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Claiming the Rancher's Heart

by Cindy Kirk

The sleepy town of Wildwoods was abuzz with romance ever since a doctoral student decided to come there and find everyone's perfect match. When sophisticated city girl Stacie Summers was paired with rugged cowboy Josh Collins, they both thought it was a terrible mistake. After all, they didn't have a thing in common...other than the spark that instantly flared between them. But even though Josh thought his survey result was way off base, he couldn't push the gregarious Stacie from his mind. And Stacie's low opinion of ranchers inched up with her heart rate whenever Josh was around. Could this unlikely friendship turn into something even unlikelier--love?

Claiming the Temptress

by Renee Field

After centuries of slavery to Poseidon, demi-god Rourk has finally won his freedom-and the hand of Poseidon's daughter, Lily. She's a temptress he's long desired to claim, but she's unaware that Rourk is her intended husband. When Lily escapes to Earth to indulge in carnal delights before what she assumes will be a passionless marriage, Rourk is hot on her trail. He may be able to convinces her to return home-but in exchange, he must grant her a night of pleasure....

Claiming Your Place at the Fire: Living the Second Half of Your Life on Purpose

by Richard J. Leider David A. Shapiro

More than 10,000 people turn 50 every day in the U. S. ; how do they handle this shift? Claiming Your Place at the Fire invites this group of "new elders" to ask four key questions: Who am I? New elders synthesize and transfer the wisdom of the past into the present. Where do I belong? They have a powerful sense of where they have come from, where they are, and where they are going. How do I bring my passions alive? They rejoice in rediscovering their life's work, their calling, their vocation. What is my life's purpose? Freed from imposed schedules and demands, new elders now find the freedom to create their lives anew. This timely book describes how new older adults can rekindle the good life, relight the fire within, and share that warmth and light with others.

Claiming Your Self-Esteem

by Carolyn M. Ball

Through discussions of the dynamics of self-esteem, stories of successful life transformations, and powerful exercises that really work, psychotherapist and teacher Carolyn Ball shows that when we learn to love and respect ourselves, we can live the kind of happy and creative lives we have always wanted.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Claire and the Unicorn Happy Ever After

by Susan Mitchell B. G. Hennessy

Once Upon A Time, a little girl called Claire and her stuffed unicorn, Capricorn, were very fond of fairy tales. Every night Claire's father read them stories of frog princes and fairy princesses, and every night every character lived happily ever after. Then one evening, just as a story came to its close, Claire suddenly wondered: What, exactly, makes someone happy forever? It was a question to answer as she slept. So Claire hugged Capricorn, and together they drifted into a dreamland adventure....

Claire at Sixteen

by Susan Beth Pfeffer

When Claire fears her family might be falling apart, she knows she'll have to fight her own battles--and she plans to win Always the beauty of the family and often the most ambitious, Claire Sebastian doesn't feel sixteen, and she doesn't dream of romance--she dreams of diamonds. Diamonds and emeralds and anything else that will pay for the best doctors to treat her sister Sybil, now an invalid after a terrible accident. Claire knows that her cheekbones and charm are her best assets, but she'll also need a shrewd strategy if she's going to save her family from their financial troubles. And she's on her own: Her parents, Nicky and Megs, are completely wrapped up in Sybil's recovery, and Claire's sisters just aren't as ruthless as she is. A visit with Aunt Grace and a chance look at an old photograph give Claire the ammunition she needs to pull off her plan. But as it starts to unfold, she realizes that people are going to get hurt . . . and one of them may be her.

Claire Can't Lose (Making Out, Book 12)

by Katherine Applegate

The start of the new year sees hearts broken and mended. Nina isn't at the hospital with Ben when he needs her most. Claire gets thinks she's gotten her soul mate, but he's leaving the island along with Christopher who's departing with shattered dreams. Jake sees a softer side of Lara and hopes she'll join him at AA meetings. Zoey and Lucas are forgiving and forgiven. The teens on the island are thinking about the future where nothing is certain. Track their every day lives and their love lives in all twenty-eight books in the Making Out series available from Bookshare including: #1 Zoey Fools Around, #2 Jake Finds Out, #3 Nina Won't Tell, #4 Ben's In Love, #5 Claire Gets Caught, #6 What Zoey Saw, #7 Lucas Gets Hurt, #8 Aisha Goes Wild, #9 Zoey Plays Games, #10 Nina Shapes Up, #11 Ben Takes A Chance, #13 Don't Tell Zoey, #14 Aaron Lets Go, #15 Who Loves Kate?, #16 Lara Gets Even, #17 Two Timing Aisha, #18 Zoey Speaks Out, #19 Kate Finds Love, #20 Never Trust Lara, and #21 Trouble with Aaron.

