Candy Ann Little
Candy Ann Little grew up in a small town in Ohio. She now resides in Michigan with her husband and two grown kids. Although writing is her first love, she also enjoys cooking, baking, crafts and working with children.
Her part time jobs over the years have included: Working at a day care, substitute for paraprofessionals and TA's in the public schools, and being a coordinator in the foreign exchange program. She also served as president & VP of the PTA for 8 years, ran 2 writing groups and loves helping with church activities.
Although her writing career began in tragedy when she had a stillborn child, she now finds peace and joy that surpasses the pain and heartache.
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(5.00 from 1 review)
As Megan Black tries to outrun the memories of her past, she soon learns that you can't run away from trouble. Can she find peace in God and faith to choose the right path? Or will chasing ghosts cause an unforgiving heart that only leads to destruction?
The Unwilling Bride
(4.57 from 7 reviews)
Can Caitlin find faith in God, and love in the arms of her enemy?
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- Stolen Love: Song of the Sídhí #3
on Sep. 01, 2011
I don't normally read many books about vampires, but this one was good. The tension between Clarisse and Katrina felt real, as did the love between Eric and Katrina.
The only minor problem I had in the begining of the story was feeling confused if they were vampires or werewolves. But since I jumped into the series with book #3, some of the actions might have been clearer if I started with book #1.
Although I liked the ending, I thought there would be more to the revenge plot. But all in all it was an enjoyable read.
- Wheezer And the Painted Frog
on May 13, 2013
*NOTE* I was given a copy for an honest and truthful review.
What a great and sad tale to tell. Although it was heartbreaking knowing The Trail of Tears really happened, and it made me feel guilty to know that my ancestors had a part in this tragedy, I also felt relieved to see how Jackson and other white men tried to help. Kitty Sutton writes with knowledge that pulls at your heartstrings. How can you not love a story that has a cute but brave dog (Wheezer), action, romance and an ending that made me cry. This book has it all.