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An Unlikely Match
Author: Sarah M. Eden
Publisher: Covenant Communications Incorporated
ISBN: 1608615669
Pages: 171
Year: 2012-01-01
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Inheriting an unexpected fortune, Englishman Nickolas Pritchard journeys toTy Mynydd, his ancestral home nestled in the untamed hills of Wales, where he falls in love with Gwen--a woman who died 400 hundred years ago.
An Unlikely Match
Author: Barbara Dunlop
Publisher: Tule Publishing
ISBN: 1944925457
Year: 2016-05-03
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Book #1 in The Match Series - from USA Today Bestselling Author Barbara Dunlop, a comedic, contemporary romance series featuring the high-tech antics of matchmaking senior citizens unleashed on their unsuspecting heirs. Morgan Holbrook has a PhD in jet propulsion, a plum research position at CalTech and a sexy, new neighbor who is way out of his league. He’s got all the confidence in the world where it comes to applied physics, but he’s never been the guy who gets the girl. Cheerleader Amelia Camden has sworn off boyfriends, focusing instead on her budding acting career. But when her nerdy, next door neighbor passes up his high school reunion, party enthusiast Amelia is determined to change his mind. Wanting his former classmates to appreciate Morgan the way she does, as a brilliant, compassionate, engaging man, she goads him into a haircut, a great suit and a pair of contact lenses. Morgan plays along with the sexy Amelia. Who wouldn’t? But when her flattery turns to flirtation, he knows it’s all part of the act.
Unlikely Match
Author: Fiona Riley
ISBN: 1626398917
Pages: 240
Year: 2017-06-20
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Shelly White is a coding genius who has mastered the IT world but hasn’t quite mastered dating. While she searches for Ms. Right with the help of Samantha Monteiro’s matchmaking agency, Shelly embraces her inner nerd, and when one of her newest ideas turns into a creative goldmine, she hires PR exec Claire Moseley to help her professional dreams become reality. But is Claire the girl of her dreams in more ways than one? Being raised by four brothers has made Claire tenacious. Her assignment to Shelly’s highprofile project focuses her desire to prove her worth, even though she secretly fears she’s out of her depth. And she absolutely, positively isn’t going to let her growing attraction to Shelly White derail her career. When passions and ambitions overlap, Shelly and Claire must decide whether mixing business and pleasure can result in a perfect match.
An Unlikely Match
Author: Cynthia Thomason
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459221605
Pages: 288
Year: 2011-11-15
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"Hogan. Jack Hogan." The cocky ex-Secret Service agent is determined to point out the security risks in this eccentric little beach town. Mayor Claire Betancourt's town. Claire is just as determined to protect Heron Point and its free-spirited citizenshowever quirky they may befrom his interference. No way are Jack's take-charge attitude and dangerous good looks going to sway her. But Claire gets a shocking reality check when her nine-year-old daughter is kidnapped and Jack is the only one who can save her. And he's surprised to discover that what started out as just a job has suddenly become very personal.
An Unlikely Match
Author: Marion Lennox
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488035695
Pages: 384
Year: 2018-10-01
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Where love is unleashed! Nikki and the Lone Wolf Nikki Morrissy is in Banksia Bay for a fresh start. Even renting half a cottage from the enigmatic and sexy Gabe Carver won’t distract her from her plans! And Gabe seems determined to maintain his lone wolf status. But when a scared and lonely dog has them literally bumping into each other, Gabe and Nikki realize they’ll have to work together. Suddenly their plans to avoid each other are crumbling around them… Misty and the Single Dad Teacher Misty Lawrence has lived her whole life in Banksia Bay, cherishing a secret list of faraway dreams. Just as she’s finally about to take flight, Nicholas Holt—tall, dark and deliciously bronzed—turns up in her classroom with his little son, Bailey, and an injured stray spaniel in tow. Now Misty must decide: follow her dreams or her heart?
