Circle Of Friends Part 3 Of 6

Author: Susan Mallery
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488024618
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Originally published as The Ladies’ Man! Part 3 of 6 in the Circle of Friends serialization. All 6 parts were previously published as full books: • Having Her Boss’ Baby (Parts 1 and 2 of Circle of Friends) • The Ladies’ Man (Parts 3 and 4 of Circle of Friends) • Her Last First Date (Parts 5 and 6 of Circle of Friends) Overnight mommy Maybe it’s because she hasn’t been kissed in two years. Maybe it’s the sexy stranger, all six feet of lean muscle. But when Carter Brockett kisses her good night, prim kindergarten teacher Rachel Harper does the unthinkable: she has a one-night stand. And it’s a night to remember, with a man way out of her league. In the light of day, the shocked but well-loved Rachel vows never to even think of Carter again… Till the pregnancy test stick turns blue! This installment is approximately 30K words The story continues in Circle of Friends Part 4

Circle Of Friends Part 5 Of 6

Author: Susan Mallery
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488024634
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Originally published as Her Last First Date! Part 5 of 6 in the Circle of Friends serialization. All 6 parts were previously published as full books: • Having Her Boss’ Baby (Parts 1 and 2 of Circle of Friends) • The Ladies’ Man (Parts 3 and 4 of Circle of Friends) • Her Last First Date (Parts 5 and 6 of Circle of Friends) Nearly a mother… Twelve years ago, Crissy Phillips gave birth…and gave her son away. Now a successful business owner, she’s finally ready to meet that missing piece of her life. What she isn’t ready for is Dr. Josh Daniels, the boy’s uncle—and their smoking-hot attraction. Neither of them has dated for years, but the instant desire can’t be ignored. Till the morning after, when Crissy realizes she might just be pregnant again… This installment is approximately 30K words The story continues in Circle of Friends Part 6

Circle Of Friends Complete Collection

Author: Susan Mallery
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488025223
Size: 16,27 MB
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Originally published as the Positively Pregnant series! This box set includes all 6 parts of the Circle of Friends serialization. All 6 parts were previously published as full books: • Having Her Boss’ Baby (Parts 1 and 2 of Circle of Friends) • The Ladies’ Man (Parts 3 and 4 of Circle of Friends) • Her Last First Date (Parts 5 and 6 of Circle of Friends) Get by with a little help from your friends Noelle Stevenson, Rachel Harper, and Crissy Phillips found more than yarn and sweaters at their local knitting group—they found each other, the sisters they never had. Now follow their journey as they navigate love, marriage and babies—not necessarily in that order!—in the Circle of Friends! This box set is approximately 170K words

A Circle Of Friends

Author: Giora Carmi
Editor: Star Bright Books
ISBN: 9781932065008
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When a young boy leaves his muffin beside a sleeping homeless man, a cycle of goodwill begins.

A Circle Of Friends

Author: John O. Waller
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Until Choice Do Us Part

Author: Clare Virginia Eby
Editor: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022608597X
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For centuries, people have been thinking and writing—and fiercely debating—about the meaning of marriage. Just a hundred years ago, Progressive era reformers embraced marriage not as a time-honored repository for conservative values, but as a tool for social change. In Until Choice Do Us Part, Clare Virginia Eby offers a new account of marriage as it appeared in fiction, journalism, legal decisions, scholarly work, and private correspondence at the turn into the twentieth century. She begins with reformers like sexologist Havelock Ellis, anthropologist Elsie Clews Parsons, and feminist Charlotte Perkins Gilman, who argued that spouses should be “class equals” joined by private affection, not public sanction. Then Eby guides us through the stories of three literary couples—Upton and Meta Fuller Sinclair, Theodore and Sara White Dreiser, and Neith Boyce and Hutchins Hapgood—who sought to reform marriage in their lives and in their writings, with mixed results. With this focus on the intimate side of married life, Eby views a historical moment that changed the nature of American marriage—and that continues to shape marital norms today.

Times Gone By

Author: Vicente Pérez Rosales
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199939004
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These memoirs trace the wild and adventurous life of Pérez Rosales from his childhood up to the 1860s. During that approximately half-century he saw and did more than a dozen ordinary men. At age eleven in Argentina he witnessed the executions of Luis and Juan Jose Carrera. From there, his activities and adventures took him on several journeys on sailing vessels around Cape Horn; to Paris, where he witnessed the July revolution of 1830; to various commercial endeavors including a distillery, the practice of medicine, and cattle smuggling; into service as an advisor to an Argentine warlord; as a miner for precious metals in the north of Chile; as participant in the California Gold Rush in 1849; as director of the government's project for German immigration and settlement in the wild south of Chile; and also as Chilean consul and immigration agent in Hamburg. Around the world, Rosales lived through many of his era's watershed moments. His exciting memoirs offer a chance to relive the rush and chaos of these times--from a much safer vantage.

A Dictionary Of The English Language

Author: Samuel Johnson
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Gender Health And Welfare

Author: Anne Digby
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415187008
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Gender, Health and Welfare deals primarily with the century before the creation of the classic welfare state in Britain. It provides a stimulating introduction to an historical era which saw a huge expansion in welfare services, both state and voluntary, and during which women emerged as significant 'consumers' and 'providers' of various measures.

Frankenstein S Science

Author: Christa Knellwolf King
Editor: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754654476
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Frankenstein's Science contextualizes this widely taught novel in contemporary scientific and literary debates, providing new historical scholarship into areas of science and pseudo-science that generated fierce controversy in Mary Shelley's time: anatomy