Jack's voyeuristic streak is starting to rub off. There's something about being shown off as Jack's prize that sets Channon's pulse racing, and when Jack takes him to a sauna, Channon gets a chance to find out first-hand the appeal of being watched.
What is the Subject Area?All distributed applications need to know where resources are to be able to use them.
Active Directory is the mechanism for tracking resources (components, applications, users etc.) wherever they are on distributed networks. This is a book for experienced systems developers and programmers who would like to use HTTP (the protocol of the Internet) to deliver sophisticated system level solutions using light-weight client browsers.
Emily Cross is a pioneer in every sense of the word. Navigating a new marriage, as well as journeying to unsettled territory in the early 1800s United States, she has many ons to learn.
Through the indescribable joys, along with profound heartache, Emily grows closer to, and knowing God. Emily's story provides inspiration for prevailing through hard times with dignity, faith, and courage.
Each chapter has a section that will urge readers to live a better life and how to leave a noble legacy for generations to come. Part historical fiction, part self-help, A MOTHER'S SHADOW will prompt readers to live a richer, Christian-centered life. Come along as we learn more about our self while we follow Emily's adventures in 1800 USA.
Ahh . summer! Nothing beats the freedom from school - time to chill and hang out with friends at the pool and the tennis courts. It is also the season for summer camp.
Ten-year-old girls Kat, Tiff, Amy, and Hanna meet for the first time at Camp Cherokee. It will be a summer they'll never forget. Kat is a sarcastic tomboy who rocks at sports. Tiff, an ultra spoiled rich girl, arrives in a limo and feels miffed that her parents have sent her to camp.
Amy is a shy animal lover who has a secret she will need to share. Hanna, a bookworm and computer whiz, has a secret of her own. The four girls are tossed together in the same cabin. At first, sparks fly as they struggle with their differences. But soon they begin to tolerate each other as they learn to overcome food fights, smelly outhouses, bed bugs, and being lost in the woods. Are you a Kat, Tiff, Amy, or Hanna? Could you survive Camp Cherokee? Find out how these unlikely friends not only survive camp, but end up being best friends forever.
A Little White Trim...
Olivia Neuman had hoped the worst was behind her after she broke her ankle, lost her chance to be a Rockette, and had to come home to Baltimore to live in the same city as her ex, Bobby (a.k.a. "Booby"). Of course, that was before she saw her face plastered all over billboards for Bobby's wildly popular cable show about an evil, conniving girlfriend named...Olivia. To top it off, the only job Liv can get is playing Mrs. Claus at Rossman's department store--a nightmare gig of wrangling bratty kids alongside a biker Santa. ...A Tight Leather Belt Single mom Cassie Derringer fantasizes about the lives of the wealthy women coming through the doors of Rossman's, lives of cashmere (sigh), winter white (practical--not!), well-behaved children (via cattle prods?) and involved dads (yeah, right). Cassie's son, Tyler, is a ball of wild energy, and she's sure it's because he has no contact with his father, a TV star. Cassie didn't know her own dad, but she's determined to give Tyler one. And when she finds a note with her Mrs.
Claus suit that reads, "This suit brings luck. Go with it," she's sure she's on her way... ...This Christmas, You Are What You Wear Bah, humbug. As heir to the Rossman's dynasty, the only Christmas spirit Meredith Rossman feels is the kind brought on by ringing cash registers. If she doesn't get sales up by 50% this holiday, her jerk cousin Daniel will become CEO. Dressed as Mrs. Claus, Meredith can keep an eye on operations and on Nick, the hired Santa who makes Meredith want to sit on his lap.
With the secrets of Mello’s infidelity, Patsy is left with a baby, drinking problem and decision to make on her marriage. For years Patsy’s life has been about her husband. Will she be willing to work things out with the only man she has loved? Or will she allow her drinking problem get in the way and destroy more than just her life? Michelle and Thor are in a weird place where they love each other, but don’t feel entitled to speak on things in each other’s life. With Maggie coming around more often, will Michelle reveal to Thor her dislike for Maggie? Or will she continue to keep her mouth shut and allow Maggie to push up on her man? Kelsie is with Emont. Emont is friends with Milli. Milli is in love Kelsie. Kelsie is in love with Milli. Kelsie has tangled herself in a web with two men that she has feelings for. Not only is she trying to juggle two men, but she must find a new job and go to court to fight for the benefits that Marcus owes Miracle. Will Marcus finally come around and do what’s right for their daughter? Or will he continue to be the opposite of a little girl’s hero? Milli is in love with Kelsie, yet doesn’t want to tell her. With her always turning him down and pushing away, he finds comfort in Sonya. Will Sonya reveal some secrets that might push Milli to jump into a relationship with her? Or will he continue to keep it as casual sex between them? Mello is in a world of trouble with the two women he claims to love. One is wife and the other is the mother of his two sons. While the obvious choice to try to make it work with his wife, will she be that forgiving towards the only man she has loved and trusted with her heart? Will Kenyetta be alright with Mello fighting to get his wife back when she has been the one holding down his heart in Atlanta? One things for sure with part 3, there are some homies, lovers and friends. Will the roles reverse with all of these couples?
Cut By Cut When Jessie Clarkson left Sayer’s Brook, Connecticut, she was pregnant, terrified, and married to a psychopath. She knew Emil would do anything to prevent her incriminating him—if he ever found her. Staying alive for the sake of her child was all that mattered. Inch By Inch Five years later, Emil is dead and Jessie is ready to stop running. With her daughter Abby starting school, going home to be among friends and family makes sense. Until the murders start. All the victims are viciously stabbed and slashed across the throat. And each of them has a connection to Jessie. He’s Getting Close Enough To Kill Is Emil still alive, tracking her down—or do the answers lie elsewhere in her troubled past? One horrifying crime at a time, a killer is making his intentions clear. Jessie may have escaped Sayer’s Brook once. But someone is making sure she never leaves again…