We begin the lineup with the always wonderful Barbara Boswell's MAN OF THE MONTH, Irresistible You, in which a single woman nine months pregnant meets her perfect hero while on jury duty. The incomparable Cait London continues her ...
Author: Barbara Boswell
How could Luke Minteer be picked for a jury? And he was...glad? Maybe his happiness had to do with the sexy, single, nine months pregnant woman who sat beside him...and his surprising attraction to her. But of course Luke’s desire for Brenna Morgan meant nothing! Just because he checked on her every day, charmed her into eating out with him, daydreamed about making love to her...well, it didn’t mean a thing. Except that Luke was pretty sure that in a court of law, his behavior could only be called...love!
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Author: RD king
There are certain skills that can be learned to impress people. With this course you will learn how to impress anyone and become more attractive. The ability to present yourself in a certain way and to make yourself more instantly magnetic and likeable can be useful in a whole myriad of different situations.
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Author: Kate Meader
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.
—Yes, you are, and they created the most literate region on the face of the earth, because children needed to ... with such ideas—Yale was founded in protest over Harvard's tolerance for them—but over time they became irresistible. You ...
Author: Jim Cullen
Publisher: Permuted Press
History teacher Kevin Lee is retiring from Seneca Falls High School, where he has worked for the past forty years. He decides to use the freedom of his pending exit to toss the state curriculum and teach the U.S. survey as the story of the alluring, inspiring, murderous concept we know as the American Dream—which, he understands, his students regard with justified, if instinctive, skepticism. Lee discusses the rise, fall, and legacy of the Dream with these smart, funny, and irreverent eleventh graders, in a narrative peppered with memos, email exchanges, text messages, student journalism, and other documents from beyond the walls of his classroom. The result is the best history class you never had. A chronological history of the United States, this compelling novel also offers a snapshot of American education, written by a veteran teacher who slices through the arid literature of pedagogy to vividly depict the life of the classroom. Finally, it offers a deeply affectionate and patriotic vision of American life—one fully aware of the nation’s limits and failures while honoring the longings so many of us have to believe in our country, even as we harbor deepening doubts about our nation.
Author: Charlene C. GiannettiPublish On: 2008-12-18
Often the come-on line makes the e-mail irresistible. “You have won money!" or "Free tickets to the upcoming concert!" In the event your child opens an e-mail that contains objectionable language, threats, or anything that makes him ...
Author: Charlene C. Giannetti
Category: Family & Relationships
The "middler years," ages ten through fifteen, have always been characterized by an urge for independence and secrecy from parents. But these days, that secrecy can lead to more danger than ever before. Tackling the frustrations and fears of parenting in a world where cyber predators make headlines every day and "normal" adolescents act out in ways that beg the question "Where were the parents?", What Are You Doing in There? presents a new way of approaching a child's private life. In their inimitable, candid style, Charlene Giannetti and Margaret Sagarese offer a variety of strategies for staying informed without resorting to snooping, eavesdropping, or other embarrassing KGB-like tactics. Within each of a child's six privacy zones—bedroom, friends, romance, school, body, and the Internet—Giannetti and Sagarese educate parents about common cover-ups and how to establish limits that enhance a spirit of mutual respect within the household. Exploring not just whether to worry, but how to go about getting honest answers, What Are You Doing in There? charts a course designed to instill maturity that will last well beyond the middler years. The media constantly exhort parents to find out what the kids are really up to. Now there's finally a common-sense guidebook for addressing suspicions—without doing more harm than good.
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Author: Johann Wolfgang von GoethePublish On: 1885
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Your brotheris irresistible, you know.” “Thank you, sweetheart.” Alexus moved tohis wife's side. “You're irresistible too.” And he bent and kissed his wife. Marcia tried to sound grumpy but it didn't work. “Do your eyes need testing?
Author: Bronwen Evans
Publisher: Entangled: Indulgence
The Reluctant Wife by Bronwen Evans Abby Taylor walked out on her irresistible husband three years ago. Now she has no choice but to return to Italy to ask him for a favor. To pay for her grandmother's heart operation she needs his money, but it comes with strings attached. Conte Dante Lombardi has it all—an Italian villa, a successful family business, and a noble title. But he needs a child to carry on his legacy and time is running out. He also hopes to satisfy the desire Abby rouses in him. As Abby uncovers why he's in such a hurry for a child, she falls in love with him again ... just as she realizes it might be impossible to keep her end of the deal.
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