Psychologist Jamie Thompson comes home to Peak Town, Colorado to follow her dream of opening an equine therapy ranch. She’s stayed away for years because of the boy who broke her heart. But he’s long gone. Or so she thought. Chef Tony Ortiz has come a long way. With two successful New York restaurants, he should be on top of the world. But something is missing. When he gets called back to Peak Town to help his uncle, he wonders if the small town and its charming people are what his life has been lacking. Trouble hounds Jamie’s new business, including her chef up and quitting. Lucky for her there’s a renowned chef in town offering his services. But working with her ex provides a whole new set of problems…especially when an unknown threat becomes apparent. Can Jamie and Tony free themselves from the past and give love a second chance…or will it be taken away forever?
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"She explores how to develop a "psychological immune system" to protect against the potentially destructive elements in relationships and allow for a constructive expression of love's dark side. Her book should be read by psychoanalysts and psychotherapists, individuals who have suffered from the pains and hurts of love, and indeed by those who are interested in human motivation and behavior."--BOOK JACKET.
Free To Live, Free To Love is a book loaded with expressive musings about life, love, and everything in between and releases powerful darts aimed at readers corerapt at touching all the right heartstrings. This book is a genuine insignia of the truths echoing deep within the poets heart and soul. These truths are the blaring bellows of dominant feelings and reflective thoughts for emancipation. Steele has creatively captured the essence of life and love, bound them into his carefully woven poems, and gently fused them to other germane themes to make this wonderful book. The poems in this collection are subtle renditions hoisted straight from the heart of the poet offering a glimpse of the beauty and grace of life, the mystery and power of love, and the diversity and gist of worthwhile thoughts that run docile within the his mind. An absolute poetic journey and adventure await readers in this anthology that governs a gamut of evocative poems ready to strike them with hope and inspirationtwo radiant truths that will allow them to experience living a beautiful, more significant life.
No one remembers who came in 2nd... There has never been a shortage of drama between Samantha and her sister Adriana. From the womb they have always been in competition and that doesn't stop when it comes to Men. When Samantha tries to introduce her sister to her new love things get crazy. Not only does Adriana sweep Scott from under Samantha's nose but most of all...Adriana has no sympathy or remorse for Samantha's feelings. A match is thrown to the gasoline pit of Samantha's rage which turns their sisterhood into a WAR. Meanwhile their best friend Gabby has secrets of her own that will destroy the trio forever. Will the ladies stop fighting long enough to see the truth or will they self destruct. Keywords: Side Chick, Side chick books, Free Book, African american Free, Free reads, Freebie, Urban Fiction, african american urban fiction, plenty of fish, tinder, facebook, instagram, Black books by black authors, urban hood story, hood story, street fiction, hood fiction, street books, hood books, african american books, new release african american, oprah winfrey book club, bestseller, new york times, usa today best seller, mia black, his dirty secret
Finally, kisses from the billionaire's point of view... Jack Saunders wanted one last hurrah before taking the mantle of DS Oil & Gas, the billion-dollar company that his father founded. His friend, Owen, let him borrow his mansion on a tropical island so that he could throw a final party before "marrying" the business that would dominate the rest of his life. He brought his secretary, Brandy, hoping that he could kindle a relationship that would last through the long days and nights of running a company. However, while the party was great, the gold digging woman he brought was not, and Jack resigned himself to a lifetime of loneliness. That was until he took a walk down the beach and met her. A woman who didn't recognize him from the tabloids and only saw him, the man behind the money. Of all the women Jack had ever met, there was nobody like Emma LaRue. With one pretend marriage ceremony, she would change his life forever, and become the only one he ever wanted to give his saltwater kisses to. This novella is the first half of Saltwater Kisses written from Jack's point-of-view, with a few bonus scenes thrown in as well. It contains the first half of Saltwater Kisses as a sample and also throws in the cast of all the Kisses books in an ensemble that is sure to make any of Krista Lakes' fans happy! --- Emma pushed open her door and nearly stepped inside before he caught her. “What do you think you're doing?” Jack asked, his eyes twinkling. Despite running along the beach, he wasn't out of breath from running. He was out of breath controlling himself with Emma. It had taken every ounce of willpower he processed to get her back to the hotel room. The only reason he had managed to wait was that it was technically their wedding. He was looking forward to this part. “Opening the door?” Emma cocked her head to the side, confused. She had sprinted just as hard to get back here. With a fluid motion, Jack scooped her up in his arms. She giggled as she realized what he was doing, wrapping her arms around his neck and holding him close. She pressed her nose into his throat and inhaled, taking in the scent of him. It made his heart race with primal need. He carried her to the bedroom, setting her down gently on the floor. She held onto him for an extra moment, as if she were soaking him into her skin. When she looked up at him, her long lashes fluttering over sea-green eyes, his heart melted into a puddle on the floor. She stepped back and in a one smooth motion raised the hem of her sundress up and over her head. All she had on was a pair of tiny white panties. Jack's breath caught and all the need he had been keeping tamped down came roaring to life...
