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Substitute Father

Author : Bonnie K. Winn
ISBN : 9781459243446
Genre : Fiction
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Three orphaned children were definitely not on his shopping list! Luke Duncan never would have believed that going grocery shopping would lead to becoming foster father to three orphans. But no matter how he met them, it was clear that Brian, Hannah and Troy needed him. Now all he has to do is convince the social worker assigned to their case that a single man can be the perfect caregiver. Too bad the social worker is Kealey Fitzpatrick. After their disastrous blind date, he would have sworn she'd never darken his door again.

Marriage Of Inconvenience

Author : Debbie Macomber
ISBN : 9781488095931
Genre : Fiction
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One for the keeper shelf! Enjoy this classic romance by everyone’s favorite storyteller, #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber. Rich Manning and Jamie Warren have always been friends—and nothing but friends. However, that changes when she asks him to father the child she so desperately wants. Rich agrees, with one condition: they have to get married. Suddenly, Rich discovers side of Jamie he’s never seen before, and they’re surprised by the sweetness and passion they feel. But can Rich prove to the headstrong Mrs. Manning that it’s time to let the world in on their secret that their love is truly here to stay? Originally published in 1992

Adopt A Dad

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ISBN : 9780373365753
Genre : Foster parents
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Winter Baby

Author : Kathleen O'Brien
ISBN : 0373710151
Genre : Fiction
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My Montana Home

Author : Ellen James
ISBN : 0373710143
Genre : Fiction
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Cassie Warren has kept her seven-year-old son away from the influence of her dominating father--patriarch of the powerful ranching dynasty. But now her son is becoming too attached to Andrew Morris, a man who thinks he knows what's best for the child--and for Cassie.

The Fire Within

Author : Kathryn Shay
ISBN : 0373710186
Genre : Fiction
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Wife By Deception

Author : Donna Sterling
ISBN : 0373710178
Genre : Fiction
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A Husband Of Convenience

Author : Jacqueline Baird
ISBN : 9781459252042
Genre : Fiction
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A father for her unborn baby… Josie's husband, Conan Zarcourt, was tall, dark and handsome. Yet Josie could only look, not touch, because theirs was a marriage in name alone. Conan had stepped in as father to his brother's child—the baby Josie was carrying. But when an accident left Josie with amnesia she naturally assumed that Conan was her husband, her lover and the father of her baby. And until she remembered the truth, Conan was more than happy to have Josie in his bed….

No Easy Ride

Author : Ian Parsons
ISBN : 9781927527160
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Former police officer Ian Parsons, gives his account of life serving in the RCMP.

Common Bodies

Author : Laura Gowing
ISBN : 0300100965
Genre : History
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This title explores how ordinary women of the early modern period in England understood and experienced their bodies. Using letters, popular literature, and detailed legal records from courts that were obsessively concerned with regulating morals, the book recaptures 17th-century popular understandings of sex and reproduction. This history of the female body is at once intimate and wide-ranging, with sometimes startling insights about the extent to which early modern women maintained, or forfeited, control over their own bodies. shaped the lived experiences of bodies: the cost of having a child, the vulnerability of being a servant, the difficulty of prosecuting rape, the social ambiguities of widowhood. She explains how the female body was governed most of all by other women - wives and midwives. Gowing casts new light on beliefs and practices concerning women's bodies of the time and provides an original perspective on the history of women and gender.

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