The hunky trainer's job now includes babysitting a manipulative owner's rebellious granddaughter. She's the last thing this horse-loving loner needs...but she turns into the only thing he really wants.
Sparks fly. Romance blooms. Danger threatens them all!
Jessica Arnold started illustrating and writing her own books by hand at the age of seven. Her first book, "I am Good at Lots of Things" was began when she was 7 and completed when she was twelve using the original story and illustrations. It has since become a must read, feel good book for kids.
"I am Good at Lots of Things" is a story about Alex, a girl who feels like she never has any luck. She learns that even if she doesn't win, trying and not giving up is really what makes someone a winner. Great for self-esteem, this novel is written by a child who has had challenges and wanted to share her experiences!
Jane Pearson is single, thirty-five, and reluctantly dressed as a squirrel.
When she’s not covered in fake fur, she sleeps with the wrong men, avoids laundry, sets her vibrator on fire, and dodges her mother’s demanding phone calls. Surrounded by eccentric friends, an offbeat family, peculiar coworkers, and a twenty-four-year-old goldfish, Jane searches for happiness through a maze of dirty clothes and hard lessons.
Happy(ish) is set in Ferndale and the metro Detroit area.
Muriel Chase is like any other young woman who's 17th birthday is just weeks away. Her life is simple: she likes going to the beach, she enjoys working out, she loves to go shopping with her mom . . . and she hunts demons.
As part of a secret group, she is sent around the world to face the demons that are so dangerous that even the Vatican can't handle them.
Along the way to learning the secrets of the fight against true evil, she meets Michael - her protector, sworn to keep her safe. As they start to fall for each other, their world is turned upside down by monsters and evil creatures lurking in the darkness. But Muriel has a very dark secret, and if discovered, it could threaten more than just her relationship with Michael . . . but all of humanity.