Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Tuesday Releases Continued

When coffee executive Parker James storms into the hotel bar after a frustrating business meeting, he spots the beautiful woman who sang at his wedding ten years ago.
Holly Carlyle has never forgotten that booking. Hours before the vows, she'd walked in on the bride-to-be having sex with someone other than Parker.

The marriage is long over, and Parker is ready to move on--with Holly. The jazz they both love draws them together, but Parker's ex-wife threatens Holly with blackmail to keep them apart. Holly knows she's been silent too long. There's a risk in telling the truth, but it's one she has to take.

A Silver Season is about a woman, Savannah Richmond, who has been widowed for two years and is now ready to move on with her life. She has moved to a new city in southern California, where she has built a new home. She soon meets a handsome widower, Antonio Delabay, whom she finds very attractive, yet she's fearful about dishonoring her husband's memory. She later volunteers at a senior center, but she never expected to be faced with such jealousy and hostility from the other women. There is one woman in particular who is obsessed with Antonio, the same man Savannah is romantically interested in. Lots of romance, fun and drama are found within the pages of this inspirational novel.

In 1989, Don Piper died in a car accident. Ninety minutes later, as a minister prayed over him, he returned to life-and remembered...
Don Piper's account of his experience, 90 Minutes in Heaven, offered inspiration to countless thousands-and became an international phenomenon. Now, he continues his message of hope and faith with a book of devotionals for those who want to experience joy and contentment every day.

With ninety readings, this unique collection directly addresses the everyday hardships we all endure, offering solace and guidance to help us lead happier, more virtuous lives. Inside, you can learn to find serenity in dealing with such life trials as physical illness, the loss of a job, the death of a loved one-even your own mortality.

Embrace Don Piper's message of love, forgiveness, and redemption-and the unique wisdom he has gained by glimpsing what awaits us in the next life.


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