Not So New In Town

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ISBN: 9781402293603
Release Date: 2015-07-07
Number of pages: 352
Author: Michele Summers
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

Download and read online Not So New In Town in PDF and EPUB "Sexy and fun! This small-town romance proves you can go home again."-Macy Beckett, acclaimed author of the Dumont Bachelors series You can't go back, and you can't stand still... Lucy Doolan is a marketing genius. She can sell rain to a frog and snow to a polar bear. Newly single and unemployed, she's lured back to her hometown of Harmony, North Carolina to help out her pregnant evil stepsister...only to find former crush heartthrob Brogan Reese has returned too, to open a new business in town. To add insult to injury, he's still hot. If the thunder don't get you, then the lightning will... Brogan never noticed Lucy much when they were young, but seventeen people have recommended her to help him. She's got his attention now. With her sweet personality, brilliant imagination, and penchant for doing the completely unpredictable, Brogan is finding a whole lot of excuses to spend his days-and nights-with Lucy. Praise for Find My Way Home: "Fabulous... an absolute laugh-out-loud hilarious read."-Talking Books Blog "Wonderfully delightful romance."-The Reading Cafe "A lot of emotion and off-the-charts sexual tension."-RT Book Reviews


Sweet Southern Bad Boy

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ISBN: 9781402293627
Release Date: 2016-12-06
Number of pages: 384
Author: Michele Summers
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

Download and read online Sweet Southern Bad Boy in PDF and EPUB He's Got Something She Wants When Katie McKnight gets lost location-scouting for her father's TV studio, she stumbles upon the perfect setting for their angsty new teen vampire series-a remote barn house unfortunately occupied by a grouchy, disheveled, and incredibly sexy man who instantly mistakes her for the new nanny. Should Katie tell him the truth, or get her foot in the door? She's Got Everything He Needs Bestselling author Vance Kerner doesn't just have writer's block-he's been run ragged ever since he was saddled with taking care of his brother's three kids, an adopted kitten, and a runaway mutt. The last thing he needs is a teen drama defiling his property, but with fascinating and unconventional Katie underfoot charming the entire Kerner household, Vance is finding it harder and harder to say no. Harmony Homecomings Series: Find My Way Home (Book 1) Not So New in Town (Book 2) Sweet Southern Bad Boy (Book 3) Praise for the Harmony Homecomings Series: "Packed with emotion and off-the-charts sexual tension." -RT Book Reviews for Find My Way Home "Will keep you hooked from the beginning to the end." -Harlequin Junkies for Not So New In Town "Sexy and fun! This small-town romance proves you can go home again." -Macy Beckett, acclaimed author of the Dumont Bachelors series for Not So New In Town


Find My Way Home

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ISBN: 9781402293566
Release Date: 2014-07-01
Number of pages: 352
Author: Michele Summers
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

Download and read online Find My Way Home in PDF and EPUB She's just the kind of drama Interior designer Bertie Anderson has big dreams for her career, and they don't include being stuck in her hometown of Harmony, North Carolina. One last client, and Bertie is packing up her high heels and heading for her dream job in Atlanta. But her plans are derailed by the gorgeous new owner of that big old Victorian she's always wanted to renovate... He's vowed to avoid For retired tennis pro Keith Morgan, Harmony is a far cry from fast-paced Miami—which is exactly the point. Keith is starting a new life for himself and his daughter Maddie, and he's left the bright lights and hot women far behind. Bertie's exactly the kind of curvaceous temptation he doesn't need, and Keith refuses to let their sizzling attraction distract him from his goals. Keith and Bertie both have to learn that there's more than one kind of escape, and it takes more than wallpaper to turn a house into a home. Harmony Homecomings Series: Find My Way Home (Book 1) Not So New in Town (Book 2) Sweet Southern Bad Boy (Book 3) Praise for the Harmony Homecomings Series: "Packed with emotion and off-the-charts sexual tension." —RT Book Reviews for Find My Way Home "Will keep you hooked from the beginning to the end." —Harlequin Junkies for Not So New In Town "Sexy and fun! This small-town romance proves you can go home again." —Macy Beckett, acclaimed author of the Dumont Bachelors series for Not So New In Town


Sweet Southern Trouble

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ISBN: 9781402293658
Release Date: 2017-05-02
Number of pages: 416
Author: Michele Summers
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

