This is Book 3 of Love on Life’s Zip Line. John just kept surprising Patricia. Remembering little things about her and about their life together. He was like the man she had fallen in love with in college. Not like the man she had spent so much time hating and avoiding and keeping from their daughter and granddaughter. Could she trust him? Should she take a chance on him again?
Melissa is back in college focused on finishing her degree. Jason, a former Marine, introduces himself the first day of their statistics class. He’s facing a challenge that frightens him more than anything he experienced in the Marines.
Their love story exemplifies the analogy, “Love on life’s zip line is the messiest and most complicated experience of all, but it is oh so worth it.”
Maggie McClellan is a single and single-minded woman whose sole purpose in life is to protect the M-Bar Ranch and the M-Bar Ranch family: her son, T.J., Martha and Jonah (who have lived on the ranch as long as Maggie), the M-Bar horses, and one stray dog who knows all Maggie’s sorrows.
Maggie is smart. She knows how to run a ranch and how to keep her guests happy; she knows when to stay out of Martha’s kitchen and not to leave Jonah’s tools lying around; she knows how to soothe a frightened colt, and that T.J. worries too much for a little boy, but she doesn’t know how to stop an anonymous investor from buying out her leases. Maggie will not lose everything her parents built. Saving the M-Bar is the only way to keep her parents’ memory alive. When the pressure of holding everything together weighs too heavily, Maggie breaks a long-standing rule: she rides off alone across the M-Bar pastures without telling anyone where she’s going.
Witt McCreigh has been Maggie’s best friend her whole life. When Maggie never returns to the ranch, Witt saddles Maggie’s best mare, abandons the formal search party, and follows his heart. Witt rides with one hope—to find Maggie alive, and one regret—that he has never told her how much he loves her.
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Five-and-a-half years in a State Penitentiary or six and a half month as a sex-slave at a bdsm dude ranch. That was the choice facing Delilah Davenport after sentencing. What would you take? What did she take?
Warning: This book contains extreme sexual situations.
Targeted Age Group: 18+
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Jack Leonard’s father, Billy, is an alcoholic.
Billy isn’t a bad guy. Friends would say he’s the life of the party; his family might refer to him as harmless. After all, he isn’t a mean drunk … he’s a happy drunk.
Unfortunately, these things tend to run in the family, and it looks like Jack will inherit his birthright and join his father in the bottle.
Then Jack meets a girl, and what once seemed inevitable, never materializes. Samantha fills the little holes in Jack’s life. Fast-forward twenty years and his life is nearly perfect.
Except … that would be too easy. Life doesn’t work that way … and fate has a test in store for the Leonards.
Texas Jack is a compelling story about family relationships, redemption, and finding harmony with loved ones. It’s about people at their best and worst and everything in between. At the core is always family.
Recommended for anyone who enjoys a family drama, has been close to alcoholism, or believes in the power of love.
Targeted Age Group: 40-65
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An epic tale of Texas inspired by the author’s own Texan roots, The Texicans is a saga of a frontier family’s courage in the face of tumultous historical events.
The Stockman family immigrate to Spanish Texas in 1806, only to find themselves inexorably drawn into the bitter conflict between Mexico and Spain. Joining forces with a dashing young Royalist deserter, Miguel Gonzales, they join in the battle to free Mexico and Texas from Spanish rule.
Rewarded as heroes of Mexico these Texicans find themselves vilified by the hoards of North Americans pouring across Texas’s unprotected border.
These newcomers, calling themselves Texians, view Mexico, Mexicans, and Texicans as the enemy.
Targets of prejudice, the Stockmans are themselves torn along cultural lines as their hero-turned-despot, President Santa Ana, propels them to a deadly showdown.
Targeted Age Group: 12-90
This book is bargain priced from 08/08/2014 until 08/22/2014
Audrey Allen is poised to become the youngest Texas senator, a position that fits her nickname, The Peacemaker. But she’s unable to make peace with many in her hometown, where memories and grudges run deep from a decade-old tragedy.
Ethan Tanner, an ambitious and tantalizing journalist, joins her at Thanksgiving for an in-depth look at the promising candidate. But he has an agenda of his own that’s not entirely honorable.
Ethan could stir up trouble for her budding career, or awaken the deep passions she’s buried for so long. Will Ethan find that he values love more than getting the story?
This book is bargain priced from 03/01/2014 until 02/02/2014
Ephraim Bradford is seventeen years old in the spring of 1814 when he deserts from the British Army. When his ship to America is commandeered by privateers Ephraim becomes part of the pirate empire led by Captain Jean Lafitte. Soon Ephraim, a merchant by training, is managing the sale of Lafitte’s stolen goods in New Orleans.
As Ephraim lands in America, a thousand miles away in the bustling city of Baltimore, Charlotte Fuller reluctantly marries a swindler twice her age. When her foolhardy husband is killed she is left starving and alone on the streets of the Crescent City. Desperate and near death, the only work she can find is in a Bourbon Street bordello.
Pirates or Patriots follows a young British merchant from the cold fields of Shropshire England to the warm waters of the Mississippi delta and a young farm girl from the sunny shores of the Chesapeake Bay to the gritty underbelly of the French Quarter. On a warm summer afternoon the two fall in love only to be torn apart by their secret lives and the looming Battle of New Orleans.