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"I am of the conviction that a person's writings are a reflection of their character. I know Bernadine Cantrell to be a woman with a deep love for her Savior and a deep commitment to the body of Christ. Her book will inspire you to be the person that Christ called you to be when no one is looking. Read it, and be blessed!" Pastor Johnny Hunt, First Baptist Church, Woodstock, Georgia President, Southern Baptist Convention, 2008 - 2010 "I believe if the contents of this book are applied, marriages will flourish and families will prosper." Sonny Perdue, Governor of Georgia, 2003 - 2011 "When I read this book, I was so excited. Although it speaks to women of successful husbands and the issues they face, what I saw was how it spoke to me as a believer and to our church as a part of the Bride of the Lord Jesus Christ. Bernadine presents valuable principles which can guide individual believers and the Church in how to become a successful bride for the Lord." Philip McMinn, Pastor, 1960-2007 "I personally believe this is the best book on being a Godly wife I have ever read! The focus is on what the Lord expects of us as women. As a Pastor's wife, I believe this book should be required reading as a part of pre-marriage counseling!" Mrs. Kenny (Terrie) Chinn, Pastor's wife, Wilmington, N.C. Bernadine shares the wife's role in helping her husband be all that God wants him to be. A wife's primary responsibility is her thinking which leads to right or wrong attitudes and actions. Bernadine would like for others to learn from her mistakes and her correct actions. With many years of marriage, teaching and mentoring others, her transparency reveals that she has been where you may be.
Evoking in vivid detail the literary world in Rome at the turn of the century. Her Husband tells the story of Silvia Roncella, a talented young female writer, and her husband Giustino Boggiolo. The novel opens with their arrival in Rome after having left their provincial southern Italian hometown following the success of Silvia's first novel, the rather humorously titled House of Dwarves. As his wife's self-appointed (and self-important) promoter, protector, counselor, and manager, Giustino becomes the primary target of Pirandello's satire. But the couple's relationship - and their dual career - is also complicated by a lively supporting cast of characters, including literary bohemians with avant-garde pretensions and would-be aristocratic aesthetes who are all too aware of the newly acquired power of journalists and the publishing establishment to make or break their careers. Having based many of the characters - including Silvia and Giustino - on actual literary acquaintances of his, Pirandello reacted to the novel's controversial reception by not allowing it to be reprinted after the first printing sold out. Not until after his death were copies again made available in Italy.
If you love something, let it go. If it comes back, it’s yours...right? Eight years after moving away from her hometown of Miami, Cherokee is back home to take care of her sickly grandmother. While trying to stay low and off the scene, she puts all her focus into her job and her family. That is, until the man who broke her heart many years ago unexpectedly walks into her life once again. Along with his right-hand man, Dillinger Rivera has the streets on lock. He’s just weeks away from getting married to his beautiful fiancée Carmilla and couldn’t be happier. Nothing can knock him off his square, until his first love Cherokee steps back on the scene with some secrets that change Dillinger’s life forever. Santos has been trying to walk the straight and narrow with his longtime girlfriend A’Layla ever since she left him due to his infidelity. When she took him back, he vowed never to hurt her again and had been holding true to that until one secret he had kept buried comes back to bite him in the worst way possible. When Santos finds out that Layla has a few secrets of her own, will they put an end to what they’ve built for over a decade, or will Santos fight tooth and nail for the only woman that has ever had a place in his heart?
From a New York Times bestselling author comes a Raveneau Family novella you'll savor! “And they lived happily ever after...” Or did they? Can a rake like André Raveneau truly be tamed into a domesticated husband and father...or will he remain a pacing tiger, destined to break free of his cage? Come into the Raveneaus’ Connecticut home, as Devon struggles to balance the needs of her little children with the demands of her restless, hot-blooded husband. When two people reappear from the past, long-suppressed fears ignite, and St. Valentine’s Day becomes a time of reckoning for André and Devon Raveneau. Can this marriage, between two passionate and stubborn people, be saved? Rakes & Rebels: The Raveneau Family series: 1 - SILVER STORM (André & Devon) 2 - HER HUSBAND, THE RAKE: a sequel novella (André & Devon) 3 - SMUGGLER'S MOON (Sebastian & Julia) 4 - THE SECRET OF LOVE (Gabriel & Isabella) 5 - SURRENDER THE STARS (Ryan & Lindsay) 6 - HIS MAKE-BELIEVE BRIDE (Justin & Mouette) 7 - HIS RECKLESS BARGAIN (Nathan & Adrienne) 8 - TEMPEST (Adam & Cathy) Rakes & Rebels: The Raveneau Family intertwines with Rakes & Rebels: The Beauvisage Family series: 1 - HEART OF FRAGILE STARS: a prequel novella to CAROLINE (Jean-Philippe & Antonia) 2 - CAROLINE (Alec & Caro) 3 - TOUCH THE SUN (Lion & Meagan) 4 - SPRING FIRES (Nicholai & Lisette) 5 - HER DANGEROUS VISCOUNT (Grey & Natalya) “Cynthia Wright always delivers, book after book. If you are a tried and true fan already, you can't wait for another new release. If you are new to her books…well, lucky, lucky you. Let the reading begin!!” ~ Elizabeth Clayton, reader
Just when Cherokee thought she was going to be done with her first love for good, she’s hit with some news that throws a monkey wrench in her plans to rid herself of Dillinger Rivera. Dillinger is willing to do anything in his power to show Cherokee that she still holds his heart in her hands, even if that means getting rid of his wife, Carmilla. Only thing is, Carmilla is not going to just let go of the man she has dedicated the past five years of her life to that easily. After being stabbed in the heart by the man she loved, A’Layla has plans on enjoying the single life with no interruptions. Too bad Santos refuses to accept the fact that she’s done with him for good. If that wasn’t enough, she still has the undeniably sexy chocolate god known as Jacier in her corner, slowly breaking down her walls. With both headstrong men willing to do whatever it takes to be the man in her life, A’Layla is thrown into a whirlwind of drama that she never saw coming.
A fascinating exploration of the changing face of social customs and gender politics. Kirkus Reviews Nansamba is married off aged sixteen to young Ggalabuzi from a neighboring village. It is an arranged marriage in 1940s rural Uganda and she works hard to build a prosperous household together with her easy-going and hardworking husband. Twelve years into the marriage, Ggalabuzi exercises his male right to enter into a second marriage without telling his wife; and does so with her younger sister Mucwa. Nansamba navigates this hazardous marital and familial road with extraordinary wisdom, courage and dignity. At twenty-eight, educated, city-born Biiti is considered an old maid. Her anxious relatives find her a rural husband past his prime and with a secret history. He soon destroys their marriage and she abandons it to become a successful businesswoman and anchor of her family. For a quarter of a century relatives, friends and in-laws from Nansamba and Biitis families crisscross each others lives and create much drama and many children, including four sets of twins.
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