When Ellen Wakefield O'Connor is confronted by a young man armed with a birth certificate that mistakenly names her as his mother, she quickly sorts out the truth: His birth mother listed Ellen on the certificate to cover up her own identity, but also because Ellen is, in a way, related to the child. The birth father is Ellen's troubled husband, Tom. The secrets of the past soon engulf Ellen, Tom, and everyone they love. This drama of love, loss, family and betrayal will capture listeners with its unforgettable power.
"Very Disappointing - NOT Christian at all..."
Susan Handelman considers how teacher/student relations sustain and renew the Jewish tradition, especially during troubled times. As a commentary on historical and contemporary educational practices, she asks a range of questions about teaching and learning: What is it that teachers do when they teach? How do knowledge, spirituality, and education relate? What might Jewish models of study and commentary say about how we teach and learn today?
Retired Air Force communications specialist Laura Taylor may be the only person Special Ops Major Jake Logan can marry in order to get custody of his son, but when Laura's photo is found in the hand of a dead operative, Jake's plan may be revealed.
If you're on the Paleo Diet and want to eat dessert with a clear conscience, this is the book you've been waiting for! Thanks to the 91 wonderful recipes in 91 Easy and Delicious Paleo Dessert Recipes not only can you make your all-time favorites the Paleo way, but you will also find many new and exotic sweet dishes to add to your repertoire. Beautifully presented, with easy-to-follow instructions for each recipe, 91 Easy and Delicious Paleo Dessert Recipes contains such popular classics as brownies, carrot cake, and banana cream pie.
In the nine stories of Let's Do, various calamities strike ordinary Midwesterners, who cope with a mixture of good intentions and ineptitude. Balancing humor with painful clarity, author Rebecca Meacham pulls listeners into the lives of characters who struggle with and more often against - change.
It's the Spring Festival in Redwood Cove, with it's outdoor grilled salmon dinners and local handmade crafters' booths. As the town prepares for the celebration, the newcomers and townfolk alike share one relatively quiet day. This short prequel introduces the characters in the other three books.
Tired of trying diet after diet? Ready to make a healthy decision to regain the body you love? Want to look on the outside as beautiful as you are on the inside? This audiobook may be the answer for you. If you want a safe and effective way to conquer this thing once and for all, a program you can modify to meet your own body and lifestyle needs, something that will be permanent and not just a fad, then the processes in this audiobook can help you.
Jane and Ida Mae are an unlikely pair; Jane is a glamorous actress in a day-time soap opera, much married, and naturally adventurous. Ida Mae is reserved and steady, a successful businesswoman. She owns a charming Victorian tearoom called Ladyfingers, in the town she was born in. She has never left Walton Falls, Ohio, nor does she care to. She is content to let Jane be her window on the world. And Jane needs Ida Mae's steadfast love, her anchor in a whirlwind life.