The storm outside couldn't be worse than whatever happened in that cabin earlier that morning. But that didn't change the fact he needed the shelter. The shower was big enough to fit two comfortably. It was next to, but apart from, ...
Author: Jamie Craig
Publisher: JMS Books LLC
When it rains, it pours ... Television weatherman Nick Lau’s romantic weekend with his boyfriend Austin ends in disaster before it even has the chance to begin. Austin dumps him and leaves their cabin just as the heavens open, and soon, the mountain is awash in dangerous flash floods. Park ranger Jay Archer just wants to escort the tourists off the mountain and to safety. But instead, he finds himself stranded in a small cabin with the very attractive Nick Lau. He seeks sanctuary with Nick, who returns the favor by seeking a different kind of sanctuary in Jay’s arms.
A Therapeutic Activity Book for Kids who have Lost a Sibling Joanne Marks. Joanne Marks Thanatologist Out Storm the A Therapeutic Activity Book for Kids Who Have Lost a Sibling Note to Parents and Caregivers This book is for your.
Author: Joanne Marks
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Out of the Storm is a therapeutic, hands-on activity book that helps children navigate the turmoil of the loss of a sibling. Siblings experience grief very deeply, and every sibling relationship is unique. When a sibling dies, the remaining sibling often has to grow up faster than they should. Parents, who tend to get most of the attention from well-wishers, also have a lot to cope with at that time. Children can make their way through this workbook on their own, or with the help of a supportive adult. It covers all aspects of the grieving process, from going to the funeral (or missing it), making a plan for getting by day by day, and understanding the huge emotions they are struggling with. It guides the child through the process of grief, while comforting, explaining, and validating their feelings.
The man's unseeing eyes stared up at the dark gray clouds covering the early morning sky, a reminder of the passing storm's fury. ... He hauled the waterlogged sailor out of the foamy water and into the rustycolored sea grass.
Author: Jody Hedlund
Publisher: Baker Books
Having grown up in a lighthouse, loneliness is all Isabelle Thornton has ever known--and all, she assumes, she ever will know. But when her lightkeeper father rescues a young man from the lake, her sheltered world is turned upside down. Bestselling author Jody Hedlund's Out of the Storm is her first ever novella and introduces readers to Beacons of Hope, a new series set in the 1800s amid the romance, history, and danger surrounding the Great Lakes lighthouses of Michigan.
Homeland Listen : a crass celebration outside . Wind in the trees drowns all human sound ; voices rise again like Atlantic tides . I recall the ocean liner to this place : summer , like today , but vision was walled in by fog .
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
Jervey Tervalon's novel about young people in South Central Los Angeles grows out of his experience teaching in a high school there and his pain at the death of one of his favorite students.
He knew her name and whose ranch it was, so there was no sense standing out in the storm. “C'mon into the house. I need to get out of this wind.” Michelle opened the back door and shook the worst of the snow off before stepping into the ...
Author: Nancy M Bell
Publisher: BWL Publishing Inc.
All Michelle wants for Christmas is peace of mind. The only thing bigger than the storm in her heart is the blizzard raging across the Alberta prairie outside her window. Finding an injured stray dog is the last thing she needs. Add to the mix the handsome new vet who is taking over her beloved Doc���s practice and peace of mind is not in the picture.
In any case, it was now nighttime over that area of the planet, and I then decided to steer above the storm in an easterly direction in the hope that when dawn broke, not only would I out of the storm but also I might find a suitable ...
Author: James Templer
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This narrative concerns the adventures of one of the agents of the planet Zoam which is one of the planets of the solar system of the star Zumm. Three of the planets of Zumm have intelligent life in spite of the differing surface temperatures of the three planets. There are of course many stars in this sector of the galaxy and because of the huge distances separating various planets concerned communication between them is somewhat sporadic.
It felt like sand blasting out of a sand blaster, making it very difficult to raise up our faces to even look in front of our path. Time stood still as we walked in the shadow of the storm, and I lost all feeling in my fingers and toes.
Author: Edgar French, Jr.
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Forged in Fire: A Testimony in Fact or Fiction? The Search for the Narrow Road, Vol. I By: Edgar French, Jr. Take an adventurous and exciting ride with an auspicious and audacious inner-city youth while unlocking the secrets of the universe, and traversing the hazardous pitfalls of society's nomenclature and political correctness. This story gives the reader an intense and highly emotional glimpse behind the hidden veil of different realities dividing the dimension between this reality and the realm of Angels, Demons, and Giants. The protagonist unwittingly uncovers secret evil plans hatched by a breakaway civilization to conceal Secret Life Extension Technology from mankind, and to kill 99.9% of the population, alongside the planet as a whole. Through hardships and pitfalls, our young hero learns how to prevent the inevitable destruction of mankind.
