Will Trish and Nick's budding romance turn into a relationship? Can she handle all the super model female friends hanging around him? Things are heating up at work and Trish needs to put her foot down, but how will her boss take it? Why is Brutus not eating? Is he getting sick? All the drama is making Trish stressed out. Find out how she deals with it all in part three! Part one is FREE!
A PECULIAR BLEND by Rich Green is a small collection that holds contemporary and fantasy tales of flash fiction. These stories show us moments of desperation, life lessons, as well as the theft of artifacts.
A new wife and a vengeful ghost. Not a good mix.
Letitia – Tish – Stanyer makes husband Theo promise never to remarry if she dies and he complies just to pacify her. She isn’t going to die.
She does – and he does remarry. Tish isn’t happy. Her spirit cannot rest with another woman in her domain, sampling the delights of her husband. Theo belongs to her – Sheena will have to go.
Dottie didn’t mean to run away. But when she accidentally slipped out of her collar on the Razorback Greenway Trail during a Saturday walk, she began a day of adventure—exploring the town and the University of Arkansas campus. Along her journey she meets new friends and even learns how to Call the Hogs. She always planned to be home before dark, but will she be able to find the way home?
One morning, you wake up to the news that the White House is on fire. That news may, or may not, make your day. When you go out to walk your dog, depending on how you feel about this disruption, your day will get even better, or far, far worse.
“Stumpy the Puppy and Patchy the Kitten Become Best Friend” is a story for children of any age about the little dog who finds a little cat and brings it home. They become friends and play together around the house. Because they are naughty, the children have to teach them how to behave well. The story teaches the importance of taking care for the pets.
Best Seller in dog books for kids! Max didn't mean to run away, but when he found himself alone in the moonlit woods of the Ozarks, he saw his chance for freedom. No humans to tell him what to do. No cats running the house. No one to call him Bad Dog. He could be wild and free and never have to answer to anyone again! But will that freedom turn out to be the fantastic journey he was expecting?
A short story about America from the eyes of an American who often isn’t viewed as one. Written by a Veteran of the 10th Mountain Division, "He's a Mexican." One who has probably done more pushups for his Country than the arm chair patriots who have staked a claim to “I’m the real American, you are not.”
Cuentos de Niños Extraordinarios es un libro hecho por estudiantes de la Universidad Casa Grande, que recopila maravillosos cuentos hechos por niños y niñas de casas de acogidas de la ciudad de Guayaquil, Ecuador. Estos cuentos son el resultado de talleres educativos, de narración e ilustración acerca de la convivencia responsable con animales de compañía.