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Honor S Promise

Author: Sharon Sala
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1460391667
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Don’t miss the chance to read the novels that launched New York Times bestselling author Sharon Sala’s career. WAS SHE RIGHT TO TRUST THIS STRANGER? For Honor O’Brien, home had always been Charlie’s All-Night Truck Stop, where weary drivers were sure to find the best barbecue in West Texas. But, with the recent death of her mother, Charlotte, aka Charlie, Honor knew that Charlie’s would never be the same, and neither would her life. One night, with the grief too much to bear, Honor hid between two huge rigs in the parking lot and burst into tears. A second later she realized she wasn’t alone. She was being watched by a handsome stranger who barely hesitated before pulling her into his arms and offering her the warm comfort of his embrace. After the long trip from Colorado, Trace Logan couldn’t believe his good fortune. He’d been sent here to find Honor O’Brien. And, like magic, the long-legged beauty with a glorious black jumble of curls had fallen into his arms. He had found his woman. Now, if he could only get her back to Colorado without a struggle…

Sara S Angel

Author: Sharon Sala
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1460391624
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Don’t miss the chance to read the novels that launched New York Times bestselling author Sharon Sala’s career. THE THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE… Sara Beaudry knew the note from her brother, Roger, was a matter of life and death. Without a moment’s hesitation she walked out on her career, traded her car for a motorcycle and rode off into the Texas sunset. Roger’s message had been clear: If she wanted to stay alive, she had to find his former partner, Mackenzie Hawk, who was living somewhere in Oklahoma’s Kiamichi Mountains, and she had to find him fast. The roar of a motorcycle engine was an alien sound in the Kiamichi night. Hawk watched in disbelief as the Harley-Davidson spun into his yard and its frozen driver collapsed in his arms. What was a woman—a gorgeous woman at that—doing on his mountain in the middle of the night? She claimed she needed his help and that his old partner had sent her, but as far as Hawk was concerned, those days were gone. He’d left undercover work for good, and nothing was going to make him go back to it, not even a tall, leggy redhead who made his blood run hotter than it had in years.

Gentle Persuasion

Author: Sharon Sala
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1460391640
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Don’t miss the chance to read the novels that launched New York Times bestselling author Sharon Sala’s career. WHOSE SIDE WAS SHE REALLY RUNNING TO? Debbie Randall told herself her trip from California to Oklahoma was an errand of mercy. Her best friend’s father had broken his leg in a car crash, and she had offered to help him out while he recovered. But, deep down inside, she knew that something else—or, rather, someone else—was behind her offer. While she was helping Morgan Brownfield recuperate, she would have a chance to spend time with his son, Cole. Since the day she’d met him last summer, she hadn’t been able to forget the tall, quiet cop with the solemn eyes. She’d fallen for him, and she wasn’t about to let love slip through her fingers just because he lived halfway across the country. Cole was wary from the minute Debbie arrived. He’d faced stakeouts and drug busts without fear, but this woman had single-handedly sent him running for cover. He’d chosen to lead a solitary life for a reason, and there was no way on earth he was going to let her weaken his resolve. The problem was, his heart had other ideas.

Royal S Child

Author: Sharon Sala
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488095795
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Coming soon! Royal's Child by Sharon Sala will be available Dec 18, 2017.

Little Bee

Author: Chris Cleave
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416589643
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Presents a tale of a precarious friendship between an illegal Nigerian refugee and a recent widow from suburban London, a story told from the alternating and disparate perspectives of both women.

