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Ella S Triple Pleasure

Author: Anna Lores
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
ISBN: 1509213317
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It takes three men to satisfy one woman’s needs… Single mom and massage therapist Ella Winthrop isn’t looking for a relationship. She has enough problems without risking a business that barely meets her needs. Then her world is turned upside down by three men, each offering something she isn’t prepared for—love so deep it hurts, sex so hot she’s afraid she’ll melt from the pleasure, and a future beyond her wildest dreams. Steamy businessman Cade Jackson has it all—money, looks, a giving heart, and a dominant nature—but Ella refuses to date a client even if she’s lusted after him for a year. After his brother’s death, Garrett Winthrop moves back to town opening old wounds and even darker fantasies. Dr. Derek McGregor gives her balance and understanding that speaks to her soul. All three men force Ella to question the limits of a traditional relationship.

Triple Trouble

Author: Lois Faye Dyer
Publisher: Silhouette
ISBN: 1426829809
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As financial analyst for the Fortune foundation, Nicholas Fortune was used to crunching numbers—not changing diapers. But when he learned he'd just become temporary guardian—to triplets!—the overwhelmed new father needed to find a nanny, pronto. Charlene London was the answer to the Texas bachelor's prayers, even if she couldn't see it. And though it took no time for the three baby girls to steal Charlene's heart, their substitute dad was another story. Because her sexy boss was strictly off-limits, even if her job was just temporary. Unless he made her another offer—one she couldn't refuse….

Die Vierzig Geheimnisse Der Liebe

Author: Elif Shafak
Publisher: Kein & Aber AG
ISBN: 3036992235
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Ella ist vierzig Jahre alt, hat einen Ehemann, drei Kinder im Teenageralter und ein schönes Zuhause in einer amerikanischen Kleinstadt. Eigentlich sollte sie glücklich sein, in ihrem Herzen breitet sich aber eine Leere aus, die früher von Liebe gefüllt war. Als Gutachterin für eine Literaturagentur taucht sie tief in einen Roman über den Sufi-Dichter und Mystiker Rumi und die vierzig ewigen, geheimnisvollen Regeln der Liebe ein. Trotz der Ansiedlung im 13. Jahrhundert scheint ihr der Roman immer mehr eine Spiegelung ihrer eigenen Geschichte zu sein. Zusehends distanziert von ihrem Ehemann, beginnt Ella, ihr bisheriges Leben zu hinterfragen. Sie besucht den Verfasser des Buches, Aziz Zahara, mit dem sie sich schriftlich schon rege und sehr persönlich ausgetauscht hat - und erfährt eine derart grundlegende persönliche Veränderung, wie sie es sich nie hätte ausmalen können.

Nineteenth Century British Music Studies

Author: Bennett Zon
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780754606413
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These articles are taken from the Second Biennial Conference for Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain, held at the University of Durham. The topics covered include: a study of music in late-19th-century English monasteries; works on psalmody and on Cathedral music at Durham, Westminster and Christ Church, Dublin; opera and oratorio; issues of reception and performance; nationalist and political sentiment in music; art and poetry and their relation to music; and the variation tradition in British instrumental musical at the end of the 19th century. One of the main objectives of this series is to place music in the context of 19th-century Britain - in other words, to show how music formed an influence not only within its own sphere, but also within other artistic and cultural activities of the period.

Empress Marie Therese And Music At The Viennese Court 1792 1807

Author: John A. Rice
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521825122
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This is a study of the musical activities of Empress Marie Therese, one of the most important patrons in the Vienna of Haydn and Beethoven. Building on extensive archival research, including many documents published here for the first time, John A. Rice describes Marie Therese's activities as commissioner, collector and performer of music, and explores the rich and diverse musical culture that she fostered at court. This book, which will be of interest to musicologists, historians of artistic patronage and taste, and practitioners of women's studies, elucidates this remarkable woman's relations with a host of professional musicians, including Haydn, and argues that she played a significant and hitherto unsuspected role in the inception of one of the era's greatest masterpieces, Beethoven's Fidelio. Other composers discussed include Domenico Cimarosa, Joseph Eybler, Michael Haydn, Johann Simon Mayr, Ferdinando Paer, Antonio Salieri, Joseph Weigl and Paul Wranitzky.