Sweet to You
Author: Jessie Evans
Sweet To You A Summerville Novel Fire and Icing Book Three Where there's smoke, there's fire... Thou shalt not lie, cheat, steal, covet thy neighbor's ass, or date thy sister's ex-boyfriend-simple commandments Maddie Whitehouse has never had any trouble keeping. But when s'mores and whiskey shots lead to Maddie and Jamison Hansen skinny-dipping under a full moon at a singles' camping retreat, Maddie realizes she has some serious repenting to do. Jamison may not be "technically" her sister's ex, but he's close enough. Besides, after the way things ended with her ex-husband, Maddie knows better than to get involved with another bad boy. Jamison Hansen is falling-hard and fast. Maddie Whitehouse is as sweet as the pastries she bakes, as unpredictable as Georgia weather in the spring, and lights a fire inside him he doesn't want to put out. And sneaking around to avoid their prying families only makes the chemistry between them that much hotter. Maddie is everything Jamison never knew he wanted, and it isn't long before the sparks between them kindle more serious feelings. But small towns are dangerous places for big secrets-a lesson Maddie and Jamison learn the hard way. Will the new couple be condemned by a jury of their peers, or live happily ever after? Sometimes forever doesn't come easy... Fans of Bella Andre, Kristan Higgins, and Susan Mallery will love the Summerville romance series, stories featuring sassy Southern women and the alpha males who love them. The Summerville Books: The Always a Bridesmaid Series Book 1: Betting on You Book 2: Keeping You Book 3: Wild for You Book 4: Catching You (A Summerville Short Story) Book 5: Taking You (A Summerville Novella) The Fire and Icing Series Book 1: Melt with You Book 2: Hot for You Book 3: Sweet to You Book 4: Perfect for You (A Summerville Short Story) Book 5: Saving You (A Summerville Novella/Short Story)
Twelve powerful works of fiction, including Pushkin's "The Overcoat," "Twenty-Six Men and a Girl" by Gorky, and "How Much Land Does a Man Need?" by Tolstoy, plus works by Gogol, Turgenev, more.
Author: Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Frederick Lewis Allen
Important American periodical dating back to 1850.
Author: John Bonner, George William Curtis, Henry Mills Alden, Samuel Stillman Conant, Montgomery Schuyler, John Foord, Richard Harding Davis, Carl Schurz, Henry Loomis Nelson, John Kendrick Bangs, George Brinton McClellan Harvey, Norman Hapgood
To Live in the Present, Let Go of the Past! Stop Being a Victim! Take Control of Your Life! Carol finds herself drawn to controlling, selfish men. She marries her college sweetheart, and her world spirals downward from there. Carol McKibben paints a picture of a women who has always allowed herself to be a victim, blaming others for her circumstances until one near-fatal night gives her the strength to take control of her own life...
Author: George Jacob Holyoake
"The History of the Fleet Street House": 20 p. at the end of v. 18.
Author: Charles William Wood
Author: John Crowley
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
"Dar Oakley -- the first Crow in all of Crow history with a name of his own -- was born two thousand years ago. He tells the story of his impossible lives and deaths to a man who has learned his language in this exquisite novel which unravels like a fireside fable, by award-winning author John Crowley. In Ka we see how young Dar Oakley went down into the human underworld long before Julius Caesar came into the Celtic lands, and there got hold of the immortality meant for humans; how he sailed West to America with the Irish monks searching for the Paradise of the Saints; how again and again he went down into the lands of the dead and returned. All these beings inhabit Ka, the realm of Crows, and dwell also in Ymr, the realm where -- as Dar Oakley learns -- what humans think is so, really is so, even though we could have so much more"--