When two dolphin lovers, Zeeep and Eeeoo—vowing to be together forever —lose their lives in a poacher’s snare, they learn their next lives will be on land: Eeeoo becomes Sabrina, a comatose little girl in Montreal, Canada and Zeeep becomes Xico, a flea-ridden dog in a tiny village in Brazil. It seems the two will never be together but the magic of fate relies on a higher knowing. This crossover novel leads the reader on adventures with Xico the dog through mystical travels visiting Otherworldly dimensions, learning the world of healing. The two lovers eventually reunite in Brazil where a famous shaman and psychic surgeon lives. When they meet again, Xico has learned to be a medium and is helping the shaman. He lovingly helps to initiate the healing of Sabrina. When Sabrina’s desperate mother steals Xico and takes him to Canada to be with her daughter, the Brazilian villagers rally together to get their “healing dog” back so he can do his God-given job.
Now in one volume, both Kingston Sisters novellas: Nashville Fling (Emily's Story) and Nashville Flirt (Sarah's version of the story). Nashville Fling When Emily Kingston wins a date with country music hunk Bo Branson from a Nashville radio station, she knows it's meant to be. But when she and her sister, Sarah, arrive in Nashville for the big weekend, it doesn't quite work out as she planned. The date isn't really a date--it's an extended meet-and-greet for four: Bo, Emily, Sarah and Sean, the cute but annoying promotions guy from the radio station. To make matters worse, Bo only has eyes for Sarah, when Emily is the one he's supposed to be wining and dining! Emily enlists Sean to help her win Bo's attention, but Sean has a secret crush of his own. Nashville Flirt Country music star Bo Branson is exactly the kind of man Sarah Kingston doesn't want in her life. Sure, he's sexy, charming and surprisingly sweet when he wants to be. But he's a no-plans, no-responsibility, no-regrets kind of guy. Besides, Sarah's sister, Emily, is already half in love with him. There are a million reasons to say no to Bo...and only one reason to say yes.