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Having His Babies

by Lindsay Armstrong

The baby surprise!Clare was an independent career woman-and then her life was turned upside down! Her relationship with Lachlan Hewitt had started out as a business affair, but their passion had resulted in pregnancy.Lachlan immediately insisted they get married, but was this just for the sake of their babies? Clare would do anything to safeguard the future of the twins, but she wanted to marry for love, not convenience. Did Lachlan feel the same?She's sexy, successful...and PREGNANT!

Having His Baby

by Beverly Barton

JAKE BISHOP WAS A DADDYThe thought shook the hard-hearted cowboy down to his boots. But once he took his tiny daughter in his strong arms, he knew he would to anything for her....AND THAT MEANT MARRIAGEBut blue-blooded beauty Donna Fields had some crazy notion that a rough-edged rancer wasn't the kind of daddy a little girl needed. Well, he'd show the stubborn new mom just what kind of man she needed-one slow kiss at a time. And soon he'd be sharing his ranch with the two sweet little ladies who'd captured his soul....There's nothing like a secret baby to bring a brooding bachelor home again!3 BABIES FOR 3 BROTHERS

Having His Baby

by Beverly Barton

JAKE BISHOP WAS A DADDYThe thought shook the hard-hearted cowboy down to his boots. But once he took his tiny daughter in his strong arms, he knew he would to anything for her....AND THAT MEANT MARRIAGEBut blue-blooded beauty Donna Fields had some crazy notion that a rough-edged rancer wasn't the kind of daddy a little girl needed. Well, he'd show the stubborn new mom just what kind of man she needed-one slow kiss at a time. And soon he'd be sharing his ranch with the two sweet little ladies who'd captured his soul....There's nothing like a secret baby to bring a brooding bachelor home again!3 BABIES FOR 3 BROTHERS

Having His Baby

by Beverly Barton

JAKE BISHOP WAS A DADDYThe thought shook the hard-hearted cowboy down to his boots. But once he took his tiny daughter in his strong arms, he knew he would to anything for her....AND THAT MEANT MARRIAGEBut blue-blooded beauty Donna Fields had some crazy notion that a rough-edged rancer wasn't the kind of daddy a little girl needed. Well, he'd show the stubborn new mom just what kind of man she needed-one slow kiss at a time. And soon he'd be sharing his ranch with the two sweet little ladies who'd captured his soul....There's nothing like a secret baby to bring a brooding bachelor home again!3 BABIES FOR 3 BROTHERS

Having His Baby

by Beverly Barton

JAKE BISHOP WAS A DADDYThe thought shook the hard-hearted cowboy down to his boots. But once he took his tiny daughter in his strong arms, he knew he would to anything for her....AND THAT MEANT MARRIAGEBut blue-blooded beauty Donna Fields had some crazy notion that a rough-edged rancer wasn't the kind of daddy a little girl needed. Well, he'd show the stubborn new mom just what kind of man she needed-one slow kiss at a time. And soon he'd be sharing his ranch with the two sweet little ladies who'd captured his soul....There's nothing like a secret baby to bring a brooding bachelor home again!3 BABIES FOR 3 BROTHERS

Having Nothing, Possessing Everything: Finding Abundant Communities in Unexpected Places

by Fr. Gregory Boyle Michael Mather

Pastor Mike Mather arrived in Indianapolis thinking that he was going to serve the poor. But after his church’s community lost nine young men to violence in a few short months, Mather came to see that the poor didn’t need his help—he needed theirs.This is the story of how one church found abundance in a com-munity of material poverty. Viewing people—not programs, finances, or service models—as their most valuable resource moved church members beyond their own walls and out into the streets, where they discovered folks rich in strength, talents, determination, and love.Mather’s Having Nothing, Possessing Everything will inspire readers to seek justice in their own local communities and to find abundance and hope all around them.

Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years

by Amy Hill Hearth Sarah L. Delany A. Elizabeth Delany

Warm, feisty, and intelligent, the Delany sisters speak their mind in a book that is at once a vital historical record and a moving portrait of two remarkable women who continued to love, laugh, and embrace life after over a hundred years of living side by side. Their sharp memories show us the post-Reconstruction South and Booker T. Washington; Harlem's Golden Age and Langston Hughes, W. E. B. Du Bois, and Paul Robeson. Bessie breaks barriers to become a dentist; Sadie quietly integrates the New York City system as a high school teacher. Their extraordinary story makes an important contribution to our nation's heritage--and an indelible impression on our lives.

