Description : A simple biography tells how Father Mychal Judge grew up in New York, became a Franciscan priest, and lived a life of generosity until his death in the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Description : The mother of one of the high school students killed in the Littleton shootings describes her daughter's religious faith.
Description : This book is a simple, straightforward, logical guide to dating the right way. No gimmicks, no tricks, just practical advice that really works. If you're new to the dating scene, fed up with short-lived relationships, sick of awkward dates with girls, or would just like to fine-tune your dating skills, this book is definitely for you. The advice in this book will restore your perspective, help you find relationships that last, and give you some practical hints and tips to help you-and the girl you asked out-feel great about the first date and beyond. Whether you're new to dating, or you've been doing it for years, you'll walk away from this book with the skills necessary to have success in dating.
Description : Matthew had fallen for Georgia the moment he sat opposite her on a train. Accidentally walking off with the wrong mobile phone gave him the ideal opportunity to see her again. After her late husband had left her with a pile of debts, Georgia had a phobia about having a man in her life. Matthew Fraser might have been rich, he might have been wonderful with her kids, he might have continually come to her rescue… But no, she wouldn't be swayed; she wouldn't let this man under her skin. But Matthew was a patient man, and equally determined…
Description : My teenage Kobe story outshines love in India, irrespective and unbound of the age of maturity. It neglects the words of the world which says relationship suits at a certain age and the age isn't 'teenage'; It upholds the fidelity and loyalty a teenager CAN have at this age as ended all the crushes ain't temporary. Comprehending the fact that this teenager are appreciated to love, they can cross all the boundaries of affection and faith just to have her heart keep puddling with love; my story is simple true loved tale.
Description : Jayne Marks is questioning the choices she has made in the years since college and is struggling to pay her bills in Manhattan when she is given the opportunity to move to Paris with her wealthy lover and benefactor, Laurent Moller, who owns and operates two art galleries, one in New York, the other in Paris. He offers her the time and financial support she needs to begin her career as a painter and also challenges her to see who and what she will become if she meets her artistic potential. Laurent, however, seems to have other women in his life and Jayne, too, has an ex-boyfriend, much closer to her own age, whom she still has feelings for. Bringing Paris gloriously to life, Paris, He Said is a novel about desire, beauty, and its appreciation, and of finding yourself presented with the things you believe you've always wanted, only to wonder where true happiness lies.
Description : Three Brides, three grooms—and they all meet at THE WEDDING OF THE YEAR Annie and Chase Cooper were reunited, reluctantly, for their daughter Dawn's wedding. But when Dawn got cold feet about her honeymoon, Chase had an idea. It was important that his daughter and her new husband should start life together believing love never dies, so why didn't he and Annie pretend they were reconciled? Just for a while… Enjoy the rekindled passion that sizzles between Annie and Chase. Is this to be the reconciliation of the year? Find out—in this, the second story in Sandra Marton's enthralling trilogy!
Description : If God asked your permission before a blessing or hardship, how would you answer? Most would say "yes" to the blessing and "no" to the hardship, especially if it involved our children. Thankfully, God does not ask; rather, he gives us the gift of hindsight to look back and say yes to the hardship that made us who we are. Struggle produces more strengths than weaknesses, more courage than fear, and more resolve than complacency. Bookstores are filled with incredible stories of courage and overcoming insurmountable odds. No one wants to read about a person who was born, went to school, made average grades, got an average job, had an average family and died an average death concluding with an average funeral. We probably know lots of people like that, but there are no books about them. No, we want the stories of the "average" overcomers. We want to hear about the men, women, and families, just like ours, who have faced their own Goliath and won, because we want to believe, we too can muster the "umph" to make it through our own difficulties. I Would Have Said "Yes" chronicles an average family with above average determination, who are blessed by an incomprehensible and awesome God to see extraordinary miracles one day at a time.
Description : ALWAYS A BRIDE! Twice-jilted Annie Baxter is finally getting married. That is, until the best man comes to tell her that her groom has hightailed it out of town! What is she going to do? After the pity party everyone threw her the last time she got left at the altar, she has to leave town as a married woman! And eyeing hunky Grant Stevens, her erstwhile groom's twin brother, she decides she's going to…. NEVER A GROOM! There is no way Grant Stevens is going through with this wedding—even if he is only pretending to be his brother! But Annie is so desperate, so determined—and so irresistibly sexy! Before he knows it, Grant finds himself a happily married man—sort of. And while he hadn't planned to play such an active role in the wedding, he fully intends to enjoy his honeymoon….