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Darling Annie

  10/02/2012       ryaimey12      0 Comments

Acts of charity quickly lead to a flirtation with the deadliest of sins for DARLING ANNIE, from national bestselling romance author Raine Cantrell. “Humor, delightful characters, simmering sensuality and sparkling repartee – it just doesn’t get any better than this.” – Romantic Times Kellian York has big plans for the brothel he’s inherited in Loving, Texas. Too bad that just days after his arrival the Legion for Decency has burned it to the ground, citing their mission to rid the town of drinking, gambling, and “loose women.” Set on vengeance, Kellian targets the spinster leader, Annie Muldoon, never expecting that the beautiful young woman would let Kellian and his girls move into her boarding house. Believing she has a responsibility to protect and redeem the women formerly in Kellian’s employ, Annie soon realizes she’s made a terrible mistake inviting them, and especially Kellian, into her home. Unsure whether he’s trying to torture her or seduce her, Kellian’s striking presence is beginning to rouse the passionate nature she’s tried to hide. Annie decides to take her fate, and Kellian’s, into her own hands, and learns a few tricks of the trade from her boarders, before turning the tables on Kellian. Will the saint redeem the sinner? Or the sinner seduce the saint? “A delight…packed with lusty humor.” – Virginia Henley, New York Times bestselling author of THE FALCON AND THE FLOWER “DARLING ANNIE is a keeper from the gifted pen of Raine Cantrell.” – Rendezvous

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Attack on Orbital 454: The Conglomerate Series

  10/02/2012       dimonstro5      0 Comments

SYNOPSIS: Time travel extremists attempt to destroy Utopia bycrashing an orbital city of 500,000 onto a Muslim planet. Only four officers from a detachment of Federal Marshals survive. How they recover from the devastation is the gist of the story, but theyre not fictional characters. The four are real historical heroes extracted from the 1800s for their valor as the most famous Texas Rangers of all time.The narrative is first person and the protagonist is Chief Superintendent of Special Operations, a Dawes Conglomerate Marshal, John Jack Coffee Hays (real person 1817-1883).Marshal Hays is the most famous Texas Ranger of all time and nephew to American President Andrew Jackson (real person 1767-1845). The Medina Star System is his jurisdiction.NOTE to Librarians: LCN 2013920485.NOTEto Parents: Adult characters in action, good vs. evil scenario,suitable for YA: no sex, no F-word, no smoking, no drugs, mild violence,PG-14 for adult language. Strong emphasis on accountability,responsibility, honor, trust, integrity, fidelity, loyalty, valor, etc.Hard and speculative science, real history with famous real historicalfigures in a dramatized far future adventurous plot. Think, Lone Ranger.

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The Secret Hum of a Daisy

  10/02/2012       honorio      0 Comments

Twelve-year-old Grace and her mother have always been their own family, traveling from place to place like gypsies. But Grace� wants to finally� have a home all their own. Just when she thinks shes found it her mother says its time to move again. Grace summons the courage to tell her mother how she really feels and� will always regret that her last words to her� were angry ones. After her mothers sudden death, Grace is forced to live with a grandmother shes never met. She cant imagine her mother would want her to stay with this stranger. Then Grace finds clues� in a mysterious treasure hunt, just like the ones her mother used to send her on. Maybe it is� her mother, showing her the way to her true home. Lyrical,� poignant and� fresh, The Secret Hum of a Daisy is a beautifully told middle grade tale with a great deal of heart.

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Metamorphosis: The Mind in Exile

  10/02/2012       winston99      0 Comments

Fusing the methods of comparative literature, intellectual history, and philosophical analysis, Harold Skulsky explores a motif that has fascinated storytellers since antiquity: the miraculous transformation of a character into a plant, an animal, or a different human being.The thesis of the study is that the fantasy of metamorphosis challenges the narrator and his audience to confront certain basic anxieties about the human condition: Is the mind reducible to physical properties? What constitutes personhood? How does physical form affect personal identity and continuity of the self?Testing instances in which these and related perplexities appear in literature, Skulsky systematically and provocatively interprets ten major illustrative texts drawn from diverse epochs and languages, including the works of Homer, Ovid, Apuleius, Marie de France, Dante, Donne, Spenser, Keats, Kafka, and Woolf. Through Skulskys masterly analysis the victims of metamorphosis in narrative literature--whether werewolf, ass, beetle, swine, or tree--provide a profound insight into the complexities of human experience.

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Sermon Series 17s (for All Occasions...): Sermon Outlines for Easy Preaching

  10/02/2012       elston      0 Comments

For books in Spanish, see Jose R. Rogers Sr.Dr. Joseph R. Rogers Sr. is the Pastor of Greater Philadelphia Ministries, Inc. Dr. Rogers is Co-Founder, Dean, Instructor of the Raleigh Baptist Bible Institute; immediate pass Moderator of the Johnston District Association consisting of 32 Churches located in both Johnston and Wake Counties. He is founder and CEO of J & L Outreach Ministries, a non-profit community organization designed to minister to the total man-body, soul & spirit.

