After her last relationship ended in the hospital, Lainey Eversman ditched Ohio to start fresh in a sleepy North Carolina town. Her tiny apartment above the Drunken Duck may be cramped, but she's ready to let her big dreams erase those bad memories. When she sprains her ankle, she reluctantly accepts Chris Harper's help to cut her last few ties to Ohio, though she dares not accept anything else from the sexy architect. The last thing she can trust is her instincts when it comes to men. Chris knew the fiery Lainey was his one and only the moment he set eyes on her. If only she'd let him get closer than arm's length. But their trip to Ohio cracks the walls shielding her vulnerability, and she finally, hesitantly, takes that last step into his arms. It's still going to be tough to convince her to give love a fighting chance-especially with an ex who won't take "go away" for an answer.
The prevailing rate of poverty in our societies has remained the concern of Individuals, Governments, NGO's, Financial Stakeholders and even Spiritual Institutions. Many agencies have come to floor this monster but the epidemic seems to have deferred all manner of solutions. The author expresses practical steps to apply to eradicate extreme poverty once and for all. He shows the way out of this paradox (poverty in the midst of plenty) by erecting three pillars of culture, people and leadership. He also goes further to connect potential to several power points, power links and power routes, in the bid to unlock the wealth of mankind. As you journey through this wealth of knowledge you are bound to experience enough power to move you to the next level. WHO SAYS THE POOR MUST STAY POOR remains a strategy for individual and corporate productivity.
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