Henry Cole shows us a day in the life of a cat named Spot. Spot sneaks away from home by way of an open window to go on a word journey through the city. Follow Spot as he weaves through busy city streets, visits a farmers market, wanders into a park full of kite-flyers, and beyond. But while Spot is out on his adventure, his beloved boy owner is looking for him—seeming to just miss him every time. When all seems almost lost, Spot’s story reminds us that there’s always a way back home.
Aandra’s life has been difficult at best. She’s been hurt in every way imaginable, but she’s a fighter. While she’s come along way as a transgendered female, she still has a ways to go. Especially, when there are people around her who won’t allow her to forget her past. In an attempt to start a new, Aandra accepts her new love interest, Ebiundu Akintola aka Ebi, marriage proposal. She’s so ecstatic that a man has actually fallen for her that she quickly accepts. Except, Waheed just won’t allow her to be great. When he pops up on one of the most important days of her life, what will be the outcome? He’s not taking no for an answer. As soon as she comes face to face with him, old feelings resurface. While she’s with Ebi, Aandra doesn’t know all of Ebi’s secret and it just might rock her world. Do you think Aandra can live a drama free life? Who do you think she’ll end up spending her life with? In this highly anticipated sequel, secrets, lies and betrayals are all exposed.
Miranda has an amazing job on a seven-star cruise ship, her best friend works with her and she gets to sail around the world. But her perfect world she tried so hard to create comes crashing down when Alec Bane climbs on board.
He is rich, handsome and a complete playboy.
From the minute he sets eyes on Miranda he singles her out, but Miranda won’t be fooled by his charming manners and alluring dark blue eyes. She sees him for the womanizing fool he is and won’t have anything to do with him. Fate however has something else in store for her.
When she is outsourced to another company, Miranda finds herself working as a personal assistant for Alec Bane. Seeing him every day and being in such close proximity has a strange effect on Miranda and she doesn’t know how long she can fight off this growing attraction.
When the truth comes out about Alec, Miranda is heartbroken but gets a chance to become the happiest woman on earth.
Yuu y Atsushi han estado juntos desde pequeños, inseparables pero ¿se atreverán a confesarse su amor y pasión?
A story of redemption and self-examination, The Pahlavi Sword introduces SAVAK security Captain Jamsheed Al-Armaghani, the young, handsome officer who finds himself at risky odds with his immediate supervisor, Commander Farouk Nabizadeh. SAVAK’s systematic torture of Evin Prison’s inmates infuriates and confronts Jamsheed’s conscience and security status to the point of underground resistance. Subsequently, he is publicly branded a fugitive of the law, which compels him to forge a fragile, unlikely alliance with outlawed, anti-regime resistance fighters and political organizations, including the communist-leaning Tudeh Party.
His one-year asylum under the protection of Tehran’s Assyrian Church subjects him to a brief romantic encounter with loyal church member Fareeda, an outspoken, nurse and daring Assyrian freedom fighter. He is also conflicted by his own covert actions, constantly questioning whether they are driven by his instinctive desire to seek justice or revenge, particularly when obsessed by an unrelenting crave to embarrass his former commander Nabizadeh before the shah, he blindly admires, and expose him embroiled in multiple scandals, including blackmail, drug trafficking and child kidnapping. As Jamsheed’s world increasingly slips on the fast track of regime change, he and brother Mahmood reluctantly flee Iran before travel restrictions are imposed, as their homeland is poised to welcome its exiled religious leader, the Ayatollah Raola Khomeini, in February of 1979. Whether or not Jamsheed Al-Armaghani returns to Iran is ultimately influenced by Evin’s former inmate, Thuraya Al Gailani.
Briefly examines how we get rid of the things we throw away, describing some of the problems of waste disposal and some of the solutions.