Publisher Eternal Press

Publisher Eternal Press
Love and the Paranormal

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Title: One Heart to Win
Author: Johanna Lindsey
Genre: Historical Fiction in the Old American West
Rating: Five Stars
Reviewer: Linda Hays-Gibbs
    Tiffany Warren hasn't seen her father in fifteen years. She lives with her mother, Rose Warren in New York. Tiffany's father and brothers live in Montana. She has decided her father does not want or love her.    
   Tiffany was betrothed in infancy to Hunter Callahan, her father's enemies' son. Zachary Callahan and Franklin Warren have been enemies forever. The reason for the marriage between Tiffany and Hunter is to stop the feud.
    It is time for Tiffany to go West and meet her fiancée but she hates the thought of it. She also hates the thought if seeing her father.
    Before she arrives in Montana; she is subjected to all sorts of lawlessness and violence. She vows to go back to New York as soon as possible.
    She is offered a unique opportunity to observe everyone without their knowing. She takes the place of her father's hired housekeeper. She never did anything besides change her clothes and hairdo and shop. She has to learn how to clean, cook and be a servant. It is a very funny scenario with her being brought up to only be a Lady.
   This delightful tale leads you on a wonderful jaunt through the old West. Her problems seem insurmountable but she overcomes them one by one.
    Horrible as it seems; her fiancée is extremely handsome and delightful. Tiffany has a hard time reconciling her preconceived ideas to her present situation.
Romance is the name of the game with delightful twists and turns. You will think you have the mysteries figured out when the story goes a different route.
I loved it and as a Johanna Lindsey fan; I was so excited to say she does not disappoint. I wholeheartedly recommend this book and gave it Five Stars. I couldn't put it down. Enjoy the adventure!
Linda Hays-Gibbs
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Saturday, November 8, 2014

   Our Veterans Day Prayers
  When we as a nation stop our vigil we are lost. We must therefore keep up the fight to right what is wrong to rescue the hopeless and give help to the oppressed. It's hard to imagine the hardships that our fellow human beings suffer when we are so insulated from it ourselves. Even the elite in our country that try to be benefactors to the poor have no idea of the reality of their plight.
     It is certain that the poor and oppressed will always be with us but it's also certain that more could be done to help them. We think of ourselves as a country caring for the poor but the reality is we spend more money arming the poor than feeding them. Then the weaponry that we give so generously to the poor ends up in the hands of our enemies and they shoot the poor man that still has no bread to eat.
     I would rather we offer bread than bullets but such is the state of our civilization that someone must be killing someone in the name of some God or belief.
     God help us all for instead of helping and caring we are killing or maiming. Let us therefore pause and remember these heroes of the oppressed, the poor, the defenseless, and the nameless.

      On this Veterans Day take a close look at the thousands of young men ruined for life by the barbaric wars that rage around the world in the name of beliefs that were supposed to unite us in love.
    Think a minute if that were you would you be filled with joy over a parade or would you want better medical treatment and assurances of it continuing for the rest of your life?
     Would you want pats on the back for a job well done or help getting to the bathroom and someone to hold you when you cry into the night? I am sure both would be good though.
     A grateful nation and people to help them, but we do need to do more for these people that have suffered so much to keep the battles far away from us. We want the insulation and the assurance that we will be safe and warm and secure in our ideals, so let us do more for these lovely wonderful men and woman that have suffered so much for us in reality. Remember also the ones with no outward signs of injuries but who inwardly are a painful site, raging with injuries we can't see.
    I salute them all and I am proud to be an American that is from the same country as these wonderful men and women. God love them all and give them pride that we adore them and honor their love and sacrifices for us. Now let us stand up and unite to make sure they are treated in medical facilities that are the best with fast service and the best doctors and treatments. Let us give to make sure these wounded warriors have what they need and more; an assurance that this is going to continue. That we will make sure they are never mistreated and forgotten ever.That we will stand by them for the rest of their lives.