A village plundered; lives torn apart.Richard Dudley will never forget the night Indians raided the small village of Cochecho, New Hampshire. In the five years since the raid, rarely a day has gone by that he has not missed his brother and mourned the fate of his missing sweetheart. But when a redemption party returns from Canada with Sarah in tow, he finds more changes than he ever imagined.Sarah Minton, weary and heartsore, enters the village with trepidation. Years of not knowing the fate of family and friends only intensifies her grief as she learns the truth. But surely, if Richard is still alive, life will be bearable. After all, the memory of his affection made captivity bearable. Will Sarah’s fear and the deep changes within her keep her from learning to love? Can Richard overcome bitterness and prejudice to claim his bride?
AUTHOR OF FIVE-STAR DAYDREAMS Kindle Edition IntroductionUnlike most collections of short stories, this set does not have a linking theme like those of love stories, mysteries, or a common genre. They do, however, for the most part, have one unique thing in common that ties them together in some way. They were all born out of impressions that had come from dreams. Not dreams of aspirations, or dreams of wishful thinking; but, of nocturnal dreams – dreams of slumber. Some were just a notion that the author had brought back, (from the other side, if you will) while some were a minor scene that caught his attention. Others were just inspirations, and two are complete accounts that he could not help but capture because of their story quality and exceptional presentation. They are arranged in a way that the writer thought would be best approached by the reader. This Collection of Day Dreams begins with a humorous story of a bumbling bumpkin who gains fame from being profoundly stupid, followed by a teenager that has a gifted insight into her grandmother’s departure; then, a tale of a jilted woman who tries to fire her Guardian Angel. There is also a dramatic short tale of a kind gentle man who invents a memory in order to bury a family tragedy. These are followed by a narrative of a social misfortune through the eyes of a devoted librarian; a farce about a loser who creates in his mind his importance to history; and a symbolic saga of an adventurer who is swept into a hypnotic experience in the past, where a holy child changes the course of an Andean village. The collection concludes with two boys who stumble upon godlike powers that ends poorly, and with a fable of a grandfather who cleverly schools his grandson in manners. It ends with an actual account of a dream that had inspired a poem and a painting.With all that being said, I can only guarantee one thing – that the author has done his very best to entertain you, (and suspecting that nothing has ominously tampered with his nightly dreams) you have never read these stories before. Enjoy!
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