Just Between Us

Author: Rebecca Drake
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466877715
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Four suburban mothers conspire to cover up a deadly crime in Just Between Us, a heart-stopping novel of suspense by Rebecca Drake. Alison, Julie, Sarah, Heather. Four friends living the suburban ideal. Their jobs are steady, their kids are healthy. They’re as beautiful as their houses. But each of them has a dirty little secret, and hidden behind the veneer of their perfect lives is a crime and a mystery that will consume them all. Everything starts to unravel when Alison spots a nasty bruise on Heather’s wrist. She shares her suspicions with Julie and Sarah, compelling all three to investigate what looks like an increasingly violent marriage. As mysterious injuries and erratic behavior mount, Heather can no longer deny the abuse, but she refuses to leave her husband. Desperate to save her, Alison and the others dread the phone call telling them that she’s been killed. But when that call finally comes, it’s not Heather who’s dead. In a moment they’ll come to regret, the women must decide what lengths they’ll go to in order to help a friend. Just Between Us is a thrilling glimpse into the underbelly of suburbia, where not all neighbors can be trusted, and even the closest friends keep dangerous secrets. You never really know what goes on in another person’s mind, or in their marriage.

Just Between Us

Author: J. H. Trumble
Publisher: Kensington Books
ISBN: 0758277180
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Seventeen-year-old Luke falls for new guy Curtis, who is secretly HIV positive, but when the two become involved, Curtis has trouble distancing himself from Luke in order to protect him from infection.

Just Between Us

Author: Cathy Kelly
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743490266
Format: PDF, Mobi
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From the best-selling author of Best of Friends comes an uplifting novel about how four very different women--matriarch Rose and her three daughters, Stella, Holly, and Tara--cope with the complexities of their lives, relationships, careers, and families to find fulfilment. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.

Just Between Us

Author: Mario Lopez
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698158873
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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With a star that rose from unforgettable child acting roles, such as A. C. Slater in Saved by the Bell, to the forefront of today’s entertainment media, Mario Lopez is nothing short of a pop culture sensation. Now, as he turns forty, Mario looks back on his life with a newfound perspective and a humorous sensibility of how things have changed with age, divulging for the first time the endearing, surprising, and sometimes difficult experiences that shaped him into the loving father and husband he is today. In Just Between Us, Mario shares a behind-the-scenes look into his successes and disappointments in the entertainment business and how his tight-knit family and long-standing values helped keep him grounded, no matter what. With wit and candor, Mario reveals his most intimate never-before-told stories, including the details of his often tumultuous and largely public love life—giving readers a look at the ups and downs of his romantic past leading up to his happily-ever-after with his beautiful wife and their two children. This is Mario Lopez unfiltered, for the first time ever.

I Hate Everyone But You

Author: Gaby Dunn
Publisher: Wednesday Books
ISBN: 1250129346
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER! A POPSUGAR "Best Young Adult Book of 2017" Pick An Autumn 2017 Indie Next Pick! Named by Bustle as one of the "16 Books The Internet Is Going To Be Obsessed With This Year" A Barnes & Noble Pick for “Most Anticipated LGBTQIAP YA Books of the Second Half of 2017” "Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin have captured everything about the pain and excitement of that first terrifying, fabulous, confusing year on your own in college... In this epistolary novel, you live day by day with Ava and Gen, deep inside that friendship, so deep, it feels like it’s your own." —Francine Pascal, bestselling author of the Sweet Valley High series Perfect for fans of “Robin Talley’s What We Left Behind or Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl” (School Library Journal, Starred Review), Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin’s I Hate Everyone But You is a hilarious and heartfelt debut novel about new beginnings, love and heartbreak, and ultimately the power of friendship. Dear Best Friend, I can already tell that I will hate everyone but you. Sincerely, Ava Helmer (that brunette who won’t leave you alone) We're still in the same room, you weirdo. Stop crying. G So begins a series of texts and emails sent between two best friends, Ava and Gen, as they head off to their first semesters of college on opposite sides of the country. From first loves to weird roommates, heartbreak, self-discovery, coming out and mental health, the two of them document every wild and awkward moment to each other. But as each changes and grows into her new life, will their friendship be able to survive the distance?

