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Take an Earl, Add a Quaker, and Stir (Regency Recipes for Romance...
by Elizabeth Moss

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English

Pages

157

Publication Date

August 18, 2017

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<em><strong>Dominic is an Earl. Sabine is a Quaker. Never the twain shall meet, right? </strong></em><br /><br />Wrong!<br /><br />Only it seems the frank and beautiful Miss Sabine Leadbetter has eyes only for Dominic's younger brother, Edward. <br /><br />Should Dominic warn her about his brother's rakish ways, or is it too late? Too late not to fall ever so slightly in love with Sabine himself, that is, despite her pointed lack of interest. <br /><br />But perhaps they can still be ... "Friends".<br /><br /><strong>A sweetly rollicking Regency romance novella, first in a new series from from Elizabeth Moss, author of popular historical romances including WOLF BRIDE and US bestseller THE EARL AND HIS TIGER.</strong><br /><br />
Georgia On His Mind (Hope Valley Book 1)
by Belle Calhoune

Language

English

Pages

143

Publication Date

August 18, 2017

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Hope Valley is a tight knit town nestled in the hills of Colorado. Known for its beautiful apple orchards, it is the home of the Hope Valley Cider Company, owned by the town’s founding family, the wealthy Somers family. With faith, friendship and family, the residents of Hope Valley strive to live the best life possible. <br />Georgia Ballou: Born and raised in Hope Valley, Georgia has never quite recovered from losing the love of her life, Riley Somers. Almost four years ago, Riley ended their five-year relationship rather than commit to marriage and children. Devastated, Georgia tries to move past her disappointment, but she has never quite gotten over Riley. Now, Riley has returned to town, with secrets he’s keeping close to the vest. <br />Riley Somers: A member of one of Hope Valley’s most prestigious families, Riley returns to Hope Valley after being away for several years. He harbors deep regrets about ending things with his former girlfriend and he wants to move back to town to head the family business. Although he feels that he may have let “the one” slip through his fingers, Riley has grown and matured over the past few years. If there’s a chance he can win back Georgia’s heart, Riley will seize the opportunity of a lifetime. <br /><br /><br />
Guts (& Glory) of Small Groups: A KidMin Leader's Guide to Creati...
by Gina McClain

Language

English

Pages

72

Publication Date

August 19, 2017

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What if you could create a dynamic in your small groups that encourages families to connect more consistently? What if you could make connecting in small groups easier for kids and volunteers? This book helps Children's Ministry leaders create a framework, lead through change and establish a system to create consistent small groups for kids.
Believing Bible Study
by Edward F. Hills

Language

English

Pages

463

Publication Date

August 20, 2017

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The title of this book flows from the principle that we must first believe the origin and preservation of God's Word before we can accurately study its contents and application. If God's Word really "is truth" (Jn. 17:17), and if truth is absolute, then such truth must have been unambiguously preserved.
Praying for Rayne (North Dakota Weddings Book 3)
by Elizabeth Goddard

Language

English

Pages

159

Publication Date

August 19, 2017

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Rayne’s job designing and choreographing magnificent fountains is a dream come true—so why does it seem that no one who says they love her can understand her need to create, to express the beauty she sees? When Jack comes to FountainTech to manage its team of creative designers, he is amazed at the high level of talent he finds there. Expecting to challenge his team, he soon finds his own ideas being challenged, too—professionally and personally.
One Hundred Proofs that the Earth is Not a Globe.
by William Boyd Carpenter

