Fall in love with the first book in Debbie Macomber's Deliverance Company series featuring a romance between a mercenary and a widow inexplicably drawn together. Cain McClellan had chosen his lifestyle. He thrived on the challenge, the rush that came with putting his life in incredible danger. No woman, he told himself, could make him feel the way he did after a successful mission—no matter how beautiful she was. So why was he standing on a cold pier like a lovelorn teenager, hoping for a glimpse of Linette Collins? But then he saw her, and the sight of her took his breath away. The wind whipped her lustrous dark hair about her face, and she lifted a finger to wrap a thick strand behind her ear. The smart thing to do was turn around and walk away as fast as his feet would carry him. He'd gotten what he wanted. One last look at her. His curiosity should be satisfied. But even as his mind formulated the thought, Cain knew that just seeing Linette again could never be enough
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The bombing of Darwin by the Japanese in 1942 was Australia's Pearl Harbor. Faith and her brother, Joe, escape the devastation and chaos aboard Joe's island trading ketch, Faraway, along with Joe's lifelong friend Koko, an Australian-born Japanese fleeing internment.They are soon separated by the fortunes of war and face their own personal battles against espionage and injustice: Joe in a special army unit serving in the inhospitable wilds of the Northern Territory against a brutal, covert enemy; Koko in a POW camp against a society that appears to have deserted him, and Faith against the machinations of an ivy league American officer intent on keeping her from the man she loves, a Navaho Indian commissioned as a U.S. Army Air Force Pilot.
THE PAST HELD THE KEY TO THEIR PASSION. . . AND THEIR FUTURE. Cammie Miller's career hangs on convincing Oscar-winning actor Tyler Stovall to play the lead in the movie that would make her a star. But she would rather die unknown than succumb to begging Tyler. Although ten years have passed, she still remembers the reckless night they once shared-and the hurt when he mysteriously disappeared. What Cammie doesn't know is that Tyler is running away from a dark Hollywood secret and that nothing can lure him back-unless Cammie can prove to him that their love is worth a second chance. . ..
Pulling off an impossible crime is the only way he can stay alive. Stealing a Faberge egg. Surviving a double cross. And pulling off the most incredible robbery ever, for the world’s most demanding—and dangerous collector. This will be the challenge of thief extraordinaire Riley Wolfe’s life. Fool Me Twice opens in St. Petersburg, where Riley steals the egg—no easy task. Betrayed by the pilot he hired to help him get away, he wakes chained to a rock wall on one of the Kerguelen Islands—the most remote spot on earth—prisoner of a top-dog international arms dealer, and a top-notch art collector. He wants Riley to steal an artwork. Small problem--it’s a fresco, “The Liberation of St. Peter.” Slightly larger problem--it’s in the Vatican. And, it's a literal wall. Riley has no choice: agree or die. But when his captor turns him loose, he's grabbed by another arms dealer looking to do a double cross. Worse, he gives Riley a special incentive: a surveillance photograph of Monique, the love of his life, and more important, the art forger he can't pull off any heist without. The threat is clear. Riley knows they both have only one way out. With wicked dialogue, tons of explosive twists, and cinema-worthy scenes, Jeff Lindsay’s Fool Me Twice is another wildly entertaining caper starring the anti-hero you’ll root for, Riley Wolfe.
Someday I'm going to fly through the air. Someday I'd like to visit a fair. Someday I'll learn to tie my own shoe. Someday I hope to visit the zoo. Someday you could chase me around and Someday I'll hide and wait to be found. Someday maybe you'll buy me a pet. Someday I could be a vet! Is there anything more exciting to children than imagining the opportunities that will come their way in life? Or the joys and wonders that await them around every corner? They are our enduring safeguards of hope, clear-eyed seers of the limitless possibilities of the future, and most importantly, believers that they can indeed do it all. Somehow, as we grow older, we often lose that quality, trapped in the limited thinking of logic and reason. And in this day and age, with children growing up faster than ever, maturing at a rate unheard of in recorded history, savoring that unbridled optimism is the greatest gift any child can receive-and every parent can give. A simple, sweet, and imaginative tale full of hope and wonder, Tanya Ferguson's debut is a treasure trove of loving thoughts and heartening words that will open your child's mind to life's possibilities-and remind you to revel in their unbridled enthusiasm. From the small lessons in life such as learning to tie a shoe or going to the zoo to knowing that visiting the moon is a realistic wish, the possibilities and simple joys of life help young ones connect that all of these thoughts are one in the same-none more or less realistic than the other. And for parents? The added joy of spending time with their most important someone, eyeing in amazement the extraordinary illustrations and expanding dreams that fill the spaces in their child's imagination is the rarest of all gifts. And most important for both parent and child is the final refrain, a reminder for youngsters that everything is imminently within their reach and for parents to cherish each moment: Someday I'll sing you a tune, and between you and me, that someday will be
Lily Merrick is overjoyed at the return of her twin sister after a fifteen-year separation, unaware that the prodigal sibling has left a trail of male corpses in sleazy hotel rooms all over the country. By the author of Double Delight. 15,000 first printing.
Die britische Rock-Popband "Grapefruit", rund um den Bandleader George Alexander, feierte Ende der 1960er Jahre Erfolge in Deutschland, England und den USA. Hier erhältlich die Noten des Titels "Someday Soon" für Klavier und Gesang. The British pop rock band "Grapefruit" celebrated success in Germany, England and the U.S. in the 1960s. Here available the piano/vocals sheet music for "Someday Soon".
A soul-stirring and life-celebrating family memoir that chronicles the author's relationship with his terminally ill mother. "Aany layers of family involvement, the specificity of illness and death and the complexity of love".--New York Times Book Review. Photographs.
A pastor takes on the most commonly asked questions he has received from his congregation, his radio talk show "Open Forum," and his Ask Pastor Ray website, from detailed theology to straight Bible questions, to questions about specific religious doctrine to questions about current controversial issues. Original.
A photography-loving fifteen-year-old and a Greek grocery clerk in Manhattan meet and help each other assert themselves with their parents.
From USA Today Bestselling author Tiffany King Seventeen year old Katelyn Richards is a stronger person than anyone will ever know, and that is just the way she wants it. Behind her normal facade lies the reality of a broken home life. Thanks to her abusive mother, a string of deadbeat stepfathers, and an unsympathetic system, Katelyn has learned that the only one she can count on is herself. Her life's mission has become to shield her nine year old brother, Kevin, and to give him the future that they both wish for. A life with no more abuse, no worries about where their next meal will come from, and no more wondering if they will have a roof over their heads. When her mother moves them again, this time to a small town in Montana, Katelyn's resolve is shaken when she meets Max, a cute boy from her new school, who gets a glimpse into her real world. Max slowly manages to break through Katelyn's wall of distrust, stirring up feelings she never saw coming. Now with her world more complicated than she ever intended, Katelyn struggles with the decision to follow her heart into the arms of the first boy she has ever loved. A decision that could risk the promise she made to protect Kevin, and to give them the 'someday soon' that is so close within their grasp.