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An Ideal Husband

  10/02/2012       Ozon671Gamer      0 Comments

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An Ideal Husband
 
by
Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde gives us here one of his best plays. He explores the political world in London and how a young ambitious but poor man can commit a crime, which is a mistake, to start his good fortune. But he builds his political career on ethical principles. Sooner or later someone will come into the picture to blackmail him into supporting an unacceptable scheme, by producing a document that could ruin his career if revealed. His past mistake may come back heavily onto him. But he resists and sticks to his moral reputation. He prefers doing what is right to yielding to some menace. He may lose though his political ambition and career and his wifes love. But love is saved by forgiveness and the mans career is also saved by the work of a real friend who recaptures the dubious document and destroys it. In other words love and an ethical career are saved by the burrying of the old mistake into oblivion. In other words love and friendship are stronger than the scheming action of a blackmailer.This is a terrible criticism of victorian society which is based more on appearances than principles and yet able to destroy a mans absolutely ethical present life with a mistake from his youth, throwing the baby along with the water of the bath. It is also a criticism of the victorian political world where you cannot have a career if you are not rich, money appearing as the only way to succeed, at least to succeed fast. But it is a hopeful play because love and friendship are beyond such considerations and only consider the best interest of men and women, in the long run and in the name of absolute purity. Better be a sinner and be forgiven when you have reformed than see a reformed sinner destroyed by the lack of forgiveness.Oscar Wilde advocates here a vision of humanity that necessitates forgiveness as the essential fuel of any rational approach. Real morality is not the everlasting guilt of a sinner without any possible reform. Real morality is the recognition that forgiveness is necessary when reform has taken place. Otherwise society would be unlivable and based on hypocrisy and the death or rejection of the best people in the name of (reformed) mistakes. One must not be that sectarian, because man can learn from his mistakes and improve along the road: one can learn how to avoid mistakes and repair those oen has committed. If condemnation is absolute, no progress is possible.A very fascinating play, a very modern play. And yet when can one be considered as reformed, when can we consider one has really corrected ones mistakes and improved ? And who can deem such elements ? The very core of political and ethical rectitude is concerned here and Oscar Wilde embraces a generous approach.

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If You Were President: Volume I

  10/02/2012       vladkil      0 Comments

Life in America has not been easy in the twenty-first century. With a government that has strayed from principles established by our Founding Fathers, some Americans may believe all hope is lost. Americans need a great president, but one question remains: Who can restore faith for a better future for America? B. J. Miller provides a platform for everyday American citizens to imagine what they would do to make a difference if they were president of the United States. By addressing a variety of governmental policies such as federal spending, the treatment of veterans, Social Security, and minimum wage, Miller shares his opinions while encouraging others to contemplate whether each policy is right for the country and offer their own ideas for improvement. If You Were President seeks to stimulate Americans to reflect and respond with creative proposals intended to set our government on the right track, allowing the people to once again achieve life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

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Paranormal Investigation Course: Instant Training Course - No Need for a Class Room

  10/02/2012       starlightpsl3      0 Comments

An Instant Paranormal Investigation Course. No need to attend a class room, Just purchase this book and this will instantly enter you into the course. So you are wanting to be a paranormal investigator? Take our course and find out if you have what it takes. Courses normally cost over 300, for a team of 3 people. Then an extra 100 per person, plus the travel costs. With this book you get INSTANT Course, which you can fill in from home. and submit through to be processed. You will then receive a certificate if you pass. There are 60 questions to answer and will take roughly 1 hour to complete. 45 correct answers are needed to get the certificate specifying that you are qualified to be a paranormal investigator. Good luck! Project-reveal Lee Steer.

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The Approval Fix: How to Break Free from People Pleasing

  10/02/2012       XOSTL1      0 Comments

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The Approval Fix: How to Break Free from People Pleasing
 
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Joyce Meyer

Everybody wants to be loved. We all need affirmation, acceptance, and approval. Lets face it: It feels good to be appreciated and admired. But when we depend on the approval of others to feel good about ourselves, its impossible to have emotional stability or a healthy self-image. And when our value is based on how people see us rather than Gods unconditional love for us, our desire for approval can become an addiction. In THE APPROVAL FIX, #1 New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer gives you practical insights that will help you learn how to accept who you are and become the unique individual God created you to be. Youll experience greater confidence, deeper emotional stability, and healthier relationships-the life youre really longing for.Today, discover the truth about Gods love for you and approval of you. And enjoy the freedom to be the amazing person you can be in Him!Derived from material previously published in Approval Addiction.

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