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Final Call

Final Call

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes
Publisher:
ISBN: 1609088999
Pages: 262
Year: 2012
Autumn Rain's unique ability to read imprints--emotions left on certain objects--is put to the test as she attempts to find a missing actress.
Final Call

Final Call

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes
Publisher:
ISBN: 1609088999
Pages: 262
Year: 2012
Autumn Rain's unique ability to read imprints--emotions left on certain objects--is put to the test as she attempts to find a missing actress.
Eyes of a Stranger

Eyes of a Stranger

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes
Publisher:
ISBN: 1590389662
Pages: 348
Year: 2008
On the first day of her new life, Tawnia McKnight finds herself in Oregon, her fifth state in ten years. Another new job, new friends, a heartache left far behind. Maybe in Portland she can at last find what she is looking for. Maybe she can even forget Bret Winn. But when a tragic bridge collapse rocks the city, Tawnia is thrust back into the life of the man she thought shed never see again. Bret introduces her to the eccentric Autumn Raina stranger with inexplicably familiar eyesand Tawnia finds herself drawn into a web of confusion and deceit. Autumns suffering over her missing father seems to be real, but there is much that cannot be explained. Will Tawnia find what she is looking for, or will everything she is beginning to care about slip once again from her grasp?
The Mirrored Heavens

The Mirrored Heavens

Author: David J. Williams
Publisher: Spectra
ISBN: 0553905163
Pages: 409
Year: 2008-05-20
In this thrilling debut, David J. Williams delivers a hard-hitting blend of military SF and dystopian cyberpunk, set in a futuristic landscape where hostilities rage from the Eastern and Western hemispheres to the outer ranges of space. In the 22nd century, the first wonder of a brave new world is the Phoenix Space Elevator, designed to give mankind greater access to the frontier beyond Earth. Built by the U.S./Pan-Asian Coalition, the Elevator is also a grand symbol of superpower alliance following a second cold war. And it’s just been destroyed. The South American insurgent group Autumn Rain claims responsibility for the attack, but with suspicions rampant, armies and espionage teams are mobilized across the globe and beyond. Enter Claire Haskell and Jason Marlowe, U.S. counterintelligence agents, and former lovers—though their memories may only be constructs implanted by their spymaster. Forced to set aside the enigma of their past, their agenda is to trust no one. For in a time of shifting loyalties, the enemy could be anyone—from a shadowy assassin working a questionable mission on the dark side of the moon, to a Euro data thief working under deep cover and wooed into a dangerous pact. As the crisis mounts, and the search for Autumn Rain spans both Earth and Moon, the lives of all those involved will converge in one explosive finale—and a startling aftermath that will rewrite everything they’ve ever known—about their mission, their world, and themselves From the Trade Paperback edition.
Touch of Rain

Touch of Rain

Author: Teyla Branton
Publisher: White Star Press
ISBN: 1939203902
Pages: 344
Year: 2017-11-05

Blinded

Blinded

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes
Publisher:
ISBN: 193920352X
Pages: 346
Year: 2014-10-30
Sometimes clear sight comes only after you're blinded When a rash of elderly deaths occur in Portland, Autumn Rain is called upon to use her ability to read emotions imprinted on physical objects in an attempt to track down the killer. The antiques shop owner and part-time police consultant is more than willing to go undercover to estate sales with detective Shannon Martin. After all, reselling antiques is her business, and spending time with the man she might be falling for is a plus. But a chilling repeated imprint and a fiery near-death has Autumn rethinking everything she's learned about her ability and what it has made her become. Crime boss Nicholas Russo is also back in town to claim the favor Autumn owes him. If she doesn't pay, her life and those of her family will be at risk, but helping Russo might mean the deaths of other innocent people. Autumn has no choice but to find out for herself what's really at stake before she gives him anything. And then things really get crazy.
To Love and to Promise

To Love and to Promise

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes
Publisher: White Star Press
ISBN: 1939203228
Pages: 298
Year: 2010-06-01
When Brionney Fields marries handsome and charming Derek Roathe, she feels like her life is a fairy tale come true. And when baby Savannah comes along, she's sure of it. Then, with a horrifying discovery, the dream is shattered and her fairy tale begins to unravel. Trying to pick up the bits and pieces of her life, she wonders if she'll ever be able to take a chance at love again. The answer finally comes, but is Brionney ready for it? Can she set aside a world of pain for the hope of true love? She's heard all the promises before, but they've been empty and tainted by lies. Why should she believe them now? In this compelling and emotional story of love, betrayal, and soul-wrenching challenges, bestselling author Rachel Ann Nunes creates memorable characters and dramatic moments that will live in the reader's mind and heart long after the book is closed. Join Brionney as she learns that the road to true love and happiness is never easy . . . but in the end it's worth every prayer, every tear, and every leap of faith along the way.
A Glimpse of Eternity

