A USA Today Bestseller! New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Grace Burrowes continues her True Gentlemen Regency series in this enchanting "accidentally in love" romance It's a dog's life... Will Dorning, as an earl's spare, has accepted the thankless duty of managing his rambunctious younger siblings, though Will's only true companions are the dogs he's treasured since boyhood. When aristocratic London is plagued with a series of dognappings, Will's brothers are convinced that he's the only person who can save the stolen canines from an awful fate. But the lady's choice... Shy, bookish Lady Susannah Haddonfield has no patience with loud, smelly beasts of any species, but must appear to like dogs so as not to offend her sister's only marital prospect. Susannah turns to Will, an acquaintance from her most awkward adolescent years, to teach her how to impersonate a dog fancier. Will has long admired Susannah, though he lacks the means to offer for her, and yet as they work together to rescue the purloined pets, it's loyal, dashing Will who steals Susannah's heart. True Gentlemen series: Tremaine's True Love (Book 1) Daniels' True Desire (Book 2) Will's True Wish (Book 3) Praise for Tremaine's True Love: [A] fast-paced love story with nuances of humor and poignancy, astute dialogue, passion and sensuality".-RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 Stars, Top Pick! "Burrowes's first True Gentlemen Regency is as thoughtful as it is romantic...The protagonists are brilliantly drawn, with plenty of romantic drama and witty repartee." -Publishers Weekly
Japanese moon astrology and the secrets to finding success, happiness and the favour of the universe
Publisher: Random House
'Keiko's method can help people to make their dreams a reality' Marie Kondo 'A life-changing guide to the lunar cycle' Harmony Nice Discover how to summon the energy of the universe to make your dreams come true with this bestselling guide to a powerful method by Japan's leading astrologer. A million-copy bestselling author in Japan, Keiko is now sharing her secrets with the world. The Moon, according to Keiko is the Earth’s only natural satellite, a presence that connects us to the Universe. In The Power Wish she introduces her powerful method to releasing and realizing your wishes, using the timing of the New Moon and the Full Moon, when cosmic power reaches its peak. With examples and guidelines for every Zodiac sign, this enchanting book shows you how to plant the seeds of possibility, summon the energy of the universe and find the love, happiness and success you've always wanted.
At the start of a new year, Joe Adams, a middle-aged man, who has a humble, affectionate and romantic personality decide to find a partner with a similar mood and character for the remainder of his life. Meanwhile, he become familiar with Annie, a beautiful and lovely lady but with a different personality. Joe is looking for his father and mother's dream, but in order to keep his relationship with Annie, he has to totally ignore of all his true faith and beliefs. During these times, several painful events occur that completely change his life. In fact this story is about the struggle between human values and selfishness.
From bestselling author and master storyteller David Baldacci, Wish You Well is a dramatic and enthralling tale of family unity in the face of adversity. Tragedy strikes the New York-based Cardinal family when their car is involved in a terrible accident. Twelve-year-old Lou and seven-year-old Oz survive, but the crash leaves their father dead and their mother in a coma. It would seem their world has been shattered forever until their great-grandmother, Louisa Mae, agrees to raise the children on her Virginia mountain farm. But before long their rural idyll is threatened by the discovery of natural gas on the mountain. Determined to protect her home from the ravages of big business, Louisa Mae refuses to sell, but when the neighbours hear of the potential wealth the company could bring, they begin to turn against her. And now the Cardinal family find themselves ensnared in another battle, to be played out in a crowded Virginia courtroom: a battle for justice, for survival, and for the right to stay together in the only place they know as home. Filled with both rich humour and desperate poignancy, Wish You Well is a tale of family, faith, humanity and prejudice, set against the magical backdrop of the Virginia high rock.
A man consumed by grief ... Sam Jenkins still hasn’t come to terms with his wife’s death, but he can't build his ranch in the Texas wilderness and care for three children alone. He has only one heart-breaking choice – send his children away until he can provide for them properly. A woman desperate for a family ... A tragic accident changed Emma Witherspoon’s life. Now, she has accepted the fact that she will never have a husband and children of her own, but that doesn't ease the ache in her heart. A proposition ... When Emma offers Sam a marriage of convenience, neither of them can foresee the changes that will make their lives – and their relationship – anything but ‘convenient’.
'I wish I could get a seat on the tube... I hadn’t eaten that entire bag of Maltesers... I could meet a man whose hobbies include washing up and monogamy...’ Heather Hamilton is always wishing for things. Not just big stuff - like world peace or for a date with Brad Pitt - but little, everyday wishes, made without thinking. With her luck, she knows they’ll never come true... Until one day she buys some heather from a gypsy. Suddenly the bad hair days stop; a handsome American answers her ad for a housemate; and she starts seeing James - The Perfect Man who sends her flowers, excels in the bedroom, and isn’t afraid to say ‘I love you’... But are these wishes-come-true a blessing or a curse? And is there such a thing as too much foreplay?
Grace hates her best friend Ryan for stealing the guy Grace has a crush on and then making out with him at Grace's birthday party. When it's time to blow out the candles and make a wish, Grace keeps it simple: she wishes Ryan would die. But birthday wishes don't really come true, right? The Birthday Wish is a young adult short story with paranormal/ supernatural elements (4,240 words in length). There is profanity in this short story. Keywords: young adult, ya, teen, birthday, wish, paranormal, supernatural, fairy, death, best friends
When a sinister old woman leaves Griffin Penshine a box of twelve shiny pennies, she sets in motion a desperate quest—because the old woman was a wish stealer, and each penny represents a wish she stole from a wishing fountain decades earlier. Somehow, Griffin has to make things right, or the opposite of her own wishes will come true—and it could literally be a matter of life and death. The Wish Stealers introduces a new voice in middle-grade fantasy, as bright and sparkling as Griffin’s pennies.