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Dating Outside Your DNA

by Karen Kelley

Set Phasers To Sizzle... Special agent Roan Hendrix is a straight shooter with weapons and women, so he doesn't appreciate it when his boss throws him a curve. But what a curve. A half-human, half-Nerakian who needs a one-on-one crash course in how best to channel her powers. And while Roan's usually a master at separating business from pleasure, one glance into Lyraka's green eyes is enough to spark scorching fantasies of seriously close encounters with the tall, tanned temptress... Lyraka's trying not to mind the way Mister Macho Special Agent keeps barking orders, but it's impossible to ignore Roan's rough-and-ready appeal. The sensitive ponytail guys Lyraka grew up with didn't have a clue how to handle her outsized sex drive, but Roan looks like he'd be up to the task in every way. Better still, he never got the memo that Lyraka's human side makes her--ahem--"special talents" even greater than the average Nerakian's.. . .

Dating - Philosophy for Everyone

by Joshua Wolf Shenk Fritz Allhoff Marlene Clark Kristie Miller

Progressing from the first flirtatious moment of eye contact to the selection of a "mate," this enlightening book offers playful philosophical explorations of the dating game for anyone who has dated, is dating, or intends to date again. Offers amusing and enlightening philosophical insights into the dating gameHelps demystify coupling in the 21st century for those young daters just entering the fray, and those veterans returning to the gameFeatures contributions from a wide range of disciplines, including philosophy, psychology, communications, theology, economics, health sciences, professional ethics, and engineering and applied sciencesOpens with Carrie Jenkins' ground-breaking essay, The Philosophy of Flirting, first published in The Philosopher's Magazine

The Dating Race

by Stacy Kravetz

A report from the front lines of the dating world-Stacy Kravetz goes undercover in search of the soul of love. With the abundance of dating strategies, technologies, and services available on the market today, is it any easier to find love? In this hilarious and heart-warming book, Stacy Kravetz samples the merchandise and discovers that-impressive technological advances aside-the search for true love is never simple. From "lock and key" parties, where men try their keys in women's locks until-well, you get the picture-to "date doctors," who, for a fee, will evaluate your techniques and tell you where your sales pitch is going wrong, Kravetz takes readers on a fascinating tour of the world of twenty-first-century romance. Drawing on interviews with a host of men and women currently grappling with finding a mate, as well as her own experiences out in the playing field, Kravetz explores what our dating lives reveal about us and our culture. And all the while, she vividly captures how-though the landscape of love is forever changing -the human heart remains a wildly mysterious thing.

The Dating Resolution

by Hannah Bernard

So what happens when you get six months into your no-dating year and then you meet temptation himself? Jordan Halifax is sinfully sexy-and he's her new neighbor, living right next door! What's a girl to do...?

Dating Secrets of the Ten Commandments

by Shmuley Boteach

The Rules meets the Torah in Dating Secrets of the Ten Commandments, a fresh, sane look at the dating game by Shmuley Boteach, author of the bestseller Kosher Sex.Does the whole business of dating fill you with dread? Do you fear that romance always ends in rejection? Do you prefer the company of your cat to that of members of the opposite sex? Does life in Antarctica suddenly seem very appealing?Don't despair! Shmuley Boteach will show you that lasting love is indeed within your reach, whatever your age, faith, or situation.Drawing on the ancient wisdom of the Ten Commandments, this book describes how to: Turn your date into a meeting of mind, body, heart, and soul Make your date feel like the happiest person in the world--because he or she has you! Enhance your attractiveness by maintaining mystique Become a heart-maker rather than a heart-breaker Know when you have found a loving soul mate rather than just a partnerThe Ten Commandments are the ultimate plan for fulfillment and contentment. In applying the timeless wisdom they contain to dating and romance, Shmuley Boteach will help you discover the joyful rewards of making someone else happy.From the Hardcover edition.

Dating the Best Man

by Gail Sattler

Could Cory Bellanger Be More Than a Friend? The tall, dark and handsome forest ranger has a way of making Daphne Carruthers feel safe. Her brother's buddy is also awakening feelings deeper than friendship. Daphne wants to believe in the future Cory's offering, but first she must come to terms with her painful past. Helping Daphne recover from a difficult relationship, Cory knows he has to be careful where her heart is concerned. And Cory is hiding a secret of his own that could destroy the fragile trust they're starting to build. Can he stop their pasts from sabotaging their future together-and convince Daphne he's the best man for her?

