A powerful story about a family, separated by circumstances, culture, and distance, Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane paints an unforgettable portrait of a little known region and its people and celebrates the bond that connects mothers and daughters.
Intoxicated by Andy’s love for this mystery girl, Theo agrees to help him find her, and her unhealthy obsession pulls her into a perilous, mind-bending journey. But is it really Andy’s world she’s investigating?
Alone in her ramshackle house, Sydney is ready to admit defeat and slink back to civilization--until she discovers an injured mustang. Seeing herself in the mare, she feels compelled to save the animal, little knowing that the horse just might return the favor. For as Sydney's circle grows to include an autistic child and hired help in the form of Hunter Redhawk, she realizes that heroes are everywhere--and healing is the first step on the road to true happiness.
A young man, Eric, drops out of college and lucks into a job with a small-town newspaper where he meets Anna―a woman whose story will both haunt and inspire him for the rest of his life. Set in a remote North Dakota community in the last days before the Internet, The Winter in Anna unfolds around a romance that almost was, and a meditation on what constitutes a life well lived.
Nicole Jones – if that is her real name - lives off the grid. She doesn’t have a licence, passport or bank account. She definitely doesn’t own a computer. She hasn’t left her refuge, Block Island, in fifteen years. She’s hidden from the world and she likes it that way. Nicole doesn’t use a computer, not because she’s afraid of it, but because she’s afraid of what she – a badass hacker in her past life – would do with it.