Between Two Worlds—Book Series

Between Two Worlds, a series about negotiating separate realities, is a family saga that takes us into the world of Agnieszka Halverson and her children Elise and Justin. In three standalone tales of loss, love, second chances, and finding one’s way, three strong women cope with issues contemporary women face. Three love tales with a twist of mystery, the healing power of music, and international political intrigue.

Book 1: Hello, My Love

Hello My Love:
In a modern tale inspired by Jane Austen, Elise tries to reconcile the often clashing demands of a satisfying career and a compelling relationship.

Book 2: Hello Agnieszka

Hello Agnieszka:
Young Agnieszka, immersed in the values and rituals of a Polish culture, learns to balance her roots with mainstream American culture.

Book 3: Welcome Reluctant Stranger

Welcome Reluctant Stranger:
Haunted by a past mysterious to her, Leilani is devastated when she learns why her family fled their privileged Pacific island life without her father. Is he still alive? A hero or a villain? Can she accept him for what he is? And can she reconnect with her roots and be at peace with who she is?


More Books


The Shade Under the Mango Tree
World Literature
The Shade Under the Mango Tree
Breaking out of her safe cocoon, a young woman hungers for adventure. And steps into a world steeped in an ancient culture and a deadly history. Will she leave this world unscathed?

Sugar anand Spice and All Those Lies
Contemporary Women

Sugar and Spice and All Those Lies:
Chanterelles garnished with cream and mayhem. She wants to taste life outside the world she was born into. But can she survive?

Brief Encounters with Solitary Souls
Short stories

Brief Encounters with Solitary Souls:
Life is for each man a solitary cell whose walls are mirrors—Eugene O’Neill

Margaret of the North
Historical Fiction

Margaret of the North:
Can a Victorian feminist tame her man? Margaret faces life in the harsh atmosphere of an industrializing north city. To succeed, she and Thornton must step over the bounds of what society expects in this sequel to Elizabeth Gaskells’s North and South.

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