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Almost Heaven

Author : Jillian Hart
ISBN : 1426883900
Genre : Fiction
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SMALL-TOWN BLESSINGS Nursing a broken heart and wounded spirit, Kendra McKaslin vowed to make a fresh start—alone. But then everything changed when handsome sheriff Cameron Durango showed up at her run-down riding stable to give her some much-needed business. Seeing this honorable lawman again brought all those locked-away memories flooding back. For he alone knew the secret of her past relationship—and she'd always cherish his exquisite kindness during that night when things had gone terribly wrong. Now, as Cameron gathered her in his strong, sheltering arms to offer her love and comfort, the irresistibly charmed small-town girl wondered if having him here was a sign from heaven. Could all of her dreams finally be coming true?
Category: Fiction

Almost Heaven

Author : Carole Halston
ISBN : 0373092539
Genre : West Virginia
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Almost Heaven

Author : Marianne Wiggins
ISBN : 9780671038601
Genre : Fiction
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Fresh from the terrible experience of war he hopes to never recall, foreign correspondent Holden Garfield helps his mentor's sister recover her memories after a freak accident kills her family, leaving her stricken with hysterical amnesia. Reprint.
Category: Fiction

Almost Heaven

Author : Michael E. W. Hurd
ISBN : 9781462833795
Genre : Poetry
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Lyrical snapshots of the natural world. In his first collection, Hurd explores natures beauty in 40 short, predominantly free-verse poems that hone in on common natural objects and eventsa leaf, a rock, rainbows, autumn, etc.with the cinematic quality of a director fixing no more than a single moment per scene. To heighten the pictorial sense, the poet includes three black and white photographs of pastoral subjectstwo deer, a babbling brook and an exquisite fawn. Though Hurds tender affinity for nature comes through in these literal and figurative images, their meaning could resonate more. For instance, Dear One plainly describes the physical and behavioral attributesHer mane was brown, / Soft brown, / Short, / Sleek, / Beautiful to those / Who beheld her.of a creature unnamed until the poems closing thought: She was a dear, / Uh, / Deer, / The four-legged kind. The sudden shift from straight description to casual jocularity is jarring; shutting down possible suggestions conjured by earlier lines. Another distracting quality found here and throughout the collection is the oppressive use of end punctuation, forcing caesuras sometimes midthought, as in A Leaf: A leaf that endured frost, / High winds, / Rain, / Yet it stayed high in the tree. / One day, / It fell, / Leaving one to wonder, / Not why it fell, / But why it stayed so long. Here a subtle point about resiliency is nearly drowned out by each lines final comma, inserting poetic breaths with a practically gasping urgency. When working with such clipped lines, the white space on the page provides more than enough pause to allow images both to spill into one another and linger. Quick, nearly engaging depictions of nature that would be better served by fewer declarative statements and greater respect for the power of the poetic line. Kirkus Discoveries
Category: Poetry

Almost Heaven

Author : Judith McNaught
ISBN : 9781501145698
Genre : Fiction
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Let New York Times bestselling author Judith McNaught who “is in a class by herself” (USA TODAY) sweep you off your feet and into another time with her sensual, passionate, and spellbinding historical romance classics, featuring her “unique magic” (RT Book Reviews)—now available for the first time on ebook. Elizabeth Cameron, the Countess of Havenhurst, possesses a rare gentleness and fierce courage to match her exquisite beauty. But her reputation is shattered when she is discovered in the arms of Ian Thornton, a notorious gambler and social outcast. A dangerously handsome man of secret wealth and mysterious lineage, Ian’s interest in Elizabeth may not be all that it seems. His voyage to her heart is fraught with intrigue, scandal, and a venomous revenge. As a twisting path of secrets takes them from London’s drawing rooms to the awe-inspiring Scottish Highlands, Elizabeth must learn the truth: is Ian merely a ruthless fortune hunter at heart? “Well-developed main characters with a compelling mutual attraction give strength and charm to this romance set in nineteenth-century Great Britain” (Publishers Weekly).
Category: Fiction

