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Grace and Susannah have grown up to be as opposite as sisters can be. Grace is smart, successful, and happily married—but the one thing missing from her seemingly perfect life is the baby she’s unable to conceive. Beautiful Susannah is like a car crash in motion: Always in trouble, she’s been estranged from the family since abandoning her two sons from a disastrous early marriage. When their mother falls suddenly and seriously ill, Grace reluctantly calls Susannah back home. As the two sisters try to repair their relationship, Grace realizes that Susannah might be the answer to her prayers: Her sister is willing to be her surrogate, to give birth to Grace’s longed-for baby. But when Susannah makes a reckless choice that threatens her life and the baby’s, how far will Grace go to save her sister if it means losing the one thing she wants most? From the Trade Paperback edition.
*HA02, Departures: A Reader for Developing Writers, Randall L. Popken, Alice A. Newsome, M. Lanell Gonzales(all of Tarleton State University), H6249-0, 350 pp., 6 x 9, 0-205-16249-5, paperbound, 1995, $16.50nk, October*/Departures offers developmental writers a fresh, unique anthology to complement their writing courses. The readings are drawn exclusively from popular media and are chosen for their ability to interest students. Departures examines questions of immediate importance in modern American life, choosing topics that also have academic significance.
Passion, danger, and the mysteries of the human heart--Janelle Taylor explores them all in her breathtaking bestsellers. In her latest novel of romantic suspense, a struggling young mother inherits a fortune--and becomes the target of a deadly obsession. . . Someone's Watching. . . Amanda Sedgwick never wanted anything from her rich father except love, but William Sedgwick gave her nothing during his lifetime. Now that he's dead, everything has changed. Overnight, Amanda goes from being a single mom with a dead-end job that barely covers the rent to a fabulously wealthy heiress. Her inheritance comes with several conditions, however, one of which is the man who will be making sure she follows her father's eccentric rules to the letter. . . And It's Not Who She Thinks. Ethan Black isn't happy about what William Sedgwick asked him to do--but he owes the old man his life, literally. Playing babysitter to a young woman who barely knew her father when he was alive is hardly what he had in mind, but Amanda is far from the gold-digging brat Ethan expected. Falling in love definitely wasn't in his job description--nor was putting his life on the line when it becomes terrifyingly clear that he isn't the only one watching Amanda. . .
Here is a truth that can’t be escaped: for Mia ‘Rabbit’ Hayes, life is coming to an end . . . Rabbit Hayes loves her life, ordinary as it is, and the extraordinary people in it. She loves her spirited daughter, Juliet; her colourful, unruly family; the only man in her big heart, Johnny Faye. But it turns out the world has other plans for Rabbit, and she’s OK with that. Because she has plans for the world too, and only a handful of days left to make them happen. Here is a truth that won’t be forgotten: this is a story about laughing through life’s surprises and finding the joy in every moment. Praise for Anna McPartlin: 'What a beautiful book. I cried and smiled my way through' Jane Green 'I loved the clear, elegant prose, the feisty characters and the sparkling dialogue' Susan Elliot Wright 'A delightful roller-coaster ride of emotion' Sunday Independent 'Buy a packet (or box) of tissues and settle down with this wonderful story' Heat Magazine The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes is a Richard and Judy recommended read, and a Simon Mayo Book Club pick.
This is a book of deep soul searching poems that will allow you to see who and where you are in life. It will help you to find your place and recognize the areas in your life that needs attention and also help you to address them. It allows you to see what to expect in a healthy as-well-as an unhealthy relationship.
“An excellent novel. A lovely and moving portrait of society’s outcasts…affirms the essential humanity of its poor and stubborn residents, for whom each day of survival is a victory” (The New York Times Book Review). Set on the high ground at the heart of Cape Ann, the village of Dogtown is peopled by widows, orphans, spinsters, scoundrels, whores, free Africans, and “witches.” Among the inhabitants of this hamlet are Black Ruth, who dresses as a man and works as a stonemason; Mrs. Stanley, an imperious madam whose grandson, Sammy, comes of age in her brothel; Oliver Younger, who survives a miserable childhood at the hands of his aunt; and Cornelius Finson, a freed slave. At the center of it all is Judy Rhines, a fiercely independent soul, deeply lonely, who nonetheless builds a life for herself against all imaginable odds. Rendered in stunning, haunting detail, with Anita Diamant’s keen ear for language and profound compassion for her characters, The Last Days of Dogtown is an extraordinary retelling of a long-forgotten chapter of early American life.
Never Lick a Moving Blender is a humorous look at life that will encourage you in your faith and lift you above your daily struggles. Some humor simply makes you laugh, some makes you think, and some may even motivate you to live differently. Marvin Phillips uses his endearing wit and well-known wisdom to deliver a book that does all that and more. This fully illustrated book is fun reading with a healthy infusion of optimism and hope.