And that even in the most decadent periods of my lust-infested life I have never
found anything remotely appealing in gauche, heartbroken country waifs I '
Furthermore,' he added, over his niece's hysterical giggles, 'I currently have about
Author: Alison Kelly
Women trouble! Brett could have any woman he wanted—but right now all he wanted was to be single. He wanted his home, his life and his bed all to himself! Having split up with his latest girlfriend, Brett decided that work was more reliable than women. House-sitting for his mother offered an added distraction from dating. At least, that had been the plan…. But when he arrived, he discovered a house-sitter already in residence—of the gorgeous, sexy, female variety! Joanna was the ultimate temptation. And living under the same roof was testing Brett's best intentions to the limit! MAN Talk There are two sides to every story—now it's his turn!
But it isn't cool. And I won't tell my mates about it. We spend the evening watching
some stupid talent show on telly. It's so lame. I can't play any PS3 games or anything at Dad's. He hasn't got any. I can't even search the net without Lulu
Author: CA Plaisted
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Jeza lives with his mum and teenage sister. His dad is preoccupied with his new girlfriend and toddler daughter. Jeza feels frustrated at the lack of boy's stuff in his life - he needs dad time too. But can he get Dad to listen, and how can he explain that he needs a dad in his life without hurting his mum? A powerfully emotional story, tackling a real social problem with sensitivity and humour. Highly readable, exciting books that take the struggle out of reading, Wired Up encourages and supports reading practice by providing gripping, age-appropriate stories for struggling and reluctant readers, or those with English as an additional language, aged 11+, at a manageable length (80 pages) and reading level (9+). Produced in association with reading experts at CatchUp, a charity which aims to address underachievement caused by literacy and numeracy difficulties.
It was hard to imagine that anything ever went well for Donald. The problem was
that hair. One calamitously ill-advised affectation, like a ridiculous hairstyle, a
propensity for cheap jewelry, or overdeveloped calves, can act as a magnet, ...
Author: Stephen McCauley
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Stephen McCauley's much-loved novels The Object of My Affection and The Easy Way Out prompted The New York Times Book Review to dub him "the secret love child of Edith Wharton and Woody Allen." Now McCauley stakes further claim to that title -- and more -- with a rich and deftly funny novel that charts the unpredictable terrain of family, friends, and fathers. Thirty-five-year-old Clyde Carmichael spends too much time at things that make him miserable: teaching at a posh but flaky adult learning center; devouring forgettable celebrity biographies; and obsessing about his ex-lover, Gordon. Clyde's other chief pursuit is dodging his family -- his maddeningly insecure sister and his irascible father, who may or may not be at death's door. Clyde's in danger of becoming as aimless as Marcus, his handsome (and unswervingly straight) roommate, who's spent ten years on one dissertation and far too many fizzled relationships. Enter Louise Morris. Clyde's old friend and Marcus's onetime lover is a restless writer and single mother, who shows up with Ben, her son and a neurotic dog in tow. The looming question of Ben's paternity nudges Clyde back into the orbit of his own father -- and propels our endearing hero into the kind of bittersweet emotional terrain that McCauley captures so well.
A touching wartime saga of life when the men come home (Eileen Gilmoss series
, Book 2) Joan Jonker ... One thing about Milly Knight, she never repeated anything anyone told her in confidence. 'How is he now?' Eileen crossed her two
Author: Joan Jonker
Publisher: Hachette UK
The war may be over, but for one young wife, her battles are only just beginning... Man of the House is a heart-breaking but ultimately uplifting saga of life after the war, in the second instalment of Joan Jonker's Eileen Gillmoss series. Perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Katie Flynn. On VE day, everyone was rejoicing and it seemed the whole population of Liverpool had turned out to celebrate. Eileen Gillmoss, a colourful character with a smile forever lighting up her face, was the life and soul of the party. Today was the day she'd prayed for and dreamed about. After five long, lonely years, her prisoner-of-war husband Bill would be coming home, back to the open, loving arms of his wife and children. But the man who comes back from the war is a complete stranger to her. It isn't only that Bill's appearance has changed. It's his remoteness, his flinching from her touch that Eileen can't cope with. Now, Eileen, who is always there to lend a shoulder to cry on, is the one in need. But who can she turn to? No one can give her what she craves most... her old husband back. She wants him back where he belongs, as the man of the house. What readers are saying about Man of the House: 'This book has everything you need for a good read. I couldn't put it down. With every page you turn you don't know whether you'll be laughing or crying by the end of the page. With the good description of the characters in the book you feel like you have known them all your life' 'Excellent... Joan Jonker never lets you down'
What I got from this ad, that if your love is for sure, than buy this three to four
carrot diamond for the Woman that stands next to you! Now I don't see anything
wrong with a Man that spends money on a Woman. But not a bitch! 31 “
Author: James Mickler
Publisher: Author House
This book is a gift to the true believers of the Game! At Safe House, we guarantee with all knowledge of logical thinking that the situation or confrontation, that's in your path, can be eliminated with knowledge of oneself! To be a Man, is what is needed in today's society. To defeat the enemy and to restore your position, should be your main concern. However, without knowledge of the Game, Man birth rights have been stolen and confused his logical way of thinking with, not thinking at all. To be King is to know oneself. Safe House demands it!
