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The Promise in a Kiss by Stephanie Laurens

Title The Promise in a Kiss
Author Stephanie Laurens
Publisher Harper Collins
Release 2009-10-13
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780061750519
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What would you do if you were kissed by the most handsome stranger you'd ever seen? And what if that man was a Cynster? Every girl—even convent-educated ones—dreams of forbidden kisses. So when a man literally falls at Helena's feet as she's walking through the courtyard one moonlit Christmas Eve, the pretty, young comtesse d'Lisle knows he's up to no good. He's clearly a bit dangerous... and obviously caught in the middle of a clandestine rendezvous. Why else would he have risked his neck and jumped out of a window into the snow? It's wrong, it's outlandish . . . and it's the most utterly romantic gesture she's ever seen. So when the good sisters rush up, demanding to know ifshe has seen a man on the grounds, Helena ignores the years of strict upbringing that insist she reveal his presence. To lie would be a sin, but 'no one can be good all the time. As a reward for her silence, the stranger takes her in his arms and enticingly, unforgettably kisses her—and then departs, leaving a lingering if unspoken promise of all that might be, should fate decree that they meet again. Although Helena doesn't know it, her wild Englishman is Sebastian Cynster, Duke of St. Ives, a nobleman who will prove to be her destiny. Seven years later, Helena has been transformed from a pretty schoolgirl to an aristocratic beauty. Her sparkling wit has made her sought after by London's hostesses; her considerable dowry has made winning her hand the aim of many a gentleman . . . but she is deadeningly aware of how boring so many ofthese gentlemen are. Her manipulative guardian has unexpectedly allowed her to find a husband of her own choosing, and she has no intention of marrying any man who tries to tame her. There must be someone perfect for her . . . someone who can live up to the promise ofthat long-ago kiss. Then, at a ball, fate strikes. Once again, it is the Christmas season, and across the crowded room Helena stands transfixed . . . for there is the man whose kiss she has never forgotten, the man of her memory whom no other has ever been able to supplant. Her wild, mysterious Englishman, Sebastian Cynster, Duke of St. Ives. One look, and he's determined to reclaim her . . . .

The Promise of a Kiss by Synithia Williams

Title The Promise of a Kiss
Author Synithia Williams
Publisher HQN Books
Release 2020-02-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 1488058997
Language English, Spanish, and French
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They’ve worked together for years. But one weekend away will change everything… Dominic Ferrell is the ultimate fixer. If a problem has to disappear, Dominic is the one to call. So when senatorial candidate Byron Robidoux needs help tracking down a woman from his past, Dominic can’t resist taking the job and enlisting the best PI he knows to help. It’s an open-and-shut case…or at least it was supposed to be. From the moment Dominic walks into her office, six feet of cool, confident, magnetism, Jeanette knows she’s in for some delicious trouble. He may want to approach the woman they’re hired to find on his own, but Jeanette has a hunch about this case—and she’s never ever wrong. They either finish this together…or not at all. What begins as a simple work trip soon turns into something far more fun—and more complicated. And as the sparks between them ignite, nothing will ever be the same. But will Dominic and Jeanette get burned?

The Promise in a Kiss by Stephanie Laurens

Title The Promise in a Kiss
Author Stephanie Laurens
Publisher
Release 2001
Category Nobility
Total Pages
ISBN 9781567110289
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The promise in a kiss: a Christmas novel/ Stephanie Laurens.

The Promise Of A Kiss by K. C. Bateman

Title The Promise Of A Kiss
Author K. C. Bateman
Publisher Kate Bateman
Release 2020-05-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 193
ISBN 1732637822
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Egypt, 1815. A reluctant hero. When cash-strapped adventurer Harry Tremayne accepts five thousand pounds to locate Lady Hester Morden in Egypt, he knows he's in for a rough ride. The headstrong mapmaker has been a source of irritation--and forbidden attraction--for years. A damsel in distress? Lady Hester doesn't need rescuing. She's far too busy enjoying her freedom to return to the stuffy confines of London. Besides, handsome scoundrel Harry Tremayne is the last man she wants to see; she's still plagued by the memory of their one, unforgettable kiss. A deadly curse. When Hester discovers a necklace in the sand--one which may or may not be cursed by an ancient Egyptian goddess--the two are thrust into an adventure that takes them from the desert's seductive heat to the perils of Napoleonic France. Can they ignore their inconvenient attraction long enough to save the world? The answer may just lie in the promise of a single kiss . . .