A Glimpse of Eternity

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes
Publisher: White Star Press
ISBN: 1939203104
Pages: 370
Year: 2012-02-29
Updated and revised 3rd edition, author-authorized version. Ariana and Jean-Marc Perrault have built a wonderful life together in France. They have raised their six children to believe in God and stay close to the Church. Along the way they faced many challenges and relied on their faith to see them through. Now, as the shadows darken around their family once again, they struggle to find strength and comfort in the face of almost unendurable heartache. Pauline, their adopted daughter, is gravely ill. After sixteen years of hoping and praying for a miracle, how can they bear to let her go? And how can Emeri, Pauline's first love, reconcile such a terrible loss with what she has taught him about the gospel? Meanwhile, unaware of their sister’s worsening condition, Marie-Thérèse and Josette are in America attending Brigham Young University. Marie-Thérèse is only marking time until she can serve a mission . . . but will the handsome Mathieu change her mind? And beautiful, flighty Josette doesn't know what she wants—until a near tragedy teaches her what is really important in life. Follow the Perrault daughters as they grow from young women to wives with children of their own, facing and overcoming challenges that will resonate with readers of all ages. From life's darkest moments to its sweetest joys, author Rachel Ann Nunes skillfully portrays the characters and events that will give you an unforgettable Glimpse of Eternity.
A Greater Love

A Greater Love

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes
Publisher: White Star Press
ISBN: 193920318X
Pages: 182
Year: 2013-12-08
Miguel Silva is a street orphan who will do anything to avoid the wrath of his alcoholic aunt and to keep his little sister, Sara, happy. He and Sara roam the streets of Portugal, begging and stealing to feed and clothe themselves. A sudden twist of fate throws them into an even colder world, where their only chance for survival is Daniel and Cristina Andrade. Daniel Andrade has put his bitter past behind him and found a new life with Cristina. But the past returns in force when Miguel steals his wallet on the ferry, throwing into motion a series of unstoppable events. Daniel doesn’t want to face the secrets of the past or open his heart to anyone—yet that is exactly what he must do or face losing everything he loves. Cristina Andrade also has secrets. Now she must choose between her husband and the deep longing in her heart. Or is there a compromise? Only Miguel can help them find the way—and time for Miguel is running out. Can the Savior’s love heal them all before it’s too late?
A Heartbeat Away

A Heartbeat Away

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes
Publisher: White Star Press
ISBN: 1939203058
Pages: 212
Year: 2016-12-22
Editorial Reviews "What an amazing book! What great suspense and tenderness all rolled up into a compelling read." –Amanda Dickson, KSL 1160 "Similar to the mainstream book The Lovely Bones . . . but a Heartbeat Away left me feeling very content and uplifted. . . I also liked the idea that Kristin was . . . working behind the scenes, so to speak, to help her family cope, to help find the perpetrator, and to help the spirits of the previous victims advance in the Spirit Kingdom as well. All in all, this was an excellent book, and I'm glad I read it." –Melanie Goldmund of Kiel, Germany Book Description "You think it's never going to happen to you. I know because that's how I was—untouchable. Bad things only happen to someone else. Or if something bad actually did happen, it was always something the doctor could fix with fiberglass or a pill. That's the way it was with my family—at least until the year I turned thirteen." When their young daughter, Kristin, is kidnapped, Gary and Angie Marshall struggle to make sense of the unthinkable. Who could do such a thing? And why Kristin? As more time passes in their desperate search for their daughter, their hopes slowly dwindle. They are left with "if onlys" and a glaring uncertainty that damages their marriage and their relationships with their other children, especially their oldest daughter, Meghan. Meanwhile, Kristin is having new experiences of her own. Her first job in her new "life" is to heal the hearts of her family. But doing so turns out to be more of a challenge than she ever expected. How can she get them to let her go so they can find happiness? Or can there ever be a healing after such a devastating trial? Looming above them all is the question—who is responsible for Kristin's disappearance? Is it their beloved uncle? Their neighbor Dale Loveridge, who once dated Angie Marshall? Or could it be Jay, the young man with a colorful past? Or perhaps someone else entirely? Time is running out. As she blames herself for Kristin's disappearance, Meghan turns down a road that can only lead to more unhappiness. Kristin must find a way to help her sister find healing—and perhaps love. A novel of love and the Afterlife from an LDS Christian perspective. More Reviews "This is one AMAZING book! . . . I still marvel over it! Whenever I'm in church and we're talking about heaven, I think about this book! The story is so wonderful that you will get lost in this book and will NEVER want to put it down!" –Brandi of ID "The most beautiful story that had me in tears at the end!" –Alyson Jensen of Tucson, AZ "I finished A Heartbeat Away in record time because I could not put it down. I LOVED IT!" –Angie of Springville, Utah "What a great book to read for all, a real wake up call for safety. I have never read a book by this author, but I loved this book. I couldn't stop reading it, so I ended up reading it in two days. It was wonderful! It was great to be able to see this story unfold from a spiritual perspective and realm . . . I am recommending this book to all my relatives and friends." –Hilda Granado of Carlsbad, California
Tomorrow and Always

