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Heaven Diaz was raised by her abuela to be a good Catholic girl. But nothing -- and no one -- will mess with her life, or there will be hell to pay.... With a fantastic career, a luxurious home, and a successful and adoring husband, Heaven has a lot to be thankful for. But a chance meeting with a sexy and manipulative woman changes her life almost overnight, pulling Heaven into a violent drug war -- a battle she didn't want but now can't escape. What no one counted on is Heaven herself -- for when this good girl gets pushed too far, her wrath is deadly.
This collection is a combination of romantic, philosophic, mystical, and spiritual poetry written to warm even the coldest of hearts. They come from a very inspired place that speaks of a great desire to understand ourselves. The elusive butterfly in all of us, that out of its innate curiosity to learn and experience things by necessity, transforms itself. They also speak of the unique place that we all share in the divine tapestry we call life and how we are all intimately connected. The poems reflect on the betrayal and hypocrisy that we all inevitably encounter on our journey through life. Most importantly, a message of hope and joy runs through them, so that we are always reminded that even in our darkest moments, the light of truth and love has never abandoned us. The book also shares some of the stories that inspired and motivated some of the poems. They run the gamut, from gut-wrenching tearjerkers to deeply impassioned pleas for universal kindness to the whimsical frolic of a playful little child. Included is a section titled Musings on Life. These are philosophic perspectives intended to be life lessons for the reader. It's been said that not all men are masters, but all masters have been men. Along that same line of thinking, the author feels that although not all philosophers are poets, all poets are philosophers.
Heaven's Touch (Mills & Boon Love Inspired) by Jillian Hart Pdf
Special forces soldier Ben McKaslin returned home with a bum leg, a bad attitude and his career in tatters. Then, in one defining moment, an emergency had him leaping instinctively to the rescue–and locking eyes with the captivating woman he'd left behind. Could this have been God's plan all along?
Regan and Drew met in the 20th century but find passion in the distant past. In this sequel to "Heaven Sent, " the timeless couple now find themselves with new identities, new bodies, and new dreams in medieval Scotland.
An explosive first-person account by a young woman who spent 15 years in a sex cult which turned its female devotees into prostitutes, leading strangers to the love of God by enticing them with the pleasures of the flesh. of photos.
Heaven's Fire by Patricia Ryan,Patricia Burford Ryan Pdf
Patricia Ryan takes sizzling passion one step further with this book, the spellbinding story of a young woman who finds refuge with a man studying to become a priest. Struggling against the constraints of society, honor, and the Church, they fight their growing attraction, but even as they try to resist, their will grows weaker.
Touched by Heaven's Light by Brad Steiger,Sherry Hansen Steiger Pdf
This collection of truly inspirational stories presents an affirming view into heaven's gate as told by those who have visited heaven through dreams and visions. While experiencing the world beyond the physical, some returned to the mortal plane to share the realities of an afterlife with family and friends. First hand accounts involve angelic guides, receiving spiritual messages, memories of heaven, and loved ones who have crossed to the other side.
Tea growing was a prosperous industry in Sichuan when Wang Anshi's New Policies created a Tea Market Agency to buy up Sichuanese tea and trade it to Tibetan tribesmen for cavalry horses. At first the highly autonomous Agency not only acquired the needed horses but made a profit. After the Jurchen conquest of North China, however, market realities changed and the combined Tea and Horse Agency's once successful policies ruined tea farmers, failed to meet quotas for horses, and ran a deficit. Smith details the workings of Sichuan tea farming and the tea trade, examines the geopolitical factors that forced the Song to buy horses, and graphically describes the difficulties of driving them more than a thousand miles through rugged mountains with only inexperienced conscripts as trail hands. In this study of fiscal sociology, Smith also explains how the Tea and Horse Agency transformed the Sichuan local elite, which was notorious for its resistance to state power, into imperial civil servants eager to tax their own region. He draws on modern theories of corporate behavior to explain what made the inner workings of the Agency an extraordinary departure for the Chinese civil service; and he demonstrates how the Agency put into practice the most radical New-Policies theories of state economic activism. The Agency made entrepreneurs out of bureaucrats, but ultimately became ruinously tyrannical as the system of state rewards and punishments drove its personnel to actions that crippled key sectors of the economy.
Heaven's Face, Thinly Veiled by Sarah Anderson Pdf
This anthology brings together women's writing from classic religious literature, as well as many passages of fiction and poetry that are truly undiscovered treasures of women's spirituality. Contributors include Simone de Beauvoir, Willa Cather, Annie Dillard, Isadora Duncan, George Eliot, Queen Elizabeth I, George Sand, Christina Rossetti, Alice Walker, Simone Weil, Virginia Woolf, Saint Teresa of Avila, and others.