Searching For Her Prince (Mills & Boon Silhouette):Mills & Boon Silhouette. ePub First edition Karen Rose Smith
Searching for True Patriotism:My Love toward the Korean Peninsula Tae-Woo Park
The End of Night: Searching for Natural Darkness in an Age of Artificial Light:Fourth Estate. ePub edition Paul Bogard
Since her husband, Roger, won´t give Jessica what she needs, she plans on searching for it somewhere else. Then, Mandy reminds her about her ex, Chet. Suddenly, a plan forms that keeps her marriage happy, while she gets what she needs from a man she knows can give it to her.
She finally decided that he is never going to be the man she needs. Just as she´s beginning to move on, her life takes a violent turn?in the most unimaginable and terrifying way.Airielle Vincent´s debut novella is a fictional take on finding love through social media and online dating. Full of love, lust, secrets, and betrayal, I Used to Know Him introduces Roxanne Evans, a woman who is searching for her soulmate in all the wrong places. Roxie is fed up with Earl. He has made it clear he doesn´t want to commit to her, even after all they´ve been through together. Roxie resolves then and there that she is going to start to date other people. Through Tinder, Roxie connects with Michael - someone who could really become special to her. Shortly after their first date, Roxie´s life starts to fall apart at the seams - her new relationship the sole exception. Or is it?
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Young Black Americans have been trying to realize the promise of the American Dream for centuries and coping with the reality of its limitations for just as long. Now, a new generation is pursuing success, happiness, and freedom -- on their own terms. In It Was All a Dream , Reniqua Allen tells the stories of Black millennials searching for a better future in spite of racist policies that have closed off traditional versions of success. Many watched their parents and grandparents play by the rules, only to sink deeper and deeper into debt. They witnessed their elders fight to escape cycles of oppression for more promising prospects, largely to no avail. Today, in this post-Obama era, they face a critical turning point. Interweaving her own experience with those of young Black Americans in cities and towns from New York to Los Angeles and Bluefield, West Virginia to Chicago, Allen shares surprising stories of hope and ingenuity. Instead of accepting downward mobility, Black millennials are flipping the script and rejecting White America´s standards. Whether it means moving away from cities and heading South, hustling in the entertainment industry, challenging ideas about gender and sexuality, or building activist networks, they are determined to forge their own path. Compassionate and deeply reported, It Was All a Dream is a celebration of a generation´s doggedness against all odds, as they fight for a country in which their dreams can become a reality.
A brilliant send-up of our contemporary culture from Sam Lipsyte, the critically acclaimed author of Home Land, centered around an unwitting mindfulness guru and the phenomenon he initiates. In an America convulsed by political upheaval, cultural discord, environmental collapse, and spiritual confusion, many folks are searching for peace, salvation, and—perhaps most immediately—just a little damn focus. Enter Hark Morner, an unwitting guru whose technique of ´´Mental Archery´´—a combination of mindfulness, mythology, fake history, yoga, and, well, archery—is set to captivate the masses and raise him to near-messiah status. It´s a role he never asked for, and one he is woefully underprepared to take on. But his inner-circle of modern pilgrims have other plans, as do some suddenly powerful fringe players, including a renegade Ivy League ethicist, a gentle Swedish kidnapper, a crossbow-hunting veteran of jungle drug wars, a social media tycoon with an empire on the skids, and a mysteriously influential (but undeniably slimy) catfish. In this social satire of the highest order, Sam Lipsyte, the New York Times bestseller and master of the form, reaches new peaks of daring in a novel that revels in contemporary absurdity and the wild poetry of everyday language while exploring the emotional truths of his characters. Hark is a smart, incisive look at men, women, and children seeking meaning and dignity in a chaotic, ridiculous, and often dangerous world.