Living in Fisher’s Point was racked with hardships. Raising well-adjusted, loving children there was nearly impossible. Catherine Kinkay gave birth to five children there, and four she raised... More > with the help of her oldest daughter Brae to adulthood.
Survival was hard on the island town, and prosperity was viewed by the resentful townsfolk with suspicion and envy. Gossip fueled every conversation, and no one in Fisher’s Point liked to target anyone else better than someone who was doing better than they were.< Less
In a land of castles and princesses, strife has grown between humankind and the once-gentle animals surrounding Brenton Farm. Willow-mina Astario Brenton, a former princess of Brenton Castle, has... More > made it that way through mistreatment and true unkindness. Can the wounded animals once again find harmony with the people of the land?< Less
Almost every woman has been here — wishing she knew more about the man she’s in a relationship with — before something irreversible or emotionally damaging happened.
Girls, now you... More > can tell the keepers from the losers, which ones to snatch up and which ones to stay away from. It’s all categorised by breed; dog breed, that is, and we, well, we’re the cats, girls.
Ever notice how some dogs are content and easy- mannered? How some love the home life and others are always trying to dig under the fence and get out of the yard? Ever notice some breeds wait patiently for their owner, while others like to be pet by any hand that wants to pet them? Wonder why that is, cats?
The Dogs Who Screwed the Cats is every woman’s guide to men, by dog breed, with fascinating and oh-honey- that’s-so-true common sense on which breeds of men make the best homebodies and which will stray at the first chance offered.< Less