The Beachside Guest House

The Beachside Guest House
Author: Vanessa Greene
Publsiher: Sphere
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2015-04-28
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781405527835

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When Rosa and Bee get together in the run-up to Bee's wedding, they reminisce about the holiday they took together as teenagers to the beautiful Greek island of Paros. They remember the sandy coves, the guest house in the converted windmill where they stayed with their friend Iona, and the gorgeous local men. As memories of that long-forgotten holiday resurface, they are forced to confront the turns their lives have taken - and the guilt they both feel about letting Iona slip away from them. When they learn that the windmill guest house is going bust they form a plan: why not go back to the island and take it over themselves? And so begins a life-changing journey - because it turns out that opening a guest house and reliving their teenage dreams isn't that easy . . . Full of romance and friendship, love and life, laughter and tears, The Beachside Guest House is an uplifting novel about the magic of starting over with friends by your side.

Coasts Marine Structures and Breakwaters 2023

Coasts  Marine Structures and Breakwaters 2023
Author: Kevin Burgess
Publsiher: Emerald Group Publishing
Total Pages: 1658
Release: 2024-03-19
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9780727767059

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The ICE Coasts, Maritime Structures and Breakwaters conference series is the leading international forum for the presentation of the latest developments in coastal and maritime engineering. This book is provided as 2 individual volumes.


Author: Antonia Church
Publsiher: Satin Romance
Total Pages: 270
Release: 2023-04-11
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9798886531329

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Nevada Noble has left behind a boring boyfriend and a suffocating family in the midwest to start a new life in Florida. Trading snow boots for sunglasses and socks for flip-flops, Neve instantly falls in love with the surf and the sand. Her promise to stay faithful to only her love affair with the beach is soon in jeopardy as the prodigal son of the seaside town returns. He’s sexy, smart, and single—with a hint of mystery surrounding his sudden return. Neve realizes the vow of chastity she made along the shores isn’t strong enough to withstand the tidal pull of attraction. Her heart gets caught in a riptide.

Tell It True

Tell It True
Author: Tim Lockette
Publsiher: Seven Stories Press
Total Pages: 136
Release: 2021-09-28
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
ISBN: 9781644210833

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An unlikely high school newspaper editor fights to cover a local murder case and learns what is most important in friendship, in journalism, and in life. Lisa Rives had higher expectations for sophomore year. Her beauty queen mom wonders why she can't be more like other 15-year-old girls in their small Alabama town. Lisa's Dad, well, she suspects he's having an affair with a colleague at his top-secret job. Her friend Preethy seems to be drifting away, and Lisa spends her schooldays dodging creepy boys and waiting to graduate. Then she finds herself in charge of her high school newspaper, which is the last thing she wanted--school newspapers are for popular kids and club-joiners, not outcasts like her, and besides, the stories are never about anything you actually want to know. But after accidentally tipping the scales in the school election, then deciding to cover a "real" story--the upcoming execution of a local man charged with murder--and becoming a surprise news story herself, Lisa learns some hard lessons about friendship and truth-telling. As Lisa navigates the dilemmas, challenges, and unintended consequences of journalism, she finds her life--and her convictions--changing in ways she couldn't have imagined. Tell It True is a sometimes hilarious, sometimes devastating, always relatable coming-of-age story about the importance of speaking the truth in a world of denial and fake news.

Journey Derailed

Journey Derailed
Author: Rhonda Castanon
Publsiher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Total Pages: 197
Release: 2023-04-04
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 9798887511603

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Christ doesn't see dead-ends. When all I could see was every failed treatment option, every possible avenue of hope closed off or made me worse, and everything I loved and cherished pulled away or permanently altered, Christ revealed his unlimited power by showing me my hope for healing can never be tied to a diagnosis, a specific outcome, or a cure, but only to him. Travel with me through my story from an idyllic childhood, splattered with those poignant, some painful, life-changing events which implanted deep roots of controlled discipline and self-reliance within me. This self-reliant mindset proved useful to overcome all obstacles and to juggle all the challenges of educational pursuits, marriage, kids, a law practice, and life. Until in my early thirties, my health unexpectedly began to decline shortly after reaching the apex of my career as a lawyer. Witness the physical and spiritual transformation provided by Christ after years of the bleakest and most hopeless time in my life battling severe, chronic pain from the top of my head to the tips of my toes. Christ renewed my mind, my language, and my actions as he revealed to me how suffering led to a hyperfocus on the problem, which blinded me to the truth that Christ wasn't limited by what I only saw as possible. I viewed my health as an obstacle to overcome instead of as a divine invitation to push through to a deeper level of faith and unleash his divine purpose and power into my life and the lives of others.

Have Ye No Homes To Go To

Have Ye No Homes To Go To
Author: Kevin Martin
Publsiher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd
Total Pages: 269
Release: 2016-05-01
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781848895829

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The pub has been at the centre of Irish life for centuries. It has played many roles: funeral home, restaurant, grocery shop, music venue, job centre and meeting place for everyone from poets to revolutionaries. Often plain and unpretentious, it is a neutral ground, a leveller – a home away from home. From the feasts of high kings, through the heady gang-ruled pubs of nineteenth-century New York, right up to the gay bars and superpubs of today, this is an entertaining journey through the evolution of the Irish pub. Our 'locals' have become a global phenomenon: the export of the Irish pub, its significance to emigrants and its portrayal in cinema, television and literature are engagingly explored. The story of the Irish pub is the story of Ireland itself. "Fascinating ... endlessly surprising." – Irish Independent. "Full of brilliant anecdotes, packed with legal, literary, religious and historical bits and pieces that will keep you talking in the pub all night." – Neil Delamere, Today FM. "An enjoyable romp through the ephemera and facts surrounding that most Irish of institutions." – Irish Examiner. "Fascinating ... a great gift." – Mark Cagney, TV3

Brecht and Company

Brecht and Company
Author: John Fuegi
Publsiher: Grove Press
Total Pages: 804
Release: 2002
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 0802139108

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The result of twenty-five years of research on three continents, Brecht and Company is a revolutionary portrait of one of the world's greatest theater artists -- and the people upon whom he built his reputation. A noted Brecht scholar, John Fuegi traces the evolution of Brecht's parasitic relationships and aggressive ambition through close analysis of diaries, letters, and drafts of the literary works, revealing a man who was personally dazzling, a genius at assembling and directing the plays created in his workshop, but ultimately lacking in literary stamina, for which he depended on his lovers. A landmark study about the life and times of one of the most influential figures in twentieth-century theater, Brecht and Co. will forever change our understanding of Brecht and his oeuvre. "[An] enormous, fascinating biography." -- The New Yorker "One of the most important critical studies of the century." -- New York Magazine

An Island Affair

An Island Affair
Author: Monica Richardson
Publsiher: Kimani Press
Total Pages: 218
Release: 2015
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9780373863976

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A passion for all seasons... Returning to the beloved Eleuthera Islands of her childhood is the best decision Jasmine Talbot ever made. She's determined to succeed in transforming her family's magnificent Caribbean property into a one-of-a-kind B and B. But she needs Jackson Conner's help. A brilliant visionary, the hunky contractor is proud, egotistical...and impossible to resist. Starting his own business was a huge gamble. And so is Jackson's powerful desire for his alluring new boss. But what kind of future can he offer Jasmine when he has just discovered his entire past is a lie? Will his quest to uncover the truth--and the secret he's keeping--jeopardize Jackson's budding romance with the dazzling Bahamian beauty? Or give him the love that could be his lasting legacy...