Up until now, the angels have been kept busy with their goal. Maeve’s self-centered mischief has emphasized her rebelliousness and insincerity. Volume 7 brings out vulnerabilities in all four and extreme risk to two! Keeva experiences a new ‘gift’ of discernment which works to rescue and victory.
Joy Ross Davis has a new volume in the adventures of Angel candidates, Keeva and Maeve laong wit their mentors and instructors. Travel to Maine’s winter country for an elegant tale where good wins!
Joy has taken an incident of the Civil War and given it dramatic color and character.
The double sets of twins from the angelic realm have quite a lovely intrigue to work through at the Owl’s Head Lighthouse which is considered to be haunted by two characters
The divided sisters’ adventures are becoming more profound and stronger. Maeve will learn a true lesson in The Restoration.
Two sisters trying to earn their wings; one more than the other. Mischief may cost one sister her winged future. Martha and Lucille, mentors must get busy!
Joy Ross Davis begins a new series involving her favorite character types, angels. We have twins who are working to earn their wings, but with different personalities and styles.
The inspiration for Cry of Freedom has come from a sense in Murray Pura’s heart that God reigns and tomorrow is in the hands of the angels through the ravages of war and the days that follow.
I could go to the Play House Inn and play house in the kitchen any time! I would let the dog have treats while we wandered from kitchen to attic, ‘petting’ the woodwork.
Joy Ross Davis has given her sweet angel treatment to this story of families in the woes of the Civil War where different opinions and philosophies cost happiness and lives