So revolutionary, so original, so convincing, that the most faithful Christians will be moved; here is the book that has sparked worldwide controversey.
"Great Book! Great abridgment and narration."
Included in this collection: "Rubenesque" by Magenta Michaels; "Brian's Bedroom" by Leigh Rutledge; "Serenade for Female with Fantasies" by Anne Marie Mardith; "Why" by Bob Flanagan; "Milk" by Michael Dorsey; and more.
The wealthy Duke of Weybridge knows that everyone loves a good surprise...and a good scandal. He has bounteous amounts of both for the guests at his extravagant birthday ball - particularly for his nieces and nephew, Emily, Isabel, and Lucien. They think his promise to improve their lives means a generous stipend. But he’s got a different gift in mind: finding them perfect matches. His task won’t be easy, because the Arden siblings have given up on love.
"Very cute enjoyable romances"
By July of 1944, the Third Reich's days were numbered. Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg, a general staff insider with open eyes (and access to the Fuhrer), was convinced that assassinating Hitler was the only way to prevent the destruction of the Fatherland and the deaths of millions. On July 20, he hid a bomb-stuffed briefcase at a high-level meeting. The explosion tore through the room, but a table leg spared Hitler from the blast. The result was a witch hunt, a wave of executions, and a further pointless year of war. Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh deliver an exhilarating and definitive portrait of the anti-Nazi movement (called "Secret Germany") that almost killed Hitler. Secret Germany is the story of "World War II's boldest plot-that-failed" (Time), a coup that was a moral and spiritual necessity.
At the core is not material riches but a secret, a secret of explosive and controversial proportions, which radiates out from the little Pyrenees village to all the way to contemporary politics and the entire edifice of the Christian faith. It involves nothing less than the Holy Grail.
"changing history as we believe it to be"
Julia Sherwood's duty to her titled husband has been fulfilled with the birth of an heir, and Lord Sherwood seems far more interested in his political pursuits than in his wife. Despite parties and galas, Julia is bored. She must remain in London for the Season, or until Parliament is no longer in session, and time hangs heavy until a man from her past - the elegant and enigmatic James - suggests that she take him as her lover. James promises excitement, danger, and satisfaction. Julia finds she cannot say no to this fascinating man. Will she have to choose between her husband and her lover?
"An Enjoyable Short Story "
No matter how exciting the plot, it's the people in a story who make it memorable. The techniques and examples in Creating Romantic Characters will help you produce provocative, exciting, forceful characters with dynamic stories. Whether you're writing romance novels, stories which include romantic relationships, or general fiction, this book will help you create charactes who are romantic and heroic, adventurous and mysterious - larger than life.
It's too late for Emily to back out of her wedding, even though she's pretty sure she'll regret it if she says "I do." The groom is just as reluctant - and their respective fathers seem to be the only ones who think the wedding is a good idea. Will Harry and Emily make it to the altar?
When Elinor's guardian arranges her marriage to an elderly merchant interested only in her society connections, she will do anything to sabotage the wedding - even if it means ruining herself by running off with another man.
When Morganna Ashworth's father died, leaving her his debts, Sloan Montgomery realized he could finally achieve his two lifelong ambitions: the acquisition of a socially acceptable wife, and revenge on the Ashworth family!
Men and women think, talk, and act differently - which causes problems for writers who are trying to create characters of the opposite sex. When we understand the difference between masculine and feminine qualities and habits, we can use those behaviors and patterns to create characters who are plausible and unique, but not stereotypical. Writing between the Sexes will help you to identify your own gender-specific behaviors, notice those of the opposite sex, and use both to make your characters believable.
"very short but packed with tons of specific tips"
The friendship between Gianna West and Blake Whittaker had never interfered with their business partnership, Westway Cosmetics. But when Gianna's brilliant ideas for marketing their newest perfume throw Blake into the arms of the world's most gorgeous model, Gianna begins to wonder if he's involved in monkey business instead.
All reporter Savannah Seabrooke needs is 30 seconds of Dexter Caine's time. Catching up with the elusive billionaire to ask her single question is a challenge, but Savannah is equal to the task - until Dexter turns the tables, holds her hostage, and announces that she's his wife!
"Taming a Reporter"
A good secretary does whatever is necessary to advance the goals of her boss - but when Gayle Bradley's employer, computer tycoon Jared Logan, announces that he needs a temporary fiancee in order to cement a business deal, Gayle's professional calm is shaken - forever.
Why does she keep wishing she'd said YES? Erin Reynolds is already the perfect corporate secretary and personal assistant, so when her boss, Slater Livingstone, suggests they make their arrangement permanent through a marriage of convenience, the idea seems perfectly sensible - to him. Erin, on the other hand, thinks his offer is ludicrous... but the moment she turns him down, she can think of nothing but Slater.
"LOVE this book...but..."
Stunned when her fiancé betrays her, Katherine Whitman reacts by seducing her boss - and when a single night of madness results in a pregnancy, she takes full responsibility. But Stephen Osborne insists they do as people always have - get married. Does he want her, or only his baby?
With her job in real estate, her little daughter, and the new man in her life, Stephanie Kendall's dreams are almost complete. Then her ex-husband, Jordan Kendall, moves to town, and Stephanie begins to wonder if her love for him has rekindled, or if she's caught in a nightmare. A Springhill series book.
In the retail business, Christmas isn't a holiday, it's an endurance contest - and as manager of the Tyler-Royale department store in a major Chicago shopping mall, Brandi Ogilvie knows that surviving December will be a challenge. Merchandise is going astray and her staff is decimated by flu, but at least Brandi has a full roster of Santas. Then Zack Forrest shows up in her store, insisting he's the perfect candidate to fill Santa's red velvet suit.
"Christmas for Grownups"
Chase Worthington might be a drop-dead handsome hunk of movie star, but he doesn't know beans about raising his child; four-year-old Nicky's behavior is all the proof Amanda Bailey needs. Nicky goes through nannies at the speed of light -- until Chase goes on location and Amanda enters the scene. A Springhill Series book.
When Lacey Clinton's father decides to sell his hotel, the only logical buyer is hotel tycoon Damon Kendrick. But Damon is more interested in Lacey than in the hotel and he's willing to buy only if she does him a few favors in return.