Claire (Clique Summer Collection #5)

by Lisi Harrison

Will Claire's Florida BFFs become former BFFs? Back in Orlando for the summer, Claire is reunited with her Florida best friends, Sarah, Sari, and Mandy, after a long year apart. Her FBFs haven't changed at all. Too bad they think Claire has . . . and not for the better. Claire sets out to prove her loyalty by entering Kissimmee's Miss Kiss pageant. But when a very special visitor shows up and vows to win the crown, Claire finds herself torn between Keds and couture. Will Claire finally kiss-immee her past goodbye-once and for all?

Claire DeWitt and the Bohemian Highway

by Sara Gran

"A distinctive new American voice in mystery fiction." --NPR's Fresh Air When Claire DeWitt's ex-boyfriend Paul Casablancas, a musician, is found dead in his Mission District house, Claire is on the case. Paul's wife and the police are sure Paul was killed for his valuable collection of vintage guitars. But Claire, the best detective in the world, has other ideas. Even as her other cases offer hints to Paul's fate--a missing girl in the grim East Village of the 1980s and an epidemic of missing miniature horses in Marin County--Claire knows: the truth is never where you expect it, and love is the greatest mystery of all. "There's absolutely nothing predictable about either the multilayered investigation--cloaked in references to Indian scriptures, Thomas Merton, and cheesy 1980s TV mysteries--or DeWitt herself, who charms despite her fraying life. A" --Entertainment Weekly "Gran's building something here, something bigger and better than a mere series. She's building a labyrinthine world and filling it out completely, and I'm just happy to be along for the ride." --Los Angeles Review of Books

Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead

by Sara Gran

Claire DeWitt is not your average private investigator. She has brilliant deductive skills and is an ace at discovering evidence. But Claire also uses her dreams, omens, and mind-expanding herbs to help her solve mysteries, and relies on Détection -- the only book published by the late, great, and mysterious French detective Jacques Silette. The tattooed, pot-smoking Claire has just arrived in post-Katrina New Orleans, the city she's avoided since her mentor, Silette's student Constance Darling, was murdered there. Claire is investigating the disappearance of Vic Willing, a prosecutor known for winning convictions in a homicide- plagued city. Has an angry criminal enacted revenge on Vic? Or did he use the storm as a means to disappear? Claire follows the clues, finding old friends and making new enemies -- foremost among them Andray Fairview, a young gang member who just might hold the key to the mystery. Littered with memories of Claire's years as a girl detective in 1980s Brooklyn, Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead is a knockout start to a bracingly original new series.

Claire Gets Caught (Making Out, Book 5)

by Katherine Applegate

Claire just can't mind her own business. It may be meddling, but she knows deep down inside, her friends desperately need her guidance. How would they ever get by without her? The gang is going on a ski trip to Killington and everyone is sure they'll to have a fantastic time. But with Claire along, there may be more trouble than fun. Claire means well, but her meddling is sure to turn the ski trip into anything but fantastic. Get to the heart of these teen romances by catching up on the whole Making Out series at Bookshare including: #1 ZOEY FOOLS AROUND, #2 JAKE FINDS OUT, #3 NINA WON'T TELL, #4 BEN'S IN LOVE, #6 WHAT ZOEY SAW, #7 LUCAS GETS HURT, #8 AISHA GOES WILD, #9 ZOEY PLAYS GAMES, and #10 NINA SHAPES UP, with more to come!

Claire Of The Moon

by Nicole Conn

Novel version of the classic lesbian movie; two women meet at a writer's colony.

Claire of the Wild Rose Inn, 1928

by Jennifer Armstrong

Struggling with financial difficulties due to the Prohibition and her brother's wish to make the inn into a speakeasy, Claire MacKenzie is drawn into a mystery regarding the murder of the town drunk and fears her brother may be involved.

Claire Shaeffer's Fabric Sewing Guide

by Claire Shaeffer

Claire Shaeffer's Fabric Sewing Guide is your one-stop sewing resource, with answers to the most common sewing questions and details about the latest advancements in sewing. This new, thoroughly updated edition contains everything you need to know, and will surely be a reference you will review again and again. In addition to an extensive glossary with answers to the most common sewing questions, this must-have guide includes easy-to-read charts for needle sizes and thread and stabilizer types. It also includes 225 full-color photos and a fabric and fiber dictionary. Truly a one-stop reference when looking for answers.

Claire Shaeffer's Fabric Sewing Guide

by Claire Shaeffer

Claire Shaeffer's Fabric Sewing Guide is your one-stop sewing resource, with answers to the most common sewing questions and details about the latest advancements in sewing. This new, thoroughly updated edition contains everything you need to know, and will surely be a reference you will review again and again. In addition to an extensive glossary with answers to the most common sewing questions, this must-have guide includes easy-to-read charts for needle sizes and thread and stabilizer types. It also includes 225 full-color photos and a fabric and fiber dictionary. Truly a one-stop reference when looking for answers.

