Spoonful Of Promises

Author: T. Susan Chang
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762775548
Size: 60.35 MB
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Spoonful Of Promises. A mouthwatering collection of intimate stories connecting food, family, and friends.

Promises To Keep

Author: Gloria Mallette
Publisher: Villard Books
ISBN: 9780375757440
Size: 73.18 MB
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Promises To Keep. In the wake of the murder of their younger son Troy, Nola and Ron Kirkwood are faced with the struggle over custody of Troy's young daughter with his crack-addict ex-wife as they and Vann, Troy's older brother, pursue an investigation into the killing. Original. 30,000 first printing.

Pirates And Promises

Author: Anne Caldwell
Publisher: Jove Publications
ISBN: 9780515112481
Size: 55.82 MB
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Pirates And Promises. Faced with an arranged marriage to a man she despises, Bree Smythe cannot help but be delighted when she is kidnapped before the wedding, especially when she discovers that her abductor is her beloved childhood sweetheart, Justin St. Clair. Original.

Sea Promises

Author: Bethany Campbell
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780373028153
Size: 27.21 MB
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Sea Promises.

Freshman Promises

Author: Linda A. Cooney
Publisher: Harpercollins
ISBN: 9780061061349
Size: 76.45 MB
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Freshman Promises. While newlyweds Winnie and Josh struggle to play house and make it to their one-month anniversary, Kimberly discovers who her secret admirer really is, and Courtney falls for Dash, much to the dismay of Lauren. Original.

Reclaimed Powers

Author: David Gutmann
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 9780810111202
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Reclaimed Powers. A unique feature of human development is that mothers and fathers are bound to a long period of child-rearing, during which the continuity of our species depends on the fulfilment of distinct parental roles and on the suppression of psychological potentials that conflict with those roles. But once the parental emergency is over, the author argues, men and women can assert those parts of their personalities curbed by the restrictions of raising children. It is this shift in roles - a product of evolution found throughout our species - that led David Gutmann to propose a new psychology of ageing, based not on the threat of loss but on the promise of important new pleasures and capacities.