A Collie Rescue

Former Army Sergeant Sandi Charleston, diagnosed with PTSD and homeless barely survives day to day. By a miracle of fate she meets Taz, a uniquely special collie, who helps turn her life around.

Only through him does she find the courage to go head to head with her worst enemy-terrorist bent on mass destruction.

Bound by a special love to help and protect each other, side by side these two unlikely partners willingly march forward into battle. A fight to the death neither is sure can be won but fighting as one they will try to.

Kidnapped and forced to reveal what she knows Sandi realizes there is only one individual who can save her from certain death. It’s not the government but her new best buddy.

Together they defeat the enemy proving once again that battle buddies come in all shapes and breeds.

Rescued, Sandi finally realizes that there is a new and better life for her as long as Taz is part of it.

Astraea Press   Amazon   B&N

Emily Dahill, CID Part 2

Tears– Bullied at school, Mary Todd is just about to give up when Dakota and Emily come to her rescue.

Friends and Family– Dakota helps a she-wolf and her cubs while he continues to cause mischief with hilarious results

Guardian– Against all odds Dakota works to protect Emily, from her boyfriend and herself

The Loser– Emily and Dakota step into intrigue when a soldier can’t hit the target with any degree of consistency.

Astraea Press   Amazon   B&N

A Body in the Attic

A missing soldier. A break in. A former, now soldier, model tells of an aborted assault. A passageway hiding more than years of dust and cobwebs. Rooms where there are none. The reappearance of the mysterious ‘brown-haired man’. What, if anything, ties these random facts together.

With precision and dedication Emily and Dakota start to unravel some of the questions. Only when an FBI agent steps up do the facts start to merge into what appears to be a terrorist conspiracy.

A body found halfway across the country is the final clue in answering all of the question, but one.

Will Emily be able to save a life before it’s too late?

Astraea Press   Amazon   B&N

A Dog Gone Christmas

When a call for paws goes out, five friends bring their collies without question to a friend’s house. They learn the collies are needed to help seven children with the grief of losing a parent in Iraq or Afghanistan. Now, with seven friends, four collie yearlings and their mother, they set out to help the children

Not far away a mother hopefully leads her seven puppies to safety from a man intent on selling them for illicit purposes.

By a miracle of fate the two mother collies find each other right before the man sells the puppies.

That Christmas morning will be one the children will remember all their lives and they are united with the puppies.

 Astraea Press   Amazon   Barnes & Noble   All Romance

Emily Dahill, CID Part 1

Final Mission-After being seriously wounded in a copter crash in Iraq Sgt. Emily Dahill meets her new partner as she embarks on her new Army career as a CID agent. Who could this new partner be?

A Body in the Snow– Emily and her partner, Dakota, cross bullets with their most determined foe. Who will survive?

Right Place, Wrong Day-On leave to hang with friends Emily gets the surprise of her life.

Dog on Fishing-When it comes to knowing how to fish, and catch the big ones, never underestimate your partner. He might surprise you.

 Astraea Press   Amazon   Barnes & Noble   Bookstrand

A Special English Rose

The aerial WWI dogfights over France paled in comparison to the fight Flight Lieutenant James Norton was up against to win the hand of a duke’s daughter.


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3 Responses to Books

  1. Loved these excerpts, they all sound great. Must reads for me. I also love the videos. :}

  2. Loved your excerpts and video’s, these are must reads for me. :} Going to add them to my kindle.

  3. Love them all Lindsay!!! Added to TBR list!!

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