Country music superstar Grantland Steele has lost it all, his career, his employees, and the love of his life. McRae Torrinson is going through her own personal tragedy. She has loved Grantland for years but he never knew she existed. Can these two lost souls heal each other’s hearts, and finally find love…
“This is a wonderful book and well worth the read. McRae and Grantland have each been through tragedies. They have worked hard to overcome them. Grantland hires McRae to cook for his family, but doesn’t remember her from their past. As they maneuver a new relationship, someone still wants Grantland dead. Loved how faith was combined with each situation in the book. Strong storyline with wonderful characters.”Ellen, Librarything Early Reviewer
“Someone To Catch My Teardrops’ was a good story that dealt with McRae and Grantland. Both had some horrible tragedies of death in their lives. It was pretty interesting how these two came together, having met in college; however, one didn’t know the other. The author works well at giving the reader a story of how this new relationship started and why problems were presented. The secondary characters were applauded for how well they worked into this fabulous story with such a fantastic ending. There will be a lot going on, so you will have to keep up, and in the end, the reader gets a heart-told story full of love and how well faith entered into this story.Arlena, Librarything Early Reviewer
Here are some other books from my catalog.
Lithium Dreams And Melancholy Sunrise
These poems tell the story
About a road littered with heartbreak
And finally letting go
Don’t Eat Your Boogers (You’ll Turn Green)
Goober McGee has a bad habit. He eats his boogers. His older brother, Sludge, warns him that he could get a case of Boogeritis. Goober thinks he is just pulling his leg. But one day he wakes up and he is all green, everywhere! Goober is in a panic. How does he get rid of it? Follow Goober on his quest to get well by learning to try new foods and promising to never eat his boogers again.
Brock’s Bad Temper (And The Time Machine)
Brock has a bad temper, he just can’t seem to keep his anger under control. His sister, Brenda, is known as the kindness queen. She warns Brock that if his temper keeps up, he will wind up taking a trip in the bad temper time machine. Brock thinks she’s crazy. She tells him that she used to have a bad temper too but all that changed after a few trips in the time machine.
Brenda tells him that one night she was putting on her pajamas and the next thing she knew, she was in another time period. She was also getting ready to receive an old-school punishment. Brock doesn’t believe her and says it could never happen to him.
Then one night after a rough day at school he is transported back in time in the time machine. Will his experiences show him that having a bad temper is not a good thing? Will he realize that the modern-day consequences for his actions are not that bad? Join Brock as he gets in trouble, goes back in time, and finally learns to get his temper under control.