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Summary : Daisy won't accept charity. True, her short life has been filled with pain and loss, but Daisy Thales is doing her best to build a future for herself and for her four-year-old palsied son, Jamie. She doesn't need anyone's help or attention. But could it be more than pity she finds in Bryce's eyes? Bryce Chance doesn't have much to say. He's always been more at ease with animals than people. The determined and good-natured little Jamie tugs his heartstrings, but his mama is more than this last Chance bachelor has bargained for. Can Daisy lay aside her pride and embrace God's provision--for her family and her heart? Or will she miss her Chance of a lifetime?
Summary : Helen Davies is sad and lonely when her boyfriend, Tom, goes to Australia without her. But a friend encourages her to take an exciting new job and Helen sets off on an adventurous journey round Europe. This adventurous journey brings her new confidence and the chance of a lifetime A great read for everyone who loves to travel.
Summary : In one century she loved him madly, and in another she wants nothing to do with him In 1844 Ireland, Liam O’Connor, a rogue and a thief, fell madly in love with a squire’s daughter and unwittingly altered the future. Shy and naive Cora McLeod thought Liam was the answer to her prayers. But the angels disagreed and they’ve been waiting for the right moment in time to step in. Now Liam finds himself reunited with his beloved Cora in Providence Falls, North Carolina. The angels have given Liam a task. He must make sure Cora falls in love with another man—the one she was supposed to marry before Liam interfered. But this Cora is very different from the innocent girl who fell for Liam in the past. She’s a cop and has a confidence and independence he wasn’t expecting. She doesn’t remember Liam or their past lives, nor is she impressed with his attempts to guide her in any way. Liam wants Cora for himself, but with his soul hanging in the balance, he must choose between a stolen moment in time or an eternity of damnation. Providence Falls Book 1: Chance of a Lifetime
Summary : The Harmony novels are “Jodi Thomas all the way—super characters [and] lots of riveting subplots.”* Now the New York Times bestselling author takes us back to Harmony, Texas, where big dreams are brewing—and anything and everything is possible… Emily, the local librarian, has started a writing group, but as the group stumbles through both the fiction and reality of their lives, they’re learning much more than how to write. But Emily suddenly has other things on her mind when a friend from her past shows up in Harmony's library. Now she must deal with a secret she’s kept for fifteen years—a secret that changed her life and threatens to shatter her future. Meanwhile, new lawyer Rick Matheson thinks he’s in charge of his world until accidents start happening all around him. Just when he realizes someone is trying to kill him, he meets a beautiful U.S. Marshal named Trace Adam. Now that the marshal has given him an even stronger reason to go on living, he must learn to take a chance on life to dream bigger—and love better—than he ever has before... *Romance Reviews Today
Summary : In her glory days -- the pivotal decades from Prohibition to the Jet Age -- Atlantic City was the nation's center of popular entertainment. Celebrities and tourists flocked to America's Playground while political corruption, illegal gambling, bootlegging, and prostitution were all sanctioned as part of the Atlantic City experience.Chance of a Lifetime explores the heyday of this resort -- a time when real-life excesses strain even the wildest imaginations and outrageous characters made it all happen. It is the time and place where American Cool was born, it was the first home of the Rat Pack and a haven where a down-and-out Frank Sinatra was always welcome -- and never forgot it.Beginning with the early attractions of the resort island, then exploring the power base of boss Nucky Johnson and later Skinny D'Amato and his famed 500 Club -- a venue that encapsulated everything good, bad, and fun about the resort town -- we are given a nostalgic tour of the good-bad old days.This intimate and personal account of the city, the club and the famous and infamous people who passed through is told by insider Grace Anselmo D'Amato, whose husband managed the 500 Club for his brother Skinny. The reader can almost imagine sitting in a zebra-print booth at the old Five when she drops by to tell the storied history of this 20th-century playground by the sea. The book includes a foreword by the noted Atlantic City historian Vicki Gold Levi, who recounts her experiences as a teenager at the Five at its height in the '50s.Chance of a Lifetime is extensively illustrated with 178 rare pictures of celebrity, 500 Club, and historic Atlantic City images specially printed on 96 gallerypages -- with additional images throughout the text.In a place where more people came for sin than sun, Chance of a Lifetime details the rise and fall, and rise again, of Atlantic City's glorious glitz and guts.
