Everything We Keep
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✏Summary of Everything We Keep by Kerry Lonsdale Book Summary : Wanna Read But Not Enough Time?Then, grab a SpeedyReads of Everything We Keep by Kerry Lonsdale now!Here's a sample of what you'll see in this book:Summary of 'Everything We Keep: A Novel' by Kerry LonsdaleOn their would-be wedding day, Aimee Tierney has to attend her fiancé's funeral since he had an accident and died recently. The funeral is too much for her since in the church where she was supposed to have her wedding with James Charles Donato, she is part of her fiancé's funeral. James' brother Thomas gives her a big amount of money that was supposed to be included in James' will when they got married. Thomas suggests that she either realize her dream of opening her restaurant with it or travel the world. When Aimee is about to run away from the site since it is too much, a woman named Lacy meets and tells her that James is alive. She does not believe Lacy initially but the intensity in Lacy's eyes makes her believe that the woman knows something. Lacy asks her to visit her as soon as possible and leaves her card with her. Nadia and Kristen, Aimee's friends who were supposed to be her bridesmaids, find her.*this is an unofficial summary of Everything We Keep by Kerry Lonsdale. It is not endorsed, affiliated by Everything We Keep or Kerry Lonsdale. It is not the full book.Download And Start Reading Now - Even if it's 3 AM!Hurry, Limited Quantities Available!*Bonus Section Included*100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money back!
📒Everything We Need For Life And Godliness ✍ Sara E. Gulino
✏Everything We Need For Life and Godliness Book Summary : Why do we read the Psalms? We read them because we find comfort in them. We identify ourselves with the ups and downs of the writer, his feelings and emotions. They show the struggles of the writer with God’s activities, “how long before you….” The psalmist says, and our cry to the Lord mixes with his. They show his fears when he writes: “though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death” and our fear becomes one with his. The theologian reads them because of their prophetic and Messianic teachings. But, do we ever read them because they teach us how we relate to God? See how the Psalms teach us what a person in a right relationship with God does in his relationship with Him. Experience a thrilling, growing, and often convicting journey in God while being richly blessed as you learn what it means: “He establishes the work of our hands” and see the Apostle Paul’s example. “We know that our times are in God’s hands” and see how God created time for our salvation and why He determines our days. “We consider all precepts right” and see the problems of the pick-and-choose theology. “We are devoted to God” and see how we’re little burning bushes walking the streets of this world. “We trust in God” and see how little we do…and much more.
📒Everything We Give ✍ Kerry Lonsdale
✏Everything We Give Book Summary : From the author of Everything We Keep comes the final novel in the Amazon Charts and Wall Street Journal bestselling Everything Series. Brimming with suspense, mystery, and romance, Everything We Give brings to a powerful close the gripping series of love, lies, and the secrets families keep. Award-winning photographer Ian Collins made only one mistake in life, but it cost his mother her freedom and destroyed their family, leaving Ian to practically raise himself. For years he's been estranged from his father, and his mother has lived off the grid. For just as long, he has searched for her. Now, Ian seemingly has it all--national recognition for his photographs; his loving wife, Aimee; and their adoring daughter, Caty. Only two things elude him: a feature in National Geographic and finding his mother. When the prized magazine offers him his dream project on the same day that Aimee's ex-fiancé, James, returns bearing a message for Ian but putting a strain on his marriage, Ian must make a choice: chase after a coveted assignment or reconnect with a mysterious woman who might hold the key to putting his past to rest. But the stakes are high, because Ian could lose the one thing he holds most dear: his family.
📒The Secrets We Keep ✍ Kate Hewitt
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📒Everything We Are ✍ Megan Walker
✏Everything We Are Book Summary : Felix never believed in soulmates . . . until he met her. Felix Mays has only two goals in life—to play his cello and to stay off heroin. He's only a few weeks out of rehab and accomplishing both—barely. Then Felix meets gorgeous Jenna Rollins, single mom and half of the rising pop-star duo Alec and Jenna, who've practically been voted LA's cutest couple. Jenna offers Felix a job with the band, and it's an opportunity he can't refuse, even though his feelings for Jenna are quickly turning romantic. Then Felix learns the truth—Alec and Jenna have been broken up for over a year, and maintain their couple-image just for the fans. Jenna is falling for Felix as fast he is for her, but she and Alec have agreed not to date anyone until the band has peaked—and that's clearly years away. Felix and Jenna are determined to make it work, despite the strain on their careers, their relationships with the band, and even Felix's struggling sobriety. A situation this stressful is the last thing Felix needs—and the one thing he can't bring himself to walk away from. Everything We Are is a standalone romance novel with no cliffhanger, no cheating, and a swoon-worthy happily ever after. It can be read separately from the first books in the series, though characters from those books do appear in supporting roles. It contains R-rated sexual content, swearing, and references to partying and drug use. "Delightful, spunky, and deliciously well-written" --Bestselling Author Jen Greyson
📒The Pieces We Keep ✍ Kristina McMorris
