Spring Wyatt was only nine-years-old when she watched them all die. Now, eighteen years later, she can’t imagine how her grandfather, could manage to die twice. He leaves her not only his vast legacy, but also the custody of her twin-sister, Autumn, a special-minded girl that supposedly perished the day their parents were murdered. Totally confused, and rightfully angry, as to why she had been kept separated from her only remaining relatives, Spring sets about investigating the Wyatt family mysteries, in the process discovering that she has strange abilities she never knew she had, abilities that only exist when she is near Autumn. The danger is Spring’s abilities magnify when angry, and she is ALWAYS angry.
Where did they go? Imagine dedicating your entire existence to those you love. Every waking moment, every idea, every step is centered on their needs. Then, like a light switch, they’re gone. You did your job so well; children mature and blossom into capable young adults. Now as a reward for all of your efforts, your passion, your devotion, they dare to experience life without you. Take a humorous journey with Maggie as she learns to live life on her own. An empty nest can lead to an exciting new beginning.
Dr. Gary Langley, once a promising Cultural Anthropologist, threw his beloved career away. Now, he must return home to start over as an elementary school teacher. When his students go missing one at a time, he is held under suspicion, especially when he claims that a child, no one knows, calls him with leads as to where to find them. Who is this child, and does he really exist?
Moshe Brodsky simply appeared on the doorstep of Ilsa Michalski’s boarding house at the edge of the Florida Everglades. The target of his hunt is Horst Bress, a vile, freak of a guard, who Moshe believes may be killing again. Ilsa is drawn to the hunter, although she hides a secret that her German step-brother was once a Nazi guard. Fearing Moshe will soon be after her brother, she must now choose between protecting him or surrender him to the man she loves. As her brother hitchhikes across the country to return home, she’s unable to warn him. Every mile he travels, brings him closer to a man who could destroy him.
Take eight city-slickers, force them to live off the land for a week in the Boundary Waters of northern Minnesota, throw in some Native American folklore, environmental dangers and a forbidden romance, and you have the basis of my light-hearted novella. This story is told in the point-of-view of Michael Barrett, one of the top sales managers in New York, as he comes to appreciate the natural beauty of the world around him, especially the exquisite beauty of the Chippewa tour guide.
Something is inside that house. The rustic plantation had lain dark and barren in the sleepy community of Odessa, North Carolina, since the disappearance of its owner three years before. While Abby James and her brother, Keith, renovate their new home, strange items emerge that some thought long vanished. The two soon discover that some people will do anything to keep those secrets buried, and Abby and Keith are in their way.
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