Her Hopes and Dreams

"As a newly single mother, Carrie Farmer isn't quite ready to jump back into the dating pool in Ardent Springs--especially since her last marriage was such a disaster.

Her Hopes and Dreams

As a newly single mother, Carrie Farmer isn't quite ready to jump back into the dating pool in Ardent Springs--especially since her last marriage was such a disaster. But if anyone could entice her to wade in a bit, it would be her hunky neighbor, Noah Winchester. He's the perfect man: strong, protective, and smoking hot. But her eyes have deceived her before, and she's no longer willing to hand over her heart so easily. After completing several tours in the Middle East, Noah returns to his hometown a very different man. The former soldier's plan to rest and relax is soon waylaid by the intriguing woman next door and her heart-stealing little girl. Something--or someone--put shadows in Carrie's lovely eyes, and he's determined to clear them away. But when hidden demons can no longer be ignored, the couple gets a reminder from an unexpected source that love truly can conquer all.

Baseball s Dead of World War II

I can clearly trace the origin of this book to a standing ovation in New Orleans,
Louisiana, in November 2007. ... For many years, I had been an ardent admirer of
players like Harry O'Neill and Billy Hebert, young men who had given everything
in the ... Names such as Bob Feller and Ted Williams instantly spring to mind
when we think of dedication to service during the war years, but little ... And on
the battlefields, many left behind their hopes and dreams of playing in the major
leagues.

Baseball  s Dead of World War II

While most fans know that baseball stars Ted Williams, Hank Greenberg, and Bob Feller served in the military during World War II, few can name the two major leaguers who died in action. (They were catcher Harry O’Neill and outfielder Elmer Gedeon.) Far fewer still are aware that another 125 minor league players also lost their lives during the war. This book draws on extensive research and interviews to bring their personal lives, baseball careers, and wartime service to light.

Texas Hope

"Jean Brashear's distinctive storytelling voice instantly draws in the reader. She writes with warmth and emotional truth.

Texas Hope

SECRETS DIVIDE A FAMILY... For Michael Cavanaugh’s entire life, his mother has kept a shocking secret: that she was married once before she married his father, and she gave birth to that man’s child. Stunned that the mother who’d loved him so would abandon a child and furious with his mother’s deceit, he sets out to find the older brother he has always wanted. Ian McLaren, the favorite son of Sweetgrass Springs, has a full plate: a wife he adores, a baby on the way, a ranch to run and a town that depends on him. When a stranger arrives in town with the staggering news that he and Ian share a mother—the woman he’ll never forgive for abandoning him and his dad—his world tilts off its axis. Gordon McLaren has had years to regret the path he chose that parted him from the only woman he’s ever loved. Now he is torn between his longing to see her again and the anguish doing so would cause the son he’s worked so hard to protect all these years. Walking away from the child she cherished and the man she loved was far from easy for Sophia Bancroft McLaren Cavanaugh. Facing them again would be the single most terrifying step she’s undertaken since the day she left to save her sanity—and Gordon forbade her to return. CAN LOVE REUNITE THEM? Secrets divide the four of them, and the anguish of the past makes it impossible to hope they could ever overcome the years of heartache-- Until the threat of an even more unbearable loss gives them one last chance to unite. "Jean Brashear's distinctive storytelling voice instantly draws in the reader. She writes with warmth and emotional truth. The depth of her understanding of human nature marks her as a writer to watch, a writer to read and a writer to enjoy."~#1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber

Carey s Library of Choice Literature

She knew that for her the joys of life , the quell : and which , had she been in her
usual keen and observing dreams , the ... thoughts straying sorrowfully over the
past . est aspirations which her once ardent bosom could harbour “ You sent for
me ... as a brightest promises of hope , to see that man again , or hear his book
fairly printed in the language of her native land . ... like a flower in the spring tide
-- you know not what it is 66 to be looked coldly on , even for a ONE IN A
THOUSAND .

Carey s Library of Choice Literature


In Love On Anchor Island

Come along as Wall Street Journal bestselling author Terri Osburn takes us back to the island that started it all.Roxie Chandler is a screw up.

