After eight months of teaching five-year-olds, kindergarten teacher Liza Wilcox is more than ready for spring break. Try as she might, her frustrating computer refuses to display the correct date. While investigating the date on the internet, the face of a kidnapped child, Jessie McGowan, reminds her of an unresolved trauma in her own life. Would searching for Jessie help heal the hurt and sense of loss Liza feels? Liza reviews the news reports on Jessie's kidnapping. She packs up her dog, Shelby, and spends her break investigating the kidnapping.
Have you ever enjoyed a warm, sugary, scrumptious apple cobbler served in an individual, charming terra-cotta pot? Would you kill for one? Someone has and kindergarten teacher Liza Wilcox is just the woman to solve the crime. With the help of her boyfriend, Sheriff Tom Owens, and her cyber-sidekick, Justin Weaver, (a wheelchair-bound former student) she unravels the mystery behind those delicious apple pots, an eating contest, an abandoned mine, and several deaths.
"Recording is very bad"
Laurie Summers, a shy student nurse, is about to meet the most eligible bachelor in the world - Mr. William Battle. He's ultra-wealthy, ravishingly handsome, and gets whatever he desires...and she's at the top of his list. William shows Laurie a world of extravagance and luxury like she's never imagined, while educating her on the fine art of pleasing him and learning to experience sex in ways that send her senses reeling and her body quivering. As their sensual escapades grow more and more intense, lies are revealed and a devious secret that threatens everything comes to light.
Love is universal gift from God. It is there for everyone to experience, soaring gracefully as a dove on the clouds. Without love, life is not lived… experienced to its fullest. Love is both wonderful and challenging. In her latest poetry compilation, Janis I. Monroe captures the varying degrees of love. She starts as a single woman fantasizing of her lover in "Dream Lover", then wondering about the experience of love in "What’s It Like?", and rounding off the poetry book with "Laying Here Waiting For You".
Self-conscious Lauren is used to being ignored when she's out with her friends, so she's confused when a handsome man strikes up a conversation. Nathan is hot, funny, rich - and interested in Lauren. Will a steamy bedroom romp convince her that she's just the sort of woman that he's looking for?
In this poetry collection H. C. Kim captures a fragment of the human experience of the past year. Americans in particular may identify with the poems capturing the hurt and reaction to the September 11th tragedy. Politically reflective poems encourage thinking and discussion about complex issues surrounding the event and the response. There are other poems that suit the tastes of those who love to travel.