Despite the years of bullying in school, Jewel Hart has remained sweet and kind. She has it all--a great life, a great family, and beauty--but she has never been able to obtain the one thing she wants--to belong.
When Jewel meets Kaiden Carter, a good-looking, charming new student at York Mills High, things start to look up. On the surface, he is perfect, but Jewel can't shake the feeling that everything is not as it seems.
When the devastation of the rising suicides in her school hits too close to home and drives Jewel into a deep despair, she clings to Kaiden's strength to find her way back. Through the pain and fear surrounding her, she finds hope and the will to go on. But just as she picks herself up, tragedy strikes again, threatening to steal her last glimmer of hope. How will she go on? Can she ever find her place in the world?
Do we willingly sabotage opportunities for true love and happiness? MARY POSER is an exposé of self-inflicted suffering. On the surface MARY POSER is a fun and frolicking love story. Underneath this is a message of hope and inspiration for anyone who feels stuck in a vortex of anxiety and self-harm. There's troubled love in Music City, USA. Despite deeply entrenched obstacles, Mary falls for a visiting Bollywood director, Simha Das. A near-fatal car crash leads to questions about who or what intervenes to save her. There's a proposal, but Mary must reveal a dangerous secret to have any chance at happiness.
Boutique owner Stephanie Williams has walked away from her faith. After all, the Lord abandoned her when she most needed him. Where was he the night she was attacked, and why did he fail to protect her? For that matter, where was he now? Firefighter Sam Kendrick is mad at God for an entirely different reason. Two years earlier, a rollover accident had sent him and his best friend over a cliff in the San Bernardino Mountains. By the time search and rescue found them, it had been too late to save his friend and fellow firefighter. Sam blames himself for what happened, but he also blames God. And he wonders why he was the one who survived.
As these two wounded souls find their way into each other’s hearts and the scars of the past begin to heal, can they also find their way back to the one who loves them both?
“A Child of Arthur” is an autobiographical novel with an inspirational message. It will appeal to adult readers of all ages. The story is this: In 1980, depressed, disillusioned, and emotionally paralyzed by recent loss and betrayal, actress Grace Archer returns to a mountain village in Switzerland she once held dear. During a life-threatening event on that mountain, she is rescued by Klaus Urhaber—a mysterious man who seems to know more about her than she herself knows. With him, she embarks upon a romantic, dangerous journey. Her quest leads her to answers to questions many of us face today: What do you do when hope fades? Where do you go when you no longer believe in the future?