Incroyable, mais vrai : j’ai un petit ami. Moi-même, je n’arrive pas à y croire ! Une chose est sûre, je vais tout faire pour le garder dans mes filets. Tout. Quitte à me battre contre une ex jalouse, les préjugés de grands-parents ultra conformistes, mon attirance incontrôlée pour l’ami de mon frère et ma maladresse légendaire, qui continue de me suivre. Un sacré programme, je vous le dis...
After being left at the altar years ago, Faith is ready to return to her family's winery, but when she finds herself drawn to local police chief Levi, she cannot forget the role he played in breaking up her wedding.
Vols. for 1896-1897 contain as appendices papers relating to the part taken by military organizations of the state during the civil war, colonial records, 1664-1675, and muster rolls, 1664-1775.
"You will devour The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop &Cafe. Mary Simses can write evocative detail that puts you right in the scene, with dialogue that always rings true."-James Patterson A high-powered Manhattan attorney finds love, purpose, and the promise of a simpler life in her grandmother's hometown. Ellen Branford is going to fulfill her grandmother's dying wish--to find the hometown boy she once loved, and give him her last letter. Ellen leaves Manhattan and her Kennedy-esque fiance for Beacon, Maine. What should be a one-day trip is quickly complicated when she almost drowns in the chilly bay and is saved by a local carpenter. The rescue turns Ellen into something of a local celebrity, which may or may not help her unravel the past her grandmother labored to keep hidden. As she learns about her grandmother and herself, it becomes clear that a 24-hour visit to Beacon may never be enough. THE IRRESISTIBLE BLUEBERRY BAKESHOP & CAFE is a warm and delicious debut about the power of a simpler life.
Vols. for 1969- include ACTFL annual bibliography of books and articles on pedagogy in foreign languages 1969-