Download and read online Sweet Southern Trouble in PDF and EPUB An ambitious Southern belle Marabelle Fairchild knows she's a gal who can get things done. Feeling unappreciated at the exclusive private school where she's a kindergarten aide and varsity tennis coach, Marabelle determines to score with the next big fundraiser. What she doesn't expect? A smokin' hot football coach to throw her off her game... A reclusive NFL bachelor... NFL coach Nick Frasier is Raleigh's most eligible bachelor, but he wants to focus on his career...not his playboy status. He doesn't need a smart-mouthed, pint-sized kindergarten teacher pestering him. So he cuts Marabelle a deal—in exchange for Nick sponsoring a bachelor auction starring him and his gorgeous celebrity pals, Marabelle will pose as his fiancée to ward off unwanted advances. What could possibly go wrong? Praise for Sweet Southern Bad Boy: "Summers excels at detailing Katie and Vance's immediate attraction and steamy flirtation...Detailed interactions with their friends and family help to build them as fully realized characters." —Publishers Weekly "Summers keeps the dialogue flowing like sweet tea." dash;Booklist Praise for Not So New In Town: "Small-town life at its best, full of quirky characters and great dialogue." —Booklist "Drama, hope and second chances make this romance a keeper." —Bookaholics Reviewer


A Not So Small Time Town

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ISBN: 1480800597
Release Date: 2013-04
Number of pages: 182
Author: Viola Sawyer Lunderville
Publisher: Archway

Download and read online A Not So Small Time Town in PDF and EPUB Plainfield, New Hampshire, has been an extraordinary place since its beginnings. The serene river valley life offers nature’s very best and has beckoned many artists and intellectuals, including Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Maxfield Parrish, and J.D. Salinger. In her whimsical and touching Americana memoir, Viola Sawyer Lunderville reflects on her growing up years spent in the quaint New England town in the Connecticut River Valley where she explored, learned, and experienced a simple lifestyle full of freedom, memorable places, and special times.As she looks back on the years, Viola not only offers a unique look at Plainfield’s history from the mid-1950s to the early 1970s, but also shares a glimpse into all the reasons why the beautiful landscape beckoned many to settle on this picturesque land, including thefamous and wealthy. Using detailed personal anecdotes, Viola brings to life historic places in this glorious river valley through real-life experiences that she and others have shared.As well, she reveals through the eyes of her youth, adventurous days spent enjoying localswimming holes and freely exploring the vast countryside.A Not-So-Small-Time Town takes a nostalgic, sentimental ride through a New England town filled with historical significance and many wonderful memories from a simpler time.


Paper Hearts

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ISBN: 9781496403599
Release Date: 2014-12-18
Number of pages: 416
Author: Courtney Walsh
Publisher: NavPress

Download and read online Paper Hearts in PDF and EPUB Abigail Pressman would never have guessed that love notes penned on paper hearts by an anonymous couple could restore her belief in love. As a business owner in a quaint town at the base of the Rockies, she’s poured everything into dreams of expansion . . . and resisting the matchmaking efforts of the Valentine Volunteers, who gather in her store to continue Loves Park’s tradition of stamping mail with the city’s romantic postmark. When Abigail is unwillingly drafted into the Volunteers, she encounters the paper hearts, a distraction that couldn’t come at a worse time. A hard-to-read doctor has become Abigail’s new landlord, and he’s threatening to end her lease to expand his practice. As she fights a growing attraction to this handsome man crushing her dreams, Abigail is inspired to string the hearts in her store, sparking a citywide infatuation with the artsy trend. But when a new batch of hearts reaches the Volunteers, it appears something tragic has happened to the couple. Will uncovering their story confirm Abigail’s doubts about love, or could it rescue her dreams . . . and her heart?


