Love Me Sweet

Love Me Sweet Author Tracy Brogan
ISBN-10 1477819630
Release 2015-01-20
Pages 294
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Delaney Masterson has famous parents and a reality TV show, but she's not the wild-child celebrity the paparazzi have painted her to be. Until an old boyfriend releases a private video, and her name becomes every comedian's favorite punch line. To escape the media, she sneaks away to Bell Harbor, Michigan... during the worst winter in fifty years. Adventure show cameraman Grant Connelly has stayed away from Bell Harbor until a family obligation converges with a spontaneous career decision. When bad weather, missing money, honky-tonk musicians, and Elvis impersonators throw Grant and Delaney together on an unexpected road trip, can they weather the storm?



Elvis Presley s Love Me Tender

Elvis Presley s Love Me Tender Author Elvis Presley
ISBN-10 0060277971
Release 2003-04-15
Pages 32
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Love me tender, love me sweet; Never let me go. You have made my life complete, And I love you so. Elvis Presley first sang "Love Me Tender" in the 1956 film of the same name. It was Presley's big screen debut and launched a stellar movie career. But it was the song, which Elvis co-wrote, that people took to their hearts. It is still one of his most popular. Now paired with Tom Browning's beautifully rendered paintings, these moving lyrics become a testament to the unconditional love between parent and child. A birthday, a walk in the park, that first tentative bike ride, and other special moments shared between a father and daughter make Elvis Presley's Love Me Tender an album full of precious memories.



Love Me Baby

Love Me Baby Author P. Forest Copperman
ISBN-10 9783737801515
Release 1977
Pages 6
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Hier erhältlich ist die Notenausgabe des Titels für Klavier, Gesang und Gitarre.



The Unknown Poet

The Unknown Poet Author Kimball Zellous
ISBN-10 9780595378159
Release 2006-03
Pages 60
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Me I love me enough to respect my father. I love me enough to cherish my mother. I love me enough to love my brothers and sisters of all colors. I love me enough to think before I speak. I love me enough to know God has total control over me. I love me enough to be lonely and wait for that special sister that will make both our lives complete. I love me enough not to carry a gun; enough not to cause my brother or sister harm. I love me enough to stand strong in a land that hostile to a black man. I love me enough to bless the heaven, the sky, the land, and sea. Brothers and sisters if you didn't know, now you know I truly, truly love me. With his unique and compelling style, poet Kimball F. Zellous offers sensual, flawless, full-flavored flow of poetry blended with smooth jazz rhythms. His approach is rough, strong, and hard, driven by his love and praise for God. Zellous tackles a gamut of issues including race, religion, and love; but his voice strikes the note of truth in us all. Indulge your senses and take a look into your soul with The Unknown Poet.



Love Me Tinder

Love Me Tinder Author Martin Regan Dove
ISBN-10 9781524613792
Release 2016-06-16
Pages 84
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On Valentines Day in 1994, Thomas Gentry was at home in Secaucus New Jersey, planning an extra special day for his girlfriend Cindy Blevins, when came a knock at his door. Much to his surprise, standing behind the door was Dusty Simmons, his best friend from childhood, who disappeared twelve years prior. Thomas welcomed Dusty into his home overjoyed to see his old friend again. When Cindy came home, she was less than happy to see Dusty, as they also shared a history. As the friends came together, the past came alive. In a moment alone, Cindy reached out to her Uncle Robert Carella, the Chief of Police in Secaucus; asking him to run a background check on Dusty, as she had not seen him for so long. No one was prepared for the revelations to follow. Dusty brought with him a violent past...and a gun. True love comes with a flame, and it is called: Love Me Tinder



Love Me Tender

Love Me Tender Author Audrey Couloumbis
ISBN-10 9780375849671
Release 2008-04-22
Pages 224
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Elvira’s family has never been the warm, fuzzy type. Most of the time, Elvira can’t stand the sight of her little sister, Kerrie. Elvira and her mother, Mel, fight more often than not. Mel hasn’t spoken to her own family in years. And when Mel announces she’s pregnant again, Elvira’s daddy storms off to Las Vegas to enter an Elvis impersonator competition. But when an urgent phone call sends Elivra, Mel, and Kerrie on an unexpected trip to visit Mel’s family, Elvira discovers that love doesn’t always look like it does in television commercials–it can be as simple as a bucket of blueberries, an attic full of memories, or a song. But it’s there all right. You just have to know how to look for it. From the Hardcover edition.



