When Zac Hunter receives a cry for help from former snitch, Angel Cortez, he rushes to her aid. Angel’s daughter Gracie is missing, and Lunatic, Angel’s gang leader boyfriend, knows more than he’s letting on. Discovering that a rival crew nabbed Gracie from an East LA park, Hunter agrees to do what he can to find the missing girl. Cassius is a major league low life, a drug dealer with the Imperial Knights whose shitty existence just gets shittier by the day.
This story is all about the Law of Attraction. Through it, you can attain self-development for success, learn how to change your mind, and how to achieve mental hygiene. I am pretty sure that luck is something you can program and attract. Imagine how you could change your life if you just learned all of the necessary information about the Law of Attraction and firmly believed in what you are doing!
Saying thank you is easy and fun with this joyful children’s picture book about a dinosaur named Stan who is doing his best to be polite whenever day or night. Can he say thank you to his friend for sharing a candy, to his grandpa for a birthday present, to his granny for a tasty meal, to his aunt for a warm hug or to his mom and dad for a story they read? The answer to this question you can find in this touching thanksgiving picture book answered in a child-friendly way with captivating and rhyming refrain inviting kids to join in the story.
He was only supposed to be a job. Why can't she walk away? Colton Davies, an ex-Marine turned cop, stumbles across a damsel in distress while working the beat and rushes to her aid. Unbeknownst to him, Kristen Trevelyan isn’t an old classmate who accidentally locked her keys in the car, but a spy working for a classified agency. She’s tasked with getting close to the police officer, but she never anticipated how close they’d become.
Michael Cox has been framed for the murder of his wife and six-year-old son. They were blown to pieces in front of his very eyes. Ever since that day, the only thing that fuels him is his need for vengeance. That, and rage. He embarks on a bloody mission to find the real killer and exact his revenge for the crime against his family. In the process, Michael enlists the help of the reporter, Addilyn Clarke, dragging her into a world of violence to chase a murderer that has no face and has no name.
Jane has been thoroughly prepared for her first, London season. Her aunt has told her of all the trouble that a girl may get into and how to avoid that nastiness entirely. So how on Earth does she find herself whisked away from the main ballroom, meeting Lord Brisby in secret, and getting into a most compromising predicament? The scandal that erupts from the impromptu rendezvous will haunt her, nearly ruining her life.
The ultimate betrayal. What would you do? Hard-nosed Detective Jack Bailey is back in Chicago with a serial killer on his hands. At first Jack figures the murder of Sister Anne is a robbery gone bad. But when a Bible verse turns up with the body, he and his partner realize this is no random murder. The Bridgeport community is shocked; the popular nun taught generations of students. Within two weeks a young man's body is found with a similar Bible verse.
In this retelling of THE WIZARD OF OZ, the original fantasy is shown to be the result of a virtual reality experiment gone wrong. Though still a poignant fable, this story has the bite of future science. A girl carries her doll in one hand and a fresh scalp in the other, on her way to a better land she’ll have to make first. Though her memory is faulty, Melody recalls leaving school after being accused of witchcraft.
Living in a small town, Spencer and Claire were bound to bump in to one another. Their first meeting didn’t go off too well. But in more ways than one it served its purpose. She had her lock-up, and he had another rental. The chemistry seemed to sizzle and pop in the air. And they definitely took notice of each other! As scarce as she was, he knew she had to renew her rental agreement sooner or later. He would have to bide his time and wait.
A story of a long and little dog called Py, with a fun and loving personality! She enjoys eating, playing, swimming, running around and being happy with life just how she is. Fall in love and play along with little Py through her fun and care free approach to life. A perfect bed time story about self-acceptance for young children. A picture book for children 3 - 8 years of age.
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