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AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME Megan Miller has poured all her dreams and energy into Joyland - her beloved grandfather's charming old amusement park. Pops is all the family she has left, and she willingly set aside her own artistic ambitions to help him. But now Pops seems keen to sell the park - and worse, he's thinking of handing the business over to David Katcherton, of all people. Katch has already landed in Megan's bad books - too cocky, too restless and way too handsome to be around. But Katch is not a man who takes no for an answer - in business or in love. And there just may be more to him than his rough exterior suggests . . . Includes an extract from Whiskey Beach
Two fan-favorite stories about giving in to your heart's desires... Sullivan's Woman When struggling model Cassidy St. John is fired from yet another job, she hardly expected the solution to her problems to come from a complete stranger. He loomed out of the fog like some mythic figure, but Cassidy soon discovers Colin Sullivan is flesh and blood and all man. When Colin offers her a job modeling for one of his paintings, it seems her troubles are over--but one look at his blue eyes and Cassidy finds they are only beginning... Less of a Stranger Megan Miller's grandfather is the only family she has left. So when Pops asks her for help running his amusement park, she doesn't think twice about putting her own artistic ambitions on hold. When confident and colossally arrogant David Katcherton sweeps in trying to buy the park, Megan fights back. Yet Katch knows all the right--and wrong--buttons to push with Megan. As Katch challenges her to fulfill her dreams, he also arouses passions she never knew before...
Two unforgettable stories from #1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Nora Roberts Island of Flowers Finally ready to face the past, Laine Simmons has traveled to Hawaii to reconcile with the father she barely remembers. She didn't, however, come halfway around the world to be accused of having ulterior motives by Dillon O'Brian—her father's judgmental, not to mention gorgeous, business partner. How dare he interfere in her family affairs and then have the audacity to set her heart aflame whenever he's near? Dillon had nerve—she'd give him that—but nothing else! Less of a Stranger Pops was all the family that Megan Miller had left. So she'd never thought twice about putting her own artistic ambitions on hold to help him. Joyland Amusement Park was her grandfather's life, and she wasn't about to let some smooth-talking, arrogant, attractive stranger take it all away! David Katcherton knew all the right—and wrong—buttons to push with Megan. Besides going after Joyland, David challenged her to go after her own dreams and aroused passions she'd never known before. Megan didn't know what scared her more….
Spend summer with Nora Roberts! Rebecca Malone uncharacteristically followed a wild impulse and jetted off to Greece, to blue skies, to sun, to adventure âe" and she even met a sexy, stranger! To get an interview with charismatic Hunter Brown ambitious reporter Lenore found herself being blackmailed into spending two weeks alone with the mysterious authorâe¦ Confident, charming David Katcherton swept into Megan Millerâe(tm)s pretty seaside home town, declaring that by summerâe(tm)s end heâe(tm)d have the family business and her, too.
Less of a Stranger Joyland Amusement Park was her grandfather's life, and Megan Miller had made it hers, too. Pop was all she had left, and she willingly set aside her own artistic ambitions to help him. But David Katcherton had other plans for the park -- and plans for Megan, too, the moment he saw her. Megan had never met a man like Katch, and from the day his smoky grey eyes caught hers, she was lost. He wasn't the kind of man who put down roots, and Megan knew it...But Joyland was the kind of place where dreams were supposed to come true. Temptation Socialite Eden Carlbough didn't expect running a girls' camp to be easy, but these little monsters had her wishing she'd just stayed home. They literally drove her up an apple tree -- and she came crashing down into the capable arms of orchard owner Chase Elliot. Chase knew he'd caught a windfall when he looked at the woman in his arms. The regal beauty was obviously accustomed to a sheltered paradise, and Chase wondered what she was doing in his neck of the woods. He didn't like being cast as a serpent, but how could he resist when she'd just offered him such forbidden fruit?
This handy guide places The Stranger, one of the seminal texts of existentialism and twentieth-century literature in general, in the context of French and French-Algerian history and culture. Patrick McCarthy examines the way the work undermines traditional concepts of fiction. In addition, he explores the parallels and the contrasts between Camus's work and that of Jean-Paul Sartre. Overall, this account provides students with a useful companion to The Stranger. This second edition boasts a revised guide to further reading and a new chapter on Camus and the Algerian War.

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