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Which is more important – being forgiven or being forgotten?
“No!” Caitlyn cried, taking my hand. “No, please don’t. I thought we were past all that. We don’t have to pretend to be perfect, Mom. Talk to me. Tell me what you wanted to share. I’m here to listen.”
Closing my eyes, I let out a deep breath. Tell her the truth, I encouraged myself. Sitting up straight, I looked deep into my daughter’s eyes and said, “Well, I guess the first thing I need to tell you is that my name isn’t Hillary.”
Raised by a puritanical father and subservient mother, Hannah was taught that her purpose was determined by the men in her life. Harrison Fisher made her question everything she believed, encouraging her to think for herself while sparking a fire within her. But just when she dared to hope of building a new life, she was tricked into marrying a charlatan.
Plagued by family secrets and the diary of her husband’s dead wife, Hannah struggles with the consequences of her choices. Tested by a murder and punished for being willful, she plots to escape the hell of her existence. Though she dreams of being the perfect daughter and wife without losing herself, it seems inevitable that she’ll become the sinner she fears.
This is a story of struggle, understanding, and redemption. It is a warning to all of what might come if we don’t find value within ourselves.
Which is more important – financial security or sharing your life with the man you love?
I just wanted to send you a friendly warning. No, not a threat. Not a leave my husband alone. Because if you want him still, he’s yours. But I would say that no amount of money is worth what Jeremy will put you through. Find someone who will share a dessert with you and not make you wish you had ordered one yourself. ~ Caitlin Chase
Ginger never dreamed of becoming a mistress. What little girl does? But the lies trapped her before she recognized them, and her heart was already his.
Orphaned by a fatal house fire, Ginger was imprisoned with a controlling foster mother. Over time, she found love, but it seemed it wasn’t meant to last. Outcast, she was forced to flee.
A path of discovery led Ginger to employment in a strip club and the bed of Jeremy Whittaker. Finding herself caught between realities, she must figure out who she is, and where she belongs before it’s too late.
Which is more important – wreaking revenge or finding peace?
Caitlyn’s life is altered by the death of the father she idolized and further broken by a tainted prom night. These are triggers that begin her path of self-destruction. When happiness finally seemed attainable, she learned that her beloved husband isn’t who he appeared to be. This is the catalyst that forces the passive woman she’s become to no longer remain silent.
The past year had been full of lies, deceit, and revenge. All of it had changed me. It made me cold. The need to win drove my actions.
They say revenge is best served cold, but at what cost? In the end, Caitlyn must make a choice. Should she become the vengeful woman she’s plotted to be, or can she walk away for a fresh start?
A mysterious friend reappears in the lives of cousins Hannah Mitchell and Jenna Warnke. His return causes a haunted past to be revived and a search for answers about ancient myths in the Snoqualmie Valley of Washington State is born. Could modern science hold the key, or does the truth lie in something supernatural?
An unlikely romance is encouraged by hope but threatened by heartbreak. Tragic loss and prejudice loom over the friends, drawing out the darkness of unexpected enemies. Is love strong enough to endure, or will worlds be destroyed?
Come discover what lurks in the shadows but desires the light!
Tiffany is a seventeen-year-old girl caught in a battle for existence. As she tries to claim rights to her own life and mind, her abusive mother struggles to maintain control.Pouring her hatred for the world onto her daughter, Tiffany suffers under her mother’s guise of concern as her mother convinces everyone that Tiffany’s wounds are self-inflicted. Fighting to prove she’s not mentally unstable and seeking escape from her mother’s tyranny, Tiffany must make the ultimate choice as to who lives and who dies.
But how far is she willing to go, and is redemption worth the price of her soul?
Though this book is considered Young Adult (because of the age of the main protagonist), it has mature content, which includes rape, as well as other physical, emotional, and mental abuse. It is not suitable for those under the age of 16.
Starved for love and fearing time is running out, attorney Tally Abram seeks the aid of her gay best friends, Lex and Ishkode Ackerman, in fathering the children she desperately wants. Will they comply? Will Tally find the family she craves? Or will her need for completion destroy the most important relationships in her life?
This book explores the ideas of family structure, tri-parenting, and polyamorous relationships. It contains mature material and is not suitable for those under 18 years of age.
Description There isn’t an official description for this book. It is science fiction and tells the story of Deak, who after suffering a tragedy has let himself go. He is a drunk and doesn’t realise they are still people around who care for him.
When a young girl arrives in his bar needing help, it gives him something care about.
A story of hope when things seem so bleak.