Keep Me Going

Keep Me Going
Author: Mia Ford
Publsiher: Mia Ford
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2019-12-13
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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Seattle meant safety. A new start for me and my little girl. I didn’t anticipate falling for a new guy. Especially not my boss. It was the dream job – in a city miles from that asshole, my ex. I just wanted to get on and work, make a fresh start. But Alex is the kind of guy you can feel in a room. Perfect body, dark tousled hair that begs for my fingers to entwine in the curls. Sultry blue eyes that send electric shocks to my core. Nah-ah. We’re not going there girl. I’ve got baggage – the perfect kid… and her abusive dad. I don’t need the complications of an office romance. But… what if this man is my future? When the shit hits the fan, he picks me up. When the calls start, and danger stalks me, will his love keep me going?

Just Keep Going

Just Keep Going
Author: Sarah H. Nielsen
Publsiher: Xulon Press
Total Pages: 186
Release: 2011-08-01
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9781606474495

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"A powerful and beautiful story of the strength of a mother's faith, an inspiration for everyone, filled with hope and love." --Anne D. Meyer, past President of Nancy Reagan's National Family Partnership and drug strategy advisor to President George H.W. Bush "Just Keep Going is an insightful and practical devotional, showing the unwavering love of a mother and her journey through the pain of a son struggling with an addiction. Sarah's personal experience shows how you, too, can let go of regret and blame, holding onto the wisdom, strength and comfort of God's Word." --Pam DeRosa, President and co-founder of the InFormed Foundation (eating disorder education) and nationally-known author, speaker and radio show host "What lies between the covers of this book is the gut wrenching story of a mothers' love, anchored in a faith that challenges her reality of who God is and what He promises. Listen to Sarah's conversation with God as she battles for her son. This story belongs to me. It has been my reality." --Elizabeth Neary, nurse and the mother of a son in recovery from addiction "This book is powerful, encouraging and inspirational. You will be deeply touched by Sarah's determination to listen to God while going through circumstances that have devastated many families." --Sandi Lybert, co-founder of Your Choice and program coordinator for Addiction Resource Council Sarah Nielsen is a wife and mother of three. As a parent speaker with Your Choice, a drug education, prevention and awareness program, she shares her knowledge and experience with students, parents and teachers. Sarah also manages a publishing company in Wisconsin.

Christmas at Emelia s

Christmas at Emelia s
Author: Lexi Buchanan
Publsiher: HFCA Publishing House
Total Pages: 300
Release: 2020-12-14
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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This Christmas join the De La Fuentes and McKenzies in Blossom Creek as they celebrate the grand opening of Emelia’s Restaurant. Over twenty years after Levi De La Fuente's parents opened the first Emelia’s, Levi and his cousin Ryan are getting ready to open a second location. Emma De La Fuente manages the first Emelia’s in Essex, Vermont for her parents. She’s in town to assist her brother and cousin in getting the new restaurant ready for its grand opening. However, she didn’t plan on the strong attraction she feels toward the town Sheriff. The man with his sweet words and heated looks has managed to derail her plans on returning home. While his sister is distracted, Levi finds himself in need of rescuing from a rather embarrassing situation. Luckily for him, Vivien Taylor, owner of Temptations, Blossom Creek’s handmade chocolate store, appears just at the right time. If only he didn’t crave the sweet woman, then maybe, this situation wouldn’t be so awkward. Blossom Creek just might be warm enough to melt the snow this holiday season.

Baggage

Baggage
Author: Emily Barr
Publsiher: Headline
Total Pages: 300
Release: 2010-11-11
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9780755381630

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At eighteen, your closest friend commits suicide. At twenty-nine, you're backpacking in the Australian outback when you see her. She has a husband. She has a ten-year-old son. She has a baby on the way. She claims to be someone else. But you'd recognise her anywhere. Back in England you tell your journalist boyfriend. While he never knew her, he always knew of her - her name is Daisy Fraser and she was awaiting trial over the deaths of four people when she jumped off the Severn Bridge. He thinks: This could be the scoop of the century. He says: Happy Christmas - I'm taking you to Australia to find Daisy.

Law Notes

Law Notes
Author: Abraham Williams
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1913
Genre: Law
ISBN: UOM:35112100190927

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A Savage Presence

A Savage Presence
Author: WL Knightly
Publsiher: BrixBaxter Publishing
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2020-10-23
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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Now that Connor Cohen is dead, Silas Cohen is free to live the life he wants. But there are still two men in the way. When Enzo Juarez tries to make a new deal with Fiona, her good intentions get the best of her and she unexpectedly puts Silas in danger. Can Alex’s connections save them this time? All bets are off when it’s every man for themselves in this series’ finale.

