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The Wildflower Trilogy: Book 3
Tennessee, 1982. Wildflower McAllister returns to the small mountain town that stole her innocence and cast her out. Can she stop a harrowing legacy from spreading to another generation? If you like strong women, generational tales, and the power of family and the land to heal, then you’ll adore this compelling finale to the Wildflower series.
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The Secret Sense of Wildflower
The Wildflower Trilogy: Book 1
Fans of Scout Finch (To Kill A Mockingbird) and Jo March (Little Woman) will treasure Louisa May “Wildflower” McAllister in this well-loved novel. Named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best Book of 2012 list.
The Wildflower Trilogy: Book 2
A mother’s secrets, a daughter’s dream, and a family’s loyalty are masterfully interwoven in this much anticipated sequel to Amazon #1 bestseller The Secret Sense of Wildflower. “Wildflower” McAllister’s daughter, Lily, now 14, struggles with her mother’s reluctance to tell her who her father is. When a stranger appears on the family doorstep, drunk and evoking ghosts from the past, it threatens to break the close-knit McAllister family apart.
Every family has secrets but the Temple family has more than most. Now those secrets are coming to light. Bestselling author Susan Gabriel shines once again in Temple Secrets, a fascinating tale of a Savannah family’s struggle to break free from its past. Filled with secrets, betrayals, tragedy and ghosts, the author weaves an intricate often comic storyline that will keep you hooked.
Sequel to Temple Secrets
A family legacy in danger. A stranger in their midst. Do they have the strength to survive the gathering storm of secrets? For the Temple women, the winds of change are blowing. And if they’re not careful, it could sweep them all away
A hopeful grandmother. A sassy young girl. Their audacious summer stunt could change their southern town forever.
Grace, Grits and Ghosts
Written in the tradition of Flannery O’Connor and Eudora Welty, these short stories are rooted in the southern landscape-from the steamy coast of Georgia, to the current day Atlanta suburbs, to the ancient Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina. Pull up a rocker on the front porch, take a sip of your sweet iced tea and lose yourself in these original stories of soulful southerners and their sultry landscape
Seeking Sara Summers
Sara Summers Stanton is a mother and high school teacher whose 25-year marriage is showing cracks in the facade. And now she’s dealing with breast cancer. In a rare moment of taking care of herself instead of everyone else, Sara takes a sabbatical and goes on the trip to Italy she has always dreamed of taking. Sara’s inner conflict and subsequent choices reveal an unpredictable yet dynamic future for all the characters. Seeking Sara Summers is an emotional and lyrical novel, a timeless story about love, commitment, and transformation.
Circle of the Ancestors
Finding a rare, precious star ruby brings trouble and transformation to Sam, a Cherokee teen boy. When news of the ruby gets out, he encounters bullies and thieves, as well as a nationally known gem expert who comes to visit him on the reservation. Sam calls on the spirits of his ancestors to help him decide the fate of his treasure.
Quentin and the Cave Boy
Quentin Moss is an average 13-year-old boy with an anything-but-average problem: the cave boy he dreamed about last night has shown up, alive and smelly, in his bedroom. As past and present collide with comic consequences, Quentin must hide the secret identity of his new and find a way to help the homesick cave boy get back to his home — thousands of years in the past.
Fearless Writing for Women
Whether you are new to writing or an experienced veteran, this wonderful book by acclaimed author Susan Gabriel will provide you with writing inspiration, writing tools and tips, and encouragement to get going and keep going. In addition to sharing from her own experience as a writer for over 15 years, Gabriel also reflects on thoughts and experiences from a wide variety of writers.