Fields of Gold [NOOK Book]

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Theodore Cooper has admired Rose, the daughter of a rival merchant from afar.
When Theo and Rose travel out of town for supplies – two things loom over them
Death and Love.
What will fate choose?
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Fields of Gold

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Overview

Theodore Cooper has admired Rose, the daughter of a rival merchant from afar.
When Theo and Rose travel out of town for supplies – two things loom over them
Death and Love.
What will fate choose?
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Dawn Ludecke
Fields of Gold is an American Romeo and Juliet in the midst of the Gold Rush in Seattle. Separated by feuding mercantile owners, the two have to find a way to get past the tension in order to be together. Theo has watched Rose working in the mercantile across the way every day since he came to work for his brother's mercantile business. He finally gets the nerve to go across the way and ask her name. When both businesses need to pick up their supplies from Bellingham, they decided to send Theo,
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012874788
  • Publisher: Books to Go Now
  • Publication date: 6/24/2011
  • Series: The Klondike Gold Rush , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 563,478
  • File size: 26 KB

Meet the Author

Jennifer is a internationally published Northwest author who has one novel in print, Kilt by Love, one novella, and 8 short story ebooks
Her novel Shot in the Dark was a finalist in the Emerald City Opener, Cleveland, and Toronto RWA contests.

She is currently the Secretary of the local Romance Writers of America chapter and is honored to have the support of fellow chapter members Debbie Macomber and Cherry Adair.

Jennifer lives in a hundred year old house that she grew up in. Her semi-small town holds an interesting mix of resident hillbillies, yuppies and Navy Seals. And of course Seattle, only a few miles away, is the birthplace of Starbucks. She blows glass beads with a blow torch, (which relieves a lot of stress and people don't bother you).

Jennifer loves to her from her readers at www.jenniferconnerbooks.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2012

    Twoleg of the Clans~ Chapter 1 (Read, Rate, and Review!!!!)

    I wince as beams of golden light seep throuh my eyelids. Someone had opened the curtains. Hoping not to be blinded by the sun, I opened my eyes to see my little sister, Tari, her grinning, dimpled face illumintated in the morning light.
    "Breakfast time!" the seven-year-old chirruped in her usual animated way. With a smile, she added, "You better hurry, or else I'll eat all of your food, too!"
    "I doubt that," I reply, playfully tousling her burnt chestnut hair. Finally, desipte my tired muscles groaning in protest, I pull myself out of bed and walk downstairs. The delicious smell of scrambled eggs and fried bacon reached my nose, and before I knew it, my mouth started to water.
    As I sat down to breakfast, my mother suddenly groaned. "Why can't you two learn how to wash your faces and brush your hair before you come down to breakfast? Go to the bathroom now!"
    I looked at Tari, who just smiled, and said, "You first!"
    I sighed and walked into the bathroom. I blinked as I looked at myself in the mirror. My hair was a mess. I grabbed the brush.
    My mother and all of her friends said I looked just like my father- tanned skin, dark brown hair, black eyes. The only difference were the dimples, wheras I almost don't have any at all, while his were visible when he even had the smallest smile on his face.
    Father. I frowned at the word as I pinned my long hair into a ponytail and advanced onto washing my face. My mother said he had went on a hunting expedition when I was just a month old, and never came back. She presumed he had been mauled by a bear. Because of my young age when he died, I didn't remember anything about him, let alone know anything about him. My mother isn't that much help. She never spoke of him again after I asked that sacred question.
    After two more minutes of washing my face, I walked back out, where my mother was smothering toast with butter and strawberry jam. "Good job, Caitlyn," she said without looking away. She then glanced at Tari, who sighed and walked into the bathroom.
    My mother put the toast on a plate and walked toward the table. As I saw her walking, I decided to ask her a question that had been bugging me for a long time.
    "Mom, why don't we get any pets?"
    I watched as she stiffened, nearly dropping her toast. She turned toward me, her eyes as large as a deer's caught in floodlights.
    "Um, well, you- Tari's allergic of fur, you see, and-"
    "Huh?" Tari was skipping back into the kitchen, and heard my mother.
    "Nothing, dear," my mother stammered. I looked at her face, thinking it would reveal something, but they seemed to be deviod of emotion. "Just-eat breakfast."
    I sighed, and ate some of the food. It was good. But then a thought came to me. If Mom didn't have any pets since Dad disappeared, and Tari wasn't born then, how could she know that Tari was allergic to fur? And why did she never talk about my father? I had to think about that.
    "I'm going outside," I announced, and without waiting for an answer, went out the back door onto the patio. A cat was there, a black cat. He was very muscular, and had no collar, so he probably wasn't a house cat. He stared at me with his intense green eyes, and our eyes locked.
    I heard my mother scream, and I turned around. Her hands met the collar of my shirt. "Don't you ever, EVER, look at that cat again. If you see him, tell me. Do you understand?"
    I nodded, scared, and ran inside.
    Little did I know, that was just the beginning of my journey.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2013

