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American Love Story by Adriana Herrera

Title American Love Story
Author Adriana Herrera
Publisher Carina Press
Release Date 2019-10-07
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781488053931
Language English, Spanish, and French
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No one should have to choose between love and justice. Haitian-born professor and activist Patrice Denis is not here for anything that will veer him off the path he’s worked so hard for. One particularly dangerous distraction: Easton Archer, the assistant district attorney who last summer gave Patrice some of the most intense nights of his life, and still makes him all but forget they’re from two completely different worlds. All-around golden boy Easton forged his own path to success, choosing public service over the comforts of his family’s wealth. With local law enforcement unfairly targeting young men of color, and his career—and conscience—on the line, now is hardly the time to be thirsting after Patrice again. Even if their nights together have turned into so much more. For the first time, Patrice is tempted to open up and embrace the happiness he’s always denied himself. But as tensions between the community and the sheriff’s office grow by the day, Easton’s personal and professional lives collide. And when the issue at hand hits closer to home than either could imagine, they’ll have to work to forge a path forward…together. One-click with confidence. This title is part of the Carina Press Romance Promise: all the romance you’re looking for with an HEA/HFN. It’s a promise! This book is approximately 95,000 words

Title An American Love Story
Author Rona Jaffe
Publisher Dell
Release Date 2014-11-26
Category Fiction
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9780804154017
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Four smart women . . . and their foolish choice. In love with the same man. The wrong man. Women found him so easy to love. Clay Bowen had it all—charisma, good looks, and power in the glamorous world of television. Laura, the delicate dancer, gave up her dazzling career to marry him and have his child. Nina excelled at everything—except capturing her father’s complete attention. Bambi, his ruthless young “assistant,” thought she was using him. And Susan, a brilliant writer, couldn’t bear to think their twenty-year bicoastal romance was too good to be true. In her most riveting novel since The Best of Everything, Rona Jaffe weaves a compelling story of passion and obsession. Moving from the glittering capitals of the world and the epicenter of the TV and movie industries to the darkest depths of the human heart, she holds her readers captive to the very last page. Praise for An American Love Story “Jaffe comprehends the ambivalence of women in love like few other contemporary novelists.”—New Woman “Compelling . . . a novel of growth, despair, destruction and realization—a novel to read and have a daughter read.”—UPI “Savvy and sharp.”—St. Petersburg Times “Thoughtful, provocative.”—San Antonio Express-News

George Barbara Bush by Ellie LeBlond Sosa

Title George Barbara Bush
Author Ellie LeBlond Sosa
Publisher Down East Books
Release Date 2018-06-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781608939749
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“To begin with I was in love and I am in love so that’s not hard,” Barbara Bush told her granddaughter Ellie LeBlond Sosa on her porch in Kennebunkport, Maine. Sosa had asked for the secret to her and President George H.W. Bush's 77-year love affair that withstood World War II separation, a leap of faith into the oil fields of West Texas, the painful loss of a child, a political climb to the highest office, and after the White House, the transition back to a “normal” life. Through a lifetime’s worth of letters, photographs, and stories, Sosa and coauthor Kelly Anne Chase paint the portrait of the enduring relationship of George and Barbara Bush. Sharing intimate interviews with the Bushes and family friends, this is a never-before-seen look into the private life of a very public couple.

Super Sad True Love Story by Gary Shteyngart

Title Super Sad True Love Story
Author Gary Shteyngart
Publisher Random House
Release Date 2010-07-27
Category Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9780679603597
Language English, Spanish, and French
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A deliciously dark tale of America’s dysfunctional coming years—and the timeless and tender feelings that just might bring us back from the brink. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY The New York Times • The Washington Post • The Boston Globe • San Francisco Chronicle • The Seattle Times • O: The Oprah Magazine • Maureen Corrigan, NPR • Salon • Slate • Minneapolis Star Tribune • St. Louis Post-Dispatch • The Kansas City Star • Charlotte Observer • The Globe and Mail • Vancouver Sun • Montreal Gazette • Kirkus Reviews In the near future, America is crushed by a financial crisis and our patient Chinese creditors may just be ready to foreclose on the whole mess. Then Lenny Abramov, son of an Russian immigrant janitor and ardent fan of “printed, bound media artifacts” (aka books), meets Eunice Park, an impossibly cute Korean American woman with a major in Images and a minor in Assertiveness. Could falling in love redeem a planet falling apart?

