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Fifty Shades Freed
Author: E. L. James
Publisher: Random House Large Print
ISBN: 0385363141
Pages: 812
Year: 2012-06
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Even though Christian and Anastasia are now a proper couple, they still have many obstacles to overcome, including Christian's past coming back to haunt Anastasia.
Twice Freed
Author: Patricia St. John
Publisher: Christian Focus
ISBN: 1845503953
Pages: 192
Year: 2008-05-01
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Onesimus is a slave. Eirene is a rich merchant's daughter. Onesimus longs to gain his freedom and Eirene's love. However, he doesn't realize where true freedom lies. He wants nothing to do with Jesus Christ. His master, Philemon, may follow the teachings of the Christ and his apostle Paul... but Onesimus has other plans.
Author: Carly Phillips
Publisher: CP Publishing
ISBN: 1942288956
Pages: 236
Year: 2018-07-10
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He’s being paid to watch over her, which means he should keep his hands to himself. Will she forgive him when she discovers he’s been lying to her all a long? Getting paid to watch over a city girl on vacation seems too good to be true for Braden Clark. In the personal protection business, he’s used to working a lot harder for a lot less. But if some girl’s rich daddy wants to pay him, he’ll take it, no questions asked. Watching Juliette Collins blossom outside of her father’s shadow for the first time is an experience he wasn’t counting on and soon Braden’s brand of protection becomes a little too personal. He’s mixing business with pleasure and lying to a woman he cares about. After discovering her father’s secret, a family she never knew about, Juliette is eager to discover everything else she’s missed in her sheltered life—including the hot, muscular guy that seems to be everywhere she looks. But what happens when she discovers his secret? That he’s been paid to watch over her all along? A Standalone Novel
Finally Freed
Author: Tj Kechula
ISBN: 1642586501
Pages: 240
Year: 2018-05-29
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Finally Freed is the true story of a young girl under the control of a man 13 years her senior. Tammie came into this world as a child of innocence. In only a few moments that innocence was shattered and stripped away by those she trusted most. After the violent rape at age 12, she realized that love and security were sacred and only for the privileged. She did not feel privileged. She felt tainted by her rapists, who made threats against her family if she told. As her self-esteem plummeted, she was left vulnerable to a master manipulator, Kevin. He gained control over her and her parents when Tammie was only 15 years old. Ultimately, he led her far away from the ones she loved. She lived a sheltered, abusive existence for 12 long years. In that remote desert, she frequently prayed for a way of escape. Being 1500 miles from home couldn't stand in her way! She had to learn how to be a real warrior, to fight, and win that battle against him. Even through all the physical abuse, continuously scornful insults, and humiliations from Kevin, God protected her. She found comfort in God's presence. She could hear His voice when Kevin left her alone on that hill. As the winds howled past the house on that vacant lot, God never left her side. Within herself, Tammie found a unique type of calm that took anything remotely good and made it appear inconceivably beautiful. She knew that the little girl inside her, the one who Kevin took away from her family, was still there. He believed that he owned her, but the truth is he never did.
