Her name is Martha Baird. Most know her as Etta Place, the fearless woman who rides with notorious outlaws Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Told in Etta's voice, "Sundance, Butch and Me" is history transformed. From daring train robberies and hair-raising escapes from the law, to her attraction to Sundance and love for Butch, experience the drama, passion, and adventure of the American West’s most legendary woman. REVIEWS "...a realistic portrayal of historic events that touches the imagination and stirs the spirit." ~The Literary Times "...meticulously researched... a skillful first-person narrative." ~Publishers Weekly REAL WOMEN OF THE AMERICAN WEST, in series order Libbie Sundance, Butch and Me Cherokee Rose
Major Jack Novak has never failed to meet a challenge--until he meets army nurse Lieutenant Ruth Doherty. When Jack lands in the army hospital after a plane crash, he makes winning Ruth's heart a top priority mission. But he has his work cut out for him. Not only is Ruth focused on her work in order to support her orphaned siblings back home, she carries a shameful secret that keeps her from giving her heart to any man. Can Jack break down her defenses? Or are they destined to go their separate ways? A Memory Between Us is the second book in the WINGS OF GLORY series, which follows the three Novak brothers, B-17 bomber pilots with the US Eighth Air Force stationed in England during World War II.
Kate and Sam Blake were the recipients of the essence of an ancient civilization. Their tasks; return the essences to their home world and prepare for a war that was prophesized in the sixth century on Earth. Over time, when no war materialized, they became convinced the prophesy was wrong and settled down to relatively normal lives. Kate has been kidnapped. She has been told the prophesy was not wrong and that she is one of the keys to survival of four worlds. Alacea is a key outpost in the coming conflict, but they are on the verge of a civil war. Her abductor is faced with a problem that must be resolved before they arrive at Alacea. Kate has steadfastly rejected the source of the gifts she has received and her own destiny. She must be convinced to overcome the conflicts that plague her. Lives depend on it.
Edited by Leslie Mitchell at G2 Freelance Editing and rereleased 1/21/14. Devastated by the loss of Cade and struggling to survive in a world I no longer know, I'm determined to exact revenge upon the aliens that have shredded my life, and the lives of my family and friends. Presented with an opportunity to uncover the secret that Dr. Bishop feels my blood holds, I strike out on a mission with a small group of fellow survivors. We're determined to gather the supplies necessary to discover what help I may be for humanity. Though I'm haunted by memories of those I've lost, I refuse to give up hope that one day we might be able to regain some semblance of our former lives. Chances of that are looking smaller and smaller as we're confronted with new, and even deadlier creatures looking for only one thing; the destruction of the human race. Recommended reading order of the complete Ravening Series: Ravenous (Book 1) Taken Over (Book 2) Reclamation (Book 3) Young Adult. This book contains some language, violence, and sexual situations. Recommended for ages sixteen and up. Cover art by EbookLaunch
The Fellers Called Him Bill is a story of the American Civil War by P.J. Kearns. It is a thoroughly engaging account of the Great Rebellion following one young mans incredible journey through it. The generously illustrated narrative is presented as a three volume set Book 1 - Secession and the Outbreak of War Book 2 - The Rebellion Intensifies Book 3 - The Final Desperate Fighting and the Aftermath of War The story touches on the military, social, political, and economic realities of the era while introducing the larger-than-life Americans who shaped history in the mid 19th century. Loaded with fascinating anecdotes, photos, drawings, and maps. The Fellers Called Him Bill offers the reader a compelling narrative covering the most incredible period in American history. For a student of American History, the set of books would serve as an excellent source of material.
Kitty Piper is an Angel Cat, sent by God to Earth to help those who need help. Kitty Piper, Book 2 is a loving story about a kitty who speaks as we humans do. She is a little Angel so she knows lots more than she has one believe she does. As the story begins, Kitty Piper is walking with Audrey, another kitty. to visit Harlan, their friend. Kitty Piper sees something shiny in the sky and knows its a spaceship which will land in Harlan Williams' backyard. When the door of the spaceship opens, Kitty Piper, Audrey and Harlan meet the Venusians, or beautiful people as they are called: Jack, Serenity, Kathleen, and Emily and a huge very swift turtle named Zipush.. Kathleen announces she is here to meet her Beloved. Mrs. Chancellor, a rich woman, allows them to stay in her house and has a Lawn Party for them. All the young men in town want Kathleen to pay attention to them. Eric, a brilliant young man who is very shy, just stares at Kathleen, calling her his Queen. Kitty Piper plans the Lawn Party and teaches Eric how to dance the slow dance numbers. The Venusians and townies have a beautiful time. Kathleen meets all the young men in town and the townies. Everyone tries to guess who it is that Kathleen will choose as her Beloved. Several months go by and then there is an announcement that Kathleen is getting married. Meanwhile, Kitty Piper has come to love Ziipush and cries at the thought of him going back home. Ziipush, travels at the speed of a jet and took Kitty Piper everywhere. After the wedding, Kathleen and her husband decide to stay in this small town; the others return to their planet. Kathleen asks Kitty Piper if she would like to care for Zipush at least until she and her Beloved will have built their new house. Kathleen met and married her Beloved and Kitty Piper was the happiest kitty in the whole wide world. This loving book will be enjoyed by kids from the ages 7 upward, and adults (including seniors).
Legends of the Guardian King, book 2, from the award-winning author of Arena. Karen Hancock brings to imaginative life the supernatural battle between good and evil, the preconceptions that keep us from embracing truth, and the distortions that trick and trap us. Four years have passed since the conclusion of The Light of Eidon. Abramm has been living peacefully abroad, but when he hears of trouble in his homeland, he returns to claim the crown he thought he'd never wear. But he has many enemies, including his murderous brother. The only thing that will save him is the Light that lives within him, but to appease his critics, he hides this. Before he can ful&supl;ll his kingship, he must reveal the truth and be reminded, painfully and powerfully, that his destiny can only be realized through humbly acknowledging his own weakness and the utter suf&supl;ciency of the One who created his destiny in the &supl;rst place.
*****This book is the second compilation of a serial story.***** In less than a day everything they’ve ever known vanished and the world is in chaos. Uncertain where to turn and who to trust in this strange new world, they must band together in an attempt to survive. However, they slowly begin to realize it’s not only the crumbling earth, and treacherous people around them that are a threat, but also something unseen and even more lethal. ***Due to language and graphic content this book is recommended for readers 17 and older.*** Recommended Reading Order for this Complete Series: The Upheaval: Book 1 The Divide: Book 2 The Forsaken: Book 3 The Risen: Book 4 Edited by Leslie Mitchell at G2 Freelance Editing. Cover art by EbookLaunch
Just years before America witnessed the turn of the century, the three eldest Stuart children left their home in the hills of Arkansas to pursue their dreams in the land of opportunity. Now they are back for a family reunion at the humble home they left years ago. In an unforeseeable turn of events, their visit is cut short when Lylah and Amos are required to return to the city as the world edges closer to war. Within months they find themselves and their brother Gavin deeply involved in the war efforts, but not in the ways they had ever expected. And as the conditions in Europe worsen, they must face a startling reality: before it's all over, the war could claim the life of one of their own. Will the Stuarts survive these tumultuous times and return to their family safe and sound? Or will World War I forever change the lives they know?