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The New York Times bestselling author of the "delightfully clever...­exceptionally entertaining" (Booklist) Bridal Pleasures novels beguiles readers once again with a new series of sensual intrigue and exquisite surprises.... Disgraced by her past employer, young governess Kate Walcott owes her loyalty to the only woman willing to hire her--­the sought-­after courtesan Mrs. Georgette Lawson. Georgette entrusts Kate with the care of her unruly children--­and the writing of her shocking memoirs, which detail her affairs with famous gentlemen, including the rakehell who promised to marry her, then ruined her. Sir Colin Boscastle intended to keep his promise to Georgette--­until his father was murdered. Thirteen years of chasing vengeance pass before he returns to find Georgette sleeping in his enemy's bed. Revenge has destroyed their romance, but the two former lovers agree to set a trap to restore Colin's honor. Caught in this deadly . . .

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Clair is a retired lady living in Mesquite, Nevada. She was brought up in the organized, yet loving "Mormon" religious home, taught to her by her parents & even Victorian ways. She tried to adhere to all the "strict" teachings for most of her life, marries and goes through many hardships while raising her children. Sometimes experiencing emotional and physical abuse, living in a co-­dependent home. She tries to rise above everything, maintaining, keeping the typical LDS home. In the process, however, she is raped, even becomes promiscuous & regressive for a time. Then because of stress and the death of her husband, her kidneys fail and she receives a kidney transplant, and starts having Near Death Experiences and starts to channel messages to clients. She then evolves into the Metaphysical Realm that she has been studying for some time. Embracing more spirituality and teaching and helping society by doing readings and trying mainly to inspire women to survive and not give up. . . .

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Author: A. T. ThomsonPublisher: H. ColburnYear published: 1848Book contributor: New York Public LibraryLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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The New York Times bestselling author of the “delightfully clever...­exceptionally entertaining” (Booklist) Bridal Pleasures novels beguiles readers once again with a new series of sensual intrigue and exquisite surprises.... Disgraced by her past employer, young governess Kate Walcott owes her loyalty to the only woman willing to hire her—the sought-­after courtesan Mrs. Georgette Lawson. Georgette entrusts Kate with the care of her unruly children—and the writing of her shocking memoirs, which detail her affairs with famous gentlemen, including the rakehell who promised to marry her, then ruined her. Sir Colin Boscastle intended to keep his promise to Georgette--­until his father was murdered. Thirteen years of chasing vengeance pass before he returns to find Georgette sleeping in his enemy’s bed. Revenge has destroyed their romance, but the two former lovers agree to set a trap to restore Colin’s honor. Caught in this deadly game, Kate struggles to resist Colin’s virile charm. . . .

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On the day that A. M. Homes was born in 1961, she was given up for adoption. Her birth parents were a twenty-­two year old woman and an older married man with whom she was having an affair. Thirty years later, out of the blue, Homes was contacted by a lawyer on behalf of her birth mother, and they began to correspond; her biological father contacted her soon after. These two individuals and their effect on the adult Homes are strange and unexpected, and the story spirals into something utterly raw and hilarious, heartbreaking and absurd. Along the way, Homes describes the clash between her childhood fantasies of her birth parents and the disappointing reality. She writes about the experience of experiencing biological resemblance for the first time (in 'My Father's Ass') and the addictiveness of the genealogical research she embarks on. She reflects on the significance of DNA testing and having two mothers and two fathers and unearths profound truths about her family and herself. . . .

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On the day that A. M. Homes was born in 1961, she was given up for adoption. Her birth parents were a twenty-­two year old woman and an older married man with whom she was having an affair. Thirty years later, out of the blue, Homes was contacted by a lawyer on behalf of her birth mother, and they began to correspond; her biological father contacted her soon after. These two individuals and their effect on the adult Homes are strange and unexpected, and the story spirals into something utterly raw and hilarious, heartbreaking and absurd. Along the way, Homes describes the clash between her childhood fantasies of her birth parents and the disappointing reality. She writes about the experience of experiencing biological resemblance for the first time (in 'My Father's Ass') and the addictiveness of the genealogical research she embarks on. She reflects on the significance of DNA testing and having two mothers and two fathers and unearths profound truths about her family and herself. . . .

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The acclaimed writer A. M. Homes was given up for adoption before she was born. Her biological mother was a twenty-­two-­year-­old single woman who was having an affair with a much older married man with a family of his own. The Mistress's Daughter is the ruthlessly honest account of what happened when, thirty years later, her birth parents came looking for her. Homes relates how they initially made contact and what happened afterwards, and digs through the family history of both sets of her parents in a twenty-­first-­century electronic search for self. Daring, heartbreaking, and startlingly funny, Homes's memoir is a brave and profoundly moving consideration of identity and family.

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