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Mae Warner was a special person. She ruled with an iron hand when her daughters, Glenna and Jamie, were in their formative years. She possessed a bright smile and had a lovely sense of humor. She was beautiful with flaming auburn hair and a regal face. She had prominent cheekbones and full lips that she painted with red lip gloss. Mae knew her auburn hair didn’t call for red lipstick, but she wore it anyway. Her figure, at five feet two, was lush and curvaceous. Men of all ages stared at her like there was no one else in the room. Jamie was ten years younger than Glenna and resembled her mother with the same auburn hair and snapping brown eyes. Glenna took after her deceased father and was a platinum blonde with blue eyes. Their friend, Cheryl, lived down the road from them, and the two vied for her attention. Even though Cheryl was seventeen years old, the same age as Glenna, she was seventeen going on twenty-six, and Mae Warner wasn’t sure she was a good influence on her daughters. Cheryl’s family lived in a sprawling colonial-style home and was one of the richest families in town. Her father owned a paper mill, and most of the people in Plainfield worked for him.
Ricky and Rocky, two raccoon kids, watched as their mother of a year walked away. Instinctively, they knew it was time for them to go out on their own. They crept slowly, afraid to be alone, away from the protection and security that their mother gave them. A group of coyote ran by about five hundred yards away. Both of them shrunk back into the high grass, but the animals passed without seeing the young raccoons.
Taylor Townshend owned a large publishing company for new authors headquartered in the Philippines. The conglomerate also has subsidiaries in the United States, with the main office in Minneapolis. Taylor speaks often with Sara, his US liaison and book critic for new authors, and they become very fond of each other by long distance. Unknown to him, she has a disability, and as it turns out, so does he. Their transpacific romance builds until she meets him in the Philippines, which reveals the novel’s conclusion!
Rand Jacobs is a Republican candidate for President of the United States. The story follows him through the campaign trail; during this time he meets a young woman who's friendship turns into romance. His opponent is Democratic candidate Josh Samson who tries to thwart him all the way. Rand's bodyguards are kept busy by the many times their campaign is sabotaged, including an attempted assassination by the opposite party.
Skippy’s family didn’t want him anymore because he always got into mischief. He couldn’t help it when he pottied on the floor when they were gone or tipped over the wastebaskets. It was so much fun to grab the end of the toilet paper on the roll and run from one end of the house to the other with it in his mouth! Or shredding the Kleenex box to bits! “The birth of Jesus is the true meaning of Christmas. Each year take a few minutes to remember where it began. Know that every being should be treated with kindness and will be richly rewarded,” as written in the Bible.