Since Siobhan has made it as an artist, she's ready to start a life in New York with the love of her life, billionaire Derick Miller. But their relationship has been a rollercoaster ride that has pushed Derick too far. Will Siobhan be able to win back her soul mate?
It's been a month since her traumatic breakup with Derick, and Siobhan now lives in Detroit, where she can support herself and her painting career. But suddenly Derick's back after flying halfway across the country for her. And though Siobhan's body comes alive at his touch, she doesn't know if she can trust him again.
A star-studded group of award-winning nonfiction authors and journalists provides something for every listener, all aligned with the Common Core State Standards. Compiled and edited by real-life literature legend Jon Scieszka, Guys Read: True Stories is a mind-blowing collection of essays, biographies, travelogues, and more, all proving that the truth is most definitely out there.
Siobhan comes to New York with a purpose: She wants to become a successful artist. To pay her bills in the meantime, she's the hostess at The Stone Room, a bar for the beautiful and the billionaires. She's fine with being on her own - until tech billionaire Derick takes her breath away.
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Marriage is hard work. After the fairy tale "I Dos" come chores, bills, fights, and plain weariness. Many couples are unsure how to fix their problems and wonder if their relationships really have what it takes to go the distance. (Hint: They do!) Luckily, relationship experts Jim and Elizabeth Carroll have created a program proven to mend marriages, revive relationships, and make the happily-ever-afters come true.
"Human Nature" by Elizabeth Kolbert; "Feature Presentation" by James Surowiecki; "Remember This?" by Alec Wilkinson; "My Undoing" by George Meyer; "A Boy's World" by Anthony Lane; "Puppy" by George Saunders; and "Not Kids' Stuff" by David Denby.
Callie Brandon wasn't looking for love. It always seemed destined for someone less ordinary. But when sexy architect, Justin Brisson sets his determined baby blue eyes on her, she starts to wonder if love has designed her very own "happily ever after."
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Twenty sizzling stories where control is everything. Whether you like to wear the trousers or be ordered out of them, these stories will have you a slave to your fantasies in no time. Every kind of sexual domination and submission is explored in Power Play, from tongue-in-cheek role play to intense BDSM.
Eight years ago, Jolene Anderson left her family and friends behind to study fashion design abroad. As she began to soar in both her professional and personal life, without warning, her world came crashing down. Broken, she retreats to the only place she feels safe...home. Ryder Brisson is getting his life in order. His military service has prepared him for civilian life with his own security firm. His future is looking bright, but there's one thing that would make his life complete...the one he's loved all of his life, Jolene.
This is a collection of seven contemporary robot tales written by some of today's most acclaimed science fiction authors. A sentient war machine combs a beach for trinkets to create memorials for its fallen comrades in the Hugo Award-winning story, "Tideline", by Elizabeth Bear. In "Balancing Accounts", by James Cambias, a small-time independent robotic space tug is hired by a mysterious client for a voyage between two of Saturn's moons.
This third and final collection of Classic Ghost Stories contains these chillers: "Mr. Justice Harbottle" by Joseph Sheridan Lefanu; "The Seventh Man" by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch; "Some Haunted Houses" by Ambrose Bierce; "Miss Dulane and My Lord" by Wilkie Collins; and more.
James Patterson's BookShots. Fast-paced, high-impact entertainment. She's a starving artist, and he's a billionaire playboy.... Siobhan came to New York with a purpose: she wants to become a successful artist. To pay her bills in the meantime, she's the hostess at The Stone Room, a bar for the beautiful and the billionaires. She is fine with being on her own - until tech billionaire Derick takes her breath away.
Successful foreign policy is largely invisible. It often means paying up front for benefits that are hard to see until you lose them.
A petrifying collection of classic tales of the paranormal, spooky happenings, gruesome deeds and uncanny apparitions. Guaranteed to disturb your dreams and keep you awake all night.
"Burning Love", by Elizabeth Kolbert; "Sound of Silence", by Tad Friend; "An Avoidable Crisis", by James Surowiecki; "All the Angry People", by George Packer; "The Materialist", by Calvin Tomkins; "Hot and Bothered", by Anthony Lane.
"The Business of Austerity", by James Surowiecki; "Little Worlds", by Adam Gopnik; "Proustian", by Rebecca Mead; "Sleeping with the Enemy", by Elizabeth Kolbert; and "Grub", by Dana Goodyear.
"Iran Show", by Laura Secor; "Status-Quo Anxiety", by James Surowiecki; "The Rubber Room", by Stephen Brill; "The New Anti-Atheists", by James Wood; "Green Like Me", by Elizabeth Kolbert; "For Immediate Release", by Paul Simms; and "Dropping Out", by Anthony Lane.
"Global Warning" by Elizabeth Kolbert; "Sarboxed In?" by James Surowiecki; "Young Osama" by Steve Coll; "Hogs Wild" by Ian Frazier; "L.A. Outlaws" by Nancy Franklin; and "New Frontiers" by Anthony Lane.
"Untransformed" by Elizabeth Kolbert; "Wagers of Sin" by James Surowiecki; "Bag Lady" by Andrea Lee; "Rag Time" by Calvin Trillin; "Dressed for Excess" by Judith Thurman; "Backstage Angst" by Tad Friend; and "Dream On" by Anthony Lane.
There are nine articles in the first part of this double issue: "Testing the Climate", by Elizabeth Kolbert; "Who's Scrooge?", by Lizzie Widdicombe; "A Buyer's Christmas", by James Surowiecki; "The Frog at Forty-Five", by Mimi Sheraton; "Life on Mars", by David Remnick; "Demolition Man", by John Lahr; "Stairway to Here", by Sasha Frere-Jones; "Family Planning", by Hilton Als; and "Settling Scores", by Anthony Lane.