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No Greater Love
Author: Katherine Kingsley
Publisher: Diversion Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 1626811474
Pages: 384
Year: 2013-10-11
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A marriage of convenience turns passionate for an exiled heir and a beautiful seamstress in this charming regency romance in the Pascal trilogy. Exiled to India by his uncle for his scandalous behavior, Nicholas Daventry of Ravenswalk is a devastatingly handsome man of dangerous passions. Now, Nicholas has returned to England to claim his birthright—and exact vengeance on those who have wronged him. Young seamstress Georgia Wells has been warned to stay away from Lady Raven’s unpredictable nephew. Despite her mistress’s warnings, Georgia is inexplicably drawn to the man who will soon turn her life upside down. Both know that their marriage is merely a convenience, but as Georgia gets to know the man behind the rumors, she begins to see in Nicholas the kind of man she could truly love . . .
No Greater Love
Author: Danielle Steel
Publisher: Dell
ISBN: 0307566706
Pages: 400
Year: 2009-02-25
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It was the maiden voyage of the Titanic, the greatest ship ever built, and in one fatal, unforgettable night, the sea shattered the lives and future of an extraordinary family, the Winfields. Edwina Winfield, returning from her engagement trip to England with her fiance and her family, instantly loses her parents, the man she loved and her dreams. Without even time to mourn, she courageously defies convention to run her family's California newspaper and care for her five younger siblings. Unable to forget her fiance Charles, she is determined never to marry, to hkeep her family together, and to fight to survive as a woman alone. But Phillip, her beloved oldest brother, sets out for Harvard and tragically betrays her trust. Madcap brother George turns to the excitement of Hollywood during its magical days, not to the Winfield publishing empire. And lovely Alexis, who narrowly escaped death when the Titanic went down, grows into a troubled runaway whom even Edwina's love may not be able to save. The two youngest, Fannie and Teddy, remain with Edwina at home. Compelling and deeply moving, No Greater Love questions a woman's choices and the price she must pay for making them. And in an unforgettable climax, it offers an answer—as Edwina confronts the ghosts haunting her and take an extraordinary risk for her future and her heart.
No Brighter Dream
Author: Katherine Kingsley
Publisher: Diversion Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 1626811466
Pages: 384
Year: 2013-10-10
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In the final historical romance of the Pascal trilogy, a chance encounter in a faraway land leads to lifelong love. Making his way through Turkey, Andre de Saint-Simon saves the life of a young Englishwoman. He has no intention of keeping her by his side—no matter how charming she may be. But when he discovers that Ali is the long-lost daughter of his mentor, Andre feels obligated to return her to England. Maybe with some distance he might be able to forget her . . . Determined to win Andre’s heart, Ali endeavors to turn herself into a proper lady. When Andre finally returns home, Ali carefully orchestrates his arranged marriage—with herself in the role of bride. Legally bound to the waif he once saved, Andre refuses to admit his growing desire for the woman Ali has become. But he can only deny his heart’s true home for so long . . .
No Sweeter Heaven
Author: Katherine Kingsley
Publisher: Diversion Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 1626811482
Pages: 384
Year: 2013-10-12
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Cultures clash and sparks fly when a willful Frenchman and an untamed British heiress meet in this historical romance in the Pascal trilogy. An orphan raised by a British lord, handsome Frenchman Pascal LaMartine is notorious for keeping his heart’s desires secret. British heiress Elizabeth “Lily” Bowes is equally infamous for her wild spirit and refusal to wed. They have nothing in common—until the day Lily accidentally lands at Pascal’s feet and changes both their lives forever. Brought together by destiny, threatened by shadows of the past, and drawn into a dangerous battle of wits, Pascal and Lily have no reason to trust each other. But as their indifference evolves into something else entirely, they soon learn how perilous passion can be . . .
No Greater Love, Commemorative Edition
Author: Mother Teresa
Publisher: New World Library
ISBN: 1608684466
Pages: 232
Year: 2016-07-15
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One of the world’s most recognized and beloved spiritual leaders, Mother Teresa inspired millions with her extraordinary example of compassionate and selfless work for the poor, the ill, and the outcast. Until her death in 1997, she was a steadfast voice of love and faith, providing immeasurable kindness and guidance to the “poorest of the poor” through her Missionaries of Charity. No Greater Love is the essential wisdom of Mother Teresa — the most accessible and inspirational collection of her teachings ever published. This definitive volume features Mother Teresa on love, prayer, giving, service, poverty, forgiveness, Jesus, and more. It ends with a biography and a revealing conversation with Mother Teresa about the specific challenges and joys present in her work with the poor and dying. Published to celebrate her canonization in 2016, this Commemorative Edition also includes Pope John Paul II’s homily from her Beatification Mass in 2003. No Greater Love is a passionate testament to Mother Teresa’s deep hope and abiding faith in God and the world. It will bring readers into the heart of this remarkable woman, presenting Mother Teresa’s revolutionary vision of Christianity in its graceful, poetic simplicity. Through her own words, No Greater Love celebrates the life and work of one of the great humanitarians of our time.
