Children of Italy

Author: Christine Simolke
ISBN: 9780996214513
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Children of Italy is a thrilling novel of love, adventure, scandal, and heartbreak, set against the backdrop of the the early 20th century as millions of immigrants poured through the doors of Ellis Island in search of the American Dream.

A World Of Tears

Author: Linga Munthali
Publisher: Justfiction Edition
ISBN: 9783845449661
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Casey a seventeen year old girl, lives with her parents and siblings in New York, Syracuse. They are considered the poorest in the neighborhood and life is so hard for them to the extent that Casey's little brother, Lewis, joins a group of bandits in order to steal and help his poor family. Casey gets pregnant and decides to run away, she's scared of what her parents would say or do to her.... "What would they do with a now pregnant me about to bring an extra mouth to feed and clothe?" She runs away and goes to Chicago where she finds refuge in the arms of a young man whom she falls in love with. When tragedy strikes like a lightning bolt from heaven, Casey's life becomes a living hell. She finds out that the love of her life, sweetheart, her soul mate is actually her brother. The skeletons in the closet rise to life. The lies, secrets and betrayal in Casey's family lead to the deaths of many.

American Betrayal

Author: Diana West
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0312630786
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Argues that today's government has abandoned basic beliefs in favor of socialist practices, citing the roles Truman, Eisenhower, McCarthy, and others in allowing Russian influences, promoting liberalism, and enabling Islamic tolerance.


Author: Cathy Williams
Publisher: Harlequin / SB Creative
ISBN: 4596262470
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One summer, young Charlotte met Riccardo and fell in love. Then she discovered that he, the son of a noble family in Italy, was merely enjoying summer love, and her days of devoting her heart and body ended in tragedy. Some years later, Riccardo’s mean looks still haunt and pain her. Now a real-estate agent, Charlotte is shocked when she finds her next client is none other than the unforgettable Riccardo!

The Cougar Hunter

Author: Deforrest Leronte'
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469183242
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Vanessa, Jordan, Amily, Whitney and Brooke are strikingly beautiful and tremendously successful women who were brought together by a common bond many years ago. Over the years, they have shared some of their most intimate, happiest, saddest, and triumphant moments together. It is a friendship that is closely interwoven and sealed by a commitment to meet every so often for a ladies weekend of relaxation, debauchery, and uninhibited conversations. But this weekend will be unlike any other when they begin to reveal over wine and martinis their angst with finding meaningful and fulfi lling relationships with the opposite sex. Their individual quest for love, happiness and fulfi llment takes a terrible turn toward the unexpected and a dark and stealthy secret from their pasts re-emerges, resurfacing the mystery of lies and deceit that intricately connects their lives. As the story unfolds their friendship threatens to succumb to betrayal, envy, and deceit. In less than 24 hours they are about to fi nd out if one night will be the demise of their friendship and their lives forever.

Secrets Lies Betrayals

Author: Maggie Scarf
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0345481178
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Explains how the human body stores painful events in its neurobiological system, producing bodily symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, and mood swings, as well as unhealthy repetitive ways of relating, and offers a look at new power therapies that can reprocess these memories out of the body. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.

Love and the Mystery of Betrayal

Author: Sandra Lee Dennis
ISBN: 9780986068423
Format: PDF
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What is it like to recover from betrayal of trust today in a culture that is blind to the trauma and impatient with grief? When her long-time partner suddenly left her shortly before their wedding, the author found nothing had prepared her for the depth and duration of the pain. Despite having lived through her husband's death years earlier, she was stunned by the intensity of the suffering and could not understand why this shock hit so hard. Her loss of faith in this one person precipitated an existential and spiritual crisis that called her very understanding of human nature into question, and she wanted to know why. As she wrested with what turned out to be a massive trauma, she began to keep careful notes of her inner life-hoping to capture the paradoxes of love, grief and longing mixed with bewilderment and post-traumatic stress. With fearlessness and bracing frankness, she succeeds. "Love and the Mystery of Betrayal" seamlessly blends research and reflection, love and heartbreak, rage and transformation, and the personal with the collective. The deep, engaging writing provides the type of solace only a kindred spirit who has been there can. This achingly moving chronicle and meditation on the mysteries of love and betrayal shows how faith and love can triumph even after the most life-shattering revelations and loss. "This story of heartbreak has a rare quality: it is absolutely honest." -Ginette Paris, PhD, "Heartbreak" ..".a powerful book that will serve many." -Tara Brach, PhD, "Radical Acceptance," "True Refuge" "Sandra Dennis does not sugar-coat the experience of abandonment and betrayal with easy tips on getting over it or with spiritual bypass sleight of hand.... A much needed contribution to our collective healing..." -Francis Weller, Founder of Wisdom Bridge, "Entering the Healing Ground" "What Sandra Dennis tells us about the transformative power of suffering is so important and so true. I hope many read this book; many surely are in need of it." -Fr. Richard Rohr, "Silent Compassion," "Breathing Underwater" ..".a rare and beautiful book...invaluable for anyone interested in harnessing the deepest human heartbreak as a crucible for spiritual awakening....a triumph of spirit." -Miranda Macpherson, "Boundless Love" ..".a powerful and thoughtful book right from the heart that will be a source of comfort and assistance to a lot of hurting people." -Lundy Bancroft, "Why Does He Do That?" ..".probes the subject of betrayal in an almost kinesthetic way, like a dance that is also superbly intelligent." -Charlie Fisher, PhD," Meditation in the Wild" and "Dismantling Discontent" "What a remarkable book Sandra Dennis has written! I celebrate her courage and discoveries, and welcome her home!" -Gangaji, "Hidden Treasure," "A Diamond in Your Pocket"

The Disinherited

Author: Robert Sackville-West
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408843412
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In the small hours of the morning of 3 June 1914, a woman and her husband were found dead in a sparsely furnished apartment in Paris. It was only when the identity of the couple was revealed in the English press a fortnight later that the full story emerged. The man, Henry Sackville-West, had shot himself minutes after the death of his wife from cancer; but Henry's suicidal despair had been driven equally by the failure of his claim to be the legitimate son of Lord Sackville and heir to Knole. The Disinherited reveals the secrets and lies at the heart of an English dynasty, unravelling the parallel lives of Henri's four illegitimate siblings: in particular his older sister, Victoria, who on becoming Lady Sackville and mistress of Knole, by marriage, consigned her brothers and sisters to lives of poverty and disappointment.

Highland Betrayal

Author: Alyson McLayne
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1492654574
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"Witty banter, adventure and passion!"—ELIZA KNIGHT, USA Today bestselling author A betrothal. A betrayal. A love threatened by treachery. Laird Callum MacLean vowed to marry Maggie MacDonnell. But when his father's apparent suicide makes him Laird of his clan, Callum must unmask his father's killer before bringing Maggie into his dangerous new home. Maggie's home isn't any safer. When Callum fails to return, Maggie does what any resourceful Highland lass would do. She escapes—and finds herself toe-to-toe with Callum, who's determined to fulfill his promise. Maggie can't bring herself to trust him with her heart again. But with a traitor still at large, they must rely on each other in every way, or their clans—and their love—will be destroyed. The Sons of Gregor MacLeod: Highland Promise (Book 1) Highland Conquest (Book 2) Highland Betrayal (Book 3) More praise for McLayne's Sons of Gregor MacLeod: "Raises the bar of Scottish-set historical romances."—BookPage "You'll be captivated by the humor, passion and adventure."—RT Book Reviews "Expertly crafted... [a] page-turner."—Publishers Weekly