L.A. Theatre Works presents Five Short Stories by Women, a quintet of tales from some of America’s most distinguished female authors.
"Good dramas but lack variety"
From nationally best-selling author Rebecca Hagan Lee comes a romance set in England during the 1790s. The Earl of Weymouth insists his son marry before going off to fight the French. Lady Tressingham insists her daughter marry as soon as possible as well. The children, however, are very resistant to the institution of marriage. But they do wed as a matter of convenience. When Griffen returns from war, though, he's a different man than before.
"Nice book, strange narrator"
[Contains explicit content] How could she win an argument against somebody with an early training in propaganda? She had to resort finally to the truth, that rinky-dink little boat in the great sea of persuasion.
National best-selling author Rebecca Hagan Lee pushes another stubborn bachelor of the Free Fellows League toward the altar in Hardly a Husband. And obstinate Marquess Jarrod Shepherdston is not about to take the plunge without protest.
Rebecca Hagan Lee is a best-selling and award-winning author. She writes engaging historical romances that are packed with intrigue. Barely a Bride introduced the wealthy bachelors of the Free Fellows League. In this second novel of the series, Colin McElreath, Viscount Grantham, is being forced into a marriage - one intended to protect the League and the Viscount's good name.
"Great Book, Great Narrator, Poor Sound Editing"
In "Coventry's Christmas", Rebecca Hagan Lee offers a charming new story. With Christmas approaching, Amabel Thurston is ordered from the family home by her father's widow and must seek the protection of her guardian, Deverel Brookfield, eighth Marquess of Coventry. Unfortunately, the Devil of Coventry has little use for Christmas and even less for proper young ladies.
"Withdraw, rework then reissue"
Poetry is deepest feeling set to music. Longings of the heart, appreciation for others, love, sorrows, joys...all can be expressed through the amazing method of rhyme and rhythm. This poetry will grip your heart and make you think.
In the darkness you can only go so fast before you smash into something. Or someone. And nearly kill them - does it make you a murderer then? That's what haunted Ron for years, until he finally he meets the very man again, and he faces for the first time in his life a death to life experience. A book of exciting, dramatic stories that will give you a gut ache - and tears in your eyes.
This is the amazing, true story of a 19-year-old girl. Since childhood, she saw the hand of God's provision in amazing ways, everything from seeing an angel walking her back to her family in the middle of a big city store, to mysterious pizzas that show up at the door when the family is out of food...till now, when her life is still spread out before her! This book includes poems of the author.
"Jeff Sessions Used Political Funds for Republican Convention Expenses" is from the March 02, 2017 Politics section of The Wall Street Journal. It was written by Paul Sonne, Rebecca Ballhause and Carol E. Lee and narrated by Paul Ryden.
"Tighter Presidential Race Brings a Shift in Tactics" is from the November 01, 2016 Politics section of The Wall Street Journal. It was written by Rebecca Ballhaus, Janet Hook and Carol E. Lee and narrated by Alexander Quincy.
"10 Percent of Florida Adults Are Ineligible to Vote. Why?" is from the October 06, 2016 US section of The New York Times. It was written by K.K. Rebecca Lai and Jasmine C. Lee and narrated by Kristi Burns.