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Putting Out Old Flames

Author: Allyson Charles
Publisher: Lyrical Shine
ISBN: 1601836031
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TOO HOT TO HANDLE Jane Willoughby has a temper. Sure, in her day job answering calls for 911, she can keep her head no matter what the emergency. But when her ex appears on her doorstep on her first sick day in years, expecting her to act happy he’s her co-chair for the annual fireman’s ball, she feels a little righteous wrath is justified. Chance McGovern broke up with her with a greeting card, for crying out loud. He doesn’t get to just sprout some washboard abs and put on a uniform and behave like any other tasty firefighter. Jane has no idea what’s happened to Chance in the last nine years—and no interest in finding out. Not even a teeny-tiny spark. No matter how hot he is. Or how well he remembers the little things that make her laugh, and cry, and spontaneously combust. And she’s going to be working with him one-on-one. At least there’s a fireman on call . . .

Why Did It Have To Be You

Author: Allyson Charles
Publisher: Lyrical Shine
ISBN: 1601836074
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DISORDER IN THE COURT . . . Connie Wilkerson has worked her butt off to go from heartbroken paralegal with a drinking problem to becoming Pineville, Michigan’s fiercest new lawyer. But she’s still short on luck. Exhibit A: her very first case is against bad-boy contractor David Carelli. Carelli has been a thorn in Connie’s side since high school, getting away with whatever he dreams up. He’s blond, handsome, and he dresses like a model. But everyone in town knows he cuts corners. Just the way he looks at her really gets Connie’s goat. She’s going to get him into chambers and settle the smug right out of him. There’s just one problem. Exhibit B: Their supposedly hostile negotiations are turning hot instead. Now the jury is out on whether a second chance is recommended . . .

The Christmas Wedding Swap

Author: Allyson Charles
Publisher: Lyrical Shine
ISBN: 1601836090
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SOMETIMES YOU GET WHAT YOU NEED . . . Allison Stuart has always been the odd-woman-out of her family. She wears her jeans a little too tight, colors her hair a little too blonde, and instead of going into medicine and law like her sisters, she runs a diner. She’s also the only single sibling left. And while she won’t change her style, and her meatloaf is to die for, thank you very much, she wouldn’t mind her share of wedded bliss. So she makes an early New Year’s resolution: No more meaningless flings. Drop-dead sexy Luke Hamilton is everything Allison has sworn off. His only serious relationship has been with his five-star restaurant, Le Cygne Noir, in Chicago. When he’s threatened by a lawsuit, Luke decides to hide out in Pineville, Michigan, until the statute of limitations runs out. The small town is filled with Christmas charm, but he can’t imagine living there. Heating things up with the hottie who owns the local diner would make his exile bearable—if he can convince her to give up her ridiculous resolution . . .

For Molly

Author: Vicki L. Allen
Publisher: Magnolia Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780967488035
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For Molly is a contemporary fiction novel with southern flair, set in multiple locations around the Deep South; beginning in central Louisiana, progressing to the pristine white shores of Florida's Emerald Coast, then detouring through the campus of Northeast Louisiana University before settling down for a spell in present day Oklahoma City It is a story of friendship, love and loss; centered around the book's heroine, Ashley Stewart. She is a typical small-town girl, feisty, strong, and independent, secure in the love of her family, and surrounded by a close-knit circle of lifelong friends. When a speeding truck erases the only truth she's ever known, Ashley flees her hometown, denying her past, ultimately meeting up with the one man who holds the key to her destiny.

Bearing Light Flame Relays And The Struggle For The Olympic Movement

Author: John J. Macaloon
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317968905
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In recent decades, five to ten times as many persons have turned out for the Olympic flame relay as have watched Olympic sports contests live. Flame Relays and the Struggle for the Olympic Movement: Bearing Light, the first anthropological analysis of the contemporary torch relay, exposes and interprets the transformation of the ritual across a 25-year period, from Los Angeles 1984 through the IOC’s 2009 announcement that, in the aftermath of the politically contentious Beijing performance, there will be no more global relays. This volume offers a rare case study of continuity and change in a leading transnational and trans-cultural ritual form. Through data publicly revealed for the first time, the reader is carried fully backstage and into the conflicts and negotiations among Olympic organizing committees, the Greek Olympic movement, national governments, and transnational actors like the IOC, commercial sponsors, and operations management firms. Readers will come to know the leading flame relay authorities and practitioners, gaining a deeper understanding of the Olympic managerial revolution with its characteristic ‘world’s best practice’ language. Analysis of the transnational flow of Olympic operations management offers important corrections to much existing globalization theory by demonstrating both how powerful and how culturally and politically parochial world’s best practices can turn out to be. The dialectic between the cultural performance genres of ritual and spectacle provides a further intellectual architecture for these studies posing the question of whether the Olympic Movement will be able to survive the successes of the Olympic Sports Industry. This book was previously published as a special issue of Sport in Society.

The Flame

Author: Steve Barr
Publisher: William Morrow & Co
ISBN: 9780688065577
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The author describes his experiences as an advance man for the Olympic torch runners relay and the spontaneous love and patriotism--not generated by the powers of the media that he witnessed across America

South Of Resurrection

Author: Jonis Agee
Publisher: Viking Press
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Single again at thirty-six, Moline Bedwell returns to the small town of Resurrection, Missouri, to sell her parents' home, joins the fight to save her relatives' farm, and falls prey to an old flame. 12,500 first printing. Tour.