Hannah Glick married the love of her life, but was widowed too young. Is she ready to risk her heart-and her family-for a new love? Hannah finds herself at a crossroads in her life. Her community offers her love and support after the untimely death of her husband, but an Englisher offers her the chance of a new life after her unexpected tragedy. Wealthy businessman Trey Peterson is surprised by his attraction to the gentle Amish woman who works as a housekeeper in the Lancaster Grand Hotel. They share a common bond of loss and are able to offer each other comfort and support as they journey through their grief. Joshua Glick wants nothing more than to offer his friendship and love to Hannah and her family. Not only is he her late husband's brother and business partner, he has always been in love with Hannah. A Hopeful Heart is filled with surprising twists as Hannah tries to balance her life in the Amish community and her growing love for an outsider.
A complete story brought to you by Shauna Hudson of BWWM Club. Tobias Botwin has always been the man. A bad boy billionaire playboy, and the guy every woman wanted to lock down but couldn't. That was until his mother died, and his father got sick of his playboy antics. Now cut off from the family fortune, Tobias soon finds himself interning for the beautiful and powerful Angeline Snow; a woman that's set to whip him into shape! But as Tobias learns more about himself than he ever thought possible under her guidance, he soon discovers he's got a real thing for this strong and beautiful woman. But will Angie feel the same being fully aware of his relationship history? Find out in this sexy suspenseful romance by Shauna Hudson. Suitable for over 18s only due to Saucy sex scenes.
Creating a broad, new vision of the 1930s, this highly readable social history shows that despite the hard times, Americans faced the Depression years with a characteristic resilience and optimism. Though more seriously affected by the Depression than Europe, Americans weathered hardship while European societies floundered, accepted dictatorships, or were caught in bitter ideological conflicts. Existing depictions of the era emphasize the negatives and overlook the diverse strengths of the American people, their ability to cope with temporary deprivation, and their triumphant retention of hope for themselves and the future of their society. Restoring perspective on the era, this book looks at Americans' solid value systems, their diverse support systems, their religious life, and the role of FDR and the New Deal. Although the New Deal helped undeniably, social and cultural resources played a major role in the stability of American society and the resiliency with which Americans withstood the severity of the Great Depression. Confirming this interpretation, McGovern takes a close look at numerous facets of American life-rural areas, great cities, the Okie Odyssey, labor, African Americans, ethnic organizations, radio and films, technology and design. All reveal sources of confidence, abundant energy, and robust action, typical of a hopeful people. This study attempts to explain the successes and achievements of Americans in the 1930s.
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'Near the south side, where the river fetches itself around, stands the cathedral church high up, making a solemn and a sightly show, with a high tower in the middle, and two spires at the west end.' William Camden's description of Durham, published in 1610, provides a fascinating snapshot of the county as it was over four hundred years ago. Camden's account also delves into the history of the bishopric, 'out of the depth of antiquity'.
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