Marrying Daisy Bellamy
Daisy Bellamy has struggled for years between two men, Logan, the handsome steady father of her child, and Julian, the dangerous but adoring adrenaline junkie.
Now busy with a thriving business on Willow Lake, Daisy knows she should be happy with the life she has made for herself and her son. But she still aches for the one thing she can't have until the man once lost to her reappears, resurrected a promise of love. And now the choice Daisy thought was behind her is the hardest one she'll ever face.
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Life, Royal Wedding
"Once upon a time."
In our modern, sophisticated and too often cynical age, it is hard to believe in fairy tales. And yet, we've now witnessed the closest thing ever in history of the ancient British Kingdom to a true Cinderella story. Here comes the bride, lovely Kate Middleton, who was in the cruel parlance of the royals, "a commoner," which is to say, not from the aristocracy. In other words, one of us. She and her gallant prince William, met at university, fell for each other and stayed true to their love through nearly a decade of wilting pressure from all sides. All the while people out there were rooting for them: the millions of people in England and throughout the world who wanted to place a bet on true love and fairy tale ending.
On April 29, we all got our wish.
This then is the story of William and Kate, from birth, their growing up years and the wedding in Westminister Abbey.
One other book I'd like to mention. As you know, I love reading from the Texas Bookshelves -- This one has to do with our area: Old Timers of Wallace Creek, Jym A. Sloan, San Saba, Texas.
Quoting from Mr. Sloan: "When the hand of Destiny created San Saba County, and especially Wallace Creek, He did everything necessary to be done to create a beautiful abounding and abiding country, fair to look upon and lovely in all its appointments. When Divinity finished the work, man, feeble creature that he is, could add nothing to it, could take nothing from it. Her mountains and her vales, her rivers and her springs are there for his use and his benefits, and so her first settlers must have found it a country beyond compare."
Mr. Sloan goes on to write of the early settlers coming in, many staying on to homestead, raise their families in the area. Many names the reader will recognize. So, I challenge the reader to take advantage of the many books in our Texas Bookshelves.
See you at Rylander!
is here to celebrate in a volume you will surely agree is the ultimate wedding album. was there in 1981 when Will's dad, Prince Charles, clasped hands with Lady Diana Spencer in St. Paul's Cathedral. of Prince William and Kate Middleton, Expanded Commerative Edition, April 29, 2011., The Lakeshore Chronicles, Susan Wiggs