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There’s something about the little black dress. The go-­to wisp of material that’s perfect for any occasion. The quintessential LBD hugs, stretches, and moves with the female form. Every woman needs one at some point, and sometimes that means borrowing from a friend.
Starting with Abby, this lucky LBD makes its way into the stories of Lucy, Katie, and Winnie right when they need it most.
Four women, four stories, and four happily ever afters…
And it all started with one little black dress.
Warning: Keep your hands off our Little Black Dress if you're under 18.
All net proceeds will be donated to Gilda’s Club, Rochester. With over 1,­200 FREE programs offered to men, women, teens, and children, they offer much-­needed social and emotional support to those living with cancer, their friends, and family.

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River Kingston has a problem, and his name is Royal.  Her brother owes one-­hundred grand to the mob, and River feels it’s her responsibility to help him.

The daughter of a renowned poker player, River does the only thing she knows how to do to win that much money...
She hits the tables.

Headed to Eden Island, home of the most elite poker tournament, The Omega One, River runs into--­literally--­the man from her teenage fantasies.

Now she has another problem, and his name is Alec Throne.  Because after the famous poker star catches her from falling, he decides he's never letting her go.

And, as River soon discovers, when Alec Throne sets his mind to something…
He's all-­in.

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Stephanie Willis no longer believed in happily ever after. At least not for herself.
Max Vicente was determined to change her mind.
After all, some fairy tales really do come true.

This 20k word novella is part of the Alluring series but can be read as a standalone. ***Beware*** This is insta-­love with an OTT nod to Cinderella. It's meant to be slightly unbelievable but 100% fun. Due to sex and language, it is recommended for persons over 18.

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Bad Beat:  A hand in which a player with strong cards is unexpectedly beaten by a lucky draw.

Nico Conti has never regretted joining the family business. Through hard work, loyalty, ruthlessness, and dedication, he earned his rank as Capo and his army of soldiers.  

With the life he leads, a good woman is not in the cards—until one comes along and turns his world upside down.

Olivia Miller’s childhood was anything but conventional.  Raised in a brothel, her mother protected Olivia from that life until she became sick.  Now Olivia must be the protector.

Taken as collateral by Nico Conti in a business dispute between families, Olivia is desperate to get home—until Nico makes her an offer she can’t refuse.

Or can she?

Because to save the one she loves most, Olivia will need to ignore the sacrifices made for her and barter herself to the man who holds her future in his hands.

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This is a full-­length, steamy, contemporary romance novel without a cliffhanger. It . . .

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Civilizing Habits explores the life stories of three French women missionaries--­Philippine Duchesne Emilie de Vialar and Anne-­Marie Javouhey--­who crossed boundaries both real and imagined to evangelize far from France's shores. In so doing they helped France reestablish a global empire after the dislocation of the Revolution and the fall of Napoleon. They also pioneered a new missionary era in which the educational charity and health care services provided by women became valuable tools for spreading Catholic influence across the globe. Philippine Duchesne traveled to former French territory in Missouri in 1818 to proselytize among Native Americans. Thwarted by the American policy of removing tribes even further west she turned her attention to girls' education on the frontier. Emilie de Vialar followed French troops to Algeria after its conquest and opened missions throughout the Mediterranean basin in the mid-­nineteenth century. Prevented from direct evangelization she . . .

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`At last! A tour de force on cities and health by someone who knows that geography matters. This is a groundbreaking text, preoccupied as much with health and well-­being as with death, disease and despair. It is concerned with who wins and who loses from the social and spatial patterning of risk… Combining breadth of coverage with depth of analysis, Health and Inequality provides an intricate map of harmful spaces and healing places, together with some guidelines on how to get from one to the other' - Professor Susan Smith, Ogilvie Professor of Geography, University of Edinburgh

'Too often as health professionals we remain embedded in nursing and medical literature neglecting the opportunities offered through engaging with other bodies of knowledge. Such an opportunity presents itself in this book which draws on work undertaken by geographers that can help us in our thinking about health inequalities. The strength of this work lies in its aim to ensure that place and space are . . .

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Author: Sarah Ann Curties HillPublisher: B. SmithYear published: 1821Book contributor: Harvard UniversityLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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How and why does the social and physical environment matter for mental health and psychological wellbeing in human populations? In this book, this question is examined from a number of different points of view, but with a particular emphasis on ideas and research from health geography. It shows that health geography makes a distinctive focus on the interactions between people and their social and physical environment, and in the ways that it conceptualises space and place.

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