I, Joey Michaels, am the Pillow Fight Professional. Basically this means I’m training a bunch of my sister’s friends to hold their own against older siblings. Unfortunately, when the girls win a pillow fight at an overnighter, those older siblings aren’t very happy with me. I’m forced to plan a pillow fight to end all pillow fights. Me and the girls against aPillow Fight Front Cover bunch of bigger boys.
Winning the pillow fight would be a lot easier without the following three problems:
Twenty-two-year-old Claire Murray has suffered from a mysterious disease for years. Her social circle has To Dance with Dolphins Front Cover (2)shrunk to a small support group for people with chronic illness and disability. But what if life could be about more than doctors, pain, and medications?Read More
Susan Quinn, a social worker turned surrogate mom to foster teens, fights to save the group home she’s worked hard to build. But now, she faces a dwindling staff, foreclosure, and old heartaches that won’t stay buried. Her only hope lies with the last person she’d ever turn to—a brawny handyman with a guitar, a questionable past, and a God he keeps calling Father.Read More
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