WEDDING SEASON 10 NUPTIAL NOVELS

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Wedding Season

Author : Robyn Neeley
ISBN : 9781440599750
Genre : Fiction
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Wedded bliss or marriage misery? Forever simply doesn’t have the right ring to it for these ten couples … until love unexpectedly leads them strolling down the aisle. With tuxes and trains, turmoil and tenderness, this collection is just in time for readers ready to tie the knot. Holiday Wedding: Weddings are bad luck for Drew Cannon. After being dumped by his own fiancée a year ago, he ran off to tend to the family toy-making business in Tokyo. Now he’s returned home for the holidays and is forced to team up with his ex to plan last-minute nuptials for his twin brother. Will working together mend and reunite their broken hearts? The Confection Connection: Baker Carly Piper’s only way to save her bakery is to partner with her rival from a TV reality show to produce a wedding cake for a wealthy bride. Is this a half-baked proposal, or will love be the icing on the cake? Battling the Best Man: Dr. Kory Flemming can’t say no to returning home for her best friend’s wedding. Trouble is, Will Mitchell, her high school rival, is the best man, and he’s up to his usual flirtatious tricks. Can they set aside their rocky past to make a new future together? Bride by the Book: Small-town Arkansas attorney Garner Holt badly needs an assistant to sort out his cluttered office, but he didn’t expect a super-secretary like Miss Angelina Brownwood. She’s perfect until an online search reveals a flaw: Angelina isn’t a secretary. But does her secret mean he can’t make this unique woman his for life? An Inconvenient Love: To expand his real estate business, Luca Castellioni needs an English-speaking secretary and a wife, so he strikes a bargain with pretty stranger Sophia Stevens. Soon, he wants more marriage and not so much convenience in their agreement. Too bad his new wife has reconstructed her own life without him. Naked Truth: Special Agent Jack Boudreaux is a man who’s always looking for a good time—what better place for a pick up than a wedding? That’s fine with Kennedy St. George, whose ex-husband burned her emotionally and financially. But when Jack’s FBI assignment sends him undercover at a male strip club in her city, their one-night stand becomes a distracting and dangerous affair. The Bull Rider’s Manager: When rodeo rider manager Barb Carico indulges in a little Las Vegas R&R with sponsor Hunter Martin, things spin out of control and the duo winds up married. They plan to annul this marriage mistake ASAP, but an unexpected complication finds Hunter bargaining for more time with his new bride. Just for the Weekend: Multimillionaire Sam Mason is sick of gold diggers. When he meets role-playing kindergarten teacher Cleo James at a sci-fi convention in Vegas, she seems like the real thing. Then—surprise!—he wakes up married to this sexy stranger … only to find Cleo has vanished. Is he looking for a swindler or the love of his life? Hiding Places: Mona Smith is on the run to avoid getting mixed up in some dirty business with a drug kingpin. Linc Dray needs to produce a marriage certificate to secure the farm he inherited from his grandfather. It’s the perfect deal, but what are they going to do about the inconvenient emotions invading their marriage of convenience? The Bride’s Curse: Three brides return a gorgeous vintage wedding dress to Kelly Andrew’s Wedding Bliss store, claiming it’s cursed, which is definitely bad for business. Then Brett Atwell, the handsome nephew of the dress’s original owner, gets involved, and a mischievous spirit sends the two of them on a goose chase for a groom who went missing decades ago. Will love get its due at long last?
Category: Fiction

Public Opinion

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ISBN : SRLF:E0000217950
Genre : World politics
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Category: World politics

The Wide Smiles Of Girls

Author : Jennifer Manske Fenske
ISBN : 1429993383
Genre : Fiction
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Sisters Mae Wallace and March are two years apart, and worlds away from being anything alike. Mae Wallace is the dependable, older sister, who weighs her words before she speaks, and sees the world as a project to be saved. March, happily overweight and charismatic, has the world on a string. Babies, men, and teachers love March, and she loves them right back. Mae Wallace doesn't so much live in her sister's shadow as be amused by it, and generally try to manage her younger sister's scrapes. But a tragic accident tears them apart, and all of a sudden the vivacious March is incapacitated and Mae Wallace bears the guilt from the incident. Relocated to a small island-town in South Carolina where March undergoes therapy, Mae Wallace befriends a local artist who is still grieving his wife's mysterious death. As the two become closer, their mutual pain turns into a budding friendship. But Mae Wallace must free herself from guilt if she's ever to live and love again---and March must grapple with the loss of her vibrant self, and accept the new realities of her life and sisterhood. The Wide Smiles of Girls is a poignant ode to the bond of two sisters, the grief we sometimes have to overcome, and the redemptive power of love that can make us smile again.
Category: Fiction

