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Ross Hamilton is no detective. But when his brother is convicted of murder, he has no choice but to abandon his ranch and do all in his power to find out just what happened the night of the killing, and who is really responsible.
Neither brother is prepared to be stretched and tested to his limits and beyond by an adventure that is much bigger than either of them ever imagined.
But in the next few days, they will be. The only way to survive is to never compromise.
Thanks to the love and support of friends and a renewed commitment to her faith Elizabeth Reynolds has moved past the hurt and anger of her parents death.
Her job as concierge at Hotel Lago, a boutique hotel in downtown Orlando is challenging and fills her need to be successful but one thing is missing. She loves the historic homes in the downtown area but fears she will never be able to afford one.
When a once in a lifetime opportunity to renovate a broken down home comes along she snaps it up. Sparks and clashes with her handsome, but deeply troubled contractor, Jeffrey Robbins threaten to slow the renovation but they fade as Orlando becomes the target of three summer storms, hurricanes Charlie, Frances and Jeanne.
In the aftermath of the storms what be the fate of Lizzie’s home and heart?
When Angie Graves is approached with the idea of training a dog to hunt zombies, she thinks this is a bad idea. She has worked all kinds of dogs, including cadaver. But she needs a different dog for this line of work, and the only one available is a rescue named Murder. The problem is, Murder is nothing like a hero dog. He is scarred emotionally and physically. He is slow to trust, has a mischievous mind, and obsesses over his chicken toy. But if he and Angie can learn to work together, they may be able to solve the riddle of where the zombies come from, and why they are snatching up people.
Is there sin that love can’t cover?
Lydia Brown has taken just about every wrong turn she could find. When an abortion leaves her overwhelmed by guilt, she turns to drugs to escape her pain. After a single car accident lands her in the hospital facing DUI charges, Lydia is forced to reevaluate her choices.
Kevin McGregor has been biding his time since high school when he heard God tell him that Lydia Brown was the woman he would marry. In the aftermath of Lydia’s accident, Kevin must come to grips with the truth about her secret life.
While Kevin works to convince himself and God that loving Lydia is a mistake, Lydia struggles to accept the feelings she has for Kevin, though she fears her sin may be too much for anyone to forgive.
Two words Hannah never thought she’d use to describe herself.
Her carefully planned life starts to crumble around her as she struggles with the consequences of her choices. Including a decision that sends two brothers on drastically different paths, even as Hannah forges an unexpected relationship with one of them.
Hannah quickly discovers making the right choice isn’t always black and white as she tries to navigate life as a pregnant teenager and keep the mother of all secrets.
NO love triangle. No cheating. Happily Ever After guaranteed.
Genevieve accepts her fate. She must, in order to save her kingdom. But the journey to her final destiny is complicated by the arrival of Chris, a 1970s Berkeley co-ed.
To Chris, the whole scenario reeks of deception. Where she comes from, corsets are for burning and virgins are hard to find. She’s sure the dragons are out for more than innocent blood, but the only way to find out what they really want is to accompany Genevieve on her journey. Not what she had planned for her sophomore year of college.
Genevieve is duty-bound–unless Chris is right. Then her sacrifice would mean nothing. Other than woe to those who duped her…
If you like Dorothy Parker, Sarah Caudwell, P.G. Wodehouse, or E.F. Benson’s Mapp and Lucia stories, you’ll enjoy this tale of passion, pilferage, and petty politics in the middle of the Pacific.
If you loved reading Lucy Maude Montgomery’s “Anne of Green Gables,” “Hannah’s Garden” is reminiscent of the orphan girl the world fell in love with. Experience the heartache and victory of a closely knit family steeped with the rich heritage of strong values and hard work. They are presented with progress in every area of life. Queen Victoria, a woman, rules and reigns over the British Empire; Henry Ford is building his “Quadricycle;” and McKinley is winning a campaign for the Presidency– from his front porch!
Enjoy getting to know the Parkers and their ten children; a Godly family destined to succeed in spite of economic collapse. Be delighted by the characters of a scenic, rural Kentucky town situated on the Ohio River as they struggle to survive the Panic of 1893. While mortgage foreclosures and job losses mount, Hannah’s father, the Reverend Calvin Parker, does his best to foster courage and faith during uncertain times. As Hannah learns to cope with the anxiety of a painful past through Christ-centered living and even risks dreaming big, she also begins to embrace the large family that adopted her; but she isn’t going to fuss over the new intern who recently graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary– who all of the young ladies in Lincoln County haven’t stopped trying to trap since he stepped off the train from Baltimore.
Study Guide for “Hannah’s Garden” included in this book with Scriptures on salvation. Lisa Prysock is an award winning, bestselling author of “Abigail’s Melody,” Volume 2 of ‘The Victorian Christian Heritage Series,’ and “To Find a Duchess,” an Inspirational Regency Romance Novel, and many other books.
In a time when slavery was legal…in a place where kings were all-powerful…Eve, a slave, appeared in the right place at the right time.
Eve saved his life. In return, he offered her the opportunity of freedom. She did not know what would happen to her if she chose to accept his proposal, but she did know the consequences of rejecting it.