Liberty is 18 and ready to tackle the world. And she knows she doesn't want to do it under the thumb of her father and his suffocating religion. But what she doesn't know is that there is a battle underway - a battle over her soul - and someone or something is calling her to the tiny town of Commack, Maine, where big things await.
"Neither Angels nor Demons Can Separate Us from God"
Darcy was 24, living with her parents, and struggling to make her student loan payments. So, when she heard that Grace Space Independent Consultants make $40 per hour, she could hardly wait to sign on the dotted line. That signature launched her into a crazy adventure full of embarrassing blunders, kooky characters, and sidesplitting laughs, and it's not long before she starts to wonder if the purple dream is too good to be true.
"A Quick, Quirky Read"
How can Ann find a grandfather who's just right? With so many aunts and uncles, why doesn't Ann Riley have a grandfather? Her friend, Katie Murphy, has a special grandfather who tells stories and remembers all the things he did at home in Ireland. When Katie's little sister tells Ann that everyone has to have a grandfather, Ann decides to find one of her own. She asks all her neighbors around Boltonville to be her grandfather.
"A Charming Book"