|Book Title||: Free Love and its votaries or American socialism unmasked Being an account of the various free love associations in the United States etc|
|Author||: John B. ELLIS (M.D.)|
|Release Date||: 1870|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
The "free love" Oneida Community, founded in New York state during the turbulent decades before the Civil War, practiced an extraordinary system of "complex marriage" as part of its sustained experiment in creating the kingdom of heaven on earth. For more than thirty years, two hundred adult members considered themselves heterosexually married to the entire community rather than to a single monogamous partner. Free Love in Utopia provides the first in-depth account of how complex marriage was introduced among previously monogamous or single Oneida Community members. Bringing together vivid, firsthand writings by members of the community--including personal correspondence, memoranda on spiritual and material concerns, and official pronouncements--this volume portrays daily life in Oneida and the deep religious commitment that permeated every aspect of it. It also presents a complex portrait of the community's founder, John Humphrey Noyes, who demanded not only complete religious loyalty from his followers but also minute control over their sexual lives. It recounts the formidable legal suits faced by the community--one of which almost forced it to disband in 1852--and the critical behind-the-scenes work of Noyes's second-in-command, John L. Miller. Most important, Free Love in Utopia describes in detail how Oneida's "enlarged family" was created and how its unorthodox practices affected its members. Key selections from a large collection of primary documents detailing Oneida's early years were compiled by George Wallingford Noyes, nephew of the founder. The present volume, astutely edited and introduced by noted communitarian scholar Lawrence Foster, marks the first publication of G. W. Noyes's remarkable manuscript, excerpted from the irreplaceable original documents that were deliberately burned after his death. The volume also reproduces Oneida's First Annual Report, which contains the sexual manifesto that underlay the community.
Roger is a retired Professor of history. Once famous and admired as an academic star and a lifelong advocate for the rights of women, he has grown fat and self-indulgent, and is currently living in exile in Provence. A very public scandal of betrayal precipitated his fall from grace. His only hope of restoring his reputation is a memoir, or preferably a detached biography. He convinces his oldest friend, Clive, another retired academic, to write it. Roger's personal reflections take us back to the 1960s, where we learn of a life devoted compulsively to sexual adventure with countless women, mostly young feminists drawn to this charismatic man of principle fighting their cause. Clive is inclined to ignore these escapades. He is to write a professional biography, not indulge in prurient gossip. But when he discovers that Roger's adventures bring betrayal into his own family, he cannot separate the personal from the political. Lives are shattered as truths are revealed. Tony Garnett was born in Birmingham, England and attended university in London, where he has been ever since, with the exception of a few years spent working in the motion picture industry in Hollywood.Now retired after a career as a prolific screenwriter, his work in the movies and at the BBC has taken him all over the UK and to many other countries as well. Although still residing in London, he remains close to his family in Birmingham and closely follows his boyhood soccer team, Aston Villa. Free Love is his third novel. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/TonyGarnet