The Wedding Complex

Author : Elizabeth Freeman
ISBN : 9780822384007
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In The Wedding Complex Elizabeth Freeman explores the significance of the wedding ceremony by asking what the wedding becomes when you separate it from the idea of marriage. Freeman finds that weddings—as performances, fantasies, and rituals of transformation—are sites for imagining and enacting forms of social intimacy other than monogamous heterosexuality. Looking at the history of Anglo-American weddings and their depictions in American literature and popular culture from the antebellum era to the present, she reveals the cluster of queer desires at the heart of the "wedding complex"—longings not for marriage necessarily but for public forms of attachment, ceremony, pageantry, and celebration. Freeman draws on queer theory and social history to focus on a range of texts where weddings do not necessarily lead to legal marriage but instead reflect yearnings for intimate arrangements other than long-term, state-sanctioned, domestic couplehood. Beginning with a look at the debates over gay marriage, she proceeds to consider literary works by Nathaniel Hawthorne, William Faulkner, Carson McCullers, Vladimir Nabokov, and Edgar Allan Poe, along with such Hollywood films as Father of the Bride, The Graduate, and The Godfather. She also discusses less well-known texts such as Su Friedrich’s experimental film First Comes Love and the off-Broadway, interactive dinner play Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding. Offering bold new ways to imagine attachment and belonging, and the public performance and recognition of social intimacy, The Wedding Complex is a major contribution to American studies, queer theory, and cultural studies.
Category: Literary Criticism

While The Bridegroom Is With Them

Author : Marianne Blickenstaff
ISBN : 9780567307170
Genre : Religion
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Interpreters of Matthew's Parable of the Wedding Feast (22.1-14) typically associate the 'king' with God and then justify his violent attacks against city and guests; interpreters of the Parable of the Ten Virgins (25.1-13) typically associate the 'bridegroom' with Jesus and then justify his extreme rejection of the 'foolish virgins.' Questioning such allegorical interpretations, this study first details how Hebrew, Greek, and Roman texts depict - without requiring allegorical understandings - numerous bridegrooms associated not only with joy but also with violence and death. Second, this project appeals to the disruptive nature of parables, the feminist technique of resisting reading, and the Matthean Jesus's own ethical instructions to argue that in the parables, those who resist violent rulers and uncaring bridegrooms are the ones worthy of the Kingdom. The study then shows how the Matthean Jesus - the brideless, celibate bridegroom -- creates a fictive family by disrupting biological and marital ties, redefining masculinity, and undermining the desirability of marriage and procreation. JSNTS 292
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Punch

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ISBN : KBNL:KBNL03000270841
Genre : Periodicals
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American Bookseller

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ISBN : MINN:31951P002269508
Genre : Booksellers and bookselling
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The Jewish Life Cycle

Author : Daniel Sperber
ISBN : 0195307593
Genre : Religion
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This volume describes the major "rites of passage" of the Jewish life cycle. From birth, through circumcision, to marriage, divorce, sickness, death and mourning, Daniel Sperber presents detailed descriptions of the major customs attending these events. These customs are examined in light of their original sources, their integration and evolution in varying Jewish communities, and the popular explanations given for their practice, both historically and today. This book draws on the whole spectrum of rabbinic literature, comparing its stories and explanations with folk beliefs of other cultures throughout the world. Sperber makes use of a wide range of resources--medieval and modern, legal, folkloristic, anthropological and literary-in his discussion of customs, proving that Jewish communities were never isolated from their environment. He also examines in depth the earliest origins of many of our well-known and commonly practiced Jewish customs. This book makes use of iconographic material found in illustrated books written by non-Jews describing Jewish practice. These illustrations are analyzed in detail, constituting yet another rich source for the understanding of the evolution of Jewish customs. Customs, by their nature, are often taken for granted. In this book, Daniel Sperber offers an expert, detailed, and lively analysis of some of the most and least commonly practiced customs in Jewish tradition.
Category: Religion