Love Me

Love Me Author Jillian Dodd
ISBN-10 9780989210942
Release 2013-08-11
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A Vision of Death s Destruction and other poems Third edition

A Vision of Death s Destruction  and other poems      Third edition Author Thomas John OUSELEY
ISBN-10 BL:A0018536479
Release 1839
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Love s Melody

Love s Melody Author Natasha Wilde
ISBN-10 9781849913881
Release 2011-06-01
Pages 111
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DescriptionThe mental health issue related to this book is bipolar disorder. This illness includes both ends of the spectrum, which is mania at the one end and clinical depression at the other. At its worst, it is debilitating, involving long stays in a psychiatric hospital in order for doctors to discover the appropriate medication thus balancing out the brain chemistry so that the patient can function in a reasonable manner in the outside world. I sincerely think bipolar disorder must be the most serious of the mental illnesses because it is so violently distressing for the patient., LOVE's MELODY, is a collection of poetry and pieces of prose taking us through the 1990's on a roller coaster of extreme mental highs and lows. This writing depicts the power of the human spirit to conquer the most impossible of situations in life and, I trust, give other sufferers of this dreadful disease some kind of hope. About the AuthorNatasha Wilde was born in Chester in 1949. After moving down south she attended St. Albans Girls' Grammar School where she obtained eight 'O' levels and two 'A' levels. She won a scholarship to St. Martin's School of Art in London, studying Graphic Design, specialising in Film Animation. When she was just half way through her Diploma course, she was offered a job with Halas and Bachelor animation company, the largest in the country. But alas, that never happened. She contracted bipolar disorder at the age of twenty always maintaining there was a strong possibility she had been "spiked" with the hallucinatory drug, L.S.D. She remembers experiencing a hellish and terrifying time, walking the streets of London, totally lost, hearing 'voices', hallucinating, all of her senses heightened. This episode landed her in a scary hospital in Friern Barnet which had been an asylum in Victorian times. Natasha was disposed of in a newer building for less serious cases. The hospital has since been closed down under Margaret Thatcher's orders, the poor occupants let loose, spilling out into the community to somehow make their way. Throughout her twenties Natasha was in and out of the local hospital where doctors experimented with various drugs and twice she received E.C.T. ie Electro Convulsive Therapy. She was fortunate in that this worked well, bringing her down from her impossible fantasy world bang smack into reality which was a trifle depressing. In between bouts of illness, the psychotic 'highs' and the clinical 'lows', she took on menial work and then decided to move up to Leeds with her current Yorkshire boyfriend. Here, she joined an agency and became self employed as an Exotic Dancer which she loved. No stigma was attached regarding her illness, no forms to fill in, no questions asked. She had a good figure and could move. She danced in clubs, pubs, working mens' clubs and sometimes, rather dicey, illegal drinking dens known as shabims. While living in Leeds, she met her husband to be who was originally from Scotand and although her 'demoms' were determined to drive her crazy again, looking back, she guesses her husband rather saved her from a fate "worse than death." She moved back to Hertfordshire two years later in the mid seventies and after another spell in hospital, joined several agencies and began dancing again. She married in 1980 and gave birth to a daughter in 1981. Her pregnancy was hell, mentally, and a major depression set in. Immediately after giving birth she became 'psychotic' and this was treated She was married for ten years, then divorced her husband on the grounds of 'unreasonable behaviour. During her marriage she had kept fairly well but the stress from the divorce encouraged her illness to return in its 'psychotic' form landing her bang smack on Warren Ward for the umpteenth time. Her book, Love's Melody, takes off from here. Much of it was written in Creative Writing Therapy at her local hospital. Natasha now has an adorable granddaughter and after many years, th



Catalog of Copyright Entries

Catalog of Copyright Entries Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105119498777
Release 1975
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Love knots and bridal bands poems selected and arranged by F Langbridge

Love knots and bridal bands  poems  selected and arranged by F  Langbridge Author Love-knots
ISBN-10 OXFORD:600050622
Release 1883
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Bedtime

Bedtime Author Alicia Alvrez
ISBN-10 160925824X
Release 1999-11-01
Pages 224
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With selections from D. H. Lawrence, Sappho, Anas Nin, Rainer Maria Rilke, Colette, the Kama Sutra, and others, Bedtime also contains suggestions from experts such as Barbara De Angelis, Daphne Rose Kingma, and Margot Anand on how to build greater intimacy and ardor. Previously published as On the Wings of Eros, Bedtime will charm and amuse - and nourish the erotic impulse.



