Devlin Beaumont's liked being a rake. Whiskey, women, and fun, what more could a man want? All that ends with an unexpected title, three young wards, and a beautiful governess. If that wasn't enough, there is the minor detail that someone is trying to kill him.
"I had a hard time finishing this"
In colorful and moving details, this audiobook explores how polyamorous relationships come to be, how they grow and change, how they manage the ins and outs of daily family life, and how they cope with the challenges they face both within their families and from society. Using polyamorists own words, Dr. Elisabeth Sheff examines polyamorous households and reveals their advantages, disadvantages, and the daily lives of those living in them.
The only thing Miss Guinevere Harding needs is a safe place to hide. A job as the downstairs maid at Brookshire is the perfect refuge from a frightening past. Or, at least it was until the arrival of the new duke.
Miss Caroline Jennings is facing a life of shame and poverty. She has lost everything: her home, her father, and any chance of happiness. What is more? If her father's secret is exposed, she will be known as the daughter of a traitor. Surely, life cannot get much worse. When a carriage accident throws her into the river - fitting punishment for her father's crimes - she is tempted to allow herself to succumb. It is only the thought of her two younger sisters and the strong arms of her rescuer that keep her among the living.
"Not my favorite narrator"
In just seven days, you can live in a home that's completely clutter free if you follow the instructions in this book. Many of us come home to houses that have junk on the kitchen table, things on the floor that we trip over, and small items we can never seem to find when we really need them (like those tweezers that are supposed to be in the bathroom drawer). And while you may recognize that it's causing strife in your everyday life, you may not know that it's causing some serious anxiety and stress complications, too.
"Good starting point for decluttering"
Do you feel like you have unfulfilled potential within yourself? Or like you're stuck in certain areas of your life, no matter what you do? Do you wish you could just be happier? If so, the 30 Minute Happiness Formula is perfect for you. If you can commit to 30 minutes a day for 30 days in a row, you will see measurable results in life's most important areas.
"Well presented practical ideas for better mornings"
At the age of 26, Tina Swithin was swept off her feet by a modern-day Prince Charming. Married just one year later, Tina soon discovered that there was something seriously wrong with her fairy tale. The marriage was filled with lies, deception, fraud, and many tears. Tina was left in an utter state of confusion. This wasn't the man that she married - was it?
"great book. very helpful."
One mistake has left Miss Emily Robbins in poverty, alone, and a social outcast. Only the love of the Earl of Lincolnshire can save her from a life of shame. Hudson Sinclair, The Earl of Lincolnshire, has but one regret: leaving the only girl he ever loved. He will move Heaven and Earth to save her - even if that means twisting fate.
This book is for newbies in the world of aquaponics. If you are tired of fast foods from the fast-paced city life and would love to garden and grow all-natural food, but away from the comfort of the countryside, worry no more because this book solves your problem. You can actually grow plants with a faster growth rate in the same amount of space that your neighbors have, without using soil. The fish will do your work for you.
"Loved its simplicity."
You're about to discover how to forage for herbs and other plants that provide medicinal and edible properties. You'll be able to harvest herbs, berries, and entire plants in your area for consumption without having to step foot in a grocery store! No longer will you worry about where your food has come from or what's on it, but rather you'll know that you picked the herbs you're consuming from a reliable area and a sustainable source.
"Good info but the most basic of info"
Americans have loved traveling circuses for generations, and none represents the country's love of entertainment quite like the most famous of them all, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Circus promoters have long been viewed as somewhat shady hucksters, but none could top Phineas Taylor Barnum, who used a blend of traditional circus entertainment, freak show exhibits, and outright hoaxes to create "The Greatest Show on Earth".
Over 1500 years before Leonardo Da Vinci became the Renaissance Man, antiquity had its own in the form of Archimedes, one of the most famous Ancient Greeks. An engineer, mathematician, physicist, scientist and astronomer all rolled into one, Archimedes has been credited for making groundbreaking discoveries, some of which are undoubtedly fact and others that are almost certainly myth.
"Great info - computer sounding narration"
Americans have loved traveling circuses for generations, and none represent the country's love for entertainment quite like the most famous of them all, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus. The five brothers who started a circus in Wisconsin, as well as P.T. Barnum, have had their names become synonymous with the circus, so it's only fitting that the manner in which these men entered the business and the merging of their traveling circuses together also make for great stories.
This first comprehensive work on women in pre-Columbian cultures describes gender roles and relationships in the Americas from 12,000 B.C. to the A.D. 1500s. Utilizing many key archaeological works, Karen Olsen Bruhns and Karen E. Stothert redress some of the long-standing male bias in writing about ancient Native American lifeways. The authors pay particular attention to the problems of interpreting archaeological remains and the uses of historic and ethnographic evidence in reconstructing the past.
"Interesting yet Short"
Arriving in Fort Griffin, Anabel Robertson wonders if she's made the biggest mistake of her life. Left alone on a cold and wet train station platform, she finds herself soaked to the skin and looking nothing like a mail order bride should. Wondering if this is a sign of things to come, she finally meets her husband to be, Thomas Davis. Tall, clean shaven with grey eyes, the local store owner has doubts of his own.
Life has been tough on the Portal police lately, after losing a whole squad of players. Up against a mysterious player, Grober can't understand why the Portal police can't catch him. Little does he know that mixing with Gifu is something he's going to regret for the rest of his life.
Mary: A Tale of Captivity is a short story about Mary Mallow Heavener who was taken captive by an Indian war party in 1758. A blend of fact and fiction, the story describes the massacre at Fort Seybert, Mary's life in an Indian village, and her eventual escape and return home. Mary lived from 1749 to about 1804, married and left numerous descendants. Her mother and four siblings were also captured but only one returned home. The historical fiction novel The Dark Side of the Mountain describes the massacre and the journey of her captured mother Anna Margaretha Mallow, who lost three children during that time.
Now in the portal police, Cardan is finding it's not what he thought it would be. Pushed hard by his drill sergeant and surrounded by jealous players, he wonder's if he's good enough. But little does he know that a small mistake made by Grober could be the biggest challenge the portal police have ever faced. Will either player be up to it?
I started learning Spanish relatively late in life: 33 years of age. However, since then, I have worked as a medical interpreter, proofreader, and conversational Spanish instructor, and I love reading El Pais, the Spanish equivalent of The New York Times, daily for its fresh European perspective.
The trials of love and desire provide perennial story material, from the biblical Song of Songs to Disney's princesses, but perhaps most provocatively in the romance novel, a genre known for tales of fantasy and desire, sex and pleasure. Hailed on the one hand for its women-centered stories that can be sexually liberating and criticized on the other for its emphasis on male-female coupling and mythical happy endings, romance fiction is a multimillion-dollar publishing phenomenon, creating national and international societies of enthusiasts, practitioners, and scholars.