Safe Haven Wie ein Licht in der Nacht

Author: Nicholas Sparks
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ISBN: 9783453410534
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Niemand im Küstenort Southport weiss, wer die neue Einwohnerin Katie ist und woher sie kommt. Sie lebt völlig zurückgezogen und vermeidet jeden Kontakt mit anderen. Erst dem jungen Witwer Alex, der zwei kleine Kinder hat, gelingt es langsam, ihr näherzukommen. Doch Katie hütet ein dunkles Geheimnis. Wird sie für die Liebe alles aufs Spiel setzen?

Wie ein Licht in der Nacht

Author: Nicholas Sparks
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 3641055865
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In der dunkelsten Stunde ist Liebe die einzige Zuflucht Niemand im Küstenort Southport weiß, wer die neue Einwohnerin Katie ist und woher sie kommt. Sie lebt komplett zurückgezogen und vermeidet jeden Kontakt mit anderen. Erst dem jungen Witwer Alex, der zwei kleine Kinder hat, gelingt es langsam und behutsam, ihr näherzukommen. Doch Katie hütet ein dunkles Geheimnis. Wird sie für die Liebe alles aufs Spiel setzen?

Wie ein Licht in der Nacht

Author: Nicholas Sparks
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783453408678
Format: PDF, ePub
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Niemand im Küstenort Southport weiss, wer die neue Einwohnerin Katie ist und woher sie kommt. Sie lebt völlig zurückgezogen und vermeidet jeden Kontakt mit anderen. Erst dem jungen Witwer Alex, der zwei kleine Kinder hat, gelingt es langsam, ihr näherzukommen. Doch Katie hütet ein dunkles Geheimnis. Wird sie für die Liebe alles aufs Spiel setzen?

Safe Haven

Author: Nicholas Sparks
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1405529652
Format: PDF
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The bestselling novel and epic love story behind the Hollywood blockbuster, from the author of The Notebook Love hurts. There is nothing as painful as heartbreak. But in order to learn to love again you must learn to trust again. When a mysterious young woman named Katie appears in the small town of Southport, her sudden arrival raises questions about her past. Beautiful yet unassuming, Katie is determined to avoid forming personal ties until a series of events draws her into two reluctant relationships. Despite her reservations, Katie slowly begins to let down her guard, putting down roots in the close-knit community. But even as Katie starts to fall in love, she struggles with the dark secret that still haunts her . . . *The breathtaking new love story from Nicholas Sparks, Every Breath, is available to pre-order now* Praise for Nicholas Sparks 'Pulls at the heartstrings' Sunday Times 'When it comes to tales about love, Nicholas Sparks is one of the undisputed kings' Heat 'An absorbing page-turner' Daily Mail 'A fiercely romantic and touching tale' Heat on The Longest Ride 'An A-grade romantic read' OK! on Safe Haven 'This one won't leave a dry eye' Daily Mirror on The Lucky One

