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Reminding Avery

Author: Kaylee Ryan
Publisher: Kaylee Ryan
ISBN: 0997792191
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Most of the guys in my town had me marked as off limits. My dating history was slim to none, until Dylan. He didn’t let labels deter him from sweeping me off my feet. The day Avery Stanton took a chance on me is that day my life changed. Nothing else mattered but her. All I ever wanted was for her to be happy. I just wanted to love her, no matter how much distance was between us. Dylan Knight wrecked me. He made me fall in love with him and then took it all away. Now I’m back, and I can’t deal. How do I pretend that he no longer owns my heart when all my heart does is scream his name? Avery’s back and I know I have a fight on my hands. I remember every minute, every touch, every kiss, and every breath of our time together. Now I need to remind her.

The Trumpet And Vine Collection

Author: Judy Christie
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310343771
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Enjoy Judy Christie’s Trumpet & Vine novels as an e-book collection! Sweet Olive Camille Gardner is trapped in the middle when a unique Southern town collides with the “outside world” and big oil. Magnolia Market Fresh starts aren’t nearly as glamorous as they appear. And love isn’t any easier the second time around.

Father Of Route 66

Author: Susan Croce Kelly
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806147776
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If it weren’t for Cy Avery’s dreams of better roads through his beloved Tulsa, the United States would never have gotten Route 66. This book is the story of Avery, his times, and the legendary highway he helped build. In this engaging biography of a remarkable man, Susan Croce Kelly begins by describing the urgency for “good roads” that gripped the nation in the early twentieth century as cars multiplied and mud deepened. Avery was one of a small cadre of men and women whose passion carried the Good Roads movement from boosterism to political influence to concrete-on-the-ground. While most stopped there, Avery went on to assure that one road—U.S. Highway 66—became a fixture in the imagination of America and the world. Father of Route 66 transports readers to the years when the United States was moving from steam to internal combustion engines and traces Avery’s life from his birth in Stevensville, Pennsylvania, to his death more than ninety years later. Avery came west in a covered wagon, grew up in Indian Territory, and spent his adult years in oil-rich Tulsa, where fifty millionaires sat on the Chamber of Commerce board and the builder of the Panama Canal dropped in to size up a local water project. Cy Avery was a farmer, teacher, real estate professional, oil man, and politician, but throughout his long life he remained a champion for better roads across America. He stood up to the Oklahoma Ku Klux Klan, hatched plans for a municipal airport, and helped build a 55-mile water pipeline for Tulsa. The centerpiece of his story—and this book—however, is Avery’s role in designing the national highway system, his monumental fight with the governor of Kentucky over a road number, and his promotional efforts that turned his U.S. 66 into an American icon. Father of Route 66 is the first in-depth exploration of Cy Avery’s life and his impact on the movement that transformed twentieth-century America. It is a must-read for anyone fascinated by Route 66 and America’s early car culture.

Magnolia Market

Author: Judy Christie
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310330580
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Fresh starts aren’t nearly as glamorous as they appear. And love isn’t any easier the second time around. Avery Broussard was savoring her long-dormant optimism. It was the first anniversary of her husband’s death, and she was fi nally going to buy the dress boutique from her former mother-in-law. After a year of saving, the deal was nearly done. Avery was about to get her life back. But every deal in Samford, Louisiana, can change at the whim of a Broussard. After being unceremoniously ejected from the very boutique she planned to buy—the boutique she herself had rescued from ruin—she becomes a woman without a future . . . suddenly at war with her late husband’s family. When carpenter T. J. Aillet begins working for the Broussards doing manual labor, he overhears enough to know that Avery is being victimized. Soon enough, T. J. is lassoed into the squabble by his family connections, his good heart . . . and the undeniable attraction he feels toward Avery. But the Aillets are no strangers to Samford society—and T. J. knows what happens when you cross the Broussards. Could these two misfi ts ever make a start together? Or will the pressures of Samford society pull them apart before they even get a chance to try?