    Stormblaze's Promise (prt.2)

    Stormblaze! Stormblaze! *Furyheart whispered harshly* Wh-what? *Stormblaze mumbled as she swept her paw over her eyes* Come on! Wake up! *Furyheart said urgently* Aren't you supposed to be sitting awake in camp? Besides, it doesn't look like morning yet! *Stormblaze complained* Dawn patrol mousebrain! *Furyheart hissed with amusement dancing in his eyes* I honestly think you should keep to being a kit! *Fryheart teased* Be quiet, you might wake Soulfire. *Stormblaze pointed her tail at her sleeping sister where Furyheart's paw was a mouse-tail away from her muzzle* Oops. *Furyheart whispered* Smoothpebble! *she whispered to her mate as she poked him in the ribs* Huh, What's going on? *he growled under his breath* Dawn patrol. *Stormblaze purred to her mate* But-but i just got to sleep! *he protested* Come on. *Stormblaze mewed as she shook her head* Last person to wake up. *she murmered to herself* Winterbreeze! Wake up! Dawn patrol! *she mewed quietly to Furyheart's mate* Hmmm? *Winterbreeze moaned softly as she got up and shook her pelt* Everyone ready to go? *Stormblaze mewed* Wait! *Amberleaf was rushing up to them* Oh no, Amberleaf, the boaster, the king of the world, and a drama-queen! *Stormblaze thought timidly* I want to go with you to make sure nothing bad happens. *Amberleaf purred and smirked at her* *Stormblaze just gritted her teeth and mewed* Doesn't Acorntail need you since she is expecting your kits due today?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2012

    L&K

    Stormheart!! Mosstail!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2012

    To the author of Thunderclaw's Story

    Your story is very....interesting. But you are forgeting a lot of things. Has any cat in the Clans, even FIRESTAR ever killed a badger? No. Kits cannot kill badgers. Anither thing. You do not eat the badger. StarClan would not like it if you let food go to waste. Imagine a starving Clan, barely surviving leaf-bare on honey and nettle. You eat the badger and discard the remains, which could feed the whole Clan for days. It makes me sick.
    ~Mudfoot of AquaClan

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2012

    The wind; The shadow; and the fire chapter one

    On a gloomy day, 3 kits were born. Shadowkit: a smoky grey tom with storm grey eyes. The shadow. Blowkit: A sliver shecat with purpleish blueish eyes. The wind. Firekit: a orange tom with brown eyes. The fire. There mother: Slystar; leader of Leafclan; A white shecat with brown eyes and white wings; was good. She died because of food poisoning the father; Viperclaw; had posion in a Twolegs trash; he gave it to her in a mouse. She died and Viperclaw became leader. He turned the clan to Evil within. Shadowkit did what his father said so; but Blowkit and Firekit did not. They ran away from him. And found. Shineclan. There the leader, Shinestar took them. She took care intill they were 12 moon and turned to Blowturn and Firebreak....(read the next chapter in ther 3rd reslut)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2012

    Mudshadows path!!!

