The Assistant

The Assistant
Title The Assistant PDF eBook
Author Brace
Publisher
Total Pages
Release 2016-11-24
Genre
ISBN 9781680307689

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"You better be wearing sexy lingerie! Late nights alone in the office with a sex god? I think I can predict what's going to happen." Down on her luck, Emily Johnson, a beautiful and strong willed woman, finally catches a break when she gets the job she's been eyeing. The only problem is... her boss. Not only is he a spoiled and arrogant bastard who's used to getting what he wants, but he's also a workaholic who works long nights and early mornings. And his only means of escape: women. At twenty five years old, billionaire Adrian Kingston has just found himself the perfect assistant. A sassy and smart woman who seems to be the only one immune to his playboy charms. Normally, he gets what he wants, and who he wants, anytime he wants. So imagine his surprise (and frustration) when his assistant Emily, rejects him each time he makes a move. What is it about this girl that drives him to keep trying? Could he just be trying to maintain his reputation of being irresistible? Or is he really falling in love with the assistant? This story follows the emotional rollercoaster between a boss and his assistant, and the journey they undertake is one that will be sure to make you laugh and cry. Grab your copy now!

The Man in the Gray Flannel Skirt

The Man in the Gray Flannel Skirt
Title The Man in the Gray Flannel Skirt PDF eBook
Author Jon-Jon Goulian
Publisher Random House Digital, Inc.
Total Pages 0
Release 2011
Genre Androgyny (Psychology)
ISBN 9781400068111

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For fans of Sean Wilsey's "Oh the Glory of It All," and the hilarious neuroticism of "Portnoy's Complaint" comes an entertaining and unflinchingly honest memoir about an unforgettable and unique coming-of-age.

Mrs. Bridge

Mrs. Bridge
Title Mrs. Bridge PDF eBook
Author Evan S. Connell
Publisher Catapult
Total Pages 256
Release 2010-01-10
Genre Fiction
ISBN 1582438498

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"Again and again. . . I find myself being a Mrs. Bridge evangelist, telling them that it’s a perfect novel, and then pressing copies on them. . . What writing! Economical, piquant, beautiful, true." —Meg Wolitzer, The New York Times In Mrs. Bridge, Evan S. Connell, a consummate storyteller, artfully crafts a portrait using the finest of details in everyday events and confrontations. The novel is comprised of vignettes, images, fragments of conversations, events—all building powerfully toward the completed group portrait of a family, closely knit on the surface but deeply divided by loneliness, boredom, misunderstandings, isolation, sexual longing, and terminal isolation. In this special fiftieth anniversary edition, we are reminded once again why Mrs. Bridge has been hailed by readers and critics alike as one of the greatest novels in American literature.

My Life with Bob

My Life with Bob
Title My Life with Bob PDF eBook
Author Pamela Paul
Publisher Henry Holt
Total Pages 256
Release 2017-05-02
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 1627796312

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"For twenty-eight years, Pamela Paul has been keeping a diary that records the books she reads, rather than the life she leads. Or does it? Over time, it's become clear that this Book of Books, or Bob, as she calls him, tells a much bigger story. For Paul, as for many readers, books reflect her inner life--her fantasies and hopes, her dreams and ideas. And her life, in turn, influences which books she chooses, whether for solace or escape, diversion or self-reflection, information or entertainment. My Life with Bob isn't about what's in those books; it's about the relationship between books and readers"--

The Little Book of a Jesus Marriage

The Little Book of a Jesus Marriage
Title The Little Book of a Jesus Marriage PDF eBook
Author Steve H. Mano
Publisher WestBow Press
Total Pages 96
Release 2019-06-19
Genre Religion
ISBN 1973663929

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God created the beautiful union of marriage since creation. Marriage has such a profound, deeper meaning than what is being witnessed today. Just before Jesus went to the cross, he made a covenant of marriage and it’s meaning for his bride. This book is full of insight of how Jesus’s covenant directly relates to everyone’s marriage, so enjoy the freshest bread and finest wine of the new marriage. His new covenant promise to the church falls into place when we see it from a marriage perspective. As we wait for the groom’s return, we can have joy in knowing he is making room for us with our Heavenly Father. His new covenant promises and assures us of that. Your own marriage can be blessed if you follow his lead in his Word. It will help guide you through your marriage and family rearing. Everything has its sort and order and is happening before our eyes. Be watchful and ready and awake. Fill your lamps with oil for he is coming without warning—the most anxious anticipation for those in love and abiding.

Mercy Street

Mercy Street
Title Mercy Street PDF eBook
Author Jennifer Haigh
Publisher HarperCollins
Total Pages 352
Release 2022-02-01
Genre Fiction
ISBN 0062414747

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NATIONAL BESTSELLER “Ms. Haigh is an expertly nuanced storyteller long overdue for major attention. Her work is gripping, real, and totally immersive, akin to that of writers as different as Richard Price, Richard Ford, and Richard Russo.”—Janet Maslin, New York Times The highly praised, “extraordinary” (New York Times Book Review) novel about the disparate lives that intersect at a women’s clinic in Boston, by New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Haigh For almost a decade, Claudia has counseled patients at Mercy Street, a clinic in the heart of the city. The work is consuming, the unending dramas of women in crisis. For its patients, Mercy Street offers more than health care; for many, it is a second chance. But outside the clinic, the reality is different. Anonymous threats are frequent. A small, determined group of anti-abortion demonstrators appears each morning at its door. As the protests intensify, fear creeps into Claudia’s days, a humming anxiety she manages with frequent visits to Timmy, an affable pot dealer in the midst of his own existential crisis. At Timmy’s, she encounters a random assortment of customers, including Anthony, a lost soul who spends most of his life online, chatting with the mysterious Excelsior11—the screenname of Victor Prine, an anti-abortion crusader who has set his sights on Mercy Street and is ready to risk it all for his beliefs. Mercy Street is a novel for right now, a story of the polarized American present. Jennifer Haigh, “an expert natural storyteller with a keen sense of her characters’ humanity” (New York Times), has written a groundbreaking novel, a fearless examination of one of the most divisive issues of our time.

Fundamental Orthopedic Management for the Physical Therapist Assistant - E-Book

Fundamental Orthopedic Management for the Physical Therapist Assistant - E-Book
Title Fundamental Orthopedic Management for the Physical Therapist Assistant - E-Book PDF eBook
Author Gary A. Shankman
Publisher Elsevier Health Sciences
Total Pages 535
Release 2010-10-01
Genre Medical
ISBN 0323291597

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More than 30 new contributors participated in this new edition, allowing you to learn from experts in each field. Unique! Rheumatic Disorders chapter covers disorders such as arthritis, gout, fibromyalgia, and systemic lupus erythematosus, including pathophysiology, a description of the inflammation, and pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions. Unique! Pain and Pain Syndromes chapter covers types of pain, pain mechanisms, its measurement, and its management. Unique! Bracing, Orthotics, and Prosthetics chapter outlines the types of materials used to construct braces, orthotics, and prosthetics; the use of each unit by anatomic area; their biomechanics; the indications and contraindications for each; as well as an introduction to amputation.