L. H. Sain


I am a 25 year old wife and mother. I am currently at home with our 3 year old son, who is my pride and joy. I wrote some childrens books awhile back and I am currently working on a new project that i hope everyone will enjoy reading as much as I have been enjoying writing it.

Latest project is called Something Wicked! Here is a sneak peek!
Braylen is unkowning a very powerful witch. She was left on the doorstep of an orphanage only mere hours after her birth. Living with the strange things that always seemed to happen around her she was raised in the orphanage until a loving couple with no other children adopted her at the age of six. Ten years later she is sixteen and starting her second year of highschool.
Jake came up and wrapped his arm around Ren's waist and looked from Riley to Braylen “dude what are you doing with the weirdo?” Jake said laughing at her. Braylen slammed her locker door and all the windows on this side of the school shattered. Everyone screamed and Braylen walked off through the rain of falling shards of glass. They scratched her face and her bare arms but she didn't care. Riley chased her “where are you going?” he demanded pulling her to a stop, “to class” she said jerking her arm out of his grasp. “Braylen your face and you arms a cut, you have pieces of glass embedded in your skin, you need to go to the nurse, probably the hospital” Riley said pulling her away from the hall that led to class to the front of the school to find the nurses office. To her disbelief there was more people waiting on the nurse than she knew even went to this school. “Come on I will take you to the hospital” Riley said, she wanted to protest but knew he was right. “Why did you not get any cuts?” Braylen asked as he drove her to the hospital.



A Tractor For Me
Price: Free! Words: 250. Language: English. Published: June 25, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Children's Books » Growing Up
(3.00 from 1 review)
A Tractor For Me is a story about a little boy and his first time to ever see a tractor working out in the field. He is instantly amazed by this tractor and cant stop watching it. This is a book all boys who love tractors will relate to.
Night Night Lil Baby
Price: Free! Words: 330. Language: English. Published: June 24, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Children's Books » Growing Up
Night Night Lil Baby is a story all parents know about getting a child ready for bed. This story is about a baby in a hurry to get cuddled into bed with his mommy so he can hear her sing his favorite night time lullaby.

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  • Unforeseen: City of the Damned Book 3 on Aug. 12, 2011

    I love this series! I wish this book had not ended so soon I am dying to know more about the dhampyr and Viktor! Excelent work! I will wait as patiently as possible for book 4....
  • The Price of Innocence on Aug. 12, 2011

    I loved this! Its a beautiful story I could not put down. This is why i love historical romance to read books like these. I can not wait to read book 2.
  • Five on Aug. 18, 2011

    I loved this book, it took a little bit for me to get into but once I did I couldn't stop reading!
  • Lisette on Sep. 20, 2011
    (no rating)
    Ok I have just started this book. I am confused because the title page says its book 2 about Victoria and first I thought just a mix up no big deal and I got to reading it and it seems to be about Victoria and not Lisette. I don't mind it throws me off a little but I was planning on reading all of the books anyway but I don't want to get through this book and go and get book 2 and end up with two of the same books.
  • Cecilie (Dark Creature #1) on Sep. 28, 2011

    I am a fan of Penelope Fletcher, I love Rae's books and I can not wait for Demon Dark to come out. So when I seen she had this book out I did not hesitate to download it, but I have to say it is not my favorite. I loved the story line but I didn't like the main character, there was very little interaction with other people in the book, and to much inner babble with the character she was always talking or thinking to herself. To me there should have been more character inner actioin and less inner babble.