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The Morning After

by Sandra Chastain

Passion is in the cards for Sandra Chastain's hero Razor Cody--a man searching for revenge who ends up finding something far sweeter. Rachel Kimble has a feeling her life is about to change--so the knock on her front door, and the person behind it, are not totally unexpected. Razor Cody is a confident man with a stormy past and a mind set on vengeance: His only intention is to pass through Rachel's life like a warm Savannah breeze. But he's drawn to stay, intent on discovering what really brought them together. Razor Cody's not the sort to believe in fate, or visions, or love at first sight. What he does believe in is the way he feels when he lays eyes on beautiful, bewitching Rachel. But he has come to Savannah to settle a score, and falling for a lost lamb who speaks of destiny and dreams is not in his plans. And yet, no matter how he may try to shield his heart, when he discovers the kind of power their connection can bring, he'll do whatever it takes to keep Rachel safe--and in his arms. Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from other Loveswept titles.

The Morning After

by Chantal Hebert

A sly, insightful and wonderfully original book from one of Canada's most popular political analysts, Chantal Hébert, and one of Quebec's top political broadcasters, Jean Lapierre. Only the most fearless of political journalists would dare to open the old wounds of the 1995 Quebec referendum, a still-murky episode in Canadian history that continues to defy our understanding. The referendum brought one of the world's most successful democracies to the brink of the unknown, and yet Quebecers' attitudes toward sovereignty continue to baffle the country's political class. Interviewing 17 key political leaders from the duelling referendum camps, Hébert and Lapierre begin with a simple premise: asking what were these political leaders' plans if the vote had gone the other way. Even 2 decades later, their answers may shock you. And in asking an unexpected question, these veteran political observers cleverly expose the fractures, tensions and fears that continue to shape Canada today.

The Morning After (Chrystal Falls #4)

by Caroline B. Cooney

"The Morning After" continues to explore the destructive nature of hatred, the crime of indifference, and the power of accepting love and responsibility -- in the fourth book of the Chrystal Falls series.

The Morning-After Proposal

by Sheri Whitefeather

Like a man possessed, Dylan Trueno had searched for-and finally found-Julia Alcott, the one woman he could not forget. Though they were practically strangers, he vowed to brand her as his own. . . ;even if it meant preserving a secret that could destroy their very souls. How to resist such an uncompromisingly sexy man? Julia had fought so long to keep her identity, how could she allow herself to be swept into Dylan's conflicting world where secrets, scandals and the sensual danger of becoming his wife awaited her?

The Morning After (Savannah #2)

by Lisa Jackson

A gruesome and salacious murder mystery.

The Morning and the Evening

by Joan Williams

Finalist for the National Book Award: Joan Williams's unforgettable first novel is the story of a small Southern town struggling to care for one of its own In a rundown farmhouse in Mississippi, Jake Darby wakes up one morning to find his world forever changed. His long-suffering mother has died overnight, abandoning forty-year-old Jake, who is mute and, according to his neighbors, not quite right in the head. With no family to take him in, it is up to the townspeople of Marigold to take care of Jake, a grave responsibility that brings out the best--and the worst--of a community in which painful truths are usually hidden from sight. In such a place, even the kindest of acts can lead to the most tragic of outcomes. Heralded as the debut of a major new talent when it was first published in 1961, The Morning and the Evening won the John P. Marquand First Novel Award from the Book-of-the-Month Club and established Joan Williams as a leading voice in Southern literature. Elegant, compassionate, and deeply unsettling, it is a portrait of the human spirit in all of its flawed and intricate beauty, and a tale firmly grounded in reality yet told with all the power of myth.

Morning Comes Softly

by Debbie Macomber

A shy Louisiana librarian fears she'll always be alone, so she answers an ad for a wife from a rancher in Montana.

Morning Food

by Laurie Smith John B. Bear Margaret S. Fox

For more than 20 years, Margaret Fox served up some of California's tastiest breakfasts and brunches at her landmark restaurant Caf?© Beaujolais on the Mendocino coast. The original MORNING FOOD shared Fox's legendary dishes and became a comfort food classic. Fully revised with the addition of 30 new recipes, evocative photographs, and a fresh look, the new edition of MORNING FOOD has all the cozy appeal and culinary authority of the original in a charming new package.Reviews"It's a book worth getting up for."-San Francisco Chronicle"With homey graphics and photographs and authors named Fox and Bear, the book has a cozy feeling that matches its subject."-Philadelphia Inquirer and Baltimore Sun "Whether you'¬?re a Caf?© Beaujolais neophyte or a longtime groupie, Morning Food is a treasure."-Kansas City Star". . . for those who love breakfast (any time of day)."-Omaha World-Herald"An unpretentious take on wonderful, homey food."-Sacramento Bee"Caf?© Beaujolais founder finds a delicious new calling."-Los Angeles Times"Morning Food belies its contents. . . these are foods that diners would find satisfying and nurturing at any time of day. . . the Buttermilk Cinnamon Coffee Cake is incredible."-Contra Costa Times"Fox'¬?s conversational tone makes you want to pick up the phone to call and chat it up with her as you whip up your mouth-watering first meal of the day. ...The recipes are consistently delicious and impressive. If you enjoy good morning food, you'¬?ll enjoy this book any time of day."-Cookbook Digest

