Their parents paid the ransom - the kidnappers released one child. Haunted by the pleading eyes of her older sister, Tess Howard has spent the last 24 years searching for Rhona. Reunited at last, the pair is thrust into a deadly world of deception where the bond of shared secrets threatens to choke the light of truth. Blood is thicker than water, but a heart of darkness exacts revenge, not love.
"Kidnapped sisters, both ransomed, only one returns"
An abandoned house on a north woods lake, dreams of a lover from another time. Lindsay wants the hundred-year-old home to heal her troubled marriage, something unseen in the house wants her. When her husband inherits his abandoned childhood home on a north woods lake, Lindsay Peterson is delighted. Strange things happen when she sees the decaying house for the first time: she knows how the rooms are arranged, knows of a gazebo that hasn't existed for fifty years.
"Don't waste your credit!"
The story is about a big city girl who takes a job on an Oklahoma ranch. She meets and gets temporarily stranded with loner Curt Hayden, the foreman, and a man with a past that has made him wary of love.
It wasn't until I killed a rogue skunk, and my daughter nearly choked on a fry, that I gave my husband another chance. But could our marriage recover from the death of our son?
Res Gestae Christiani: My Time as the President of the Cambridge University Korean Society 2002-2003by Christian Kim is a heart-warming real-life account of the struggle of Korean students at Cambridge University to empower themselves against all odds. At the helm of this endeavor is Christian Kim, who was the President of Cambridge University Korean Society from 2002 to 2003.