A Not So Small Time Town

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ISBN: 9781480800588
Release Date: 2013-04-10
Number of pages: 182
Author: Viola Sawyer Lunderville
Publisher: Archway Publishing

Download and read online A Not So Small Time Town in PDF and EPUB Plainfield, New Hampshire, has been an extraordinary place since its beginnings. The serene river valley life offers nature’s very best and has beckoned many artists and intellectuals, including Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Maxfield Parrish, and J.D. Salinger. In her whimsical and touching Americana memoir, Viola Sawyer Lunderville reflects on her growing up years spent in the quaint New England town in the Connecticut River Valley where she explored, learned, and experienced a simple lifestyle full of freedom, memorable places, and special times. As she looks back on the years, Viola not only offers a unique look at Plainfield’s history from the mid-1950s to the early 1970s, but also shares a glimpse into all the reasons why the beautiful landscape beckoned many to settle on this picturesque land, including the famous and wealthy. Using detailed personal anecdotes, Viola brings to life historic places in this glorious river valley through real-life experiences that she and others have shared. As well, she reveals through the eyes of her youth, adventurous days spent enjoying local swimming holes and freely exploring the vast countryside. A Not-So-Small-Time Town takes a nostalgic, sentimental ride through a New England town filled with historical significance and many wonderful memories from a simpler time.


The Letter

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ISBN: 9781465328694
Release Date: 2009-09-28
Number of pages: 172
Author: Kevin Kinard
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Download and read online The Letter in PDF and EPUB Life can change in the blink of an eye or even be destroyed by the love of someone’s heart. Jacob Tyler Banks was born with two loveable parents. His father, Tyler, is one of the best lawyers in town while his beautiful mother takes care of the things at home. His life was smooth sailing until it drastically turned around when he met a lovely girl named Rachael Stone. Find yourself riveted with a love story like no other with The Letter. Tyler Banks is a busy man. Too busy with a line of clients each day, he only has limited time to be with his beautiful wife and son. Fairly detached from his family, he has a dark secret that he has kept for more than twenty years. But that secret is about to be revealed unless he is going to do something about it. But can he really carry out his plan that could break his son’s heart and leave him emotionally wounded forever? Lynn Banks is a stay-home mom and wife. She has everything she ever wanted. She loves her husband and son so much that she doesn’t want them to get hurt in any way. But what they didn’t know is that she actually lived two different lives and it is all up to her if she prolongs this pain that has been kept buried in her heart for so many years. Follow the different characters’ stories of love, lust, deceit, and pain and see if love can truly conquer everything in this riveting story.


Winning Isn t Everything

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ISBN: 140229364X
Release Date: 2017-05-02
Number of pages: 416
Author: Michele Summers
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

Download and read online Winning Isn t Everything in PDF and EPUB An ambitious Southern belle Marabelle Fairchild knows she's a gal who can get things done. Feeling unappreciated at the exclusive private school where she's a kindergarten aide and varsity tennis coach, Marabelle determines to score with the next big fundraiser. What she doesn't expect? A smokin' hot football coach to throw her off her game... A reclusive NFL bachelor... NFL coach Nick Frasier is Raleigh's most eligible bachelor, but he wants to focus on his career...not his playboy status. He doesn't need a smart-mouthed, pint-sized kindergarten teacher pestering him. So he cuts Marabelle a deal—in exchange for Nick sponsoring a bachelor auction starring him and his gorgeous celebrity pals, Marabelle will pose as his fianc�e to ward off unwanted advances. What could possibly go wrong? Praise for Sweet Southern Bad Boy: "Summers excels at detailing Katie and Vance's immediate attraction and steamy flirtation...Detailed interactions with their friends and family help to build them as fully realized characters." —Publishers Weekly "Summers keeps the dialogue flowing like sweet tea." dash;Booklist Praise forNot So New In Town: "Small-town life at its best, full of quirky characters and great dialogue." —Booklist "Drama, hope and second chances make this romance a keeper." —BookaholicsReviewer


Harper s New Monthly Magazine

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ISBN: PRNC:32101064075672
Release Date: 1871
Number of pages:
Author: Henry Mills Alden
Publisher:

Download and read online Harper s New Monthly Magazine in PDF and EPUB Harper's informs a diverse body of readers of cultural, business, political, literary and scientific affairs.


Claire s Not So Gothic Romance

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ISBN: 9781440401688
Release Date: 2008-08-13
Number of pages: 320
Author: Bonnie Blythe
Publisher: Bonnie Blythe

Download and read online Claire s Not So Gothic Romance in PDF and EPUB Claire Parnell, plain, repressed, and broke, falls desperately in love with Sam Murray, the sought-after new guy in town, and must overcome her scheming mother, a badly decorated red room, the enticements of the flesh (albeit scrawny), and Sam's unsavory past, to claim the same hard-fought happiness as her favorite literary heroine...Jane Eyre.


