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McKettrick's Luck


McKettrick's Luck


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The Barnes & Noble ReviewLinda Lael Miller, the queen of western romance, kicks off a fine trilogy about the newest generation of the McKettrick men. This one pits Cheyenne Bridges against Jesse McKettrick, "the original trust fund bad boy." Cheyenne, fiercely proud, grew up poor in Indian Rock, Arizona, and returns in her designer suit and heels to do the impossible: persuade Jesse McKettrick to sell a breathtakingly beautiful piece of land inherited from his ancestors (McKettrick's Choice) so it can be developed. Still, she is highly motivated - not by her Trump-style boss (who's always saying things like "failure is not an option") but by medical expenses for her wheelchair-bound younger brother. There are nice cat-and-mouse moments as Cheyenne tries to persuade Jesse to sell and he tries to persuade her to spend the night. Miller uses the game of poker throughout the book to good effect, but more important matters are at stake for Jesse and Cheyenne - learning how to gamble on love. Ginger Curwen

Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig


Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig


$48.95


It was one of the top-floor-rear flats in the Wyandotte, not merely biggest of Washington's apartment hotels, but also "most exclusive"-which is the elegant way of saying most expensive. The Wyandotte had gone up before landlords grasped the obvious truth that in a fire-proof structure locations farthest from noise and dust should and could command highest prices; so Joshua Craig's flat was the cheapest in the house. The ninety dollars a month loomed large in his eyes, focused to little-town ideas of values; it was, in fact, small for shelter in "the DE LUXE district of the DE LUXE quarter," to quote Mrs. Senator Mulvey, that simple, far-Western soul, who, finding snobbishness to be the chief distinguishing mark of the Eastern upper classes, assumed it was a virtue, acquired it laboriously, and practiced it as openly and proudly as a preacher does piety. Craig's chief splendor was a sitting-room, called a parlor and bedecked in the red plush and Nottingham that represent hotel men's probably shrewd guess at the traveling public's notion of interior opulence. Next the sitting-room, and with the same dreary outlook, or, rather, downlook, upon disheveled and squalid back yards, was a dingy box of a bedroom. Like the parlor, it was outfitted with furniture that had degenerated upward, floor by floor, from the spacious and luxurious first-floor suites. Between the two rooms, in dark mustiness, lay a bathroom with suspicious-looking, wood-inclosed plumbing; the rusted iron of the tub peered through scuffs and seams in the age-grayed porcelain.

Selena's First Professor


Selena's First Professor


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Selena is new to college, though she is a little older than the traditional college freshman. Selena is beautiful and sensuous, and receives a great deal of attention from the young men in her class. The young men in her class are not the only admirers of Selena, however. When the course becomes difficult, Selena seeks assistance from the one man who can best offer her what she needs. Excerpt: Professor Kurt thought Selena was stunning. He had stopped what he was doing that very first day of class, mesmerized by Selena's beauty. Her beauty was far beyond that of most women, with her shoulder length, dark hair, and the stylish black or navy blue business attire that she always wore. During exams and quizzes, Professor Kurt would walk around the room, keeping his eye on Selena as much as possible, wondering about her, and, yes, lusting after her. Selena was no shorter than five feet nine, in low heels, thin and a little bit athletic looking, with perfectly sized breasts, perfect for Professor Kurt, that is. She had long, gorgeous legs, and when she wore a dress Professor Kurt wanted her even more. He wondered if she was the type of woman who splurged on sexy, expensive lingerie to wear underneath her designer dresses and suits. He certainly fantasized about her in lacy lingerie, satin lingerie, and every other kind of lingerie he could think of. Professor Kurt had not been expecting a visit from Selena when she knocked on the door of his office. He had doubted that he would ever see her again, though he wanted to see her again badly. He immediately looked up at her.

Standing Outside The Law


Standing Outside The Law


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In the spring of 1969, Troy Jacobson and two friends, Jesse and Coleman, start a small commune in Denton, Texas. They bring in friends, lovers, and musicians, and it all works until the hot summer day Coleman hits on a girl Jesse brings home from a gig. R.E, Coleman's girlfriend, tries to help him balance the demons that drive him to make all the wrong decisions. Then an expensive car pulls up outside one morning. The men in suits who get out set in motion events that take them back into previously secret family histories: Utopian communes of the 1850s, the early days of the Beats, and the lives of the ultra-rich in Fort Worth. Conflicts both inside and outside the commune eventually force them away from home, onto the road, and into the unknown.