Reading, Writing, and Leaving Home
Author: Lynn Freed
Publisher: HMH
ISBN: 0547940645
Pages: 256
Year: 2006-09-05
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“In her keen-eyed and hilariously funny new book . . . novelist and memoirist Lynn Freed tells how writers deal with life’s large and little tribulations” (O, The Oprah Magazine). These eleven essays combine a memoir of an exotic life, reflections on the art and craft of writing, and a brilliant examination of the ever-complex relationship between fiction and life. “Taming the Gorgon,” an account of translating a difficult parent into fiction becomes a poignant and funny meditation on the intricate knot binding mothers and daughters. The story of a scandal created by publication, “Sex with the Servants” is an inquiry into the porous boundary between private truth and public betrayal. “Distinguished by its emotional honesty and stylish prose,” this blend of lively autobiography and inspiring wisdom puts aside all the fictional disguises and exposes the human being behind the artist (Chicago Tribune). “Lynn Freed is a beautiful writer, dead-on brilliant, rich in humor, possessing a dark and comforting wisdom.” —Anne Lamott, author of Bird by Bird “To the tiny list of necessary books for people who aspire to the writing life . . . must now be added Reading, Writing, and Leaving Home.” —Jonathan Yardley, The Washington Post Book World
The Last Laugh
Author: Lynn Freed
Publisher: Sarah Crichton Books
ISBN: 0374713677
Pages: 208
Year: 2017-07-03
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*A New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice* From the award-winning author Lynn Freed, who’s been called a “literary star” by The New York Times Book Review, comes a hilarious and brilliant new novel about the riotous, passion-filled adventures of three women who thought they were past their prime. To escape their griping grown children, husbands and lovers, and an abundance of grandchildren underfoot, three self-proclaimed “old bags,” Dania, Ruth, and Bess, head for a quiet island on the Aegean Sea. They’ll spend a year by the water—watching the sunset, eating grilled fish and fresh olives, sipping ouzo. They deserve it, they say. After all those years, the three women will finally have some peace. Except that they can’t. For one, Bess, a pampered, once-beautiful inheritress, falls swiftly into an affair with a poetry-writing taxi driver—who has, of course, a territorial wife. And Dania, a therapist, begins to receive an increasing number of cryptically menacing phone calls from a psychotic patient. An ex-lover of Ruth’s shows up unexpectedly, right before one of Bess’s does—and then the women’s children arrive, with their own demanding children in tow. As the island quickly becomes crowded, the women’s serene year in Greece devolves perilously, and uproariously, into something much more complicated. With the wit of Maria Semple’s Today Will Be Different and all the adventure of Deborah Moggach’s The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Lynn Freed’s The Last Laugh is at once wildly funny and deeply perceptive, an exuberant story of friendship and pleasure, family and love.
Author: E L James
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0385543980
Pages: 560
Year: 2017-11-28
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E L James revisits the world of Fifty Shades with a deeper and darker take on the love story that has enthralled millions of readers around the globe. Their scorching, sensual affair ended in heartbreak and recrimination, but Christian Grey cannot get Anastasia Steele out of his mind, or his blood. Determined to win her back, he tries to suppress his darkest desires and his need for complete control, and to love Ana on her own terms. But the horrors of his childhood still haunt him, and Ana’s scheming boss, Jack Hyde, clearly wants her for himself. Can Christian’s confidant and therapist, Dr. Flynn, help him face down his demons? Or will the possessiveness of Elena, his seducer, and the deranged devotion of Leila, his former submissive, drag Christian down into the past? And if Christian does win Ana back, can a man so dark and damaged ever hope to keep her?
ISBN: 0692526021
Pages: 192
Year: 2015-11-15
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Schooling the Freed People
Author: Ronald E. Butchart
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807899348
Pages: 336
Year: 2010-09-27
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Conventional wisdom holds that freedmen's education was largely the work of privileged, single white northern women motivated by evangelical beliefs and abolitionism. Backed by pathbreaking research, Ronald E. Butchart's Schooling the Freed People shatters this notion. The most comprehensive quantitative study of the origins of black education in freedom ever undertaken, this definitive book on freedmen's teachers in the South is an outstanding contribution to social history and our understanding of African American education.
Author: Herb Freed
Publisher: Bellrock Press
ISBN: 0998533904
Year: 2017-02-14
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It was a chance meeting at a film industry event. From the moment Marion hears Dan's voice, she knows--and so does he. It's bashert.But when did the course of true love ever run smooth? Dan and Marion are soon partners in business as well as life, traveling the world to create movies. He directs, she writes and edits, and life becomes an amazing adventure--until Cancun. There, among the ruins of the Mayan civilization, Marion has an eerie premonition that could change everything.
Author: Elise Marion
Publisher: Marion Press
Pages: 236
Year: 2017-12-18
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Hate divided them. Love united them. Now, war may tear them apart. Peace between Daleraia and Dinasdale was hard won, achieved at a heavy cost. Yet, the alliance of two powerful families will hold the realm of Almere together, led by the example of Gwen and Caden Maignart, whose marriage marked the beginning of the treaty and resulting efforts to men a broken kingdom once again. Ravaged lands are being restored, tumultuous relationships have found firm footing, and two clans once torn asunder by war will discover common ground. All is well as the newly-wedded couple returns to Minas Bothe to take up their seats as High Lord and Lady of Daleraia. However, a foe they counted as defeated will rise again, putting at risk everything they have fought for. New alliances are made, with battle lines clearly drawn. A war they once thought avoidable now becomes inevitable. Prepared to fight to preserve the new alliance, Caden and Gwen will find themselves at the forefront as the entire kingdom turns to them for leadership. With everything and everyone important to them in peril, can they rise to the occasion and bring a war-torn realm back together once and for all?