In Love On Anchor Island

Come along as Wall Street Journal bestselling author Terri Osburn takes us back to the island that started it all.Roxie Chandler is a screw up. She doesn't look for trouble, but it finds her anyway. After creating a scandal in her hometown, she takes refuge on Anchor Island, her cousin's adopted home in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Planning to stick around only until she finds an alternative, Roxie doesn't expect to make friends. Or to find love.Alex Fielding is living his dream. A small town doctor making a difference in his neighbors' lives, he ignores his father's demands to return to the big city and take his rightful place in the family practice. His life on Anchor Island is quiet and simple, just how he likes it, until a leather-clad rebel with a chip on her shoulder moves in next door.Roxie and Alex get off to a rough start, but sparks fly even when they're fighting. The more he learns about her, the more Alex wants to save her from herself. And the longer she's on the island, the more Roxie thinks about staying. But when her prediction comes true and she screws up once again, Anchor Island may no longer be her port in the storm.

Graham s Magazine

Her cheeks indeed were pale, and she had been for a while estranged from
those who were dearer to her than all the ... More brightly than the star-spangled
heaven without, shone the heaven glittering with new hopes and joys within the
little ... “Yes,” answered their father, “to dance, and ride, and—but only think,
Catharine, of my really going to the springs! ... Paul shut up his soldiers in their
barracks, made by some old folios on the lowest shelf of the book-case, and
certainly the god ...

Graham s Magazine


The Works of the British Poets with Prefaces Biographical and Critical by Robert Anderson

See his Journey into Greece , fol . book 4th , p . ... A virgin here , amazing , shone
, At every ardent glance into her eyes ; Callirhoe the fair : her father ' s boast : . ...
mother ' s smile ; The gushing rears , in big , round drops , diffus ' d Nor learn ' d
what happiness from marriage Springs . ... ( in hopes to Toften her , at least adorn
) , I love thee with that innocence of truth , Presented to this murdress of his peace
 ...

The Works of the British Poets with Prefaces  Biographical and Critical  by Robert Anderson


The Lady s Book

And herein have the green trees and the blossoming shrubs their advantage over
us ; the flower withers and the leaf falls , but the fertilising sap still lingers in their
veins , and the following years bring again a spring of promise and a summer of
... when our leaves and flowers perish , they perish utterly ; we put forth no new
hopes , we dream no new dreams . ... rapid courseThough to the happy lover's
ardent hope , They hardly move to reach the bridal day ; And for the felon , in his
 ...

The Lady s Book


Jones s Cabinet Edition of British Poets

Oloros, Olbiose l - 40 Olos, [Book I. III. - ... With partial love The tribes of men their
native seats approve, Unjust and hostile to each foreign fame: But when for ... I.
THRICE hath the spring beheld thy faded fame Since I exulting grasp'd the
tuneful shell: Eager through endless years to sound ... What can I now of thee to
time report, Save thy fond country made thy impious sport, Her fortune and her
hope the ...

Jones s Cabinet Edition of British Poets


Texas Strong

From New York Times and USAToday bestselling romance author Jean Brashear, another emotional story set in beloved Sweetgrass Springs, Texas… The most reviled man in Sweetgrass Springs, Tank Patton lives on the razor’s edge of control, ...

Texas Strong

Can a man who’s never trusted anyone and a woman who’s trusted all the wrong men defy the odds and open their hearts to each other? From New York Times and USAToday bestselling romance author Jean Brashear, another emotional story set in beloved Sweetgrass Springs, Texas… The most reviled man in Sweetgrass Springs, Tank Patton lives on the razor’s edge of control, locked down and solitary by choice, keeping himself apart the only way he knows to avoid the legacy of violence handed down from his father. When he meets a young mother in dire straits, he gives her and her winsome children the immediate help they need, intending to give her wide berth from then on. Chrissy Daniels desperately hopes she can make a new life for herself and her children in Sweetgrass Springs, and that means being strong and self-reliant, no more leaning on men who are losers or worse—yet she finds herself touched by the bone-deep loneliness she senses in the man everyone has warned her is a brute and not to be trusted. Despite his intentions, Tank finds himself drawn back to Chrissy’s warmth and the sweetness of her children, yet he knows that to truly care for them means keeping his distance. Chrissy battles her long history of choosing men unwisely, yet she finds herself unable to turn away from this man she’s beginning to suspect is more decent than anyone believes—including Tank himself. But can a man who’s never trusted anyone and a woman who’s trusted all the wrong men defy the odds and open their hearts to each other?

Elegant Extracts or Useful and entertaining pieces of poetry selected by Vicesimus Knox etc

Her choral melodies benignly rise ; Yet dearer to my soul the shadowy hour , So
when the genial spring of life shall fade , At which her blossoms close , her music
dies : And sinking nature owns the dread decay , For then mild ... thy tear , thy
ardent sigh , Beneath some blasted tree I lie reclin'd , When phrensy rolls in thy
impassion'd eye , And count the silent ... Whose Alight shall shortly count ine with
the His spirit , vainly to the Muses dear- [ breast Of him the Muses lov'd , " when
hope ...

