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Sated by Truth Devour is Book 3 of the Trilogy of Taila. We began with Talia as a young child, then as a young woman, and now we see what life has handed Talia and the incredible way she has perservered and prospered. Sated is a love story. Not only for Talia, but also Mabel. You will love the story of Magel and Walter. There can be similarities ...

Saving Grace

Saving Grace by L. B. Johnson is the lovely story of unwed mothers, adoption and relationships. L. B. Johnson was adopted and recounts the years with her adoptive parents and brother and the life and decisions that came her way. So many times we do indeed live our lives in circles and so it seems that L. B. did also. Her mother chose to give her ...

Sawyer's Regret

Sawyer's Regret by E. Raymond Tatten Is a fictionalized account of the real kidnapping of sixteen-year-old Elias Sawyer on October 15, 1705. The event the story is based on takes place in the dawn of the 18th century. The colonies in colonial America were constantly in conflict with the Indian population, who were forced off their land ...

Scriptless: A Memoir

Author Carol McMillan has shared with readers her fascinating history in her memoir, Scriptless. In addition to published technical writing and a nonfiction volume titled White Water, Red Walls, she has exposed her personal relationships and reflections in this memoir while living in the 1960s political and social/cultural scene in the ...

Sea Glass Memories

The Sea Glass Memories is an arresting new novel by   Anne Marie Bennett. It’s a love story about captured hearts, a  story of loves so enduring and profound they can turn tragedy into triumph.

The story is set in the enchanting village of Seahaven, Maine, where tragedy and resilience intertwine. ...

Secrets In The Mirror

Leslie Kain's compelling psychological story, Secrets in the Mirror, puts a twist on the classic coming-of-age tale. Following two mirror twin boys, her work exposes how multigenerational psychosis can manifest in radically different ways despite their identical physical characteristics. By exploring these deep and dark themes of identity, morality, ...

Secrets of the Porch

Secrets of The Porch by Sue Ann Sellon begins with Sophie - who has lost her mom, never known her dad and on the verge of losing her freedom. This young lady will captivate your heart from page one . Secrets of The Porch introduces you to Sophie as a teenager, but you quickly learn she has been through lots. Sophie escapes jail time to go and live ...

Secrets Of The Toad

 Secrets of the Toad: The Win, by Patty Page (AKA Trisha)  and illustrated by Lydia Zwierzynski and Beth Parrish, is the third Toad book in the series. The story follows the young protagonist, Jake, a middle schooler with a deep love for baseball. For young baseball enthusiasts, the detailed and lively play-by-play accounts of games and ...

Secrets of The Toad

In Secrets of the Toad. Play Ball, Book 2 by Trisha Page, young readers are taken on a captivating journey filled with fantasy and adventure that provide insight into growing up in life and developing resilience and strength in facing its challenges! 

Jake and his best friends, Ryan and Pete, are enthusiastic ...


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