Maggie is a complex character. Her father is obviously resentful to her, blaming her for the death of her wife. Emotionally abandoned, misunderstood, lonely and introverted, this sweet lady focuses her heart and kindness on saving those animals.
The idea for the plot line in Children of the Enemy originated from an article I read in a Detroit newspaper that stated: Detroit Police only solve one-third of the homicides committed in the city.
Maggie Elizabeth is a 13-year-old girl living in a Mining Town in rural Michigan in the 1890s and she will do anything to save a pack of wolf cubs
Neko is back in the game and going strong! Today I am bringing you another Review Request this time by D. J. Swykert about growing up, learning to control your life, furry animals, and death. Lots of death. But don’t let that stop you from checking it out! And as always SPOILERS ahead amigos!
Alpha Wolves is a touching and memorable historical romance novel and second of the Maggie Elizabeth Harrington Books written by D.J. Swykert. Maggie Elizabeth Harrington is guilty. She is guilty for being happy over the funeral of James Stetter, the person who sent away Tommie, the love of her life.