Pinky wondered if sending the new guard was a good idea, but he was too
worried about Sharon to think clearly and do anything about it. The young Night
Guard had seen a man from the house out working in the yard, but none ofthe
Author: Myra Jo Golden
Publisher: WestBow Press
In Those Days is a novel of history, prophecy, and romance. The Bible says But as the days of Noah were, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be (Matthew 24:37). In other words, the last days will be like the days of Noah. If you take that literally, then they were a society like us, an advanced society. Is it possible they were smarter than us and perhaps more advanced? Did they try to improve us, and are some of the genetic problems we see today because of that improvement? This is a love story from those days. Sharon met Shamie when she was still a young girl. She liked him immediately, and he liked her. Years later, when he asked her to come to the project and marry him, she was torn. She had planned all her life to become a reporter, like her parents, and she just wasnt ready to give that up.
Word of the Lord was Joseph's Helper, and he became a prosperous man in the house of his Mizraite master. And his ... And he left all that he had in Joseph's
hand, and took no knowledge of anything of his, except his wife with whom he lay
Author: Zen Garcia
Targum meaning translation references the various language transliterations of the original Hebrew Torah, which came about according to need. The Aramaic and Palestinian versions printed here are acknowledged to be the oldest and most widely used renderings of the ancient language translations of the original Hebrew Torah. Though they are accepted to date back to at least the first century CE, I believe them to be half a millennia older as they first came into being to accommodate the Israelite's assimilation of Aramaic when exiled to Babylon in 597 BCE. It was during the 70 years of that diaspora that Aramaic became the predominant colloquial language and accepted vernacular of use by the Hebraic peoples. During this 70 years of assimilation, the Israelite's use of Hebrew as lexicon dwindled from being the primary dialect of everyday conversation, to being one of mostly scholastic application utilized intellectually by the priestly class.
Their parents had malinman sanother name and his own he was forbidden the
children , to call him by any other name except his own . He was known as ... The man of the house had not the heart to ask him anything further . He sat quietly till
Author: USA House of RepresentativesPublish On: 1872
I will tell you anything I know, but I hate to tell anything I can't swear to. The
probate judge of the county told me ... I will give you the man's house where he
was carried to and lodged on the night I shot him. Question. That is what I want to
6So he left all that he had in Joseph's charge, and he had no concerns regarding anything except the food he ate. ... 11But it happened one day that Joseph went
into the house to do his work, and none of the men of the house was there.
Publisher: Charisma Media
The MEV Thinline Reference Bible heralds a new day for Bibles with the most modern translation ever produced in the King James tradition, providing fresh clarity for Bible readers everywhere with an updated language that doesn’t compromise the truth of the original texts.
I did, sir; I saw him give orders to have a man shot that declared himself an
Orange man. Were you at the ... Did you hear the man, or the woman, or the boy,
or the girl say anything, and what, while you were in the house?—No, I did not,
but the ...
Itisn'tas if the house wouldbe left empty while you're away. ... And just possibly
you're a man who might face being hanged– I don't know about that,but you're
afairly wild sortof character with a love ... anything to you abouta body ina
Author: Elizabeth Ferrars
Publisher: Hachette UK
Dr Charles Gair was found hanged, but that is not what killed him. This was the first of the bizarre surprises awaiting those who penetrated the home of the head of the Martindale research establishment on a Sunday morning to see what was amiss. Even more startling was the discovery of a second body, perfectly mummified . . . 'The writer who may be the closest of all to Christie in style, plotting and general milieu' Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
No need for the woman to know anything of the man, save his income. As to the
knowledge of the ... Small wonder if she becomes a nag, petty, quarrelsome,
gossipy, unbearable, thus driving the man from the house. She could not go, ...