An Unlikely Match
Author: Arlene James
Publisher: Steeple Hill
ISBN: 1459202473
Pages: 224
Year: 2011-05-01
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High-powered lawyer Asher Chatam has no time for love. He's far too busy with his career. Then his eccentric aunts summon him to Chatam House on urgent business. And introduce him to Ellie Monroe. The beautiful young teacher needs his help, and one look at her violet eyes and sunny smile leads Asher to take the case. Ellie's laid-back attitude is a breath of fresh air in Asher's smoggy world, and soon he realizes that man cannot live on work alone. And that even the most unlikely match can lead to true love.
Unlikely Match
Author: Debby Mayne
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 1607427028
Pages: 176
Year: 2012-11-01
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Charles Polk and his family are considering becoming Mennonite. But after living in the world all their lives, could they really live like the simple folk? Ruthie Kauffman can’t help the funny things she feels when she’s around Charles, but with all the trouble his presence is causing in the church, surely they can’t be more than friends. When disaster strikes and rumors explode into full-blown accusation, Ruthie and Charles must decide who to trust—man or God. But only God can fix this mess!
An Unlikely Match
Author: Joan Kac, Juliet Kac
ISBN: 0473169134
Pages: 147
Year: 2010
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The Survivors of Flight 387
Author: Richard John McStay
ISBN: 1728819709
Pages: 178
Year: 2018-10-15
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When flight 387 goes down due to a terrorist bomb, only two survive the crash. Richard Buchanan a mechanic from Pittsburgh is traveling to China for a job, since he is unemployable at home. Susan Ryan a Surgeon from Cleveland on the same flight is on her way to do charity work in Indonesia for a break from her controlling family and fianc
The Survivors of Flight 387
Author: Richard McStay
ISBN: 098924248X
Pages: 152
Year: 2018-10-14
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Short SynopsisSurvivors of flight 387-Ishi's SwordsSurviving a plane crash in the middle of the Pacific Rich and Susan manage to make it to a deserted island. Discovering a WW II Japanese tunnel provides many useful things; including a valuable set of ancient swords. A pirate awaits the return of his partner who is way overdue to pick up the stolen drugs they have hidden on the island. Jean spots Rich's tattoo and reveals a dark side of his life he'd rather forget and puts doubts in Susan's mind.When Jean's partner Gilly shows up eight months late, the couple is targeted. Gilly is a psyco and wants no witnesses of the drugs stolen from the Japanese Mob. Rich kills two pirates with one of the swords defending Susan and they hide out until the pirates leave. Gilly makes several more attempts after the couple launches a raft, and is rescued. With each attempt, Rich and Susan become closer and deeper in love. Bitten by a small shark while retrieving a sail from a sunken boat she fears losing him, until they receive help from a family of fishermen. Gilly's last attempt nearly kills Rich, but their whit's foil the pirates. Her skills as a surgeon are noticed while treating him and she is offered a position in Tokyo. Both overcome their former lives and allow their doubts to fade as they survive their struggles. He'd been wrongly convicted and she controlled by family. Together they made a great pair and decided to stay in Japan. When she takes on a difficult case, Rich shares the strength of swords with a badly disfigured little girl. His simple act of compassion was enough to erase any final doubts she had.
Her Unlikely Family
Author: Missy Tippens
Publisher: Steeple Hill
ISBN: 1426813007
Pages: 224
Year: 2008-02-01
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Add One Rebellious Teenager Try To Mix Take responsibility for his orphaned niece, yes. Raise her himself, no. A good boarding school was what the girl needed, not an uncle who was never home. But then Michael Throckmorton's niece ran away. And the big-hearted, beautiful diner waitress who'd taken her in wasn't letting her go so easily. Josie Miller had a few conditions for Michael. Oddly enough, he was willing to listen. Yet days later, why wasn't he hauling the teen back to school and himself back to the city? Could it be that an unlikely family was forming?
The Kite Runner
Author: Khaled Hosseini
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408803720
Pages: 352
Year: 2009-02-24
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The first of the defeated kites whirled out of control. They fell from the sky like shooting stars with brilliant, rippling tails, showering the neighbourhood. Amir and Hassan grow up together in Kabul. Amir in the beautiful house his father built, filled with marble, gold, tapestries and mosaics; Hassan in the modest mud hut in the servants' quarters. The two are inseparable, and when twelve-year-old Amir is desperate to win the local kite-fighting tournament, his loyal friend promises to help him. But neither boy can predict what will happen to Hassan that afternoon – as the kites soar over the city – and how it will change their lives forever.
