Summary: Abigail Jones always considered herself to be a sensible woman except when it came to Adam Cartwright, her knight in shining armor.
Word Count: 642
Summary: With all his sons home, Ben wanted to spend time with them. Inevitably, stories were told, and the main beneficiary of those was Jamie who learned so much about his family and about life.
Rating: T Word count: 11,420
Summary: In this third story of Adam and Selina, a painful memory from Adam’s past becomes a problem in his life twenty-four years later threatening his family, his business, and his future.
Rating: T Word Count: 14,052
Summary: Ever wonder about the unresolved feelings Adam may have had for Margarita? This is what happened next, years later, because of those feelings and any she may have had.
Rating: T Word count: 9304
Summary: Second in the Adam and Selina series, this is a short story about love and expectations that features conversations among brothers especially one between Adam and Hoss.
Rating = T Word Count = 2106
SUMMARY: For the first time, the four Cartwright brothers meet. It’s a time to get to know one another and for the older brothers to share stories with Jamie so that he can better understand the family members including their father.
Rating: T Word count = 3273
Summary: Adam has been disappointed so often by friends and in romance that it is not surprising that he has lost faith in human nature. Naturally prone to moodiness and introspection, Adam has a disposition that only gets worse until he decides he needs to make a drastic change to free himself from that unpleasant past.
Rating: T Word count: 23,082
Summary: As they return from Boston, Adam and Joe Cartwright plan to defer resolving their differences until they reach home, but that’s going to be a lot longer and harder journey than they could ever imagine.
Word Count: 49,640 words
East, West: Home’s Best Series, links to all stories included within.
Summary: Summary: When an old friend of Ben’s suddenly shows up on his door step, will it mean more heartache for both of them, or will they finally have a chance for love? According to Hop Sing the legend of the Morning Glory hold a clue. Written for the Back to the Future challenge.
Rating; K+, Word Count: 13,044