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Once upon a time, Melanie Layton and Tennyson O'Rourke were inseparable — but their friends-4ever promises were shattered when an explosive secret was revealed at Mel's wedding, a secret that destroyed her family. The two haven't spoken for the past twenty-some-odd years, and they'd be happy if they never crossed paths again.
The last of the nine Frontier Wars fought between 17991877 was in many ways a prequel to the more famous Zulu War of 1879, featuring as it did many of the British regiments and personalities who were to fight at Isandlwana, as well as being the final defeat of the Xhosa people and their reduction to lowly workers for the colonists. This war saw conflict between the British authorities (the governor-general and the commander-in-chief) and the government of the Cape, leading to the dismissal of that government by Sir Bartle Frere, the Governor-General. This book has made extensive use of British Parliamentary Papers, official War Office dispatches and personal accounts and correspondence to tell the full story of this neglected yet fascinating episode of South African military history, which provides an insight into the origins of and attitudes of the principal figures in the following conflict with the Zulus.
Save the date for this funny and poignant novel of family, friendship, letting go, and moving on by the award-winning author of Room to Breathe. Once upon a time, Melanie Layton and Tennyson O'Rourke were inseparable--but their friends-4ever promises were shattered when an explosive secret was revealed at Mel's wedding, a secret that destroyed her family. The two haven't spoken for the past twenty-some-odd years, and they'd be happy if they never crossed paths again. But now Mel's daughter and Teeny's son have fallen in love--and announced their engagement. Which means the two women must tolerate one another and play nice long enough to plan their children's dream wedding. From the beginning, they clash. Melanie imagines a classy, elegant event, in keeping with tradition. Teeny's vision is a bit more extravagant, and thanks to her habit of marrying well, she's got the cash to plan the flashiest wedding of the season. Complicating matters are the men in their lives: Tennyson is falling for the wrong guy, and Melanie is trying to hold on to a flailing marriage. Amid the flurry of cake tastings, dress fittings, seating charts, and bridal showers, Mel and Teeny confront their past mistakes--with twenty years of pent-up drama. When the day of the wedding finally arrives, their friendship might just be something old and something new.
All’s fair in love and war…and this is war. Jason Friday’s family business has kept the grooms of Delmarva in style for over forty years. Hannah Robinson’s family has been doing the same for brides for nearly thirty. A squabble over twenty years ago turned the two families into mortal enemies. As their businesses grew, their rivalry only became more cutthroat...until Über Brides sets up shop in Rehoboth Beach. This bridal superstore chain is known for slashing prices, squeezing every drop of discounts from their vendors, and running family-owned shops out of business. The days of the Fridays and Robinsons serving the brides and grooms of Delmarva are numbered unless Jason and Hannah can band together to run Über Brides out of Rehoboth Beach. Can they manage to work together and ignore their growing attraction to each other? Or will they lose both their jobs and their families when they succumb to their desires? Wedding War is part of the Romance in Rehoboth Series. If you like your romcoms sweet, funny and semi-clean, if you enjoy a small town setting, and if you like your heroines curvy, strong, and a little bit snarky, then by the time you're done reading, you're gonna want to move to Rehoboth Beach! It's a real place--in Delaware. I know, right? Delaware has beaches and people actually go there? On purpose? I'm as surprised as you are. These books can be read in any order, but if you're one of those types... Then here ya go: Book 1: Music Man (Claire and Jack's Story) Book 2: The Flip (Sonnet and Drew's Story) Book 3: Plot Twist (Lindy and Meric's Story) Book 4: Badge Bunny (Brynne and Chris's Story) Book 5: Wedding War (Hannah and Jason's Story) Book 6: Stage Mom (Larissa and Mateo's Story) Book 7: Shark Bite (Megan and Shark's Story)
At her retirement home in Wedding Tree, Louisiana, 91 year-old Amelie O'Connor is in the habit of leaving her door open for friends. One day she receives an unexpected visitor - her late husband Jack's ex-fiance. Kat Morgan wants to know the truth behind a story that's haunted her whole life. Finding out how Amelie stole Jack's heart will - she thinks - finally bring her peace. As Amelie recalls the dark days of the Nazi occupation of Paris, The French War Bride reveals how history shapes the courses of our lives, for better or for worse.