The Clairvoyant Countess

by Dorothy Gilman

As a psychic to the public, Madame Karitska has seen a lot. But when a chance encounter with Detective-Lieutenant Pruden of the Police Department catapults her into the unforeseen, she must use all of her resources to keep danger--and death--at bay....

The Clairvoyant Countess

by Dorothy Gilman

As a psychic to the public, Madame Karitska has seen a lot. But when a chance encounter with Detective-Lieutenant Pruden of the Police Department catapults her into the unforseen, she must use all of her resources to keep danger--and death--at bay....

The Clam Lake Papers: A Winter in the North Woods

by Edward Lueders

Book about the continuing alienation of humans from nature

The Clan Corporate (The Merchant Princes Book 3)

by Charles Stross

IN The Family Trade and The Hidden Family, Miriam got in touch with her roots. Now those roots have begun to strangle her. A young business journalist from Boston, Miriam discovered that her family comes from a parallel timeline, that she is very well- connected, and that her family is way too much like the Mafia for her comfort. She's tried hard to remain her own woman, even going so far as to start a profitable (and legitimate) business in a third timeline she has discovered, outside the family reach. There have been murders and betrayals. Now, however, she may be overreaching - if she gets caught, death or worse is around the bend. For instance, there's the brain-damaged son of the local king who needs a wife.... But they'd never make her do that, would they?

Clan Daughter (Queen Of The Orcs #2)

by Morgan Howell

Enslaved by King Kregant's army, Dar survived by befriending the fierce orcs who were also forced to serve. Now she has escaped-only to find that the price of freedom may be her destiny. Calling on her untried leadership abilities, Dar guides the surviving orc soldiers to the safety of their homeland-but the clan leaders refuse to accept her unless she can release their queen from Kregant's fortress. Shaken by her growing gift for dark prophecy and a fate she feels unprepared to accept, Dar must infiltrate the very heart of the despot's empire. There she will discover unexpected treachery and an ancient power that threatens the future of all.

Clan Ground (The Named #2)

by Clare Bell

Because she has shown her mastery of the red tongue, Ratha now leads the Named. she oversees the Firekeepers --- members of the clan with a special charge --- and the rituals, herding, and governance; but she often wonders if the power of fire has corrupted them all. when orange-eyes, a politically astute newcomer, joins the clan, Ratha is forced to decide how she will keep control --- or if she wants to keep control of the clan at all.

Clancy's Cabin

by Margaret Mahy

The prospect of a surprise camping trip to Clancy's Cabin, their father's favorite boyhood retreat, leaves the three Harriman children enthusiastic but odd occurrences at the abandoned hut soon lead them into a mysterious adventure.

Clancy's Op-Center Novels 1-6

by Tom Clancy

Meet the crisis management team that reports directly to the president on threats both foreign and domestic--in the first six novels in the series created by the #1 New York Times bestselling author. Op-Center Mirror Image Games of State Acts of War Balance of Power State of Siege

Clandestine

by James Ellroy

A murder investigation nearly drives a beat cop to madnessDespite the sunshine, high necklines, and demure purity of its silver-screen goddesses, Los Angeles in the 1950s is not a gentle place. Even as a young cop, Freddy Underhill knows this. Patrolling one of L.A.'s roughest districts, he sees the lust, rage, and madness that permeate the city--and stands in wonder and dismay at it all. He covers the beat with his partner Wacky Walker, a World War II veteran with a Medal of Honor, a drinking problem, and a serious obsession with death. When an old flame of Freddy's is murdered, the investigation takes them deep into the shadiest part of the city, where Freddy will have to embrace the darkness if he wants to emerge with his life.

The Clandestine Cake Club Cookbook

by Lynn Hill

Secret venues. Inspired themes. Fabulous cakes. Across the UK and beyond, thousands of home bakers have been meeting covertly in hidden locations with the same simple mission: bake, eat and gossip about cake. These are the members of the phenomenally popular Clandestine Cake Club - and now, for the first time, they share their baking secrets with you. The rules are quite clear: no cupcakes, no muffins, no brownies, pies or tarts. It's all about cake! With each event organised around a creative theme, the results are some of the most loved and inventive baked delights you'll ever eat. From classic teatime treats and chocolatey indulgences to global bakes and spectacular cake extravaganzas, you'll find inspiring recipes such as: Scrumptious Sticky Toffee Cake; Smoked Chilli Chocolate Cake; Blood Orange and Rosemary Loaf; Raspberry Cakewell; Rose, Rhubarb & Cardamom Cake; Chai-soaked Vanilla Sponge; a giant Lemon Fondant Fancy; and the unmissable five-tier Rainbow Cake; plus stunning photography and sneak-peek snaps from club events. At last, the secret is out and everyone is invited to join the Club.

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