The world is a different place after the Western powers lost the war, but that was over ten years ago. Now, a young man struggles to deal with that past and the impending death of his foster... More > daughter, and the importance of any life, however insignificant it might be.< Less
Then there was Max is the story of finding hope when all seemed lost. Robin grew up in a world of wealth and status, but never quite fit in. Her husband, David, enjoyed his leadership role. Robin... More > loved David and was devoted to him, but sometimes his demands were too much. She spent time away from her wifely duties, at Central Park, feeding the birds. It was there, where Robin first encountered Max. He was a severely neglected four-year old boy. Max began to show an interest in Robin’s birds. As the months past, she became more involved in Max’s life. Robin learned that Max was in foster care. Max dragged her deeper and deeper into his tragic life. Robin tried at first to confide in David. He immediately demanded that she end the friendship. Robin tried to distance herself from Max, but it was impossible, she was becoming Max’s only hope. Her friends and family could not understand this attachment she had to Max. She stood alone until help came from an unexpected source.< Less
Max Aries is out of this world. Literally. He's a skinny twenty-seven year-old who performs impossible feats. He takes the Cincinnati Rams, a mediocre professional football team and makes them Super... More > Bowl Champions. Science fiction? Well, sort of.< Less
It would seem that Maxwell Stanton’s worst enemy is, well . . . Maxwell Stanton. Recently divorced and struggling to find direction in his life, Max does his best to stay optimistic while... More > wrestling with his insecurities and feelings of guilt. Fortunately for Max, he has an awesome group of friends and a loving family to help him out and kick him in the pants.
This book contains some adult themes and may not be appropriate for younger readers.< Less