Her job was to make him hit on her, so the agency's photographer could get proof of his infidelity. One incriminating photograph, and then she could walk away. Only walking away isn't as easy as she'd anticipated. One night of intense passion leaves Maggie with a host of memories... and nine months later, a baby she intends to keep secret from the man of her dreams. Dante thought he'd met someone special, but it turned out the sexy redhead had made a calculated play at seducing him purely because it was her job to do so. And he'd fallen for it, hook, line and sinker. When he runs into her again, two years later, sparks fly. He's angry, but he's also still passionately, obsessively in lust with her. When he discovers the baby she's kept secret, he is furious. How can he ever forgive her for what she's robbed him of? How can he raise a child with her, knowing how deceitful she is? And how can he still want her when he hates her so much?
Love is that magical feeling
In 1954 two year old Jackie Nash her parents and baby sister Nikki moved from St. Louis, Mo. to Cloverleaf a small subdivision, just over the bridge from Madison Illinois. When Jackie and Nikki started school they met Freddie in the alley behind their house Nikki was so excited Freddie was in Nikki's class. Becky lived next door to us and was in my class. Connie lived across the road and Tammy lived next door to Becky this was the beginning of the Cloverleaf Kids. Our lives were centered on Lil Rascals, Huckleberry Finn, Cowboys and Indians. The Cloverleaf Kids were a legend in our own right. These tales and adventures would be with us for the rest of our lives. The Cloverleaf Kids could be seen on summer mornings riding bicycles down the road I could be seen pulling the wagon behind my bicycle Freddie and I were the leaders of the pack scouting out the soda bottles and the kids riding behind us yelling Jackie and Freddie where are we going? I can still remember the sound of the soda bottles rattling in the wagon and the wheels on the bicycles turning in the gravel. My grandkids and daughter loved these stories when they were growing up. If you grew up in the 50's and 60's you might just read this adventurous book to reminisce about days gone by.
BABYLOVING is a comfortable and reassuring read to new parents. Hiag Akmakjian, as a Book of the Month Club author and an authority on babies and childhood development, explains in his new book how emotions grow in the first 36 months of life. Writing in a cheerful and conversational tone, he discusses, among many topics, how a baby learns to tolerate frustration. The importance of love and hugging in the baby's development. Where healthy self-esteem comes from. How compassion develops to help a baby become a more "human" and loving being.
I've written this book from few of my own experience of love, but not all poems are dedicated to what I've been through. Few of the poems that I've written is for those of you that is going through a tough breakup or a happy time with your significant one. There's a mixture of good love and heartbreaking love, we all are on a mission to find love, weather its for someone or ourselves.
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