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What could be better than hiking, swimming, and horseback riding? Having a mystery to solve, of course!
Addison Falls in Love
A Short Romance Story
Book 1 in the Love Series
Addison has been in a romance slump. Ever since her ex-boyfriend cheated on her, she has retreated from the dating world. Her friend Clara thinks that it is time for her to get back out there and meet new people and she has a certain handsome young man in mind.
**How does Clara persuade Addison to get dressed up and go out to a bar with her?
**How does Clara engineer a meeting between Addison and the handsome Michael?
**How does Addison find herself going on an unplanned date?
Discover how Clara uses her matchmaking skills on the unsuspecting Addison with delightful results.
Addison Falls in Love is a 5,000 word short romance story with a happy ever after ending. It is the just the thing if you are looking for a pocket-size story to read during your lunch break or while waiting for an appointment. Enjoy.
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?
Fast forward fifteen years. Ali is engaged to Sean Whitman who can provide her with anything she could ever want. While vacationing, however, she runs into Greg. Suddenly she’s not so sure Sean is the one.
Greg finds himself just getting out of a bad relationship when he and Ali reunite. He can’t help but be attracted to her and wonder if the two of them could ever stand a chance.
As the two of them rebuild their friendship, the foundation for something more is set until one day they finally give in to their desires. But after they are interrupted with an emergency, Ali realizes she must make a choice. Will she choose her fiancé, Sean, and go through with a wedding that is already planned and paid for? Or will she give it all up for her friend, Greg, who could give her the one thing Sean doesn’t: all of himself?
Long Lost Neighbors is the third in the Neighbors series, however, it is a completely standalone novel. Although the first six chapters take place when the main characters are young, don’t be fooled. The majority of this novel takes place as adults with a lot of attraction and a lot of internal struggle with tough life situations mixed in. This clean romance read is perfect for anyone who dares to explore what it might look like for childhood friends to be reunited much later in life.
I have nothing: no possessions, no memories, no reference points or even solid ground to stand on; just falling (or is it flying?) through an endless mist. A voice beside me says this is the last free space in a world of slavery and suffering; another that it’s a self-imposed prison from a world of beauty and adventure. Who should I believe? What is waiting for me out there?
I make my choice and begin to discover what lies beyond the mist.
“Like a science fictional Pilgrim’s Progress.” – D. G. D. Davidson, Sci-Fi Catholic
“This is the journey where a man solves his greatest mystery: himself.” – David Hallquist, author of “The Quantum Process”.
College freshman, Amanda Colt knows few people and wants to know fewer still. She enjoys fencing and prefers facing a challenge every once in a while. She is beautiful, smart, and possibly the most interesting person on campus…and most people stop after the first adjective.
Then she finds Marco Catalano in her fencing class. He is tall, attractive, and very intense. With a mind like a computer and manners of a medieval knight, he scares most people. Except Amanda. They both have secrets, for they are both monsters.
As they draw closer, they must find the line between how much they can trust each other, and how much they can care for each other. Each carries a secret that can destroy the other. They must come to grips with their personal drama soon, because a darkness is rising. Bodies are turning up all over New York, and an army of vampires is closing in on all sides.
They have only one hope … each other.
Guitar virtuoso Amy Ziegler ekes out a precarious living as a teaching assistant in the Mays College music department. One day a mysterious older student shows up: Ian Keenan, an engineering professor and closet songwriter. Opposites attract, and music is the language of the spirit.
Each is passionate about music, and each has been deeply wounded in love. Thus a weird yet wonderful friendship grows between the reserved English academic and the outgoing small-town Texan girl who grew up in poverty. Each secretly starts yearning for more, but the world has other ideas. Soon they become caught in a maelstrom between rivals, exes, their own pasts, activists, and campus bureaucrats. Will the rapids tear them apart, or will love and sanity prevail?
This is Book One in the widely-acclaimed Bread Sister Trilogy, a blend of heart-pounding adventure, gritty historical detail and good old-fashioned storytelling which has kindled the imaginations of generations of readers. Designed to be read aloud by parents and their children. For ages 8 and up.