Dianna is an escape artist. Well, not really, but she's known to always take the easy way out of situations and people who only confuse her and make her life crazier than it already is. As she runs away on her wedding day, she runs into Dylan, her first love, the man she lost her virginity to, and a man whom she ran away from five years ago, as well. Dylan loves Dianna. He always had and when he found out that she was getting married, he did not hesitate to come to church and see her-even for the last time. He didn't know what his plans were but knew that he just had to be there, and maybe say goodbye to the woman he once loved; the woman he still actually loves. But fate has other plans and Dianna comes back to his life again. Dianna still has not forgotten Dylan and all their escapades and moments together: Times when they'd get stuck in traffic and would play with each other, times when they'd travel and dream together, and that one night when they finally did it. Seeing him now after all these years makes her want to forget about the present and just delve into the unknown-with Dylan by her side. The question is: Is she going to stay? Or is she just going to escape again? "Stay the Night" is a story about second chances, and roads not taken. As Dylan and Dianna's lives are once again thrown towards each other by fate, they are going to see if the spark that they once had can still be ignited. A story of passion, love, and everything else in between, "Stay the Night" will surely make you get in touch with your sexy side and fall in love once more.
This book is the perfect cure for feeling old. It offers a fresh take on aging with a lot of practical advice. There are suggestions and solutions to avoid behaviors that may make you appear older than your chronological age. Written by a highly qualified adviser in a common-sense style, this book is a resource and a must-read for anyone with an aging partner or relative. Most middle-aged peple hate getting older. This book makes suggestions for meeting the challenges of aging. Part I draws attention to negative habits and behaviors that may develop as one ages. Each chapter contains suggestions on making positive changes. Part II raises more serious concerns and gives examples of how getting older may bring freedom from certain preoccupations. At minimum, this book provides ideas to consider whether you are a boomer or a pre-boomer. And if you are a youthful fifty-plus-year-old, you may want to read this book for more insight into the behavior of your older partner, parent or relative.
Cecilia Murray has been wishing for a dog for as long as she can remember. And when a cute pug named Potato is brought in to Orphan Paws, the shelter where she volunteers, she knows he is the dog she's been waiting for. There's just one problem: Eric Chung -- a popular, arrogant boy from school -- adopts Potato first. What's worse, he hopes to train the little tater to become a show-dog superstar. Cecilia knows that Potato is not cut out for a life of sparkly collars and snobby judges, so she sets out to sabotage Eric's plans.
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