“Death and the Dryad”
in Martini Madness
by *lizzie starr
What’s Death to do when a dryad appears at his gate without her soul? She can’t move on, nor go back. Will Death find a place for her–at his side?
by Cheryl St.John
Charlie McGraw never should have bought the angel book for his precocious daughter. Because then Meredith wouldn’t be convinced that getting a new mommy was as simple as having an “angel” sprinkle him with her “miracle dust.” And she never would have believed the beautiful blond-haired woman who drove a truck called the “Silver Angel” was some treetop angel come to life.
Starla Richards was no angel. But try telling that to a five-year-old who was so starved for a mother’s love that she’d stowed away on Starla’s rig. Or convincing herself that miracles just didn’t happen to ordinary people when Starla found herself snowbound with a handsome, caring widower and his adorable daughter…
Revised for the Heartwarming line from a previous SIM edition, Charlie’s Angels.