Dreaming of Hope Street

Dreaming of Hope Street
Author: Eder Holguin
Publsiher: Eder Holguin
Total Pages: 285
Release: 2013-11-19
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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From Living On The Street To Becoming A Successful Entrepreneur Today, nearing forty, Eder is a successful New York entrepreneur in the online media industry and CEO of a digital marketing company. However, as a kid in the mid ’80s, he fled a frightening home life and wound up living for years on the streets of Medellin, Colombia. It was a dicey existence, in what was described during this era as the 'most dangerous place on earth'. where international drug lords like Pablo Escobar ruled, where you could be shot for looking at the wrong guy the wrong way. Dreaming of Hope Street is the story of how he went from living in the streets to become a successful entrepreneur. The book is in the classic Coming-of-Age tradition, and proves that, though life can be ugly and brutal, even the most disadvantaged can overcome the odds and find happiness, their own Hope Street. The narrative steps along and rings with authenticity; it’s often sad, shocking, but ultimately uplifting and motivational. Scroll up and grab a copy today.

Roughriders of the Pampas

Roughriders of the Pampas
Author: Frederick Sadleir Brereton
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 358
Release: 1908
Genre: Gauchos
ISBN: NYPL:33433044050163

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Hidden Girl

Hidden Girl
Author: Shyima Hall
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2014-01-21
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 9781442481701

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An inspiring and compelling memoir from a young woman who lost her childhood to slavery—and built a new life grounded in determination and justice. When Shyima Hall was eight years old, her impoverished parents sold her to pay a debt. Two years later, the wealthy family she was sold to moved to Orange County, California, and smuggled her with them. Shyima served the family eighteen hours a day, seven days a week until she was twelve. That’s when an anonymous call from a neighbor brought about the end of Shyima’s servitude—but her journey to true freedom was far from over. A volunteer at her local police department since she was a teenager, Shyima is passionate about helping to rescue others who are in bondage. Now a US citizen, she regularly speaks out about human trafficking and intends to one day become an immigration officer. In Hidden Girl, Shyima “commands unfailing interest, sympathy, and respect” (Publishers Weekly), candidly reveals how she overcame her harrowing circumstances, and brings vital awareness to a timely and relevant topic.

Grandma s Cookie Jar

Grandma s Cookie Jar
Author: Terrence Edward Creek
Publsiher: Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages: 122
Release: 2013-10
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781493116744

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Ray Renshaw retires and plans a leisurely travelling holiday around Australia. Things don't always go to plan and Ray finds himself in some unexpected and difficult situations. The characters of the Australian outback feature prominently along with other not so savoury characters. A plane crash sets up Ray's first adventure as he tries to survive in the bush. He also has some good times as a hotel owner and country gentleman. His travels allow him to meet and get to know many different true Aussies.

Tried for Her Life

Tried for Her Life
Author: Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 356
Release: 1888
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: UCAL:B5494890

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Wool gathering

Wool gathering
Author: Gail Hamilton
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 335
Release: 1867
Genre: Minnesota
ISBN: UCAL:$B807309

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The English Illustrated Magazine

The English Illustrated Magazine
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1900
Genre: English periodicals
ISBN: UCR:31210021152895

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Women Work and Globalization

Women  Work  and Globalization
Author: Bahira Sherif Trask
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 298
Release: 2013-10-30
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9781134699391

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Women increasingly make up a significant percentage of the labor force throughout the world. This transformation is impacting everyone's lives. This book examines the resulting gender role, work, and family issues from a comparative worldwide perspective. Working allows women to earn an income, acquire new skills, and forge social connections. It also brings challenges such as simultaneously managing domestic responsibilities and family relationships. The social, political, and economic implications of this global transformation are explored from an interdisciplinary perspective in this book. The commonalities and the differences of women’s experiences depending on their social class, education, and location in industrialized and developing countries are highlighted throughout. Practical implications are examined including the consequences of these changes for men. Engaging vignettes and case studies from around the world bring the topics to life. The book argues that despite policy reforms and a rhetoric of equality, women still have unique experiences from men both at work and at home. Women, Work, and Globalization explores: Key issues surrounding work and families from a global cross-cultural perspective. The positive and negative experiences of more women in the global workforce. The spread of women’s empowerment on changes in ideologies and behaviors throughout the world. Key literature from family studies, IO, sociology, anthropology, and economics. The changing role of men in the global work-family arena. The impact of sexual trafficking and exploitation, care labor, and transnational migration on women. Best practices and policies that have benefited women, men, and their families. Part 1 reviews the research on gender in the industrialized and developing world, global changes that pertain to women’s gender roles, women’s labor market participation, globalization, and the spread of the women’s movement. Issues that pertain to women in a globalized world including gender socialization, sexual trafficking and exploitation, labor migration and transnational motherhood, and the complexities entailed in care labor are explored in Part 2. Programs and policies that have effectively assisted women are explored in Part 3 including initiatives instituted by NGOs and governments in developing countries and (programs) policies that help women balance work and family in industrialized countries. The book concludes with suggestions for global initiatives that assist women in balancing work and family responsibilities while decreasing their vulnerabilities. Intended as a supplemental text for advanced undergraduate and/or graduate courses in Women/Gender Issues, Work and Family, Gender and Families, Global/International Families, Family Diversity, Multicultural Families, and Urban Sociology taught in psychology, human development and family studies, gender and/or women’s studies, business, sociology, social work, political science, and anthropology. Researchers, policy makers, and practitioners in these fields will also appreciate this thought provoking book.

Murder Point

Murder Point
Author: Coningsby Dawson
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 349
Release: 1910
Genre: Bookbinding
ISBN: UOM:39015063917846

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