Unbridled

Author: Barbara McNally
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1452562830
Size: 59.64 MB
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There is no greater joy than the adventure of discovering who you really are and then living that life. Unbridled tells the story of Barbara McNally's impulsive liberation. Everyone believed Barbara was living the American Dream. She married her college sweetheart and seemed to have the perfect husband, the perfect family, the perfect home. Yet, she strayed and her matrimonial cookie crumbled. Following the lead of her adventurous late grandmother, she sets off to overcome her fears and find her independence. Along the way she discovers parts of herself that had been missing. Barbara realizes she'd created her own prison and that she alone holds the key. From Ireland to Jamaica, she dances with horsemen, communes with priestesses, and has an erotic encounter in an ancient castle. Sensual and soulful. Helpful and hilarious. Join Barbara on her remarkable journey of introspection and exploration as she discovers unbridled freedom.

Unbridled

Author: Diana Palmer
Publisher: HQN Books
ISBN: 1488095353
Size: 51.51 MB
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A lone wolf takes on the threat endangering everything he loves in an unforgettable story in the sensational Long, Tall Texans series Widowed Texas Ranger and single dad John Ruiz hardened his heart years ago. Day after day, he tracks the roughest criminals in the Lone Star State, leaving little room for love. So when John butts heads with the beautiful nurse who’s helping his young son, he’s floored by how quickly the sparks fly. Ever since her mother’s and brother’s brutal murders, Sunny Marlowe has devoted her life to helping save others. Adorable Tonio Ruiz is just another youngster she’s trying to help—or so she tells herself. Little does she know he’s John’s son. When her life comes under fire, can one mysterious rancher rescue her?

Unbridled

Author: Jude Dibia
Publisher: Jacana Media
ISBN: 1770095268
Size: 16.48 MB
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A somewhat regular village girl of exquisite beauty, Ngozi Akachi is haunted by the strange storm that ravages her village on the night of her birth, a story her mother would tell her repeatedly. After suffering various abuses by members of her family, she is sent to Lagos to live with an uncle. Once there she suffers cruelty from her aunt and forges a strange friendship with another girl, Tiffany Okoro, who comes from a different world all together. Embarking on a strange journey that eventually leads to England, she faces many trials until she finds her true voice.

Safe From The Sea

Author: Peter Geye
Publisher: Unbridled Books
ISBN: 1609530578
Size: 67.91 MB
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"Against the dramatic Northern Minnesota lakeshore, a son and his father reconnect thirty-five years after the father has survived the tragic wreck of a Great Lakes ore boat."--Back cover.

The Book Of Colors

Author: Raymond Barfield
Publisher: Unbridled Books
ISBN: 1609531167
Size: 80.27 MB
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How can a 19-year-old, mixed-race girl who grew up in a crack house and is now pregnant be so innocent? Yslea is full of contradictions, though, seeming both young and old, innocent and wise. Her spirit is surprising, given all the pain she has endured, and that's the counterpoint this story offers—while she sees pain and suffering all around her, Yslea overcomes in her own quiet way. What Yslea struggles with is expressing her thoughts. And she wonders if she will have something of substance to say to her baby. It's the baby growing inside her that begins to wake her up, that causes her to start thinking about things in a different way. Yslea drifts into the lives of four people who occupy three dilapidated row houses along the train tracks outside of Memphis: "The way their three little row houses sort of leaned in toward each other and the way the paint peeled and some of the windows were covered with cardboard, the row might as easily have been empty."

Unbridled

Author: Tori Carrington
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426837690
Size: 21.53 MB
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Carter Southard is cooling his heels in jail when classy attorney Laney Cartwright strides in on her mile-long legs to spring him. Uh-oh. This naughty bad boy's got even bigger trouble…. Because their attorney-client privilege is about to take a sizzling detour! The sex is hot and wild—totally unbridled! But scorching the sheets is all this guy from the wrong side of the tracks has in common with an uptown girl…right?