Safe Haven

Author: Larry Gaudet
Publisher: Vintage Canada
ISBN: 0307369218
Format: PDF, Mobi
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“Forgive the assumptions I’m about to make. I’m sure they say much more about me than you. You have a dream of sanctuary too” (p. 21). “Sanctuary” is a beautiful word: philosophically rich, culturally intriguing and evocative of so much we cherish — protection, safety, contemplation, solitude. But lurking at the edges of this bright concept are some very dark associations: fear, paranoia, the slamming of gates to exclude the threat of other-ness. Whatever the word means to each of us, and whatever our ancestral legacies, the yearning for sanctuary is a malady we all share to varying degrees, a quest that is both our birthright and our affliction. These are the assertions of award-winning author Larry Gaudet in Safe Haven, an unorthodox and highly engaging work of imaginative non-fiction. Sure to resonate with anyone who has dreamt of escaping from the pressures of the workaday world — that is, all of us — this book is a highly personal, funny and unflinchingly honest investigation of the power and allure of the idea of sanctuary. Safe Haven begins and ends in the soft fog of coastal Nova Scotia, taking side trips into the ruined shrines of ancient Greece (with a fictional Bayou-born international spy serving as tour guide), journeying by rail through the frozen vistas and forlorn social realities of Canada’s north and dipping into Gaudet’s own Acadian heritage of displacement. Booking a year for this project, Gaudet moved with his wife, Alison, and their two small boys to a newly constructed barn by the sea in the fictionally named community of Foggy Cove. His intent: to chart the meaning of sanctuary through the ages, using his family’s solitude as an idyllic jumping-off point. But the project becomes far more complicated than he’d envisioned, and far less idyllic. Envying his children who can oversee uncomplicated imaginary civilizations in a sandbox, Gaudet cannot shake the awareness that he is complicit in the very iniquities from which he seeks to shelter his family, from the environmental toll of their septic tank on this ecologically sensitive land, to the wince of a lobster he is about to boil for dinner. He must also contend with the guilt he feels for having hijacked his wife and children, potentially for naught. As Alison’s desire to return to the comforts and stimuli of urban life grows with every month spent in isolation, Gaudet knows their idyllic days in Foggy Cove are numbered. In his search for the diverse meanings of sanctuary, Gaudet illuminates the dysfunctions and hidden costs of the way we live — and challenges us to find ways to bring down the walls that keep so many of us estranged from our own experiences. Safe Haven is an entertaining and illuminating romp through the fog-shrouded territory of sanctuary through ages and mythologies, guided by an engaging author who is not afraid to shine the light directly on his own fallable and highly likeable self. From the Hardcover edition.

Safe Haven

Author: Rae Bridgman
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 9780802080844
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In this groundbreaking work, urban anthropologist Rae Bridgman, in careful and intimate detail, explores the perspectives of the women who work and live at Savard's, a unique shelter for homeless women. Bridgman uses the design and development of Savard's - a housing model developed by women for women - as an opportunity to document the project's original vision and what happened once it opened. There are few rules at Savard's. Women may come and go as they wish, and referrals to other services are made only when a woman has indicated interest in taking action on her own behalf. It is a model that aims to provide a safe haven for the chronically homeless. The study traces the evolution of this type of shelter, providing qualitative research and useful analysis for academics, policy-makers, service providers, and activists. Based on many hours of participant observation as well as interviews and staff records, Safe Haven presents a distinct picture of the chronically homeless and those on the frontlines of this lifesaving service.

Safe Haven

Author: Hannah Alexander
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426847262
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A teenage fugitive—Youthful master of disguise Fawn Morrison comes to Hideaway seeking refuge. Now that her dangerous game has turned deadly, she must entrust her safety to strangers. A doubting doctor—Karah Lee Fletcher relishes the challenges offered by Hideaway's new clinic, until an unsettling discovery shakes her confidence. Despite self-doubt, she reaches out to Fawn and finds unexpected grace. A lonely Ranger—Their first meeting leaves Ranger Taylor Jackson vowing to avoid strong-willed Karah Lee. Yet, observing her interact with patients, Taylor begins to feel admiration. Could it lead to something deeper?

Safe Haven

Author: Mandy Imlay
Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing
ISBN: 1786231387
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This book tells the story of one woman’s journey out of the rough seas of religion and back into the Harbour of Love, the Safe Haven of the Spirit of Truth. It is a work of fiction, loosely based on the author's life. She is part of and loves the church but there have been times in the past where she found herself alienated from certain parts of the Body of Christ due to misunderstanding and hurt. This is the story of The Creator’s Love transforming a broken heart and bringing deep healing and reconciliation.

The School as a Safe Haven

Author: Rollin J. Watson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780897899000
Format: PDF, Mobi
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A well-balanced book on the subject of school safety which uses historical and sociological data to illustrate how much the school is subject to social realities and changes.

Safe Haven

Author: Nita Hughes
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0615180353
Format: PDF, Docs
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(Trade Paperback) This exciting thriller involves international banks, crime syndicates, government officials, and ancient family bonds. It takes place during the revolution that overthrew the Philippine government of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos. It was a time of intrigue as millions - perhaps billions - in secret wealth disappeared in a clandestine effort to hide the illicit fortune. For more information, please visit: www.NitaHughes.com