Do you want to travel the world indefinitely, setting up your office in cafes with views of crystal clear seas in Greece, guesthouses with mountain views in the Rockies, next to a mouthwatering bowl of fresh Gnocchi in Italy, or anywhere you can get the bloody WiFi connection to work?
In this book, you’ll learn how Kayla has traveled around the world for over five years from the Ashrams of India to the ruins of Greece, teaching herself the skills she needed to start a successful online career.
Highly sensitive people—or empaths—see life through the eyes of compassion and caring. They were born that way. As a result, they carry a tremendous amount of inner light. But they’re also the favored prey of “vampires” who feed off empaths’ energy and disrupt their lives on every level—physical, emotional, and financial.
Despite being granted two miracles after suffering a tragedy, the Collins and Auckley clan is full of conflict. Alucard’s interest in Melina is stronger than ever, and the others are helpless to stop him. That doesn’t mean that they will let her go without a fight. Will their family be reunited, or ripped apart?
Would you let someone you know is innocent go to prison just so you can fit in? The product of a forbidden alliance between the Mystics and the Wielder’s, makes fitting in for 14-year-old Abby a difficult task. Once given the opportunity to live with a Wielder family, Abby begins to make friends and enjoy her newfound life. All of that changes when her mother’s murder case goes to trial. The Mystics believe they caught the killer, someone who happens to be the dad of one of Abby’s new friends.
On a barren road, Adam Farraday happens upon a disabled sports car and an angel in white searching for a disappearing dog. What is it about the secretive redhead that intrigues him so? Runaway bride Meg O’Brien is stranded with no money so the city girl must learn to fit in to small town life and all its quirky trappings. Too bad falling in love with her handsome rescuer is not an option.
The first time you meet someone, you make eye contact. You smile, say hello. Should be simple, if you’re anyone but me. The first time I met Dylan Reed, I found myself making eye contact with a different part of his body. You see, I’m very good at being shy, not to mention extremely well-versed in rambling nonsense and, unfortunately, rather highly skilled at making a fool of myself in front of a guy I’m attracted to.