American Philosophy by John Kaag

Title American Philosophy
Author John Kaag
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release Date 2016-10-11
Category Philosophy
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780374713119
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The epic wisdom contained in a lost library helps the author turn his life around John Kaag is a dispirited young philosopher at sea in his marriage and his career when he stumbles upon West Wind, a ruin of an estate in the hinterlands of New Hampshire that belonged to the eminent Harvard philosopher William Ernest Hocking. Hocking was one of the last true giants of American philosophy and a direct intellectual descendent of William James, the father of American philosophy and psychology, with whom Kaag feels a deep kinship. It is James’s question “Is life worth living?” that guides this remarkable book. The books Kaag discovers in the Hocking library are crawling with insects and full of mold. But he resolves to restore them, as he immediately recognizes their importance. Not only does the library at West Wind contain handwritten notes from Whitman and inscriptions from Frost, but there are startlingly rare first editions of Hobbes, Descartes, and Kant. As Kaag begins to catalog and read through these priceless volumes, he embarks on a thrilling journey that leads him to the life-affirming tenets of American philosophy—self-reliance, pragmatism, and transcendence—and to a brilliant young Kantian who joins him in the restoration of the Hocking books. Part intellectual history, part memoir, American Philosophy is ultimately about love, freedom, and the role that wisdom can play in turning one’s life around.

Title The President Mrs Reagan
Author Gigi Benson
Publisher Harry N Abrams Incorporated
Release Date 2003-03-12
Category Photography
Total Pages 79
ISBN IND:30000095338384
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A photojournalist presents photographs of Ronald and Nancy Reagan, from the gubernatorial campaign in 1966 through 1998, and recounts his experiences while taking the pictures and his observations of their relationship.

Title A World War II Era German American Love Story
Author Melvin R. Bielawski
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2005
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 212
ISBN 1420810944
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What if you were slowly losing your rights and privileges right from under your nose and didn't know it? What if you partially funded the ability for this to happen and didn't know it? What if you figured it out but couldn't convince others to believe you? Molly Everett found herself in this very situation. From the depths of a lowly position with a lottery commission, to the heights of the largest double cross in American history, Molly found herself in too deep. What if the price of preserving our most basic of guaranteed freedoms were too high for anyone to pay? What if America as we know it became a distant memory? What if?

Title The Tragic Tale of Turkey Boy
Author Andy Fish
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 2007
Category Comic books, strips, etc
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781605855554
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bess Harry by Jhan Robbins

Title Bess Harry
Author Jhan Robbins
Publisher Putnam Publishing Group
Release Date 1980
Category Presidents
Total Pages 194
ISBN UCAL:B3908942
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A chronicle of the marriage of Bess and Harry Truman focuses on their enduring personal relationship and on Bess's considerable influence on and support of her husband's political career

Love Story by Anonim

Title Love Story
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2015
Category Popular music
Total Pages 86
ISBN OCLC:1200234904
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An American Love Story by Brent Staples

Title An American Love Story
Author Brent Staples
Publisher Random House Trade
Release Date 1999-09-01
Category Current Events
Total Pages 352
ISBN 0375502998
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The companion volume to a landmark, ten-hour PBS documentary: the story of Bill Sims, Karen Wilson, and their two children, a loving American family building a life at the intersection of two legacies of race and identity, one black, the other white.

First Comes Marriage by Huda Al-Marashi

Title First Comes Marriage
Author Huda Al-Marashi
Publisher Prometheus Books
Release Date 2018-11-13
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 297
ISBN 9781633884472
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A candid, heartfelt love story set in contemporary California that challenges the idea of what it means to be American, liberated, and in love When Huda meets Hadi, the boy she will ultimately marry, she is six years old. Both are the American-born children of Iraqi immigrants, who grew up on opposite ends of California. Hadi considers Huda his childhood sweetheart, the first and only girl he's ever loved, but Huda needs proof that she is more than just the girl Hadi's mother has chosen for her son. She wants what many other American girls have--the entertainment culture's almost singular tale of chance meetings, defying the odds, and falling in love. She wants stolen kisses, romantic dates, and a surprise proposal. As long as she has a grand love story, Huda believes no one will question if her marriage has been arranged. But when Huda and Hadi's conservative Muslim families forbid them to go out alone before their wedding, Huda must navigate her way through the despair of unmet expectations and dashed happily-ever-after ideals. Eventually she comes to understand the toll of straddling two cultures in a marriage and the importance of reconciling what you dreamed of with the life you eventually live. Tender, honest and irresistibly compelling, First Comes Marriage is the first Muslim-American memoir dedicated to the themes of love and sexuality. Huda and Hadi's story brilliantly circles around a series of firsts, chronicling two virgins moving through their first everything: first hand holding, first kiss, and first sexual encounter. First Comes Marriage is an almost unbearably humanizing tale that tucks into our hearts and lingers in our imagination, while also challenging long-standing taboos within the Muslim community and the romantic stereotypes we unknowingly carry within us that sabotage some of our best chances for finding true love.

