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How Much I Feel by Marie Force

Title How Much I Feel
Author Marie Force
Publisher HTJB, Inc.
Release 2021-06-09
Category Fiction
Total Pages
ISBN 195279336X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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First impressions can be truly deceiving... Is it possible the brash doctor might be worth a second look? Carmen Babysitting a handsome, arrogant neurosurgeon isn’t how I imagined my first day at Miami-Dade General Hospital. After the tragic loss of my husband, I’ve focused on starting my dream career. Dr. Jason Northup isn’t going to mess up my plans, even if he makes my lady parts stand up and say hello. He checks every box on my cliché list. However, my heart—and other parts—don’t seem to care about clichés... Jason I have more important things to do than bail out an attractive new colleague, but I need her. Carmen is my only hope in convincing the Miami-Dade board to overlook my tarnished reputation—and she makes me feel optimistic again. Romantic entanglements are the last thing I need, but Carmen isn’t an entanglement. She’s a beautiful breath of fresh South Florida air. My feelings for her are quickly becoming the best kind of scandal.

The Psychoanalytic Process by Paul A. Dewald

Title The Psychoanalytic Process
Author Paul A. Dewald
Publisher Basic Books (AZ)
Release 1972
Category Psychanalyse - Cas, Études de
Total Pages 668
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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J L Garvin by Katharine Garvin

Title J L Garvin
Author Katharine Garvin
Publisher
Release 1948
Category Journalists
Total Pages 215
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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How Much I Love by Marie Force

Title How Much I Love
Author Marie Force
Publisher HTJB, Inc.
Release 2021-06-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages
ISBN 1952793092
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Wyatt My name is Wyatt Blake. I'm a cardiothoracic surgeon in Phoenix. When I was 17, I had a heart transplant that saved my life. That's not something I tell just anyone, because I hate being defined by the illness that ruled the first half of my life. The average life expectancy for a transplant patient is 11 years. I'm 34, and in case math isn't your thing, that puts me about six years past my expiration date when I spend a weekend at my buddy Jason's wedding in Miami and meet the sexiest bridesmaid in the history of sexy bridesmaids. Dee Giordino. She's sweet, kind, loving and drop-dead gorgeous. I love every minute I spend with her. We had so much fun together at the wedding, and when I invited her back to my room after, we had the best night I've ever had with anyone. And now I can't stop thinking about her or texting her or wishing our one-night stand could somehow be more, even though "more" isn't in my vocabulary. When Jason tells me there's an opening in my specialty at his hospital, I come running back to Miami to interview for the job. And to see Dee again, even though I know that's completely unfair to her. In light of my situation, I've become the king of the one-night stand. It wouldn't be fair to drag someone else into my reality when my future is so uncertain. But Dee, she's different from the beginning, and maybe, just maybe, I might have to break all my rules for her... Fair or not.

Dim Roads and Dark Nights by Ruby Pickens Tartt

Title Dim Roads and Dark Nights
Author Ruby Pickens Tartt
Publisher Livingston Press
Release 1993
Category Social Science
Total Pages 200
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cush was a mixture of corn meal, water, and bacon grease cooked over an open fire by Confederate soldiers. That the editors have taken this title for the book indicates the emotional impact of Sprott's Civil War memoirs. Not only do we march and eat this mixture with Sprott, but we witness with him the first execution of Confederate deserters, the bewilderment and frustration of battling infantrymen at what they considered the inane orders from above, the bravery -- and the foolhardiness -- that war inevitably brings. This memoir follows the Sumter regiment from its first "training" sessions to its duty in Mobile near the war's end.

The New Colophon by Elmer Adler

Title The New Colophon
Author Elmer Adler
Publisher
Release 1950
Category Bibliography
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Tablet
Author
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Release 1959
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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The international Catholic weekly.