Tomorrow and Always

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes
Publisher: White Star Press
ISBN: 1939203244
Pages: 266
Year: 2016-12-22
Anyone would think that Karissa and Malcolm have the perfect life. Young and successful, they've built their dream home on beautiful Kodiak Island in Alaska. But behind closed doors it's a much different story. Unable to have children and inactive in their LDS religion, Karissa and Malcolm's marriage is beginning to fall apart. When Jesse and Brionney Hergarter move to Kodiak, Karissa senses a kindred spirit. With Brionney's friendship and support, Karissa feels a growing desire to return to activity at church. But this means confessing a sin that has haunted her for years—the one sin that could drive Malcolm away forever. In Tomorrow and Always, best-selling romance author Rachel Ann Nunes has crafted another dramatic and emotional novel about heartache, hope, and one woman's urgent desire for forgiveness.
Once Upon an Autumn Eve

Once Upon an Autumn Eve

Author: Dennis L. McKiernan
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101043741
Pages: 400
Year: 2007-05-01
The national bestselling author of the beloved Mithgar fantasies, Dennis L. McKiernan continues his enchanting seasonal fairytale cycle with a spellbinding story of love and legend. Once upon an autumn eve, a wounded knight named Sieur Luc rides into the Autumnwood—and into the heart of Liaze, Princess of that demesne. Liaze soon discovers that Sieur Luc is not an ordinary knight, but a man with a secret past—a past not even he knows, filled with enemies he does not suspect and allies he has not seen. And even as love blooms between Luc and Liaze, dark forces snatch him away. The Fates themselves intervene—but the Fates are bound by rules of their own, and can only give guidance in riddles and spoken enigmas. Even so, alone and grimly determined, Liaze sets out on a desperate quest to follow the trail of her true love. But no tracks whatsoever mark the way, and for guidance, she has only arcane words and the way of her heart. “Dennis L. McKiernan always manages to enchant his readers with his fabulous fantasy novels . . . Readers will not be disappointed with this beautiful adult fairy tale.”—Midwest Book Review
A Place to Call Home

A Place to Call Home

Author: Deborah Smith
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: 0307796582
Pages: 448
Year: 2011-08-24
Twenty years ago, Claire Maloney was the willful, pampered, tomboyish daughter of the town's most respected family, but that didn't stop her from befriending Roan Sullivan, a fierce, motherless boy who lived in a rusted-out trailer amid junked cars. No one in Dunderry, Georgia--least of all Claire's family--could understand the bond between these two mavericks. But Roan and Claire belonged together...until the dark afternoon when violence and terror overtook them, and Roan disappeared from Claire's life. Now, two decades later, Claire is adrift, and the Maloneys are still hoping the past can be buried under the rich Southern soil. But Roan Sullivan is about to walk back into their lives....By turns tender and sexy and heartbreaking and exuberant, A Place to Call Home is an enthralling journey between two hearts--and a deliciously original novel from one of the most imaginative and appealing new voices in Southern fiction.
After Rain

After Rain

Author: William Trevor
Publisher: Vintage Canada
ISBN: 0307367401
Pages: 220
Year: 2010-12-22
Here is a new collection of twelve absorbing, deeply compassionate tales that reveal the subtle revenges of love and indifference, the deep wells of affection, and the strange, breathtaking tricks of chance that make up the texture of our lives. In the rain-washed Italian hills, a forgotten artist's Annunciation brings light to a heartbroken woman; insidiously, in her struggle for love, the second wife of a blind piano tuner distorts his memories of the first; two children, survivors of divorce, mimic their parents' dramas and passions; a mother, tied through love and fear to her son, watches with helpless dread as she realizes the monster he has become. From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Last Supper

The Last Supper

Author: Charles McCarry
Publisher: The Overlook Press
ISBN: 1468300369
Pages: 400
Year: 2008-01-29
Perhaps the most richly complex of McCarry’s renowned Paul Christopher novels, The Last Supper is an epic recreation of the history of an organization ensnared by a culture of conspiracy, deceit, and senseless violence. On a rainy night in Paris, Paul Christopher’s lover Molly Benson falls victim to a vehicular homicide minutes after Christopher boards a jet to Vietnam. To explain this seemingly senseless murder, The Last Supper takes its readers back not only to the earliest days of Christopher's life, but also to the origins of the CIA in the clandestine operations of the OSS during World War II. Moving seamlessly from tales of refugee smuggling in Nazi Germany, to OSS-coordinated guerilla warfare against the Japanese in Burma, to the chaotic violence of the Vietnam War, McCarry creates an intimate history of the shadow world of deceit and betrayal that penetrates the psyches of the men and women who live within it.