The Sound of Snow
Author: Katherine Kingsley
Publisher: Diversion Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 1626811431
Pages: 384
Year: 2013-10-14
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Driven away from England by scandal, a woman returns to confront a danger to protect the only family she has left. From bestselling author Katherine Kingsley. “A timeless tale of the miracle of true love which conquers all, heals all, and makes all new again. Add interesting characters, unexpected plot twists, and a touch of the supernatural, and the result is a memorable, feel-good read.” – All About Romance Despite having been driven from aristocratic English society in disgrace, Joanna is resolved to return to England after the death of her beloved cousin, Lydia. She is a woman on a mission, determined to rescue Lydia’s son from his father, the man Joanna suspects is responsible for Lydia’s untimely death. Guy de Salis, Marquess of Greaves, seems to be capable of anything. Joanna’s wit and passion leave Guy feeling uneasy. Despite his own misgivings, he invites her to be his son’s governess, an invitation Joanna warily accepts in order to better protect her family. What neither expected was to see the boy bloom under Joanna’s care, or for love to blossom in the most unlikely of circumstances. “A true gem…a sheer delight. Guy is possibly one of the best heroes I’ve read in years and you won’t want to miss THE SOUND OF SNOW. I treasured every word.” – The Book Nook
Call Down the Moon
Author: Katherine Kingsley
Publisher: Diversion Books
ISBN: 1626811423
Pages: 328
Year: 2013-10-08
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An innocent outcast is drawn in by the promises of a handsome stranger. From bestselling author Katherine Kingsley. “A beautiful and uplifting story – the kind that makes readers sigh with pleasure and smile through their tears. Tender, sweet, joyous, sensual, and poignant, this novel is simply wonderful.” – Romantic Times Gifted with the ability to read minds, but unable to remember much of her past, Meggie Bloom is a pariah without a future as she cares for the lost souls in Woodbridge Sanitarium. All that keeps her going are her dreams of a better life, until the handsome and mysterious Lord Hugo Montagu enters her life, promising the impossible: Lord Montagu will free Meggie from a life of drudgery, if she’ll agree to be his wife. “Brilliantly written… Hugo is a great character whose behavior is changed by the love of a good woman. Meggie is magnificent as the heroine.” – Affaire de Coeur magazine “A charming tale.” – Romance Reviews

Lea

Lea
Author: Pascal Mercier
Publisher: Grove Press
ISBN: 080218930X
Pages: 304
Year: 2017-09-12
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Pascal Mercier’s Night Train to Lisbon mesmerized readers around the world, and went on to become an international bestseller, establishing Mercier as a breakthrough European literary talent. Now, in Lea, he returns with a tender, impassioned, and unforgettable story of a father’s love and a daughter’s ambition in the wake of devastating tragedy. It all starts with the death of Martijn van Vliet’s wife. His grief-stricken young daughter, Lea, cuts herself off from the world, lost in the darkness of grief. Then she hears the unfamiliar sound of a violin playing in the hall of a train station, and she is brought back to life. Transfixed by a busker playing Bach, Lea emerges from her mourning, vowing to learn the instrument. And her father, witnessing this delicate spark, promises to do everything and anything in his power to keep her happy. Lea grows into an extraordinary musical talent—her all-consuming passion leads her to become one of the finest players in the country—but as her fame blossoms, her relationship with her father withers. Unable to keep her close, he inadvertently pushes Lea deeper and deeper into this newfound independence and, desperate to hold on to his daughter, Martin is driven to commit an act that threatens to destroy them both. A revelatory portrait of genius and madness, Lea delves into the demands of artistic excellence as well as the damaging power of jealousy and sacrifice. Mercier has crafted a novel of intense clarity, illuminating the poignant ways we strive to understand ourselves and our families.