The Promise in a Kiss by Stephanie Laurens

Title The Promise in a Kiss
Author Stephanie Laurens
Publisher
Release 2001
Category Cynster family (Fictitious characters)
Total Pages 292
ISBN 9780786265473
Language English, Spanish, and French
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As Helena prepares to enter London society, determined to marry the most eligible bachelor, Sebastian, Duke of Ives, she discovers that he is the same enigmatic Englishman who changed her life with one incredible kiss on a Christmas Eve long ago.

Title The Promise in a Kiss with Bonus Material
Author Stephanie Laurens
Publisher Harper Collins
Release 2013-01-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages 100
ISBN 0062266187
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What would you do if you were kissed by the most handsome stranger you'd ever seen? And what if that man was a Cynster? Every girl—even convent-educated ones—dreams of forbidden kisses. So when a man literally falls at Helena's feet as she's walking through the courtyard one moonlit Christmas Eve, the pretty, young comtesse d'Lisle knows he's up to no good. He's clearly a bit dangerous... and obviously caught in the middle of a clandestine rendezvous. Why else would he have risked his neck and jumped out of a window into the snow? It's wrong, it's outlandish . . . and it's the most utterly romantic gesture she's ever seen. So when the good sisters rush up, demanding to know if she has seen a man on the grounds, Helena ignores the years of strict upbringing that insist she reveal his presence. To lie would be a sin, but 'no one can be good all the time. As a reward for her silence, the stranger takes her in his arms and enticingly, unforgettably kisses her—and then departs, leaving a lingering if unspoken promise of all that might be, should fate decree that they meet again. Although Helena doesn't know it, her wild Englishman is Sebastian Cynster, Duke of St. Ives, a nobleman who will prove to be her destiny. Seven years later, Helena has been transformed from a pretty schoolgirl to an aristocratic beauty. Her sparkling wit has made her sought after by London's hostesses; her considerable dowry has made winning her hand the aim of many a gentleman . . . but she is deafeningly aware of how boring so many of these gentlemen are. Her manipulative guardian has unexpectedly allowed her to find a husband of her own choosing, and she has no intention of marrying any man who tries to tame her. There must be someone perfect for her . . . someone who can live up to the promise of that long-ago kiss. Then, at a ball, fate strikes. Once again, it is the Christmas season, and across the crowded room Helena stands transfixed . . . for there is the man whose kiss she has never forgotten, the man of her memory whom no other has ever been able to supplant. Her wild, mysterious Englishman, Sebastian Cynster, Duke of St. Ives. One look, and he's determined to reclaim her . . . .

The Promise English by PRAFULL ACHARI

Title The Promise English
Author PRAFULL ACHARI
Publisher prafull achari
Release 2020-08-03
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 57
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'The Promise’ a book based on the true story of Corona in Peru Prafull Achari's book 'The Promise' will be published online on Amazon Kindle and Google Books on August 3, 2020. Readers will also get a free reading on Google Books. This book shows the situation of an Indian newlywed couple trapped in lockdown after an outbreak of the coronavirus in Peru. An analysis of how the coronavirus spread there and how it fought for 87 days in this unfamiliar place has been analyzed. The newlyweds are trying to figure out how to cope with a sudden arrival in Peru called Corona. After the wedding, they went for a Travel in Peru in South America, causing a lockdown there, so all access roads were closed. All flights to India were closed, making it difficult to return. However, they stayed there for 87 days without leaving each other, giving each other patience, and taking care of each other. The situation was deteriorating day by day, the author also analyzed how the coronavirus affected the people there. He returned to India through the Vande Bharat Mission, which was launched by India to repatriate Indians stranded abroad. This whole journey of his is presented in this book. Prafull has previously written several books, including She and I, Akbar & Birbal, Navratri, Durava, and The Last Kiss. All of these are available for readers to read on Amazon Kindle and Google Books. The book 'The Promise' will be available for free reading on Amazon Kindle and Google Books from August 3, 2020.

