Raven's Call: 08/11/2011

Raven's Call: 08/11/2011

by Mary Lee Peck
     
 
Country singer, Jan Taylor, struggles to find a meaningful balance between her love of music and her life on her Texas ranch with her sisters and her majestic stallion, Raven. When she meets Brett Kendall, a wealthy rancher and entrepreneur, at the AQHA World Show in Oklahoma, her life becomes even more complex. The three Taylor sister's experience the thrill of

Overview

Country singer, Jan Taylor, struggles to find a meaningful balance between her love of music and her life on her Texas ranch with her sisters and her majestic stallion, Raven. When she meets Brett Kendall, a wealthy rancher and entrepreneur, at the AQHA World Show in Oklahoma, her life becomes even more complex. The three Taylor sister's experience the thrill of romance, the sorrow and fear of tragedy, and the anger of injustice as they struggle to hold on to the ranch they love in an economy that threatens the lifestyle and friendships they treasure. Through all the trials and confusion that life provides, Jan finds strength and hope in the majesty of her black stallion. Romance, intrigue, and the complexities of life combine to make Raven's Call an exciting and heartwarming story.

Raven's Call is the first of several books in this series of stories about the quest of Jan and Raven to demonstrate the power of determination. The second book, Raven's Son, will be released in 2012.

Mary Lee Peck has proven her ability as an outstanding story teller through her insights into memorable characters as they deal with the challenges of love and survival in the complex world.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781931365130
Publisher:
Reading Research Institute
Publication date:
08/11/2011
Pages:
220
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
13 Years

Meet the Author

Dr. Mary Lee Peck is the author of several contemporary novels including The Mansion, Raven's Call, and Breakfast with Friends. She is a natural storyteller who creates characters that live in the hearts and minds of readers long after they have finished reading. Her stories are about meaningful life experiences that mirror reality and that entertain and enlighten. Intrigue and mystery are consistently interwoven with humor and compassion in each of her books. Although her stories are infused with temptation and character missteps, goodness always triumphs over evil because that is the way she likes it. She believes that fictional reading should provide a pleasurable experience that not only entertains but also uplifts and builds character.

In Raven's Call, she draws on her personal experience and love for horses. She and her husband raised their two sons on a small horse farm in Ohio. Through her experience as a teacher and a 4H advisor, she provided the opportunity for children from the city to experience country living and the thrill of competing in the show ring with horses she provided for them.

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