Having Tanner Bravo's Baby

by Christine Rimmer

Crystal Cerise's secret affair with her best friend's brother was supposed to be just that. An affair. And a secret. So her world turned upside down the instant she discovered she was pregnant. Yes, she'd always been half in love with Tanner Bravo. But now she was having his baby!Private Investigator Tanner Bravo took his responsibilities--and the mind-numbing chemistry he felt with Crystal--very seriously. And he had a serious proposal: let's try a practice marriage. He had a feeling that practice would make perfect. . .

Having the Boss's Babies

by Barbara Hannay

Like the rest of the staff at Kanga Tours, Alice Madigan is nervous about meeting her new boss-but when he walks through the door it's worse than she ever could have imagined! Alice had shared one very special night with him-but now they have to play it strictly business!How long can they pretend nothing has happened? Especially now that Alice has discovered she's going to be having her boss's babies....

Having the Cowboy's Baby

by Judy Duarte

"I'm...pregnant?" How can that be? Well, Carly Rayburn knows how-but she'd been told she could never have children. Even more shocking is returning to her family ranch to tell the daddy-to-be, sexy cowboy Ian McAllister. Carly has dreams to reach country music stardom; he has his boots planted firmly in the Texas soil. But they share two things: undeniable heat...and, soon, a baby. Ian never forgot Carly, nor his plans to buy her ranch. There he envisions raising a family...with the right woman and at the right time. Till Carly drops her bombshell. When his head clears, he may be thrilled to be a daddy, but can he lasso the starry-eyed singer and become a husband?

Having the Soldier's Baby (The Parent Portal #1)

by Tara Taylor Quinn

Back from the dead…And back in her heart?Emily and Winston Hannigan had a fairy-tale romance…until he perished for his country. So when Winston arrives on her doorstep very much alive, Emily’s overjoyed. Winston’s a changed man, though. He may have survived the unthinkable. But he believes he doesn’t deserve Emily—or their unborn child. And Winston’s secret shakes Emily to the core. But at that core is still love…

Havoc

by Jack Du Brul

New Jersey, 1937: A homicidal madman bears a safe holding a terrible secret that is thought lost when fiery fate intervenes. Decades later, the discovery of that secret is about to threaten the world once more.... Mining engineer Philip Mercer is in the war-torn Central African Republic searching for precious metal. There, he meets Cali Stone, a field researcher for the CDC who is investigating why a certain village suffers from one of the highest rates of cancer in the world-a fact that intrigues Mercer. Once back in the states, Mercer's search for answers leads him to a long-lost safe and a cryptic note inside that may reveal a three thousand year-old deception...

Havoc

by Jack Dubrul

"Dear Albert, Nicola was right." The opening lines of a letter lost long ago is the answer to a question no one ever thought to ask, a question that could well reshape the future of the United States as a world power. Seventy years ago, Chester Bowie, a genius driven to madness, unlocked the mystery of how a weapon of unimaginable lethality allowed one man and his small army to conquer so much of the ancient world. The secret, however, died with Bowie in a fiery disaster that was no accident. Yet a series of cryptic clues were left behind, clues that geologist, and sometime government operative, Philip Mercer must follow if he is to prevent terrorists from unleashing the weapon on today's world. On the front lines of an African civil war, a chance meeting between Mercer and Cali Stowe, a researcher for the Centers for Disease Control, propels the two of them into the epicenter of the greatest act of terrorism ever conceived. With a group of savage rebels backed by a one-eyed mercenary bearing down on an isolated village, Mercer and Cali discover a long-abandoned mine that had first been excavated millennia ago and that was worked again around the time of the Second World War. What mineral was wrenched from the earth and by whom? What is the significance behind the stone pillar erected in the middle of the village? And who is the enigmatic man with the scholar's mind and the killer's skills who rescues them at the last minute only to kidnap Cali upon her return home? Again and again Mercer's path crosses that of his savior and the mercenary - at a glittering Atlantic City casino, on a barge high atop Niagara Falls, and in Russia where Mercer must stop a runaway train to prevent Armageddon. Each time they meet the bloodshed grows worse while the mystery deepens. Nobody is who they seem. Nobody. With a blend of history, exotic locales, and unparalleled action, Havoc explodes from the pages and climaxes in the heart of an archeological treasure buried under the sands of Egypt. Following the cleverly laid clues, Mercer must match wits with one of the most dangerous terrorists in the world in the most spectacular adventures of his career - one that will leave a city in ruins and reveal the truth about one of the greatest tragedies of the twentieth century and what lay behind three thousand years of legend.

