Dandelions Never Die Book 3

Dandelions Never Die Book 3 : A Place Called Home

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Dandelions Never Die the Series Book 3 of 8, A Place Called Home. Stunned and betrayed by those closest to her, potty mouth Lisa Lewis, begins a mad dash across the country searching for a home she's never known. Near the end of her long journey, on a lonely country road, she brazenly walks right into the middle of Chaz Stewart's cattle crossing and changes both of their lives forever. Chaz Stewart, Iraq veteran and ex-paramedic for the Pine County Fire Department, lives in a world of PTSD hurt. He forces himself to work through the demands of each day, helping his father run the family ranch. Everything changes though, when he comes across a fiery red-head in need of being rescued. In the small town of Pine Forest, Lisa experiences the wonders of home and family for the first time in her life. But somebody in the small town isn't so happy about her arrival. What begins as dangerous pranks turns quickly into life and death struggles and Lisa learns that real families stick together through thick and thin.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 276 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 15mm | 374g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1508680779
  • 9781508680772

About McCartney Green

McCartney Green, sometimes known as "The JOY Lady," is the of author 13 books (so far, ) an inspirational/motivational speaker, a spiritual mentor and life transformation coach. Her books include an epic 8-book romantic action-adventure series called Dandelions Never Die, and several inspirational books about spiritual alignment, making the law of attraction work in our favor, living on purpose, ending racial tensions in America, and finding true unshakeable joy. McCartney Green married young and gave birth to seven beautiful children. Like many women, she lost herself under the labels of wife and mother. Her life took several turns for the worse which ended in an attempted suicide, but then she had a divine intervention and she found herself again when she found writing. "The moment I sat down with a pen and a spiral notebook, I knew I'd found my passion. When I'm writing I'm happy. When I'm writing AND speaking... I'm fulfilled. It is my bliss!" McCartney has seven extremely loving children and thirteen amazing grandchildren, who she says are "her teachers in all things." She lives in the suburbs of Atlanta with her second (and final) husband, where she alternates between writing and "playing in the dirt." She loves to hear from her readers. You may email her at mccartneygreen@gmail.com. Please visit her website at www.mccartneygreen.com or join her on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.show more