Young and hustling, Roxie knew the business like the back of her hand. Growing up in a generational trend of gang-bangers and drug dealing, Roxie didn't have a choice but to follow in the footsteps as her ancestors. Trapped in the game and living in a world full of self-destruction, learning the rules of the streets became a second-hand notion after the arrest of her mother.
Born into the cruel and unforgiving streets of the Cornton. Young Ryan overcame adversity, overcame the slums, overcame the norm and overcame life. In this book, Reynolds reveals how he leaped over all obstacles. How he scrapped for survival, how he destroyed legends and smashed records, how he outwitted all people and how, when he stood face to face with god, he told him "I believe you are in my seat."
When paradise turns deadly, flee into the jungle and fight for your life. An idyllic Caribbean vacation turns deadly when hostages are taken at one of Mexico’s most popular Mayan ruins. The kidnappers believe the abduction will be a simple way to negotiate the release of a colleague from a Texas prison, but matters become complicated and the stakes much higher when they realize one of their hostages is the daughter of a powerful U.S. Senator and another is an ex-Army Ranger who has no intention of playing by the rules.
When a down on her luck publicist moves home to Odessa, Texas, she’s thrust into a volatile job with a handsome security consultant showing her the ropes when a stranger decides she must be his and he’s determined to win her love – at any cost. Can the handsome consultant protect her from the stalker or will she end up buried in the desert?
Clive the Magic Camel – At the Zoo is a very old story about a camel that meets various animals and wishes for one of each of their attributes that he thinks will improve his personality. The name ‘camel’ changes as each attribute is added until he becomes so absurd that he realises that he was better as he was, and not something/somebody else.
My grandmother, my Dawn, lived a life of struggle and conflict – many wars, torn families, and constant displacement. Her views helped shaped my understanding of the world and inspired me to be content with less. She taught me that it is possible to wish everyone well, even if our own lives are less than perfect and in total disarray. She also taught me that it is possible to love in that moment when we are the least loved.
Have you ever prayed for something of major importance and gotten no answer? Or worse, a no? In "Do You Trust Me?" Jessica Johnson deals with the impact that unanswered prayers and major disappointments have on a person's faith and ability to trust God. Hopefully after reading this very personal account, you will find that there is a reason to fully trust the Lord!
On the small Mediterranean island of Isola di Squalo, an ancient legend binds the fate of the royal Delmar family directly to the peace and protection of the island. The consequence of turmoil is the return of a giant shark. Seventeen-year-old American, Dylan Murphy is accepted to a local university's shark study program on Isola di Squalo.
Miranda Wilkins is a school secretary. She is thrilled when Paul Green walks into her life. The handsome gym coach is everything she wants in a man--except for one problem. He's stopped trusting in a loving God. As she attempts to persuade Paul to trust, her own faith is tested.
When Colonel rich Martino returns home from overseas, his world is upside down. His credit cards are invalid, his wife is MIA, and a stranger is living in his house. He keeps running into people who are surprised he’s alive. Is it any wonder he has a hard time trusting the psychologist who claims to be the guardian of his comatose father’s estate? How does a man find his way home when he doesn’t believe in God?