Make potty training a complete success with the best-selling potty-training book used by millions of parents. After years of work as a private potty-training coach, Jennifer Nicole is finally ready to reveal her secrets to potty training your child in just three days. Many children are able to learn toilet training in less than a day. Each child is unique, and Jennifer's system is designed to help every child get ready to use the potty.
"Good but no night time details"
Visiting her crusty 79-year-old aunt in northern Iowa, Marley Clark tries to save a billionaire when he tumbles from an excursion boat captained by Marley's cousin. But the victim-founder of a biotech empire-is dead before his body hits the water. Soon Marley is consoling the widow, an old college friend and prime murder suspect.
"Great second installment"
When homegrown terrorists threaten to turn Blue Ridge University into a funeral pyre, Riley Reid, Director of Security, is thrown into a shadow world where old hatreds run deep, family feuds poison relationships, and death and danger spill off the college campus into mountain wilderness. To survive, the former FBI agent must decide where to place her trust. Not easy when conflicting loyalties pose ethical dilemmas and the men in her life trigger emotions that war with logic.
Faye Summer has been haunted by a three-thousand-year-old-murdered Egyptian princess, one of the five daughters of Nefertiti and the doomed pharaoh Akhenaton, since she was a young girl…and has glimpsed her desperate ghostly face in darkened mirrors and heard her whispers in her dreams.
"Another solid read by this author!"
What do you suppose would happen if, through a series of unfortunate events, you found yourself trapped in an asylum and couldn't get out again? Alma, our main character in this bizarre tale, finds herself in just such a predicament. Now she's on the run, down the halls and corridors of Pine Haven Sanitarium with a tall, husky orderly in white hot on her heels. She finds refuge in one resident's room but soon wishes she'd stayed to face the orderly.