Sex And Circumcision by Eric Clopper

Title SEX and CIRCUMCISION
Author Eric Clopper
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-04-22
Category
Total Pages 169
ISBN 1095493159
Language English, Spanish, and French
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On May 1, 2018, Eric Clopper premiered his one-man play 'Sex & Circumcision: An American Love Story' at Harvard University. This book contains the entire transcript of the play, annotated with additional lines and pictures throughout. In the book-version of Clopper's performance, he takes you through what he dubs "Clopper's Five Censored Facts." You get a crash course in Judaic and American history surrounding circumcision, understand the true functions and value of the foreskin, and then he eviscerates the credibility of America's "scientific" and media communities, exposing the dark ideology that underpins so many of our once-trusted American institutions. The show climaxes in an unapologetic declaration of war on baby mutilation and those who dare perpetuate it and ends with an impassioned appeal to the one thing we all have in common: our shared humanity. Harvard University stoked their book-burning flames with their own free speech policy immediately following the show's public release. Within 24 hours of the online release of Clopper's show, Harvard fired Clopper for his performance despite his show's incredible reception within the Harvard community and online. Now you can read the show "they don't want you to see" in paperback format. Enjoy.

A Pho Love Story by Loan Le

Title A Pho Love Story
Author Loan Le
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2021-02-09
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9781534441958
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Dimple Met Rishi meets Ugly Delicious in this funny, smart romantic comedy, in which two Vietnamese-American teens fall in love and must navigate their newfound relationship amid their families’ age-old feud about their competing, neighboring restaurants. If Bao Nguyen had to describe himself, he’d say he was a rock. Steady and strong, but not particularly interesting. His grades are average, his social status unremarkable. He works at his parents’ pho restaurant, and even there, he is his parents’ fifth favorite employee. Not ideal. If Linh Mai had to describe herself, she’d say she was a firecracker. Stable when unlit, but full of potential for joy and fire. She loves art and dreams pursuing a career in it. The only problem? Her parents rely on her in ways they’re not willing to admit, including working practically full-time at her family’s pho restaurant. For years, the Mais and the Nguyens have been at odds, having owned competing, neighboring pho restaurants. Bao and Linh, who’ve avoided each other for most of their lives, both suspect that the feud stems from feelings much deeper than friendly competition. But then a chance encounter brings Linh and Bao in the same vicinity despite their best efforts and sparks fly, leading them both to wonder what took so long for them to connect. But then, of course, they immediately remember. Can Linh and Bao find love in the midst of feuding families and complicated histories?

Baking With Bruno by Bruno Feldeisen

Title Baking with Bruno
Author Bruno Feldeisen
Publisher Whitecap Books
Release Date 2020-09
Category
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1770503323
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In 1988, Chef Bruno Feldeisen embarked on a search of new horizons, open spaces and new flavors, and landed in New York. That started a journey on a North American love story where he cooked alongside chefs from every walk of life, in cities as vibrant as his curiosity. In Baking with Bruno, Feldeisen begins teaching the fundamentals of making pastries, doughs and more along with the basic items found in a pastry chef's pantry as well as a list of all the tools of the trade. Baking with Bruno then proceeds to reveal extraordinary recipes for jams, sauces, cookies, mousse, custards and cakes. Recipes include: Rhubarb Compote, Chocolate and Pistachio Snaps, Halva Pecan Biscotti, Cranberry Clafouti, Flourless Almond Chocolate Cake and more. "This book of recipes documents my discovery of North American food culture in the context of my French culinary background. Going from a distinct old-world culture with very defined culinary rules to a land where anything seemed possible -- especially for newcomers -- made my exploration all the sweeter. This is my ode to that delightful journey." (Bruno Feldeisen)

American White Trash by M. L. Becker

Title American White Trash
Author M. L. Becker
Publisher iUniverse
Release Date 2011-11-21
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1462052355
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Teenager, Marilyn Patterson is a stunning beauty, and she knows it. Born in New Hampshire to a family of impoverished women, she quickly figures out what she needs to do to survive. Marilyn is nothing but bored as she and her sister smoke their Marlboros, and watch the hicks walk by at the towns Fourth of July celebration. Just as she sits on the steps of the railroad station a handsome boy approaches and changes her life forever. Tyrone Sullivan is a self- confident college student from a large middle-class family. Marilyn lives in a small cabin full of empty bottles and overflowing ashtrays along with her sisters and her alcoholic mother. Even though their lives could not be more different, Ty and Marilyn can only see each other and immerse themselves in a passionate relationship. But when reality closes in, Ty reluctantly lets Marilyn go, sending her back into a world of fast drug deals and even faster men. Marilyns life comes full circle when she arrives back to the same small town several years later. Now she must decide if she wants to take back the man she has spent years trying to forget.