Dating the Divorced Man: Sort Through the Baggage to Decide If He's Right for You

by Christie Hartman

At some point in your life, it's likely that you will date a separated or divorced man. With today's divorce rate, it is almost impossible not to. However, these men are not like the typical single bachelors you're used to dating. These men come with numerous unexpected challenges, such as children, difficult ex-wives, substantial financial obligations, and unresolved grief, guilt, or anger. Dating the Divorced Man will prepare you so you can: * Detect problems early on--and tackle them together * Identify problems that "come with the territory" vs. those that are dealbreakers * Evaluate whether marriage is ultimately the right choice for you Filled with real-life insight and advice, Dating the Divorced Man offers the tools you need to decide if you can deal with the issues and find long-term happiness--or if it's time to say goodbye.

Dating the Greek Gods: Empowering Spiritual Messages On Sex and Love, Creativity and Wisdom

by Brad Gooch

From the author of the highly successful and influential Finding the Boyfriend Within comes an inspirational guide for gay men seeking spiritual fulfillment. When Brad Gooch began promoting his self-help book Finding the Boyfriend Within, the first of its kind directed toward a gay readership, he was overwhelmed by the response it generated. Thousands of gay men embraced the book's message of looking into themselves to find comfort and purpose in life. So enthusiastic was the response to the book that Gooch began conducting workshops and, in the process, conceived Dating the Greek Gods as both a follow-up and a companion to the earlier book -- a self-help book designed as a sort of "advanced class" for readers of Finding the Boyfriend Within. Because of the conflicted reaction many gay men have to any discussion of religious spirituality, Gooch hit upon the idea of drawing on an older spiritual base -- that of Ancient Greece -- for examining and explaining his approach to achieving a higher understanding of self through spirituality. The stories of the Greek gods have inspired human consciousness for more than thirty centuries, the outgrowth of a society in which homosexuality was an accepted aspect of human behavior. Dating the Greek Gods explores these stories as well as the dominant characteristics of those Greek deities, tying the spirituality of being a gay male to the inner patterns -- or archetypes -- that shape men's personalities and personal relationships. Gooch organizes the book into a series of meditations and personal exercises shaped around the characters, stories, and dominant traits of the deities. For example, in chapter one, Apollo addresses wisdom; chapter two concerns Dionysus and deals with sexuality and disco nights; chapter three is about Hermes and concerns communication, and so on, from Hephaestos and Eros (creativity and romance) to Zeus (independence and freedom). Gooch delves into these enduring archetypes to show men how, by understanding the philosophy behind these gods, they can come to better understand themselves and, in the process, enrich their lives. Unique in its approach and totally accessible in its realization, Dating the Greek Gods is an enlightened and literary self-help book that encourages readers to turn to their own inner oracle -- the inner voice that prompted them to "come out" in the first place -- and in the process to revitalize themselves through viewing the world's spiritual traditions in a more inclusive and caring fashion.

Dating the Guy Upstairs

by Amanda Ashby

From Amanda Ashby, author of the charming contemporary romance Dating the Guy Next Door, comes an all new story of a fake relationship that might not be so fake after all... LIARS OR LOVERS? Young librarian Riley Harris has always maintained her independence, leaving the drama of love to anyone silly enough to fall for it. Her Jane Austen novels are as close as she cares to get to "true love." Luckily, her handsome upstairs neighbor--and landlord--Will Henderson feels the same way. Since his ex-fiancé crushed his heart, Will devotes himself to charity in an effort to atone for the misdeeds of his wealthy, ruthless father. So when Will needs a date for his brothers high-society wedding, he asks Riley to be his faux girlfriend. After a spontaneous kiss throws both Riley and Will for a loop, they find themselves fighting their mutual pride and prejudice against love. And when Riley is rocked by something from Will's past, both will need to decide whether to follow their heads or their hearts...

Dating the Millionaire Doctor

by Marion Lennox

Veterinarian Tori Nicholls lost everything when wildfire raged through her small Australian town. The community is slowly recovering, but Tori doesn't feel she'll ever live again. Until, while reluctantly speed dating, she meets New York doctor Jake Hunter. He's caring, he's gorgeous. . . and he's just passing through. A no-commitment fling could be exactly what Tori needs to reignite her passion for life. But some commitments aren't planned. Their one wonderful night has resulted in pregnancy--giving Tori a second chance at happiness. Can an Australian country girl renew her life with a Manhattan millionaire. . . and their baby?

