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by narrator "Joseph B. Kearns" in Romance
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Joseph B. Kearns
Length: 6 hrs and 21 mins
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Joanna has seen some remarkable things deep in the woods in her role as the chief ranger of a popular national park. However, she never expected to witness a camper receiving a paddling high up on the mountain. When she realizes that she is not disturbed by the poor girl's pleas for the spanking to stop, she wonders if the past she has put behind her is truly history.
Hadley is an eternal optimist, despite her pint-sized stature. She is loved and adored by everyone, full of joy and kindheartedness. Until the day, Logan Reems takes it upon himself to become her designated, albeit it reluctant knight in shining armor and rescue her from the mud. She has never come up against anyone so haughty and mean spirited. Her determination to avoid contact with him is derailed when she finds out his two boys will be in her kindergarten class.
Savannah Greane is a good mother in a terrible situation, on the brink of losing her son due to injuries sustained in another attack by her ex-husband. She has run for years, limited personal friends for fear others could get hurt, and lived in shelters, but he found her and now his parents are suing for custody, saying she is unable to care for her son. When a tall man walks into her room and offers her a solution, it seems too good to be true, but she doesn't have any other option.
Katja truly adored all her foster siblings, but Lincoln holds a special place in her heart. He had already been with Mama Jean when they had taken her in, straight from the hospital; and through the pain of physical and emotional healing, they had become best friends, a friendship that endured through their childhood and into adulthood. The two of them are the glue that holds all of the others together.
When their parents died in a plane crash, Nick and his identical twin, Nate, end up bouncing around foster care, always trying to find a way back together. No one wants two teenage boys, until the night Mama Jean made them a deal they couldn't refuse. Now he has finished college, and is the new baseball coach and teacher at his old high school. Excited to have landed a job so close to his home and responsibilities on the Farm, he arrives ready to help the teenagers he surrounds himself with daily. The last thing he expects is to run into Hope, the girl that had left Mama Jean's program without any explanation years before.
Confederate soldier Elliott Stone made numerous mistakes in his life. When he betrayed his comrades, he was tortured and murdered. For over a century and a half, his only refuge is the sanctuary of the house built where he took his last breath. He was content in his solitude...until she came and disrupted his whole world.
Before her death, Mama Jean, as she was fondly known by the foster children she took in, set in motion the plans for the Hertzel-Mendall Family Farm, a community established to offer homes to families that fostered children. The "farm" offers therapeutic, recreational and many other services all in one place to achieve the best outcomes for children in the foster care system. "Mama" Jean Hertzel fostered teenagers who had run out of options - teens who were considered unadoptable mostly due to their ages but sometimes for other reasons.
With time dwindling on Marjorie's resignation, Sawyer's hiring process hits a snag, and his mother - without his knowledge - sends one of her own people to help out during the transition. The male assistant he was expecting named Alex turns out to be the quick-witted, extremely beautiful female distraction he never knew he needed or wanted on his property. Through a hilarious battle of wits, these two polar opposites will battle each other every step of the way, while learning that sometimes the hardest fought battles lead to the sweetest surrender.
On the verge of graduation from college and acceptance into the Medical School program, she has long since put the mysteries of her birth in the rearview mirror. However, she is tethered to the past by one tiny flaw; she sees, feels, and hears things that aren't real. Her visions have always been a part of her, and learning to cope with them over the years as therapists, medical trials, and even untraditional treatments failed, was just part of life as she knew it. Unfortunately, what was once just a nuisance to her mental state is escalating as each episode becomes more violent, and the visions threaten everything she has worked to accomplish.
Overcoming a history of hard knocks, Jett has made the military his entire life with no room for anything other than his next mission, or anyone outside of his team. Jett is one of the men that served with Bryce Holmes, carrying out covert operations for the military. When Bryce doesn't make it out, Jett and the other two members of the team are tasked with carrying out their most important assignment to date.
Talia and Scarlett are the perfect opposites of each other except for the fact that they are identical twins. Talia is focused and brainy and finds interacting with people strenuous. Scarlett lives life with her arms wide open to each new experience and is the life of every party. They are the perfect foils for each other, weak where the other is strong and vice versa. Unfortunately one of them is fighting a losing battle, and when she makes a request for one final hurrah to finish her bucket list, her sister can't refuse her.
Memories of Holly Woode tells the story of a charming old man as he amusingly describes his perfect "Norman Rockwell" youth. John was a war hero who fished with Hemingway, traveled the globe and married the most beautiful woman in the world: Holly Woode. Young Jill considers her life to be boring and dull. She would rather escape into John’s tales of adventures with his mesmerizing wife Holly than face her own domestic burdens. However, Jill learns that things are not as they appear and soon questions: Who is Holly Woode?