April 3, 2022

He’s the son of the comte. And no matter how intriguing she finds him, they can’t be together. Not even when he returns her feelings.

Worse still, his father wants him to marry a woman he doesn’t love to form an alliance. Gilbert refuses, hoping there is some way that he can marry the woman he loves.

When Emma finds herself in deep trouble, Gilbert attempts a rescue, only to find himself caught in the same trap.

Will Gilbert be willing to pay the price for their freedom even if it means he loses Emma forever? Can Emma pick up the pieces and go on with life without him?

Emma: Daughter Of Normandy is the first in the House Of Clare series. Read for strong, resilient women and heroes with humanity, not to mention castles, villains, and adventures. Above all, this is a sweet love story between two people who refuse to allow circumstances to steal their hopes and dreams.


Madison Forester has been through hell and back. Diagnosed with breast cancer at age 26, she had to fight to stay alive. The only problem is, now she’s forgotten how to live. Held back by fears and an overbearing mother, she’s forgotten all about her life before and the dreams she once had. When a friend offers her a week’s respite in beautiful Lake Tahoe, she can’t refuse.

Keegan Reynolds knows what it’s like to conquer the mountain. One of the world’s foremost climbers, he’s learned many lessons looking down from the top of the world. But then tragedy enters his life as well, leaving him with a mountain of guilt and secrets to overcome. He’ll need help remembering what helped him get to the top in the first place.

Together, Madison and Keegan will be taught one of life’s greatest lessons: sometimes the biggest mountains we have to conquer are our own fears.

The last place Andrew (Drew) Morgan wants to be is back on the family avocado farm in Plentiful. If he had his way, he’d still be active military and deployed someplace far, far away. Unfortunately, he rarely gets what he wants. And, being back in the orchard is just the latest in a long list of disappointments.

Single mother, Chloe Taylor has relocated from Fresno to the rural area of Plentiful, California to build her marketing business beginning with the local agriculture co-op. It’s her job to convince the local farms to invest in a major overhaul of the co-op’s publicity campaign. A mixture of modern operations, and older, family-owned farms, only adds to her frustration.

At the moment, her biggest challenge is bringing the owner of Plenty Good Farms in line with the others. The fact that the old curmudgeon of an owner, Samuel Morgan, has brought his nephew in to run things gives her hope. Surely, the younger Morgan will be more amenable to her progressive ideas.

When Chloe first presents her plan the Morgan men, it’s Drew who throws a monkey wrench into his uncle’s agreement to sign the necessary contract. What she doesn’t realize is that Drew’s reluctance has more to do with his uncle’s health issues, and the possibility that he won’t be able to talk the man who raised him into retiring.

When Drew is forced by the military medical team into choosing between a desk job or retirement, he shares his frustrations with Chloe and she helps him find a new purpose outside of being a full-time farmer. It also helps that their attraction is growing. Drew has definitely fallen for the independent woman, and her adorable daughter.

Will Chloe’s faith and determination help her lead Drew through his difficult decisions and bring them what they both need… a love that transcends their everyday challenges.

A Ukrainian rebel. Three generations of women bearing the consequences. A journey that changes everything.

When Ivanna opens the door to uniformed officers, her tranquil life is torn to pieces – leaving behind a broken woman who must learn to endure cold, starvation, and the memories of a man who died in the quintessential act of betrayal. Using her thrift, ingenuity, and a bit of luck, she finds a way to survive in Soviet Ukraine, along with her daughter, Yevtsye. But the question remains, will she be strong enough to withstand her daughter’s deceit and the eventual downfall of the nation she has devoted her life to? Or will the memories of her late husband act as a shadow haunting everyone and everything she loves, including Ionna, the granddaughter that never knew him?

In Sunflowers Beneath the Snow, Teri M Brown explores the tenacity of women, showing that even in grueling circumstances, they can, and do, experience all the good things life has to offer – compassion, joy, love, faith, and wonder.

In this biographical fiction, you will meet young Zoe Page as she faces tough choices from the start. You will pull for her, hope for her, and watch her grow as she pursues one passion over another.

You will laugh with her, cry with her, and roll your eyes with her. You will feel the true meaning of grit and determination. Your heart will break with hers and you will be reminded what the brink of giving up feels like, but don’t despair. You will persevere with her.

This story gives you the chance to connect with a young woman who selflessly gives back to her community, gives a voice to the voiceless, and makes a difference in the world. One horse at a time, one life at a time, one friend at a time, Zoe commits to contributing to our world in positive and life-giving ways.

Zoe and I are excited to donate the proceeds from this fictional biography of her life to Hope Retreat Ranch.

Published by Regina Walker

I am a Jesus-girl, wife, mom, writer, sister, daughter, baker, cook, maid, teacher, farmer, and more. I am busy raising kids, and praying daily for them to be servants of Christ. I am the blessed wife of a very hard working man. We live on a small farm where we are learning more about sustainable living. We do our best to enjoy life, help others, and use the talents God gave us for His glory. Our goal is to teach our kids to do the same. I welcome all emails - you can reach me at reginawalkerauthor@gmail.com - feel free to email me anytime, just be patient in waiting for my response!

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