Knocked from his pedestal as one of the world’s leading photojournalists by a climbing accident, Sam arrives to Aspen’s tea house jaded, but determined. His quest is to uncover the legend of a magic old woman who is said to live in a cave somewhere high up in the mountains, but he’s going to have to get past the beautiful and fiercely protective tea house owner first.
Brew yourself a pot of tea and escape to the majesty of a mountaintop tea house in the Rocky Mountains!
Lily thought she was all by herself when she gave in to a temper tantrum in the middle of a field near Bandit Creek, Montana. But she discovered an insanely handsome man watching her, and she found herself lying without ever intending to. Now this kind man believed she was poor and in need of help, when in reality she could purchase the entire town of Bandit Creek. She realized her family’s great fortune came at a cost to farm families just like his, and she began creating an entire fabrication so that he wouldn’t discover she was actually his enemy.
When Olivia Montgomery arrives to a remote Thai village to help victims of the recent tsunami, she doesn't expect to be swept up in a tumultuous romantic wave of her own. She wants to use her skills to help the villagers because it appeals to her calling as a nurse, but her three-month volunteer project is complicated by the presence of Dr. Austin Phillips.
It’s been 18 years since our daughter was born to all of us – me, her dad and her birthparents. At that time, I published my diary of our journey in conjunction with the Adoption Options agency. It is my pleasure to bring you our story for the first time in digital format!
I most definitely found my love of reading and writing growing up the youngest of a large family in Calgary. At any given time, you could walk into the living room of our home to find at least one person curled up with their nose deep in a book. I began closet writing at a very young age and entered my first fiction contest at the insightful age of 11. I still have the long-yellowed copy of that little manuscript and, although it is horribly written, it is certainly a glimpse into what would become an incredibly rewarding career.
I studied journalism and began my writing career as a reporter nearly 25 years ago, and have since turned my attention to public relations. When I’m not working on my latest piece of fiction in my free time, I’m either reading, doing yoga, or hanging out with my teenage daughter and our dogs, cats and other assorted animals.
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