From the authors of the acclaimed 'Wake Up and Smell the Profit', this practical guide to setting up a coffee bar or sandwich bar includes advice on location, raising finance and devising a marketing plan.
Sembrava che nulla potesse ostacolare la storia d’amore tra il detective Jason Lewis e la dolce infermiera Elizabeth Reynolds, ma un ritorno dal passato ha rovinato tutto. Dopo aver appreso una terribile rivelazione tra Jason e una donna misteriosa in ospedale, Elizabeth scappa via sconvolta.
Nessuno può placare il suo dolore, neppure le sue migliori amiche. Decide, così, di prendere le distanze da tutto ciò che le ricorda Jason e cercare di riprendere in mano la sua vita.
Ma, si sa, il vero amore non si arrende di fronte a nulla: Jason, consapevole del suo errore, è seriamente intenzionato a riconquistare Elisabeth e farà di tutto per dimostrarle che i suoi sentimenti per lei sono sinceri. Entrambi, però, dovranno fare i conti con qualcuno che cercherà in tutti i modi di ostacolare il loro agognato lieto fine, mettendoli spesso a dura prova. Riuscirà Jason a riconquistare la fiducia e il cuore di Elisabeth? E il loro amore sarà più forte della minaccia che incombe sulle loro vite? Dalla penna di Michela Ray arriva il secondo volume della serie Anime Incatenate, una storia che vi farà sognare fino all’ultima pagina.
A mesmerizing novel of four generations of Southwestern women bound to a mythical legacy With its family secrets and hallowed texts containing explosive truths, The Night Journal suggests A. S. Byatt's Possession transplanted to the raw and beautiful landscape of the American Southwest. Meg Mabry has spent her life oppressed by her family's legacy--a heritage beginning with the journals written by her great-grandmother in the 1890s and solidified by her grandmother Bassie, a famous historian who published them to great acclaim. Until now, Meg has stubbornly refused to read the journals. But when she concedes to accompany the elderly and vipertongued Bassie on a return trip to the fabled land of her childhood in New Mexico, Meg finally succumbs to the allure of her great-grandmother's story--and soon everything she believed about her family is turned upside down.
London 1811 – in the steamy heat of early summer. Adelaide – There is a man in my life and he is everything I cherish and despise. He swooped down onto me like hawk, with his charming willingness to help me find my missing family, under the pretense of requesting my hand in marriage. Marriage. He does not know that I, too, have been making dutiful allegiances, and with persons of power and wealth in secret places. I imagine, any woman abiding in the Industrial Age, that self-preservation is a must! And therein is my dilemma. He has charmed me in the most affable way. His lips curl when he regards my countenance, and I will do everything I can to resist his affections. Whether he makes good on his promise to make me his equal, or before I consider the hand of another suitor, who could be his twin, if not for the latter gentleman’s commodiously serpentine attentions. I will not give in that easily! There is my family’s future, I must protect! Brick – Never have I met any woman as enchanting as the Miss Adelaide. She is from the Stuart Family, humble in their ways, but also fiery as the sun in the heat of summer. It’s almost the season, and I am challenged with finding the people responsible for endangering Miss Adelaide’s livelihood, that includes her estate that is part of my family’s many peerages. She thinks I am after only one thing, and perhaps I am. However, there is another, who has come back to London after I, and he has made his intentions to ensnare the handsome Miss Adelaide, because he wants what I will let no other man have. But The Ton is a more dangerous game of chance where power can turn at roll of the die or a bargain struck by a word. Miss Adelaide, the die has been cast. Let the games begin. Enter a world of handshakes and extravagant luxuries, as the men of the Regency vie to control its secrets only The Regent can turn himself! Fall in love with the rich and powerful in the second 20,000 word stand alone Short Story the Wollingford House Secrets Series.
Also, Sweet and Heartwarming Bonus Romance stories included.
Ready to make God's Word really stick? "The One Year Make It Stick Devotions" makes it easy—and fun! When God made the promise to never again flood the earth, he reinforced his promise with an object we would recognize—a rainbow. Any time we see a rainbow, we remember God's promise. By pairing objects (called Click-ers) that kids see or think about every day with stick-to-your-heart devotions, kids have a concrete reminder of God's Word. When children see a flashlight, a penny, or a speed-limit sign, it reminds them of God's teaching. No more “in one ear and out the other” or confused looks at tougher teaching. The kid-tested "Make It Stick Devotions" really, really work. . . because they make God's Word really, really stick! Start any day the One Year Way! Do-able. Daily. Devotions. This book helps your child connect with God every day ... the One Year way.
Perfect for ages 6 to 10. "The One Year Make It Stick Devotions" is not a memory system, but a way for kids to connect key concepts about God and the Bible with their daily life.
It provides a really strong way to hide God's Word in their hearts. It's especially useful for kids who are visual learners and who find it difficult or boring to memorize Bible verses. "The One Year Make It Stick Devotions" includes devotions from every book of the Bible. Includes list of the books of the Bible with their sound-alike animal names, listed by the week or weeks when they'll be studied. Contains devotions for six days of each week, Monday through Saturday, with optional weekend activities for Saturday/Sunday. For each book of the Bible, devotions include: Introductory devotion summarizing the book of the Bible, with a cartoon of the animal that represents that book, an explanation for why the animal was chosen, and a just-for-fun lookup of a key passage from that book One or more in-depth devotions containing a Bible verse of the day Daily make-it-stick activities Prayers to conclude each devotion Saturday/Sunday devotions have an additional optional make-it-stick weekend activity Each devotion will cause your child to realize the importance of reading and obeying God's Word and how much He loves them
In twelve cities across the United States, innocents are abducted from movie theatres with serial executions to follow-broadcast live.
John Bercaw’s journey to Vietnam started at the beginning of the Korean War when, as a young boy, he thrilled to see his first helicopter as it defied gravity and common sense by flying. A circuitous route through troubled teenage years and four years in the Marines led him to Fort Wolters, Texas, and the US Army’s Warrant Officer Rotary Wing Aviation Course. For the first time in his life, he felt a deep sense of belonging. John’s successful struggle to master the beast called helicopter earned him an all-expense-paid trip to South Vietnam and the opportunity to prove himself as a combat pilot. His year of war was not as expected. Awed by the lush landscapes of Vietnam and the unexpected moments of war’s savage beauty, Bercaw changed his mind about war and its effect on the men who fought in it. He found himself able to overcome fear and doubt in combat and do his job to the best of his ability. Based on the books he had read and the movies he had seen, he had not anticipated the addiction to the highs and lows brought on by the intensity of war. The difficult part came at the end. Leaving Vietnam before the war was over, the sudden end to the daily adrenalin rushes and the sense of being part of something important—aggravated by the shameful reception experienced by all returning veterans—initiated a period of depression that haunted him for years.