The Color of a Memory
Author: Julianne MacLean
Publisher: Julianne MacLean
ISBN: 1927675200
Pages: 300
Year: 2014-05-01
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Find out why readers everywhere are clamoring for the next instalment of this thrilling, inspiring series. Audrey Fitzgerald believed she was married to the perfect man - a heroic firefighter who saved lives, even beyond his own death. But a year later she meets a mysterious woman who has some unexplained connection to her husband.... Soon Audrey discovers that her husband was keeping secrets, and she is compelled to dig into his past. Little does she know…this journey of self-discovery will lead her down a new path to the future - a future she never dared to imagine. “Julianne MacLean knows what her audience likes...compelling characters and a soul-baring journey of love." – Reader to Reader While each novel in the series can be read as a standalone, there are many more books to love in this series. Book One: THE COLOR OF HEAVEN Book Two: THE COLOR OF DESTINY Book Three: THE COLOR OF HOPE Book Four: THE COLOR OF A DREAM Book Five: THE COLOR OF A MEMORY Book Six: THE COLOR OF LOVE Book Seven: THE COLOR OF THE SEASON Book Eight: THE COLOR OF JOY Book Nine: THE COLOR OF TIME
The Walls Have Eyes
Author: Clare B. Dunkle
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416996419
Pages: 240
Year: 2009-08-25
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Martin may have seen his sister, Cassie, to safety at the end of The Sky Inside, but his adventure is far from over. There’s still a totalitarian regime in place, murderous game shows on the air, and a couple of government agents on Martin’s tail. When Martin and his AllDog, Chip, go back to his old suburbs to check up on Mom, they get a lot more than they bargained for when they end up escaping with both parents. But the biggest surprise is yet to come—the heart of the government’s central power is closer to Martin than he ever suspected.
Perlmann's Silence
Author: Pascal Mercier
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 0802194869
Pages: 624
Year: 2012-01-03
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A tremendous international success and a huge favorite with booksellers and critics, Pascal Mercier’s Night Train to Lisbon has been one of the best-selling literary European novels in recent years. Now, in Perlmann’s Silence, the follow up to his triumphant North American debut, Pascal Mercier delivers a deft psychological portrait of a man striving to get his life back on track in the wake of his beloved wife’s death. Philipp Perlmann, prominent linguist and speaker at a gathering of renowned international academics in a picturesque seaside town near Genoa, is struggling to maintain his grip on reality. Derailed by grief and no longer confident of his professional standing, writing his keynote address seems like an insurmountable task, and, as the deadline approaches, Perlmann realizes that he will have nothing to present. Terror-stricken, he decides to plagiarize the work of Leskov, a Russian colleague. But when Leskov’s imminent arrival is announced and threatens to expose Perlmann as a fraud, Perlmann’s mounting desperation leads him to contemplate drastic measures. An exquisite, captivating portrait of a mind slowly unraveling, Perlmann’s Silence is a brilliant, textured meditation on the complex interplay between language and memory, and the depths of the human psyche.
Bewitching Kisses
Author: Rainy Kirkland
Publisher: Zebra Books
ISBN: 0821734350
Pages: 384
Year: 1991
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As if being accused of witchcraft in 1692 Salem, Massachusetts, is not enough, beautiful Sarah Townsend is kidnapped and sold into white slavery, only to be rescued by a handsome shipping magnate
Jaws
Author: Peter Benchley
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447230736
Pages: 336
Year: 2012-07-05
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It was just another day in the life of a small Atlantic resort until the terror from the deep came to prey on unwary holiday makers. The first sign of trouble – a warning of what was to come – took the form of a young woman's body, or what was left of it, washed up on the long, white stretch of beach . . . A summer of terror has begun. Peter Benchley's Jaws first appeared in 1974. It has sold over twenty million copies around the world, creating a legend that refuses to die – it's never safe to go back in the water . . .
The Book of Love
Author: Kathleen McGowan
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471105415
Pages: 336
Year: 2012-12-11
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Once there was a gospel written in Christ's own hand: a treasure of almost unimaginable magnitude, referred to by the Cathars of medieval France as The Book of Love... Fresh from her successful search for the long-hidden scrolls written by Mary Magdelene, journalist Maureen Pascal now finds herself on the trail of the legendary lost gospel known as the Book of Love. But just as there were those who would stop at nothing to seize and suppress the Book of Love seven centuries ago, so there are those today who are equally determined that its radical message should never be revealed. In a race across Italy and France, new dangers await Maureen and her lover Sinclair as they begin to uncover secrets and shine new light on the hidden corners of Christianity. Combining expert research with dazzling plot twists, The Book of Love is sure to thrill readers as they follow Maureen's search for clues through some of the world's greatest art, architecture and history, until a potentially fatal encounter reveals the Book of Love to her -- and to us.
My Father's Glory ; And, My Mother's Castle
Author: Marcel Pagnol
Publisher: MacMillan
ISBN: 0330321900
Pages: 352
Year: 1991-09-01
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With warmth, lucidity and good humour, Pagnol, a boy from the city, recounts the glorious summer days he spent exploring the sun-baked Provençal countryside. He vividly captures the atmosphere of a childhood filled with the simple pleasures: a meal, a joke, an outing shared with his close-knit and loving family. These heart-warming stories remind us of how children can invest the smallest event or statement with incredible significance, how mysterious the workings of the adult world can seem to them and how painful the learning process can often prove. However, Pagnol’s writing is filled with enormous optimism and delight. And his triumph in these classic memoirs is to have created that rare thing, a work suffused with joy. ‘Pagnol’s place in the history of French culture is secure. The Prousts and Sartres may be admired, but Pagnol is loved’ Times Literary Supplement