Attorney Jeffrey G. Adams feels antsy even though life in Chicago is actually going very well. Still, going back home to Texas for the holidays after almost three years away feels like the right thing to do. Maybe the change of scenery and a chance to visit with family and friends will settle his disquiet. But, maybe the change he really needs is not a physical change at all. Maybe the change Jeff really needs is a Change of Heart.
Once back home, he'll learn that the best "life’s lessons" are almost always a shared experience.
This is the third book in The Barnstable Chronicles. While you don't necessarily have to read the first two stories to enjoy this one, I highly recommend that you at least read Book One, Stitcher as many of the people and events in that story are referenced here. If you haven't read the second book, Charlie Danner Finds His Way, you can read it at any time.
Jake is young, wild, and runs with his brother's bad-ass gang. But he has a secret he needs to hide. When he is saved from a rival gang by a guy with eyes blue as the summer's sky, all dressed up in an Armani suit and moves like Bruce Lee, the walls he carefully built around him start to crumble.
Fifteen year old Adam is a loner at school. Clever but afraid to show it, he is content not to draw attention to himself. However, one day in his World Geography class something happens to change that.
When an incubus and his harem are infiltrated by the escaped sacrifice of an infamous cult, should they keep him to join the harem's ranks? Or should they throw him back to the cultists and risk bringing about the end of the world as they know it?
Cory's first semester of college had ended on a high note--a boyfriend who was crazy about him, a budding romance between his best friend and his newest roommate, and more new friends than he could keep straight (but were cool that he wasn't). His life in Virginia was better than he could have imagined all those months back. So, what the hell went wrong?
Three years after they part ways, Erik’s and Ryan’s paths cross again in Toronto at the annual Toronto International Film Festival. Ryan is now an editor at an academic magazine. Erik is a struggling documentary film maker. Catching up over coffee, they realize that the spark that made them explosive on screen still remains. But now that the cameras are off, they can finally explore where that spark will lead them. The only problem: Ryan lives in Toronto, and Erik’s still in New York. Long distance relationships can only last so long.
Ira and the pack are faced with a deadly enemy, one that has come for more than just Ira and his pups. With so many long-kept secrets coming to light the pack will have to come together and accept their new reality. With the pups ready to be born Ira will have to lean on his alpha and his friends to keep his newborns safe. Nothing will stop Ira and his alpha from keeping their pups safe, but it might take more than just the two of them and the pack to stop Hexis from destroying them all.
Charlie Danner Finds His Way is a spinoff of Stitcher, my most recent story. Charlie is a secondary character in that story but quickly became a favorite of my readers. While you don't have to read Stitcher to become fully engaged in Charlie's story, it would be helpful as there will be many connections made between the two stories. Charlie is a special guy. I fell in love with him, too!
Enjoy the story and please leave comments when you finish a chapter. Those comments are so much more than ego boosts - they actually help me decide in the direction I take the story!
The city of Valhalla floats in the sky, humanity's only sanctuary. For centuries they have lived in peace, free from the alien plague that has turned the bottom of the world into a graveyard. For centuries they have lived under the belief that there is nothing that can bring Valhalla out of the sky. But they were wrong-for every good thing comes to an end sooner or later.