Harlequin Love Inspired September 2016 Box Set 2 Of 2

Author: Arlene James
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488023018
Size: 73.50 MB
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Love Inspired brings you three new titles! Enjoy these uplifting contemporary romances of faith, forgiveness and hope. THE RANCHER'S HOMECOMING The Prodigal Ranch Arlene James Rex Billings has come home to Straight Arrow Ranch to help his ailing father, and is in desperate need of a housekeeper. With her fine cooking, single mom Callie Deviner seems the perfect candidate—for the job and to be his partner for life. FALLING FOR THE SINGLE DAD Lisa Carter Single dad Weston Clark is taken aback when his daughter forms an instant bond with veterinarian Caroline Duer. As they work together to save a wounded sea turtle, can the former coast guard commander make room in his life for a new wife? HER TEXAS HERO Texas Sweetheart Kat Brookes Single mom Audra Marshall realizes that her fresh start means accepting Carter Cooper's help in fixing up her new house—so she trades home-cooked meals for labor. But can she exchange the hurts from her past for a new chance at forever? Join HarlequinMyRewards.com to earn FREE books and more. Earn points for all your Harlequin purchases from wherever you shop.

The Matter Of Desire

Author: Edmundo Paz Soldan
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0547798016
Size: 67.32 MB
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The Matter of Desire is the story of Pedro, a Bolivian-American political scientist who teaches at a university in upstate New York. Having become entangled in an erotically charged romance with Ashley, a beautiful red-headed graduate student, he returns to Bolivia to seek answers to his own life by investigating the mysteries of his father's past. Trapped between two cultures, Pedro ultimately finds himself in an existential dilemma of tragic dimensions. The Matter of Desire combines elements of the political thriller and the family mystery with a torrid illicit love affair and brilliantly elucidates the complex relationship between Latin America and the United States.

Total Instructional Alignment

Author: Lisa Carter
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
ISBN: 1934009911
Size: 25.11 MB
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This book is a teachers’ and administrators’ guide for implementing and sustaining an educational system that ensures students are taught and learn what is required by benchmarks, assessments, and state standards, and to the learning needs of each individual student. This is accomplished by providing a tight alignment between the intended, taught, and tested curricula.

The Matchmaker Brides Collection

Author: Diana Lesire Brandmeyer
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 168322017X
Size: 38.18 MB
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Nine Meddling Matchmakers Find Love When They Least Expect It Meet nine women of the late 1800s who have found themselves in the role of matchmaker. They think they have mastered the art of recognizing romantic potential in others, but when it comes to their own lives they have been unlucky in love. In small communities from Tennessee to Colorado, Wyoming to Indiana, love unexpectedly enters the women’s lives with men they never imagined marrying. But what will it take to get these ladies to say “I do”? Home Grown Bride by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer 1876–Lebanon, Illinois Emmie Mueller thinks the only way to leave Illinois and join her family in Kansas is to play matchmaker to the boarders who stand in the way of her grandmother selling her house. But tables are turned when the boarders attempt to match her with the newest man in town, Landon Knipp. The Unmatched Bride by Amanda Cabot 1886–Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory When a confirmed spinster matchmaker accepts an unusual assignment and helps a wealthy widower choose the right mate for his daughter, more than one couple finds true love. Playing Possum by Lisa Carter 1895–Possum Trot, WY Hoping to outplay, outwit, and outlast the Possum Trot matchmakers during the harvest festival, Cage Cooper proposes a pretend engagement to suffragette Theodosia Holland. Trouble is—in playing possum, they both may have gotten far more than they bargained for. Hog Trough Bride by Ramona K. Cecil 1882–Honeytown, Indiana Hoping to save her older sister from the humiliation of having to dance in the hog trough—a local custom when a younger sister beats her older sister to the altar—an aspiring bride engages in multiple matchmaking attempts with chaotic and surprising results. The Tinman’s Match by Lynn A. Coleman 1880–On the road from Virginia to Tennessee Josephine Woodley is surprised to find Xander Russell, a matchmaker, is an honorable man. Can she soften his tin heart enough for him to consider a match of his own? Miss Matched by Susanne Dietze 1879–Emerald, Colorado Brainy Grace Perkins applies scientific principles to play matchmaker for the singles in her small town. However, her hypothesis leaves out God’s role and matters of the heart, creating tangled results. The Backfired Bride by Kim Vogel Sawyer 1889–Friendly, Kansas Can a pair of single, inexperienced but well-meaning young people convince an older man and woman that marriage is better than remaining alone? Sing of the Mercy by Connie Stevens 1876–Black Hills of Dakota Territory A newly-elected mayor teams up with a hash house cook to turn a mining camp into a brand new town. Will they be able to transform the rough-edged miners into gentlemen, persuading prospective brides to consider matrimony? A Match Made in Heaven by Liz Tolsma 1885–Detwiler, Iowa Pastor Len Montgomery receives an unusual letter that turns him into the matchmaker he never wanted to be. But the match he most wants to make, the one with the town’s sweet and charming postmistress, may be out of his reach.