How Did I Get Here
Author: Tony Hawk, Pat Hawk
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 047063149X
Pages: 272
Year: 2010-10-04
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The most famous skateboarder ever shares the business secrets to his success! He's the man who put skateboarding on the map. He's the first to land a 900 (two and a half full rotations). He's also among the richest pitchmen in any sport. And, in a sport that's especially youth-oriented, Tony Hawk, a 40-something father of four, still connects with his audience by staying true to who he is. Moving easily between the ramp and the boardroom, Tony currently runs one of the most acclaimed action sports companies, a clothing line, and video game series bearing his name that has sold over $1 billion worldwide, making it the biggest selling action sports game franchise in game history. He has secured endorsement deals with major brands such as McDonalds, Intel, T-Mobile and Kohl's; started the Boom Boom HuckJam action sports tour; and achieved worldwide acclaim from the ESPN X Games. Filled with Tony's typical modesty and humor, How Did I Get Here? tells the amazing story behind Tony Hawk's unprecedented success from skateboarder to CEO, and the secrets behind his lasting appeal. You'll find out how authenticity has served him well in all his achievements. You'll also understand how his story has shaped many of his fundamental values, including his huge desire to win and his strong sense of realism. Get the inside story of Tony Hawk beyond the skateboard as he answers the question: How Did I Get Here?
Author: Richard Gwyn
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1632201283
Pages: 480
Year: 2015-02-17
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“A masterpiece of political reporting” and an inspiring, astonishing biography of Joey Smallwood, a man who changed the face of Canada forever (Saturday Night). In 1949, ten years before Alaska and Hawaii joined the United States, the dominion of Newfoundland was at a crossroads. Should they join as America’s 49th state, maintain ties with Great Britain, or join Canada? Joey Smallwood, a well-known radio personality, writer and organizer, led a spirited campaign in favor of joining Canada. In a controversial vote, Newfoundlanders went with Smallwood, and the boundaries of Canada as we know them today were established. The first premier of Newfoundland, Smallwood continued in that position virtually unchallenged for twenty-three years. A one-time pig farmer and ardent socialist-turned-union-buster, Smallwood’s political experience was checkered at best. But with insatiable ambition and unerring political instincts, he successfully imposed his will over compliant colleagues and weak opposition. Governing his island province with nearly despotic power and fostering corruption on a grand scale, Smallwood’s eventual fall from grace was an epic event in Canadian politics. Taken from interviews with Smallwood himself, and with his subject’s approval, Richard Gwyn has crafted “a classic work of biography . . . as artfully told and as entertaining as most novels” (Wayne Johnston, author of The Colony of Unrequited Dreams).
An unlikely countess
Author: Louise Carpenter
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Pages: 292
Year: 2004
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In 1916, a girl named Lily was born into a working class family in Duns, in the Borders region of Scotland. She became determined to escape, both from the small-town gossip and from her terrifying mother, who thought Lily was born only to serve. Lily could not have predicted that her flight would eventually lead her to the heart of the Scottish establishment. Her eccentric and at times self-destructive nature shaped every decision she made, and her life became increasingly rackety. In 1975, living in Edinburgh as a self-styled dealer in porcelain dolls, with two failed marriages and four sons (one adopted) to her name, not to mention posts as a housekeeper and a boarding house owner, she met Randolph Stewart, the future 13th Earl of Galloway. On the surface, Randolph's aristocratic childhood could not have seemed more different. His was a world of great privilege, emotional restraint and overwhelming expectation. As an adolescent he had been diagnosed with schizophrenia and, as a young man, lobotomised. Much of the rest of his life had been spent hidden away, either in a mental institution or with a religious order of monks. But a curious bond formed between Lily and Randolph, and an even more curious marriage followed, beginning a deep family feud that was played out in newspaper headlines.