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Written in lively rhyming verse, this is a delightful and amusing story about a small boy and his mischievous purple pen. The boy's teacher, a Police Inspector, and even the Queen, become embroiled in the naughty pen's antics. What will the boy do about the trouble that his inky friend is causing him?
Rock You (book 1) Working for a cranky hermit in an isolated house sounds like Ruby’s idea of heaven – but her boss isn't what she expects. Tex is a fugitive from the rock and roll world after a tragedy halted his career. The two of them live together but avoid each other until Tex screws up, forcing them to move into closer quarters. The sanctuary they build is enough for Ruby, but the outside world encroaches. She thinks their fledgling love can’t shine brighter than the rock dream but can Ruby bear to let Tex go? Cry For You (book 2) A million girls would swap places with me in a heartbeat. They weep for Tex and maul each other to get closer to him. The way they obsessed over him and put him on pedestal scared the hell out of me. I don't want our relationship made public. Every single fan would question my place beside me. Hell, I question it myself. Tex is a star and I'm nobody. Even worse, there's one fan scarier than all the rest. She'd go to any lengths to get Tex. Tex promised to protect me but she watches my every move, just waiting for her chance to destroy me. Be With You (book 3) So finally our house has been rebuilt and Tex is on track with his career. But where does that leave me? Tex thinks we can build a future together but I worry that I'm too damaged to be with him. It doesn't help that the man who almost destroyed me in the past comes back into my life. How can Tex help me when he has cracks appearing in his own life? He thinks he’s dealt with his sister’s death but he’s in denial. Is the love we share enough to overcome the ghosts of our pasts?
This special collection contains the first three Georgia Coast Cozy Mysteries - Dying for Dinner Rolls, Murderous Muffins, and Homicide by Hamlet - in a single volume full of mystery, suspense, humor, and southern charm. DYING FOR DINNER ROLLS (Book 1): Catherine "Cat" Thompson has been held at gunpoint, stuck in a burning dumpster, chased out of a grocery store, caught impersonating a police officer and almost run over by a wayward vehicle. How's that for her first day as an amateur sleuth? With her friend Annie Mae, Cat investigates the brick-paved, oak-lined streets of Savannah to catch their friend's killer. But it's anything but smooth sailing for these self appointed detectives. Can they catch the killer before the killer gets them? Or will their first case also be their last? MURDEROUS MUFFINS (Book 2): Bezu is a beautiful southern belle with genteel manners. Her problems, however, are anything but. Deep in debt, Bezu's illegally taken in a few lodgers: A sweet stripper and her bodybuilder boyfriend, an Asian man loudly learning English through pop music, and a mysterious stranger with the most amazing blue-green eyes—and a secret. And when one of the boarders dies—with her muffins used as the murder weapon—Bezu must catch the killer before she ends up in jail…or worse. HOMICIDE BY HAMLET (Book 3): Annie Mae has one last job before she retires from a thirty-year career in academia: one week of summer theater camp. Easy peasy--she's worked at the camp for so many years she could do it with her eyes closed. Until a team leader is murdered, and all hell breaks loose. Now, everyone is a suspect--and everyone has a secret. And Annie Mae has to catch the killer before she becomes the next victim.
So finally our house has been rebuilt and Tex is on track with his career. But where does that leave me? Tex thinks we can build a future together but I worry that I'm too damaged to be with him. It doesn't help that the man who almost destroyed me in the past comes back into my life. How can Tex help me when he has cracks appearing in his own life? He thinks he’s dealt with his sister’s death but he’s in denial. Is the love we share enough to overcome the ghosts of our pasts?
“What girl can’t identify with Never the Bride? This is a fabulously funny novel with deep truths embedded in its pages.” –Kristin Billerbeck, author of What a Girl Wants “I admire writers who employ words to paint touchable pictures, likable characters, introducing us to instant friends who lead us to unexpected endings. That’s why I love Never The Bride.” –SQuire Rushnell, author of the When GOD Winks books Eleven Bridesmaid Dresses Don’t Lie Since she was just a little girl, Jessie Stone dreamed up hundreds of marriage proposals, doodled the romantic ideas in her journal with her treasured purple pen, and fantasized about wedding dresses and falling in love. She’s been a bridesmaid nearly a dozen times, waved numerous couples off to sunny honeymoons, and shopped in more department stores for half-price fondue pots than she cares to remember. But shopping for one key component of these countless proposals hasn't been quite as productive–a future husband. The man she thought she would marry cheated on her. The crush she has on her best friend Blake is at very best…well, crushing. And speed dating has only churned out memorable horror stories. So when God shows up one day, in the flesh, and becomes a walking, talking part of her life, Jessie is skeptical. What will it take to convince her that the Almighty has a better plan than one she’s already cooked up in her journals? Can she turn over her pen and trust someone else to craft a love story beyond her wildest dreams? Cheryl McKay is the screenwriter for the award-winning film The Ultimate Gift. She also wrote an episode of Gigi: God’s Little Princess, based on the book by Sheila Walsh, and Taylor’s Wall, a drama about high-school violence. She’s been writing since the tender age of five when she penned her first play. Cheryl is originally from Boston, Massachusetts, and currently lives in Los Angeles. Rene Gutteridge is a critically acclaimed comedy writer and novelist. She is the author of fifteen novels including the Boo series, My Life as a Doormat, the Occupational Hazards series, and the novelization of the motion picture The Ultimate Gift. She lives in Oklahoma with her family. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Baker Acted! Three Days in a Madhouse By: April Showers Baker Acted! Three Days in a Madhouse is a true story about the Florida mental health system. When April Showers stops by Ivy Green to retrieve a copy of her psychosocial report that had been assessed a few days prior, she is wrongfully Baker Acted and committed to the hospital for three days. During those tumultuous three days of frustration, no one on staff takes the time to understand her feelings, and what’s worse, inside she meets others who are similar situations. A poignant statement on the sorry state of mental health services in the United States, as you read Baker Acted! Three Days in a Madhouse, you can imagine the hopelessness, the desperation, and the despair that a place like Ivy Green brings to its patients. See the world through April’s eyes and receive a first-hand account of what it’s like to be prisoner in a madhouse.