✏The Pieces We Keep Book Summary : "Gripped me from the first page and didn't let go." —Alyson Richman, bestselling author of The Lost Wife In this richly emotional novel, Kristina McMorris evokes the depth of a mother's bond with her child, and the power of personal histories to echo through generations. . . Two years have done little to ease veterinarian Audra Hughes's grief over her husband's untimely death. Eager for a fresh start, Audra plans to leave Portland for a new job in Philadelphia. Her seven-year-old son, Jack, seems apprehensive about flying—but it's just the beginning of an anxiety that grows to consume him. As Jack's fears continue to surface in recurring and violent nightmares, Audra hardly recognizes the introverted boy he has become. Desperate, she traces snippets of information unearthed in Jack's dreams, leading her to Sean Malloy, a struggling US Army veteran wounded in Afghanistan. Together they unravel a mystery dating back to World War II, and uncover old family secrets that still have the strength to wound—and perhaps, at last, to heal. Intricate and beautifully written, The Pieces We Keep illuminates those moments when life asks us to reach beyond what we know and embrace what was once unthinkable. Deftly weaving together past and present, herein lies a story that is at once poignant and thought-provoking, and as unpredictable as the human heart. Advance Praise For The Pieces We Keep "The past collides with the present in this sensitive and multilayered story where the discovery of long-held family secrets leads to healing. The contemporary twist will be a treat for fans of World War II historical fiction." --Beth Hoffman, New York Times bestselling author of Looking for Me and Saving CeeCee Honeycutt Praise For Bridge Of Scarlet Leaves "Impeccably researched and beautifully written." --Karen White, New York Times bestselling author "Readers of World War II fiction will devour Kristina McMorris's Bridge of Scarlet Leaves, a poignant, authentic story of Japanese and American lovers crossed not only by the stars but by the vagaries of war and their own country's prejudices." —Jenna Blum, New York Times bestselling author of Those Who Save Us Praise For Letters From Home "An absolutely lovely debut novel filled with endearing characters and lively descriptions. Fans of World War II romantic fiction will definitely enjoy this fast-paced story." —Kristin Hannah "A tender and heartfelt glimpse of a time long past. While wholly original, it's filled with characters as beloved as your own grandparents. Propelled by the epic sweep of world war, yet warmed by intimate human moments, this story will linger in the reader's memory long after the last page is turned." —Susan Wiggs
📒Wonderland ✍ Daniel Doen Silberberg
✏Wonderland Book Summary : Written in the non-traditional, humorous, and slightly irreverent tone of books like Sit Down and Shut Up, and Dharma Punxs, Wonderlandis a highly original riff on Alice in Wonderland, using the classic story as a jumping off point for conveying the Zen concept of ‘One Mind’. Daniel Silberberg’s first book is a unique contribution to contemporary American Zen, which honors its historic roots and yet strikes out into fresh areas. It presents a lively mix of tone and quotation and levels of discourse, from citing Timeless Spring or the Diamond Sutra to Kill Bill and ketchup. With stories from his own life as well as from the larger cultural swirl around him, Daniel Silberberg reflects on the differences between how we perceive the world around us and the way it actually is. Daniel Silberberg’s take on a variety of Buddhist ideas and concepts are immediately useful and relevant. The reader will find that it addresses directly some of the issues they are dealing with in their own practice. The author’s insights and experiences come from his experience leading a large Zen community and from his almost thirty years of Zen Training in the lineage of the highly revered teachers Genpo Roshi and Maezumi Roshi.
📒Fault Lines ✍ Nancy Huston
✏Fault Lines Book Summary : A brilliantly written family epic that won France’s Prix Femina and was shortlisted for the Orange Prize. “An immaculate novel” (The Guardian). In a profound and poetic story, internationally acclaimed and bestselling author Nancy Huston traces four generations of a single family from present-day California to WWII-era Germany. Fault Lines begins with Sol, a gifted, terrifying child whose mother believes he is destined for greatness partly because he has a birthmark like his dad, his grandmother, and his great-grandmother. When Sol’s family makes an unexpected trip to Germany, secrets begin to emerge about their history during World War II. It seems birthmarks are not all that’s been passed down through the bloodlines. Closely observed, lyrically told, and epic in scope, Fault Lines is a touching, fearless, and unusual novel about four generations of children and their parents. The story moves from the West Coast of the United States to the East, from Haifa to Toronto to Munich, as secrets unwind back through time until a devastating truth about the family’s origins is reached. Huston tells a riveting, vigorous tale in which love, music, and faith rage against the shape of evil. “Huston’s powerful novel combines the pacing of a thriller with the emotional intricacies that are the hallmark of the best family stories.” —Booklist (starred review)
📒The Milk Chicken Bomb ✍ Andrew Wedderburn
✏The Milk Chicken Bomb Book Summary : The kid sells lemonade. Not a lot of people buy lemonade, especially now that itÕs winter, but the kid makes good lemonade, even if his friend Mullen thinks it ought to be sweeter. They donÕt talk much with the other ten-year-olds Ð most of the others are Dead Kids anyway. Except for Jenny Tierney, but sheÕs busy breaking kidsÕ faces with her math book. Besides, the Russians from the meat-packing plant are a lot cooler, and they always win at curling. But in small-town Alberta, there are just too many roman-candle fights, bonspiels, retaliatory river diversions, black-market submarines, exploding boilers, meat-packing-plant suicides and recess-time lightning strikes for one lonely kid to get any attention. He might as well go to Kazakhstan. Then the adults in his life start disappearing down tunnels and into rendering vats. Being ten is hard enough without all that, especially when your best friend is ruining the lemonade. But the Milk Chicken Bomb should change everything. Frenetic, hilarious and gently heartrending, The Milk Chicken Bomb takes us inside the mind of a troubled ten-year-old who is just beginning to understand that the adults around him are as lonely and bewildered as he is in the face of the slapstick demands of the world.
📒The Armoire ✍ Richard Wolanski
✏The Armoire Book Summary : As Fig travels in the deepest parts of the Wanderland to face off with the Fly King, Lieutenant Inspector Raeon is on the verge of discovering Aeneid's true murderer. A strange yellow haze and an empty wooden cup reveal a vicious plot to depose of all of the Seekers in the Sourwood. Too close to outing the culprit, Raeon is falsely accused and his life hangs in the balance as he is held to stand trial. There Are No Gods for Arthropods is a satirical dark fantasy and an episodic novella series. Short enough to read in a single sitting, and yet, terrifying enough to keep you awake till midnight. Episode Three is—THE ARMOIRE.