Anna Allen grew up in the Charleston Orphan House, but at eighteen, she must now leave. Her best option is to wed, and when a man from the Appalachian Mountains comes looking for a wife, she hesitantly agrees to marry him. However life with Elbert Ramsey and his father turns out to be miles from her dreams.
In 1851, Levi West decides to go stay with his brother in the Appalachian Mountains. His parents had died, leaving the farm in debt, and a brazen woman had caused a rift between him and his best friend. Although his sister-in-law’s younger sister acts almost as bad, Levi finds he loves the rugged mountains. When a hunting accident endangers his life, help comes from an unexpected source. Dare he hope for a family of his own or will another woman just disappoint him again?
When Gwen McAllister is accosted behind the soup kitchen where she volunteers, she wants to repay her homeless rescuer, so she talks him into going to her home for a meal. Despite her son’s and sister’s objections, she trusts Hunter.
Hunter Nash reluctantly goes with Gwen, but he leaves as soon as he can. With the baggage he carries, the widow and her three children don’t need him around. However, circumstances put them together again, and Hunter finds it hard to keep his feelings turned off and remain uncaring. But he’s determined to protect Gwen, even from himself.
Off The Streets is part 1 of Janice Cole Hopkins’ Another Chance series.
Two classic tales set in the Middle Ages comes alive with characters that will steal your heart. The timeless plots become believable and all too real and will leave readers turning pages until the end.
This is the print version of two related Kindle novellas, Roslyn’s Rescue and Glenda’s Gold.
Roslyn’s circumstances changed when her father died, and her mother fell ill. She doesn’t know what would have happened if Asher, the woodcutter, had not helped them, however, the villagers think him dimwitted. When some rogue knights try to harass Roslyn and her mother forbids her to see Asher again, things look even more dire, and her trips through the Dark Woods to see Grandmother become even more dangerous. Her grandmother keeps telling her to trust God, but will that be enough?
When the earl’s heir comes to the silver shop to buy a gift, he and Glenda are drawn to each other, but his family will never approve of her. Besides being a common shopkeeper’s daughter, her father is a braggart, and his boasting is bound to cause trouble. Little did she know it would involve her; Keynan, and an impossible task of spinning. With one dilemma following another and no end in sight, what will become of them?
Time-Told Tales Volume 1 includes Roslyn’s Rescue and Glenda’s Gold.
This book covers the period in Jesus’ life on earth when He traveled from Galilee to Jerusalem for the last time. From Jericho, Jesus will journey by foot up the steep incline and rough terrain to Jerusalem. He will enter the city amid palm branches and cheers, be arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane, stand trials, and suffer crucifixion at Golgotha.
Knowing that the end of His time on earth is drawing near, Jesus’ teachings are especially poignant and filled with meaning. He wanted His followers to be ready for the tests and trials to come. They would need understanding to carry on the work and proclaim the gospel message across the world. We do too, so let’s travel along on the road to Jericho and study Jesus’ teachings.
5 Steps To Surviving Teaching (Note that you can choose between audio, paperback or Kindle format)
Teaching is awesome …
And tougher than it looks.
The first year of teaching will likely be the roughest one of your career, but every year has its own unique challenges. Whether you’re about to embark upon the epic journey or speeding toward burnout, I hope you can find something inspirational within these pages.
Inside, you’ll find….
5 steps to surviving teaching
Tips and tricks for staying sane and saving time
Commentary on common teaching myths
Questions to ask yourself before quitting
How I improved my parent communication
***Bonus: Get 7+ fun and easy-to-run chemistry and biology projects
FBI Special Agent Ann Duncan knows how to face down danger, but once again, she’s not the target. Her baby sister, Joy Davidson, has stumbled upon a conspiracy and made some powerful enemies.
Luck and God’s grace help Ann save her sister the first time, but she knows the bad guys will try again. With Patrick on a university tour and perhaps the most important case of her career weighing upon her mind, Ann must find the strength, wisdom, and heart to find out who wants her sister dead, what Joy discovered, and how to stop the conspirators.
Ann instinctively knows that if she fails the Davidson case will only be the first of many tragedies.
Oh God. It Hurts! A book about pain, suffering, and the ‘love’ of God
Oh God. It hurts! Is a book about the hard questions in life.
Why is there pain?
Why do people suffer?
How does God fit into all of this?
This book asks lots of questions and shares the author’s own personal stories, as well as those of his sister. Many of those stories are unpleasant, and troubling.
If you are looking for simplistic answers, or simple platitudes, this book does not have them. However, if you are willing to wrestle with the hard subjects in life, you may find a fellow sojourner in this book.
After Aileas rejects him. Brady Shape leaves Wyoming and wanders to Texas. He gets a job at Double G Ranch and becomes their temporary foreman. However, he never feels comfortable in the job, although he’s determined to catch the cattle rustlers before he leaves. He can’t seem to forget Aileas, either.
When he meets Nora Joseph, she needs rescuing from a desperate situation. He’s determined to see her situated before he leaves Sagebrush, but somehow, she talks him into taking her with him. The only place he can think to take her is back to Aileas in Wyoming. However, getting there will take battling dust storms, the storms of their pasts, and storms that loom in the future.
Dust Storms can be read as a standalone or part ofthe trilogy. It does have a definite ending, although the family’s story continues.