, certain of the Dumont women have led lives marked by adventure. Although they had differing personalities and circumstances, these women held in common the gifts of artistry, courage, and a growing faith in God.
In this book, Madeleine Dumont Burke runs into a mystery involving two men as she works with her aunt, Lindsey Dumont, to renovate Dumont Manor in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. The Dumont family history will impact both their lives, but for now it lies undiscovered.
One day, Jordy meets Flash, a super smart, black and white border collie with one blue eye and one brown eye – the perfect dog. Jordy is determined to get a dog just like him.
but border collies cost a lot of money and not only does Jordy have to come up with the cash, but also prove that he’s responsible enough to get a dog.
Jordy gets a job mowing lawns but he didn’t realize it would mean being a hero too.
Oh yeah, then there’s Mr. Fraser’s ugly, white dog to deal with.
It followed her about like a black bat, haunting her nights, hiding in a corner during her days, flapping out at odd moments, scaring the wits out of her.
It was as though she was standing outside a high-walled garden, barred from the secret of her past by the wrought-iron gate. She could see all the bushes and trees, the rhododendron and hydrangea. She could even smell the roses and the honeysuckle, but then the gate would swing shut and she was outside and it was dark.
Now her happy, settled life was being threatened and she knew she had to force through the darkness. She needed to remember what she had spent a lifetime forgetting.
1191: Giles de Soutenay has never liked or trusted John, Count of Mortain, but when John is taken seriously ill, it falls to Giles to ensure his survival.
2006: Marion Hart, visiting the ruined Abbey of Sparnstow, could never have imagined she would be called upon to help save one of the most dangerous men of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Falling through a gap in time, she finds herself administering first aid to John, inadvertently endangering both herself and Giles.
Book #1 of the Out of Time series – a time travel story, set in medieval England.
‘Ms Livingstone has proved her worth as a creditable, skilled, and entertaining writer.’
Mary Chapple, Discovering Diamonds Blogspot.
Genre: Medieval Fiction/Time Travel
While a traitorous knight schemes against him, Valerian meets Mercy, a pacifist Healer with whom he can speak mind-to-mind like the great dragons. Their bond emboldens Valerian to seek out the legendary dragons and ask for their help against the monsters who killed his brother.
Can Valerian survive the traitor’s assassins long enough to find the dragons? And if he does, can he convince them to lay aside their hatred of humans and help him save the land from destruction?
Nicholas Michaels hated the fact he had to move away from everything and everyone in his life, but his feelings change when he meets the Harringtons. Deborah and Nicholas become the best of friends, and as the children grow up, their friendship deepens.
But when tragedy strikes, will this cause them to part ways? Or will it perhaps make them realize they may have stronger feelings for one another before it’s too late?
Growing Up Neighbors will take you on a journey through the eyes of two main characters. You’ll see a steady progression from when they first meet as younger children to when they reach adulthood; their friendship turning to love. This is a clean, sweet love story that is suitable for the young and not as young alike. If you are a hopeless romantic, one who likes happy endings and believable stories of love, this may be just for you!