My daughter, Morgan, wrote and published her first book when she was just 13 years old. She’s now almost seventeen and has published a total of 7 books – including one she wrote as a part of the multi-author Alphabet Bride Series.
All of her books have been professionally edited and formatted, however the story and writing style has all been kept in her own “voice”, without taking anything away from her own writing.
You will be amazed to see the storylines and themes this teenage girl has brought into her books.
THE CARTER SISTERS SERIES
The Wagon - Book 1
After tragedy strikes her family, 18-year old Darlene is left caring for her four younger sisters, facing hardships and struggles that threaten to take everything away from her. After discovering that she has only a few weeks to get the crop off the field to save the family farm, she has to make decisions that will affect them all.
With help from a man she meets along the way, she works to do whatever she can to save her family. She learns to trust, and she finds a strength she never knew she had.
Could she possibly find love during the most difficult time of her life? And, can she save her family from losing everything they have fought so hard to get?
The Barn - Book 2
Can she find forgiveness in her heart?
Still holding onto her anger for past hurts, Adeline struggles after her older sister moves away, leaving her in charge of her younger sisters.
Adeline must find a way to care for her family, while following her own dreams, but what will be the cost? Will her heart be able to forgive her pa, like she so desperately wants, or will it be too late?
Follow Adeline’s story as she finds her true heart’s calling, thanks to a man who has always believed in her.
The Daisy - Book 3
Genevieve is now the oldest sister left at home, caring for her family. However, when her father remarries, bringing a new woman and her children into the home, her life is turned upside down. As she struggles to accept the role her stepmother has taken in the family, she comes face to face with someone from long ago she never thought to see again.
Joel has made mistakes in his life and wants to make things right. After being left to care for his younger siblings when he was still a young man himself, he made some decisions he regrets. When he tries to repay his debt to Genevieve, he realizes he might never be able to get forgiveness from everyone.
What will happen when secrets from the past come to light threatening to tear families and friendships apart?
The Letter - Book 4
Sometimes you have to take a risk to find yourself.
After receiving a letter from her deceased mother, Lydia heads out on her own to the city of Northwood to learn more about the place her mother grew up. Knowing her daughter was shy and reserved, and less likely to take chances and try something new, her mother had left her with tasks that would give her the adventure she deserved.
As she follows the tasks set out in the letter, Lydia meets Oliver, a blacksmith who is living with secrets and shame that he tries to hide.
Along the way, Lydia will find herself while finding a love that gives her everything her mother had always dreamed for her.
The Bakery - Book 5
After witnessing the death of her friend, Hazel is left with pain that threatens to consume her. She goes to Northwood to be with her sister while she heals. When she arrives, she finds work in a bakery in hopes of keeping her mind off the memories that won’t leave her alone.
While she works through the feelings of guilt and anguish that have taken over her life, Hazel finds friendship with the bakery owner’s grandson, who is dealing with burdens of his own.
Is it possible for Hazel to let herself love, even when she doesn’t feel she deserves the chance to be happy?
ALPHABET MAIL ORDER BRIDE SERIES
Harriet has never believed she has anything to offer a man. Knowing she has flaws that might keep anyone from ever loving her, she’s happy to stay at the orphanage where she grew up and where she feels safe. But, when her guardian informs her it’s time to spread her wings and head west with the other girls, Harriet knows it’s time to go. So she agrees to answer an ad for a mail order bride, determined that when she arrives, she will hide her disability from him.
Seeing the heartbreak his brother is going through after his wife dies, Matthew Anderson steps in to help. But he soon realizes his brother’s kids need a mother figure around. Knowing his brother won’t be ready to take another wife so soon, he sends for one for himself to help them all. He has no intention of ever falling in love—not after seeing how much it can hurt. So, he tells the woman who answers his ad right from the start he’s not looking for love.
But when Harriet arrives, he sees a kindness in her that he can’t ignore. She brings a joy to his life he hadn’t even realized was missing. However, she seems to be holding herself back too.
What will happen if Matthew realizes the limitations of his new wife? And can he prove her disability doesn’t lessen the love he feels for her?
LIFE'S A CHANCE SERIES
A Chance to Change
Myra Tiller has worked most of her life in her mother’s cafe in the small frontier town, Burchcreek, Wyoming. With her father working far away, sometimes she wonders whether she has a real family at all. While she enjoys her simple life, she sometimes feels like there is something missing. When tragedy strikes, she begins to understand that sometimes change is inevitable.
Isaiah Colbert has a dark past and he’s afraid the secrets he keeps will destroy everything. Now living only for his little sister, to protect her and give her the life she deserves, he wishes he could erase the mistakes that haunt him.
After a life-altering accident, he offers to help at the cafe with the belief that helping others will lead him to make up for his past mistakes.
While Myra uses the power of her writing to come to terms with the hand life has dealt her, can she also convince Isaiah to forgive himself and move on with his life?
Or, will the past continue to hang over them and threaten to destroy their chance for happiness?