Summary : Gen Richards is done being “the helpless blind girl.” Resurrecting her high-school bucket list that begins with “kiss a total stranger” seems just the thing...until she finds herself in a panty-melting lip lock with her big brother’s adrenaline-junky best friend. Chance Anderson thrives on adrenaline, but Genny’s the one risk he’s won’t take. His recklessness a decade ago landed her in the hospital and ejected him from her life. He’s bad for her and everyone knows it—especially her big brother. Chance reluctantly helps Gen complete her bucket list in order to keep her out of trouble. But running through a freezing fountain, playing spin the bottle while fending off a mad horde of stinging insects, and skinny dipping with homicidal attack swans don’t hold a candle to the real danger: falling for the one person he can never have. Each book in the Anderson Brothers series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order. Series Order: Book #1 Sleeping with the Boss Book #2 Neighbors with Benefits Book #3 Chance of a Lifetime
Summary : This report describes the effects of poor housing on children's development and life chances. It explains the impact of poor housing conditions, overcrowding, and homelessness on children's health, safety, and learning, as well as the longer term effects on their economic well-being and behaviour. The report concludes with policy recommendations for the British government.
Summary : Sherrill and Alan grew up together and have been friends ever since. Sherrill gets invited to visit her wealthy relatives in New York and Alan is offered to take part in an important archaeological mission in Egypt at the same time. What seems as a chance of a lifetime for both soon turns out to be the complete opposite. Sherrill and Alan realize that the only true happiness is when they are together.
Summary : The purpose of this Paperback is to start a debate about the real problem of how we should educate our young people. It is based on the book Chance of a Lifetime: How the other half loses by Jonathan Langdale and John Harrison. To be winners today, young people have to be good at school (or very lucky). Clearly, a great many of them aren t good at school, but we believe they are all good at something. Because the Great and the Good became the Great and the Good because they were good at school, the received wisdom is that their kind of academic schooling is good for everyone it must be! Look how successful they are! Thus the best schools must be facsimiles of their schools and schoolchildren must all be judged by their standards the gold standards of GCSE A*-C and A Levels followed by university. If only everyone was as academically clever as they are, wouldn t the world be a better place? And the children who fail at their kind of schooling are just that failures. Over the years we have blamed the failure of secondary education on: The governors The head teachers The teachers and above all The pupils. Chance of a Lifetime shows that: It isn t the governors It isn t the head teachers It isn t the teachers and It certainly isn t the pupils It s the academically focussed secondary school itself.
Summary : Chance Of A Lifetime by Barbara Kaye released on Feb 22, 1991 is available now for purchase.
Summary : Buying a lotto ticket with her two best friends didn’t change Zoe’s life. Only following her heart would do that . . . Sure, winning the lottery allows Zoe Ferris to quit her job as a cutthroat corporate attorney, but no amount of cash will clear her conscience about the way her firm treated the O’Leary family in a wrongful death case. So she sets out to make things right, only to find gruff, grieving Aiden O’Leary doesn’t need—or want—her apology. He does, however, need something else from her. Something Zoe is more than willing to give, if only to ease the pain in her heart, a sorrow she sees mirrored in his eyes . . . Aiden doesn’t know what possesses him to ask his family’s enemy to be his fake fiancée. But he needs a bride if he hopes to be the winning bid on the campground he wants to purchase as part of his beloved brother’s legacy. Skilled in the art of deception, the cool beauty certainly fits the bill. Only Aiden didn’t expect all the humor and heart Zoe brings to their partnership—or the desire that runs deep between them. Now he’s struggling with his own dark truth—that he’s falling for the very woman he vowed never to forgive.
Summary : When Tori is chosen to participate in the 1998 Winter Games and Jill is selected to be her alternate, both girls are excited, but Tori fears her health will keep her out of the competition. Original.
Summary : An electrifying tale of love and adventure in the Wild West from a writer who “can always be counted on to deliver a moving, tender romance” (Affaire de Coeur). Fort Davis, Department of Texas, 1868. Sabrina Bolton’s life is marked by terrible guilt: her twin sister’s death when they were five left their mother in a perpetual state of melancholy. Now she barely speaks to Sabrina except to admonish her. Fourteen years later, Sabrina wants more. She wants romance. And she cannot summon one tender feeling for the suitor her mother has chosen for her. Then Tremayne rides onto Fort Davis. Reared by Apaches after his parents were murdered, he considers himself an outcast in both worlds. To him, all white-eyes women are witless. As if to prove the point, he almost runs down a fiery-haired woman who has wandered into the street and tripped on her skirts. He helps her stand, and from that moment he finds no peace unless he is with Sabrina. Tremayne knows he must eventually leave her, before she becomes an outcast, too. But once the heart has found its true desire, can it ever let go? “Vaughan possesses a remarkable command of place and sensation. Readers will feel the whalebone stays digging into Sabrina’s sides as her mother laces her to fit a too-tight gown.” —Crescent Blues Book Views