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The Lowcountry Romance Collection

The Lowcountry Romance Collection Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 0718088417
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Enjoy New York Times bestselling author Rachel Hauck’s Lowcountry Romance novels as an e-collection! Sweet Caroline Life hasn't always been so sweet for Caroline Sweeny. She's sacrificed her desires for others—unlike her mother who abandoned their family years ago. But when a friend challenges her to accept an exciting job adventure in Spain, Caroline says "yes" to a new destiny. But before she can pack her bags, Caroline suddenly finds herself the new owner of the run-down Frogmore Cafe—and forced to choose between her friends and her future. Then her first love, Mitch O'Neal, returns home and encourages her to seek God's desires for her future. With his help, she may just discover the true sweet life. Love Starts with Elle Elle loves her life in Beaufort, South Carolina—summer days on the sand bar, coastal bonfires, and dinners with friends, sharing a lifetime of memories. She’s found her stride professionally as the owner of a successful art gallery. Life is good. And she’s found love with handsome, confident Jeremiah Franklin. But Jeremiah has accepted a large pastorate in a different state, so Elle turns her life upside down to take “the call” with him. When Jeremiah has a change of heart, Elle is hurt—and her faith is shaken. New York lawyer and recent widower Heath McCord imagines the lowcountry cottage he’s rented for the summer is the balm his grieving heart needs. That and time to connect with his little girl. He’s unprepared to meet his beautiful landlord, Elle Garvy, or the love her friendship awakens. But God has new blessings in store for the two grieving hearts. Can Elle trust so soon after losing Jeremiah? Can Heath release the memory of his wife and love again? Could love be as simple as trusting enough to take the first step? Dining with Joy Host of a regionally syndicated cooking show, Joy Ballard has a little secret: she can't cook. But when her show is picked up by a major network and given a prime time slot, her world heats up faster than a lowcountry boil. Enter Luke Redmond: handsome, creative, and jobless after having to declare bankruptcy of his Manhatten restaurant. When her producers ask him to co-host the show, Joy sees Luke as her way out. But Luke sees much more than just a co-host in Joy. Their relationship begins to simmer on and off set. Until Joy's secret is revealed and her reputation is ruined on national television by her rival, Wenda Devine. But could Devine's cruelty be a divine gift? Losing Luke—and her sister—forces Joy to consider where her worth really comes from. Could God be cooking up an even bigger adventure from the mess? And will Joy hang on long enough to find out?

Jenny - A Novel

Jenny - A Novel Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sigrid Undset,Alrik Gustafrom
Editor: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1528790391
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“Jenny” is a 1911 novel written by Sigrid Undset. Set in Rome and Norway, it revolves around the protagonist Jenny Winge who sets out to become a professional painter. However, her plans are scuppered when she falls pregnant by her fiancés father. When the baby dies, she descends into a deep depression that ends in tragedy. Sigrid Undset (1882–1949) was a Norwegian novelist most famous for her trilogy “Kristin Lavransdatter”. She won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1928. A fantastic example of classic Norwegian literature not to be missed by fans and collectors of Undset's fantastic work. Read & Co. Books is publishing this classic novel now in a new edition complete with an excerpt from 'Six Scandinavian Novelists' by Alrik Gustafrom.

Nothing but the truth

Nothing but the truth Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Frederic S.Isham
Editor: Prabhat Prakashan
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A ninth-grader's suspension for singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" during homeroom becomes a national news story.

Princess Truly in I Am Truly

Princess Truly in I Am Truly Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kelly Greenawalt
Editor: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 1338184903
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One of Essence Magazine's Best Books of 2017 Princess Truly is strong and confident, beautiful and brave, bright and brilliant. She can do anything she sets her mind to... I can fly to the moon And dance on the stars. I can tame wild lions... And race fast cars. Brimming with warmth and color, Princess Truly's rhythmic rhyming adventures are a celebration of individuality, girl power, and diversity. A perfect graduation gift, this heartfelt story is a reminder to young girls everywhere that they can achieve anything if they put their minds to it...and dream big!

Jenny

Jenny Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sigrid Undset
Editor: Graphic Arts Books
ISBN: 151327693X
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Jenny (1911) is a novel by Norwegian writer Sigrid Undset. Published during the author’s social realist phase, a period in which her writing focused on the lives of everyday Norwegians, Jenny is a moving portrait of idealism and ambition and a tragic tale of talent gone to seed. Although Undset’s later fiction—inspired by her conversion to Catholicism—won her the 1928 Nobel Prize in Literature, her earlier work has remained essential to her legacy. Finding herself uninspired in her native Norway, Jenny Winge, an idealistic and talented painter, moves to Rome in order to further her artistic career. There, she finds not only success, but a fiancé with whom she envisions sharing a life and family. Moved by hidden desires, however, Jenny strikes up an affair with the man’s father that leaves her pregnant, disgraced, and alone. Determined as ever despite being shaken from her path as an artist, Jenny determines to raise the child by herself, forsaking convention while simultaneously risking her life and the life of her baby. From artistic achievement to mere independence, Jenny is forced to drastically shift her ambitions, to remain unbroken in a world that seems intent on breaking every hope she holds. Jenny is a realist novel that takes an unsparing look at the role of women in society while illuminating the struggles a young artist faces on the path to success and independence. With a beautifully designed cover and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of Sigrid Undset’s Jenny is a classic of Norwegian literature reimagined for modern readers.