A Morning for Flamingos (Dave Robicheaux #4)

by James Lee Burke

Clutching the shards, of his shattered life, Cajun detective Dave Robicheaux has rejoined the New lberia police force.His partner is dead--slain during a condemned prisoner's bloody flight to freedom that left Robicheaux critically wounded and reawakened the ghost of his haunted, violent past.Following the trail of the escaped convicts, Robicheaux is soon drawn back to New Orleans. But this time, the stakes are even higher. He's working for the DEA undercover in an attempt to incriminate Tony Cardo, a clinically insane drug lord. But all Robicheaux's really got is revenge on the mind. And he'll only be satisfied when the killers who upended his life have been brought to justice.

The Morning Gift

by Eva Ibbotson

Ruth Berger tries to escape Vienna with her Jewish-Austrian family before the Nazis arrive, but the plan goes wrong. Ruth meets British college professor Quin Sommerville. They agree to a marriage of convenience, to be annulled as soon as they return to safety, but dissolving the marriage proves to be more difficult than either of them thought.

Morning Glory

by Lavyrle Spencer

When x-con Will is releaced from jail, he responds to a newspaper add written by Elly, a woman looking for a husband. She has the reputation of being crazy, but maybe they both are... for each other!

Morning Is a Long Time Coming

by Bette Greene

Eighteen-year-old Patty is not able to face future till she knows her past. She decides to go to Germany in search of Anton's mother a link to the man she loved and lost. She stops in Paris, where she meets Roger; now she must think twice..

Morning Is a Long Time Coming

by Bette Greene

In the sequel to Summer of My German Soldier, Patty Bergen sets out to find Anton's mother--and the love she lost It has been six years since Patty Bergen hid German war prisoner Anton Reiker in the room above her family's garage. Six years since Anton was hunted down and killed before Patty's eyes. Six years since she was branded a "Jew Nazi-lover," kicked out of school, and sent to a reformatory. No one in the small town of Jenkinsville has forgotten what she did, and Patty's graduation from high school is bittersweet. As lonesome as ever, Patty decides to use the money her parents set aside for college tuition to travel to Europe in search of Anton's mother. But while Patty searches for the last connection to her lost love, she might find even more than she was looking for. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Bette Greene including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author's personal collection.

Morning Light

by Catherine Anderson

Born with second sight, Loni McEwen has vowed to ignore the visions that have brought her so much heartbreak. Then she meets Clint Harrigan and realizes she has no choice but to warn the handsome cowboy that his son is in danger. A hard-working no-nonsense rancher Clint Harrigan doesn't believe the pretty stranger - especially since he doesn't even have a son! But then he sees Loni's predictions unfolding on the local news - an orphaned boy lost in the dense Oregon wilderness. Loni and Clint rush to the woods to help in the search for the lost boy. And as long nights follow exhausting days their feelings for each other grow stronger and what began as a race against time becomes a shared journey of trust understanding and unexpected love.

Morning Light

by Amy E Dean

A book of fresh meditations, Morning Light offers beautifully written bursts of inspiration to help you begin each day with renewed self-confidence and serenity.Amy Dean brings the comfort and courage offered in her top-selling mediation book Night Light to this companion for the morning hours, helping devoted fans and new readers start their day on a bright and positive note. Written in her signature personable style, these sensitively chosen quotations, inspiring reflections, and simple prayers work together to make each day of the year one to look forward to.About the author Amy Dean is the best-selling author of several meditation books, including the companion book Night Light, and is an in-demand speaker on recovery topics and self-esteem.

Morning Light (Kendrick/Coulter #8)

by Catherine Anderson

Born with second sight, Loni MacEwen has vowed to ignore the visions that have brought her so much heartbreak. Then she meets Clint Harrigan and realizes she must warn him about his son. Clint doesn't believe her, especially since he doesn't have a son, but he sees the drama that Loni predicted unfolding in the local news.

