Best Anna Scott books
Luke (A Redemption Romance Book 1)
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When a Dallas policeman and veteran loses his best friend to suicide, he's determined to show his friend's sister that they belong together, not only in grief but in good times. But showing her they're more than friends won't be easy.
Luke Jackson, Dallas policeman, has seen death before. But this time, it's his best friend Nolan who's dead--by his own hand. Leaving Luke to comfort Nolan's younger sister, the woman Luke left behind when he and Nolan enlisted in the Armed Forces together. Luke will do anything for Aurora … except walk away again. This time, he's by her side to stay.
Aurora Williams lost her father, then her mother, leaving only her big brother to comfort her. Now he's gone, and she's not sure how to bear the pain. Nolan's friends step up, five strong, alpha men grieving along with her. Luke especially--but when he moves in with her, is it for more than comfort? Aurora has been in love with him most of her life, but now she's afraid of reading him wrong. Does he feel the way she does?
As trouble strikes, Luke is enraged that Aurora may be in danger. But when he comes on too strong, has he lost her for good? Or can they find their way from friends to lovers, and beyond?
Don't miss this sexy, poignant tale of love redeemed—get your copy of Luke today!
Jake (A Redemption Romance) (Volume 2)
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Little Money Bible: The Ten Laws of Abundance
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I Got To Tell You Something
Anna Jacobs Scott
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Treasure the Knight
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This fabulous set includes four new, never before published novellas written by bestselling authors –
A Knight's Protection by LAUREL O'DONNELL –
A healer and outcast, Lia discovers a dying Templar knight who entrusts her with an important treasure and elicits her promise to protect it. Kade de Claremont returns home upon news of his mother’s death only to find his father is searching for a mythical treasure. Lia and Kade must join together to keep the treasure from his father, but secrets and trust come between them to sabotage their growing attraction.
Her Gallant Knight by CATHERINE KEAN –
A humiliating childhood incident made Lady Amelia Bainbridge vow to avoid Lord Ryder Stanbury. Yet, years later, Ryder comes to her rescue. Shocked to recognize her ring, he realizes she’s connected somehow to the Templar treasure he and fellow knights brought back to England—riches that not only bring him and Amelia a second chance at love but deadly secrets.
Highland Covenant by BJ SCOTT –
Entrusted with a piece of the famed Templar treasure, Francois de Valier is determined to see it safely to Roslyn Castle. The quest takes him into the heart of the Scottish Highlands where a reunion takes place with a friend from his past, along with a shocking turn of events that could cost him everything, including his life.
Knightly Dreams by ANNA MARKLAND -
Peter Bateson is an accomplished graduate student whose doctoral thesis proves conclusively that the Templar treasure no longer exists. (Sorry Dan Brown). His well-researched theories and his comfortable lifestyle are challenged when he meets Susie, a university drop out who insists the treasure still exists because the Templar Knight who visits her dreams told her so.
International Finance, Transactions, Policy, and Regulation, 19th (University Casebook Series)
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Last Stop on Market Street
Matt de la Peña
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A 2016 Caldecott Honor Book
A 2016 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor Book
A New York Times Book Review Notable Children's Book of 2015
A Wall Street Journal Best Children's Book of 2015
Every Sunday after church, CJ and his grandma ride the bus across town. But today, CJ wonders why they don't own a car like his friend Colby. Why doesn’t he have an iPod like the boys on the bus? How come they always have to get off in the dirty part of town? Each question is met with an encouraging answer from grandma, who helps him see the beauty—and fun—in their routine and the world around them.
This energetic ride through a bustling city highlights the wonderful perspective only grandparent and grandchild can share, and comes to life through Matt de la Pena’s vibrant text and Christian Robinson’s radiant illustrations.
SowHow: A Modern Guide to Grow-Your-Own Veg
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When you’re growing vegetables for the first time, it can be hard to know where to start and even harder to find simple, understandable advice. Enter SowHow – the innovative guide for the modern gardener. Featuring a fresh, bright design and clear-cut instructions, it includes entries on more than 30 easy-grow vegetables to sow throughout the seasons, from kale to runner beans and carrots to cucamelons. SowHow breaks down the key steps of sowing, planting, and harvesting each featured vegetable into bite-sized chunks with smart infographics, and covers everything from top tools and crop rotations to uncomplicated compost and mulches.
Dare to Dream: Coretta Scott King and the Civil Rights Movement (Rainbow Biography)
Angela Shelf Medearis
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"A readable account of the life of Coretta Scott King... this biography shows her to be a courageous woman who can stand on her own merit, and not just as the wife of one of the world's most well-known men."
—School Library Journal
From her childhood encounters with discrimination to her activism as an adult, Coretta Scott King dreamed of finding a place where people were treated equally. This compelling biography tells how she joined her husband, the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. to lead protest marches and stand up to prejudice and violence.
Complete Piano Rags (Dover Music for Piano)
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This wonderful book brings together in one superbly produced playing edition all thirty-eight of Scott Joplin's piano rags, including his six collaborations, plus Joplin's own primer on how to play ragtime, the "School of Ragtime." Each rag has been reprinted, along with its sheet-music cover, from the original publisher's edition.
At the Williams' Brothers saloon in Sedalia, Missouri, Scott Joplin was known as "The Entertainer," and in 1897, in the upstairs room called the Maple Leaf Club, he wrote the rag that would one day be the first to sell over a million copies in sheet-music form. In time the "Maple Leaf Rag" also became the most recorded composition on piano roll, with forty known versions.
Most of Joplin's other rags were hits as well. Many bear the playful names that were given most rags, names like "The Strenuous Life," "Heliotrope Bouquet," and his last published piece, the "Silver Swan Rag." One of them, "The Entertainer," triggered a major revival of interest in his work when it was incorporated into the score of the popular film The Sting. All of them are here, each bearing the mark of Joplin's supreme originality. As ragtime authority David A. Jasen observes in his Introduction: "For pianists everywhere, this folio contains ragtime masterpieces which, when learned, will provide unlimited joy."