Unbridled

Author: Samantha Elphick
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1425984126
Size: 70.33 MB
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"Born in Brotherhood" is not about outlaw bikers. Far from it. It''s about the people who led America''s fight for liberty. It''s about their values and ingrained principles. It''s about the solemn vows that, with rare exception, molded their character. "Born In Brotherhood" makes the War for Independence come alive. It provides a brutally candid look at the embryonic struggles to achieve the American dream. But James E. McNabney''s book goes even further. By focusing on the Freemasons and revealing the Masonic vows taken by America''s most revered forefathers, "Born In Brotherhood" answers many of the attacks made upon this "secret" fraternity. Except for the days of King Solomon, the world has been besieged by partisan struggles, religious wars, and sophistry from every persuasion --and lately, some slanted documentary and even terrorism. "Born In Brotherhood" begs us to take a deeper look at what America stands for: principles that unite, not divide humanity; principles that remind us to oppose tyranny in any form. American forefathers sacrificed their lives and fortunes to form a new nation, constitutionally empowering people of every nationality, sect or opinion to live peacefully together without fear of injustice. "Born In Brotherhood" gives a small sample of the struggles, convictions and principles of our forefathers --principles that too many of us seem to have dangerously forgotten. Written from years of historic and Masonic research, "Born In Brotherhood" presents the reader with a generally unique and unexplored dimension to America''s beginnings

The Unmade World

Author: Steve Yarbrough
Publisher: Unbridled Books
ISBN: 1609531442
Size: 52.40 MB
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Set against a backdrop of the current political and cultural upheaval in the US and Eastern Europe, The Unmade World is a thoughtful, scope-y literary novel with a dose of suspense that moves from Poland to California to the Hudson Valley and back to Poland. It covers a decade in the lives of an American journalist and a Polish small businessman turned petty criminal and the wrenching aftermath of an accidental, tragic encounter between these two on a snowy night in 2006 on the outskirts of Krakow. The accident costs the lives of the American journalist Richard Brennan’s wife and daughter, an event that colors the rest of his life. It also leads to a downward spiral for Bogdan Baranowsk, leaving emotional scars as he suffers the seemingly inevitable loss of his business, his home, and his wife. The Unmade World is a story of ordinary, otherwise decent people from various backgrounds and circumstances who must learn how to live with the personal grief, sense of guilt, and the emotional consequences of violence. Along the way, the novel grapples with a spectrum of cultural and political issues. It includes a murder mystery wrapped around the corruption of major college sports, the pressures on immigrants and refugees in both the US and Poland, the fallout of political change, economic upheavals and armed conflicts--including the horrific destruction of Luhansk, Ukraine in 2014. It also references the 2016 presidential campaign, cultural politics in the American university, and the demise of print journalism, etc., though never in a dogmatic or overtly partisan way.

The Death Of Fidel Perez

Author: Elizabeth Huergo
Publisher: Unbridled Books
ISBN: 1609530969
Size: 43.32 MB
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On July 26, 2003, the 50th anniversary of the Moncada Army Barracks raid in Santiago de Cuba, something unexpected happens. When Fidel Pérez and his brother accidentally tumble to their deaths from their Havana balcony, the neighbors’ outcry, “Fidel has fallen,” is misinterpreted by those who hear it. The misinformation quickly ripples outward, and it reawakens the city. Three Cubans in particular are affected by the news—an elderly vagrant Saturnina, Professor Pedro Valle, and his student Camilo—all haunted by the past and now forced to confront a new future, perhaps another revolution. Their stories are beautifully intertwined as they converge in the frantic crowd that gathers in La Plaza de la Revolución. By turns humorous and deeply poignant, The Death of Fidel Pérez reflects on the broken promises of the Cuban Revolution and reveals the heart of a people with a long collective memory.

Unbridled

Author: Jill-Michele Lewis
Publisher: Fulton Books, Inc.
ISBN: 1633385248
Size: 59.28 MB
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Unbridled is a unique no-holds-barred perspective of life and what comes after. When diagnosed with a terminal illness, a flood of questions enters your mind. For each question, for each thought, there is an infinite number of responses. This book offers a glimpse, a kaleidoscope perspective, at the many ways to approach and interpret each one. It’s a collection of poems. It’s a story. It’s my story, it’s your story, and it begins and ends on every page. Come with me on this journey. Stay neither a step ahead nor a step behind. I promise no definitive answers for the here and now. I claim no proof of what is to come. I give no guarantee of the security of any particular direction. What I do offer you is an atlas of the many, many crossroads and off streets that create the map of life, scribed before you like an aerial view of your own home town, suddenly illuminated by a plethora of city lights. You will have no choice but to choose your own path. Follow the point of the compass till you encounter your own true north. I assure you of this: If you keep an open mind and a receptive heart … wherever that road leads you … it’s going to be a wild ride.