Finding His Family

having no effect on his pitch now. “You couldn't have hidden a marriage from me. I find out about every legal transaction of any importance in Adams County.” “That's because we didn't get married in Adams County.


Author: Christina Miller

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781488071188

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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Can he be the man she needs him to be? Now that he’s found them, he can’t let them go. The last person Abe Armstrong thought would walk through the door of his gym is Rosemary Williams, the woman he secretly married as a teen. Even more surprising is the little girl at her side—his daughter. It’s been four years since Abe and Rosemary broke each other’s hearts…and he hopes this time will be different. But first Abe must prove he’s father and husband material. From Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.

Finding Family

He rested his cheek on her hair. “Your family certainly does expect a lot of you.” “No more than any family, I guess.” He was silent for a moment, and she regretted the way she'd phrased her answer. Since he'd grown up without his ...


Author: Gina Wilkins

Publisher: Silhouette

ISBN: 9781426815096

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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Her family drove her nuts. As the only sane one in a group of crazy relatives and friends, Rachel Madison was calm, comforting…and desperatley needed someone to care for her. Her interior-design work was her refuge, and her latest client, Dr. Mark Thomas, a sexy solitary man, tempted her to go beyond a purely business relationship. Then a knock on Mark's door introduced him to a brother—and a family—he'd known nothing about. Suddenly his predictable world was askew—and only Rachel could ease his confusion. But dare she risk involvement with a man who didn't know his past…and who wondered about his future?

Finding the Family in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland

Baillies about the expected and actual gender roles of husbands and wives and the functioning of family and kin. We shall find that simple 'facts' are far from simple; family members worked hard to disseminate favourable interpretations ...


Author: Elizabeth Ewan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351936439

Category: History

Page: 206

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In this interdisciplinary collaboration, an international group of scholars have come together to suggest new directions for the study of the family in Scotland circa 1300-1750. Contributors apply tools from across a range of disciplines including art history, literature, music, gender studies, anthropology, history and religious studies to assess creatively the broad range of sources which inform our understanding of the pre-modern Scottish family. A central purpose of this volume is to encourage further studies in this area by highlighting the types of sources available, as well as actively engaging in broader historiographical debates to demonstrate how important and effective family studies are to advancing our understanding of the past. Articles in the first section demonstrate the richness and variety of sources that exist for studies of the Scottish family. These essays clearly highlight the uniqueness, feasibility and value of family studies for pre-industrial Scotland. The second and third sections expand upon the arguments made in part one to demonstrate the importance of family studies for engaging in broader historiographical issues. The focus of section two is internal to the family. These articles assess specific family roles and how they interact with broader social forces/issues. In the final section the authors explore issues of kinship ties (an issue particularly associated with popular images of Scotland) to examine how family networks are used as a vehicle for social organization.

Your Loved Ones Yourself Finding and Raising the Family Within

But where George had been successful , easily finding a good career , stability , and happiness in life , Kathleen struggled . ... George did his best , but he had a family and a career that demanded most of his time and energy .


Author: Wil Langford

Publisher: Your Loved Ones, Your Self

ISBN: 0741439557

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 266

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Finding a Family

Bestselling author Judy Christenberry kicks off another great month with Finding a Family (SR #1762). In this sweet romance, a down-toearth cowboy goes “shopping” for the perfect woman for his father but instead finds himself the target ...


Author: Judy Christenberry

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781460354612

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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Ranch hunk Hank Brownlee wanted only two things from his new housekeeper—companionship for his grieving father and some stick-to-your-ribs country cooking. What he got was something altogether different. "Matron" he'd hired sight unseen turned out to be a blonde dynamo and a single mom. True, Maggie Woodward was a widow and she sure could cook, but she was also young and beautiful! And it wasn't long before Maggie and her little tyke had Hank's world turned upside down and his heartstrings twisted all around their dainty fingers…. Now all Hank had to do was convince his wary little widow that happily-ever-after was worth the risk!

