Chloe Madison tiene tres normas: Nunca beses a un cliente Nunca te enamores de un cliente Nunca te acuestes con un cliente Siempre y cuando el arrebatador multimillonario Jake Sutherland siga estas reglas, todo irá bien. Después de todo, su padre está enfermo, ella tiene que pagar las facturas del hospital y el dinero tiene que venir de algún sitio.
Le promete a su padre que dejará el trabajo, pero después del último encuentro le hacen una propuesta que podría arreglarle unos cuantos problemas. ¿Cederá y dejará aparcados sus propios sueños y metas o se mantendrá fiel a sus estrictas reglas? Esta novela corta romántico-erótica contiene escenas de sexo y es perfecta para lectores de J.S. Scott, Leona Lee y Kimberly J & Michelle L. Sólo para adultos. Hay 12 libros en la serie. Serie Contrato con un multimillonario: LIBRO 8 Sobre la autora: Janica escribe historias de amor picantes sobre hombres seductores y las atrevidas mujeres que se enamoran de ellos. Comenzó escribiendo historias con final feliz cuando era adolescente, pero recientemente ha empezado a incluir un toque picante en sus relatos y a publicarlos en Internet. Está casada con un hombre que afirma ser multimillonario por derecho propio, pero que se niega a contratar a alguien que le ayude en la cocina.
Ambos son unos yonkis digitales y trabajan todo el día codo con codo en un gran escritorio. Eh, pero mientras haya un cuenco con alubias de gominola entre ellos, todo va bien. Viven en Las Vegas con un perro pomerania que se comporta como un gato. Le encanta tener noticias de sus lectores.
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This classic history of woman's oppression is one of the first attempts to document the sad legacy of injustice and discrimination against women, which is unfortunately inseparable from the history of both Christianity and the evolution of the Western state. Beginning in the pre-Christian era, where she finds more evidence of freedom for women than in subsequent eras, pioneering women's rights advocate Matilda Joslyn Gage traces the patterns of male domination in both church and state that kept women in virtual bondage. Among the topics of her research is the medieval exaltation of celibacy as an expression of the male belief that women were unclean and the cause of original sin, the gross discrimination against women in canon law, abuse of women in the feudal system, the persecution of women as witches, the virtual slave status of wives and their almost total legal subjugation to their husbands, toleration of polygamy, the debilitating drudgery of woman's daily work, and the widespread opposition to women's education by both church and state. Perhaps the most farseeing and radical of the early feminists, Gage had the vision to realize that society's fundamental institutions had to be drastically reformed before women would begin to enjoy equal rights. Many of her concerns sound very modern: she deplored the unequal treatment of the prostitute vs. her client, the practice of non-conviction or of pardoning in rape trials, unequal pay, wife battering, the sexual abuse of female children, and many other abuses that only today are being seriously addressed. Originally published in 1893, this work was the fruit of twenty years of research and should be read by everyone who supports equality between men and women. This new edition is complemented by an introduction by renowned author, lecturer, and historical performer Sally Roesch Wagner, who helped found one of the country's first programs in women's studies. She is executive director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation.
What makes a teacher? This wonderful follow-up to the award-winning What Is A Scientist? distills teaching down to 13 qualities that are the essence of teaching -- proving in a delightful way that we are all teachers! Illustrated with photographs make each concept concrete for even the very youngest reader. An empowering book!
Shows a variety of drawings of landscapes, buildings, and architectural details, and offers advice on papers, pencils, and erasers, as well as pattern, shadow, texture, and perspective.
Teaching materials play a crucial role in teaching-learning. When these take the form of a textbook it is essential that the textbook be carefully selected to meet both external requirements and the needs of the teachers. It is also important that teachers be able to mediate between the textbook and the learners, adapting and supplementing the book as necessary. Materials Evaluation and Design for Language Teaching provides a systematic approach to the selection and subsequent evaluation of textbooks and practical advice on their adaptation and supplementation.
But it goes beyond this. For teachers who prefer to prepare their own materials rather than basing their teaching on a book there are suggestions on systematising the process of materials development and on the use of learner-generated materials.