Most people are lucky to find one great love, but Jasmine Michaels has somehow found herself falling head over heels five separate times… each whirlwind romance more dizzying than the last. She’s known love and known it well, so how can she be sure she’s ready to settle down and kiss new love goodbye for good? And is the man waiting for Jasmine at the end of the aisle the one that’s meant to be her forever?
Something new. Something borrowed. Something blue. In the absence of something old, her memories will have to be enough. Follow Jasmine into a journey through her past and toward her future as she finds her Mr. Happily Ever After.
A little girl sits alone in her treehouse, wondering if she’ll ever be beautiful enough to find love. It’s not just her face that’s ugly though; it’s everything about her. She’s different, and the other kids don’t like her. “I just need to find one person,” she tells herself. “Just one person who can love me, then I won’t be so lonely anymore.”
As she grows up, she finds companionship among books and animals, but still longs for that special connection with another person. Even when she tries to compromise, however, she still can’t find anyone to accept her for who she’s always been inside. Years later, on the eve of her divorce, she makes a pledge never to fall in love again. After all, love doesn’t work when it only goes one way. She creates a fictional boyfriend to love, deeming him enough. Little does she know that the man she has imagined is, in fact, very real—and headed straight into her life to turn things around once and for all.
What unfolds is an epic love story that will melt even the coldest of hearts. I wouldn’t have believed it possible, except it happened to me. This is my story, and every last bit of it is true. And if it happened for me, it can happen for you too.
Falcon first attempted suicide at the age of nine, and every day since he's searched for the strength to go through with it once and for all. He's tired of the pain, tired of the abuse, tired of being hurt by those who are supposed to protect him. But then at the age of twelve, she came to him in a dream. The blue eyes, the smile, the baby in her arms—his baby. It's a lot for a twelve-year-old boy to take in, but it's also what keeps him alive all those long, hard years.
Now he's thirty and wants to leave everything he's ever known behind to chase the woman of his dreams, but is she even real? Falcon packs up his life and moves almost four-thousand miles away from his home in a last ditch attempt to find the woman he's sought for over eighteen years. He's either going to find her or die trying. Here's hoping she exists.
What unfolds is an epic love story that will melt even the coldest of hearts; I wouldn't have believed it either, except the woman Falcon chased for so long was me. This is my husband's side of our love story, and every last bit of it is true. And if it happened for us, it can happen for you too.
She pours her heart into each new artwork and, with it, magic…
For years, Cindy Roberts has whittled away at dull blocks of wood to transform them into gorgeous, custom works of art. But it isn’t until a friend convinces her to exhibit at a local crafts show that she ever considers selling her art to others. Now the new owners of Cindy’s artworks begin to report strange occurrences—occurrences that feel as if each is torn directly from Cindy’s own life and memories.
As she tracks down each customer in hopes of figuring out what is going on, she soon comes to understand that her art is imbued with a special kind of magic that acts as a vessel for changing others’ lives. But how can Cindy control a magic she doesn’t yet understand? And when disaster strikes in her own life, will she find a way to harness its strange power for herself?
When Theo’s wife dies while giving birth to their daughter, he’s convinced love just isn’t in his destiny. And while life as a single father and a widower is not one he’d envisioned for himself, he knows he has to be strong for his little girl and for the memory of his dear Elizabeth—to whom he still writes daily love letters. Little does he know, there are angels watching over him, and they will stop at nothing to ensure he finds happiness once again.
Growing up, Tina’s parents couldn’t afford the speech therapy she so desperately needed, which meant she spent much of her childhood alone and wishing desperately for a friend. The answer to her prayers came in the form of Mitzi, a Daschund puppy that has grown with her over the years and helped her to overcome her impediment. But now Mitzi is too old and weak to fight off the cancer that’s taken over her body, and Tina isn’t quite ready to give up the greatest friend she’s ever known.
Neither Tina nor Theo is looking for love, even though it’s exactly what they need. Will both of these souls longing desperately for a connection find solace in each other—or are some hearts too battered to ever love again?
There are two classes of guardian angels. The first is the kind people write fluffy, feel-good movies about, then there’s that other group, the kind nobody writes stories about. Esther is one such angel, a Warden. Cursed for the sins of a past life, now it is her job to make sure her charge goes through Hell on Earth to atone for his wrongs. Only then can she ever hope to see Heaven.
Victor Larsen committed an unforgiveable transgression, the kind that gets people sent straight to Hell. For the Pearl Makers though, Hell isn’t a place, it’s a state, one you can only escape by perfecting your soul and becoming worthy of Heaven.
With their fates intricately entwined, Esther must torment Victor in order to save him and to atone for her own wrong-doings. But will it be too much to follow him through one life after the next knowing it is she alone who is responsible for his suffering? Will either of them ever truly escape their pasts and find paradise?
He saved her from death. She saved him from life.
The Angel of Death collects hundreds of thousands of souls each day, so why can’t he take Morgan Schonberg’s life from her? He first tries to claim her by causing a car crash. When that doesn’t work, he tries fire, disease, and nearly a dozen other methods, becoming more infatuated with her with each failed attempt.
As if the string of near-death experiences wasn’t enough, Morgan begins to sense the other realm—and with it, the man who appears every time something deadly is about to unfold. Before long, she finds herself returning his affection. Sadly, Morgan can only communicate with her new love when she is on the brink of death. She knows their relationship must change in order to continue. If they are to ever truly be together, she must die or he must become human—both impossible transformations.
Will Morgan and her angel find a way into each other’s arms, or is their love destined to end in tragedy?