Turquoise Shades Of Style Book 4

Author: Marilynn Griffith
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441236678
Size: 11,65 MB
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Chenille Rizzo loves God. It's people she has a problem with sometimes, especially after the death of her beloved husband. People such as her star account--a demanding bride long on money and short on tact--make Chenille feel more blue than she'd like to admit. The groom, a homegrown pediatrician, is just the opposite. He has wise eyes, a love for babies, and a comforting voice--a tenor, like Chenille's late husband. And he's just as quiet. Maddeningly so. Does he really love the spoiled diva Chenille is trimming a wedding dress for? Or does his gaze hold the longing she both hopes for . . . and fears? Will she risk losing her business for a chance at happiness with the gentle doctor? Fans of the Shades of Style series will love this satisfying conclusion.

Pink Shades Of Style Book 1

Author: Marilynn Griffith
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 144123926X
Size: 19,88 MB
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Meet Raya Joseph, the creative head designer at an up-and-coming new fashion design firm. Like employees of any fledgling company, Raya and her fellow designers face a variety of challenges--especially when it comes to bringing in business. So when they are hired to design a million-dollar wedding gown, these talented and animated designers are thrilled. But there's one catch. The new customer is the woman who stole Raya's fiancé. Meanwhile, Flex Dunham, an athletic trainer who coaches a charity basketball team, needs team uniforms and soon finds himself in Raya's shop. Raya hasn't looked at a man since her engagement fiasco, so when Flex walks into her office, things get a little complicated. The entertaining first novel in the Shades of Style series, Pink offers a perfect mix of likeable characters, sweet drama, humor, and a little bit of romance.

Art Of Turquoise

Author: Mary Emmerling
Editor: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 1423616316
Size: 15,28 MB
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Turquoise and silver is an icon of the American Southwest. For generations, people have ogled these gemstones in pawn shops, jewelry shops and antiques stores, looking for a special piece of Native American jewelry that speaks to their heart. Southwest jewelry is now valued and collected around the world. Photographs of collectible pieces reveal what the attraction is about. Whether in shades of pale aqua or deeper aquamarine, blue or jade green, Mary Emmerling reveals that the collector's hunt is about color. And beyond jewelry, the color turquoise appears throughout the Southwest in architecture and decoration. After all, it's the color of calm.

Shade And The Pure Blood Faeries Shade Series Book 4

Author: Marilyn Peake
Editor: Marilyn Peake
ISBN:
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All that glitters isn’t gold. All that shimmers isn’t innocent. In her sophomore year at Ocean View College, an institution for training those with magical abilities, Shade is assigned to the Ghost Whisperers House. Likewise, her friends are assigned to houses dedicated to their unique types of magical ability. No longer freshmen, they get to see more of the inner workings of Ocean View: the good, the bad and the ugly. Shade faces several major challenges this year. She supports her selkie friend Apple as she undergoes a difficult surgery. She helps solve the mystery of local children who have gone missing, some returning to their parents in disturbing condition. Learning that the pure-blood faeries wield way too much power in a system that holds others back, Shade also begins fighting to change the status quo. This becomes a pivotal year in Shade’s life as she grows into her destiny as a ghost whisperer.

Enamels Of Limoges

Author: Musée du Louvre
Editor: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 0870997580
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Limoges enamels, the richest surviving corpus of medieval metalwork, were renowned throughout Europe in the Middle Ages. Yet today they are little known outside academic circles. The present volume, published in conjuction with the exhibition Enamels of Limoges, 1100-1350, brings to deserved public attention nearly two hundred of the most important and representative examples from the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Musee du Louvre, the great church.

It S Never Too Late To Look Great

Author: Maggie Cox
Editor: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1789019788
Size: 13,89 MB
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It’s Never Too Late to Look Great! does something the fashion industry is frightened to do. It shows how women over 50 - and beyond - don’t have to be invisible when their faces and figures are less than perfect. This style guide shows how to dress with panache, and open the door to a world of new opportunities, confidence and happiness.

Marie Antoinette

Author: Antonia Fraser
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0297857940
Size: 13,94 MB
Format: PDF
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'Drama, betrayal, religion and sex, it's all here ... Fascinating' GUARDIAN 'Beautifully paced, impeccably written ... Don't miss it' INDEPENDENT 'Fraser is at her best here, lucid, authoritative and compassionate' SUNDAY TIMES 'Superbly researched ... the definitive work on the ill-fated queen' CATHOLIC HERALD Marie Antoinette's dramatic life-story continues to arouse mixed emotions. To many people, she is still 'la reine méchante', whose extravagance and frivolity helped to bring down the French monarchy; her indifference to popular suffering epitomised by the (apocryphal) words: 'let them eat cake'. Others are equally passionate in her defence: to them, she is a victim of misogyny. Antonia Fraser examines her influence over the king, Louis XVI, the accusations and sexual slurs made against her, her patronage of the arts which enhanced French cultural life, her imprisonment, the death threats made against her, rumours of lesbian affairs, her trial (during which her young son was forced to testify to sexual abuse by his mother) and her eventual execution by guillotine in 1793.