Author Barbara Davis deftly explores an emotionally charged landscape of pain, loss, and despair--and the risk one woman will take in the hope of loving again. As a teenage runaway and child of an addict, Christy-Lynn learned the hard way that no address was permanent, and no promise sacred. For a while, she found a safe haven in her marriage to bestselling crime novelist Stephen Ludlow--until his car skidded into Echo Bay. But Stephen's wasn't the only body pulled from the icy waters that night. When details about a mysterious violet-eyed blonde become public, a media circus ensues, and Christy-Lynn runs again. Desperate for answers, she's shattered to learn that Stephen and his mistress had a child--a little girl named Iris, who now lives in poverty with her ailing great-grandmother. The thought of Iris abandoned to the foster care system--as Christy-Lynn once was--is unbearable. But she's spent her whole life running--determined never to be hurt again. Will she finally stand still long enough to open herself up to forgiveness and love?
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In the summer of 1982, in southwest Atlanta, Georgia, twenty-four year old flight attendant, Pamela Barnett Hogan, thinks that life is as good as it gets. Then, the unthinkable happens... a devastating tragedy strikes she witnesses her brother's murder and barely escapes with her own life. In that very instant, Pamela's world is transformed into a spiraling web of heartbreak, suspicion, and betrayal. As Pamela learns more about her brother's cold-blooded murderer, her vivid, reoccurring nightmares intensify. Adding insult to injury, her husband, Ryan Hogan, confesses to an adulterous affair with a younger woman. Never one to give up, Pamela continues to endure each and every low blow that life throws her way. But when her child is kidnapped she must somehow find the strength to get through. When love finally manages to find its way back into her heart, Pamela begins to feel as if her life is on-track again. However, fate has yet another unbelievable ordeal for Pamela Hogan an ordeal that forces her to reveal her secret guilt and to face her deepest fear.WHEN NEVER COMES AGAIN takes the reader on a riveting journey of pulse-pounding suspense and unexpected, sexy romance. Filled with jaw-dropping, page-turning drama that makes you cry and makes you laugh, there is never a dull moment. WHEN NEVER COMES AGAIN will entertain, intrigue and seize the hearts of women's fiction readers everywhere, regardless of the reader's sub-genre preference.
Much has been written both about and by people who feel they were assigned the wrong body at conception, exploring the struggles and too often the tragedies that result from that mismatch of nature. Very little has been written, however, to chronicle the lifelong struggle of people to understand and come to terms with two distinct sets of emotions, one male and one female – a single soul, at times divided, at times united, by two clearly identifiable spirits. Dear Mom and Dad: You Don’t Know Me, But ... traces the life of George through the eyes of Georgia, the female half of their soul, from early childhood in the post war Texas oil fields through the innocence of his early school years in northeastern Oklahoma. With the onset of puberty, Georgia watches the omnipresent feeling of not being normal cast a destructive pall over nearly everything George attempts. After the collapse of his lifelong dream, George begins again with hopes, new dreams and the love they’ve both longed for. Georgia finally emerges, but understanding her part in their soul comes slowly and is complicated by a tragedy of profound proportion. Dear Mom and Dad considers the ultimate understanding of God’s will for both George and Georgia and its unusual conclusion, sharing a story of struggle and self-acceptance.
In the third book in Andrea Camilleri's Inspector Montalbano series, the urbane and perceptive Sicilian detective exposes a viper's nest of government corruption and international intrigue in a compelling new case. When an elderly man is stabbed to death in an elevator and a crewman on an Italian fishing trawler is machine-gunned by a Tunisian patrol boat off Sicily's coast, only Montalbano suspects the link between the two incidents. His investigation leads to the beautiful Karima, an impoverished housecleaner and sometime prostitute, whose young son steals other schoolchildren's midmorning snacks. But Karima disappears, and the young snack thief's life—as well as Montalbano's—is on the line...
Collected in one volume—the first three books in the bestselling Inspector Montalbano mystery series American readers were first introduced to Sicily’s inimitable Inspector Salvo Montalbano more than ten years ago. Since then, the detective—and his characteristic mix of humor, cynicism, compassion, and love of good food—has won the affection of crime fiction aficionados and Italophiles alike. With Andrea Camilleri’s last two mysteries appearing on the New York Times bestseller list, it’s clear that interest in the series is at an all time high. Now, Death in Sicily features the Inspector’s first three adventures in one handy volume, offering new readers just the enticement they need to get started.
“What do women want?” Freud’s most famous question is answered by Dr. Ray Morgan in his new book, The Beauty of A Woman-Her Four Emotional, Physical & Spiritual Phases. In this book, Dr. Morgan brings his candor, wit and solid wisdoms as he chronicles each phase of a woman’s journey from puberty through post-menopause. Hot flashes, night sweats, bone loss, mid-life slumps, loneliness, marital and family stress, work anxieties and issues of power all take on new urgency as women contemplate the decades ahead. Dr. Morgan explores a woman's needs, concerns, problems, passions, hopes and frustrations while drawing from the many confessions he has gained from thousands of women over the years. He guides the contemporary woman through the turbulent challenges and surprising pleasures that comes with each change in a concrete and compassionate way. Dr. Morgan reveals in this major new book that it is between puberty and post-menopause that life precisely happens and it is during this time that women are most likely to reinvent themselves and become masters of their fate. The Phases: Teens: A Time of Confusion and New Discoveries. Twenties: A Time of Life’s Great Expectations and Ideals-The Superwoman Thirties: Mid-Life Malaise-The Emotional Water Shed Forties: The Climacteric Season of Change Fifties: The Best of Life- Daring to Leave the Past Behind
Adrienne Harding paints herself as the main character who is looking for true love. After escaping a drug-addicted mother, abusive uncle, and a neighborhood where dreams never seem to come true, her life seems make a turn for the better after meeting her favorite band. Like a dream come true, she develops a friendship with him that grows into a love to remember. Has she finally found true love? Or is this another dream that will come to an end?Original piece written by Adrienne "A.J." Harding; edited by J'Wan Yvette
Tomorrow never comes recounts the events of my wife's battle with Leukemia and the love we had for each other. Tomorrow never comes was written with the hope that it will help other people cope with similar tragedies. Tomorrow never comes has flashbacks to the good times we had with each other and our children. When Nicole was enrolled in kindergarten the teacher asked her "Nicole, can you count?" Nicole said "yes I can, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, jack, queen, king, ace."
A critical rethinking of theories of national imagination, The Dawn That Never Comes offers the most detailed reading to date in English of one of modern Japan's most influential poets and novelists, Shimazaki Toson (1872–1943). It also reveals how Toson's works influenced the production of a fluid, shifting form of national imagination that has characterized twentieth-century Japan. Analyzing Toson's major works, Michael K. Bourdaghs demonstrates that the construction of national imagination requires a complex interweaving of varied—and sometimes contradictory—figures for imagining the national community. Many scholars have shown, for example, that modern hygiene has functioned in nationalist thought as a method of excluding foreign others as diseased. This study explores the multiple images of illness appearing in Toson's fiction to demonstrate that hygiene employs more than one model of pathology, and it reveals how this multiplicity functioned to produce the combinations of exclusion and assimilation required to sustain a sense of national community. Others have argued that nationalism is inherently ambivalent and self-contradictory; Bourdaghs shows more concretely both how this is so and why it is necessary and provides, in the process, a new way of thinking about national imagination. Individual chapters take up such issues as modern medicine and the discourses of national health; ideologies of the family and its representation in modern literary works; the gendering of the canon of national literature; and the multiple forms of space and time that narratives of national history require.