Motor Speech Disorders: Diagnosis & Treatment
Author: Donald Freed
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1111138273
Pages: 384
Year: 2011-11-01
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MOTOR SPEECH DISORDERS: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT, 2E offers a detailed yet streamlined introduction to motor speech disorders. The text opens with a brief historical review of motor speech disorders, providing useful context for understanding the technology and methodology modern speech-language pathologists employ for evaluation and treatment today. Without overwhelming students with complex detail, the text also provides a practical introduction to the human motor system, including the anatomy and physiology involved in motor speech disorders. A series of chapters offers an in-depth look at the six pure dysarthrias, as well as mixed dysarthria and apraxia of speech, including detailed information on etiology, characteristics, and treatment. MOTOR SPEECH DISORDERS: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT, 2E has been updated with high quality illustrations, as well as information on cutting-edge treatment procedures and current best practices. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Cinquenta tons de cinza
Author: E. L. James
Publisher: Editora Intrinseca
ISBN: 8580572193
Pages: 480
Year: 2012-08-01
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Quando Anastasia Steele entrevista o jovem empresário Christian Grey, descobre nele um homem atraente, brilhante e profundamente dominador. Ingênua e inocente, Ana se surpreende ao perceber que, a despeito da enigmática reserva de Grey, está desesperadamente atraída por ele. Incapaz de resistir à beleza discreta, à timidez e ao espírito independente de Ana, Grey admite que também a deseja — mas em seus próprios termos. Chocada e ao mesmo tempo seduzida pelas estranhas preferências de Grey, Ana hesita. Por trás da fachada de sucesso — os negócios multinacionais, a vasta fortuna, a amada família —, Grey é um homem atormentado por demônios do passado e consumido pela necessidade de controle. Quando eles embarcam num apaixonado e sensual caso de amor, Ana não só descobre mais sobre seus próprios desejos, como também sobre os segredos obscuros que Grey tenta manter escondidos...
Free At Last!
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1472502957
Pages: 224
Year: 2014-01-01
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How did freed slaves reinvent themselves after the shackles of slavery had been lifted? How were they reintegrated into society, and what was their social position and status? What contributions did they make to the society that had once - sometimes brutally - repressed them? This collection builds on recent dynamic work on Roman freedmen, the contributors drawing upon a rich and varied body of evidence - visual, literary, epigraphic and archaeological - to elucidate the impact of freed slaves on Roman society and culture amid the shadow of their former servitude. The contributions span the period between the first century BC and the early third century AD and survey the territories of the Roman Republic and Empire, while focusing on Italy and Rome.
The Servants' Quarters
Author: Lynn Freed
Publisher: HMH
ISBN: 0547393873
Pages: 256
Year: 2010-04-16
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A “beautifully told story of love and growth” set in post-WWII South Africa (Booklist). When disfigured soldier George Harding returns from the front, he moves a poor family into the servant’s quarters of his family’s South African estate, saving them from financial ruin—and initiating a series of events that will change all of their fates forever. Among the new tenants at Harding’s Rest is Cressida, a young girl haunted by phantoms of World War II and the Holocaust, and terrified by Harding’s gnarled body. Invited to the main house to help bring Harding’s hopelessly timid nephew out of his shell, Cressida makes an impression on her family’s benefactor. As she blossoms into womanhood, Cressida slowly becomes beguiled by what once repulsed her, in this strange and beautiful decades-spanning novel that “blends Dickensian musings on class with a Brontë-like love story” (San Francisco Chronicle). “Cressida, a young girl who watches those around her patch up their wounds from the war and carry on with the weight of pretense, is as observant and as wickedly truthful as any Jane Austen character.” —Amy Tan