Dating the Older Man

by Belisa Vranich Laura Grashow

Some 12 million women have found happiness with older men - and you could be next. Dating the Older Manhelps women get over all the judgment that comes with older/younger unions. Written by Dr. Laura Grashow and Dr. Belisa Vranich, theNew York Daily News's Dear Doctor" columnist, this book deals with everything younger women coupled with older men go through on a daily basis. Complete with case studies and easy-to-reference Q&As, this book is the go-to guide for any younger woman looking to make her romance last. "

Dating the Younger Man

by Cyndi Targosz

Remember back when women traded on their beauty and men traded on their wealth and power? Well, the times, they are a changin'. As women grow more successful and financially independent, they are abandoning their mothers' marry rich" mantra in favor of "it's as easy to fall in love with a handsome man as an ugly one. " In this book, the sensational Cyndi Targosz teaches women of all ages the ins and outs of these lusty, and surprisingly long-lasting, affairs. Sprinkled with real-life stories of successful alliances, readers learn the truth about relationships with the sometimes younger, always sexier, hunky men women increasingly love to call their own. "

Dating Up: Dump the Schlump and Find a Quality Man

by J. Courtney Sullivan

We?ve all heard the stereotypes about women who marry into money?they?re gold diggers, they don?t care about love. The fact is, there are plenty of fabulous men out there who happen to be wealthy, and someone?s going to marry them. If you?re a smart, sophisticated, independent woman looking for love, why shouldn?t it be you?J. Courtney Sullivan has created a guide for women everywhere who have worked hard to get where they are in their lives and their careers and deserve to be challenged, excited, and supported?financially and otherwise?by the men in their lives. It?s not anti-feminist?it?s knowing what you need from a partner and demanding the entire package.With tips on everything from ?top 10 products for under $10,? ?8 types of rich men to avoid,? and ?9 essential clothing items that no girl should be without,? DATING UP will help women attract the right kind of man. It also gives advice on where to go to meet men and how to transition from the first few dates to having sex to meeting his mother. Stocked full of top ten lists; enlightening quotes from film, literature, and pop culture; and sidebars with extra Quick Tips, this manual will be a must-have for all women ready to find Mr. Right.

Dating Without Novocaine

by Lisa Cach

For twenty-nine-year-old Hannah O'Dowd, finding a decent man in Portland, Oregon, is like pulling teeth!Luckily, the self-employed clothing designer has a job she loves and friends to help ease the pain: oversexed Cassie (always good to have the opposite perspective, Hannah notes), analytical Louise (too much perspective not always good) and an in-the-flesh tooth puller, dentist Scott (could prove useful). But as she nears the big 3-0, she begins to realize that dating frantically may truly be the only solution to finding Mr. Maybe.So, pumped up on nothing but drive and determination, Hannah cuts loose on her romantic quest. In fact, she kisses so many frogs she fears she'll turn green. (Note: While paling in comparison to her paralyzing fear of anything dental related, acquiring froglike qualities from hanging around losers-still not good.)And she's only just begun!

Dating4demons (Colby Blanchard #3)

by Serena Robar

As Colby, the Protector of the half-blood vampires, continues to fight off full-bloods, take care of her sorority sisters, keep up with coursework, and decipher the prophesy that claims she will bring about the end of the world.

Dattatreya Ramachandra Bendre (Ambikatanayadatta)

by G. S. Amur

On the works of Dattatreya Ramachandra Bendre, b. 1896, Kannada poet.

Daughter

by Asha Bandele

The gifted author of the acclaimed memoir The Prisoner's Wife delivers a deeply penetrating work -- an emotionally shattering first novel that explores the perils of silence and illuminates the fragile complexity of the mother-daughter bond. On a winter night in Brooklyn, Aya Rivers, a vibrant nineteen-year-old black girl, is shot by a white police officer in a case of mistaken identity. Her mother, Miriam, a rigid and guarded woman, rushes to the hospital. As Miriam desperately waits at Aya's bedside, she falls back into memories of her own youth, when her life took a series of tragic turns as she struggled for independence and dealt with the end of her relationship with Aya's father. But as Miriam's recollections of love and regret descend upon her, this woman who has spent nearly every day of her life in an emotional prison finds that her wounds slowly give way to healing and a tentative hopefulness. With the lyrical economy of poetry, asha bandele tells a powerful story that boldly confronts timely and troubling issues. Daughter is an unforgettable portrait of one extraordinary woman and her journey -- from secrecy to openness, from the silence of isolation to the beauty of connection.

