Christmas With the Colburns

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    The Land Uncharted
    Available now (Edenbrooke Press)

 
    Lydia Colburn is a young physician dedicated to serving her
village in the Land, an undetectable island in the South Atlantic Ocean. When
Lt. Connor Bradshaw’s parachute carries him from the war engulfing the 2025
world to Lydia’s hidden land, his mission could expose her simple society. As
Connor searches for a way to return to his squadron, his fascination with life
in the Land makes him protective of Lydia and her peaceful homeland, and
Lydia’s attraction to Connor stirs desires she never anticipated. But will they
be able to keep the Land off the radar?

 
    Written like a historical, set like a scifi, and filled with
romance, past and future are woven in this inspirational story of life in a
hidden land.

 
 
    Uncharted Redemption
    Available now (Edenbrooke Press)

 
    Mandy Foster regrets her past. If anyone discovers her
secret, tradition dictates she will be shunned. She’s determined to guard her
heart, even if it means a lifetime alone.

 
    Breaking from the Land’s tradition, carpenter Levi Colburn is
building his house outside the village—across the road from Mandy Foster
to be exact. Though he hopes to marry Mandy someday, she rejected him once and
has been unattainable to every man in the village ever since. When rebels tear
through Good Springs and abduct Mandy, it’s up to Levi to find her. But will
she accept the tender care of the one man who truly loves her?

 
    Book Two in the ground-breaking Uncharted series, Uncharted Redemption weaves dramatic new
layers into life in the Land.

 
 
    Uncharted Inheritance
    Available now (Edenbrooke Press)

 
    Bethany Colburn is finally allowed to court and Everett
Foster is ready to confess his love for her. As the outside world closes in on
the Land, a new man arrives in the village of Good Springs. He brings charm
Bethany has never encountered and illness the Land has never known. While the
medicinal power of the gray leaf tree is put to the test and the Colburn
family’s strength is stretched thin, Bethany must choose between the love of
her life and the intriguing new man. But nothing will matter if the Land is
invaded.

 
    Book Three in the Uncharted series, Uncharted Inheritance weaves heartbreak and hope while delivering
long-awaited answers in this suspenseful story of life in a hidden land.

 
    The Land Uncharted - Chapter One

 
    Lydia Colburn refused to allow a child to bleed to death.
Pulling a sprig of gray tree leaves out of her wind-whipped hair, she rushed
inside the farmhouse and found the injured boy sprawled across the bed exactly
as Mr. McIntosh had said she would. She dropped her medical bag on the floor
beside Mrs. McIntosh, who was holding a blood-soaked rag against young
Matthew’s lower leg.
    Lydia touched Matthew; his skin felt clammy and his breath
came in rapid spurts. “He’s still losing blood. Get the pillows out from under
his head.” She slid her hands beneath his fractured limb and gently lifted it
away from the mattress. “Put them here under his leg.”
    Mrs. McIntosh’s thin hands shook as she moved the pillows. “I
gave him tea from the gray leaf tree as soon as his father brought him in the
house.” Her voice cracked. “I know he doesn’t feel the pain now, but it hurts
me just to look at him.”
    “You did the right thing.” Lydia maintained her professional
tone as she opened her bag and selected several medical instruments. She peeled
back the bloody rag, revealing the fractured bone. Its crisp, white edges
protruded through his torn skin. “You’re going to be all right, Matthew. Do you
feel any pain?”
    “No, but it feels weird. I don’t like it.” His chin quivered
as he spoke. He stared at his mother with swollen eyes.
    Mrs. McIntosh

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