Sondra Allan Carr lives in the Bluegrass state of Kentucky with her husband of more than four decades. Sondra loves to travel and has been to Europe, China, Australia, and India. She recently spent time in the rainforest of Belize, an experience reflected in the setting for her second book in The World of Pangaea saga, The Savage.
A confessed word nerd and compulsive reader, Sondra has “read all of Shakespeare” at the top of her bucket list. She believes truth is stranger than fiction and fiction is often truer than real life—or at least most of the time it makes more sense. When she isn’t reading or succumbing to the allure of the internet, she spends her time writing and trying to make sense of the world.
Return to The World of Pangaea with the coming-of-age story of King Armander's eldest daughter. Lost in the jungle after a foolish misadventure lands her deep in enemy territory, Princess Leeahna must rely on the taciturn savage who is her unlikely rescuer. Their journey together forces her to confront her prejudice—and, in the end, her heart.
The villain gets to have his say in this short story prequel to The Savage. His birthright was stolen by a thieving king, the one they used to call The Beast. Ax has waited fifteen long years for his revenge, determined that King Armander will die by his hand. But first, he wants the king to know the misery of a man who has lost all he holds dear. Ax plans to start with Armander's daughter.
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In this introduction to the fantasy romance series The World of Pangaea, a woman’s paranormal ability to see the future brands her as a witch.
In this first book of the fantasy romance series The World of Pangaea, young Armander takes the throne determined to restore his kingdom to its former glory. Yet he must first battle The Beast that rages within him, the legacy of his demon-worshipping father. Can love redeem The Beast before it destroys all he holds dear?
Set during America's Gilded Age, A Bed of Thorns and Roses offers a new take on the classic theme of Beauty and the Beast, following in the tradition of such well-loved authors as Elizabeth Hoyt, Mary Balogh and Loretta Chase. This bittersweet story takes the reader on a memorable journey where lives and hearts once thought irredeemably scarred are transformed by the healing power of love.
Warning! If you start reading this book you will find it hard to put down. Alpha male meets alpha female--and sparks fly from the beginning. This is a highly entertaining read, yet the characters come across as real people who have known heartbreak and challenges over the years. I found myself rooting for them to earn their happily ever after. They do, but not without a few bumps along the way. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series. From now on Donna McDonald is an author on my permanent "to read" list.