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Edited September 2016
“Stay back!” Joshua ordered. He kept his eyes on the scene below while waving his arm in Ruth's direction. “Get deeper into the woods and stay down low to the ground.”
Joshua hazarded a glance behind him. He could no longer see Ruth and breathed a sigh of relief. In one swift move, he grabbed his rifle and lay flat to the ground. Extending the rifle, he aimed at the shorter man whose gun was pointed at Bradshaw.
Joshua and Ruth Brookings are traveling by stagecoach to finally join their parents in Montana. Attacked by murderous outlaws, the teens barely escape with their lives and must survive in the barren Wyoming and Montana territories and escape the man who's hunting them.
Seven years ago, Jed Stuart ran away from home and joined Tom's gang. Jed is tired of the lawlessness and wants out. The only problem? He is the boss's right-hand man and will never be able to leave. And what's one more stagecoach robbery, anyway?
Can Joshua lean on God's strength to keep himself and his sister alive until they find a town? Will Jed be able to face his anger or will it consume him completely? All three are running--the hunter and hunted. What will happen when they meet?
This book can be read as a stand alone, but to get the full picture, it would be best to read all the books in the series.
Aiofe Callaghan comes from a long line of faery hunters. Hired by one of the faery queens, they protect the human world from chaos and destruction. But when Aiofe stumbles through an open door into the land of Faery, she discovers the job isn't as simple as it seems, and neither is she.
Arthur Pendragon spent centuries in blissful nothingness, until the day the four queens banded together to raise him from the dead. Along with his twelve most talented knights, he leads the warring armies of Faery against the greatest enemy they have ever known: one of their own.
Can they overcome their differences to confront the greatest challenges either of them have ever faced?
"The reader is drawn in immediately and will be screaming in frustration when they reach the final pages and realize it ends in a cliff hanger! The Iron Locket is worth the quick read and should top any to-read stack that involves Arthur." - InD'tale Magazine
Invisible burglars who take nothing, but frighten the cat at meal times? This is hardly a case worthy of newly-promoted Chief Inspector Morgan. But when valuable jewels go missing and an attempt is made on Blandthorpe Fargenstropple's life, Morgan jumps into action with keen interest. Of course, it helps that Blandthorpe's niece looks nothing like a gargoyle.
With a quirky cast of characters, witty banter, a little romance, more than a fair sampling of animal life, and plenty of ridiculous mishaps, this cozy mystery will challenge your ability to read in any sort of dignified manner--so grab a tray of tea and crumpets and plan to laugh out loud.
"What an amusing, entertaining mystery. I so enjoyed the British-ness and the humor." ~ Mimi Barbour, NY Times and USA Today best-selling author
"Farce is hard. Farce that is energetic without being exhausting is harder. Farce that is coupled with clever dialogue and disarmingly perceptive observational humor may be the hardest of all. You get all of that here, and isn't that a wonderful treat?" ~ TOP 500 Amazon Reviewer
"A wickedly funny mystery. It is a relatively quick and light read that will have you laughing from beginning to end." VINE VOICE Amazon Reviewer
Matt Constanello comes home from his mission ready for college life and dipping his toes back into the dating pool. It's just his luck that the girl who captures his attention wants nothing to do with him.
Sara's sure everything would be okay if they just avoided each other, but Matt’s not playing along. He's working his way into her life as a friend and jogging partner, but it’s clear he wants more. The question is, what does she want? And can she stop running long enough to find out?
This is a revised version, previously published as What Not To Say When You're Running Away.
In his struggle to retain his identity and yet blend in with children in the local school, Jaymin’s life depends on his ability to protect his secret from both enemy troops and unsuspecting townsfolk. Meanwhile, Erik must resort to his skills in unarmed combat to defend Jaymin against everyone from a gang of schoolyard bullies to the Malornians who regularly patrol the streets looking for trouble – and for the missing prince.
As the search intensifies and his enemy’s suspicions grow, Jaymin seeks desperately for a way to save his kingdom and himself. Then he stumbles upon a startling discovery that will challenge his assumptions and forever change his view of Malorn and the events that altered his life.
Prince of Alasia is the first book in the Annals of Alasia, but the series can be read in any order, and each book can stand on its own.
Inside the house, Sylvia found a rocking horse that tempted the girls with the promise of a fun ride.
However, the ride wasn't what it at first appeared to be. Because of the deceptive horse, the girls found themselves trapped in darkness.
As Michaela and Sylvia struggled to escape, their bond grew stronger and they began to understand what it means to work together, be brave, believe in themselves, and to put an effort into their actions.
*A fiction 'stranger-danger' chapter book perfect for ages 8-10.*