Dance Across The Usa

Author: Jonathan Givens
Publisher: EPS Publishing
ISBN: 9780692953709
Size: 40.66 MB
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Dance Across the USA is a collection of dancers from all over America, helping to showcase what is beautiful and inspiring in this country. Covering 22,264 miles, 163 Dancers, 90 consecutive days, 56 locations, & 50 states, Master Photographer Jonathan Givens created this project to show what really makes up America. Diversity that exists both in the physical landscape, and in the dancers who make America their home.The photographs in this book are real. The dancers actually did what you see, in the places shown. The skies are real, the landscape is real, even the dirty feet, are real. There is no digital compositing here, nor are there any trampolines or wires. Using only Canon cameras and flashes, Jonathan quite literally went to the ends of the nation, to work with dancers ranging from 5 to 61. Professionals and amateurs, students and teachers, boys and girls, cat lovers and dog lovers, everyone and anyone was welcome. Over 3000 dancers applied to be a part of the project, and those selected for the book reflect not only the range of what makes up dance in America, but they also showed a love for this country and its wonders.Dance Across the USA is a fun, beautiful, and inspirational look at America ¿ both its places and its people. It is our differences and our diversity that combine to make us all Americans. From the sandy Florida beaches to the rugged Washington coast, the glaciers of Alaska to Death Valley in California, diversity is the hallmark of what literally makes up America. That diversity is reflected in our citizens, and our dancers. Join Jonathan and the Mighty Buford, as they make this historic journey, that no one has ever been crazy enough to try before.

Art Of Atari

Author: Tim Lapetino
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
ISBN: 1524101060
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Atari is one of the most recognized names in the world. Since its formation in 1972, the company pioneered hundreds of iconic titles including Asteroids, Centipede, and Missile Command. In addition to hundreds of games created for arcades, home video systems, and computers, original artwork was specially commissioned to enhance the Atari experience, further enticing children and adults to embrace and enjoy the new era of electronic entertainment. The Art of Atari is the first official collection of such artwork. Sourced from private collections worldwide, this book spans over 40 years of the company's unique illustrations used in packaging, advertisements, catalogs, and more. Co-written by Robert V. Conte and Tim Lapetino, The Art of Atari includes behind-the-scenes details on how dozens of games featured within were conceived of, illustrated, approved (or rejected), and brought to life! Includes a special Foreword by New York Times bestseller Ernest Cline author of Armada and Ready Player One, soon to be a motion picture directed by Steven Spielberg. Whether you're a fan, collector, enthusiast, or new to the world of Atari, this book offers the most complete collection of Atari artwork ever produced!

Women In The Geosciences

Author: Mary Anne Holmes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119067855
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Read an interview with the author: "Working Toward Gender Parity in the Geosciences" The geoscience workforce has a lower proportion of women compared to the general population of the United States and compared to many other STEM fields. This volume explores issues pertaining to gender parity in the geosciences, and sheds light on some of the best practices that increase participation by women and promote parity. Volume highlights include: • Lessons learned from NSF-ADVANCE • Data on gender composition of faculty at top earth science institutions in the US • Implicit bias and gender as a social structure • Strategies for institutional change • Dual career couples • Family friendly policies • Role of mentoring • Career advancement for women • Recruiting diverse faculty • Models of institutional transformation Women in the Geosciences is a valuable contribution to the existing literature on gender issues in STEM disciplines. It focuses specifically on the geosciences, with a goal to spreading awareness on the best practices for gender parity in academic geoscience departments. Geoscientists, policymakers, educators and administrators could all greatly benefit from the contents of this volume.

Stiffed

Author: Susan Faludi
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062038257
Size: 40.45 MB
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One of the most talked-about books of last year, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Backlash now explores the collapse of traditional masculinity that has left men feeling betrayed. With Backlash in 1991, Susan Faludi broke new ground when she put her finger directly on the problem bedeviling women, and the light of recognition dawned on millions of her readers: what's making women miserable isn't something they're doing to themselves in the name of independence. It's something our society is doing to women. The book was nothing less than a landmark. Now in Stiffed, the author turns her attention to the masculinity crisis plaguing our culture at the end of the '90s, an era of massive layoffs, "Angry White Male" politics, and Million Man marches. As much as the culture wants to proclaim that men are made miserable--or brutal or violent or irresponsible--by their inner nature and their hormones, Faludi finds that even in the world they supposedly own and run, men are at the mercy of cultural forces that disfigure their lives and destroy their chance at happiness. As traditional masculinity continues to collapse, the once-valued male attributes of craft, loyalty, and social utility are no longer honored, much less rewarded. Faludi's journey through the modern masculine landscape takes her into the lives of individual men whose accounts reveal the heart of the male dilemma. Stiffed brings us into the world of industrial workers, sports fans, combat veterans, evangelical husbands, militiamen, astronauts, and troubled "bad" boys--whose sense that they've lost their skills, jobs, civic roles, wives, teams, and a secure future is only one symptom of a larger and historic betrayal.