A perfect life, a perfect love – and a perfect murder. For over forty years Carol Cage has been living as a recluse in her mansion, Oaktree House. Fear is her constant companion. She’s been keeping a secret – and it’s about to be unearthed. When she receives a compulsory purchase order for her home, she knows that everyone is going to find out what she did to survive her darkest weeks in 1970. She writes her confession so that we can understand what happened because she wasn’t the only one living a lie. The events that turned her fairy-tale life into a living hell were not all they seemed. She’s determined not to pay for the mistakes of others;
The Grandmother she loved was not the Grandmother she knew. Soon Heather and her newly wedded husband Jason will be moving to the town where her Grandmother lived. Tattertown was such a nice community. With the nicest people. Almost too good to be true… Newlyweds Jason and Heather move to the small town of Tattertown, with a new job opportunity for Jason and fond memories from Heather. The memories she shared of her dear Grandmother in that town. They begin by joining a new social group. But unbeknownst to them the ‘group’ has a dark secret linked to them. A dark and chilling past linked to her Grandmother. A chilling secret that could bring Hell to Earth… “This book grabs
An elusive warrior lass ~ an unlikely Highland hero… After a Highlander savagely attacks her clan, mysterious and elusive Feiyan la Nuit knows she is the only warrior lass with the skills to track down the villain–and the nerve to assassinate him. But when she flinches at coldblooded murder, he seizes the advantage, unmasking her and taking her hostage. The son of a laird, Dougal mac Darragh never intended to wage war with the infamous Rivenlochs, nor is he the kind of man to hurt a lass, but now his only hope to keep his clan safe is to ransom his beautiful captive. Soon a brutal secret comes to light, one that threatens both their clans, and they discover that
Set in Africa, this book will appeal to readers from all parts of the world who enjoy intriguing and entertaining stories which reflect on the darker side of human nature. Greed, cunning, sex, infidelity, remorse and revenge are all addressed with humour. The stories concern women who each have a problem. Their solutions range from the courageous and clever to the devious and downright wicked. Margaret suspects the woman who her father plans to marry has something other than love in her mind; Meredith has difficult decisions to make after finding her husband in bed with his masseuse. Zindzi investigates the mystifying murder of a man who is apparently loved and admired by everyone. Annabelle has a talent for baking.
While there is more to witchcraft than casting spells, it’s hard to deny that spellcraft still plays a key part and is often how many of us start out in the magickal arts. But like most aspects of witchcraft, spellcraft is not easy. Lighting a thousand candles and reciting just as many beautifully rhyming words will not, in themselves, get the job done. It takes concerted and consistent effort to develop, hone, and maintain the skills and abilities that are necessary to make the magick go. Yet the ability to work effective magick is there for us all, and by making simple changes in your approach, you can create deep and lasting changes within your life. If you would do
It is frustrating to have your life altered negatively through no fault of yours. It is even more frustrating when the person in question shows no remorse for their actions. A Mother’s Journey: Through Faith, Hope, and Courage by Lisa Brodeur is a true-life story that tells the story of the struggles of the author and her family, following a tragedy that suddenly changed the course of their lives. This book not only shows readers how important faith, hope, and courage can be in difficult situations but also shows how far a mother is willing to go to ensure that all her children live a comfortable life. You will witness, death, grief, survival, medical issues, hardships, survivors’ guilt, court cases,
The Widower and the Teen is the erotic love story between an inexperienced eighteen-year-old girl and a forty-two-year-old widower. The two shouldn’t be together, but after making bad choices and following their hearts, they could end up happier than if they’d done everything right. After Jason Jay loses his wife to cancer, he sleepwalks through life, only working and taking care of his teenage son, until one of his son’s friends, Jessica, wakes him up and pulls him out of his depression. In her last year of high school, Jessica blooms from a frumpy fat girl into a sexy young woman. She’d always had the cute face of the girl next door, but now she has the curvy body of
Aliens, called Hocalie, come to Earth, cute, furry, and apparently harmless. They didn’t even bring weapons. They say they’re searching for one person to represent Earth at the Intergalactic Trade Center on Rosat. The right person. Thousands of people apply. Earth’s governments vie to get their representatives picked. The Hocalie listen to all the suggestions. Then they choose Robin Mayfield, a young artist. Only after they are in space, and it is too late to turn back, do they tell Robin why they picked her. The Hocalie believe that only she can stop an intragalactic war. But they won’t tell her how she is supposed to do that. No one knows who the Marauders are or why they are attacking