A Morning Like This

by Deborah Bedford

David and Abby Treasure seem to have everything together: a perfect marriage, a perfect son, and a perfect life. But one simple phone call turns their world upside down. Years ago, David had an affair outside of his marriage, and though he never knew it, the affair produced a daughter. Now his former lover calls with heartbreaking news: his daughter is dying of leukemia. Her only hope for survival is a bone marrow transplant-from David or his son. Can David and Abby set aside their betrayal and anger to save a little girl's life? If they can make it through, they may find that their love for one another and their faith in God can be redeemed . . . and grow stronger than ever before.

Morning, Noon and Night

by Alison Tyler

According to statistics, men think about sex 20 times a day and women around ten. Alison Tyler thinks about sex twenty four hours a day and the result is this sizzling collection of headily sensual stories, Morning, Noon, and Night. Fortunately, noted eroticist Tyler is half of a happy couple, well matched in every way so no editor is better equipped to curate a book of erotica designed to stimulate the minds, hearts (not to mention everything else) and stir the souls of couples to enjoy each other morning, noon, and night. From delicious trysts at dawn's early light to naughty nooners to afternoon delight and dinner in flagrante delicto and beyond, Alison Tyler is your guide to a scorching hot sex, anywhere, anytime.

Morning Noon & Night

by Sidney Sheldon

A beautiful woman attends a family gathering following the mysterious death of Harry Stanford, claiming to be his long-lost child and stating her rights to a share of the tycoon's estate, in a hypnotic, roller-coaster novel.

Morning Poems

by Robert Bly

"Morning Poemsis a sensational collection -- Robert Bly's best in many years. Inspired by the example of William Stafford, Bly decided to embark on the project of writing a daily poem: Every morning he would stay in bed until he had completed the day's work. These 'little adventures/In Morning longing,' as he calls them, address classic poetic subjects (childhood, the seasons, death and heaven) in a way that capitalizes fully on the pun in the book's title. These are morning poems, full of the delight and mystery of waking in a new day, and they also do their share of mourning, elegizing the deceases and capturing the 'moment of sorror before creation.' Some of the poems are dialogues where unconventional speakers include mice, maple trees, bundles of grain, the body, the 'oldest mind' and the soul. A particularly moving sequence involves Bly's imaginative transactions with a great and unlikely precursor, Wallace Stevens. The whole is a fascinating and original book from one of our most fascinating authors." -- David Lehman

The Morning River

by W. Michael Gear

During the winter of 1825, Richard Hamilton--a timid Harvard philosophy student--arrives in St. Louis on business for his father. Robbed and beaten, desperate to save his life, he reluctantly joins the crew of the Maria fur trader's keelboat.

The Morning Side of Dawn

by Justine Davis

Destiny Can Be DangerousA brief, fated moment at a wedding, and Cassie Cameron was hooked. She'd been unable to forget Dar Cordell, though months had passed. Who could explain it? She was surrounded by handsome, glamorous men every day, and yet somehow Dar had touched her soul...in a once-in-a-lifetime way.Meanwhile, someone was watching. Someone else had his eye on Cassie, and time was running out when fate cruelly chose to reunite her with Dar. Suddenly the obstacles they faced were greater than ever-their very lives were on the line. Would one moment of passion have to last them a lifetime?

Morning Sun on a White Piano

by Robin Meyers

There's a lot of talk these days about slowing down, simplifying, living in the moment, but it isn't really happening. We all talk the talk, but the walk we walk seems to be getting faster and faster, and we seem to be enjoying it less and less. Our problem is that, in search of life, we pass it by.Morning Sun on a White Piano is the perfect tonic for the freneticism of contemporary life. In twelve lucid, straightforward essays, Dr. Robin Meyers offers a brilliant guide to achieving the simple and sacramental life by recognizing what is holy in the seemingly insignificant details of everyday life: Books. Music. Letters. Children.Morning Sun on a White Piano is a book about finding joy in the present, about reclaiming the lost art of living, hearing again, in a culture that has gone deaf; seeing again, in a culture that's blinded; and feeling again, in a culture that overstimulates and numbs itself. If simplifying our lives means singing the song, Morning Sun on a White Piano challenges us to learn the dance.Compact, accessible, gorgeously written, and beautifully designed, here is a book that is a perfect gift for anyone--especially ourselves.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Mornings Like This: Found Poems

by Annie Dillard

In Mornings Like This, Annie Dillard extracts and rearranges sentences from old--and often odd--books, and composes ironic poems--some serious, some light--on the heartfelt themes of love, nature, nostalgia, and death. Clever, original, sometimes humorous, and often profound, this collection is sure to charm her fans, both old and new.

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