Standing Outside the Law


Standing Outside the Law


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Troy Jacobson has always tried to stay invisible; the Snake, the palsy he has wrestled with his entire life, usually has other ideas. But in the spring of 1969, Troy finds a place where he can be accepted when he and two old friends, Jesse and Coleman, decide to start a commune of their own in Denton, Texas. They bring in other friends and lovers and it works for a few months until the hot summer day when Coleman hits on a girl that Jesse brings home from a gig. R.E, Colemans girlfriend and the one steadying influence in his life, tries to help him balance the demons that drive him to make all the wrong choices. When an expensive car pulls up outside one morning, the men in suits inside set in motion a series of events that take them back into family histories that range from the Utopian communes of the 1850s, to the early days of the Beats, and to the mansions of the ultra-rich in Fort Worth, and then forward onto roads leading away from Texas and out west into the unknown. *Author: Smith, Shira *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 332 *Publication Date: 2009/02/01 *Language: English *Dimensions: 9.00 x 6.00 x 0.74 inches

The Pillars of Priestcraft and Orthodoxy Shaken


The Pillars of Priestcraft and Orthodoxy Shaken


$19.99


Thomas Gordan, Paperback, English-language edition, Pub by General Books LLC

The Botox Diaries


The Botox Diaries


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In a world where plastic surgery is as popular as a pair of sexy Manolo Blahniks, suburban single mom Jessica Taylor is trying to make it past forty with nothing more than moisturizer and a swipe of mascara. Her glamorous best friend, TV producer Lucy Baldor, has a different idea of aging gracefully. "My body is a temple," Lucy explains. "I just don't want it to crumble like St. John the Divine."Jess and Lucy's friendship has weathered the trials of marriage, the births of children, and the transition from itty-bitty bikinis to "Kindest Cut" one-piece suits. Now the women are discovering that midlife crises aren't just for men-they're equal-opportunity dilemmas. To Jess's dismay, Lucy announces that she's taken a lover. A very famous lover. Her husband, Dan, is bound to find out (especially after a picture of the amorous duo appears on Page Six of the New York Post), but Lucy's too wrapped up in the joys of expensive lingerie and romantic retreats to care. Jess finds herself in the midst of her own romantic predicament when, after ten years of silence, her sexy French ex-husband, Jacques, ends up back in her life-and in her bed. Whether navigating bake sales, bicoastal affairs, or bagels-and-Botox parties, these wise and witty women know that their friendship will remain the one true thing they can count on. Well, that and a good push-up bra, of course. And their bond withstands everything-from an orgy in Willie Nelson's trailer to a reality TV-show bachelor named Boulder. Funny, brazen, and often poignant, this irresistible novel offers an unexpected and entertaining look at two women's midlife adventures. From Thai massage to tantric sex, who would have thought forty could be so much fun?

Paid To Heal, Injure And Kill


Paid To Heal, Injure And Kill


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The novel Paid to Heal - Injure, and Kill details the unfolding drama of several near simultaneous medical malpractice suits. When the central Texas town of Oakland flourishes with rapid growth, a large medical corporation builds a new hospital there. The ambitious administrator does everything possible to lure new physicians to help the facility generate profits. Ethics erode in this greed-driven environment as bonds of deceit are fostered through hunting and fishing trips, lavish dinner entertainments, and expensive hotel conferences, all sponsored by pharmaceutical companies or medical corporations. Meanwhile, many suffering patients and their families pay with bodily injury, emotional pain, and in some cases death. When the young and vulnerable Allison Presley, still grieving the untimely death of her husband, brings her baby boy to Dr. Williams, who performs an unnecessary surgical procedure on little Junior resulting in the boy's death. Another patient, thirty-five year old Dorothy Gonzales, finds herself permanently blinded as the result of two pituitary surgeries incompetently performed by Dr. Nelson. As the two patients realize they have entrusted unworthy physicians, they seek the services of two attorneys from the same law firm. These men demand the powerful doctors and the supporting entities make appropriate monetary reparations.

Without Honor


Without Honor


$32.99


Without Honor is the true expose of the Rancho Cucamonga, California Family Law court system. It is a chronological sequence of TRUE events as they happened and the destruction of Raymond A. Heninger's life and all that he had worked for at the hands of the un-ethical, individuals carrying out their operations under the guise of equitable, fair, precedent established law and the façade of respectability. This system and the individuals who run this system are allowed to destroy lives under the protection of our law establishment, with no regard to the consequences of their actions and a twisting and distorting of established rules and precedent set case law. They use the law to suit their own purposes for the tangible reward of other people's hard earned money and/or the victim's assets and lifelong acquirements. They run distraught individuals into lifelong debt by making it easy for them to finance their impending unhappiness via Master Card, Discover, American Express, Visa and other financial services. There is no recourse, or serious corrective remedy, whereby the victim can go back and correct the destructive acts of this system as the State Bar governs these attorneys and the judges were attorneys before they became judges. The elected legislators don't want to get involved because it is not generative of votes or in their interests to do so. It is way past time that the men in this country stand up, unite, and put pressure on the attorneys and judges in this country and make them be fair to both sides in a divorce case. Until they do, the attorneys sit back waiting for marriages to fail so they can make money at the expense of the husband, wife and children.

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