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Sometimes it takes a journey through time to learn the true meaning of sacrifice.
Looking for books that edify and entertain? Read the TimeDrifter Series — and be transported.
THE PLACE OF VOICES is the first book in the TimeDrifter Series.
“Uplifting and entertaining.” – C. Dorsett, Amazon reviewer
“Deep meaningful work … Lauren Lynch is a gifted storyteller.” – Shai, Amazon reviewer
“Lyric fantasy done well.” – David Bergsland, Christian reviewer, radiqx.com
After his father’s ship is found abandoned at sea, Christopher makes an unexpected discovery on board—The Ultimate Treasure Chest! Inside is a message that beckons him to set sail after the treasure and his parents. When a savage pirate and a corrupt businessman join forces to steal the treasure for themselves, the gang gets caught up in pirate chases, time travel, and an underground network of spies. Will Christopher find the Jewel and his parents, or will all be lost forever?
FBI Special Agent Julie Ann Davidson isn’t assigned the case, but she works it anyway because she knows the Collins family. Add in a baffling case of internet thievery, and Ann and her partner, Patrick Duncan, have plenty to think about.
Who took the Collins family and why?
One thing’s certain: time is running out.
If Ann and Patrick don’t work fast, Rachel Collins and her kids will die.
Interview with the Author:
Q: What makes the Heartfelt Cases series special?
A: Heartfelt Cases is a mystery/suspense series featuring a pair of FBI agents handling some very personal cases. It fits in the Christian mystery niche, and most reviewers agree it hits that mark without being preachy. It’s Christian because the characters happen to be believers. That’s it. They’re normal people with a crazy job that sometimes dumps a heap of trouble on their doorstep. Life’s full of ups and downs. Most of our stressors won’t almost kill us, but hopefully, many people can relate to the desire to handle stressful situations with a measure of peace and grace.
Q: What order should I read them in?
A: They’re designed so that you should be able to read them in any order as standalones, but you’ll get the richest flow of side events from reading:
The Collins Case
The Kiverson Case
The Davidson Case
The Keres Case
The Quinn Case (This is a short prequel that will be available shortly. It was first in Where the Light May Lead, a Christian anthology. My philosophy of prequels is shifting. I think they’re more useful as enhancements to further get to know characters you’ve already met.)
Q: Where does this book fit in the series? What theme(s) make it special?
A: The Collins Case is Book 1. This is where we meet the dynamic duo of Ann and Patrick as well as their close friends. (She goes by Ann. Only her mother calls her Julie Ann.) One of my narrators recently pointed out that I have a thing for kidnapping. I guess if you read the book description, you probably agree with her.
Q: Why should readers check out this series?
A: These are super clean, kid and adult-safe mysteries. If you’re looking for gritty, this probably ain’t it. If you’re looking for a quick, light mystery fix, then I have a story to tell you.
Q: Can the reader get the whole series at once?
A: The first three cases are novellas that are combined in Heartfelt Cases Books 1-3. The 4th case is a full novel that’s available separately. Check out my website for news of future bundles.
Decisions, decisions, decisions . . .
Maris Forrester’s exciting new life is not everything she was hoping it would be. Although she’s happy in her new career, she’s plagued with the feeling that something is still missing. Imagine her surprise when an old friend presents her with an unbelievable opportunity that could change everything. This new career sounds almost too good to be true, including the upcoming trip to London. She quickly learns that even the most perfect scenarios have their drawbacks, and when something sounds too good to be true, it usually is . . .
In addition to making a life-changing career choice, Maris realizes she has other decisions to make—whom to love and where to find happiness. What if neither is what she thought they should be?
The last thing Mike Reynolds needed in the final weeks leading up to his run for re-election as sheriff of Beaver County, Oregon, was to have his wife, Kelly, discover the body of a famous movie actress. It didn’t help that she’d died under mysterious circumstances from a fall off the cliff behind her home.
Did she accidentally fall over it or was it murder? And if she was murdered, who did it? Was it her daughter who wanted her mother’s money, so she could give it to the yoga guru she was studying with at his spartan retreat center located in the nearby forest? Or was it her gardener, who desperately needed money to deal with the terminal diagnosis his wife had been given by her doctor? Or could it have been the director of The Triangle, the movie she was about to film, because he was afraid she’d ruin his chances for an Oscar? What about the supporting actress who’d wanted to have the lead role in the movie? Or the screenwriter, who didn’t understand why the movie star refused to read the changes he made to the script? Or even the star’s ex-husband, furious with what she’d told a reporter about his acting ability?
Join Kelly, Mike, their dogs, and a helpful neighbor by the name of Roger Babowal, as they try to find out what really happened on the cliff that night.
Miriel comes up with her own plan to protect future offspring from the Fallen. She’s going to hide them on Earth amongst humans.
Eighteen years later, she goes to check on Lina.
Lina finds out a couple of days before her eighteenth birthday that she is an angel. Her life changes forever as she deals with the consequences of this discovery, fights for her life and has to make the biggest choice of her life so far.
Champion swimmer Aerin Keane is ready to give up her dreams of college swimming and a shot at the Olympics. As she starts senior year in her third high school, Aerin’s determined to leave her family troubles behind and be like all the other girls at Two Rivers. She’s got a new image and a new attitude. She doesn’t want to win anymore. She’s swimming for fun, no longer the freak who wins every race, every title, only to find herself alone.
But when her desire to be just one of the girls collides with her desire to be the best Two Rivers has ever seen, will Aerin sacrifice her new friendships to break a longstanding school record that comes with a $50,000 scholarship?
Six-year-old Judy is more than happy to trade her mother’s neglect for her father’s adoring care. She loves his vineyard and wishes she could stay there forever … but someday she must return to England and her mother. However, Judy isn’t sure she can ever trust her mother again.
A sweet novella set in Europe, the year of 1938, this sweet story is sure to delight lovers of light-hearted historical/literary fiction.
In ‘Longbourn Revisited,’ the first of five stories, Elizabeth receives an urgent summons to visit her beloved father ,who has taken ill.
‘An Encounter at Longbourn’ sees the Darcys, including Georgiana, paying a visit to Elizabeth’s family. Will a new love be born of that visit, and blossom?
‘A Party at Longbourn’ celebrates Mr Bennet’s sixtieth birthday, bringing the Darcys back to Longbourn again. Will the arrival of the newly-widowed Mr Collins bring unexpected developments?
‘And from Longbourn, A Wedding Comes’ provides the ingredients for fascinating interactions between the Bennets, the Darcys, Mr Collins and Lady Catherine de Bourgh.
‘Much Ado at Longbourn’ tells the story of Kitty and Colonel Fitzwilliam as they battle the interventions of Lady Catherine who is bound and determined to thwart their romance.