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'It seems to me,' my father said quietly, 'that one always tries to leave a place better than one found it . . .' From the time when she was small enough to be held high above his head Duncan Sandison was the most important person in Janet's life . . . This remarkable novel, the story of a remarkable man who has appeared in many previous Friends, begins with Janet as a young child at Reachfar. As she grows up her admiration for Duncan deepens into a bond of true affection that sustains her through many trials and adventures. After her marriage to Twice Alexander it is her father's letters that bring the scent of the heather to the Caribbean, carrying with them all the comfort of his love . . .
'It seems to me,' my father said quietly, 'that one always tries to leave a place better than one found it . . .' From the time when she was small enough to be held high above his head Duncan Sandison was the most important person in Janet's life . . . This remarkable novel, the story of a remarkable man who has appeared in many previous Friends, begins with Janet as a young child at Reachfar. As she grows up her admiration for Duncan deepens into a bond of true affection that sustains her through many trials and adventures. After her marriage to Twice Alexander it is her father's letters that bring the scent of the heather to the Caribbean, carrying with them all the comfort of his love . . .
In a world that increasingly searches for moral wisdom, David Chadwick reflects on over five decades of love and learning from his dad. The wisdom gleaned from his dad is here passed down to future fathers and all people who long for principles by which to live and raise their children. Whether it's relationships, marriage, parenting, or simple counsel about everyday life, David captures his father's words as a legacy for the twenty-first century.My Father, My Friend: Lessons on Life and Love offers a series of pithy quotes divided into five sections: marriage, parenting, relationships, personal counsel, and faith. David tells a story of growing up with his dad that illustrates the nature and character of any good father.As we eagerly seek the generational truth that sustained our country through the Depression and World War II, David points us to his own hero as a pattern of practical courage. In a time when dads who didn't have dads are being called to raise their kids, this book offers help from the person David Chadwick considers the greatest man in the greatest generation, his Father.
JESSE: A beach vacay with my best bud since college seems like the perfect opportunity to relax, catch some rays, and enjoy a couple of nights on the town. When I find a girl who's eager to mess around with me, I figure I've got it made. Then I meet the intense, hot-as-hell, tattooed Eric Westright, who wrecks my world...in the best possible way. He awakens something within me-something that's always been here, but that's never pulled so powerfully...not until I looked into those solemn blue eyes and felt the red-hot spark of his touch. There's something about this chemistry that's so intoxicating, and the more I get to know him, the harder it becomes for me to resist these impulses that overtake me-that leave me wanting him to show me what it feels like to have a man inside me. I know he's fighting too. It's so wrong, but every kiss, every caress, every stroke feels so right. We shouldn't act on these urges, but we can't help ourselves. First he claims my body, then he claims my heart. And before I know it, I'm in too deep with my best friend's father... *BFF is a steamy romance, but one of the main characters has a painful past that may act as a trigger for some people. Readers are invited to check out the complete trigger warning on the copyright page, which can be viewed by clicking on the "Look Inside" preview or by downloading the sample. These triggers contain spoilers for the novel.
From USA Today Best Selling Author, Ali Parker... Everyone seems to be in love but me. Why is that? Relationship after relationship and nothing. I'm always the bridesmaid, but never the bride. It's getting old. Fast. And just at the moment I start to give up, he walks into my life. Sexy, strong, older. One of my students' father. It's against the rules to feel the way I do about him, but I can't help myself. A single father with a sexy demeanor and deep pockets. But that's not what gets me about him. It's the way he looks at me. As if he already owns me. The relationship can be our little secret. Or can it?
Natasha Friend is a Judy Blume for today -- clearly evident in this remarkable new novel about a girl whose father is an alcoholic and how she and her family learn to deal with his condition. It's hard to be a 13-year-old girl. But it's even harder when your father's a drunk. It adds an extra layer to everything -- your family's reactions to things, the people you're willing to bring home, the way you see yourself and the world. For Samantha, it's something that's been going on for so long that she's almost used to it. Only, you never get used to it. Especially when it starts to get worse...
My Friend Annie takes the reader back into Janet Sandison's childhood. It opens as the death of her mother shatters the bliss of her Highland home. Janet migrates with her father to grimy, lowland Cairnton, where she meets the hateful and stupid Jean, soon, alas, to be her step-mother-and pretty Annie Black. Years of unhappiness are relieved by holidays among the unchanging loveliness of Reachfar. But while at school, Janet finds out about Annie's profession-a discovery that troubles her strong sense of right and wrong.

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