Kace and Falcon have been through it all and have stayed strong. When they move to a community that accepts them and Falcon retires from the military, their lives should be perfect. Only Kace wants something and he's afraid it will be the one thing that will make Falcon walk away.
A disillusioned heiress wants nothing more than a place to call home. With lovable-but-quirky town folks, quaint country charm, and loads of business potential, Miller's Creek seems like the perfect place to start over. But Dani's dreams of finding home are crushed when malicious rumors and a devastating secret propel her down a road she never expected to travel.
Having grown up in the city in a tiny apartment that somehow fit four, Nick has always dreamed of a home like in the movies. So he should be over the moon when his father's investments finally provide sufficient funds for the family to build one. Then a chance encounter with Eli, the architect they hired, changes Nick's entire world, and forces him to reconsider what exactly home means...
Eve Quinn goes missing. Twenty-seven years later Clara Christensen is found. On her quest to find out who she is and where she comes from, Clara finds a new family and an old love. Trying to combine Clara and Eve, as well as living up to everyone’s expectations of who she should be is difficult. The new family doesn’t help. But the old love does.
Main Character is Georgia. Georgia's father finds an epic gaming computer for sale at the local flea market. He was told the couples son moved out unexpected after his father yelled at him about all his gaming he has been doing lately. He decides to buy it for Georgia. They take it home and hook it up.
As a cultural anthropologist, Terra is always outside, looking in. Her winter reprieve in a tiny village of mixed heritage families should be no different.
Their fragmented stream of life sweeps her off her feet, and threatens all she knows of her own past, and future. Some wish the whole village to flounder on the border of their homeland. Terra must tame the stream back into its banks.
After years of being drawn to northeast Maine from her native Midwest, Deborah Cummins traveled to Deer Isle, an island in eastern Penobscot Bay. In this gathering of essays and lyrical meditations that span several years Cummins invites readers to join in her journey of discovery, an eloquent exploration of the meaning of home and the differences between being from someplace and of a place.
Miles Gray has a wonderful life that he has refused to recognize. One day, he receives a present from a friend that is strange and peculiar. Unable to resist the present, Miles goes on a journey that he never could have imagined and that will change his life forever. This eBook also contains the bonus story: Copy Bird.