A Satire Anthology

A Satire Anthology Author Various
ISBN-10
Release 2015-02-10
Pages 323
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Example in this ebook Satire, though a form of literature familiar to everyone, is difficult to define. Partaking variously of sarcasm, irony, ridicule, and burlesque, it is exactly synonymous with no one of these. Satire is primarily dependent on the motive of its writer. Unless meant for satire, it is not the real thing; unconscious satire is a contradiction of terms, or a mere figure of speech. Secondarily, satire depends on the reader. What seems to us satire to-day, may not seem so to-morrow. Or, what seems satire to a pessimistic mind, may seem merely good-natured chaff to an optimist. This, of course, refers to the subtler forms of satire. Many classic satires are direct lampoons or broadsides which admit of only one interpretation. Literature numbers many satirists among its most honoured names; and the best satires show intellect, education, and a keen appreciation of human nature. Nor is satire necessarily vindictive or spiteful. Often its best examples show a kindly tolerance for the vice or folly in question, and even hint a tacit acceptance of the conditions condemned. Again, in the hands of a carping and unsympathetic critic, satire is used with vitriolic effects on sins for which the writer has no mercy. This lashing form of satire was doubtless the earliest type. The Greeks show sardonic examples of it, but the Romans allowed a broader sense of humour to soften the satirical sting. Following and outstripping Lucilius, Horace is the acknowledged father of satire, and was himself followed, and, in the opinion of some, outstripped by Juvenal. But the works of the ancient satirists are of interest mainly to scholars, and cannot be included in a collection destined for a popular audience. The present volume, therefore, is largely made up from the products of more recent centuries. From the times of Horace and Juvenal, down through the mediæval ages to the present day, satires may be divided into the two classes founded by the two great masters: the work of Horace’s followers marked by humour and tolerance, that of Juvenal’s imitators by bitter invective. On the one side, the years have arrayed such names as Chaucer, Swift, Goldsmith, and Thackeray; on the other, Langland, Dryden, Pope, and Burns. A scholarly gentleman of our own day classifies satires in three main divisions: those directed at society, those which ridicule political conditions, and those aimed at individual characters. These variations of the art of satire form a fascinating study, and to one interested in the subject, this small collection of representative satires can be merely a series of guide-posts. It is the compiler’s regret that a great mass of material is necessarily omitted for lack of space; other selections are discarded because of their present untimeliness, which deprives them of their intrinsic interest. But an endeavour has been made to represent the greatest and best satiric writers, and also to include at least extracts from the masterpieces of satire. It is often asked why we have no satire at the present day. Many answers have been given, but one reason is doubtless to be found in the acceleration of the pace of life; fads and foibles follow one another so quickly, that we have time neither to write nor read satiric disquisitions upon them. Another reason lies in the fact that we have achieved a broader and more tolerant human outlook. To be continue in this ebook



My Love for you Tom Cruise A Desperate Chinese Girl s Confession

My Love for you  Tom Cruise  A Desperate Chinese Girl s Confession Author
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The North American Miscellany

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ISBN-10 CHI:74729181
Release 1851
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Round Dance and Other Plays

Round Dance and Other Plays Author Arthur Schnitzler
ISBN-10 9780192804594
Release 2004-07-08
Pages 406
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Flirtations * Round Dance * The Green Cockatoo * The Last Masks * Countess Mizzi * The Vast Domain * Professor Bernhardi The playwright Arthur Schnitzler is best known as the chronicler of fin de siecle Viennese decadence. Round Dance, written in the late 1890s, exposes sexual life in Vienna with such witty frankness that it could not be staged until after the First World War, when it provoked a riot in the theatre and a prosecution for indecency. The other plays in thiscollection explore love, sexuality, and death in various guises, always with a sharp, non-judgemental awareness of the complexity and mystery of the psyche. Acquainted with Freud and his circle, Schnitzler probes beneath the surface of his characters to uncover emotions they barely understand. And in the tragicomedyProfessor Bernhardi, Schnitzler addresses the growing anti-Semitism of the period.



Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Elizabeth Barrett Browning Author Josie Billington
ISBN-10 9780199602889
Release 2014-06
Pages 608
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A comprehensive selection of the work of the eighteenth-century poet Elizabeth Barrett-Browning, this edition includes the full text of some of Barrett Browning's most celebrated works as well as generous selections from her lesser-known works, her diary, and family letters.