Sarah Cooley has come home to Last Chance, New Mexico for one reason–because it doesn’t change. After an engagement gone bad with a man who wanted to change everything about her, Sarah is more than ready for the town whose motto may as well be, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Chris Reed, on the other hand, wants nothing more than to spark some change in the little town. As the new owner of the Dip ‘n’ Dine, he’s shaking things up to draw folks from all over the Southwest into his restaurant.
As it turns out, the winds of change are blowing into Last Chance–just not in the ways that Sarah or Chris might expect.
The Bronze Dagger tells the story of 12-year-old Samsuluna (Sam) as he searches for a place to call home in Ancient Mesopotamia during the reign of King Hammurabi in 1780 BC. The lies that Sam spins about the stolen jewels and the death of his father threaten to catch up with him. Will he ever learn how to trust his new friends, overcome his quest for revenge, or solve the mystery of the stolen jewels? Previously published in hardback by Auntie M Children’s B0ok Publishing in 2013, it was recently updated and re-published in paperback by Sunbury Press.
When a group of wolf spiders invades Grub’s home in Riverbank, he and his bug friends send out the call for Stink Bomb, the most fearsome insect superhero known to the world. But there’s something mysterious about Stink Bomb, and Grub is determined to know what it is. This adventurous superhero story is a must for anyone who hates spiders, loves bugs, and demands justice.
A Woman Resurrected by CeCe Cervantes
A Woman Resurrected is CeCe Cervantes’ heartbreaking memoir of captivity, torture, daring police rescue and her ultimate redemption. Her deep faith and trust in Jesus Christ, along with the never-ending belief to see her children again, gave her the will to survive.
In 1903 San Francisco, young cellist Kat lives disguised as a boy. Protected by Sam, who saved her life one year ago, when her guardian tried to sell her to slave traders, she secretly continues to compose, as the music and Sam become her life. Longing for Christmas hope, she chooses to trust and live truthfully again. But at what cost?
A Korean War widow’s difficult mother dies before revealing the identity of her daughter’s father and his cultural heritage. As Dee sorts through what little her mother left, she unearths puzzling clues that raise more questions: Why did Leora send money every month to the Basque Relief Agency? Why is her own daughter so secretive about her soon-to-be published book? And what does an Anglican priest know that he isn’t telling? All this head-spinning breaks a long, dry period in Dee’s life. She might just as well lose her job and see where the counsel of her new spiritual adviser and the attentions of an enigmatic ex-coworker lead her.
The Sheep Walker pairs a colorful immigrant history of loss, survival, and tough choices with one woman’s search for spiritual identity and personal fulfillment. Dee’s journey will take her through the Northern and Central California valleys of the 1950s and reach across the world to the obscure Basque region of Spain. She will begin to discover who she is and why family history matters.