The House Of Impossible Loves

Author: Cristina López Barrio
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0547661193
Size: 59.25 MB
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Cursed to suffer tragic love affairs and give birth to equally cursed daughters, a family of women in 20th-century Spain and France and their colorful inner circle watch over a youngest daughter's passionate affair with a landowner who leaves her pregnant and determined to make redemptive changes. 30,000 first printing.

The Rancher S Homecoming

Author: Arlene James
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488007454
Size: 54.45 MB
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Winning the Widow's Love Rex Billings hires young widow Callie Deviner as a housekeeper to help care for his ailing father and rambling home. He only intends to run Straight Arrow Ranch temporarily—soon enough he'll head back to the city he loves. But there's something about Callie—and it's not just her delicious cooking and adorable baby daughter. Callie is drawn to her good-looking and protective boss, too, but her overbearing dad already has a new husband picked out for her. Can she stand up to her father, and make Rex see that her future lies within his arms?

The Bachelor S Unexpected Family

Author: Lisa Carter
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488018693
Size: 15.91 MB
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Second Chance Family Young widow Kristina Montgomery moves to Kiptohanock, Virginia, hoping it will give her and her teenage son, Gray, a fresh start. She longs for the peace and quiet only a small town can provide. But her plans are thwarted by her new neighbor, Canyon Collier, a former Coast Guard pilot and a crop duster. Gray is instantly drawn to the pilot and his teenage niece, Jade—and Kristina's not far behind. She and Canyon are soon bonding over parenting their charges and their spark becomes undeniable. Could it be that the spirited pilot is just what Kristina needs to teach her heart to soar again?

Second Chance Amish Bride

Author: Marta Perry
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488018650
Size: 52.46 MB
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An Amish Nanny Caring for her late cousin's young kinder is Jessie Miller's duty—even if it means seeing their father again. Years ago, she thought Caleb King might be her husband—until he met her cousin and Jessie's dream was cut short. Laid up with a broken leg and a demanding dairy farm, Caleb needs her. But Caleb wants no woman around…and no reminder of the wife who abandoned her family before her death. Especially since he fears Jessie will throw a wrench in his plan to remain a single dad. She's gentle and kind, and if Caleb isn't careful, she may be just what his little Amish family needs.

His Secret Alaskan Heiress

Author: Belle Calhoune
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488018677
Size: 74.78 MB
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Small-Town Secrets For heiress Sophie Mattson, moving to remote Love, Alaska, offers her a chance to find people who care about her—not her wealth. The townsfolk quickly take Sophie under their wing, but it's handsome newcomer and cook Noah Catalano who inspires dreams of home and family. Sophie fears her ruse may drive a wedge between them…but she doesn't know the real reason Noah is in Alaska. Hired by Sophie's ex-fiancé to keep tabs on her, undercover private investigator Noah is falling for his assignment. Is it too late to overcome this double deception, or can Love make a believer of them both?

Cuba On The Verge

Author: Leila Guerriero
Publisher: Ecco
ISBN: 9780062661074
Size: 32.77 MB
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Spanning politics and art, music and baseball, Cuba on the Verge is a timely look at a society’s profound transformation—from inside and out Change looms in Cuba. Just ninety miles from United States shores yet inaccessible to most Americans until recently, Cuba fascinates as much as it confounds. Images of the Buena Vista Social Club, wild nights at the Tropicana, classic cars, and bearded rebels clinching cigars only scrape the surface of Cuba’s complex history and legacy. As the US and Cuba move toward the normalization of diplomatic relations after an epic fifty-six-year standoff, we find ourselves face-to-face with one of the few places in the world that has been off limits to most Americans. We know that Cuba is changing, but from what and into what? And what does this change mean for the Cuban people as well as for the rest of the world? Standing on both sides of the divide, twelve of our most celebrated writers investigate this period of momentous transition in Cuba on the Verge. These essays span the spectrum, from Carlos Manuel Álvarez’s story of being among the last generation of Cubans to be raised under Fidel Castro to Patricia Engel’s look at how Cuba’s capital has changed through her years of riding across it with her taxi driver friend; from The New Yorker’s Jon Lee Anderson (who traveled with President Obama on the first trip to Cuba by an American president since the twenties) on being a foreigner in Cuba during the Special Period to Francisco Goldman on the Tropicana, then and now, to Leonardo Padura on the religion that is Cuban baseball. Cuba on the Verge is the definitive account of—and a unique glimpse at—a moment of upheaval and reinvention whose effects promise to reverberate across years and nations.