Long Way Home
Civil War Novella
Bailey has promised to keep her family safe until the men in her family
return from War. That includes bringing her brother’s fiancée, Sarah
Hardeman, and Sarah’s mother and sisters to stay at her grandmother’s
home in town. Maybe she shouldn’t have stolen back her horses from the
Yankees, but she could think of no other way to rescue the Hardeman
years to return to Witherspoon, Georgia and Parmelia. Who would have
dreamed war would bring him back. He had to protect Parmelia from a
renegade who’d vowed to make her sorry she’d turned down his proposal.
He prayed he wasn’t too late.
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A Topsy Turvy
Beth Pendleton is tired of
gossip her three failed engagements--each arranged by her pompous
father--have created. She knows she’s not a jinx, an Ice Queen, a snob,
or any of the other hurtful labels slapped on her. She takes food to
the ill, serves the community in numerous ways, and is active in
church. For her twenty-eight years she has tried to please her
demanding parents. Neither her mother nor her father has ever had an
encouraging word to say to her. Spiteful comments from her only cousin
incite Beth to take charge of her fate. She proposes to Mason
Whittaker, her lifelong friend and champion.
Mason Whittaker, is
a hero after any woman’s heart.
Carrying on his father’s ranching tradition, he has strong family ties.
Unlike Beth’s critical parents, Mason’s mother and father are loving
and kind and he has a close knit extended family. As long as Mason can
remember, he’s been in love with Beth. The only time he loses his
temper is when he hears someone speak ill of her. But he’s learned to
count to ten--or twenty--to curb his anger. He never believed he’d be
able to marry her. Her proposal astonished and pleased him. But
wait...did she mention love?
Mason marry Beth and put an end to the gossip? And what about that
silly bet Beth made with cousin Rachel that Beth would be wed by the
end of June? What will Mason think if he learns of her impetuous
gamble? But Beth’s bet is not the only hazard to their wedding.
Murphy’s Law is working overtime as Beth and Mason battle outside
forces to create their happily ever after.
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Save Your Heart For Me
ago Beth Jeffers fled her abusive
husband. Now, she wants nothing more than to protect her son Davey and
help her mother operate a boarding house. The women in her family have
no luck with men and she has no intention of letting any man mar her
son’s life. Not even Matt Petrov, no matter how much her heart urges
Marshall Matt Petrov fell in love with Beth
the first time he saw her. She was another man’s wife, so he kept his
longing to himself. But when he and the lovely widow cross paths again,
he intends to seize his chance at happiness.
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