Summary: Adam is living and working in Paris during the World Exhibition of 1867. He meets a young flower vendor and is immediately smitten. The story is based on the Louis Marie De Schryver painting, La Rue Du Havre. A serial writing challenge done in short chapters. The chapter titles are in alphabetical order. A prequel to For The Love Of Maggie.
Rating: T WC:34378
Summary: It’s been a year since Adam returned to the Ponderosa together with a 12-year old girl that he rescued on his journey. Life is good, but troubles don’t stay away for long. Not only does an old acquaintance cause trouble for Adam, but the presence of Clara’s father still lingers like a black cloud. This is the sequel to ‘The Protector’ but can be read as a stand-alone story.
Rated: K+ (64,572 words)
Summary: A little light summertime story about Adam who isn’t happy with the way his summer is going until he’s faced with robbery and jail. It turns out better than that sounds.
Rating: PG Word Count: 3978
Summary: A sequel to A Twisted Affair, this story shows how Adam faces a complex plot against him that gets more dangerous as each step fails to achieve its objective.
Rating: T Word count: 12,184
The Affair Series, links to all stories included within.
Summary: in a hotel in a small town in California, Adam has an unsettling experience where a woman years earlier suffered a great tragedy.
Rating: T Word count: 1485
Summary: Virginia City is in the middle of a trial for a woman charged with bank robbery, kidnapping and murder. There are two factors whipping the town into a frenzy of activity: If convicted, Jessica Hardy could be the first woman sentenced to hang in the United States. The second part that has left the community in turmoil is that the person she’s accused of kidnapping and murdering, is Adam Cartwright. The story is told from her perspective as she tries to convince the people on the jury that Adam was not the man they thought him to be; a man so tired and hateful of his family that he would use unthinkable methods to get away from them.
Rating: G but with adult themes
Word Count: 12,600
Summary: This is number twelve in the Traci series. A question Adam and Traci have to face is having lost one child, there is the possibility of losing another as their son begins to assert some independence. They must tread a fine line between responsible parenting and smothering, and don’t do that very well at first.
Rating: PG Word count: 7,923
The Traci Series, links to all stories included within.