An Amazing Account of Survival Against Incredible Odds
As Oron continues his investigative excavation on earth, he starts to uncover other dealings that have caused humanity to go down the path it has been driven to. Oron then presents his findings to the one being he is reluctant to talk to the most but must face due to the role he has inhabited for the greater good of the universe. God has always loved Oron, but Oron can say that he has never fully loved God, which cause their engagements to be full of Ice and Fire.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B07JF5GXYX/" target="_blank">Reighn & Sage's Story: Reighn had no idea when he woke one morning what the day was about to deliver. For a thousand years he had waited for his shadow and by the end of the day he would not only have his long desired mate but TWO YOUNG DAUGHTERS as well!
Sharm & Edith's Story: This is the second fantasy dragon romance book in the series 'Dragon's Gap' where we meet Edith Black who is a full bear that grew up thinking she was human. Edith is a bear that, for so long, could not shift or communicate with her other half. After she has been at Dragon's Gap for two months this all changes so whether it is the influence of all the other shifters or the Dragon magic that fills the air, Edith's bear starts to talk to her.
Storm and Charlie's Story: This is an inspirational romance fantasy about two people who deal in war. They must learn that they need to embrace their softer natures when their shape shifting young children need them to take on the roles of their parents. Both Charlie and her dragon shadow, Storm, find themselves rising to the occasion.
Saving the planet through education is the key to our children's future and The Rubbish Rebellion is a book series that will captivate the minds of young readers. Children's book Author Chez Rafter and the Forest Fairies will take children on a magical litter picking adventure as they follow forest trails with giant sacks picking up rubbish from tourists. Join them as they teach children how to care for the environment. Does your child believe in fairies?