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That Girl Is Poison

That Girl Is Poison
Author: Lena Skye
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781512023329
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Can best friends also become lovers? Kalena and Tommy have best friends since they were kids. However, it is only now that they have admitted their true feelings for each other and began dating. For Kalena it feels like Tommy is the missing piece of the puzzle from her life. He is sweet, charming, hard working and incredibly sexy. She feels blessed to have a lover that is also a best friend at the same time. However, when something seems too good to be true then it normally is. It appears that Tommy is keeping something from Kalena and she is determined to work out what it is. Could her perfect man also have a side chick? Or could his secret be EVEN worse then that?
That Girl is Poison
Language: en
Pages: 336
Authors: Tia Hines
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-08-15 - Publisher: Urban Books
Desire Jones is a young, hot-to-trot teen who lives life on the edge. Abandoned by her mother, she yearns for love and attention. Her uncle shelters her, but life is impossible to bear with his abusive wife. To make things worse, she gets involved with Malik, who shatters her hope and trust by leaving her pregnant and infected with HIV. So hardened, she decides to do the unspeakable, purposely infecting people with her disease. Of course, no one knows of her intent, not even her best friend, Jennifer, who unwittingly helps Desire find her victims. Will Desire realize the error of her ways before it's too late? Tia Hines delivers a powerful message in this cautionary tale full of action and drama.
That Girl Is Poison
Language: en
Pages: 250
Authors: Lena Skye
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-05-04 - Publisher: CreateSpace
Can best friends also become lovers? Kalena and Tommy have best friends since they were kids. However, it is only now that they have admitted their true feelings for each other and began dating. For Kalena it feels like Tommy is the missing piece of the puzzle from her life. He is sweet, charming, hard working and incredibly sexy. She feels blessed to have a lover that is also a best friend at the same time. However, when something seems too good to be true then it normally is. It appears that Tommy is keeping something from Kalena and she is determined to work out what it is. Could her perfect man also have a side chick? Or could his secret be EVEN worse then that?
Own The Moment
Language: en
Pages: 352
Authors: Carl Lentz
Categories: Self-Help
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-10-31 - Publisher: Simon and Schuster
This engaging and inspirational book by Carl Lentz, the rock star pastor of Hillsong NYC, shows us the way toward a more connected, spiritually-grounded, and fulfilled life. When you think of a Christian pastor, you probably don’t envision a tattooed thirty-something who wears a motorcycle jacket, listens to hip-hop music, references The Walking Dead and Black Lives Matter in his sermons, and every Sunday draws a standing-room only crowd to a venue normally used for rock concerts—in godless New York City, no less. But then you clearly have never met Carl Lentz. As lead pastor of the first United States branch of global megachurch Hillsong, the former college basketball player is on a mission to make Christianity accessible in the 21st century. In Own The Moment, he shares the unlikely and inspiring story of how he went from being an average teenager who couldn’t care less about church to leading one of the country’s fastest-growing congregations—how one day he is trying to convince a Virginia Beach 7-Eleven clerk to attend his service, and just a few years later he is baptizing a global music icon in an NBA player’s Manhattan bathtub. Amid such candid personal tales, Lentz also offers illuminating
Ein Happy End ist erst der Anfang
Language: de
Pages: 416
Authors: Becky Albertalli
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-03-22 - Publisher: Carlsen
Wenn Leah Schlagzeug spielt, kommt sie nicht so leicht aus dem Takt. Wäre das im echten Leben doch auch so! Aber manchmal fühlt Leah sich, als ob sie von außen auf ihr Leben schaut. Was wird wohl nach der Schulzeit kommen? Wird sie ihre Freunde überhaupt noch sehen? Dieser Gedanke jagt ihr Angst ein – vor allem, weil sie für eine ganz bestimmte Person weitaus mehr empfindet, als sie sich eingestehen will. Die Fortsetzung des preisgekrönten Fanlieblings "Nur drei Worte", der mit dem Deutschen Jugendliteraturpreis ausgezeichnet wurde und auch im Kino als "Love, Simon" zu sehen war. Ob eingefleischter Fan oder Creekwood-Neuling – in Leah werden sich alle sofort verlieben! "Hat Becky Albertalli mich bespitzelt oder so? Weil Leah genauso ist wie ich. Hundertprozentig." "Dieses Buch hat mich RUINIERT. Ich habe geweint, gelacht, geschrien, meine Bettdecke gehauen und das Buch durchs Zimmer geschmissen. [...] Love love love love love love love." (Leserstimmen auf Goodreads)
Women in Medicine in Nineteenth-Century American Literature
Language: en
Pages: 257
Authors: Sara L. Crosby
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-09-14 - Publisher: Springer
This book investigates how popular American literature and film transformed the poisonous woman from a misogynist figure used to exclude women and minorities from political power into a feminist hero used to justify the expansion of their public roles. Sara Crosby locates the origins of this metamorphosis in Uncle Tom’s Cabin where Harriet Beecher Stowe applied an alternative medical discourse to revise the poisonous Cassy into a doctor. The newly “medicalized” poisoner then served as a focal point for two competing narratives that envisioned the American nation as a multi-racial, egalitarian democracy or as a white and male supremacist ethno-state. Crosby tracks this battle from the heroic healers created by Stowe, Mary Webb, Oscar Micheaux, and Louisia May Alcott to the even more monstrous poisoners or “vampires” imagined by E. D. E. N. Southworth, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Theda Bara, Thomas Dixon, Jr., and D. W. Griffith.
