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They say you're only as sick as your deepest secret...and Anne Anderson, a victim of unimaginable sexual abuse, had plenty of them. The product of a broken and dysfunctional home, Anderson's childhood was like something out of a nightmare, leaving her abandoned, molested, manipulated, drugged, and even prostituted. The closest thing to love that she experienced was offered with one condition: that she'd agree to have sex. Never mind that she was only twelve years old. And never mind that the man was her only father figure-a man who was supposed to protect and care for her. Unsurprisingly, she was left damaged and deeply scarred, her pain and suffering extending far beyond the abuse itself. For years, she carried around the baggage of her past, feeling emotionally empty and disconnected. When she became a Christian, she thought it was an immediate solution, hoping that her newfound faith would make everything right. But a lifetime of self-sabotaging patterns weren't so easily broken. So how does one move on from such trauma? In Are You Still Bothered by the Past? author Anne Anderson candidly shares her story of abuse, as well as her personal recovery process. Her inspirational message encourages other abuse victims, showing that no matter the circumstances, it is possible to rise above your past and find the hope, healing, and love you long for.
God could not have chosen a worse time to send Dr. Grant Hardesty to Button Gap. Three abandoned children were depending on Maggie Davis's clandestine care until their mother returned. Maggie didn't think she could trust the by-the-book doctor with her secret. Until she got a glimpse into his soul...and God's mysterious ways became as clear as a starry night. Maggie knew her trust was well placed as this once-aloof doctor opened his heart to the children...and her. But as Grant's time in Button Gap ended, she prayed for one more miracle. Could God make this man who seemed to have everything recognize that it all meant nothing without Maggie's love?
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“Women are not supposed to write; yet I write.” –Marceline Desbordes-Valmore In 1817, at the late age of thirty-three,Marceline Desbordes, the actress and Romantic poet–the only woman counted by Paul Verlaine among his poètes maudits, or “accursed poets,” a group that included Victor Hugo, Charles Baudelaire, and Alfred de Vigny–marries Prosper Valmore, a fellow actor who brings love and stability to her tumultuous life. Such stability is short-lived, however:When she meets Henri de Latouche, an influential man of letters, they soon begin a passionate affair. Although their tryst does not last more than a year, their relationship survives through letters and memory. It sparks inspiration in Marceline’s work and leads her to create some of the most beautiful poetry in French literature. A talented poet, a romantic woman, a passionate lover, a nurturing mother, and a child at heart, Marceline Desbordes-Valmore is rescued from obscurity through Plantagenet’s dazzling writing in this fictionalized biography. The book will include a selection of Desbordes-Valmore’s poems in the original French and in an English translation by the Pulitzer Prize—winning poet Louis Simpson.
This indispensable guide to family in the #1 bestselling series reveals how to avoid letting the minor setbacks in your home life get you down. With his characteristic candor and piercing insight, author Richard Carlson demonstrates how to resolve such common domestic tensions as: Children who are whining or fighting Issues with your spouse Hassles over household chores Difficult teenagers
In the Science Fiction Thriller Cripple-Mode:Hot Electric Give me liberty or give me death wasn't Travis Lucia Hamilton-McQueen's foremost declaration. She'd returned from near death and wasn't keen on revisiting; she just wanted her life back. Granddaughter of a mass murderer; daughter of a convict; suspected terrorist with confused memories. No not that life, nor the alternate. A soulless clone with limited freedom and an amnesiac ward of Greater Terran Galactic Properties, with a possible Dissociative fugue identity; consigned to convalesce aboard Medical Space Station Perl. Mix in a rogue General with a handful of assassins and her life slips from surreal to something straight out of science fiction and fantasy.
Sydney Taylor is a successful, independent children's cancer doctor who devotes her time to serving others. Through a chance meeting, she is reunited with the handsome Trace Jamison, who immediately recognizes the spark he felt for her a year ago. As Sydney's feelings for Trace grow stronger each day, she must put to rest the skeletons from years ago. But when her past resurfaces, will she be able to put her trust in God that all things work to his glory? Will her feelings for Trace be destroyed? Can Sydney silence the Echoes of the Past and hear the promise of her future? Author Kathleen Sherwood draws readers in with loveable characters and unexpected twists and turns in Echoes of the Past, the sequel to All My Tomorrows.

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