Barefoot in the Dark

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Suzanne Enoch, a new romantic crime thriller featuring fan-favorites Samantha Jellicoe and Rick Addison.

Barefoot in the Dark

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Suzanne Enoch, a new romantic crime thriller featuring fan-favorites Samantha Jellicoe and Rick Addison... A simple pre-wedding getaway for a “reformed” cat burglar and her wealthy British fiancé – what could go wrong? Except for his contentious family, a crumbling Scottish castle, a legendary treasure, and a possible haunting, that is. Samantha Jellicoe, jewel thief extraordinaire, is still adjusting to being engaged to Richard Addison, billionaire entrepreneur and very hot British lord. Complicating that is the entire press corps hounding her for an interview – bad news for a mostly retired cat burglar intent on keeping her private life private. She is ecstatic when Rick suggests they escape to his castle in Scotland; she’s less so when the old pile turns out to be dilapidated, full of Rick’s resentful relatives, and (possibly) haunted. While he navigates the consequences of ignoring his family for the past fifteen years, Sam uncovers a legend of buried treasure – and realizes she isn’t the only one searching for the famous highwayman’s loot. While Sam is an expert at blending into the very different worlds of patrons and thieves, meeting people important to Rick is way more complicated. Combined with iffy phones, unreliable lights and power, a clandestine treasure hunt, a wannabe reality-star girlfriend, and a rumored “restless spirit,” this vacation in the Scottish Highlands might be more than a self-respecting former thief can handle. "Fricking vivid as hell, to be honest, and I loved every page of this rollicking ride.”—New York Times bestselling author, Karen Hawkins “Each and every Enoch romance is a sparkling gem brimming over with marvelous characters, depth of emotion, intense sensuality and a plot that twists and turns, leaving readers breathless and deliciously satisfied.”—Romantic Times, 4 1⁄2 Stars!=brbr“With their indelible chemistry, their witty repartee, and their adventures sleuthing in the glamorous world of Palm Beach glitterati, Samantha and Rick are reminiscent of The Thin Man’s Nick and Nora.”—istarred Booklist/ibrbr“. . . grin-on-your-face, hair-streaming-in the-wind joyride of a novel . . .”—istarred Publisher’s Weekly on FLIRTING WITH DANGER/ibrbr“Passion and emotion still run hot with the undeniably dynamic duo of Rick and Sam. Kick back as the superbly talented Enoch stirs the pot yet again for this mismatched pair . . . loads more hijinks and action!”—iRomantic Times, 4 1⁄2 Stars on A TOUCH OF MINX

Barefoot in the Dark

Clever cat burglar Samantha Jellicoe and her wealthy, witty fiance Rick Addison are perfect partners. BAREFOOT IN THE DARK is an irresistible blend of crime, romance, action and suspense - I loved every page of this rollicking good ride!

Barefoot in the Dark

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Suzanne Enoch, a new romantic crime thriller featuring fan-favorites Samantha Jellicoe and Rick Addison... A simple pre-wedding getaway for a "reformed" cat burglar and her wealthy British fiancé - what could go wrong? Except for his contentious family, a crumbling Scottish castle, a legendary treasure, and a possible haunting, that is. Samantha Jellicoe, jewel thief extraordinaire, is still adjusting to being engaged to Richard Addison, billionaire entrepreneur and very hot British lord. Complicating that is the entire press corps hounding her for an interview - bad news for a mostly retired cat burglar intent on keeping her private life private. She is ecstatic when Rick suggests they escape to his castle in Scotland; she's less so when the old pile turns out to be dilapidated, full of Rick's resentful relatives, and (possibly) haunted. While he navigates the consequences of ignoring his family for the past fifteen years, Sam uncovers a legend of buried treasure - and realizes she isn't the only one searching for the famous highwayman's loot. While Sam is an expert at blending into the very different worlds of patrons and thieves, meeting people important to Rick is way more complicated. Combined with iffy phones, unreliable lights and power, a clandestine treasure hunt, a wannabe reality-star girlfriend, and a rumored "restless spirit," this vacation in the Scottish Highlands might be more than a self-respecting former thief can handle. "WOW! Vivid, thrilling, AND entertaining. Clever cat burglar Samantha Jellicoe and her wealthy, witty fiance Rick Addison are perfect partners. BAREFOOT IN THE DARK is an irresistible blend of crime, romance, action and suspense - I loved every page of this rollicking good ride!"-New York Times bestselling author, Karen Hawkins

Barefoot in the Dark

A modern day Cinderella story unfolds when radio DJ Jack Valentine finds a lost sneaker on a train station platform.