Women and New and Africana Religions
Language: en
Pages: 336
Authors: Lillian Ashcraft-Eason, Darnise C. Martin, Oyeronke Olademo
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010 - Publisher: ABC-CLIO
This volume explores the lives of women around the world from the perspective of the New and Africana faiths they practice. * Includes 14 essays from 17 contributors, all distinguished in their careers as both observer participants and research scholars * Offers bibliographies and notes for each essay and a comprehensive bibliography concluding the book
The Lost Notebooks
Language: en
Pages: 136
Authors: Shari V. DeCastro
Categories: Poetry
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-11-01 - Publisher: Author House
A young girl sets off on an adventure, leaving the new world—the only world she knows, or so she thinks. She stumbles upon the old county of Kings, where she discovers old notebooks of fascinating poetry. The writings lead her through a transforming and enlightening experience. But most of all, it becomes a self-revelation. This book places readers in a post-apocalyptic world, utilizing art to capture vivid emotions, thoughts, beliefs, and stories of a past life. Captivating scenes transition the reader into the works of four distinct poets. They each take the reader on an intimate journey told through their own eyes. They all have different principles, but they all share a common link that binds them together. The young girl is intrigued and would enjoy finding out who these poets are. The answer might be closer than she ever fathomed.
Stare in the Darkness
Language: en
Pages: 245
Authors: Lester K. Spence
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011 - Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
Critiquing the true impact of hip-hop culture on politics.
To the Limit
Language: en
Pages: 352
Authors: Cindy Gerard
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-05-01 - Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
When former Secret Service agent Eve Garrett, gets a late night call from Tiffany Clayborne saying "Eve, please come and get me" she books over the the bar Tiffany says she's at. She met the girl when she was still an agent. Tiffany was her first assignment and she developed a big sister attachment to the kid that continues to this day. However, when Eve gets to the bar she sees some suspicious activity in a dark alley and her gut tells her that Tiffany is involved. When she goes after her, she's knocked out and when she comes to, Tiffany is gone. Eve believes that Tiffany is in danger. But when she goes to Tiffany's father, he doesn't want Eve anywhere near Tiffany. After all she was in charge the last time Tiffany got hurt. Eve and Tiffany have put that incident behind them. Her father has not. He plans to hire his own private detective to check into this.doesn't hesitate. Eve doesn't trust Tiffany's safety to anyone else and decides to hunt fo her on her own. However, uring her search in Miami, Florida she runs into Clayborne's detective--her old flame, Mac, who loved her and left her.
The Great and the Terrible
Language: en
Pages: 176
Authors: Joanne O'Sullivan
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09-15 - Publisher: Hachette UK
This fun, quirky, and engaging fully illustrated history anthology features twenty-five amazing and terrifying rulers for middle grade readers to discover. We've heard of Alexander the Great. We've heard of Ivan the Terrible. But what was so Great about Alexander? What was so Terrible about Ivan? Spanning centuries of history in a culturally diverse framework-from ancient India to nineteenth-century Hawaii, and with a balanced focus on notorious women rulers as well as male, The Great and the Terrible takes a humorous look at some of the most glorious and notorious figures in history through the lens of the nicknames they're remembered by. While some of the characters mentioned here are more prominent in world history (Cyrus the Great introduced the world's first human rights charter), others are well known only within their own cultures. The Great and the Terrible gives middle-grade readers an opportunity to dip into the breadth of world history, sampling its cultural diversity and its stranger-than-fiction historical exploits, with a mix of the sensational and the serious. It helps to correct the imbalance in many history books that currently only focus on Western Civilization, shining the spotlight on achievements (and foibles) in many different cultures.