It is the fourth book in the Road to Blissville series but can be read as a standalone book. This book contains sexually explicit material and is intended for adults eighteen and over.
Author: Aimee Nicole Walker
Publisher: Chasing Rainbows Press LLC
Category: Gay men
At the café Milo Miracle co-owns with his twin sister, coffee and pastries are served up along with his unique blend of sass and snark. Milo knows that small-town life often means that every day is the same as the one before, and excitement can only be found in the gossip that travels faster than the speed of light. When the dark-haired Adonis who broke his heart returns home after a twelve-year absence, Milo unhappily finds himself at the center of Blissville's favorite pastime. Andy Mason was practically a kid when he left home to pursue big-league ambitions, but the man who returns to Blissville is humbled by shattered dreams and secrets he's not ready to share with Milo. Andy's no stranger to grit and determination, and he'll need both to win back Milo's cynical heart. Strong wills clash with stubborn hearts, triggering combustible passion once Andy starts renovations at the café. Milo would like to keep Andy's hands busy doing something other than construction. Andy would like to suggest what Milo can do with his wicked tongue besides trade barbs with him. Neither man is willing to budge until they get a little shove from an outside force. Will Andy and Milo learn that trust is a two-way street, or will this time around end as disastrous as the first? This time around is a witty, sexy, and endearing love story about two men who learn how to balance push and pull, both in and out of the bedroom. It is the fourth book in the Road to Blissville series but can be read as a standalone book. This book contains sexually explicit material and is intended for adults eighteen and over.
This stockade and blockhouse stood on the raised ground at the southeast corner of Route 4 and the Blissville Road ... A very large key about five inches long , badly rusted was picked up , so large as to be unusual , and probably the ...
How near my dream may be reailzed , or what choice lots were bid off at $ 4 and $ 5 per acre ; some , perhaps ... About this time , that part of the Michigan Road between Logansport and Michigan City was surveyed , located and let out ...
1Williams, Ann, “Orchard Parade, Wing Tai buy Tien Wah site” The Straits Times, 4 August 1994. ... 4Based on an estimated project value of S$302 million, the 60% OPH stake in the joint venture was estimated at about S$181.2 million.
Author: Ngee Huat Seek
Publisher: World Scientific
Category: Business & Economics
' Singapore''s Real Estate: 50 Years of Transformation documents the transformation and development of the real estate market in Singapore over the past 50 years. This volume is organised around two major themes, and covers issues from the "bricks and mortar" to the capital markets; and from local to international real estate markets. The themes aptly describe how real estate has played an important role in the economic development and growth of Singapore from a third world to a first world country. Written by well-renowned experts with deep academic and practical knowledge of the progress of real estate in Singapore, this book highlights the uniqueness of real estate markets and institutions in Singapore, which have constantly been replicated and adopted in other markets. Contents:The Making of a Global City:Evolution of the Real Estate Industry in Singapore (Seek Ngee Huat)Transforming a Nation: Role of Government Agencies (Yu Shi Ming & Sing Tien Foo)Changing Skyline: Real Estate Development Industry in Singapore (Sing Tien Foo)Role of Real Estate Service Providers in Growing the Real Estate Industry (Yu Shi Ming)A Global Real Estate Market Place:Singapore Commercial Real Estate Industry in a Global Context (Seek Ngee Huat)Exporting Singapore''s Experiences in Real Estate Development and Urban Planning (Sing Tien Foo & Yu Shi Ming)Real Estate Capital Markets:The Rise of Singapore''s Real Estate Investment Trust (SREIT) Market (Sing Tien Foo)Bridging the Gap between Capital and Real Estate Markets (Sing Tien Foo)50 Years of Grooming Real Estate Talents:Real Estate Education (Yu Shi Ming)Transforming Singapore''s Real Estate: Building on Firm Foundation (Sing Tien Foo & Yu Shi Ming) Readership: Undergraduate students of real estate; professionals, policy-makers and practitioners, investors, and academics who are interested in real estate markets, housing policies, financing innovations and cross-border investments in Singapore; and members of the general public interested in learning more about the history of real estate in Singapore over the past 50 years. Key Features:A good reference book for professionals, students, and also investors interested in the evolution and transformation of the real estate market in SingaporeImportant case studies that cover some of the experiences in overseas ventures and some key local development milestonesPart of the World Scientific Series on 50 Years of Nation-Building celebrating Singapore''s half-century of independenceKeywords:Singapore Real Estate Market;International Real Estate Markets;Cross-Border Real Estate Investments;International Portfolio Diversification Strategies;Brick and Mortar;Securitisation;Capital Markets;Equity Markets;Debt Markets;Public Agencies and Policies;Private Real Estate Development Industry;Private Equity Funds;Institutional Investors;Sovereign Wealth Funds'
Line of road completed : Blissville to near Gaines Landing , Ark . , with branch , 27 miles . Gauge , standard . Equipment : Locomotives , 4 ; cars , 75 . Capital Stock .-- Authorized and outstanding , $ 220,000 ; par , $ 100 .
Line of road completed : Blissville to near Gaines Landing , Ark . , with branch , 27 miles . Gauge , standard . Equipment : Locomotives , 4 ; cars , 75 . Capital Stock . - Authorized and outstanding , $ 220,000 ; par , $ 100 .
This stockade and blockhouse stood on the raised ground at the southeast corner of Route 4 and the Blissville Road ... A very large key about eight inches long , badly rusted was picked up , so large as to be unusual , and probably the ...
Cauge , 4 ft . 81 in . Rail ( etecl ) , 65 lbs . Chartereil June 4 , 1903 ; road opened as above Feb. 1. 1904. COBstruction is in progress on the line to Tulsa , and it is expected to complete same about Oct. 1. Locomotives , 12.
Sons Daniel, Luke, Bethuel and John were all married and all living in Blissville Parish, but at that time Gladstone was ... The only note that has appeared so far about their business undertakings is one that tells of King DeWitt, ...
Author: Vona DeWitt Smith
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
The DeWitt genealogy is a fascinating study of 26 generations of the family from 1293 to the present. This work is the collaboration of descendants of the three children of Leucas, ninth child of Tierck Clafsen DeWitt. American Ambassador Lester DeWitt Ballor of UEL descent obtained a copy from The Royal Library of the Hague of Beschayving DerStad Dordrecht by Mattys Balen, Jans Zoon published in 1677. This information provided the first thirteen generations in Holland. He also received a 32-page copy of a lawsuit in 1684 by Jan DeWitt on behalf of his brother Tierck for rent owned by Pieter Janz, their sister Faelde's husband. The property was land inherited by Tierck from his father Nicholaas. It provided information on her mother Taetje Cornelisz, her father, brothers and their shipyard.
Some of the passengers stayed aboard for the night , and others got off and made their way to shelter in Blissville . How they succeeded in reach . ing Blissville , about a mile distant , is not known . About midnight Councilman Joseph ...