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I think most writers have a little writing buddy, especially if they write full time. It’s nice to have a bit of company around while you’re writing–the kind of company that is incapable of reading over your shoulder. 😉

My little buddy is my Quaker parrot, Pichu. He’s adorable, and very cuddly.  (At least now he is, after we’ve had him for over a year. He’s really gotten snuggly in that time.) I took a couple of pictures while he was checking out my teacup. He was hopeful that there was something in there for him. (There wasn’t.)

 

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But I just love this little guy! He’s so full of personality, and there is nothing quite so cozy as a fluffed up bird sitting on your arm while you type. 🙂

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Overwhelmed by grief and tending twin baby daughters, Rosmanda Lapp is without options. She still blames her brother-in-law, Levi, for her husband’s accidental death—but she and her aging in-laws need him to keep their farm going. Yet as Levi takes on his responsibilities with a new determination and steadiness, she can’t help but regret that she chose his serious-minded brother over him. For Levi is still very much the passionate man she loved—and Rosmanda now has even more reasons to keep him at arm’s length . . .

Levi can’t blame Rosmanda for staying clear of him. He has mistakes to make up for and must finally do right by his parents. Still, he never got over his brother stealing Rosmanda away. And he can’t  deny the feelings that even now tempt them back to each other. And when a mistake from her past threatens her reputation, Levi will do whatever it takes to help her—and trust that faith and courage will at last help them claim a future together . . .