The Daughter Dilemma

by Ann Evans

Part of the family?Kari Churchill came to Colorado to learn more about her father, a man who spent more time traveling the world than he did with his family. While retracing his last days, spent in this glorious mountain wilderness, Kari meets the D'Angelos, a family who runs the Lightning River Lodge. They take a shine to Kari, especially Tessa, a fourteen-year-old girl who's in need of some female attention.Nick loves his family, but his matchmaking parents, pestering sister and strict aunts are starting to drive him nuts. Worst of all, someone has replaced his sweet baby daughter, Tessa, with a moody, rebellious kid. Kari is the only one who seems to be able to get through to her-and she's getting through to Nick, too. Could it be that she'd like to become a permanent addition to the family?

A Daughter for Christmas

by Margaret Daley

Dr. Max Connors had no idea he'd fathered a child thirteen years ago. Or that his baby girl had been given up for adoption. He locates his daughter in a small Oklahoma town and moves there, hoping to become a part of her life. But when he meets her widowed mother, Max is unsure how to reveal his identity. As he helps Rachel Howard with her plans to homeschool the girl, he's welcomed into the family. But with the holidays approaching, Max must tell Rachel who he really is. Can he make his dreams of family come true by Christmas?

A Daughter For Christmas

by Cathy Williams

NANNY WANTED Sexy tycoon seeks live-in nanny... Nicholas Kendall is a playboy tycoon who, until recently, had no idea he was a father--because Leigh has spent months agonizing over whether to reveal that his affair with her sister resulted in a beautiful baby girl... Now Leigh has custody of little Amy, but Nicholas adores his secret daughter and wants her for keeps--with Leigh as nanny! In fact, he wants the three of them to become a real family...by Christmas. Leigh is in turmoil: having the irresistible Nicholas Kendall as her boss is one thing--but marrying him?

The Daughter He Never Knew

by Linda Barrett

"Tell Lila not to wait..." Five simple words--scribbled on an impersonal Christmas card to his parents--changed Lila Sullivan's life forever. Jason Parker, the boy she'd loved, was never coming back to her...or to the daughter he'd never seen. He'd fled Pilgrim Cove five years before, taking all his hurt and guilt with him. Only his promise to return had kept Lila going. Now four more years have passed, and Lila is about to marry someone else. Eight year old Katie is thrilled to be getting a dad and a sister. A real family of her own. Then Jason sends a new message. This time it's personal. He's coming home.

The Daughter He Wanted

by Kristina Knight

The Daddy Surprise Since the loss of his wife, Alex Ryan has been living a half-life. But with one phone call, Alex discovers he's the biological father of a four-year-old girl...and everything changes. Single mom Paige Kenner preferred to have a family without the man. Now suddenly there's Alex, who desperately wants to be a father to her little girl. A gorgeous, kind and committed father. Letting a stranger into their lives is far too dangerous-especially if his presence stirs a part of Paige that she longs to forget...

The Daughter Merger

by Janice Kay Johnson

The terrible twos are nothing compared to the traumatic teens. David Whitcomb is a good father and once upon a time, his 13-year-old daughter Claire adored him. But times have changed, and Claire seems intent on running away to live with her mother -- a woman who's unable to look after her. In desperation, David turns to Grace Blanchet, the mother of Claire's best friend. Grace agrees to foster Claire while father and daughter work things out. She knows this is what's best for Claire. She's just not sure it's best for her. Does she really want to "play house" with a man who, much as she's attracted to him, reminds her of another man -- one she'd prefer to forget?

Daughter, Mother, Me

by Alana Kirk

'In life women can have many labels: daughter, single girl, wife, career woman, mother. I had worn them all and, while life was hectic, I was the one in control. Then four days after the birth of my third daughter, my mum had a massive stroke and, just like that, everything changed.Over the time to come - what I call 'the Sandwich Years' - I found myself both grieving for and caring for my beloved mum, supporting my dad, raising my three young daughters, while trying to get my career back on track. The cracks began to show. I discovered that, sometimes, having it all, means doing it all and that, amid the maelstrom of need, I had lost the label I had started out with: me.'Daughter, Mother, Me is the heartfelt, inspirational story of the bond between a mother and a daughter and how one woman - through caring for the person she had relied on the most - finally found herself.

Daughter of Ancients

by Carol Berg

In Avonar, Gerick investigates the ancient king D'Arnath's own daughter, held captive by the Lords of Zhev'Na for a thousand years-or so she claims. Entangled in bonds of love, family, and secrecy, Gerick unravels the mysteries of ancient kings, ancient evil-and the dreadful truth of his own destiny.

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