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English

Pages

76

Publication Date

August 19, 2017

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“Parallax,” the Founder of the Zetetic Philosophy, is dead; and it now becomes the duty of those, especially, who knew him personally and who labored with him in the cause of Truth against Error, to begin, anew, the work which is left in their hands. Dr. Samuel B. Rowbotham finished his earthly labours, in England, the country of his birth, December 23, 1884, at the age of 89. He was, certainly, one of the most gifted of men: and though his labours as a public lecturer were confined within the limits of the British Islands his published work is known all over the world and is destined to live and be republished when books on the now popular system of philosophy will be considered in no other light than as bundles of waste paper. For several years did “Parallax” spread a knowledge of the facts which form the basis of his system without the slightest recognition from the newspaper press until, in January, 1849, the people were informed by the “Wilts Independent” that lectures had been delivered by “a gentleman adopting the name of ‘Parallax,’ to prove modern astronomy unreasonable and contradictory,” that “great skill” was shown by the lecturer, and that he proved himself to be “thoroughly acquainted with the subject in all its bearings.” Such was the beginning—the end will not be so easily described. The Truth will always find advocates—men who care not a snap of their fingers for the mere opinion of the world, whatever form it may take, whilst they know that they are the masters of the situation and that Reason is King! In 1867, “Parallax” was described as “a paragon of courtesy, good temper, and masterly skill in debate.” The author of the following hastily-gotten-up pages is proud of having spent many a pleasant hour in the company of Samuel Birley Rowbotham.<br />A complete sketch of the “Zetetic Philosophy” is impossible in a small pamphlet; and many things necessarily remain unsaid which, perhaps, should have been touched upon, but which would to some extent have interfered with the plan laid down—the bringing together, in a concise form, “One Hundred Proofs that the Earth is not a Globe.” Much may be gathered, indirectly, from the arguments in these pages, as to the real nature of the Earth on which we live and of the heavenly bodies which were created FOR US. The reader is requested to be patient in this matter and not expect a whole flood of light to burst in upon him at once, through the dense clouds of opposition and prejudice which hang all around. Old ideas have to be gotten rid of, by some people, before they can entertain the new; and this will especially be the case in the matter of the Sun, about which we are taught, by Mr. Proctor, as follows: “The globe of the Sun is so much larger than that of the Earth that no less than 1,250,000 globes as large as the Earth would be wanted to make up together a globe as large as the Sun.” Whereas, we know that, as it is demonstrated that the Sun moves round over the Earth, its size is proportionately less. We can then easily understand that Day and Night, and the Seasons are brought about by his daily circuits round in a course concentric with the North, diminishing in their extent to the end of June, and increasing until the end of December, the equatorial region being the area covered by the Sun’s mean motion. If, then, these pages serve but to arouse the spirit of enquiry, the author will be satisfied. The right hand of fellowship in this good work is extended, in turn, to Mr. J. Lindgren, 90 South First Street, Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y., Mr. M. C. Flanders, lecturer, Kendall, Orleans County, N. Y., and to Mr. John Hampden, editor of “Parallax” (a new journal), Cosmos House, Balham, Surrey, England.
Mail Order Bride: Twice as Nice (Orphans of Albany Series Book 7...
by Katie Wyatt

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English

Pages

57

Publication Date

August 20, 2017

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<h3><b>American Mail order Brides of the West, historically inspired clean and wholesome Short story Romance.</b></h3><p><b>From the Bestselling Author Katie Wyatt!</b></p><p><b>Always FREE on Kindle Unlimited or Amazon Prime</b></p><p>San Francisco, 1881</p><p>The twins, Vivian and Leigh, are nervously awaiting the moment they will meet their beaus, Jedidiah and Joseph Jones, and finally become brides.</p><p><b>What will Jedidiah and Joseph think when they first meet their plain wives?</b></p><p><b>What startling surprise does Mandy have for the girls?</b></p><p><b>And are Vivian and Leigh prepared for the news their husbands have for them?</b></p><p></p><p>The loud and outgoing twins are about to meet their match. Will their twin beaus be up to the challenge of these two rambunctious girls?</p><p>Join the seven orphans in San Francisco as they take the next few exciting steps in their ever-changing, ever-loving lives as they learn more about their new husbands and their own selves</p><p><b>Orphans of Albany Series</b></p><p><b></b>Book 1 An Uncertain Beginning</p><p>Book 2 The Way to His Heart</p><p>Book 3 A Delicate Touch</p><p>Book 4 Homespun</p><p>Book 5 A Musical Interlude</p><p>Book 6 Song of The Heart</p><p>Book 7 Twice as Nice</p><p>Book 8 Sweet Epiphany</p><p><b><br /></b><b><br />....“a story of hope, fear, romance, suspense and true love.”....</b></p><p></p><p>Katie Wyatt:</p><p><b>#1 Best Seller in New Release Romance</b><br /><b>#1 Best Seller in 90 Minute Short Reads</b><br /><b>#1 Best Seller in Western & Frontier Christian Romance</b><br /><b>#1 Best Seller in Christian Westerns</b><br /><b>#1 Best Seller in Historical</b><br /><b>#1 Best Seller in Collections & Anthologies</b><br /><b>#1 Best Seller in Teen & Young Adult</b><br /><b>#1 Best Seller in Religion & Spirituality</b><br /><b>#1 Best Seller in Children's Christian Books</b><br /><b>#1 Best Seller in Frontier & Pioneer Western Fiction</b><b> </b></p><p><b>ALWAYS FREE</b> on Kindle Unlimited or Amazon Prime</p><p><i><b>Katie Wyatt’s Clean and Wholesome novel American mail order bride historical Western book romance series is enjoyable for all ages.</b></i></p>
Winning The Battles of Life Through Prayers: 21 Days Devotional &...
by Samson Olasoju

