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Loving Cara (Love Under the Big Sky #1)

by Kristen Proby

CHEMISTRY WAS NEVER THIS SEXY IN HIGH SCHOOL. In her sizzling new series, USA Today bestselling author Kristen Proby sets the stage for a passionate reunion under the breathtaking Montana sky. Cara Donovan's summer tutoring job is turning out to be a challenge--and not just because of her troubled twelve-year-old student. It's his uncle Josh who's the real problem. If problem is the word for an irresistibly cocky, muscle-bound rancher with a taste for tight Levi's and shameless flirtation. . . . Cara is nothing like the wallflower Josh King remembers good-naturedly teasing in high school. This Cara is gorgeous, confident, fun. From the moment the fiery teacher steps foot on his family's Lazy K Ranch, the stubborn playboy is determined to corral her. So what happens when his luscious lover takes over the reins? The first in a steamy trilogy, Kristen Proby's enthralling novel is filled to the brim with one hardworking family's triumphs and challenges, all the wild adventure of the modern West, and a whole lot of titillating fun.

Loving Che: A Novel

by Ana Menendez

A young Cuban woman has been searching in vain for details of her birth mother. All she knows of her past is that her grandfather fled the turbulent Havana of the 1960s for Miami with her in tow, and that pinned to her sweater-possibly by her mother-were a few treasured lines of a Pablo Neruda poem. These facts remain her only tenuous links to her history, until a mysterious parcel arrives in the mail. Inside the soft, worn box are layers of writings and photographs. Fitting these pieces together with insights she gleans from several trips back to Havana, the daughter reconstructs a life of her mother, her youthful affair with the dashing, charismatic Che Guevara and the child she bore by the enigmatic rebel. Loving Che is a brilliant recapturing of revolutionary Cuba, the changing social mores, the hopes and disappointments, the excitement and terror of the times. It is also an erotic fantasy, a glimpse into the private life of a mythic public figure, and an exquisitely crafted meditation on memory, history, and storytelling. Finally, Loving Che is a triumphant unveiling of how the stories we tell about others ultimately become the story of ourselves.

The Loving Cup: A powerful love story of Restoration London

by Paul Doherty

An impossible love. A grisly murder. A hunt for justice.Paul Doherty's novel The Loving Cup, brings Restoration London to raucous life amid a compelling love story and murder mystery. Perfect for fans of Philippa Gregory and Jean Plaidy. Samuel Atkins is deeply in love with Maria Eleanora, a beautiful young woman from the court of Queen Catherine. But Atkins is a poor clerk, and Maria Eleanora a foreigner, so their love must remain a secret. When an important judge is found murdered, Samuel Pepys' followers are suspected, and Atkins is arrested. Suddenly, Maria Eleanora realises that to save her lover and discover the hideous truth behind the crime, she must thread her way through both the treacherous alleys of London and the murky and murderous politics of those seeking to destroy the king. Based on historical events, The Loving Cup not only probes one of the great murder mysteries of English history but also recounts a love story as passionate as it is secretive.What readers are saying about Paul Doherty:'Paul Doherty is a synonym for quality and entertainment''A compelling tale of historical fiction that exudes accuracy and detail''The sounds and smells of the period seem to waft from the pages of [Paul Doherty's] books'

Loving Eleanor

by Susan Wittig Albert

When AP political reporter Lorena Hickok?Hick'is assigned to cover Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the wife of the 1932 Democratic presidential candidate, the two women become deeply, intimately involved. Their relationship begins with mutual romantic passion, matures through stormy periods of enforced separation and competing interests, and warms into an enduring, encompassing friendship that ends only with both women's deaths in the 1960s'all of it documented by 3300 letters exchanged over thirty years. Now, bestselling author Susan Wittig Albert recreates the fascinating story of Hick and Eleanor, set during the chaotic years of the Great Depression, the New Deal, and the Second World War. Loving Eleanor is Hick's personal story, revealing Eleanor as a complex, contradictory, and entirely human woman who is pulled in many directions by her obligations to her husband and family and her role as the nation's First Lady, as well as by a compelling need to care and be cared for. For her part, Hick is revealed as an accomplished journalist, who, at the pinnacle of her career, gives it all up for the woman she loves. Then, as Eleanor is transformed into Eleanor Everywhere, First Lady of the World, Hick must create her own independent, productive life. Drawing on extensive research into the letters that were sealed for a decade following Hick's death, Albert creates a compelling narrative: a dramatic love story, vividly portraying two strikingly unconventional women, neither of whom is satisfied to live according to the script society has written for her. Loving Eleanor is a profoundly moving novel that illuminates a relationship we are seldom privileged to see and celebrates the depth and durability of women's love.