New Girl in Town

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ISBN: 9780310546290
Release Date: 2009-08-01
Number of pages: 176
Author: Nancy N. Rue
Publisher: Zondervan

Download and read online New Girl in Town in PDF and EPUB Real life stories about real life issues teens are facing today. Book one in a new StudentWare fiction series for mid-teens that deals with the challenges, problems, and excitement of becoming young women of faith When Laura Duffy’s family moves to Satellite Beach, Florida, she feels out of place as a junior at the high school where her good grades mark her as a nerd. Mrs. Isaacsen, a school counselor, invites Laura to join a weekly group for “conflicted” girls. There she gets to know Michelle (a sophisticated sophomore), Joy Beth (a super athlete), KJ (a freshman with an attitude), and Celeste (a junior who’s friends with every hunk in the school). The girls form a bond, and as various things happen in their busy lives, they learn to use Mrs. Isaacsen’s “secret keys” as a means for coping. This is the first of four books in Youth Specialties’ ‘Nama Beach High series by veteran girls’ fiction author Nancy Rue.


Learning to Read and Write in Colonial America

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ISBN: 1558495819
Release Date: 2007-03-01
Number of pages: 491
Author: E. Jennifer Monaghan
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press

Download and read online Learning to Read and Write in Colonial America in PDF and EPUB An experienced teacher of reading and writing and an award-winning historian, E. Jennifer Monaghan brings to vibrant life the process of learning to read and write in colonial America. Ranging throughout the colonies from New Hampshire to Georgia, she examines the instruction of girls and boys, Native Americans and enslaved Africans, the privileged and the poor, revealing the sometimes wrenching impact of literacy acquisition on the lives of learners. For the most part, religious motives underlay reading instruction in colonial America, while secular motives led to writing instruction. Monaghan illuminates the history of these activities through a series of deeply researched and readable case studies. An Anglican missionary battles mosquitoes and loneliness to teach the New York Mohawks to write in their own tongue. Puritan fathers model scriptural reading for their children as they struggle with bereavement. Boys in writing schools, preparing for careers in counting houses, wield their quill pens in the difficult task of mastering a "good hand." Benjamin Franklin learns how to compose essays with no teacher but himself. Young orphans in Georgia write precocious letters to their benefactor, George Whitefield, while schools in South Carolina teach enslaved black children to read but never to write. As she tells these stories, Monaghan clears new pathways in the analysis of colonial literacy. She pioneers in exploring the implications of the separation of reading and writing instruction, a topic that still resonates in today's classrooms. Monaghan argues that major improvements occurred in literacy instruction and acquisition after about 1750, visible in rising rates of signature literacy. Spelling books were widely adopted as they key text for teaching young children to read; prosperity, commercialism, and a parental urge for gentility aided writing instruction, benefiting girls in particular. And a gentler vision of childhood arose, portraying children as more malleable than sinful. It promoted and even commercialized a new kind of children's book designed to amuse instead of convert, laying the groundwork for the "reading revolution" of the new republic.


New Man in Town

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ISBN: 9781459257825
Release Date: 2011-07-15
Number of pages: 256
Author: Lyn Cote
Publisher: Harlequin

Download and read online New Man in Town in PDF and EPUB LOVE THY—NEW—NEIGHBOR? Timid piano teacher Thea Glenheim was dutifully content in sleepy, conservative Lake Lowell. Still, sometimes she secretly craved a little excitement…. What Thea got turned her world topsy-turvy! Her brand-new neighbor, handsome, charismatic Peter Della had a plan to help troubled city teens, which scandalized straitlaced Lake Lowell. Yet Peter's love of children warmed Thea's heart. And his confidence in her inspired a tender new courage. But could Thea find the faith to face down her community—and stand by this beloved new man in town?


A Not So Silent Night

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ISBN: 9780825493454
Release Date:
Number of pages: 103
Author: Verlyn D. Verbrugge
Publisher: Kregel Publications

Download and read online A Not So Silent Night in PDF and EPUB This revolutionary book reveals the darker side of Christmas, a side that exposes pain, humiliation, fear, and danger. Timely and provocative, it is perfect for anyone who wants to get past holiday commercialization.