Felicity and the Fire Stoppers
Felicity is no stranger to adventure, and not much surprises the little sparrow any more.
Even if it’s a visit from an old enemy!
But when she sees something that looks suspiciously like…smoke in the mountains near her home, Felicity realizes that she’ll need to use all her smarts and courage to help her friends.
Especially when a group of fire fighters, or as the animals in the Wildwood say, fire stoppers, needs her help!
“Felicity’s bird’s-eye view of the world is fun, charming, and traverses the magic of human and nature alike, while the evolution of her courage and her longing for adventure is very well done.” –D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Reviews
Tales of adventure and danger have thrilled Felicity since Augustus taught her to read as a little nestling. She adores the tales of heroes and heroines who forge ahead in spite of all odds, and who always seem to succeed no matter what. More than anything, Felicity wants to be brave and selfless just like them. But adventures are in short supply, especially for someone who’s just an ordinary sparrow. Until the day an unexpected stranger shows up at her tree with an unusual request…
“…a charming adventure story with a resourceful heroine.” —Kirkus Reviews
Felicity and the Featherless Two-Foot
Felicity hasn’t had an adventure in months, and the little sparrow thinks that dangerous quests are behind her for good. Which is just fine with her! She would rather hang out with her friends the fairies, and read her books safe at home than go on scary adventures! But Felicity didn’t count on one group of strangers showing up that cause more trouble than she ever imagined they could! A strange, troublesome bunch that the fairies call… people.
“Dreams, imagination, and different worlds intersect in a positive and simple story that kids will find whimsical and delightfully fun.” -D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review.
As a young girl, Miriam must flee her home in a Lamanite village to escape her birthright—to be offered as a sacrifice to the Lamanite gods. During her flight in the deep jungles, Miriam crosses paths with Jacob, a young Nephite soldier who saves her life and leads her to safety among the Nephites. Years later, now a young woman, Miriam meets Jacob again. She is surprised to find that the sisterly affection she felt for him so long ago has developed into something deeper. But before she or Jacob can discover their true feelings for one another, war comes to the lands of the Nephites…
An excellent book beautifully written by a talented author. Heart-wrenching, emotional, and romantic, The Birthright is in a class all its own. Once you start reading, you cannot put it down until you have devoured all pages! —Lynsey Hodgson of Glasgow, Scotland
The King’s Heir
It is the year 92 bc in the lands of the Nephites. Alma the Younger and the sons of Mosiah, determined to right their wrongs, decide to serve a mission to the Lamanites. Aaron, though determined to answer the call of God, has some reservations. Will this mission cost him Sarah, the most beautiful girl he has ever known, or will she wait for him? Sarah, unsure if she will see Aaron again, must deal with the pressures of other eligible young men—and the threat of Ahiah, who is determined to have her at all costs. Among her suitors is Caleb, who cannot bear the thought that Sarah may only love him as a brother. Sarah’s cousin, Rebecca, has also noticed Caleb, but will Caleb ever notice her, or is he determined to love only Sarah? In this timeless tale of good versus evil, The King’s Heir will take the reader to a pivotal point in the Book of Mormon and fill in the gaps of what may have been. Journey with Aaron, Sarah, Caleb, and Rebecca as they battle the evil around them and learn the true meaning of love.
The King’s Heir is a fun story, mixed with battle, conscience, and love. Sarah and Rebekah will fill you with delight as they find their own true loves and follow the paths of their hearts leading them to fight for the things they treasure, while having the courage to let go of the things they love. Heartwarming . . . with lovely detail in setting. A great read for the romantic at heart. —Julie Wright, author of My Not-So-Fairy-Tale Life
The Shores of Bountiful
Elizabeth is devastated when Lamanites attack Zarahemla and her betrothed is killed in battle. Her friend Joshua, whom she has known since childhood, is equally crushed; both by the anguish he shares with Elizabeth, as well as his own guilt that he could not save the man she loved. But together, the two find comfort in their shared grief. Shemnon, a Lamanite, is a man with many years and many scars, both inside and out. Despite his hatred of what he believes the Nephites to be, he is not without honor, and his heart not without compassion. When he meets Elizabeth, he can’t say why she seems so familiar, or why her eyes seem so much like those of the daughter he lost years ago. Elizabeth does not know how she remembers the old Lamanite either, for she is certain she has never met him in her life. Neither does she fully understand her changing feelings for Joshua as the wounds upon her heart slowly heal, and the caring between them gradually develops into something deeper. But before Elizabeth and Joshua can come to an understanding of what their friendship has become, a new danger threatens their people. This time from within the walls of Zarahemla itself, causing even more troubles for Elizabeth and Joshua and those they hold dear, threatening to destroy everything that matters to them.
I have loved The Birthright Series and The Shores of Bountiful was the perfect ending. Whether you are a Latter-Day Saint or not, this truly a story everyone can enjoy, especially if you love historical romance. Excellent writing from a talented author. —Jewel Adams, author of Mercede’s Mountain