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Fate Book 1

Author : T. L. Anthony
ISBN : 9781370201969
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Fate - Book one in the Dirty South Series Three long time friends go to New Orleans to celebrate a bachelorette party and soon decide to take a handsome stranger up on his offer to join him on his balcony overlooking Bourbon Street. What starts out as an innocent invitation quickly becomes a fire that cannot be put out. If you are looking for a steamy read, then this is the book for you!

Path Of Fate

Author : Diana Pharaoh Francis
ISBN : 0451459504
Genre : Fiction
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Refusing to fulfill her destiny as one of the Lady's ahalad-kaaslanes, a servant whose soul is bonded with one of Her blessed animals, Riesil soon learns that her decision has profoundly affected the entire kingdom of Kodu Riik. Original.

The Fate Of Destiny The Fates Book 1

Author : Danielle Bourdon
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Up until three days before her eighteenth birthday, Farris Landry's life fit neatly into three categories: consuming, troublesome and downright tricky. Consuming because of the unnatural passion (obsession) she had for writing 'stories'. Troublesome for the mother who descended into the realm of the insane right before her eyes. Tricky when she found herself on her own, forced to carve out an existence by the skin of her teeth. Farris quickly discovers that consuming-troubling-tricky is nothing compared to the Chaos that ensues after a visit to her grandmother. Determined to go on with her life, Farris finds out the hard way that sometimes, Fate has other ideas. In the blink of an eye, her life gets turned upside down: a tornado rips through town, her loft catches fire, and an explosion decimates her workplace. A stranger, Emerson Ferrera, inserts himself into the violence, becoming guardian and protector. Farris begins to suspect her grandmother's warning of impending death might be more serious than she thought. Tragedy and betrayal follow, throwing Farris into a tailspin. Will she be able to trust the stranger she's become close to, or will his deception tear them apart?

All I Want For Christmas Is You Book 1 Of Fate With A Helping Hand Holiday Romance

Author : Lisa Mondello
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Get into Christmas with this popular Contemporary Holiday Romance - ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU by USA Today Bestselling author Lisa Mondello BOOK 1 in Fate with a Helping Hand Series Sometimes fate needs a little hand... Santa Claus is going to have a rough season... Lauren Alexander is raising her daughter alone. Abandoned by her family for her decision to keep her daughter Kristen, she has done a pretty good job for the last six years. Or she thought she had. That's why she is crushed when little Kristen gives up her wish for a toy or goodie and instead asks Santa for a present for her mother. She wants Santa to bring a Daddy. Delivering Daddies isn't Santa's bag. But this Santa has a plan... Kyle Preston knows what it is like to be abandoned too. Luckily he found the support of loving adoptive parents and has turned himself into one of the most successful Real Estate developers in town. Building a house is easy. Building someone's trust is a whole other story. But with a little helping hand, a little Christmas magic can make all the difference in the world.

The Political Brain

Author : Drew Westen
ISBN : 9781586485993
Genre : Political Science
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The Political Brain is a groundbreaking investigation into the role of emotion in determining the political life of the nation. For two decades Drew Westen, professor of psychology and psychiatry at Emory University, has explored a theory of the mind that differs substantially from the more "dispassionate" notions held by most cognitive psychologists, political scientists, and economists—and Democratic campaign strategists. The idea of the mind as a cool calculator that makes decisions by weighing the evidence bears no relation to how the brain actually works. When political candidates assume voters dispassionately make decisions based on "the issues," they lose. That's why only one Democrat has been re-elected to the presidency since Franklin Roosevelt—and only one Republican has failed in that quest. In politics, when reason and emotion collide, emotion invariably wins. Elections are decided in the marketplace of emotions, a marketplace filled with values, images, analogies, moral sentiments, and moving oratory, in which logic plays only a supporting role. Westen shows, through a whistle-stop journey through the evolution of the passionate brain and a bravura tour through fifty years of American presidential and national elections, why campaigns succeed and fail. The evidence is overwhelming that three things determine how people vote, in this order: their feelings toward the parties and their principles, their feelings toward the candidates, and, if they haven't decided by then, their feelings toward the candidates' policy positions. Westen turns conventional political analyses on their head, suggesting that the question for Democratic politics isn't so much about moving to the right or the left but about moving the electorate. He shows how it can be done through examples of what candidates have said—or could have said—in debates, speeches, and ads. Westen's discoveries could utterly transform electoral arithmetic, showing how a different view of the mind and brain leads to a different way of talking with voters about issues that have tied the tongues of Democrats for much of forty years—such as abortion, guns, taxes, and race. You can't change the structure of the brain. But you can change the way you appeal to it. And here's how…

The Art Of Decision Making

Author : Helga Drummond
ISBN : 9780470848074
Genre : Business & Economics
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Science reassures, art disturbs (Proverb) This intriguing exploration of underlying forces in decision making takes as its starting point a wealth of high profile decision disasters. In brilliantly readable analyses, Helga Drummond shows how better awareness of the inherent uncertainties of the decision making process could have made the outcomes very different. Examples showcased include: The Hatfield rail crash The Kursk submarine disaster The Challenger disaster The year 2000 fuel crisis The WWII Dardanelles expedition The Barings Bank collapse The Taurus Stock Exchange Project The Hillsborough tragedy The King's Cross underground fire The Millennium Dome This entertaining yet instructive book offers new insight into the realities of decision making, and shows how you can confront them to improve your prospects of success.

Crysis City Book 1

Author : Kwame Antobam
ISBN : 9781483571355
Genre : Fiction
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A world in danger, a child held hostage, and the only thing that can possibly save them is...Bubblegum?! The Supervillain, Nightfire, took Crysis City, and for six years his god-like power allowed him to rule, as if he were king. But, when troubled teen, Johnny Banks, is given the power to turn bubblegum into anything he can think of and a second chance to save his brother, he shakes Crysis City to its core, as he tries to steal a city away from a god.

Claimed By The Elven Brothers Decision And Fate Elven King Series Book Two

Author : Cristina Rayne
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Genre : Fiction
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The French And Indian War

Author : Walter R. Borneman
ISBN : 9780061842641
Genre : History
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In the summer of 1754, deep in the wilderness of western Pennsylvania, a very young George Washington suffered his first military defeat, and a centuries-old feud between Great Britain and France was rekindled. The war that followed would be fought across virgin territories, from Nova Scotia to the forks of the Ohio River, and it would ultimately decide the fate of the entire North American continent—not just for Great Britain and France but also for the Spanish and Native American populations. Noted historian Walter R. Borneman brings to life an epic struggle for a continent—what Samuel Eliot Morison called "truly the first world war"—and emphasizes how the seeds of discord sown in its aftermath would take root and blossom into the American Revolution.

Constitutional Fate

Author : Philip Bobbitt
ISBN : 9780199878581
Genre : Political Science
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Here, Philip Bobbitt studies the basis for the legitimacy of judicial review by examining six types of constitutional argument--historical, textual, structural, prudential doctrinal, and ethical--through the unusual method of contrasting sketches of prominent legal figures responding to the constitutional crises of their day.

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