In this paranormal romance, Felicity, a college student, travels to the Amazon rainforest for her cultural study abroad program. She doesn't expect to find love; she expects to explore the influences of modern society on tribal cultures, and she hopes to interview the reticent Jebá, an attractive man who acts as interpreter between the remote tribes and the government programs that seek to understand them better.
Although he's fighting in a war he never asked to join, Len suffers a severe head wound. No one thinks he'll survive, but he does, and he returns home to his loving wife, Luanna. Once back home, he learns to talk, walk, be self-sufficient, and even graduates from college. But nightmares of the war still haunt Len. Years later, seeking closure, he visits the Vietnam War Memorial to pay tribute to his brothers who died. But for some reason, none of their names are listed. Now, Len must find out if the fate of his comrades is how he remembers, or if something else happened altogether.
Pat always knew she was adopted. What she didn't know was the depth of the cover-up. With her private investigator husband Charles, the two set out on a road trip that takes them from California to Iowa to uncover the deep, dark secrets that have plagued her for years. Her journey to find out the truth exposes a more meaningful discovery giving Pat the peace she always yearned for.
"Life is Made Beautiful Through Hardships"
Roderick Blockstone is a handsome young man who has it all - a beautiful, agreeable wife, a place in Parliament, and a large estate. But he's quickly reduced to a cantankerous young man when his beloved wife dies in childbirth. His one and only daughter, Ann, grows up willful and disobedient, brazenly ignoring the etiquette lessons given by her in-home tutor. Lonely and wild, Ann befriends Henry, the stable boy.