Kindle Unlimited Members Read For Free! When deep space explorer, Captain Leah West, crashes on an uncharted planet at the end of a wormhole, she expects the absolute worst. She does not expect the indigenous alien people there to mistake her for an ancient goddess and she certainly doesn't know how to handle the two men who are given to her as husbands. Can she learn to live on a planet so different from everything that she has ever known? Will she ever go home and will she want to? Enjoy this standalone short story + 25 FREE bonus romance short stories INCLUDED! WARNING: Please note: this book contains graphic sex and is only intended for adult readers.
Only minutes before Sherrill is to marry Carter, the man of her dreams, she discovers him in the arms of another woman. When Sherrill finds that the other woman is desperately in love with Carter, she decides the wedding must go on--with the other woman as the bride! Later, as Sherrill arrives at the church to watch the wedding that should have been hers, she stumbles out of the car--and falls into the arms of a passing stranger. When Sherrill looks up to apologize, she sees a tall, handsome man whose piercing eyes seem to see deep within her.
Shaken and distressed, Sherrill lets the man help her into the church. He stays close beside her throughout the ceremony and is her encouragement and support through the rest of that painful day.
Soon he is no longer a stranger . . . and more than a friend.
Taking an uncommon look at God's creation, this book will engage both children and adults with its combination of scientific accuracy, wide-eyed wonder, and subtle humor. Joanne De Jonge here presents a wealth of little-known facts about some fascinating creatures that we often overlook. All Nature Sings discusses the nature no one actually sings about.
Although we generally don't see the slimy slug, the hairy tarantula, or the slithering snake as "nice" nature, these creatures also sing God's praises in their own way -- we simply don't know their song. But after looking through Joanne's eyes at worms, pill bugs, gerbils, yaks, and other interesting animals, readers will see anew how all of nature does indeed sing.
Augusta Glendenning is so ill-at-ease in society that her family despairs of her ever marrying. Then Philip Denham is persuaded to transform Gussie into the toast of the town; all his gambling debts will be paid off if he's successful. But Philip soon realizes that Gussie is perfect the way she is--and that he's fallen in love with her! A Regency romance reissue.
Each year Americans as a whole waste nine million hours searching for misplaced items. That's 375,000 days of time that could be spent in other ways.
As you make New Year's resolutions to get organized, "50 Ways to Leave Your Clutter" will help you stick to your resolutions all year long. Written by organizing expert, Audrey Thomas, it is an easy-to-digest, spiral-bound book with fifty ideas designed to be implemented over the course of one year, which allows long-term habits to form. The book is filled with simple, manageable steps to gain control of all types of clutter, including what to do with piles of paper and mail, overflowing email, the Tupperware cupboard and other kitchen surprises.
In addition, Thomas offers loads of time and space-saving tips for every area of the home and home-office.
La Academia concedió en 1997 el Premio Nobel de Literatura a Dario Fo «por mofarse del poder y restaurar la dignidad a los oprimidos en la más pura tradición de la juglaría medieval». Misterio bufo, la obra más famosa de Dario Fo, es precisamente el texto más significativo de su investigación sobre las raíces del teatro popular. Las piezas que lo componen retoman, en clave grotesca, las representaciones sacras en las que la figura del bufón sirve a Fo para exponer la podredumbre o corrupción moral en la que vivía el clero durante el papado de Bonifacio VIII, o bien para parodiar la resurrección de Lázaro o el milagro de las bodas de Caná, que se convierten aquí en metáforas de nuestra realidad actual. Los pintores no tienen recuerdos, No hay ladrón que por bien no venga, El hombre desnudo y el hombre de frac, Los muertos se facturan y las mujeres se desnudan y A donde el corazón se inclina, el pie camina son farsas escritas en la década de los cincuenta del siglo pasado, al comienzo de la carrera de Fo, y con las cuales el entonces actor cómico se impuso como dramaturgo, director e intérprete de sus obras en la compañía que fundó con su mujer Franca Rame. Partiendo de la tradición francesa de comedia y de vodevil, basada en equívocos y gags, Dario Fo introduce su personal bagaje, extraído de la comedia popular italiana, creando un nuevo género de farsa surrealista llena de personajes delirantes. Contenido - Anatomía del juglar (Carla Matteini) - Misterio bufo (1969) - Los pintores no tienen recuerdos (1957) - No hay ladrón que por bien no venga (1957) - El hombre desnudo y el hombre de frac (1957) - Los muertos se facturan y las mujeres se desnudan (1957) - A donde el corazón se inclina, el pie camina (1961)
How to Analyze People Series Book #1 Analyzing people will give you a distinct advantage in personal, social, and professional situations. Although most of us analyze each other on a subconscious level, there aren’t many who take control of this ability and perfect it, so doing so will give you benefits that others are missing out on. Here is what this book will teach you: The 4 Different Personality Types: Everyone is different, but you can tell a lot about someone just from observing what type of personality category they fit into. There are 4 generally accepted “types” that a person can be, and once you learn how to recognize that, you can put this information to use.
Reading People Using Body Language: Body Language is one of the most powerful ways to read people. Humans are subconsciously programmed to move their body in a certain way according to their emotions and what they are thinking consciously, and also subconsciously. Being able to learn how to read body language cues will take your analyzing skills to the next level and improve your interpersonal relationship skills in all aspects of life. How to use this Information: What good is your knowledge pertaining to analyzing people if you aren’t sure how to use this knowledge? Not only will this book tell you how to read body language and personality cues, but it will give you actionable steps for using it. You can change your own state of mind by changing your body language, which you will learn about in chapter six of this book. Cold Reading Methods and Tips: Cold reading is technically associated, in people’s minds, with palm readers or psychics, but this can be a useful skill for many other reasons, especially analyzing and reading others. And Much More.. So Join us and start your journey of better understanding human psychology today!