Presence in the Storm, Parade, and in Life" In life we consistently encounter storms. Some are big. Some are small. The truth for me is that I seem to always be walking into a storm, through a storm, or out of a storm.
Author: Jeff Hood
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
A theologian, historian and bioethicist by academic training, Rev. Jeff Hood is a graduate of Auburn University, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Emory University's Candler School of Theology, the University of Alabama, Creighton University, and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Ministry in Practical Theology at Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University. His ordination rests within the Southern Baptist Convention. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Jeff currently lives in Denton, Texas, where he serves as a pastor to persons in communities throughout the region. As a theological activist and organizer, Jeff serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, on the Statewide Steering Committee and as North Texas area director of Pastors for Texas Children and on the National Council of the Fellowship of Reconciliation USA. in 2013, Jeff's work as a spiritual organizer and activist was recognized by PFLAG Fort Worth's Equality Award. Jeff is married to Emily and together they have three young sons, twin toddlers, Jeff III and Phillip, and newborn, Quinley. Jeff also maintains a closer friendship to Texas Death Row prisoner Will Speer. Jeff is the author of two other books, The Queer: An interaction with The Gospel of John and The Queering of an American Evangelical. A Southern, Queer, and Christian, Jeff is a committeed activist, visionary writer and radical prophetic voice to a closed society.
The storm and the hubbub haven't seemed to bother her one bit.” “I'll watch her while you give Barney some exercise.” “Thanks, Zoe. Let me know if you see the guys come back.” She walked away, out of the main room of the center and down ...
Author: Kay Correll
Publisher: Zura Lu Publishing LLC
Sometimes unexpected events change everything… for better or worse. Zoe decides to stay on Belle Island to help her uncle and the town prepare for an approaching tropical storm. She has no idea that one single decision could change her life forever. A tropical storm, secrets revealed, and the unraveling of many of the island's mysteries. A delightful continuation of the stories of the lives and loves of the people of Belle Island. Try this heartwarming story in the Charming Inn series. This is book 6 in the Charming Inn Series (a spin-off from the Lighthouse Point series): One Simple Wish - Book One Two of a Kind - Book Two Three Simple Things - Book Three Four Short Weeks - Book Four Five Years or So - Book Five Six Hours Away - Book Six keywords, sweet romance, clean and wholesome, small town romance series, women’s fiction, drama, saga, best friends, women friends, southern romance, beach read, friendship, heartwarming, sweet, clean, inspirational, Kay Correll, Indigo Bay, Comfort Crossing, Lighthouse Point, contemporary romance, happily ever after, HEA, seasoned romance, older romance, Later in life, Similar to, Debbie Macomber, Robyn Carr, Sherryl Woods, Inglath Cooper, Olivia Miles, Debbie White, JoAnn Ross, Debbie Mason, Susan Wiggs, Ava Miles, Grace Greene, Rachel Hauck, Lauren K Denton, Chris Keniston, Barbara Davis, Holly Tierney-Bedord, Heather Burch, Faith Hogan, Jamie Beck, Catherine Bybee, Kimberly Rae Jordan, Laurie Alice eakes, Nancy Thayer, Liz Talley, Karen Kingsbury, Mary Campisi, Cedar Cove, Chesapeake Shores, Willow Lake, Cottage by the Sea, family life, seasoned romance, older characters, older heroine, Kay Cordell, Kay Cornell, Kay Correl, Similar authors, Mary Jane Hathaway, Leah Atwood, Deborah Raney, Heidi Hostetter, Judith Keim, Amelia C. Adams, Jeanette Lewis, Amie Denman, Melissa Storm, Stacy Claflin, Melissa McClone, Debbie Mason, JoAnn Ross, Wendy Wax, Jenny Hale, Inglath Cooper, Shirlee McCoy, Sheila Roberts, Kirsten Osbourne, Nan Rossiter, Pamela Kelley, Holly Martin, Donna Kauffman, Ava Miles, Ashley Farley, Terri DuLong, Jean Oram, Christine Nolfi, Carolyn Brown, Joanne DeMaio, Rachel Hanna, Elizabeth Bromke, Jan Moran, Meredith Summers, Cindy Nichols
His prey slipped out of his grasp. Habiba's touch brushed against Llesho's senses, and Kaydu's. The storm paid them no heed. Its vast disk turned faster and faster as it closed on the tiny ship. Llesho shared its longing for the ...
Author: Curt Benjamin
Publisher: Astra Publishing House
The evil sorcerer Markko has sworn to capture the last of Prince Llesho's brothers. If Markko succeeds, Llesho will not be able to save Thebin, or reopen the Gates of Heaven. As murder and dark magic threaten Llesho's alliances, he realizes his only chance lies in finding his brothers first. So begins a desperate hunt that will lead the prince from the slave market to a sea voyage fraught with perils, and an incredible discovery about the sorcerer who seems bent on his destruction.