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The Single Daddy Club Reece Book 3

Author: Donna Fasano
Publisher: Donna Fasano
ISBN: 1939000149
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***USA Today Bestselling Author*** The only remaining single guy in the Single Dad Club, Reece Newton. Marriage may be the answer for his buddies, but not for this contented father of one. Of course, the right woman could change his mind… Endangered Beauty - Woman in hiding, Maggie Dunlap. When someone ransacked her house and put her life in jeopardy, the lovely lady had nowhere to run—except into Reece's protective embrace. Eventual Bride? Against his better judgment, Reece offered Maggie a safe haven in his home. Her mere presence changed the lives of father and son more than he ever dreamed possible. But would Maggie ever get the bachelor dad to the altar?

Focus On Single Parent Families

Author: Annice D. Yarber
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313379505
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A groundbreaking collection of writings on the growing phenomenon of single-parent families in the United States, and how it impacts society as a whole. * 30 expert contributors—all highly accomplished experts—address a variety of issues related to the growing number of single-parent families in the United States * Bibliographic listings of references and additional readings conclude each chapter * Offers a complete index

Reproductive Health Psychology

Author: Olga B. A. van den Akker
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119967473
Size: 38.36 MB
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This volume provides a comprehensive, up-to-date theoretical and empirical background to the psychology of reproductive health. Provides a life span perspective of the psychology of reproductive health and its disorders, from menarche to menopause and reproductive health in older age Focuses on issues of the individual's reproductive health experience, including reproduction, pregnancy, maternity, and birth, as well as conditions such as PMDD, dysmenorrhea, and events including pregnancy failure, and abortion Acknowledges the wider social context with discussions of poverty, inequality, educational and economic status, age, and urban versus rural access Addresses life style related factors, human rights to choice, information and access, fertility control and reproductive health regulation and health care services Illustrates topics with empirical data supported with tables and figures

Single Dad Seeks A Wife

Author: Melanie Milburne
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459208501
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Making the doctor his bride Penhally Bay is a world away from everything Dr. Eloise Hayden knows. But this forensic specialist has come to Cornwall's coast to find justice. Gorgeous police inspector Lachlan D'Ancey partners with Eloise on the case and finds himself mesmerized by this stunning Australian. But he fears that his daughter will become embroiled in the investigation. He can't stand in the way of justice, but he's torn between his duty to his career, his duty to his only child and a newfound duty to the woman he's falling in love with. Eloise soon realizes that the single dad needs her help—together, they may be able to find an answer. Only then can Lachlan ask Eloise the most important question of all….

Christmas With The Single Dad

Author: Louisa Heaton
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488010005
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A family for Christmas! Veterinary surgeon Sydney Harper has avoided the festive season since she experienced a heartbreaking loss. But this year the gorgeous new doctor in town tempts her to step out of the darkness and into the Christmas lights! Nathan Jones's little girl, Anna, is everything to him, since his life-changing diagnosis left them alone in the world. Yet spending time with Sydney makes Nathan long to mend their broken hearts and to welcome her into his family—not just for Christmas, but forever!

Nanny In Hiding

Author: Patricia Kay
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459229517
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WELCOME TO MORGAN CREEK… …Population 5445, where Amy Jordan hoped to make a new life for herself and her young daughter, far from her vengeful ex-husband. So when the town's most eligible single father offered her a job as a live-in nanny to his two daughters, it was the answer to a prayer. Until her feelings for the sexy widower threatened to blow her cover. To Bryce Hathaway, hiring the captivating single mother was a win-win all around. Amy was great with kids and his sprawling extended family…not to mention the effect she was having on his libido. Somehow, he had to convince her to trust him with her secrets and take their love out of hiding for a future together worth any risk….

In Defense Of Single Parent Families

Author: Nancy E. Dowd
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814744249
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Single-parent families succeed. Within these families children thrive, develop, and grow, just as they do in a variety of family structures. Tragically, they must do so in the face of powerful legal and social stigma that works to undermine them. As Nancy E. Dowd argues in this bold and original book, the justifications for stigmatizing single-parent families are founded largely on myths, myths used to rationalize harshly punitive social policies. Children, in increasing numbers, bear the brunt of those policies. In this generation, more than two-thirds of all children will spend some time in a single-parent family before reaching age 18. The damage done in the name of justified stigma, therefore, harms a great many children. Dowd details the primary justifications for stigmatizing single-parent families, marshalling an impressive array of resources about single parents that portray a very different picture of these families. She describes them in all their forms, with particular attention to the differential treatment given never-married and divorced single parents, and to the impact of gender, race, and class. Emphasizing that all families face significant conflicts between work and family responsibilities, Dowd argues many two-parent families, in fact, function as single-parent caregiving households. The success or failure of families, she contends, has little to do with form. Many of the problems faced by single-parent families mirror problems faced by all families. Illustrating the harmful impact of current laws concerning divorce, welfare, and employment, Dowd makes a powerful case for centering policy around the welfare and equality of all children. A thought-provoking examination of the stereotypes, realities and possibilities of single-parent families, In Defense of Single-Parent Families asks us to consider the true purpose or goal of a family.