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The Miner's Wife By Maren Smith
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Mudhole Mill was a ramshackle mining town situated in the middle of absolutely nowhere, and the last thing Cody expected to buy there was a wife. And yet, when he saw that passing missionary... More > auctioning off his daughter for enough money to keep on traveling, Cody couldn't help but join the bidding. Who'd have thought he'd win a bride? What's more, who'd have thought that quiet, skinny girl in the back of her daddy's wagon would turn into the same bold as brass woman he found himself confronted with the first time he tried to enter his own tent and ran straight into the business end of a pistol. Oh yes, Dulcie was a fiery woman. But after so many cold and lonely nights, a little bit of heat was a welcome thing. And besides, any time Dulcie got a little too big for her britches, well, Cody knew how to take her back down a peg. A man didn't get to be his age without learning how to light of a few fires of his own--ones that would burn beneath the seat of her skirts and for a good, long time!< Less
The Miner's Wife By Maren Smith
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Mudhole Mill was a ramshackle mining town situated in the middle of absolutely nowhere, and the last thing Cody expected to buy there was a wife. And yet, when he saw that passing missionary... More > auctioning off his daughter for enough money to keep on traveling, Cody couldn't help but join the bidding. Who'd have thought he'd win a bride? What's more, who'd have thought that quiet, skinny girl in the back of her daddy's wagon would turn into the same bold as brass woman he found himself confronted with the first time he tried to enter his own tent and ran straight into the business end of a pistol. Oh yes, Dulcie was a fiery woman. But after so many cold and lonely nights, a little bit of heat was a welcome thing. And besides, any time Dulcie got a little too big for her britches, well, Cody knew how to take her back down a peg. A man didn't get to be his age without learning how to light of a few fires of his own--ones that would burn beneath the seat of her skirts and for a good, long time!< Less
The Gingerbread Wife By Sarah Vincent
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‘This is a writer triumphantly in control of her material, of her style, and of her ideas.’ Linda Grant – Orange Prize Winner and Booker Prize shortlisted author. ‘In the... More > magic realist tradition: a cross between Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Chiropractors Monthly.’ Mario Petrucci – award winning poet. In this award-winning collection of short-stories from Sarah Vincent, nothing is quite what it seems. A mixture of magic-realism and the traditional ghost story, these are the landscapes of the imagination. A farmer sends his wife to have her back fixed at the bone-man’s mansion only to find his ploy backfires. A young mother struggles with a ghostly rival for her child’s affections, and a man who buys himself a beautiful San Salvadorian wife gets more than he bargained for. The stories in this collection have been short-listed for awards such as the Asham Award, and published in anthologies and magazines such as Best New Horror, Momaya Review, and Mslexia, among others.< Less
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The Fisherman and His Wife (Illustrated) By Brothers Grimm, Blago Kirof - Illustrations
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TThe Fisherman and his Wife is Fairy tale by The Brothers Grimm, translated by Margaret Hunt in 1884. There once was a poor fisherman who lived with his wife in a hovel by the sea. One day the... More > fisherman catches a golden flounder who claims to be an enchanted prince. The fisherman kindly releases it. When his wife hears the story, she says he ought to have had the flounder grant him a wish. Ilsebill tells him to go back and ask the flounder to grant her wish for a nice house. The fisherman returns to the shore but is uneasy when he finds that the sea seems to be turning dark when it was so clear before. He makes up a rhyme to summon the flounder, and it grants the wife's wish. However, the wife gets greedy and makes increasingly outrageous demands: a castle so she can become queen, then empress and finally pope. But wife goes too far when she wishes to become equal to God. The flounder revokes everything it granted. This children's e-book is fully illustrated all-color.< Less
Back Home By Brajendra KJ
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This book about Harpreet, a woman who is second wife of retired army colonel. Colonel is killed by goons hired by a realtor with high political connections. Harpreet joins active politics and gets... More > frustrated to find same realtor active with new government. Her family is reduced to family of her devoted maid. She finally settles in her home to spend days happily. It's a fiction having elements of poor set up of modern society.< Less
BACK IN TIME By CATHY DICKENS BAILEY
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When Abigail Biltmore; jilted wife of a former playboy congressman wakes up in an ancient era; 1900, she is greeted by a perfect southern gentleman. Once the belle of the prestigious town;... More > Ballantyne Abigail is forced to make many life changes. Brian Weatherly, heir to a billion dollar land company, offers an antique broach on Christmas morning; one passed down through the Weatherly family;an heirloom that must be given to the one, deserving woman he chooses as his wife. One stick of the pin spirals Abigail back in time. There she falls quickly for the charming Quintin Weatherly; the pioneer to the family fortune. When she is forced from an era and the one man she deeply loves, she must rely on a book of poems she left behind in the year 1900. There's only one key to getting back home; her great great grandson; Brian Weatherly.< Less
Looking Back By Shirley Burke Oaks
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I will never forget the look on my brother’s face when that crazy monkey came flying through the air and landed on his chest! All of a sudden the only thing Paul saw was four long hairy legs... More > with a set of sharp fangs sailing through the air straight at him! However, I still think the Skunk story outdoes that one or maybe, “The Train” was paramount. No matter what, Johny thought to himself I have to get my sorry butt up and get this stuff on paper before I get distracted by life again. “Looking Back” is actually a story written by Shelly Owens-McKinney. It is about her favorite person in the entire world, her Uncle Johny. He is ninety-three years, eleven months and twenty nine days old. This will be his last day, but before he goes, he gives Shelly so many memories that she will carry on to the next generation. There are so many beautiful recollections over the years. Johny fiercely misses Rebecca, his wife and longs to be with her.< Less
Welcome Back By Carl Monks
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In this, the fourth book in the 'Bryndle Folk' series, onw or two of our friends are heading for life changing times.For one thing, PC Frank Foster is getting married, and for another,Sergeant Ted... More > Williams will be fighting for his life, after falling into the old mill stream, with the mill wheel itself only yards away, an experience which prompts him to considerr early retirement. then, Tom Baxter and his wife Jane are about to have their lives turned upside down, when they bring their two month-old baby, John home from hospiotal after being borne prematurely. And then there's... I won't spoil it for you. there's plenty here to keep you occupied.< Less