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Hestor's Way

A May-December romance and the return of an old love keep this sexy romance sizzling from start to finish! Love is the last thing on gifted artist, Beth Hadley’s mind as she prepares for a one-woman show while enjoying a bittersweet summer before her son, Kit leaves for college. Then, out of the blue, an unexpected, secret love blossoms with Jack Talbot, Kit’s best friend, and they begin a passionate affair that could destroy her world, tear her family apart, and shatter the peace of her close-knit community. As Beth struggles with guilt and remorse over the relationship with Jack, an old love returns and with him, a chance for deep, abiding eternal love. Is it too late for her? 
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Widow's Island

Biologist, Ned Fielding leaves the tattered remains of his marriage behind to spend six months on Winward Island, a property shared by SENCA, his land conservation group, and the reclusive, Widow Barlow. Dispatched to the island to study a rare species of carrion beetle, Ned finds himself much more interested in studying the island’s only other human, the beautiful, Addie Barlow, whose screams of terror awaken him in the dead of night.

A hurricane and near-drowning throw the island’s two inhabitants together and they begin a smoldering love affair. The locals call the Widow Barlow a witch and enchantress. They claim she murdered her much older husband, the philanthropist, King Barlow, but Ned cannot quite believe the wild tales about the gentle woman he adores. Enchantress, maybe—with her closest companions, an osprey, dolphin, and coyote – but murderess? Will Ned’s quest for the truth destroy their love and Addie’s heart? 
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Song of the Spirit

In the late 1800s, post-Civil War, two young Cheyenne sisters are wrenched from a loving family, kidnapped and incarcerated at Rose Academy, a harsh, Indian boarding school established to assimilate native young people, teach them English, and eradicate their knowledge of traditional ways, considered inferior to the ways of the Washita (whites).

Forbidden to speak their native language, the sisters are whipped and punished, however, the school harsh life fails to break their spirit. The eldest, Wind Flower, on the cusp of womanhood, excels academically, while continually planning their escape. Time and again she is hunted down and forcibly returned to Rose Academy. There, she watches her beloved little sister’s alarming transformation into a proper Washita girl. At the same time, Wind Flower finds love, with a young Sioux, renamed Caleb Green, by his captors. 

A fast-paced, breathtaking tale of courage and romance, Song of the Spirit’s unforgettable characters intersect with historical events of the day, including the devastation of the Wound Knee massacre. Will these three courageous young people find freedom, or lose themselves and their way of life to the relentless cruelty of the Washita world? 
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