Author: Miriam Schneir
Publisher: Random House
Category: Social Science
Here are the essential historical writings of feminism. Many of the works, long out of print or forgotten in what Miriam Schneir describes as a male-dominated literary tradition, are finally brought out of obscurity and into the light of contemporary analysis and criticism. Included are more than forty selections, covering 150 years of writing on women's struggle for freedom - from Mary Wollstonecraft and George Sand to Emma Goldman and Clara Zetkiln.
As we have seen in Dead House, the deprivation of the prisoner's will is integrally
related to his freedom or lack of ... Whereas Gorianchikov defines man as a
creature who can adapt to anything, the Underground Man simply calls man an ...
Author: Peter McGuire Wolf
Category: Literary Criticism
Dostoevsky's novels have contributed to a conception of man that reverberates in the conclusions of prominent twentieth-century philosophical anthropologists. Max Scheler, Martin Heidegger, Jean-Paul Sartre, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and Albert Camus, among others, have admitted that the works of Dostoevsky had an influence on the manner in which they learned to conceive of human nature and the world in which humans live. Our aim in this dissertation is to ask: what is there in the novels of Dostoevsky concerning the nature of man, of which certain philosophers could claim that in their philosophical conceptions of man they were positively influenced by him? The main thesis is substantiated with a careful analysis of four novels: Notes From the House of the Dead (Zapiski iz mertvogo doma), Notes From the Underground (Zapiski iz podpol'ia), Crime and Punishment (Prestuplenie i nakazanie), and The Brothers Karamazov (Brat'ia Karamazovy). These novels were chosen partly because I have come to the conclusion that these novels, more than others, concretely show in what sense the leading characters appear to have made themselves be what they had freely chosen to be under the circumstances in which they had to live, and that they were fully aware of the responsibility they had to bear for the implications and consequences of what they had thus decided. Based upon a close reading, four interpretive chapters employ the most significant criticism from English, Russian and French literary scholarship. Dostoevsky's philosophical conception of man is compared and contrasted with the conception that Scheler and Heidegger hold, i.e., that freedom is man's essence, Sartre's atheistic humanism and Camus' thought. The following conclusions are consonant with Dostoevsky's work: freedom is constitutive for the being (or the mode of being; essence) of man, it is an inalienable duty--one must become oneself. Man strives to overcome himself and to exceed his freedom but in so doing invariably loses it. Man exceeds himself only in the sense that he realizes an ideal human possibility. The Dostoevskian man reveals not only the absence of human nature but also the enormous power which man possesses for achieving his ideal human possibility.
Even if he took them to the house where the man had taken Tom, they may not
find anything and still not believe him. His past experience with law enforcement
didn't give him much hope that anyone would believe hm. He would probably
Author: Ginger R. Brown
A young woman is being stalked in Florida because a man believes she writes the steamy romance novels that have captivated him. The detective assigned to her case is captivated by the woman and soon he and the victim fall in love. When the police have no luck finding the stalker, she hires a private investigator. The stalker continues to watch and is upset that other people are becoming involved in her life. Soon, the private investigator goes missing. The stalker decides that the only way he will have the woman all to himself is to take her to his home. He is meticulous and plans every detail. When he is ready, he kidnaps her and takes her to his soundproof apartment on a private estate in the north. The clues the detective uncovers about the kidnapping take him from Florida to New York to Colorado. He is racing against time and believes that if he doesn’t find them soon, both the woman and the private investigator will be dead.
All these great men of God allowed the opposite sex to deter them from their God
dream. But the Bible ... He is not greater in this house than I am, nor has he kept
back anything from me except yourself, because you are his wife. How then can ...