Gone Too Far

Author: Angela Winters
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 0758291612
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As soapy as an episode of Dallas. --Publishers Weekly The Chases are rich, powerful, and used to getting everything they want. But they're about to discover that even billions can't buy happiness--or keep trouble outside their gilded gates. . . Carter Chase is engaged, but he's still not over his ex-fiancée, Avery. And while Avery can't resist Carter's charm in the bedroom, she's terrified by his threats to take their daughter away from her. After all, Avery knows she can't win a fight against the Chase family. . . Carter's brother, Michael, is embroiled in his own drama, consumed with guilt over the pain he caused his now ex-wife Kimberly. Six months after granting her a divorce, Michael wants her back. But it may take a tragedy to reunite them. . . When oldest daughter Leigh Chase starts dating a black Republican senator, she finds herself involved in yet another high-profile affair. Leigh vowed to avoid another scandal for her family--but when you're a Chase, that kind of promise is impossible to keep. . . "Winters' juicy novel about a wealthy but utterly dysfunctional family is a real page-turner." --Booklist on A Price to Pay

The Socius Vaccine

Author: John R. Wilson Jr
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 1457504316
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Dr. Avery Chambers, world-renowned clinical pharmacologist, faced an unimaginable dilemma. The Socius Vaccine was running through the veins of over one hundred million people around the world-all of them black. According to the data in front of him, they would all be dead within two years. Avery pondered the data and reflected on his choices. He knew the ramifications of taking the information public, but he also knew that people needed to be told. Suddenly, he made a gut-wrenching decision about the worst public health nightmare in recorded history. He would remain silent. THE SOCIUS VACCINE, a medical thriller, is set in an academic medical center in Phoenix and in the residence of the Vice President of the United States. NIH scientist Dr. Peter Fresoni had discovered a gene sequence responsible for hypertension in blacks, which led to the commercialization of a blockbuster vaccine administered to over one hundred million people worldwide. Suddenly, the black volunteers from the early human testing are all dead. With the lives of one hundred million people at stake, a team is formed comprised of Peter Fresoni, the Vice President of the United States, the Commissioner of the FDA, the CEO of the pharmaceutical company that markets the vaccine, and Dr. Avery Chambers, the Phoenix-based physician who conducted the early testing. In absolute secrecy, the team works through the possibility of an antidote that even if successful would treat only a fraction of the doomed patients. Due to the unfathomable repercussions of the deaths of one hundred million blacks worldwide, the team does not wish to announce the situation prematurely. However, significant pressure is placed on the team by an employee at the research center where the first trial was conducted-the only person other than the team members who knows of the deaths and their association with the vaccine. THE SOCIUS VACCINE, with escalating tension over the course of one long day in Washington and Phoenix, addresses issues such as justice, fairness, scarce resource allocation, and racially-based conspiracy.

Beyond The Bases

Author: Kaylee Ryan
Publisher: Kaylee Ryan
ISBN: 194915100X
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What happens when you want more in life than just running the bases? You hang out at home plate and stop playing the field. He's sexy and irresistible. I've done my best to ignore the magnetism that flows between us. I don't need complications in my life. I can't get wrapped up in his world, the last thing I need is to get attached to a professional athlete. I don’t have time for heartbreak. Something about her pulls me in. I want to get to know her. I want a chance to show her I'm more than just my career, my paycheck. I'm the man for her. I know I am. No matter how much she resists this connection between us. It doesn't change the fact that she’s my grand slam.

Scandal S Virgin

Author: Louise Allen
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460333454
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A lady with a secret sorrow Reeling from heartbreak, Lady Laura Campion transformed herself into the infamous Scandal's Virgin of high society—flirtatious, alluring and utterly shocking—yet always stopping short of absolute ruin. But now she has new hope—the daughter she thought lost is alive, and under the guardianship of the powerful Avery Falconer, Earl of Wykeham. Going into battle against Lord Wykeham may be her only option to win little Alice back, but she doesn't expect the irresistible attraction that simmers between her and the formidable Earl. Laura finally has a chance at happiness, but can she persuade Avery to forgive her past? "Allen reaches into readers' hearts." —RT Book Reviews on Married to a Stranger