The Change Series Boxset

Books 1-4

Author: Melanie Jayne

Publisher: Big Dog Publishing


Category: Fiction

Page: 1135

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People starting over, doing it better, and getting it right. Meet the men of Forde Limited and the women they love. Good- Zoe moved to a new town where she planned to live life on her terms that changed when she is stalked and then attacked. Tony moved home to heal his body and his soul. When he learns about Zoe’s problems, he springs into action to keep his woman safe. Can this couple come to terms with their pasts and make a change for the good? Better- Layla has a price on her head and her only choice is to turn to the owner of Forde Limited for help. Lucas Forde and his company live in the “gray” area of personal security, taking care of things on both sides of the law. When Layla walks into his office he likes what he sees and decides he will be the man to solve her problems. Will they commit to making each day better together? Best- How can two incredibly bright people be so dumb? They are living together, sharing a bed every night, and expect others to believe that they’re “just” friends. Billie simply wants to make it through the day without a break-down. Tye has sworn off relationships but with Billie, he doesn’t feel trapped, instead he feels free. Life is good so refusing to act upon their mutual attraction is for the best, or is it? Perception- Growing up, everyone thought Cress had the perfect life. Good grades, a cheerleader, and great parents, but her home was far from perfect and filled with dark secrets. Now she finds that she is surviving but barely living. Nothing is what it seems in Brian McGuire’s world. He thought his marriage was solid, but learned his wife cheated repeatedly. He’s moved to Indianapolis to rebuild his life. Nobody likes to learn that what they believed was a lie. Can they forget the past and accept the present, while also planning a future together?

Planning Change in the Workplace Super Series

Author: Institute of Leadership &. Mana

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0080464440

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 128

View: 2753


Super series are a set of workbooks to accompany the flexible learning programme specifically designed and developed by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) to support their Level 3 Certificate in First Line Management. The learning content is also closely aligned to the Level 3 S/NVQ in Management. The series consists of 35 workbooks. Each book will map on to a course unit (35 books/units). *Content is well regarded *Popular with those training with the ILM but can also be used for independent study *Content of each workbook now maps to single course unit, resulting in a more user-friendly format.

Change of Heart

Author: Donald Niemand

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595852122

Category: Fiction

Page: 156

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While driving home from his law office in a rainstorm, Roger Whitwood brushes a drunk in the road. As he drives the soaked man to a shelter, he learns Bert has his daughter's blood type. Later, Roger is forced to look Bert up again to get blood when his daughter is in a serious auto accident. A friendship develops between Bert and Roger's family that includes Tad, a boy Bert has been watching over on the streets. At Roger's urging, Bert begins working to restore his self-respect and get off the street. Roger's point of view is altered also, and he begins to take pro bono cases to help people like Bert. Roger's daughter, Sharon, sees a need to help others also. Her attempt to befriend a woman and her small children gets her kidnapped. Bert uses his forgotten skills as a private investigator to find Sharon and arrange her rescue, but is seriously wounded during the rescue. His recovery, assisted by his landlady, results in a romantic relationship. Bert would like to adopt Tad, and so would Roger and his family, but, when Tad's mother shows up unexpectedly, his life is turned into turmoil. Where will Tad end up?

A Change of Heart

Author: Claire Sylvia,William Novak

Publisher: Sphere

ISBN: 9780751519280

Category: Heart

Page: 237

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Claire Sylvia, a 47-year-old teacher from Boston, was the recipient of a heart and lung transplant operation in 1988. Five days later, she began to notice changes in her personality: she started craving beer and chicken nuggets, food she had previously hated; her favourite colours went from pinks to green and blue and she began to ogle girls. Over the years, she has become convinced that something far more serious and miraculous was transferred during that operation. If something as vital and integral to life as a heart and lungs are placed into the waiting body of another, then what becomes of the donor's memories, dreams, cravings, feelings, essence? Might not - must not - some of these be imparted as well? With William Novak (who has co-written the bestselling memoirs of Lee Iacocca amongst others) Claire Sylvia delivers her story - her donor was a male, 18-year-old motorcyclist....