Seven unsettling stories that will wrap themselves around the lobes of your brain and refuse to let go. These twisted tales run the course from outright horror all the way to dark humor. Meet Danel, an ancient warrior with a friend, a wife, a demon, and a problem. Come witness Brady Hollis, the man who fell forty-seven floors and lived. Introduce yourself to Candyboot, the ignoble imp with an attitude. All these characters and more loom ahead – all from the author of The Seer of Possibilities. Can you handle the twisted endings and unexpected resolutions?
Sara Shepard is determined to rebuild her life on Nantucket Island. Finding her true self and starting her dream business is just the beginning.
Sara doesn’t want to fall for the sexy carpenter hired to remodel her beach cottage, but he’s hard to resist. Gabriel makes her laugh, undresses her with his eyes and stirs up feelings she thought long dead.
Gabriel Donovan is instantly attracted to Sara, but it’s more than her beautiful face and curvy body that pulls at him. While he admires her fiercely guarded independence, it’s the spunky, funny, kind woman under it all that makes him want to tear down the walls around her heart.
Once they give in to their explosive chemistry, a dangerous ex-husband, a dirty secret from Gabriel’s past and a horrific accident threaten to destroy what Sara and Gabriel have found together.
Recovery is a hard thing to do when the person who has made an attempt on your life is still after you, and Natasha has to come to terms with her actions while accepting their outcome. Meanwhile, her family isn’t out of the danger of being guilty by association. When life expectancy has little hope, God shows His powerhouse of might and sheds light at the end of the tunnel, but not before a rescue effort goes horribly wrong, leaving those involved at the mercy of twelve.
Natasha Billingsworth is about to experience the spiritual law of “Sowing and Reaping.” Her exploits for money has created the coming storm that will rock the foundation of her life. Family secrets, her past and a stalker out for blood will reveal her need for God’s forgiveness. As God draws near He will peel off layers of pain, pride, and her need to be in full control and show her that LOVE conquers all things. This is the beginning of her journey…
King Richard the Second is a history play by William Shakespeare believed to be written in approximately 1595. It is based on the life of King Richard II of England and is the first part of a tetralogy, referred to by scholars as the Henriad, followed by three plays concerning Richard’s successors: Henry IV, part 1, Henry IV, part 2, and Henry V. It may not have been written as a stand-alone work.