Sold into slavery on her wedding night, an 18th-century Irishwoman struggles to free herself from her thirst for vengeance.
When Joe and Peyton find out that their unborn baby may have Down Syndrome, they are faced with a devastating decision.
Sydney writes romances but living her own romance will require more courage than anything yet required of her.
The Pope’s Words of Hope for Journalism
“Where the heart is, there will your treasure be.” Uncover what is most important to you regarding your money.
What if you woke up one day and didn’t recognize the person you were sleeping next to?
This nursery rhyme teaches kids the value of faith and how it can help a person to love themselves according to standards not of this world.
Can John save the Statue of Liberty and keep from getting kicked off the team and out of the Academy?
A chance encounter with an amnesiac soldier leads Brigid to discover the realities of the Civil War.
A mother reveals with honesty and authenticity the difficulties of raising a child with autism and the struggles that child faces every minute of every day.
St. Tommy continues his fight against the death cult, battling Voodoo priests and zombies along the way.
In a broken world, Bria tries to unite a family even as she struggles to keep hope alive.
When four boys glimpse a crime in their Colorado town they end up in an interrogation cell of the FBI.
Ready for the end of the world, battle mechs, and body swaps? This collection of short stories has it all.
The untold true story of the greatest treasure hunt of the century, all done under the noses of the Nazi invasion.
An English lawyer runs afoul of necrotic vampires, and even worse things– Dominican Priests!
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Tales of courage, compassion and virtue in compelling and naturally engaging Y.A. short stories.
Marco thought his problems were over when he took on the vampire council, until he gets bit by a werewolf. Will this ruin things with his vampire girlfriend?
Marco flees from his fears of hurting Amanda by taking a job to train Vampire Hunters in San Francisco. Should be a quiet job right?
A street kid gets ordained a Bishop in a post apocalyptic world. Talk about a shakeup in the priesthood.
“I see a small-time scholar and a semi-autistic loner, a flawed man who has persistently sought the Holy. The Quiet One.”
The battle with the demons of San Francisco left Marco broken and now Amanda isn’t answering his messages.
This children’s book teaches compassion for bullies and the courage to act rightly regardless of others.
This fun monster story takes themes of God, man, and environmentalism to places deeper than any newsroom can go.
When you’re on the front lines of life and death, it’s hard to avoid seeing real miracles.