Barefoot in the Dark

A modern day Cinderella story unfolds when radio DJ Jack Valentine finds a lost sneaker on a train station platform.

Have I Got a Story for You More Than a Century of Fiction from The Forward

The barefoot man looked me up and down with his dark glances. “Where do you come from?” he asked harshly. “From which country?” “From Poland.” He gaped in astonishment, showing his large, yellow, tobaccostained teeth. “Really?

Have I Got a Story for You  More Than a Century of Fiction from The Forward

A Finalist for the 2016 National Jewish Book Award Forty-two stories from America’s greatest Yiddish newspaper, in English for the first time. The Forward, founded in 1897, is the most renowned Yiddish newspaper in the world. It welcomed generations of immigrants to the United States, brought them news of Europe and the Middle East, and provided them with sundry comforts such as comic strips and noodle kugel recipes. It also published some of the most acclaimed Yiddish fiction writers of all time: Nobel Prize laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer on justice slyly being served when the governor of Lublin comes to town; celebrated Forward editor Abraham Cahan on how place and luck can change character; and Roshelle Weprinsky, setting her story in Florida, on the rupture between European parents and American children. Cahan described the newspaper as a “living novel,” with good reason. Taken together, these stories reveal the human side of the challenges that faced Jews throughout this time, including immigration, modernization, poverty, assimilation, the two world wars, and changing forms of Jewish identity. These concerns were taken up by a diverse group of writers, from novelists Sholem Asch and Chaim Grade to short-story writers like Lyala Kaufman and Miriam Karpilove. Ezra Glinter has combed through the archives to find the best stories published during the newspaper’s 120-year history, digging up such varied works as wartime novellas, avant-garde fiction, and satirical sketches about immigrant life in New York. Glinter’s introductions to the thematic sections and short biographies of the contributors provide insight into the concerns of not only the writers but also their avid readers. The collection has been rendered into English by today’s best Yiddish translators, who capture the sound of the authors and the subtleties of nuance and context.

Barefoot and Pregnant

Dark clouds. Weatherman was right—I think we better hit the road.” He slid her off his lap, got up and offered his hand, pulling her to her feet. They kissed again and she swayed in his arms, wanting to prolong the moment.

Barefoot and Pregnant

SHE HAD EVERYTHING A GIRL COULD WANT—EXCEPT A HUSBAND! So career-girl Elise Montgomery turned to The Husband Finder, a trendy guidebook, to locate one. Only, according to the manual, her choice—sexy farmer Zane Keaton—was definitely Mr. Wrong! Yet, after a few of Zane's knee-weakening kisses, Elise wondered if he might be marriage material after all…. AVOID FEMALES WHO MISTAKE MARRIAGE FOR MERGER AND ACQUISITION! That had been Zane's motto…until he met Rise. Although sweet, sassy and seductive, Elise was too ambitious to be Zane's ideal wife, or was she? And what would it take to get Elise to say yes to a lifetime of domestic bliss?

Barefoot in the Rubble

Barefoot in the Rubble


More Than Conquerors

I fumbled around barefoot in the dark, and didn't see a glass bottle left on the ground the night before. So I accidentally kicked it, and it shattered, spraying glass shards across the bathroom floor. In my feeble, dazed state, ...

More Than Conquerors

Becoming a follower of Jesus is not a comfortable journey. It's about taking risks and fully surrendering our lives to His will. This book, written by a young, passionate author, is a challenging call to do just that: to respond to Christ with our whole hearts and nothing less. The author, Simon Guillebaud, writes, "I so long to be used to awaken a passion in people's hearts for radical living. We are all just ordinary people, with the potential to do extraordinary things because we have an extraordinary God. . . . I want to be fearless, bold, uncompromising and passionate in reaching out on behalf of the King of Kings; I never want to get over the grace of God."