John Abigail Adams by Judith St. George

Title John Abigail Adams
Author Judith St. George
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2001
Category Married people
Total Pages 147
ISBN 043940472X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Explores the unique partnership of American statesman John Adams and his wife Abigail, using excerpts from the couples letters.

Langhorn And Mary by Priscilla Stone Sharp

Title Langhorn and Mary
Author Priscilla Stone Sharp
Publisher Amber Books
Release Date 2003-01-01
Category History
Total Pages 462
ISBN 0972751904
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A rich, powerful, and intriguing true story of Langhorn, an African-American man and Mary, a German-American woman. Both born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 20 miles from Philadelphia, they are common working folks, inextricably caught in the maelstrom of significant events and issues of the day--slavery, abolition, the Underground Railroad, prejudice, racism, and the Civil War.

The Ten Thousand Mile Thread by Linda Harvill Strother

Title The Ten Thousand Mile Thread
Author Linda Harvill Strother
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-03-13
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 1734651504
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A young Chinese wife is separated from her husband when he goes to America to work for his uncle in Augusta, Georgia. When he does not return home five years later, she takes a ship from Hong Kong to San Francisco without asking permission from the family patriarch or telling her husband's family that she is leaving. Her husband's eldest uncle, who makes all decisions for the family stops her in San Francisco and orders her to return to China. Furthermore, he orders her husband to divorce her because she is disobedient. She escapes the uncle determined to take a train across the United States to get to Georgia. Tong gangs and dangerous white miners block her way, but she perseveres until she reaches her gold. On her arrival she finds her husband is caught between her desire to stay married and his family's threat to disown him if he does not divorce her. Her impetuous flight has jeopardized the marriage she was trying to revive. Can this Chinese couple stay together and find a way to satisfy their family? Will the invisible thread tying them together stretch 10,000 miles? Set in China and America at the end of the nineteenth century, this novel is based on historical facts about Augusta, Georgia's first Chinese residents.

American Princess by Leslie Carroll

Title American Princess
Author Leslie Carroll
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2018-04-24
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780062859440
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A behind-the-scenes look into the life of Meghan Markle and her romance with Prince Harry—a dishy, delightful must-read filled with exclusive insights for anyone obsessed with the Royal Family. Leslie Carroll’s books on royalty are “an irresistible combination of People Magazine and the History Channel.”—Chicago Tribune When Prince Harry of Wales took his American girlfriend, Meghan Markle, to have tea with his grandmother the queen, avid royal watchers had a hunch that a royal wedding was not far off. That prediction came true on November 27, 2017, when the gorgeous, glamorous twosome announced their engagement to the world. As they prepare to tie the knot in a stunning ceremony on May 19, 2018, that will be unprecedented in royal history, people are clamoring to know more about the beautiful American who captured Prince Harry’s heart. Born and raised in Los Angeles to a white father of German, English, and Irish descent and an African American mother whose ancestors had been enslaved on a Georgia plantation, Meghan has proudly embraced her biracial heritage. In addition to being a star of the popular television series Suits, she is devoted to her humanitarian work—a passion she shares with Harry. Though Meghan was married once before, Prince Harry is a modern royal, and the Windsors have welcomed her into the tight-knit clan they call “The Firm.” Even a generation ago, it would have been unthinkable, as well as impermissible, for any member of Great Britain’s royal family to consider marrying someone like Meghan. Professional actresses were considered scandalous and barely respectable. And the last time an American divorcee married into the Royal Family, it provoked a constitutional crisis! In American Princess, Leslie Carroll provides context to Harry and Meghan’s romance by leading readers through centuries of Britain’s rule-breaking royal marriages, as well as the love matches that were never permitted to make it to the altar; followed by a never-before-seen glimpse into the little-known life of the woman bringing the Royal Family into the 21st century; and her dazzling, thoroughly modern romance with Prince Harry.