    I know my series is not here. Its at mudshadow first result! Second result is for questions. Chapter 2 was released today! :D chapter 1 was just mudkit and featherkit becomeing apprentices. Ok. Go! Go! Go! Read chapter 2 at mudshadow first result!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2012

    Darkdream's Twisted Past (Chapter 1)

    "Momma? Have you seen Coalkit? We were playing Hide-and-Go-Seek, but I can't find him!" Darkkit squeaked. Rainheart's whisker's twitched in amusement, "Where have you looked?" She asked. "I looked in all the caves, but not Moonstar's den." Darkkit meowed. Rain heart nodded, "Then look there!" She purred. Darkkit nodded then scrambled out of the Nursery. Rainheart purred and looked behind her, "You may come out now, Coalkit." She whispered. A small jet-black tom with a dark gray paw and amber eyes crawled out from behind the nest. "Thank you Momma!" He squeaked. ~~~ Darkkit climbed up the small slope leading into the leader's den. "Moonstar?" She squeaked. "Come in, little one." A voice meowed. Darkkit padded in the den to be greeted by a beautiful white she-cat with blue eyes and gold flecks on her paws. "Do you need anything?" She asked. Darkkit nodded, "Have you seen Coalkit?" She asked. Moonstar shook her head, "I'm afraid I haven't." She meowed. Darkkit's tail drooped. "Okay.." She meowed, padding out of the den. (Done :D It would be longer, but I'm really tired.. Please tell me if I should continue!)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2012

    The Virus

    It started four months. People were getting sick, and nobody knew what the virus was. They tried nearly everything. But then people started dying. Mass numbers of those infected with the virus died. Nobody survives the virus. It only took a month for the virus to infect North America. It was only a matter of days before the dead began rising. The rotting and foul corpses shambled through the streets, eating anything with a heart beating. There is no hope. Not when you have to put a bullet through your dear grandma's head to stop her from eating your arm. (This was the prologue. Tell me how you liked it! Just say 'To Geckoleaf')

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2012

    To dauntless

    Great!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2012

    After the War chaper two. Read 'n Rate

    Lionblaze opened his eyes tiredly. He yawned and climbed relucntly out of camp. It was another normal day for ThunderClan. He looked at Jayfeather. He was speaking with another cat. Lionblaze jumped quietly into the bushes. Warm breezees warmed his fur. Flowers sprouted from the bushes that hid him well. "Are sure your right?" Jayfeather d asked uneasily. "We're perfectly sure" another voce replied. "It's not the first time you been wrong" Jayfeather meowed. He must mean Hollyleaf Lionblaze thought. Their sister was once thought to be one of the Three. She was trapped in tunnels and thought dead. But Hollyleaf was killed in the Great Battle. "Jayfeather, trust us" the voice pleaded. Lionblaze crepped forward, careful not to be heard. "I will always tru-" Jayfeather stopped. "We're being watched. We will speak later". Lionblaze started to walk back carefuly. Jayfeather knew! Whatever it was Lionblaze wanted to know. "Thats why you spied me" Jayfeather meowed. "I-I-I" Lionblaze stuttered. "There you are!" A voice called. It was Squirrelflight, the Deputy. "You're needed for a patrol. A border patrol for ShadowClan. Their sticking their noses at the border. Cinderheart Berrynose and Dovewing are waiting for you" she meowed. Lionblaze nodded, "see ya later Jayfeather, I guess" Lionblaze meowed to Jayfeather. He just grumbled something and left. ***. Lionblaze sniffed the sweet air. He was nearing ShadowClans' border. "How does anyone survive living with this stench!" Berrynose asked, clearly disguseted. "They probably got used to it" Cinderheart replied. "I would never!" Dovewing meowed. Lionblaze led up. He sniffed something. The border was on the grassy field. "Hey!" Lionblaze yelled. Two ShadowClan cats looked at them. Tigerheart and Boulder. "This is ThunderClan territory. Get off". Berrynose jumped up. "Or we will fight" Berrynose hissed. "Are you sure you want to" Boulder asked smugly. Tigerheart stared at Dovewing with cold eyes. Whats with them? Lionblaze wondered. "I'm gonna wipe that smug look off your face!" Berrynos growled. "Berrynose!" Lionboaze yelled. Berrynose turned, "we need to get them off-". "Get back! I wil handdle this myself" Lionblaze ordered. "But-" "not buts". Berrynose turnd and walked back to the others. Lionblaze walked forward. "This is Thu-" he began. "Not anymore halfclan" Boulder snarled. "Well you're a kittypet!" Dovewing shoot back. "Dovewing!" Cinderheart gasped. Boulder leaped at her and clawed her face. She sqiremed under his paws. "What did you call me" he snarled. Dovewing struggled more. Lionblaze leaped at him and twisted under his belly. Boulder laid down, but rolled over as Lionblaze pulled his forepaws. Boulder scrammbled up and ran. "Are you okay" Lionblaze asked. "Y-yea" Dovewing replied. "How did you- I mean would you know that" Cinderheart asked. "It doesn't matter. As long as we're safe" Lionblaze quickly meowed. The patrol set the borders ad begun to set home. Lionblaze knew taking te grassy field back was a bad move. It was never any use. Could this field perhapes turn into somwthing like Sunning stones in the old forest as a endless qurrel for who owns it?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2013

