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Olympian Passion

Author: Andrya Bailey
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781502437754
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Olympian Passion is the first book in the Olympian trilogy, by romance author Andrya Bailey. Sabrina, a Classical Studies graduate student, is excited to be accepted for a summer internship at the Fine Arts Museum. When she meets stunning Greek archaeologist and scholar Nikos Soulis, who will spend two months overseeing the museum's new exhibit, she falls hopelessly in love with him. Even though the sexy professor seems to be dating a rich philanthropist and museum benefactor's daughter, he insists in helping Sabrina with her research project in Greek art. Can she avoid heartbreak when she is seduced by the hot Olympian god of her dreams? "Best romance I've read in a while! Couldn't put it down!"

Olympian Heartbreak

Author: Andrya Bailey
ISBN: 9781944428112
Size: 64.67 MB
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This is the sequel to Olympian Passion and not a stand-alone book. Sabrina found out that Nikos returned to Greece with Maggie and is heartbroken until a surprising invitation to go to Athens gives her hope. Once she reconnects with him, their passion grows stronger. Nikos takes her to the most romantic places around Athens and even invites her to travel to a newly-discovered archaeological site. Her insecurities increase when she learns he's hiding a secret from his past, but his friends advise her to be patient if she really loves him. Their passionate week is suddenly interrupted when Nikos is faced with a tragic situation. Will she make the ultimate sacrifice to help him?

The 4 Year Olympian

Author: Jeremiah Brown
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 1459741331
Size: 70.51 MB
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Improbable, heart-wrenching, and uplifting, Jeremiah Brown’s journey from novice rower to Olympic silver medallist in under four years is a story about chasing a goal with everything you’ve got. After nearly being incarcerated at age seventeen and becoming a father at nineteen, Jeremiah Brown manages to grow up into a responsible young adult. But while juggling the demands of a long-term relationship, fatherhood, mortgage payments, and a nine-to-five banking career, he feels something is missing. A new goal captures his imagination: What would it take to become an Olympian? Guided by a polarizing coach, Brown and his teammates plumb the depths of physical and mental exertion in pursuit of a singular goal. The 4 Year Olympian is a story of courage, perseverance, and overcoming self-doubt, told from the perspective of an unlikely competitor.

The Math Olympian

Author: Richard Hoshino
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460258738
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BETHANY MACDONALD HAS TRAINED SIX LONG YEARS FOR THIS MOMENT. SHE'LL TRY TO SOLVE FIVE QUESTIONS IN THREE HOURS, FOR ONE IMPROBABLE DREAM. THE DREAM OF REPRESENTING HER COUNTRY, AND BECOMING A MATH OLYMPIAN. As a small-town girl in Nova Scotia bullied for liking numbers more than boys, and lacking the encouragement of her unsupportive single mother who frowns at her daughter's unrealistic ambition, Bethany's road to the International Math Olympiad has been marked by numerous challenges. Through persistence, perseverance, and the support of innovative mentors who inspire her with a love of learning, Bethany confronts these challenges and develops the creativity and confidence to reach her potential. In training to become a world-champion "mathlete," Bethany discovers the heart of mathematics - a subject that's not about memorizing formulas, but rather about problem-solving and detecting patterns to uncover truth, as well as learning how to apply the deep and unexpected connections of mathematics to every aspect of her life, including athletics, spirituality, and environmental sustainability. As Bethany reflects on her long journey and envisions her exciting future, she realizes that she has shattered the misguided stereotype that only boys can excel in math, and discovers a sense of purpose that through mathematics, she can and she will make an extraordinary contribution to society....

Olympian Blood

Author: Crystal Reneau
ISBN: 9780986096228
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Aislinn Thomas deals with the devastating loss of her family by fulfilling her sister's dream of traveling to Transylvania, Romania. Her world is turned upside down when a stranger with otherworldly eyes and the build of a Greek god thwarts an attack on her life using enhanced abilities which reveal he is no ordinary human. When Bastian Radescu realizes Aislinn has been targeted for death, he inducts her into the secret life of the descendants of Hercules, dedicated to fighting evil forces, a destiny in which he is convinced she belongs-as his mate. But hidden plans surrounding Aislinn's life are still in play. Other men have guessed her blood harbors enigmas and dangers worth possessing, and each will go to unthinkable extremes to ensure he alone will control her future.

Olympian Confessions Hades And Persephone

Author: Erin Kinsella
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491776501
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Persephone is a Goddess without a title even though her relatives include the Lord of Light, Goddess of Wisdom, and the Queen of the Gods. She’s only known as the daughter of her mother, something that leaves her feeling frustrated. She longs to escape Mount Olympus to discover who she truly is. Hades is the God of the Underworld, and when family obligations force him to attend a festival, he sees Persephone and knows what he’s looking at: a vibrant young Goddess aching to break free. So begins an unlikely and tentative friendship that allows Persephone to cultivate her curiosity and blossom as a Goddess in her own right. The two escape to the Underworld together, infuriating Persephone’s mother, the Goddess Demeter. Crops die and mortals begin to starve as a consequence of Demeter’s wrath, and Persephone has two choices: Take charge of her own life or abandon the person she has become by returning to Olympus. Passions swirl, violence erupts, and the fate of the world is at stake as Gods and Goddesses let loose in Olympian Confessions.

Tough Girl

Author: Carolyn Wood
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
ISBN: 1632171856
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A coming-of-age memoir of a young swimmer's triumphs and heartbreaks on the path to winning Olympic gold at age 14. Some 50 years later, author Carolyn Wood embarks on a solo pilgrimage to walk the 500 miles of the Camino de Santiago in an attempt to reclaim her "inner tough girl" as she reflects on coming out as gay in the 1970s after a brief marriage and motherhood, and the disillusionment and loss she experiences when her 30-year relationship suddenly ends. After several failed attempts at learning to swim, young Carolyn Wood finally conquers her fears and dives into unknown waters. By 1958 she sets a goal to make the 1960 Olympic team and, along with teammates and competitors, begins the arduous road to Rome. Losses, pain, fear, and fatigue accompany the rambunctious athlete as she finds her way through athletic training, school, and dealing with social gender expectations as she realizes she's gay. Tough Girl artfully weaves Wood's life story around the tale of her long walk on the Camino de Santiago, an effort to tap into her tough girl resilience so she can begin to accept the end of her long marriage. The ups and downs of Carolyn's childhood road to the Olympics as well as her journey on the Camino, will thrill and inspire readers.

Greater Than Gold

Author: David Boudia
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 0718078799
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One of America’s most heralded young divers, David Boudia twice went for Olympic gold, training obsessively and whole-heartedly for success. In his first Olympics, he failed miserably, not winning a single medal. Four years later saw a different story: he mounted the podium twice, winning both gold and bronze. The difference? In the intervening years, he’d changed the focus of his quest from seeking glory for himself to giving glory to God. In Greater Than Gold, Boudia provides a behind-the-scenes access to the rarefied world of world-class athletics while also showing readers that when they place their hope in God, they receive what they’ve been seeking all along.


Author: Yusra Mardini
ISBN: 1250184401
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"First published in the United Kingdom by Bluebird, an imprint of Pan Macmillan"--T.p. verso.

Olympian Challenger

Author: Astrid Arditi
Publisher: Astrid Arditi
ISBN: 9780998311630
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A hero's tournament. A defiant contender. Does one girl have the courage to take on Mount Olympus? Olympian Challenger is the first book in a bold YA urban fantasy trilogy. If you like Greek mythology, forbidden romance, and feats of courage, then you'll love Astrid Arditi's heroic coming-of-age tale.