Barefoot Season

Even the dog tied up by the door. She came to a stop and stared. The dog was a good size—a mixed breed with a lot ofLab and maybe some shepherd. It had short hair, like a yellow Lab, with a dark muzzle and dark ...

Barefoot Season

“Mallery has set the bar high....The characters...come to life in their small-town setting and will touch readers’ hearts and funny bones.”—RT Book Reviews On Blackberry Island, friendship, love and forgiveness are as constant as the ocean waves, if only you can make room in your heart for hope. Michelle Sanderson may appear to be a strong, independent woman, but on the inside, she’s still the wounded girl who fled home years ago. A young army vet, Michelle returns to the quaint Blackberry Island Inn to claim her inheritance and recover from the perils of war. Instead, she finds the owner’s suite occupied by the last person she wants to see. Carly Williams and Michelle were once inseparable, until a shocking betrayal destroyed their friendship. And now Carly is implicated in the financial disaster lurking behind the inn’s cheerful veneer. Single mother Carly has weathered rumors, lies and secrets for a lifetime, and is finally starting to move forward with love and life. But if the Blackberry Island Inn goes under, Carly and her daughter will go with it. To save their livelihoods, Carly and Michelle will undertake a turbulent truce. It’ll take more than a successful season to move beyond their devastating past, but with a little luck and a beautiful summer, they may just rediscover the friendship of a lifetime. Don’t miss Susan Mallery’s latest book, The Stepsisters! A heartfelt tale of friendship between two women who used to be sisters.

Elihu Burritt s Bond of brotherhood

In her bosom finds no entrance , She will stay , Though the dark destruction hasteth , And the pestilence that wasteth ... few , perhaps , when com- Barefoot boy , with cheek of tan ; dispel , but shining with a pure and holy radiance .

Elihu Burritt s Bond of brotherhood


The Barefoot Sisters Southbound

“And that's Joy—” pointing to the girl with dark blond hair, who looked up with a shy grin and went back to her drawing. “And—” “Hi, I'm Hope! Do you guys really go barefoot all the time? Are you really from Maine?

The Barefoot Sisters Southbound

"At the ages of 25 and 21, Lucy and Susan Letcher set out to thru-hike the entire 2,175 miles of the Appalachian Trail--barefoot. Quickly earning themselves the moniker of the Barefoot Sisters, the two begin their journey at Mount Katahdin and spend eight months making their way to Springer Mountain in Georgia. As they hike, they write about their adventures through the 100-mile Wilderness, the rocky terrain of Pennsylvania, and snowfall in the great Smoky Mountains. It's as close as one can get to hiking the Appalachian Trail without strapping on a pack"--Back cover.

Barefoot Running

'lhen, in the dark, he was guided along the cobblestones with his extrasensory bare feet while his competition only had sight to rely on. Most importantly for this discussion, ifyou see Ahebe Bikila running barefoot in the 1960 Olympics ...

Barefoot Running

How could something we have for free—our bare feet—be better for running than $150 shoes? The truth is that running in shoes is high-impact, unstable, and inflexible. Shoes promote a heel-centric ground strike, which weakens your feet, knees, and hips, and leads to common running injuries. In contrast, barefoot running is low-impact, forefoot-centric, stable, and beneficial to your body. It encourages proper form and strengthens your feet in miraculous ways. When you run in shoes, you not only risk developing poor form, but you also hinder the natural relationship with the ground that running facilitates. Barefoot running restores the delightful sensory and spiritual connections to the earth that you were meant to experience. Barefoot Running offers the only step-by-step direction runners need at any age to overcome injuries, run faster than ever, and rediscover the pure joy of running. Once you tear off your shoes and learn to dance with nature, you’ll tread lightly and freely, hearing only the earth’s symphony and feeling only the dirt beneath your feet. Hit the ground running with revolutionary techniques for starting out slowly, choosing minimalist footwear, navigating rough weather and rugged terrain, and building your feet into living shoes.

Barefoot in the Head

What a time to be young!' Barefoot in the Head is a tale of a future world recovering from a holocaust of hallucinogenic chemical weapons.

