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Stormswept The Bold And The Beautiful

Author: Shannon Curtis
Publisher: Pan
ISBN: 1760080802
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Brand new stories with the characters you love from THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL She's jinxed when it comes to relationships. That's what Hope believes as she ends yet another engagement. She jumps at the chance to travel to Australia for a fashion shoot – even if that means getting up close and very personal with former flame, Oliver. For Oliver, a sailing trip in a tropical paradise is the opportunity to convince the woman he's always loved to give him a second chance. But when Hope and Oliver are caught in a storm and stranded on a desert island, they are soon battling the elements, and their passion for each other.

Sunset Love The Bold And The Beautiful

Author: Shannon Curtis
Publisher: Momentum
ISBN: 1743530226
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Thorne has turned his back on Forrester Creations and headed for his Texas ranch. Brooke is bereft. She is already feeling out of control and misses Thorne's guidance. Determined to convince him he has made a mistake, she visits the ranch. But there, she discovers a very different Thorne. Suddenly, everything she thought she knew about life – and love – is turned upside down.

Second Chances The Bold And The Beautiful

Author: Ros Baxter
Publisher: Momentum
ISBN: 1760080764
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Brand new stories with the characters you love from THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL. It's the anniversary of Phoebe's death and Steffy is overwhelmed by the memories of her twin. Rick knows just how Steffy is feeling. He, too, is thinking of Phoebe and the accident. When Liam sees Rick and Steffy comforting each other, he is furious and demands that Steffy choose either Rick or him. Brooke tells Rick that Steffy will break his heart. Steffy's head is spinning with all their words as she jumps on her motorbike and speeds away. Are they right? Is she dangerous to anyone who gets close to her?

Collision Course The Bold And The Beautiful

Author: Shannon Curtis
Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Aus.
ISBN: 1743515421
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Brand new stories with the characters you love from THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL. Bill can't get the plane crash out of his head. Flashbacks and nightmares plague his sleep, and his only escape is a bottle of Scotch. He's fooled everyone with his bravado—everyone except Taylor, who realizes he has post-traumatic stress disorder. She tricks him into accompanying her to a PTSD clinic and, slowly, Bill begins to see that he needs Taylor's help. Brooke is furious they are spending so much time together. How dare Bill confide in Taylor, not her! For Bill is finding Taylor – a woman who seems to be his antithesis – generous and loving. But can Taylor ever trust Bill with her heart?

Stormswept

Author: Katherine Kincaid
Publisher: Zebra Books
ISBN: 9780821733653
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Forty Thousand Miles Over Land And Water The Journal Of A Tour Through The British Empire And America

Author: Lady Ethel Gwendoline Vincent
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465610901
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As we drove over the rough streets of New York in the early hours of Sunday morning, it appeared as a city of the dead. There was no sign of life as our horses toiled along Broadway and up Fifth Avenue to the Buckingham Hotel, where we had secured rooms. This hotel, though comfortable, had the disadvantage of being too far up town for short sojourners, but it has the merit of being conducted on the European system—that is, the rooms and meals are charged for separately. The American plan is to make an inclusive charge of from four to five dollars a day, and it is often troublesome only being able to have meals in the dining-room between certain hours. Besides, it is pleasant to be able to visit the restaurants of New York, which are admirable, and equal, if not superior to those of Paris. Delmonico's, where we dined one evening, is particularly excellent. We were glad when eleven o'clock came and we could go to St. Thomas' Church, close by. It is one of the most frequented of the many beautiful churches of all denominations in New York, and of very fine interior proportions. Upon the dark oak carving is reflected in many hues the rich stained glass. The service was rendered according to the ritual of the English Church, which is followed by the Episcopal Church of America. They succeed in America in uniting a non-ceremonial service with a bright and hearty one. We listened to a very powerful sermon on St. Paul on the Hill of Mars, in which the eloquent preacher boldly declared that the political honesty of the Athenians 2000 years ago was superior to that of the United States of to-day. On our way back we went into the Roman Catholic Cathedral, which was just opposite to our windows at the "Buckingham," a very large marble building, but still unfinished. We found four reporters waiting at the hotel to "interview" my husband. He had eluded them on the landing-stage, but they would take no denial here, and we were much harassed by others in the course of the day. Our luggage arrived at noon. It is almost a necessity to employ the Express Company for the conveyance of "baggage" throughout America, as the hackney carriages and hotel omnibuses are not prepared to take it. The charges are very high, and it is often extremely inconvenient having to wait two, three, or even four hours for it, after arrival in a town. The geography of New York is exceedingly simple, and is followed in nearly every American city. "Avenues" traverse the length of the town, which are called first, second, or third avenues, and the "streets" which intersect them are also numbered consecutively, so that you have—Third Street, Fifth Avenue, and know that it is the third street from the commencement of Fifth Avenue.