Loving Evangeline: A Game Of Chance / Loving Evangeline

by Linda Howard

A fanfavorite tale of romance and suspense from New York Times bestselling author Linda Howard There's no doubt that the woman calling herself Evie Shaw is the key to the hightech conspiracy that's threatening Robert Cannon's computer company--and he means to take her down personally. But trailing her into the heart of a long, hot Southern summer, he finds himself questioning everything he thought he knew. Can she really be innocent? Or are Robert's feelings clouding his judgment when it comes to the woman who has to be guilty as sin? Previously Published.

Loving Evangeline

by Linda Howard

UNDER SUSPICIONThere was no doubt that the woman who called herself Evie Shaw was the key to the high-tech conspiracy that threatened Robert Cannon's computer company--and he meant to take her down personally. But as he trailed her into the heart of a long, hot Southern summer, he found himself questioning everything he believed. For he was face-to-face with a breathtaking passion--for a woman who had to be as guilty as sin. . . .

Loving Feelings

by Gail Gaymer Martin

When Todd Bronski realized an eight-year old boy had stolen his laptop, he was set to call the police. But then Jenni Anderson, little Cory's aunt, came to apologize, and. . . well, she was lovely. Jenni was grateful that Todd had decided to leave the police out of it and help teach Cory a better way. The man was handsome, intelligent, kind and caring with Cory. Todd awakened feelings she hadn't experienced in years. But Jenni wasn't looking for a man. She had way too much on her plate. Besides, Todd had agreed to be her new business partner, and she wasn't about to mix business with pleasure. . . .

The Loving Gift (Mills And Boon Modern Ser.)

by Carole Mortimer

Read this classic romance by USA TODAY bestselling author Carole Mortimer, now available for the first time in e-book!Seduced under the mistletoe!Just because spontaneous David Kendrick fell in love with Jade at first sight, doesn’t mean she has to go along with the idea! As the snowflakes starts to fall over her quiet Devon village, the last thing Jade thinks she needs is this impulsive, handsome man stirring up her emotions and turning her life upside down!But Jade can’t resist David’s passionate pursuit of her—even though she knows she is not yet free from the terrible shadows of her London past. Can David offer her a new future with a sizzling Christmas seduction, and a sparkling diamond ring?Title originally published in 1998

Loving God

by Charles W. Colson

In his magnificent classic, Chuck Colson shakes the church from its complacency with a penetrating look at the cost of being Christian. For those who have wondered whether there isn’t more to Christianity than what they have known—and for those who have never considered the question—Loving God points the way to faith’s cutting edge. Here is a compelling, probing look at the cost of discipleship and the meaning of the first and greatest commandment—one that will strum a deeper, truer chord within even as it strips away the trappings of shallow, cultural Christianity. “Looking for the complete volume on Christian living? This is it. And the title sums it up. If you desire life deep, rich, and meaningful, then it is simply Loving God.” Joni Eareckson Tada President, Joni and Friends

Loving God Up Close

by Calvin Miller

Author of "Miracles and Wonders" and "With Wings Like Eagles," Miller is a pastor, poet, theologian, and painter. This is his latest theology book.

Loving Hearts

by Gail Gaymer Martin

Shy librarian Esther Downing is shocked when her strict father declares her little sister cannot marry until Esther finds herself a husband. Afraid of her own shadow, Esther loves her solitary life. But everything changes when she meets resort manager Ian Barry. Soon, Esther comes out of her shell as she and Ian find love together. Original.

Loving Her

by Ann Allen Shockley

A groundbreaking novel of two very different women, one black and one white, and a remarkable love threatened by prejudice, rage, and violenceA struggling African American musician, Renay married Jerome Lee when she discovered she was pregnant with his child. Yet even before their daughter, Denise, was born, Renay realized what a terrible mistake she had made, tying herself to a violent, abusive alcoholic. Then, while performing at an upscale supper club, Renay met Terry Bluvard. Beautiful, wealthy, and white, Terry awakened feelings that the talented black pianist had never realized she possessed--and before long, Renay was leaving the nightmare of Jerome Lee behind and moving with little Denise into Terry's world of luxury and privilege.Now, in this strange and exciting new place, Renay can experience for the first time what it is to have everything she needs for herself and her little girl. The rules here are different--often confusing and sometimes troubling--but in Terry's home, and in Terry's arms, Renay can be who she truly is . . . and be loved with caring tenderness and respect. Yet the storm clouds of her previous life still threaten, and Terry's love alone may not be enough to protect Renay and her little girl from the tragedy that looms on the horizon.

