A personal attack and threats delivered to her phone... These are just a few horrors Abby is running from. She's run back to school to escape. But can she? Now, things are only getting worse. Her friends think she needs a keeper; she thinks differently, but proving it to them is a challenge. Especially when it comes to convincing Max Knightly, who seems determined to protect her. Max has been watching her closely since her recent diagnosis of diabetes. But he quickly finds there is more going on in Abby's life than just an illness. Someone is after her; the question is... Who? And just when she seems free of danger, all hell breaks loose!
Readers' Favorite 2014 Gold Medal Winner--Historical Romance! Order of books in the Unconventional Series: Abby: Mail Order Bride; Broken Angel; Ryder's Salvation; Joy's Return Brant Samson has fallen on hard times after the death of his beloved wife a year earlier. Left with three children, he's desperate to find a mother for them. Ten year old Jenny does her best to care for two year old Ty, and fourteen year old Luke works the ranch with his father, losing himself in dime novels to ease the pain of his mother's passing. Brant's options are limited since eligible women seldom pass through Two Rivers, much less settle in the small Texas town. In desperation, he places a classified advertisement for a mail order bride. Marrying a woman he'll come to know through a newspaper advertisement scares the bejesus out of him, but at this point, he's out of options. Abigail Mary Vaughn always dreamed of having her own family, but caring for her elderly parents, as well as working as a teacher to help with finances, ended that dream. Her parents are now deceased and she's faced with the reality of her lonely existence. After reading Mr. Samson's advertisement in the Philadelphia Inquirer, she garners enough courage to respond. Since she is considered an old maid at the age of thirty-eight, she'll more than likely spend the remainder of her life wondering "what if" unless she does something unconventional.
PATTON'S DAUGHTERS The people of Elk Springs, Oregon, thought Ed Patton was a good man, a good cop, a good father. But his daughters know the truth…. Abby's the third Patton sister. The baby. The one everyone said was privileged, spoiled. But a childhood with a harsh unapproachable father and only vague memories of a mother wasn't easy. Even if she did work hard to make it look that way. Now Abby's determined to live up to her image and have fun. Until she meets Detective Ben Shea, a man who's plenty serious—about his job, his life and suddenly her. Maybe, just maybe, it would pay to get serious.
The Adventures of Abby and Friend is perfect for fans of protagonists finding their confidence, epic battles, and powerful friendships. Abby, a lonely fourteen-year-old, has her world upheaved when a monster crashes into her bedroom late one night. His arrival awakens a voice in her head with a vision of the future: her small town burnt to ash. In her search for answers, Abby faces off against school bullies, space creatures, and the police, but what she finds is a connection and a past with the monster she does not remember. And with an impending invasion on the horizon, she must choose between losing the only friend she has ever had and the end of the world. As if high school wasn’t enough!
DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "Captain Abby and Captain John: An Around-the-world Biography" by Robert P. Tristram Coffin. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
“[The author] tells this remarkable story with honesty and compassion. Readers will find a wealth of new information not only about Kelley’s outstanding contribution to abolitionism but about the movements to bring about the end of slavery and to advance the cause of women.” —Mari Jo Buhle, Brown University In the tumultuous years before the Civil War, a young white woman from a Quaker background came to embody commitment to the cause of antislavery and equal rights for black people. Abby Kelley became the abolitionist movement’s chief money-raiser and organizer and its most radial member. She traveled hundreds of miles to awaken the country to the evils of slavery, braving hardship and prejudice as well as opening the way for other women, black and white, to take leadership roles. Now the full story of this principled woman has been told in Dorothy Sterling’s compelling biography.
Noah’s come home! Abby Brannon and her father, Charlie, run the Carolina Diner—the place where everyone in town comes for Abby’s special brand of TLC. Abby longs to travel, to see other places—to have someone take care of her for once. And she has someone special in mind for that job. The trouble is, no one knows what happened to Noah Blake after he disappeared from New Skye fifteen years ago. Noah’s return sends a shock wave through the town—especially when everyone starts talking about where he’s been. But should Abby believe what she hears, or should she trust her heart?
Thirteen-year-old Abby Wize escapes her overbearing mother by riding horses. But sometimes even that brings more grief, as she finds on a family vacation. Suddenly she finds herself in a completely new world-and it changes everything. Although a sensitive girl, Abby finds the people in this new place have an awareness beyond anything she could have imagined back home in America of 2007. When her visit ends as suddenly as it began, she has a hard time readjusting...but has her newfound knowledge to sustain her. This is the first in the new Abby Wize series. Great for members of the Baha'i Faith and their non-Baha'i friends, especially young people! Horse lovers will enjoy Abby's discovery of Horse Whispering techniques. Time-travel fans will enjoy a visit to the world of the far future. Includes charts and instructions for counted cross-stitch patches "No Hate" and "World Peace"! Order online, then email the author directly to share your thoughts!
Abby Braverman strives to navigate seventh grade without her best friend, keep up her older brother's spirits while he undergoes cancer treatment, and figure out her surprising new feelings for the boy next door. Includes facts about testicular cancer.
*READERS' FAVORITE INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARD GOLD MEDALIST *Named "The Best Kindle Books of 2015" by Digital Book Today *National Indie Excellence Award Finalist *Golden Quill Award Finalist There's a price to pay for second chances... Fashion designer Abigail Harris has been rescued, but her nightmare is far from over. Determined to put her harrowing ordeal behind her and move on, she struggles to pick up the pieces of her life while eluding the men who want her dead. The Mid-Atlantic Sex Ring is in ruins after Abby’s interviews with the police. The organization is eager to exact its revenge before her testimony dismantles the multimillion-dollar operation for good. Abby’s safety rests in the hands of former US Marshal, Jerrod Quinn. Serious-minded and obsessed with protocol, Ethan Cooke Security’s newest agent finds himself dealing with more than he bargains for when he agrees to take on his beautiful, free-spirited client. As the trial date nears, Abby’s case takes a dangerous turn. Abby and Jerrod soon discover themselves in a situation neither of them expects, while Jerrod fights to stop the ring from silencing Abby once and for all.