In the spring of 1834, Howard Egan, tired of working as a sailor, chooses to start a new life in Salem, Massachusetts. Howard takes a job in a rope factory and starts to become a prosperous businessman. He also intends to marry a good woman. When he meets Tamson Parshley for the first time, Howard believes he has found that good woman. He just didn't expect her to be so beautiful - or so harsh.
Cathee is an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She has suffered from severe post-traumatic stress disorder for several years. During a vacation with her four year old daughter to Topeka, Kansas, she meets Garrett, a widowed therapist. He hopes Cathee will let him help her work through her issues, but her past has come back to haunt her.
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Serra Lanning, known as the Chaste Mormon Model Kara Kukaanei, grew up in Salina, Kansas. She is living a lonely life. Her parents have died and her sister, Brooke, hasn't spoken to her in years. When Brooke shows up with her son in tow and asks Serra to watch him while she and her husband go on vacation to France, Serra's whole life is turned upside down. Serra's decision to hide from Brooke's in-law's create problems she doesn't anticipate.
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Sondra is secure in her world as a successful attorney in civil law. Her sister, Nikki, is facing the death of her husband, Brad, through cancer. She has tried to carry embryos created before Brad's chemo started. When her fertility doctor suggests a surrogate mother, she asks Sondra. Not wanting to lose her LDS clients as a single mother, Sondra turns to someone she had met years before.
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Discover the inspirational life of Bill O'Reilly and the impact his life has had on popular American culture today! Ireland would not regain herself until just after 1348 when the plague struck. Because most of the English and Norman inhabitants of Ireland lived tightly compacted in towns and villages, the plague hit those groups harder than the native Irish who lived farther apart from one another.
William E Simon - quintessential American figure of the American century: Wall Street wunderkind, Treasury Secretary under Presidents Nixon and Ford, successful entrepreneur, US Olympic Committee president, best-selling author, pioneering philanthropist, and devout Catholic. Simon's insightful and often humorous autobiography, A Time for Reflection, includes a diverse cast of characters whose lives intersected with his own.
Created in simple rhyme, the poems touch upon emotions, nature, and imaginative situations. Other styles of poetry also have a place in the book: acrostic, rictameter, haiku, and onomatopoeia. The first letter of each new line when put together forms a word or name. This is acrostic, but the poet has also written the poem in rhyme. In rictameter style, the poem has a diamond-shaped look, as it is written in a certain number of syllables per line, in ascending and descending orders.