C. A. Mack
Paperback: 221 pages
Three Seeds Publishing
Description: It is 1968. Margaret is working in the White House during the tumultuous Vietnam War while the country is still grieving the loss of President Kennedy. The morning after a White House party, she wakes up in a haze of confusing memories. A few weeks later, she realizes she’s pregnant, and her world is shaken.
Decades later, Ananias (Ant) wakes up like it is any other day in his ten-year career as an international closer for a human trafficking syndicate. The deals are extremely profitable, and the ethics are easily overlooked…until now. Haunted by the demons of his profession, Ant is trying his best to avoid the truth and the choices he must make. Through a series of missteps, Ant finds himself in the emergency waiting room of Trinity Hospital in Norfolk, Virginia, his shirt covered in blood.
Wynter, a midwife at Trinity Hospital, passionately cares for her patients and gains a greater love for her career with each baby she delivers. But what she didn’t count on was her marriage getting in the way of her thriving career. Is the marriage worth fighting for?
Choices must be made, and lives changed, as these lives collide in three tales of hope and redemption. If given the choice, how would you choose?
God & Bees
God & Bees
Fiction, Children’s Mystery
Paperback: 266 pages
Publisher: Three Seeds Publishing
IT WAS A
not sharp, and without warning, it stopped. Nine-year-old Lark opened her eyes. A honey bee had landed on her arm. The honey bee cleaned her fuzzy face with her tiny black arms, turned in a slow circle, and then took off toward the hive. First-year beekeeper Lark Oakmyer has been given the rare invitation to join her old friend, W, at his bee yard with thousands of honey bees.
But then, through a series of strange occurrences, Lark, her brothers, and their friends find themselves discovering clues to a bigger mystery than the bees. She soon learns that she has friends in high places and that the wonder of honey bees is more than she could have ever asked or imagined. Through their faith in God (and a bit of help from the bees), they make the impossible, possible.