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Part Four of ‘The Congressman’s Daughter’. Grand Finale!

Chapter Ten Jane caught at the banister and hung on until the dizziness passed.  Ever since they’d come home from Congressman Kelly’s dinner party, she hadn’t been feeling well.  Dazedly, she thought that something wasn’t right.  When she’d gotten out … Continue reading

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Part Three of ‘The Congressman’s Daughter’

Chapter Seven Jane stopped by the kitchen for a snack on the way to her room.  As she entered the room quietly, she noticed Agent Rook,  sitting alone at the small table.  She held her cell phone loosely in one … Continue reading

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Part Two of ‘The Congressman’s Daughter’

Chapter Four Christmas was strange in the new house, with a few agents watching the proceedings.  But after the new year, Jane looked forward to a promised visit from Cassidy. “Jane!”  Cassidy slammed into Jane and wrapped her arms around … Continue reading

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An Overdue Promise Fulfilled: Part One of ‘The Congressman’s Daughter’

I promised to post this story a long time ago, and I’m just now fulfilling that pledge. I’m sorry it took me so long, hope you enjoy it. Prologue Sixteen year-old Jane Grant held the dummy firmly as her father’s … Continue reading

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My First Venture into Tracie Peterson

Every historical fiction reader has heard this name, and quite frankly, I just figured she couldn’t really be that good. I don’t know why I had that prejudice, but I did. Anyway, last time I was at the library, I … Continue reading

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Book Review! “An Uncommon Courtship” By Kristi Ann Hunter

Details: An Uncommon Courtship is book 3 in the Hawthorne House series by Kristi Ann Hunter. It is a regency romance novel with a strong faith base. What I Thought: Again, Kristi Ann Hunter is amazing! This book doesn’t have … Continue reading

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You Know You’re An Austen Fan When…

Every situation in your life can be boiled down to a quote from ‘Pride and Prejudice’, You know what the word ‘diverted’ means… And how to use it in a sentence, The voice in your head speaks with an English … Continue reading

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That Moment You Realize Your Book is in at the Library

Isn’t it just like Christmas in the middle of the year when you get the notification: the title you had on hold is available for pick up. Does anyone ever read the following dates and small print? I know I … Continue reading

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