Author: Calvin Dean
You may have read many books from psychologists or psychics about dreams, why they accrue and meaning of dreams; this is not one of those books. A God dream in this context refers to the purpose and abilities that God has designed for your life to fulfill his ultimate piece of puzzle for mankind. The poorest man is the person who has a God dream, but doesnt bring it to life. In fact, the richest place on earth is the graveyard because of the many who have died with their God dream still inside of them. A God dream lights a fire inside of you; you will even find it difficult to keep it enclosed. The potential that God has place in you makes way for your ability to write best selling books, to be a great Preacher or Pastor, to sing and write beautiful songs etc. A God dream, however, is not about you, its bigger then you, it about God using your abilities to accomplish something that ONLY He can do through you. Your potential is born inside of you; a God dream is given to you, everyone has potential but not you of us have a God dream. This book dissects Josephs magnificent trip in accomplishing his God dream and shows us how to fulfill ours. This book tells how you can, like Joseph, deal with your life pits and life prisons. Get ready to change you life.
I'd do anything for this man, and he knows it. I'd kill for him, and he knows that, too
. I'd follow him anywhere because I trust him to always do the right thing. Few men are leaders. Even fewer are role models. Faulkenburg is both. We will fight ...
Author: David Bellavia
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Biography & Autobiography
THE CLASSIC SOLDIER’S MEMOIR FROM MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT STAFF SERGEANT DAVID BELLAVIA “A rare and gripping account of frontline combat.”—LTG (Ret.) H.R. McMaster, author of Dereliction of Duty “They used to say that the real war will never get in the books. Here it does, stunningly.” —Thomas E. Ricks, author of Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq and Making the Corps “To read this book is to know intimately the daily grind and danger of men at war.”—Anthony Swofford, New York Times bestselling author of Jarhead One of the great heroes of the Iraq War, Staff Sergeant David Bellavia captures the brutal action and raw intensity of leading his Third Platoon, Alpha Company, into a lethally choreographed kill zone: the booby-trapped, explosive-laden houses of Fallujah's militant insurgents. Bringing to searing life the terrifying intimacy of hand-to-hand infantry combat, this stunning war memoir features an indelibly drawn cast of characters, not all of whom would make it out alive, as well as the chilling account of the singular courage that earned Bellavia the Medal of Honor: Entering one house alone, he used every weapon at his disposal in the fight of his life against America's most implacable enemy. Bellavia has written an unforgettable story of triumph, tragedy, and the resilience of the human spirit.
... actual chieftain of his party. It never even occurred to Washington that the
Federalists were anything else than loyal supporters of decent government—and
not at all a 114 VI: The President as Party Leader.
Author: Wilfred E. Binkley
Publisher: JHU Press
Category: Political Science
The Constitution of the United States says little about the president's specific duties other than the enforcement of the laws of the land. Combining brilliant scholarship with a lively style, this book reveals how deep-seated forces, inherent in American society and affecting the presidency for over two centuries, have transformed the office created by the framers of the Constitution into the complex, powerful, and responsible institution it is today. The administrations of the "strong" presidents have added to the powers and duties of the office as we know them. In addition, such social and political forces as the growth of political parties, economic and geographic expansion, and the changing nature of the national government have all had their influence on the presidency. These processes are historically traced by the author and illustrated by vivid examples of how they worked in the case of such holders of the office as Washington, Jackson, Polk, Lincoln, the two Roosevelts, and Eisenhower. Every chapter of the book brings a fresh and authoritative approach to an office and an institution that is the subject of searching debates today.
God had a good reason for Joseph's grievous setback, but this godly young man
just couldn't see it yet. ... “Behold, because of me my master has no concern
about anything in the house, and he has put everything that he has in my charge.
Author: Steve Farrar
Publisher: David C Cook
Farrar explores the defining spiritual process that makes men men of God, citing the story of Joseph, a humble shepherd who overcame tremendous odds to become an influential leader. (Practical Life)
... his own mother to make money. That told how much he cared for money; he
would do anything to get it, including singing praises ofvultures and hyenas. The
chief specialized in renting his flats to single young 101 CHAPTER NINE -
Author: Tanure Ojaide
Publisher: African Books Collective
The Old Man in a State House and Other Stories is a literary canvas which captures the restless matrix that is today's Africa: the corruptive influence of a corrosive oil economy, environmental degradation, wealth and hubris, love and more. Tanure Ojaide has published sixteen collections of poetry, a memoir, three novels, two short story collections and scholarly works. He has numerous literary prizes and is currently the Frank Porter Graham Professor of Africana Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.