6 People and pets find their forever homes in this charming small-town romance
Coming Home to Magnolia Bay
Welcome to Magnolia Bay Book 3
by Babette De Jongh
Genre: Small Town Contemporary Romance
People and pets find their forever homes in this charming small-town romance from Babette de Jongh featuring:
*A single mom doing her best
*Her young son who needs a helping hand
*An animal trainer who might be the answer to their troubles
*A bustling animal rescue where everyone gets a second chance
*The magic of humans who know how to communicate with animals
Animal Trainer Justin Reed comes back home to Magnolia Bay and visits the shelter to find a dog actor for a TV series set in nearby New Orleans. Justin chooses Jett, but the shelter’s director rejects his application because Jett needs a finally-forever home, not a job with an end date. The shelter’s resident animal communicator proposes a win-win. Justin can use Jett as an animal actor if he also trains Jett as a service dog for Max.
Sara and Justin have no business indulging their mutual attraction. Sara is focused on her son, and Justin will be leaving soon. But Max and Jett have other ideas…
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Magnolia Bay Memories
Welcome to Magnolia Bay Book 2
Warm Nights in Magnolia Bay
Welcome to Magnolia Bay Book 1
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Hear Them Speak
A Twelve-Week Course in Telepathic Animal Communication
by Babette de Jongh
Genre: Nonfiction, Pets, Animal Communication
Would you like to know what your animal companion is really thinking? If you’re holding this book, the ability is literally within your grasp. Hear Them Speak is an engaging and easy-to-follow twelve week course that guides you through the process of discovering your own superpowers of telepathic animal communication. With real-life examples to increase understanding and tasks to help you practice your emerging skills, animal communicator Babette de Jongh walks you through every step of the journey to claim your innate ability to hear them speak.
Meet the animals that inspired characters in the Welcome to Magnolia Bay Series!
Book Two: Magnolia Bay Memories:
This is a picture of my cat Glenn, the inspiration for the cat character Winky in Magnolia Bay Memories.
Glenn is named after the character in The Walking Dead because he’s sweet but tough. We found Glenn three days into a road trip to meet friends for a vacation in the Florida Keys. A neuter-release feral cat with a clipped ear and a long-healed broken jaw that was visible even from a distance, he was begging for food on a restaurant patio in Key Largo. He wouldn’t let me pick him up, but he did let me pet him, and I could feel his skin peppered with scabs from cat-fight wounds. I ordered something just for him, and while he ate, I asked him telepathically if he wanted to come and live with us, where he would never be hungry again. “I’ll think about it,” he answered. He wasn’t sure he could trust us. We were only in the beginning of a two-week trip, so I told him that if he decided to come home with us, we’d swing past the restaurant on our way back to pick him up. During our vacation, I checked in with him telepathically every day, showing him images of what life would be like with us. He almost said no because of our dogs, but I assured him that our dogs were friendly and wouldn’t harm him. On our way back home, we had to overshoot the restaurant by an hour to take our friends to the Miami airport, and we had made plans to meet friends for dinner, a few hours north in Tallahassee. My husband was willing to add two hours to our trip to please me, but with his scientific/physicist background, he needed assurance that we weren’t wasting our time. “Are you sure he’ll be there if we double back to get him?” I asked Glenn for assurance, and he promised that if we came back for him, he’d be waiting. And he was, curled up in a chair at the table where we’d sat two weeks before. He allowed me to pick him up and carry him to the car, and after a three-day drive home, he settled in and became part of the family (even though after several years, the dogs are still scared to get too close to him).
Babette de Jongh is a telepathic animal communicator, energy healer, Reiki Master, and award-winning romance writer who has taught ballet, yoga, elementary school, and animal communication. Whether it involves a happy-ending romance, a way of self-nurturing, or help in understanding our companions, the cohesive thread that ties all these things together is a desire to save the world, one happy ending at a time.
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