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English

Pages

108

Publication Date

August 19, 2017

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This powerful prayer manual consist of real practical approach prayer points as released from the throne of Almighty; to deal with the devil and his principalities.<br /><br />You've tried it your way and failed. Don't give up! Choose to stay in the game and see how God even takes our mistakes and builds them into our greatest victories.<br /><br />How many times have we heard this one: “It doesn't matter if you win or lose its how you play the game that counts?” Some of us realized winning meant a lot when we noticed that the guys who got the girls were the ones who won the starting positions on the team. Even if how they played the game was anything but nice, they still won and got the girls.<br /><br />Go out in life thinking that winning does not matter and you will be very disappointed. Winning matters a lot. Winners get the best stuff. The world talks about and celebrates winners, while it shuns the loser who seems to not have what it takes or has it for a while and then loses it. The winners are the ones that count.<br /><br />This book is a guide for your spiritual release. Follow all steps compiled in it, sure, you will have testimony. SHALOM!
Ben-Hur
by Lewis Wallace

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English

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Publication Date

August 20, 2017

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Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ is a novel by Lew Wallace published on November 12, 1880 by Harper & Brothers. Wallace's work is part of an important sub-genre of historical fiction set among the characters of the New Testament. The novel was a phenomenal best-seller; it soon surpassed Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852) as the best-selling American novel and retained this distinction until the 1936 publication of Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind.<br /><br />The central character is Judah, prince of the Hebrew house of Hur. Judah grows up in Jerusalem, during the turbulent years around the birth of Christ. His best friend is Messala, a Roman. As adults Judah and Messala become rivals, each hating the other, which leads to Judah's downfall and eventual triumph. Elements of the story include leprosy, naval battles among galleys, the Roman hippodrome, Roman adoption, Magus Balthasar, the Arab sheikh Ilderim.
Setup in Savannah: A Made in Savannah Cozy Mystery (Made in Savan...
by Hope Callaghan

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English

Pages

172

Publication Date

August 16, 2017

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<h2>“Setup in Savannah” is Book 7 in the Made in Savannah Cozy Mysteries Series</h2><br /><br /><b>BONUS: RECIPE INCLUDED! </b><br /><br />When Mercedes Garlucci is setup for a murder she didn’t commit, she and her family must track down the real killer before their mafia past is exposed.<br />--------------------------------------------------------<br />Carlita Garlucci is thrilled that her daughter-in-law and grandchildren have arrived in Savannah for their first visit. She secretly hopes that they will fall in love with the area and decide to move to the beautiful city, bringing her that much closer to fulfilling her late husband’s dying wish.<br /><br />The family is on their way and Carlita is anxiously awaiting their arrival when she receives an urgent phone call from her daughter, Mercedes, who is in the riverfront district, where she was planning to meet another author to discuss a cold case murder.<br /><br />When Mercedes arrives at the meeting place, she finds the author’s body lying on the ground. As investigators begin to delve into the man’s death, they begin uncovering clues, and they’re pointing right at Mercedes.<br /><br />Mercedes, her family and friends begin an investigation of their own and quickly realize someone close to Mercedes has set her up. Can they track down the killer before the cops delve into the Garlucci family history, putting all of them at risk?<br />

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