Hawaii: A History

by Ruth M. Tabrah

<P> To most Americans, Hawaii means ukuleles and native dancers, Waikiki and Diamond Head. <P> Hawaii is a romantic image learned from travel posters and the movies, and much of it, surprisingly, is true. But Hawaii is more than that. The people who have come here from Polynesia, Asia, Europe, and the Americas have made it a crossroads culture and a testing ground for fundamental American principals.

Hawaii Five Uh-Oh (Plummet to Soar #2)

by Z. A. Maxfield

A Plummet to Soar StorySarcastic cop Theo Hsu returns home to Hawai‘i after realizing he wants more from his life, and also, less. He hopes to reconnect with his past and make amends with his mother, who remarried a cool, distant man, leaving Theo unsure where he stands. It doesn’t take him long to figure out where he wants to stand, though: right next to his childhood best friend, tattooed detective Koa Palapiti. Theo would like to upgrade their relationship, but Koa is putting out some seriously mixed signals. It’s a mystery Theo can’t let go, but just as they start to connect, kidnapping, murder, and a deadly game with international stakes get in the way. Koa wants to keep Theo out of it, and if it comes to a choice between him and Koa’s partner, Freddie Ortiz, Theo doesn’t like his chances. But even if Koa wants to push him out of the investigation, and his life, Theo still has a few tricks up his sleeve. It’ll take all his special gifts, ingenuity, risk-taking, family ties—and even some kinky undercover work—to save the day… and the man he never should’ve let get away.

Hawaii Magic: Hawaii Magic Fiji Fantasy

by Beverly Jenkins

Released as a standalone ebook for the first time, USA TODAY bestselling author Beverly Jenkins works magic on readers with this passionate contemporary romanceWorkaholic attorney Anita Hunt is on the job 24/7. She’s looking to make partner, not party. While on a forced vacation in Hawaii, she meets gorgeous pilot Steve Blair. When engine trouble forces them to make a crash landing, the seductive airman shows her a side of the exotic island and herself she never expected—and a passion that could make them partners in paradise forever.…Originally published in 2012 in the Island for Two anthology

Hawaiian Heat

by Don Pendleton

Hawaiian Hellground

by Don Pendleton

In beautiful Hawaii, the Executioner opens a volcanic war in the Pacific Mack Bolan stands at the lip of Puowaina, the Hawaiian war cemetery, and pays tribute to the friends he lost in Vietnam. Since he left the jungle, this crack sniper has been fighting a different war--an endless battle against organized crime that he knows will someday end in his death. He is in Hawaii on a mission, and that mission is murder. He starts by firing a series of sniper rounds into the palatial apartment of the Hawaiian heroin king. As Bolan watches the local mob try to pick up the pieces, he begins hearing rumors of another capo: the mysterious King Fire. There is a conspiracy lurking beneath the surface of this beautiful chain of islands--a fiendish plot that stretches to the farthest reaches of the Pacific.

Hawaiian Natural History, Ecology, and Evolution

by Alan C. Ziegler

Not since Willam A. Bryans 1915 landmark compendium, Hawaiian Natural History, has there been a single-volume work that offers such extensive coverage of this complex but fascinating subject. Hawaiian Natural History, Ecology, and Evolution updates both the earlier publication and subsequent works by compiling and synthesizing in a uniform and accessible fashion the widely scattered information now available. An extensive annotated bibliography and a list of audio-visual materials will help readers locate additional sources of information.

Hawaiian Phrase Book

by Charles E. Tuttle Company, Inc.

Originally, the primary object of this manual was to teach natives to converse in English. At the same time, the work is designed to assist strangers, speaking English, to acquire the correct colloquial speech of the Hawaiians.

The Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin

by Kenneth S. Norris Melany Würsig Shannon M. Brownlee Christine M. Johnson Jody Solow Bernd Würsig Randall S. Wells

This absorbing book is the first comprehensive scientific natural history of a dolphin species ever written. From their research camp at Kealake'akua Bay in Hawaii, the authors followed a population of wild spinner dolphins for more than twenty years. They observed marked animals by ship, by air, from a cliffside observation post, by radiotracking their movements, and by studying the details of their underwater social life with the use of a windowed underwater vessel. Beginning with a description of the spinner dolphin species, including its morphology and systematics, the book examines the ocean environment and organization of dolphin populations and the way this school-based society of mammals uses shorelines for rest and instruction of the young. An analysis of the dolphins' reproductive patterns, which resemble those of other group-dwelling mammals such as certain primates, suggests a fission-fusion society. Vision, vocalization, hearing, breathing, feeding, predation, integration of the school, and school movement are all examined to give the fullest picture yet published of dolphin biological life. One of the most striking features of the species is the length of the period of juvenility and instruction of the young. The authors argue that dolphins may legitimately be called "cultural," and they turn in their conclusion to a comprehensive evolutionary analysis of this marine cultural system with its behavioral flexibility and high levels of cooperation. In a challenging new interpretation of how cultural organisms may evolve, they propose that spinner dolphin society be viewed as a set of nested levels of organization that influence one another by selectional biases. The resulting cooperative patterns support both the sociology and the cultural levels of organization, without being overridden by the supposed imperative of kin selection. Twenty years in the making by a renowned scientist and his associates, this absorbing book is the richest source available of new scientific insights about the lives of wild dolphins and how their societies evolved at sea.

Hawaiian Wedding (Remy and Lane #2)

by J. M. Snyder

City planner Remy McIntosh and architect Lane Anders are back from the best-selling novel,Just the Three of Us,to plan their Christmas wedding! When Remy married Kate, he’d only done so because it was the right thing to do, as she was pregnant with Braden. This time around, he’s marrying for love, and he wants everything to be just right.At the time of their engagement, Virginia didn’t allow same-sex couples to marry, so Lane suggests they splurge and plan the perfect wedding in Hawaii. Because the island is so far away, Remy hires someone local to plan everything for them. He hates giving up so much control, but the wedding planner is someone Lane knew in high school, so she can’t be all bad, can she?Unfortunately, things go wrong right from the start. Remy hopes to spend a week alone at Christmas with his lover in Hawaii before their families arrive for the wedding. But his son is erroneously booked on the same flight as Remy and Lane, and they have to spend their romantic tropical holiday entertaining a nine year old boy. Then the wedding planner disappears for the weekend to participate in a surfing competition.When Remy decides to obtain a marriage license on his own, he discovers he needs proof of his divorce, which he doesn’t have with him, and Kate’s stuck in Virginia in a freak snowstorm that may ground her plane until after the wedding is scheduled to take place.As things continue to spiral out of his control, Remy doesn’t know whether to laugh at his troubles or cry with frustration. Will he and Lane get to say “I do” on an Hawaiian island beach? Or should they just throw in the towel and elope back in the courthouse in Virginia?

Hawk: Skateboarder

by Tony Hawk Sean Mortimer

The grand master of extreme skateboarding, a.k.a. "The Birdman", shares the trials and tribulations that have made him a legend in skateboarding.

Hawk and Fisher (Hawk and Fisher #1)

by Simon R. Green

They're the battle-scarred crimebusters of a neverending urban war.... Hawk rules the streets by broadsword. Fisher cracks down on toughs with the deadly dagger that she wields with unflinching skill. Their merciless beat is the rough town misnamed Haven--a dark and murderous place overrun with spell-casters, demons, and thieves. Ready money will buy anything in their town... Anything except justice. That requires a magic touch.

The Hawk and the Jewel, Kensington Chronicles #1

by Lori Wick

The Hawk and the Jewel sweeps readers from the tapestried halls of Victorian England to the alabaster courts of Arabia. For years Lord Gallagher's family thought Sunny had perished with Lady Gallagher in storm-tossed seas off the Arabian coast. Unknown to them, the beautiful violet-eyed toddler has been found and taken to the palace of Darhabar, where she was raised as the ruler's own child. Now the emir, Ahman Khan, had contacted the family and asked them to send a ship for her. Why after all this time? And what of the mysterious gift he had sent with her? Brandon Hawkesbury, friend of the Gallagher's and appealing young captain of the vessel, gazed at Sunny as she came aboard. It would not be easy for the restless girl to accept a new life...a new family...a new faith. Brandon put aside these thoughts as he turned his ships toward sea. For now, Sunny was going home. What lay ahead was in God's hands.

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