    WANNA READ A STORY?

    About kids with powers over the weather? Even if you don't, check it out at qr, I repeat, qr all results. Some books don't have chapters because I couldn't post in those books. Feel free to read, comment, and most importantly, enjoy the story. New chapters will be made every day, most ending with a cliff hanger!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2012

    Camostar's story:A New Beginning

    "Rise and shine,Camokit," exclaimed Rosepetal,Camokit's adoptive mother,"Tonight you're becoming an apprentice!" It has been about 6 moons since Camokit arrived at Serpentclan. He has meet many friends,Indigokit,Orangekit,and Scarletkit,and foes,Ocelotkit,Bloodkit,Daggerkit,and Fangkit,in his new home. Camokit also has been reunited with his brother,Turquiosekit,and sisters,Violetkit and Amberkit. Meanwhile, the Serpentclan Ancient Counsel,or the S.A.C. for short,had a meeting about a vision the medicine cat,Seasalt,had. Seasalt said"A rainbow will be formed by seven pelts,Camo,Scarlet,Amber,Turquiose,Indigo,Orange,and Violet. The rainbow will combat the darkness formed by the Ocelot and his forces. Blood will rule from sea to sea,but the rainbow will be the victor.". . .~Jaggedtail(please give me feed back for the story)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2012

    DragonClans story vhapter 2.

    The full moon shone down on the on the cold sparkling snow. It glittered like diamonds and it was so cold that every animal in the forest was in their nests and dens,all except 4 groups of cats. Each group was small and the cats scrawny and hungry. That winter had been very cold and harsh for all 4 clans. Dragonstar along with Dragonflywing Windwhisper Bladefang and Shadowflight arrived first with PhoenixClan not far behind. LeafClan and TreeClan came at the same time. All the leaders jumped up on a tree. Dragonstar jumped the highest and thus started the Gathering. As all the cats started settling down he yowled loudly to let everyone know the Gathering had begun. "Is everyone ready to start the Gathering?" Greenstar asked. All the leaders nodded and Dragonstar stepped forward and said. "StarClan has blessed us. Prey is not running as well as it usally is but it is improving each day. Soon Haypaw and Honeypaw will be warriors and im glad they recovered from a short bout of whitecough soon enough to get here. Featherflight will soon have her kits and that is all i have to say. Flamestar?" Flamestar nodded and said. "We have the same the report as Dragonclan does. Prey is slowly increasing and Sparkfur will soon have her kits and aprentices will soon be warriors. Greenstar?" Greenstar nodded and said. "Prey is low but it is increasing gradully. We hope the weather will warm up a little more so that the snow melts off the trees and once again we can hunt in the shortest branches. That is all i have to say. Pinestar?" Pinestar nodded. Of all the clans,TreeClan seemed most affected by hunger. All of them were skinny with thin pelts and their ribs poking out. Pinestars voice shook as he said exaustedly. "TreeClan is dieing. We barely catch 1 peice of prey a day though we send out 10 hunting patrols. We share what we have as well as we can but we are starving!! We have tried everything but now this is my last option and i do it with as much pride as i can scrape up. Dragonstar Flamestar ad Greenstar prey is not running well for you either but please could you spare at least a few peices of prey for us? My warriors and aprentices die from sickness and hunger and if we dont get help soon then TreeClan will be no more...