Finding Me in the Midst of It All

a family. I was overjoyed at his help with our newborn and our other children. During the night, he would get up and check on our newborn child while I slept. I would wake up in the mornings and find him with our newborn lying on his ...


Author: Ruth Gold

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781973651789

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 126

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After thirty years of being in an unhealthy relationship and marriage, Ruth Gold decided that she had had enough. She went through many years of ups and downs with her husband regarding hope, love, religious beliefs, and having children. Despite all the challenges she endured, she stayed in the marriage until she gained the strength to pick herself up and leave. Ruth Gold hopes that by sharing her testimony, she will encourage women of all ages who are dealing with the same kinds of problems to be able to seek a relationship with God, who will lead and direct them in living a happier and healthier life. In Finding Me in the Midst of It All, Ruth Gold discusses about choosing the wrong mate, settling for a relationship despite what you know or find out, surviving adulterous affairs and children born from those affairs, breaking the cycle of repeated affairs, feeling as if you are trapped with no way out, and most of all, establishing a relationship with God and following his voice instead of a man’s.

Finding the Right Time

You just consider yourself part of the family.” She smiled and passed her a plate of food. Rafe looked at his grandmother with surprise. It was as though she didn't want to find out Lily's story. “Gran, we need to find out if she has a ...


Author: Stephanie Payne Hurt

Publisher: Horseshoe Publishing


Category: Fiction

Page: 198

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Can dreams tell you about your past life? When Lily moves to Savannah to start her new career she moves into the very house she’s dreamed about since childhood. The landlord is a little too familiar and the cemetery on the property carries memories from her past. When she slips into the past everything comes back, even the man from her dreams. Can Rafe keep her in the past or will she slip from him again? Will their love transcend time? This is a hauntingly sweet romance that will keep you guessing until the end. He bowed his head and shook it from side to side. “I don’t understand how a man that’s been dead for over one hundred years can just take over your heart. How can you even think about going back to him? If you love me, how can you love him too?”

The Apache Peoples

with an area and most likely with the family. Marrying someone from a neighboring, but unrelated family, the wife could easily find local food sources and the husband would be knowledgeable about local game.7 In arranged marriages, ...


Author: Jessica Dawn Palmer

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476601953

Category: History

Page: 328

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This book presents a comprehensive history of the seven Apache tribes, tracing them from their genetic origins in Asia and their migration through the continent to the Southwest. The work covers their social history, verbal traditions and mores. The final section delineates the recorded history starting with the Spanish expedition of 1541 through the Civil War.

Survival on the Margins

from his loved ones. Often families sent their young men, all men, or all youth out of harm's way temporarily. Locating separated family members in the new Soviet territories was an especially difficult task, because refugees were often ...


Author: Eliyana R. Adler

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674250468

Category: History

Page: 384

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The forgotten story of 200,000 Polish Jews who escaped the Holocaust as refugees stranded in remote corners of the USSR. Between 1940 and 1946, about 200,000 Jewish refugees from Poland lived and toiled in the harsh Soviet interior. They endured hard labor, bitter cold, and extreme deprivation. But out of reach of the Nazis, they escaped the fate of millions of their coreligionists in the Holocaust. Survival on the Margins is the first comprehensive account in English of their experiences. The refugees fled Poland after the German invasion in 1939 and settled in the Soviet territories newly annexed under the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. Facing hardship, and trusting little in Stalin, most spurned the offer of Soviet citizenship and were deported to labor camps in unoccupied areas of the east. They were on their own, in a forbidding wilderness thousands of miles from home. But they inadvertently escaped Hitler’s 1941 advance into the Soviet Union. While war raged and Europe’s Jews faced genocide, the refugees were permitted to leave their settlements after the Soviet government agreed to an amnesty. Most spent the remainder of the war coping with hunger and disease in Soviet Central Asia. When they were finally allowed to return to Poland in 1946, they encountered the devastation of the Holocaust, and many stopped talking about their own ordeals, their stories eventually subsumed within the central Holocaust narrative. Drawing on untapped memoirs and testimonies of the survivors, Eliyana Adler rescues these important stories of determination and suffering on behalf of new generations.