Barefoot in the Head

'Everyone's touched! Don't be taken in by appearances here. Believe me, the old world has gone, but its shell remains in place. One day soon, there will come a breath of wind, a new messiah, the shell will crumple, and the kids will run, screaming, barefoot in the head, through lush new imaginary meadows. What a time to be young!' Barefoot in the Head is a tale of a future world recovering from a holocaust of hallucinogenic chemical weapons. For the victims, reality is a fluid mixture of the real, the imaginary and the nightmarish, the past, present and future. Colin Charteris, the hero and anti-hero on this continually disintegrating stage, has not himself survived the cataclysm unscathed, and his gradual descent into fantastic and paranoid visions will have drastic consequences for civilization. Brian Aldiss, in a psychedelic tour de force of inventive, playful narrative, owing as much to the methods of James Joyce and the experimentalism of William S. Burroughs as to H. G. Wells, goes light-years beyond the conventions of the genre to tell his story.

The Barefoot Woman

LONGLISTED FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FOR TRANSLATED LITERATURE A moving, unforgettable tribute to a Tutsi woman who did everything to protect her children from the Rwandan genocide, by the daughter who refuses to let her family's story be ...

The Barefoot Woman

LONGLISTED FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FOR TRANSLATED LITERATURE A moving, unforgettable tribute to a Tutsi woman who did everything to protect her children from the Rwandan genocide, by the daughter who refuses to let her family's story be forgotten. The story of the author's mother, a fierce, loving woman who for years protected her family from the violence encroaching upon them in pre-genocide Rwanda. Recording her memories of their life together in spare, wrenching prose, Mukasonga preserves her mother's voice in a haunting work of art.

Barefoot

I scorch my frozen bare feet at the fire . My sister starts whispering again . It seems to be a fairy tale she's ... in the dark and wander along the roads . If they meet a man , they jump out at him . They grip him in their arms ...

Barefoot

Visiting Nantucket with their children during a summer vacation, three women befriend a local youth and share their struggles with such challenges as infidelity, the loss of a job under scandalous circumstances, and health problems.

Elementary and Middle School Social Studies

A family heads for freedom by running barefoot through the dark woods and resting in a kind stranger's home. (Gr. K–3) Ganeri, A., and S. Waterhouse. 2012. My Pop-Up World Atlas. Cambridge, MA: Candlewick. The seven continents are ...

Elementary and Middle School Social Studies

The latest edition of Pamela Farris’s popular, value-priced text continues to
offer pre- and in-service teachers creative strategies and proven techniques sensitive to the needs of all elementary and middle school learners. Coverage includes the C3 Framework and the four sets of learning from the National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies. Farris, together with contributors who specialize in implementing successful teaching methods and theories, demonstrate how classroom teachers can excite and inspire their students to be engaged learners.

The Barefoot Book of Monsters

A collection of six folktales that introduce children to monsters from all over the world, including the abominable snowman, the feathered ogre, and the terrible chenoo.

The Barefoot Book of Monsters

A Shokpa is an abominable snowman, a magical creature of the mountains whose hair is as thick as a bear s to keep out the cold and as white as the snow to help him hide.

The Barefoot Book of Princesses

Presents a collection of folktales about princesses, including the stories of a Persian princess who seeks solitude in the mountains, a princess from Central Asia who marries a bird, and the Danish account of the princess and the pea.

The Barefoot Book of Princesses

Presents a collection of folktales about princesses, including the stories of a Persian princess who seeks solitude in the mountains, a princess from Central Asia who marries a bird, and the Danish account of the princess and the pea.

Barefoot King

'Next time,' complained his companion scraping dung from his bare foot, 'make sure your own snitch's up to the mark. Closed fucking hoxes for a ... When it returns for repair, we'll see what's on board—after dark!' 'You're joking!

Barefoot King

embittered, shell-shocked veteran of First World War trench horror embarks on a titanic quest to address social and economic evils of post-war Liverpool dockland, wages a bitter and violent struggle against unions and shipowners

Barefoot Dogs

The puddle is almost his size, green and revolting; little dark red lumps float on the surface like islands of blood adrift in a sea of bile. He notices me and squints; his little nugget starts to rattle. It's around the time I normally ...

Barefoot Dogs

"A debut collection of linked stories that follow the members of a wealthy Mexican family forced into exile--to Madrid, New York, Austin, Palo Alto--when the patriarch of their family is kidnapped"--