Mallory Scott trusts no one. At twenty-two, she’s in a battle for her life. Living in a women’s shelter after finally escaping an abusive relationship, the only thing Mallory is focused on is staying safe. But when he finds her again, Mallory must flee the shelter in the middle of the night and rely on the kindness of a stranger to help her create a new life for herself in Paradise, Pennsylvania, far away from everything she knows.
It’s an early Learning Book for Toddlers between age 1-4 years to have fun while learning about English alphabets, Numbers, Colors and Shapes. With each English alphabets there are five pictures associated and overall it has hundred and thirty (130) colorful pictures to learn English Alphabets which are perfect for giving toddlers a head start in developing early identification of alphabets and build their vocabulary.
Under the Harvest Moon, by Beth Wiseman
Love and Buggy Rides, by Amy Clipston
Mischief in the Autumn Air, by Vannetta Chapman
A Quiet Love, by Kathleen Fuller
Following her New York Times bestselling Glimpses of Heaven, Trudy Harris has collected even more true stories of the tender beauty and pain of life’s end. Through her own stories and those of medical professionals and hospice workers, Harris brings readers with her on the search for God, forgiveness, faith, repentance, and ultimate acceptance and peace. The perfect gift for someone who has experienced the death of a loved one, More Glimpses of Heaven will bring peace and comfort to all who read it.
A string of murders in the Big Easy could be reporter Taylor Jaymes’s big break. . .but she’ll have to convince detective John Bradley that she’s more than a redheaded vixen with a hunch. Samantha Cain is on the case – twice: after witnessing a terrifying scene, she finds herself a serial killer’s target; the when her boss is murdered, her own innocence is on the line
A construction worker must choose between protecting his young son from an abusive mother, or a life full of music with the girl of his dreams. James Preston rejected his Pentecostal heritage long ago. Now, he abandons his education to provide for the young son he didn’t know existed. Can he persuade Joni to join his new family before Isaac’s abusive mother tears it apart? Or will the court finally grant him sole custody?
(The Whatever Series)
A beloved classic of children’s literature, Pollyanna, the best-selling 1913 story by Eleanor H. Porter, shows how orphaned child Pollyanna Whittier transforms an entire town for the better with her “glad game” – optimism, faith, and determination to look for the good in everything.
A lawyer ready to die takes one final case…the trial of his life. Attorney Kent “Mac” MacClain has nothing left to live for. Nine years after the horrific accident that claimed the life of his wife and two sons, he’s finally given up. His empty house is a mirror for his empty soul, it seems suicide is his only escape. And then the phone rings.
Nathan Pennington, aka billionaire attorney, had only one idea on his mind the week before Christmas…forget about the past year and enjoy the beautiful Park City ski slopes. His plan was working, until some annoying ski bunny sprayed snow in his face. Her rudeness wasn’t something he could let slide. Nathan chases the woman down the hill intent on chewing her out, but when face-to-face, he’s struck by the vulnerability and anger in her eyes.
(A Last Play Companion)
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