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Beautiful schoolteacher Emma Davenport was just the sort of woman Joe Sutter avoided. She was sweet and sincere and set his pulse racing. But Joe had his own deep-secret hurt to contend with. Giving in to his true feelings for Emma wouldn't be fair - to either of them. Emma knew love was a precious gift. If THE POWER OF LOVE. American Heroes Against All Odds - Harlequin.
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Walk Away, Joe - Pamela Toth. Schoolteacher Emma Davenport was just the sort of woman Joe Sutter avoided. Published: Nov-1993. She was sweet and sincere-and pretty as a picture-but Joe had his own deep-secret hurt to deal with. Getting involved with Emma wouldn't be fair-to either of them. And yet, something wouldn't let him walk away Having lost her dreams of happiness, Emma knew that love was a precious gift. If only she could convince Joe to believe in it, as well.
Against All Odds is a 2017 novel by American writer Danielle Steel. The story follows Kate Madison and her family. The title for the novel comes from the idea that she cannot keep her children from playing against the odds in their choice of romantic partners. The novel peaked at No. 3 on the New York Times Best Sellers List. Kate Madison- A mother and a businesswoman. Kate's husband died years ago, leaving her with four small children and an uncompleted education.
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Frederick Douglass, the African-American social reformer, was born in Maryland as Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey. It was the custom during those times to separate children born in slavery from their mother at a very young age. This happened with Douglass. At the age of twelve, his master’s wife started teaching him but stopped when his master disapproved. Then Douglass began learning to read and write in secret by observing the writings of men with whom he worked and from the White children in the neighborhood
In a chalet in the Massachusetts countryside, tears run down Lucas Krump's cheeks as he pours his heart out at one of a new kind of support group growing in popularity among American men. "There were moments this year when I wanted to give up," the 40-year-old told the circle o. .
In a chalet in the Massachusetts countryside, tears run down Lucas Krump's cheeks as he pours his heart out at one of a new kind of support group growing in popularity among American men. "There were moments this year when I wanted to give up," the 40-year-old told the circle of participants, all tired of trying to live up to traditional male stereotypes. The dozen men - all white Americans ranging in age from their 20s to 60s - were leading a retreat run by Evryman, a group that helps men shrug off the armor of masculinity to get in touch with their true feelings.
Author: Pamela Toth
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Harlequin Books (March 1, 2000)
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