    By Lilyfang
    Should i continue? Does it sound like a Warriors book? Do you like it?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2012

    Dauntless

    Chapter 1
    My mother is skinning and cooking the squirrel. Lark is playing with her skinny black-and-white cat, Cookie, while Jay, Finnick, and I watch.
    "Terran, come here! I need you to go to the Gray Wolf Market for me." My mother calls. I walk in to the tiny kitchen. She sighs at the sight of me. "Oh, look at your hair!" She groans, then pulls me to the cracked mirror that hangs on the wall. I stare at myself. Long, straight blond hair. Sea green eyes, tan skin. I'm taller than my mother, but not THAT tall.
    My mother braids my hair down my back. "Here. Go sell this. Take Finnick with you. Please be careful." She pleads, then drops the squirrel pelt, a rabbit pelt, and some of Lark's clothes she'd outgrown. I turn and walk out without answering. "Finnick, I'm going to the Gray Wolf. You want to come?" I ask.
    "Sure." He says, and follows me. I look back at the house one last time. Then I take a deep breath, and turn toward the Gray Wolf. "I'm sorry, Lark." I whisper.
    "What's the matter? I thought you wanted this." Finnick says. I glance at him. Bronze hair, tan, and eyes the color of the sea.
    "I...I do." I reply.
    "So what's wrong?" He presses.
    "I thought we were waiting until tonight." I admit.
    "We can, but you better get me." Finnick says, smiling.
    "Maybe." I tease, and open the door to the Gray Wolf. We walk inside to vendors selling little things, young people like us weaving around selling things. I walk over to the old man standing behind a small wooden counter.
    "Hi, Dard. We have some stuff for you." I say to him, dropping the pelts and clothes for him to inspect. He drops a few coins in my hand. I nod my thanks and buy an onion from him. Then I spot something. A ball of rosy pink yarn.
    "Can I have that?" I ask, pointing at it. Dard nods. I slide a few coins to him and leave. 'Lark will love this.' I think. But it won't make her forgive me for leaving her alone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2012

    Plz read my series!

    The first chapters in the coming storm result one! Plz read and rate!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2012

    Thunderclaw's story part two part three in next book

    Thunderkit started to get hungry. But there was no forestation to be seen. Thunderkit then met a badger. The badger wanted bloodspill. The badger winded up dead. Thunderkit started to eat the badger when he saw a figure moving toward him. He thought, Not again!. He got up, alerted. "Who's out there?" He called. No reply. The figure kept moving closer and closer, centimeter by centimeter, to Thunderkit. The figure took the shape of a cat. 30 yards away....29..28..27.. then the figure stopped. Thunderkit called out to it. No reply. It started moving again. 26 yards away.... 25.... and kept coming until it got 5 yards away from Thunderkit. Thunderkit took the badger with him to go meet the figure. The figure got in a battle stance. The figure was rather small. He then saw it clearly. It was one of his littermates!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2012

    Silver one

    Next book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2012

    To darkdreams twisted path auther

    Continue pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase(50¿) I love you storys

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2012

    IMPORTANT

    Go to true story result one to read a one part story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2012

    Mossstar's story chapter three

    "Thanks,"Mosspaw purred.Stormpaw twined his tail with hers and they sat there for awile longer,chatting.
    Later...
    "Let all cat old enough to catch their own prey gather beneath the Smoothcliff!Mosspaw and Stormpaw fought well today.They are ready to be warriors.Stormpaw,you you promise to uphold the warrior code and protect this clan even at the cost of your life?""I do.""Then by the powers of starclan,I give you your warrior name.Stormpaw,from this day forward you shall be known as Stormheart!""Stormheart!"the clan cheered.Mosspaw's cheer was the loudest."Mosspaw,do you promise to uphold the warrior code and protect this clan even at the cost of your life?""I do.""Then by the powers of StarclanI give you your warrior name.Mosspaw,from this day forward you shall be known as Mosstail .""Mosstail!Mosstail!"Stormheart walked over to Mosstail...end of chapter three.sorry its so short.My nook battery is low.

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