Almost Heaven

Author : Chris Fabry
ISBN : 1414346808
Genre : Fiction
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Billy, a gifted mandolin player in Dogwood, West Virginia, lives his life as an offering to his divine creator. Malachi is an angel sent to observe Billy. He begins to see the bigger picture of how each painful step Billy takes is a note added to a beautiful symphony that will forever change the lives of those who hear it.
Category: Fiction

Almost Heaven

Author : Becky Lee Weyrich
ISBN : 9781626813298
Genre : Fiction
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The author of Whispers in Time presents “a heavenly story designed to enchant readers with its wondrous message of hope and the great power of faith” (Romantic Times). When a fatal car accident sends Angela Rhodes floating toward heaven, she discovers the hard way that there is, in fact, life after death. But back in the land of the living, she’s left behind some unfinished business: a husband and daughter. At heaven’s gate, Angela is granted the opportunity to look after those she loves, but she must first prove herself worthy of such a responsibility. With the help of Al, her handsome spirit guide, Angela embarks on a journey through time that allows her to untangle the web of her many lives. As she weaves together the pieces of her past, Angela hopes to find the key to everlasting peace. But, even more, she hopes to be able to pass it onto the family she left behind.
Category: Fiction

Almost Heaven

Author : Charlotte Douglas
ISBN : 9781460369166
Genre : Fiction
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Home Is Where The Heart(Ache) Is… Six years ago she left Pleasant Valley to follow a dream…and now she's back, knee-deep in a nightmare. With her parents' marriage on the rocks, her grandmother at her wit's end and the man she once loved—and left—looking better than she remembers, Merrilee Stratton feels nothing but heartache. Although veterinarian Grant Nathan hasn't forgotten the way Merrilee agreed to his proposal and then left town, she needs his help. Pretty soon, thanks to Grant's sexy Southern drawl—and all the nights she's spent dreaming about what could have been—Merrilee begins to reconsider her choices. Like leaving the bright lights of New York behind and returning to the arms of the only man she's ever truly loved. Because everyone needs…A Place To Call Home
Category: Fiction

Almost Heaven

Author : Carol Coleman
ISBN : 9781490754925
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Port Haven is a coastal village in Maine with a long past connected to the sea. It retains a charm which blends with 21st century conveniences. Older homes, many of which were built for sea captains, line the cobblestone streets which encourage folks to stroll through the village, where the shop window boxes are filled with a variety of flowers or herbs. Their aromas blend with the blissful odors of coffee and bakery fantasies. This leads one down to the lighthouse, which is still functional. The largest historical building in town is the Sea Scape, which is a combined Library, Bookstore and Book Nook, which is a coffee shop and bakery. There is an outside seating area that is surrounded by herbs, flowers and grape arbors. Margaret Scott is one of the primary characters and a descendant of the founders. She is the Librarian/Manager of the Sea Scape. Margarets assistant and beloved companion is a mixed golden lab/sheperd with love and wisdom to share, of which he has an endless supply. This is also where Margaret and Richard first met. The chemistry between them was compelling from their first contact.
Category: Family & Relationships

Almost Heaven

Author : Martin Fletcher
ISBN : 9780349139999
Genre : Travel
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After seven years as Washington correspondent of THE TIMES, Martin Fletcher set off to explore the great American 'boondocks' - the raw and untamed land that exists far from the famous cities and national parks. His extraordinary journey takes him to places no tourist would ever visit, to amazing communities outsiders have never heard of, to the quintessential America. He encounters snake-handlers, moonshiners, creationists, outlaws, polygamists, white supremacists and communities preparing for Armageddon. He goes bear hunting in West Virginia, fur trapping in Louisiana, diamond digging in Arkansas and gold prospecting in Nevada. From the eccentric but friendly to the frankly unhinged, the inhabitants of backwater America and their preoccupations, prejudices and traditions are brought vividly to life. 'Fletcher is not only capable of excellent penmanship, but is also able to view the country and its people as both outsider and insider, and does so without being judgmental. I found his warm and subtly humorous style very appealing, and I highly recommend this book' INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
Category: Travel