When Ethan is called home for an unexpected wedding, all he can think about is the well-meaning women in his life trying to set him up with someone that will entice him to move back Texas. Settle down and get married and live a nice quiet life. Which is why he ends up asking Spencer, his best friend and roommate, to go as his date. Never mind that they aren’t dating, that Spence is definitely not interested in dating—his sisters have heard enough about him over the years that they might buy it.
A week at home, pretending to date a guy he’s been in love with for three years? What could possibly go wrong?
Dunia Nabari mulai mengalami perubahan besar saat semua orang yang terlibat dengan kejadian 10 tahun lalu mengalami hilang ingatan. Namun, ada seorang laki-laki yang menyimpan ingatan tentang kejadian itu di dalam hatinya, yaitu Tobari Kumohira Durandal. Kenyataan di balik kejadian 10 tahun lalu yang akan diceritakannya pada Miharu dkk akan mengubah semua pergerakan yang ada di dunia Nabari. Kejadian seperti apakah yang terjadi 10 tahun lalu!? Dan apakah Miharu bisa menerima kenyataan di balik kejadian itu!?
WEIRD SCIENCE FICTION TALES Volume 7 contains 101 classic stories of outer space, aliens, invasions, bizarre happenings and much more. May of these stories are from the pages of Galaxy, If, and other classic magazines which brought the work of masters like Randall Garrett, H. Beam Piper, Philip K. Dick, Andre Norton, James Schmitz, and many others to the public for the first time. Includes an active table of contents.
Shortly after the Revolution, new waves of settlers came from the Hudson Valley and New England to the hills and woodlands of Central New York. This charming book contains extensive boyhood reminiscences from the out-of-print autobiographies of two men who grew up in the Cooper Country during the frontier period. Levi Beardsley came to Otsego County in 1790; Henry Wright came ten years later. These men give us memorable descriptions of bear hunts, clearing the forests and building log houses, eccentric clergymen and a drunken schoolmaster, cruelties and kindnesses, bees and dances, witches and Indians, and politics and religion.
In Our Southern Breeze, Daphene Jones tells the story about her life as the twin sister of Deborah Hall of "Same Kind of Different as Me".
She knew Deborah like no one else could. And the story she tells is like no other story. At the Anaheim Vineyard conference in 1990, God promised to send a southern breeze over Deborah and Daphene. Neither of them could have imagined what that would look like or how many other people would eventually be touched by the promised breeze. This is their story of overcoming even the darkest times of life through redemption, forgiveness, and second chances. As she shares her heart through this story, her prayer is that God will heal the deep hurts that many are carrying. What she kept hearing as she worked on this book is that God is a God of Second Chances.