When Hummers Dream

A Kindle best-seller (over 15,000 downloaded)

Winner: USA Book News Best Book Awards (Short Story)
Nominated: Global E-Book Awards

The Prequel to Book One

Can a hummingbird dream? Artist Miranda Jones thinks so. Sensing the tiny injured bird that wings its way into her world still lives, she paints the creature’s dream-garden and seems to reach into his very heart. She reached into her own heart to create a new life for herself in Milford-Haven.

She loves her new hometown set within the undiscovered beauty of California’s Central Coast. One of her dear friends is environmentalist Samantha Hugo — a brilliant PhD twenty years her senior who gave up a son years earlier. Another is Sally O’Mally — a local business owner who has also started a new chapter of life.

The locals have respect for the native fauna and flora. Why do the tourists have to come and spoil it? Of course, it’s their seasonal visits that fuel the town’s economy for the whole year, so she shouldn’t be complaining. But where’s their respect for the local wildlife and the blissful quiet of the peaceful Central Coast?

Hummingbirds make Milford-Haven their summer home, spinning through the lush local gardens and sipping ambrosia from a multitude of flowers. Miranda visits her favorite garden to create her latest watercolor, but finds a close encounter with a tiny bird changes everything…

Though the e-book stands alone, it also introduces Book 1 of the Milford-Haven Novels, the critically acclaimed, popular series, a multi-generational saga. Based on Purl’s BBC Radio drama Milford-Haven U.S.A.

Don’t miss the story before the story . . .
the short story that happens right before Book One, What the Heart Knows.