A Kiss And A Promise by Katie Flynn

Title A Kiss And A Promise
Author Katie Flynn
Publisher Random House
Release 2011-03-29
Category Fiction
Total Pages 464
ISBN 1446427625
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sometimes hope is all you need... Liverpool, 1917: When Irish seaman Michael Gallagher docks in Liverpool after years of fighting with the British Navy, he never expects to fall in love. But the moment he glimpses Stella Bennett standing on the quayside, all thoughts of returning to his homeland vanish. Determined to be together, the young couple defy Stella’s parents’ wishes. But their plans to marry are soon derailed by the arrival of baby Ginny. Her crop of fiery red hair plants a seed of doubt in her father’s mind and it’s not long before their world begins to fall apart. As Michael returns to Ireland, Stella dies unexpectedly, leaving Ginny to be brought up in the slums at the mercy of her grandmother. Will she escape the shackles of her new life and find a way back to her father?

The Promise by Silvina Ocampo

Title The Promise
Author Silvina Ocampo
Publisher City Lights Books
Release 2019-10-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages
ISBN 0872868036
Language English, Spanish, and French
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* Voted one of the Big Fall Books from Indies by Publishers Weekly & LITHUB's Most Anticipated Books of 2019 A dying woman's attempt to recount the story of her life reveals the fragility of memory and the illusion of identity. "Of all the words that could define her, the most accurate is, I think, ingenious."—Jorge Luis Borges "I don't know of another writer who better captures the magic inside everyday rituals, the forbidden or hidden face that our mirrors don't show us."—Italo Calvino "Few writers have an eye for the small horrors of everyday life; fewer still see the everyday marvelous. Other than Silvina Ocampo, I cannot think of a single writer who, at any time in any language, has chronicled both with such wise and elegant humor."—Alberto Manguel "Art is the cure for death. A seminal work by an underread master. Required for all students of the human condition."—Starred Review, Kirkus Reviews "This haunting and vital final work from Ocampo, her only novel, is about a woman's life flashing before her eyes when she's stranded in the ocean. . . . the book’s true power is its depiction of the strength of the mind and the necessity of storytelling, which for the narrator is literally staving off death. Ocampo’s portrait of one woman’s interior life is forceful and full of hope."—Gabe Habash, Starred Review, Publishers Weekly "Ocampo is beyond great—she is necessary."—Hernan Diaz, author of In the Distance "I don't know of another writer who better captures the magic inside everyday rituals, the forbidden or hidden face that our mirrors don't show us."—Italo Calvino "These two newly translated books could make her a rediscovery on par with Clarice Lispector. . . . there has never been another voice like hers."—John Freeman, Executive Editor, LITHUB "Like William Blake, Ocampo's first voice was that of a visual artist; in her writing she retains the will to unveil immaterial so that we might at least look at it if not touch it."—Helen Oyeyemi, author of Gingerbread A woman traveling on a transatlantic ship has fallen overboard. Adrift at sea, she makes a promise to Saint Rita, "arbiter of the impossible," that if she survives, she will write her life story. As she drifts, she wonders what she might include in the story of her life—a repertoire of miracles, threats, and people parade tumultuously through her mind. Little by little, her imagination begins to commandeer her memories, escaping the strictures of realism. Translated into English for the very first time, The Promise showcases Silvina Ocampo at her most feminist, idiosyncratic and subversive. Ocampo worked quietly to perfect this novella over the course of twenty-five years, nearly up until the time of her death in 1993. Praise for The Promise: "A woman examines her life piecemeal, putting it together like a puzzle missing half its pieces--but the resulting image is all the more mesmerizing because of it. A deft and subtle novel that holds together as airily as a spider's web."—Brian Evenson, author of Song for the Unraveling of the World: Stories

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