Amelia is sought after by two men. One of them is her longtime friend, Ian who is in a failing relationship. The other, Draco, has an unhealthy obsession with Amelia and is determined to win her, no matter the cost!
Penelope Monroe married on impulse and her heart had been broken by Adam Monroe’s lies. Pregnant she wonders how she will survive, alone, with her baby.
Brock Romero held Adam Monroe when he died in combat. Now released from the Army he makes it his priority to find Adam’s wife and share with her his last words.
On the verge of making the same mistake twice, Penelope must trust her heart.
From loss breeds new opportunity.
Amelia Monroe had felt the sharp pain from the loss of a soldier before—Adam Monroe’s death didn’t have that same effect.
Sam Jackson had one job—deliver Adam Monroe’s revised will. Even he couldn’t have anticipated that he’d be entangled in the web of lies his client had woven.
Forbidden! The word plays over in Sariel’s mind as he kisses Amelia deeply. Sariel’s job as the Angel of Death is to witness and judge souls. Not to fall in love with a human. When he discovers Amelia's life is in danger, he pledges to protect her at all costs. With the help of the Ethereal Bulwark and fellow angels they must drive back the demonic forces after her before their time runs out.
Sebastian Linus Youngfield is sailing the world with his parents, Cameron and Anne, when their voyage takes a dramatic turn in the South Pacific. A massive storm blows in leaving Sebastian adrift at sea in a small dinghy. To survive the adventures ahead, he must cast fear into the depths and summon every skill learned in his young life.
This adventure story explores the beauty and myths of hummingbirds. The main characters; Spitfire and his sister Amelia, encounter situations while migrating from Panama to the United States. Illustrations by Jessica Hargreaves. Book design and map illustration by Jen O'Brien.
Biographical profile of Amelia Earhart. Earhart’s disappearance has mesmerized the American public ever since her fateful around-the-world flight in 1937. However, the public’s fascination with Lady Lindy began long before her disappearance as she ventured into what was an almost exclusively male domain: airplanes and flight, flaunting convention with panache. This is her story.