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Turn Me Loose

Author : Rosalind James
ISBN : 1503935434
Genre : Fiction
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Rochelle Marks is working hard to build a name for herself that has nothing to do with her pinup-girl curves. She's made mistakes in the past, and now she's trying to stop her little sister, Stacy, from making worse ones. Rochelle's done with being nothing more than someone's good time. Even if that someone is the one-night stand who turned her life upside down before vanishing--and who's just arrived in Paradise, Idaho, looking to pick up where they left off. Tech mogul Travis Cochran's hard-won new priorities have brought him to town as a university lecturer, but he's come for something else, too: the smart, sassy, gorgeous woman who's been in his head for months. When Stacy's choices draw her big sister into a web of down-home crime and cold-blooded murder, Travis's mission gets a whole lot more urgent. Now convincing Rochelle to trust him isn't just about winning her back. It may be the only way to keep her alive....
Category: Fiction

Just Once More

Author : Rosalind James
ISBN : 9780990912491
Genre : Fiction
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What does true love look like once the honeymoon’s over? Eight smoking-hot rugby players. Eight partners. Seventeen kids. Beaches and barbecues and beer, salt and sand and sea. Family and good mates and no worries. December in New Zealand. One very pregnant, very tired Hannah Montgomery Callahan playing hostess to it all, doing her best and wondering if her best is good enough. And one legendary All Black captain willing to do whatever it takes to show her that when he promised to be there for her forever, he meant it. Note: This book, like New Zealand … aw, heck. Three steamy scenes, as usual. And they’re good ones.
Category: Fiction

Turn The Pulpit Loose

Author : P. Pope-Levison
ISBN : 9781349633401
Genre : Religion
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Turn the Pulpit Loose features the lives and words of eighteen women evangelists including Sojourner Truth and Evangeline Booth, and lesser-known figures such as Jarena Lee (an African Methodist from the early 1800s) and Uldine Utley (a child evangelist in the early 1900s) who helped to shape American religious life from the nation’s infancy to the present. Highlighting substantial primary sources – sermons, articles, diaries, letters, speeches, and autobiographies – Priscilla Pope-Levison weaves together fascinating narratives of each woman’s life: her conversion and calling to preach, her primary evangelistic method, and her reflections about women in general. This anthology, complete with photographs of each evangelist, is an indispensable resource for a wide range of academic fields, including religion, history, women's studies, and literature.
Category: Religion

Catalog Of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : UOM:39015039566545
Genre : American drama
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Category: American drama

Lay The Mountains Low

Author : Terry C. Johnston
ISBN : 9780312274429
Genre : Fiction
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America's bestselling frontier writer combines his unique skills as both an acknowledged historian and a consummate storyteller, blending historical fact with powerful human emotions to vividly recreate the past for his millions of readers. In his most ambitious novel to date, Terry C. Johnston combines all the drama and gut-wrenching tragedy to tell the story of the Nez Perce War as a whole cloth, a complex tapestry of deeply wrought emotions and bitter betrayal. Johnston breathes life into little-known characters from this terrifying conflict that will leap out of the past with compelling urgency-page after page, everyone you will meet were real people at the most crucial point of their lives. This is a story of individuals, knitted together in a compelling mosaic of emotions that will sweep you up and carry you along at a gallop. Despite one bloody skirmish after another, the Non-Treaty bands of Nez Perce still believe they can leave all the turmoil and killing behind in Idaho, fleeing General O.O. Howard's army across the Lolo Trail into Montana Territory. Looking Glass and the fighting chiefs lead their people to the "Place of the Ground Squirrels"-there to rest a few days while the women cut new lodgepoles, the children play for the first time in many weeks, and everyone celebrates leaving the war behind, rejoicing that they are on their way to the buffalo country. But there in the Big Hole of southwestern Montana, a chill, misty dawn covered the advance of Colonel John Gibbon's Seventh U.S. Infantry as they stole down upon the sleeping, unsuspecting village...unleashing the bloodiest onslaught of the Nez Perce War!
Category: Fiction

Heaven On Earth

Author : Andrew Marshall Wayment
ISBN : 9781589826588
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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From the high alpine lakes of Idaho and the mighty Madison River of Montana to lesser known creeks and ponds throughout the west, come join the author, Andrew Marshall Wayment, on a journey, which takes you from the halls of the author's law school to the cathedrals of the great outdoors. Along the way, you will read some good tips on fly fishing, but more importantly, you will learn some deeper spiritual truths that the author found along the way. Heaven on Earth is a compilation of true stories from the author's life with fly fishing as the theme, but used as a vehicle to share a greater message of faith, hope, joy, peace, and our Heavenly Father's love.
Category: Sports & Recreation