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Celesta and Keziah Thiessen are a mother and daughter team who wrote these books together for fun because they both love stories and using their imaginations. They started writing the series when Keziah was seven years old. During the brainstorming phase, they immediately came up with the idea of having a cat as one of the main characters – cats were Keziah’s favorite animals. Now Keziah is eleven. She still loves animals of all kinds, especially dragons.
The season was in Samantha Shaw’s sight, completely planned and conditioned and practiced. She had her life game plan figured out, but no matter how much she had prepared, Sam never saw that sneaky reverse until it was too late.
Wiley Black’s life called an audible play on the pro-football quarterback, landing him in the game of life with the unique tomboy whose sassy mouth got under his skin from day one. Sam challenged him at the line of scrimmage and he could do nothing but pursue her with abandon.
Sam had to decide if she was willing to let Wiley call a reverse, which would surely turn her life on its head.
A mail order bride with no intention of marrying, a young postmaster determined to change her mind.
The last thing Amy wants is a husband, but her only hope of escape from a dangerous situation is to answer postmaster Adam Emerson’s advertisement for a bride.
When her desperate plan to trick Adam into paying her way across the country goes awry, her guilty conscience compels her to stay in the small Californian town of Green Hill Creek to find a way to repay him the cost of the train fare before she moves on. The trouble is, she’s completely unprepared for the effect of his kindness, charm, wit, and ridiculously blue eyes.
As her dream of a new life in San Francisco begins to falter and her past catches up with her, can Amy hold onto the one thing she never thought she’d want but now can’t bear to lose?
Five mail order brides, one small Californian town, a lot of romance! The Escape to the West series tells the stories of five young women in 1870 who travel across the country to find love. These uplifting Christian historical romances will transport you to a time of courageous women longing for a better life and the strong men dedicated to winning their hearts. Each novel can be read on its own or as part of the series.
Scarlett Eighty-One is a model citizen and she’s never questioned the perfect world she lives in. Not until the hunky guy in her Geometry class turns his sunken, lifeless, and downright dreamy eyes on her.
Monsters shouldn’t exist, but Scarlett can no longer deny all the strange things happening around her. With the unwavering love of her zombie boyfriend and her amazing intellect, she’ll find out the truth and fight for her destiny, even if it means battling clingy werewolves, skeevy vampires, and dancing robots in the process.
Feathered Quill – 2017 GOLD Award – Children’s Fiction – Animals
Twelve-year-old Mary longs to have a horse of her own, but she’s limited to reading horse books. A talented artist, she spends her days on a blanket in the grass sketching the horses at the farm next door. She falls in love with one of the foals and is outraged to learn the filly is considered worthless as it was born lame.
Mary befriends and enlists the help of twelve-year-old Laura, whose family owns the horse farm. Against the better judgment of the farm manager, a brief reprieve is negotiated for the foal’s life. The girls conspire to raise money to save her, but time is running out. Sadly, it appears the expensive surgery the foal needs has little chance to correct the problem anyway. Mary isn’t about to let her own disability hold her back. She sacrifices what she holds dear – the trust of her papa, to gain her heart’s desire. But she could lose everything in her struggle to save the foal.
The first, ‘Love Denied’, tells the story of a thirty-one-year-old music teacher named Elizabeth, whose love life stands to be derailed yet again by her selfish, manipulative mother.
The second, ‘Charlotte’s Lance and the Round Fable’, spotlights the conflict arising from Charlotte’s devotion to her new boyfriend, Lance, a fervent environmentalist, and her loyalty to her father — inevitably, of course, a wealthy property developer.
Published previously as separate volumes, both tales provide an engaging, nostalgic look at the lives and mindsets of denizens of that bygone era.