Loving Isaac and A Groom for Greta

by Anna Schmidt Rebecca Kertz

Experience love and healing in these Amish tales Loving Isaac by Rebecca Kertz Back in his Amish community, Isaac Lapp works to rebuild his tattered reputation. His one saving grace is childhood pal Ellen Mast. But even though Ellen's kindness and beauty are helping him become more confident each day, the lure of the non-Amish world beckons. Isaac must make a choice: a life beyond Happiness, Pennsylvania...or the woman who might just become his forever home. A Groom for Greta by Anna Schmidt When Greta Goodloe's longtime sweetheart ends their engagement, she decides to take comfort in matchmaking her quiet schoolmarm sister with handsome newcomer Luke Starns. Yet the more she tries to throw them together, the more Luke fascinates her. And Luke can't help but be charmed by Greta's warm smile. Does he dare to stray from the sensible choice and take a chance on happiness?

Loving Jack

by Nora Roberts

AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME Author Jackie 'Jack' MacNamara is a little in love with her own fictional hero: a brooding Old West cowboy who lives by the gun. That's why she can't understand her reaction to buttoned-down, real-life architect Nathan Powell. Thrown together under the same roof, they vow to respect each other's privacy, which should be easy for the mismatched couple. But fate is writing the plot to this story - and throwing in all kinds of unpredictable twists and turns. . . Includes a preview for Lawless - the historical romance Jack writes in Loving Jack.

Loving Julia

by Karen Robards

"You'll have to learn to speak, to dress, to conduct yourself as a lady." Those orders were intoned by Sebastian, the cold haughty Earl of Moorland to Jewel Combs, the cockney commoner defiantly facing him in his luxurious drawing room. Despite his icy demeanor, Jewel couldn't help but notice that the Earl was a breathtakingly handsome man. Still, the only thing that checked her saucy reply was the realization that the Earl's outlandish plans would give her a home, and she would never be hungry, shivering, or frightened in dark dockside alleys ever again. Fate had brought Jewel to the mansion on Grosvenor Square; now she was going to grab the gold ring of chance and become "Julia Stratham," a genuine upper-crust, silk-and-lace aristocrat. She didn't know why blue-blooded Sebastian had accepted the challenge to transform her from a diamond in the rough into a glittering gem. She did know she had a surprise in store of her own: She would teach this titled nobleman that although she wasn't a lady, she was all woman... and the one with whom he was going to madly, unwisely, and passionately fall in love.

Loving Libby

by Robin Lee Hatcher

Be not forgetful to entertain strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. Yes, well, Remington Walker was no angel. . . He posed a more serious danger to Libby than she'd ever faced. Libby Blue had found a refuge from her past in the Idaho wilderness. Leaving her ruthless father and a privileged Eastern girlhood behind, she finally found freedom in the wild West. Libby could run a ranch, make her own choices, and never have to answer to any man. But then Remington Walker rode into her life. Despite herself, Libby found Remington breaking through all her defenses. Threatening the fragile safety of her western refuge. But what she doesn't know is that Remington has a reason for being there. A reason that could well destroy them both.

Loving Lies

by Linda Kage

Tess Simpson absolutely cannot handle seeing anyone suffer. When she volunteers to work as a candy striper after the Granton University school shooting, she is only supposed to coax the amnesiac in room 312 to eat his supper. Yeah right. After learning no one's come to visit him since he woke from a coma and can't remember who he is, Tess needs to make him feel loved, ASAP. Telling him she's his girlfriend isn't part of her plan, but that's exactly what blurts from her mouth. Except one little lie made from the purest of intentions can still rattle the hardest of hearts.

Loving Luki Vasquez (Vasquez & James Series #1)

by Lou Sylvre

Vasquez & James: Book OneReclusive weaver Sonny Bly James controls every color and shape in his tapestries, but he can't control the pattern of his life--a random encounter with Luki Vasquez, ex-ATF agent and all-around badass, makes that perfectly clear. The mutual attraction is immediate, but love-shy Sonny has retreated from life, and Luki wears his visible and not-so-visible scars like armor. Neither can bare his soul with ease. While they run from desire, they can't hide from the evil that hunts them. After it becomes clear that a violent stalker has targeted Sonny, Luki's protective instincts won't let him run far, especially when Sonny's family is targeted as well. Whether they can forgive or forget, Sonny and Luki will have to call a truce and work together to save Sonny's nephew and fight an enemy intent on making sure loving Luki Vasquez is the last mistake Sonny will ever make.

