A TAIL AS OLD AS TIME...Addison Turner has scripted a perfect future for herself, complete with a fairytale ending. She will become the name in doggie fashion design and live happily ever after with the husband of her dreams--and her dachshund, Princess, by her side. Just when her plan is on track and she's gaining recognition at the local dog show, Addison is hit with some Oscar-worthy drama. A group of prize-winning show dogs are stolen from under her nose, and she's stuck asking for help from Felix Vaughn, an infuriatingly hot bartender who is the exact opposite of Prince Charming. When more dogs go missing--and Felix becomes a suspect--the two team up to clear their names. Although Felix and Addison fight like cats and dogs, there's an undeniable spark between them. And as the trail to the missing dogs heats up, so does their red-hot chemistry. Can Addison be persuaded to throw away her script to find an ending that just might be better than she ever expected? "A lively romantic mystery...Paws down, one of the funniest books I've read in a long time." bestselling author Diane Kelly on Must Love WienersDon't miss the hilarious Beauty and the Wiener, a Rescue Dog Romance book by Casey Griffin!"
"Knowing the beauty of life, a gift, a home, holds the weapon of contentment, so never sway ..." In "Reaching for the Beauty and Facts of Life, " Betty Anderson shares her first compilation of free-verse poetry that encourages you to take a second look at the world in which we all live and embrace differences, fears, and loves of all humankind. With the hope that her poems will influence thinking and create new ideas within each of us, Anderson-a teacher who has always incorporated poetry into her classroom-not only challenges cultural biases and religious perspectives, but also provides charming views of nature and the antics of children as she traces a lyrical journey through life. While incorporating subtle life lessons into her poetry about friendship, family, and love, Anderson also interweaves historical elements, as she shares the contributions of African Americans and awakens others to the fears we all face in today's world. This moving collection of poetry will persuade you to reach into your heart and soul to create memorable changes and accept the beauty of life.
Strange Beauty brings the developing discipline of environmental literary criticism to bear on narratives of nature and the Otherworld from early cultures around the Irish Sea. Reflecting on an Otherworld associated with human experience, Siewers uses texts such as the Ulster Cycle and the Mabinogi to relate views of nature, symbolism and language. This book uncovers early syntheses of Christian and indigenous Insular cultures which express an integration of the spiritual and physical landscapes that are marginalized in later medieval thought. Strange Beauty opens a window on distinctive alternative views of the relation of culture to nature still relevant today.
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