A dog’s love is forever…
After five-year old Hunter McHugh witnesses the farming accident that takes the life of his father, Cam, he stops talking — to everyone except his dog, Halo.
Halo is no ordinary dog. If only she could tell Hunter that death doesn’t mean an end to being around the ones we love, maybe she could help him find his voice again. Unfortunately, she may never have the chance.
Parted from the only family she has ever known, Halo must find her way home. The problem is she doesn’t know where home is anymore.
What if you could remember another life?
What if you could re-live it and find love again?
Professor Ross Sinclair has everything he could ever want. Reunited with childhood sweetheart Claire Forbes, Ross can finally begin to heal the pain of his childhood and live in the present. A honeymoon in Scotland is the perfect beginning.
But when tragedy threatens Claire’s life, Ross’s dreams come to a crashing halt. He must now face the possibility of a future without her. Then, in one unfortunate moment, he’s hurled back to another time and confronted with even bigger problems.
In 1290, Scotland is without a king.
Two families – the Bruces and the Balliols – vie for the throne.
Robert the Bruce is in love with Elizabeth de Burgh, the daughter of an adherent of the ruthless Longshanks, King of England. In order to marry her and not give up his chances of someday becoming King of Scots, Robert must abandon his rebel ways and bide his time as Longshanks’ vassal.
But Edward, Longshanks’ heir, doesn’t trust the opportunistic Scotsman and vows to one day destroy him. While quietly plotting his rebellion, Robert is betrayed by one of his own and must flee Longshanks’ vengeance.
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ABOUT GEMINI SASSON
If you ask me to describe myself in three words, they would be: runner, writer, dog-lover, in no particular order. I started running seriously in 9th grade because the Phys Ed teacher badgered me to join the track team (thank you, Mr. Williams). Over thirty years later, in my second marathon, I qualified for the 2017 Boston Marathon. Cross that off the bucket list.
Growing up, I was the kid in the neighborhood who coaxed the strays to take bits of bologna from my fingers and, to my parents’ dismay, brought them home. My childhood was filled with mutts, but shortly before getting married, my husband and I got our first Australian Shepherd. Our kennel, Imagineer, is an Australian Shepherd Club of America Hall of Fame Excellent Kennel.