“Once you visit Silver Springs, you’ll never want to leave.”—Robyn Carr, #1 New York Times bestselling author Escape to Silver Springs, the picturesque small California town where love conquers all… After catching her fiancé ...
Author: Brenda Novak
“Once you visit Silver Springs, you’ll never want to leave.”—Robyn Carr, #1 New York Times bestselling author Escape to Silver Springs, the picturesque small California town where love conquers all… After catching her fiancé cheating—with another man—usually straitlaced, workaholic Ellie Fisher indulges in a one-night stand with a tall dark stranger she meets at a trendy Miami bar. Embarrassed, she ducks out the following morning without learning the guy’s full name, something that shouldn’t have been a problem…until a pregnancy test turns positive. Being a professional football player, Hudson King has always been cautious around women. But this one had been different—so disinterested in his celebrity, so convincingly into him. When Ellie tracks him down, claiming she’s carrying his baby, he’s stunned. But having grown up as an orphan, he’ll do anything to stay involved in his child’s life, so he urges Ellie to move to Silver Springs, where they can co-parent. Hudson has a lot of love to give. Certainly enough for his child…and, he soon learns, for Ellie too.
“At that point,” Amanda remarked later, “I started thinking that maybe this was
Nicole's idea. You see, she was ... It wasn't until I listened to Nicole's testimony
and all of the testimony that it gave me the picture of what happened.” Thus, after
Author: M. William Phelps
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Category: True Crime
A teenage daughter and her disturbed online lover plot her mother’s brutal murder in this classic true-crime thriller by New York Times bestselling journalist M. William Phelps. “Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers.” —Allison Brennan An online love affair, a mother’s anguish, a shockingly brutal murder… Jeanne Dominico was a hard-working single mother. Nicole, her fourteen-year-old daughter, was on the honor roll—and head over heels in love with an older teen she’d met through the Internet. Once the lovers met in person, Jeanne sensed trouble. If only she’d known that the life in danger was her own. With a history of psychological trouble and family misfortune, Billy Sullivan demanded obsessive and controlling power over Nicole. The twisted Romeo and Juliet responded to Jeanne’s motherly concern with brutal fury—her fiancé discovered Jeanne’s beaten, barely recognizable body on the kitchen floor. Nicole’s stunning confession and guilty plea led to Billy’s sensational trial, where a sordid tale of love, loss, betrayal, and murder finally took a cold-blooded killer offline—and on line for justice. INCLUDES 16 PAGES OF SHOCKING PHOTOS “Phelps is one of America’s finest true-crime authors.” —Vincent Bugliosi “Phelps knows how to work it.” —Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review “Master of true crime.” —Real Crime magazine “Anything by Phelps is an eye-opening experience.” —Suspense Magazine
Barbara Joosse. I'd teach you to look for hidden streams and push through dry
earth until you reached water. Then, Tender Heart, we'd splash sweet water over
our tongues. Papa, what if I was the herd boy? I would.
Author: Barbara Joosse
Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC
Category: Juvenile Fiction
The bestselling and much-loved Mama, Do You Love Me? and its tender companion, Papa, Do You Love Me? are paired in this bundled ebook, perfect for a new generation of families. Accompanied by beautiful watercolor illustrations and reassuring texts, these heartwarming stories share a universal message: that a parent's love is everlasting and unconditional.
Not until I wanted you to ? ” “ I think I always wanted you to want me to , ” she
replied , naïvely ; “ but I would never have let myself love you , " she continued
very seriously , “ until I was sure you loved me . ” “ You could have helped it ,
loved you, because there is nothing in heaven or earth I would not do for you,
because if you asked me for all I ... times more than it ever meant to any one, not until you know that I love you through and through with every part of me, with
Author: F. Marion Crawford
Publisher: Good Press
"Marion Darche" by F. Marion Crawford. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright OfficePublish On: 1975
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11 never be free of me . EU474016 . You ' ll never be happy until you find God .
EU484910 . You ' ll never be lonely again . EU476097 You ' 11 never be mine .
No , I Creator , Forget - me - not . ' ” - From the GerMassa . " And on asking his
reason why , his man . reply was , “ I never heard any ting about you , or even
saw you until you came to me here . " “ But Edward , you say that you love Jesus ,
As I knowledge myself ; how I had learnt to love her , lay a - thinking , Milly glided
very softly into the how her coldness had crushed my love until I thought room ,
and , without seeing me , went up to the win- it had died out , and how the story I ...
Come , now , there grand means of defence , when the garrison was more is only
one thing , to show me you do love me . ... Edméecried , for the first time in my life
, “ Yes , I love you ! yes , “ You shall not leave here until you belong to me .
Is it not to tell you once vowed to strive and win the very privilege I have more
how dear you are to me - how wretched I have taken , of placing this ring upon
your hand myself . been ? " I will not let you go until you now tell me when I " You love ...
Yes , if that love for you which has grown with my growth were taken from me ,
nothing of me would remain . You loved me once ; you loved me better than
Claude when we were children“ Until I found out who you were , " I answered ; "
and for ...
I was true to her until I saw you , until I loved you , Mary ; and now you — you of
all others - dare to taunt me with my broken faith . ' •You love me then , Gilbert - you love me now - you love me at last ; then my life ' s sacrifice has not been
She says she loves me , and I pledge was at this announcement . I thought he myself to be a good husband to her . " could not really mean it , until I looked up , |
My mother looked from one to the other and saw his earnest face . I don ' t know ...
Author: Klara (Müller) Mundt (Frau)Publish On: 1893
There , and not until we reach there , ” said she , gravely . “ I re . quire a last proof
of your devotion , count . I exact that until we arrive in Paris you shall not speak to me of love . You shall consider me as a sister , and allow me the privilege of ...
love you . ever . Will you of pain . “ Respect ! admire ! " he repeat you would love me still , perhaps , because ed , sadly . ... you hadn't spoken to me of this until
There was a second's pause again , and until after the operation you have just
Author: Henry Mills Alden
Category: American literature
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Perhaps you will tell me you have always loved Him . ... Can you say , “ I love Him
because He first loved me ? ... There can be no work done for God , there can be
no real worship in His house of prayer , until we are reconciled and forgiven .
... come to me again ! I love you saw her eyes gleam with the fires of hatred better
than name , home , liberty , life . I have ... I could not help doing love made me as
foolish as a child , “ all my And I ain sure she saw that my eyes life is bound up in
you . I care for naught ... come to me again ! ” really , for I shall never be content until I But she stood still , her hands trembling hear the words from your own lips .
No , I was me until you have heard what I have to say . not ! " and his voice was
full of exultation . Let me look in your face , and see if I can “ I see the same look
in your eyes again . find what I thought I saw there when we You love me , my ...
he asked calmly . “ If down and listen to me , and I will tell you love me , why do
you refuse to be you . ... The heart does travel until we get tired of traveling , not
conduct itself so . and then we will settle down some“ Hush ! Do not speak , for I
He did love me , and reader , nor shall I now . I am no extraordinary had , he said
, with a mischievous smile , since beauty , yet I flatter myself I cannot be called "
the first day we met , " ' and had hoped , until he ugly . Was it Dr. Larcom once ...