Loving Natalee

by Beth Holloway

In May of 2005, Beth Holloway received the worst phone call a parent can imagine. Her beautiful daughter, Natalee, had vanished without a trace in Aruba during her high school senior class trip. Four years later, Beth Holloway steps forward to tell the story of her daughter's disappearance and her own harrowing ordeal--and her never-ending belief in the power of faith that gave her hope against all odds. When Natalee went missing, her photograph was splashed across newspaper front pages and television screens from coast to coast. Desperate for clues to the whereabouts of the lost eighteen-year-old, Beth searched relentlessly with the help of a dedicated army of volunteers, encountering roadblocks, obstacles, and misinformation at every step--and unbearable questions that had no answers. Loving Natalee is a shocking, tragic, yet poignant chronicle of an unthinkable event and its aftermath--and the inspiring true story of a mother's strength, courage, devotion, and unwavering love.

Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar

by Virginia Vallejo

Now a major motion picture! Pablo Escobar was one of the most terrifying criminal minds of the last century. In the decade before his death in 1993, he reigned as the head of a multinational cocaine industry and brought the Colombian state to its knees, killing thousands of politicians, media personalities, police, and unarmed citizens.In the 1980s, Virginia Vallejo was Colombia’s most famous television celebrity: a top-rated anchorwoman and a twice-divorced socialite who had been courted by the country’s four wealthiest men. In 1982, she interviewed Pablo Escobar on her news program, and soon after, they began a discreet—albeit stormy—romantic relationship. During their five-year affair, Escobar would show Vallejo the vulnerability of presidents, senators, and military leaders seeking to profit from the drug trade. From Vallejo’s privileged perspective and her ability to navigate the global corridors of wealth and high society, Escobar gained the insight to master his manipulation ofColombia’s powerful elite and media.Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar chronicles the birth of Colombia’s drug cartels: the kidnappers, the guerilla groups, and the paramilitary organizations. It is, above everything, a great love story—a deep and painful journeythrough a forbidden relationship—that gives us an intimate vision of thelegendary drug baron who left his mark on Colombia, Latin America, the United States, and the world forever.

Loving People

by John Townsend

Your personal guide to learning how to love. When you say or hear the words "I love you" it can change your life forever. Love is one of God's most important gifts to anyone, yet there are many misunderstandings about how to make love work in our families, friendships, marriages and dating relationships. In Loving People, best-selling author Dr. John Townsend shows you that love can actually be learned, and gives you the steps and tools to become skilled in love. Using his trademark stories and illustrations to flesh out the important principles, Dr. Townsend covers: receiving love connecting love healing love confronting love romantic love surrendering love Through his teaching, readers will discover - and start enjoying - the words, actions, and experiences of authentic love.

Loving Promises

by Gail Gaymer Martin

When single mom Bev Miller first meets businessman Dale Levin, they have little in common. But as their friendship develops, they are able to face their relationship doubts in order to explore their future happiness together. Original.

The Loving Push: How Parents and Professionals Can Help Spectrum Kids Become Successful Adults

by Temple Grandin Debra Moore

The purpose of this book is to help parents let go and give careful, loving pushes to get their child to try new things. Temple Grandin, Debra Moore spell out which steps you can take to restore your child’s hope and motivation--and what you must avoid.

Loving Rose

by Stephanie Laurens

#1 New York Times bestselling author returns with another thrilling story from the Casebook of Barnaby Adair . . .Miraculously spared from death, Malcolm Sinclair erases the notorious man he once was. Reinventing himself as Thomas Glendower, he strives to make amends for his past, yet he never imagines penance might come via a secretive lady he discovers living in his secluded manor.Rose has a plausible explanation for why she and her children are residing in Thomas's house, but she quickly realizes he's far too intelligent to fool. Revealing the truth is impossibly dangerous, yet day by day he wins her trust, and then her heart.But then her enemy closes in, and Rose turns to Thomas as the only man who can protect her and the children. And when she asks for his help, Thomas finally understands his true purpose, and with unwavering commitment, he seeks his redemption the only way he can--through living the reality of loving Rose.

Loving Someone with Borderline Personality Disorder: How to Keep Out-of-Control Emotions from Destroying Your Relationship

by Marsha M. Linehan Shari Y. Manning

People with borderline personality disorder (BPD) can be intensely caring, warm, smart, and funny-but their behavior often drives away those closest to them. If you're struggling in a tumultuous relationship with someone with BPD, this is the book for you. Dr. Shari Manning helps you understand why your spouse, family member, or friend has such out-of-control emotions-and how to change the way you can respond. Learn to use simple yet powerful strategies that can defuse crises, establish better boundaries, and radically transform your relationship. Empathic, hopeful, and science based, this is the first book for family and friends grounded in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), the most effective treatment for BPD.

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