From the award-winning author of Mistress of Spices, the bestselling novel about the extraordinary bond between two women, and the family secrets and romantic jealousies that threaten to tear them apart. Anju is the daughter of an upper-caste Calcutta family of distinction. Her cousin Sudha is the daughter of the black sheep of that same family. Sudha is startlingly beautiful; Anju is not. Despite those differences, since the day on which the two girls were born, the same day their fathers died--mysteriously and violently--Sudha and Anju have been sisters of the heart. Bonded in ways even their mothers cannot comprehend, the two girls grow into womanhood as if their fates as well as their hearts were merged. But, when Sudha learns a dark family secret, that connection is shattered. For the first time in their lives, the girls know what it is to feel suspicion and distrust. Urged into arranged marriages, Sudha and Anju's lives take opposite turns. Sudha becomes the dutiful daughter-in-law of a rigid small-town household. Anju goes to America with her new husband and learns to live her own life of secrets. When tragedy strikes each of them, however, they discover that despite distance and marriage, they have only each other to turn to. Set in the two worlds of San Francisco and India, this exceptionally moving novel tells a story at once familiar and exotic, seducing readers from the first page with the lush prose we have come to expect from Divakaruni. Sister of My Heart is a novel destined to become as widely beloved as it is acclaimed.
A compelling and troubling exploration of a generation raised on antidepressants, and a book that combines expansive interviews with substantive research-based reporting, Coming of Age on Zoloft is a vitally important and immediately engrossing study of one of America’s most pressing and omnipresent issues: our growing reliance on prescription drugs. Katherine Sharpe, the former editor of Seed magazine’s ScienceBlogs.com, addresses the questions that millions of young men and women are struggling with. “Where does my personality end and my prescription begin?” “Do I have a disease?” “Can I get better on my own?” Combining stout scientific acumen with first-person experience gained through her own struggle with antidepressants, Sharpe leads the reader through a complex subject, a guide towards a clearer future for all.
Clinical psychologist Liz Cooper doesn't believe in ghosts. But when her best friend finds a tarot card tacked to her front door-and is then accused of murder-Liz will have to find a way to embrace the occult if she wants to outwit the real killer...
No one writes “good scary fun” (The Washington Post) better than New York Times bestselling master of psychological suspense Lisa Unger. With more than 1.7 million books sold in more than thirty countries, it’s clear why USA TODAY declared that her thrillers “should be on everyone’s to-read list.” Falling in love can feel like a dream…or a living nightmare. Darkness has a way of creeping up when Ian is with Priss. Even when they were kids, playing in the woods of their small upstate New York town, he could feel it. Still, Priss was his best friend, his salvation from the bullies who called him “loser” and “fatboy”…and from his family’s deadly secrets. Now that they’ve both escaped to New York City, Ian no longer inhabits the tortured shell of his childhood. He is a talented and successful graphic novelist, and Priss…Priss is still trouble. The booze, the drugs, the sex—Ian is growing tired of late nights together trying to keep the past at bay. Especially now that he’s met sweet, beautiful Megan, whose love makes him want to change for the better. But Priss doesn’t like change. Change makes her angry. And when Priss is angry, terrible things begin to happen…
Just when Sheila, Snapper and Pen are beginning to adjust to their lives, adopted into a new family, an old adversary emerges. Kalik, an evil sorcerer who they thought was vanquished, reappears. Unknown to the children, she has come back with her two evil sisters to destroy them. These three, dark shadows lurk and scheme a plot to steal the children's magical powers. A coven of good witches, deep in the heart of Stonehenge have mysteriously disappeared. Their bodies were never discovered... only the remains of their spell-books lay scattered. Glimpses of these witches have been spotted at the ancient, burial chamber, long forgotten, on the Northern shores of Ireland. Snapper, Sheila and Pen find themselves on a quest to rescue them. Along the way they are given magical gifts to help them on this quest by mystical druids. They will need to rely on each other, their magical training and Raven's help if they are going to go up against the deadly, three, dark shadows!
Eagerly anticipating her Quinceanera, the fifteenth birthday celebration that will signify her adulthood, Marisol is troubled by a lack of money, her mother's new boyfriend, changes in her best friend, and the absence of the father she never knew.
Eagerly anticipating her Quinceanera, the fifteenth birthday celebration that will signify her adulthood, Marisol is troubled by a lack of money, her mother's new boyfriend, changes in her best friend, and the absence of the father she never knew.
Devon Brown won’t eat in the school caf (a germ swamp). He covers his hands before opening doors, eats things in groups of four (his lucky number), and hangs up his shirts (with all their buttons buttoned) by color. Some kids say Devon’s crazy, but he knows better—these are the tricks that keep bad things from happening, and he can’t imagine giving them up. Devon calls it “controlling things.” His doctor calls it obsessive-compulsive disorder. When Devon starts at a new school, his compulsions start to get him in trouble, and before long he realizes that his only choice is to confront his behaviors and the events that trigger them. In a compelling story of growing up different, George Harrar introduces us to a boy who just might change the way we think about “crazy.”

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