Just Between Us

Author: Guillermo Núñez Noriega
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 0816598886
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A photograph of two men, cowboy-hatted and -booted and discreetly holding hands, is the departure point in a groundbreaking study on masculinity and homosexuality in Mexico. Just Between Us, an ethnography of intimacy and affection between men, explores the concept of masculine identity and homoeroticism, expressing the difficulties men face in maintaining their masculinity while expressing intimacy and affection. Using fieldwork from rural Sonora, Mexico, Guillermo Núñez Noriega posits that men accept this intimacy outside gender categories and stereotypes, despite the traditional patriarchal society. This work contests homophobia and the heterosexual ideal of men and attempts to break down the barriers between genders. The photograph Núñez Noriega uses to explore the shifting attitudes and perceptions of sexuality and gender provokes more questions than answers. Recognizing the societal regulations at play, the author demonstrates the existence in contemporary Mexico of an invisible regime of power that constructs and regulates the field of possibilities for men’s social actions, especially acts of friendship, affection, and eroticism with other men. The work investigates “modes of speaking” about being a man, on being gay, on the implicit meanings of the words homosexual, masculine, trade, fairy, and others—words that construct possibilities for intimacy, particularly affective and erotic intimacy among men. Multiple variants of homoeroticism fall outside the dominant model, Núñez Noriega argues, a finding that offers many lessons on men and masculine identities. This book challenges patriarchal definitions of sex, gender, and identity; it promotes the unlearning of dominant conventions of masculinity to allow new ways of being.

Just Between Us

Author: Maya Linden
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781742612140
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Empathetic, supportive and respectful... Or competitive, manipulative and downright bitchy?Or somewhere in between?In Just Between Us, a host of Australia's best-loved female writers bare all on this age-old quandary: Are female friendships all-natural and nurturing? Or are some more damaging than delightful? And most of all, what happens when female relationships go off the rails? And who is to blame? While falling in and out of romantic love is a well-documented experience, losing a friend rarely gets discussed. Which doesn't mean the pain is less - quite the opposite, as we discover in this extraordinary collection of heartfelt fiction and non-fiction works that put female friendship in the spotlight.Nikki Gemmell looks at the hardwiring that keeps us bonded in tightly knit packs, but makes us feel oh-so-claustrophic in mothers groups and at the school gate. Melina Marchetta reveals the peculiar shame of being overlooked for the high-status netball positions of Centre and Goal Attack. Liz Byrski conducts a forensic examination of her own friendship history, and finds some uncomfortable patterns. And Merridy Eastman pens a letter from Helena to Hermia from A Midsummer Night's Dream, which shines the light on one of literature's most famously dysfunctional female friendships.

Just Between Us

Author: Bri Stone
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781975744526
Format: PDF, ePub
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Witty. Sweet. Passionate. True.Us.My best friend and I have the clich� down to the wire. Grew up on the same block, took baths together, shared birthdays...but nothing could have prepared me for our life now.One where I am in love with her. I fell in love with Lorraine Dawes a long time ago. When I was young and had no clue what it meant, or what I was feeling. But I am grown now, and I have aged with a secret I am afraid will tear us apart. Being the star football player doesn't change it, and the women throwing themselves at me sure don't. Lorraine became my person and I learned to live with my secret until she crafted a Virgin Manifesto on her blog for thousands of people to read. I imagined no one thought the same thing I did.That I could have her innocence, but never her heart.We do things best friends shouldn't. I think things no one should about their best friend. I do things that tear us apart and I am left fighting for a way to be together.How can I ever tell her how much I love her?

Frankly Just Between Us

Author: Vincent Falcone
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780634094989
Format: PDF, ePub
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Chronicling Falcone's career from his days at Syracuse University and tuning pianos to playing piano and conducting for music icon Sinatra, this volume contains many great stories about playing and conducting for some larger-than-life music personalities of the '70s, '80s and today.