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|Author||: Kaci Rose|
|Publsiher||: 5 Little Roses Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 344|
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She’s my best friend’s wife. I made him a promise I never thought I’d have to keep. Now I’m about to dishonor him in the worst possible way… River I thought the hardest thing I’d ever have to do was bury my husband, my best friend, and the father of the child growing inside me. Little did I know my husband asked his friend Storm to watch over me should anything happen. Now that the worst has happened, or so I thought, Storm has me moved in with him. A cabin in the Montana woods seems like a great place to hide for the battle ahead of us plus now the pesky pregnancy hormones have me feeling the kinds of things I should be for Storm. I bet that poor man can’t wait to get rid of me… Storm My life in the mountains was simple and quiet… until River. When my best friend Jason made me promise to take care of his pregnant wife, I never imagined I’d have to keep it. Now, the woman I promised to protect, is under my roof and under my skin. But not everyone seems ready to let Jason rest in peace and River might be the one to pay the price. I made a vow to protect her and I will do whatever it takes to keep that promise, even if it means letting her go and having her take my heart with her…
|Author||: Katya Boirand|
|Publsiher||: Unbound Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 90|
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FIVE WORDS IS ALL IT TAKES TO PROVOKE A CHAIN OF CREATION. That is what Katya Boirand discovered the first time she asked a friend for five words and then turned them into a poem, using the words and the subject as her inspiration. This spark started a movement, and soon Katya was asking friends and strangers alike for their five words of choice. Take Me to the Edge is a selection of these poems, sitting alongside a portrait of each subject, in this stunning and joyous celebration of language, connection and art.
|Author||: Wanitta Praks|
|Publsiher||: Wanitta Praks|
|Total Pages||: 206|
|Genre||: Antiques & Collectibles|
Download Maid to the Mafia Totally Devoted Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Giovanni Dente She was his maid. She was his lover. But now… She was gone. Giovanni Dente, the mafia boss of the Dente Clan, exudes power, arrogance, and charisma. No one dares to cross him, until one did, taking away his most beloved, Jenny Stone. They had kidnapped her. And now there’s hell to pay. He’ll go in with guns blazing, not stopping until she’s with him again. Because to her, he’s totally devoted. Jenny Stone I was his maid. I was his lover. But now, who am I? Jenny is in love with the billionaire mafia boss, Giovanni Dente. For the past four months, she’d experienced it all. The love he gave to her, the care he bestowed upon her. It was all like a sweet dream. But it really was a dream, because now she has to wake up and face reality. She was not the person Giovanni loved. She was not his Jennifer. Reality hit her like a punch to the gut. Is it too late to tell him she loves him? Is it too late to make him love her? Because no matter what he says and does, her heart is totally devoted to him. Note: The conclusion to Jenny and Giovanni's love story. This final book ends with a happy ending. Continue to read about Amelia and Lorenzo's love story in The Mafia and His Maiden. Book 1: Beautiful Hell Book 2: Beautiful Lie Book 3: Beautiful Secret Book 4: Beautiful Love
|Author||: Brady Wagoner,Tania Zittoun|
|Publsiher||: Springer Nature|
|Total Pages||: 210|
Download Experience on the Edge Theorizing Liminality Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Liminality has become a key concept within the social sciences, with a growing number of publications devoted to it in recent years. The concept is needed to address those aspects of human experience and social life that fall outside of ordered structures. In contrast to the clearly defined roles and routines that define so much of industrial work and economic life, it highlights spaces of transition, indefiniteness, ambiguity, play and creativity. Thus, it is an indispensable concept and a necessary counterweight to the overemphasis on structural influences on human behavior. This book aims to use the concept of liminality to develop a culturally and experientially sensitive psychology. This is accomplished by first setting out an original theoretical framework focused on understanding the ‘liminal sources of cultural experience,’ and second an application of concept to a number of different domains, such as tourism, pilgrimage, aesthetics, children’s play, art therapy, and medical diagnosis. Finally, all these domains are then brought together in a concluding commentary chapter that puts them in relation to an overarching theoretical framework. This book will be useful for graduate students and researchers in cultural psychology, critical psychology, psychosocial psychology, developmental psychology, health psychology, anthropology and the social sciences, cultural studies among others.
|Author||: David Wiltse|
|Publsiher||: Graymalkin Media|
|Total Pages||: 320|
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Becker searches Appalachia for a bizarre pair of serial killers. Dee tears through the closet, looking for something to beat Ash with. The hangers are no good, so she asks for his belt. He hands it over willingly, and hangs his head as she beats him unconscious. Her rages have gotten worse ever since they started kidnapping the boys. Ash does not mind the pain, but the boys cry when Dee beats them. It hurts Ash to hear them cry, for he loves the boys dearly—so dearly that he is always willing to kill them to stop the tears. When another boy vanishes from an Appalachia shopping mall, the FBI calls on retired agent John Becker, who knows better than anyone how serial killers think. But Dee and Ash are not like any killer he has chased before, and catching them will mean going into a darker place than he ever has before.
|Author||: Ejiro Odeka|
|Total Pages||: 170|
|Genre||: Young Adult Fiction|
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It was as if the world around Penelope had caved in on her when loved ones around her died at very close intervals to one another. When her best friend died, Penelope thought everything as being lost, and that nothing feels right as they should anymore. But just as coming out into the light after journeying through a tunnel, a ray of hope springs up when Adrian came into the scene. Penelope suddenly finds the need to live life again . . . off the edge.
|Author||: James Gardner|
|Total Pages||: 329|
Download On The Edge Stepping Back From The Brink of Suicide Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
James was only five years old and travelling home to Devon after holiday with his family in Scotland in 1986, when tragedy struck. The car was involved in a serious accident just outside Bristol, leaving him fighting for survival on life support. When he emerged from his coma, doctors discovered that he was seriously brain damaged, leaving the left side paralysed. Within the blink of an eye James had been transformed from a gregarious, fun-loving little boy into a rag doll. But with a lot of loving support, he began the long and difficult road to recovery. His attitude was inspirational, and for years he threw himself into rehabilitation. As James grew up he began to feel misunderstood and not able to reach the level of normality he so yearned for. He felt that there was no longer any point to his life. When James asked his doctor for help, the reality of his situation suddenly struck. Suicide would be the ultimate failure. This is the story of James' life and how he fought tooth and nail to stay alive. It is both his autobiography and a guide to personal development. Since making the conscious decision not to give up hope, James has gone on to travel the world and teach English abroad. James is open and honest about the things in which he has found great solace during his darkest hours, and he credits the teachings of Kabbalah, an increasingly popular form of Jewish mysticism, for helping him refocus his life. The singer Madonna, a long term exponent of the spiritual teaching, has been an inspirational figure for James. James is now a picture of good health; despite continued weakness in his left side and a limp, he walks confidently and with a purpose.