Elegant Extracts  or  Useful and entertaining pieces of poetry  selected by Vicesimus Knox   etc


The Family Herald

He could not endure Her ardent imagination led the young girl through all these
scenes . to hear her name mentioned ; he ... castle ceased to exist for her ; she
was in gay palaces and one year of perfect happiness more as a beautiful dream
than ... she tried to make her all that her No word was said to Inez that gave her
any prospect or hopes of brighter mother had ... for that young lady at times flung
down her taught myself English ; -I can read every English book in the library ; I
books ...

The Family Herald


The Twins and Other Tales Translated from the Swedish

Here should the noble being, who in a brilliant circle felt her heart contracted by
the emptiness and wretchedness of the great world, ... their originals. Oh,
beautiful and blessed life, noble institutions, innocent and sweet dreams! may
you one day become realities ! ... if an inward prayer for strength and patience did
not sometimes procure them for me; if the reading of a good book did not call ...
Hope is a spring whose secret and hidden sources are ever bursting forth in the
heart of Illan.

The Twins  and Other Tales     Translated from the Swedish


Texas Christmas Bride

Texas Christmas Bride: The Gallaghers of Sweetgrass Springs Book 6

Texas Christmas Bride

Texas Christmas Bride: The Gallaghers of Sweetgrass Springs Book 6

Texas Wild

A sexy SEAL turned Hollywood stuntman returns home to find his buddy’s little sister all grown up From New York Times bestseller and USAToday bestselling author Jean Brashear, the second book in her much-loved Sweetgrass Springs series: ...

Texas Wild

A sexy SEAL turned Hollywood stuntman returns home to find his buddy’s little sister all grown up From New York Times bestseller and USAToday bestselling author Jean Brashear, the second book in her much-loved Sweetgrass Springs series: Hollywood's hot playboy stuntman Randall Mackey replaced the adrenaline rush of his career in the SEAL Teams with another life courting danger, but that existence is jeopardized by injury. The sexy bad boy of Sweetgrass Springs returns to the town where his teenage exploits made him a legend, only to find that his buddy's tomboy little sister has grown up in very interesting ways. If he thinks, however, that gifted horse trainer Rissa Gallagher will simply fall into his arms and help him dodge dealing with a haunting past and a future that looks grim, Mackey might want to think again. Rissa Gallagher has been abandoned by everyone in her family except the hard-hearted father who is physically present but cold and critical. She is the last hope for the land that has been in her family for six generations, and though Mackey is pure temptation incarnated in one very sexy package, he can never be more than a fling when the only thing he does better than make love is…leave. "Jean Brashear writes with warmth and emotional truth. The depth of her understanding of human nature marks her as a writer to watch." ~ Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times bestselling author "Jean Brashear will knock your socks off!" ~ New York Times bestselling author Stella Cameron

Popular philosophy or The book of nature laid open upon Christian principles by the ed of The Cheap magazine

contented with escaping the iron winters of the arctic regions , arrive to supply
their vacancy . ... shall awake , and come forth gloriously at the return of spring
Day is the season of labour and activity ; Night is ihe time for rest and repose . ...
See here thy pictur d life ; pass some few years Thy flow ' ring Spring , thy
Summer ' s ardent strength , Thy sober dutumn ... Ah ! whither now are fled Those
dreams of greatness ? - - those unsolid hopes Of lappiness ? those longings after
fame ?

Popular philosophy  or  The book of nature laid open upon Christian principles  by the ed  of The Cheap magazine


Classic Literature of England

Here should the noble being , deeds , rich in emotions and wonderful events ;
and who in a brilliant cirele felt her heart ... dreams have astonish themselves
and injure others -- might here embittered for her all her days . let their flames
burn on the ... so that they may gather would all who have been treated as by a
step in their proper season the few which are really to ... Hope is a spring whose
secret and hidden sun shines so brilliantly -- the air is so pure - the sources are
ever bursting ...

Classic Literature of England


Texas Hope Large Print Edition

Secrets divide a family when a man discovers an older brother his mother never told him about and that brother's world is tilted off its axis. Can love reunite them?

Texas Hope  Large Print Edition

Secrets divide a family when a man discovers an older brother his mother never told him about and that brother's world is tilted off its axis. Can love reunite them?