FORBIDDEN! Something worth fighting for! Sancha's first instinct was to burn the anonymous letter. Its malicious message couldn't be true: Do you know where your husband will be tonight? Do you know who he'll be with? Sancha adored Mark now as much as when they were first married, even though family life meant that they were no longer so close. She'd never dreamed that her tough, handsome husband would fall into the arms of another woman! The battle was on—though when Sancha confronted Mark, she discovered that the physical attraction between them was as strong as ever. But she wouldn't let herself be seduced by him…. Not yet! When passion knows no reason…. FORBIDDEN!
A series of whimsical, briskly paced essays by the popular New York Times "Social Q's" columnist provides modern advice on navigating today's murky moral waters, sharing recommendations for such everyday situations as texting on the bus to splitting a dinner check. By the author of Emma's Table.
The war was supposed to be over. Tira Archer is done with killing, done with fighting. She's hung up her bow, saddled her mule, and headed for home. But children are disappearing from the peaceful village of Raven Crossing. Her search for the children brings her face to face with vicious kidnappers, goblin armies, and mercenary dwarves. A war is brewing, and not just any war. It's a war where the dead don't stay fallen. Hurt, exhausted, and sick of fighting, Tira will have to take up her bow once again. Somewhere there is a dark wizard manipulating the living and controlling the undead. Tira is saving an arrow just for him. He plans to rule the world, but he hasn't planned on Tira Archer. Keywords: Elves, goblins, adventure, war, rescue, castle, swords, sword and sorcery, high fantasy, magic, spells, dungeons and dragons, dwarves, high fantasy, epic fantasy
Book Between the Wedding and the War Description/Summary:
Between the Wedding and the War continues the true saga of two families, the northern Roosevelts and the southern Bullochs. For seven years letters flowed between the Bulloch and Roosevelt families capturing a poignant time of upheaval foreshadowed by war. The letters tell of births, deaths, love, religion, and business and follow Martha Bulloch and two of her remaining unwed children North. While stories of family journeys convey the spirit of America's expansion and growth, stories about the home front reveal two different cultures. In the midst of it all, a president is born. The first volume in this historic saga series is Mittie & Thee: An 1853 Roosevelt Romance. It contains the letters exchanged by Mittie Bulloch in Georgia and Theodore Roosevelt in New York during their courtship and the planning of their December wedding. The third volume, Divided only by Distance & Allegiance will present the war years letters and journals.
What happens when a fairytale-believing wedding planner and a jaded hot-rod builder who thinks love is nothing more than a chemical reaction end up on opposite sides of the aisle at the wedding of her best friend and his brother? A wedding war erupts. Jake Ryan will do just about anything to keep his brother from making the same mistake he made. He's convinced there won't be a wedding because he's out to stop it. Mia Briscoe's determined this will be the most spectacular wedding she's ever planned. The only problem? The groom's drop-dead gorgeous brother wants to stop the wedding. And when she discovers he's out to break up the happy couple? The battle begins. Jake and Mia have both suffered deep emotional wounds that prevent them from making lasting connections. And both are baffled by the intense feelings they bring out in each other. Can Mia teach Jake that love is something to cherish and not loathe? And if she can, will he be strong enough to bury his past so they can have a chance at a future together?
Are you a bride to be, with loads to organise and don't know where to start?You need help from The Wedding Insider! With tips and advice from people in the know about all aspects of weddings,this book can help you prepare for the wedding of your dreams.Find out the trade secrets that can get you a discounted gown, the perfect photographer to suit your style or unique entertainment for your reception.From advice about invitations to honeymoon destinations it's all in here - so take some time out from rushing around, have a glass of wine or a cuppa, put your feet up and start planning your big day!This is the full colour version of the book with colour photography throughout.
My Big, Fat, Greek Wedding meets Virgin River. Two rival families. Two competing wedding venues. One wedding of the season. Nick Katsalos has a foolproof plan to save his parents' floundering wedding venue. The last thing he expects is for Erin Patterson, the captivating daughter of his parents' biggest rival, to waltz in and charm the client who could finally get the family business back on track. Nick would be furious-if only he could stop thinking about her. When Erin and Nick enter into a wager to determine who will win the contract she prepares for the worst ... and is surprised by the glimpses of warmth she sees in the man behind the numbers. But Erin isn't about to forfeit what could be the biggest wedding of the decade to a man as cold as Nick. Especially since securing it means she could finally prove to her father she's just as capable of handling the family business as him. But as the competition heats up, Erin and Nick must decide what's more important-winning or love. Winning the Wedding War is Book 2 in Tall, Dark and Driven, the sweet, small-town contemporary romance series that readers can't get enough of. If you love sizzling chemistry, witty banter, and big ensemble casts, then you'll fall for Barbara DeLeo's irresistible stories.
Book American Quaker War Tax Resistance Description/Summary:
This book illuminates the evolution of Quaker war tax resistance in America, as told by those who resisted and those who debated the limits of the Quaker peace testimony where it applied to taxpaying. Among the writers featured in this documentary history are Isaac Sharpless, Thomas Story, William Penn, James Logan, Benjamin Franklin, John Woolman, John Churchman, James Pemberton, Joshua Evans, Anthony Benezet, Job Scott, Warner Mifflin, Timothy Davis, James Mott, Isaac Grey, Samuel Allinson, Moses Brown, Stephen B. Weeks, Rufus Hall, Gouverneur Morris, Elias Hicks, Joshua Maule, and Cyrus G. Pringle.
It's called the "Gettysburg of the West,", the battle for control of Glorieta Pass, near Santa Fe. At stake is a route to Colorado's gold and San Francisco's unblockadable sea coast, two goals that would give the Confederate States a vital edge. General H.H. Sibley's Texas Confederates are opposed by a Union army under Colonel E.R.S. Canby. Before the war, Sibley and Candby were on the same side. Now there's just no winning in this bloody battle between countrymen torn apart by money, politics, and geography. History will ignore the fate of Lieutenant Franklin of New York, Captain O'Brien of the Colorado Volunteers, Jamie Russell of San Antonio, and Miss Laura Howland, recently arrived from Boston. They will be utterly changed, however, in the cauldron of battle where the fate of Glorieta Pass--and hundreds of lives--is decided.
Two rival families. Two competing wedding venues. One wedding of the season. Nick Katsalos has a foolproof plan to save his parents' floundering wedding venue. The last thing he expects is for Erin Patterson, the captivating daughter of his parents' biggest rival, to waltz in and charm the client who could finally get the family business back on track. Nick would be furious-if only he could stop thinking about her.When Erin and Nick enter into a wager to determine who will win the contract she prepares for the worst ... and is surprised by the glimpses of warmth she sees in the man behind the numbers. But Erin isn't about to forfeit what could be the biggest wedding of the decade to a man as cold as Nick. Especially since securing it means she could finally prove to her father she's just as capable of handling the family business as him. But as the competition heats up, Erin and Nick must decide what's more important-winning or love.
Book The Three Wars of Lt. Gen. George E. Stratemeyer Description/Summary:
In this volume, we examine the challenges and opportunities created by global migration at the start of the 21st century. Our focus extends beyond economic impact to questions of international law, human rights, and social and political incorporation. We examine immigrant outcomes and policy questions at the global, national, and local levels. Our primary purpose is to connect ethical, legal, and social science scholarship from a variety of disciplines in order to raise questions and generate new insights regarding patterns of migration and the design of useful policy.While the book incorporates studies of the evolution of immigration law globally and over the very long term, as well as considerations of the magnitude and determinants of immigrant flows at the global level, it places particular emphasis on the growth of immigration to the United States in the 1990s and early 2000s and provides new insights on the complex relationships between federal and state politics and regulation, popular misconceptions about the economic and social impacts of immigration, and the status of 'undocumented' immigrants.
Book How to Not Tell a War Story Description/Summary:
HOW TO NOT TELL A WAR STORY is a collection of short stories about veterans who went to war but left without a war story to tell. Forty years after their experience, these veterans begins question if there is something more to say about their military service. Among other things, they come to appreciate the lovers, friends, and family who helped them shape a new, post-war identity. " . . . when the courage of NFL star Tillman was referred to, or Jessica Lynch was rescued, they all found themselves thinking back to their long-ago tours. Did they have stories? Maybe memory had played tricks on them, obscuring what would come to light at last. Back then, they hadn't studied forms for the narration of danger, but now, more aware, could they reshape their experience for the new era? What, after all, about their friend, Butterball?" Explore with Michael Lund the lives of these veterans who discover being in the service is not something to be edited out of a personal history, but an experience that stays in memory, not an ending but the beginning of a measure of peace, no matter how short the stint, or inglorious. Michael Lund is the author of nine novels about Route 66 and the generation that grew up in the Midwest in the 50s, including Route 66 to Vietnam: A Draftee's Story, all published by Beach House Books.