The Distance Between Us
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📒Into The Distance Between Us ✍ Brenda Christine
✏Into the Distance Between Us Book Summary : A collection of varied poems that span twenty years of a female poet's life after falling in love with a man she has never met.
📒The Distance Between Us ✍ Kasie West
✏The Distance Between Us Book Summary : Money can't buy a good first impression. Seventeen-year-old Caymen Meyers learned early that the rich are not to be trusted. And after years of studying them from behind the cash register of her mom's porcelain-doll shop, she has seen nothing to prove otherwise. Enter Xander Spence—he's tall, handsome, and oozing rich. Despite his charming ways and the fact that he seems to be one of the first people who actually gets her, she's smart enough to know his interest won't last. Because if there's one thing she's learned from her mother's warnings, it's that the rich have a short attention span. But just when Xander's loyalty and attentiveness are about to convince Caymen that being rich isn't a character flaw, she finds out that money is a much bigger part of their relationship than she'd ever realized. With so many obstacles standing in their way, can she close the distance between them?
📒The Distance Between Us ✍ Reyna Grande
✏The Distance Between Us Book Summary : Traces the author's experiences as an illegal child immigrant, describing her father's violent alcoholism, her efforts to obtain a higher education, and the inspiration of Latina authors.
📒The Distance Between Us ✍ Renato Cisneros
✏The Distance Between Us Book Summary : A son looks back on the family history that shaped him and led to his father's leading role in a brutal dictatorship.
📒The Distance Between Us ✍ jim bourey
✏The Distance Between Us Book Summary : Collected poetry by jim bourey.
📒The Distance Between Us ✍ Sarah Playle
✏The Distance Between Us Book Summary : At thirteen, AL had a choice to make. She could continue living on the streets with her best friend, Wolf, or leave with him when he went to work for his mother's ex-boyfriend and known drug dealer; Mark. AL makes the difficult decision to leave. Now, five years later the consequences of that choice finally catches up to her. When Mark plans a job that is much too risky, she uses it as an excuse to leave him, but when the job goes wrong, putting Wolf in the hospital and sending the police after them, she is forced to return. Now back on the run she must question her future and confront her feelings about her friend, guardian, and boss; Mark.
📒The Distance Between Us ✍ L. A. Witt
✏The Distance Between Us Book Summary : After ten years together, Ethan Mallory and Rhett Solomon are calling it quits and are ready to move on. Thanks to Seattle's depressed real estate market, though, they're stuck living as roommates with a hefty mortgage hanging over their heads. In an effort to speed things along, they decide to bring in some extra money by renting out the spare bedroom.Wilde's bartender Kieran Frost moves in, and suddenly, the only thing Ethan and Rhett both want more than getting away from each other is getting close to their single, young, hot roommate. Kieran doesn't mind the attention from both, and he certainly doesn't mind sharing. Their combined chemistry ignites something else that Ethan and Rhett had thought was long dead-the mutual attraction that drew them together in the first place. Except bitter jealousy over Kieran could push them even farther apart... This 53,000 word novel was previously published and has been lightly revised.
📒The Distance Between Us ✍ Abigail Davies
✏The Distance Between Us Book Summary : Addiction NOUN The fact or condition of being addicted to a particular substance or activity. I'm a strong woman. Or at least, I think I am. I used to be so sure about that. I trained everyday, making sure I could take down anyone that I needed to. Mixed martial arts, kickboxing, self-defense, karate. You name it, I've done it. I prided myself on being not only physically strong but mentally too. I knew mind games, I knew how to put on a front. I may be small in size but I like to think of myself as a pocket rocket. Quick thinking, fast reflexes. When I was younger, I was known as the delicate little flower, the person people needed to protect, to not let get hurt. I hated it. I didn't want someone who was paid to protect me, I wanted to be able to do that shit myself and that started with leaving home at eighteen with only a couple of hundred bucks and a bag full of clothes on my back to get away from my father. But I never expected to meet him along the way. The person whose eyes were full of sadness and heartbreak. The person who turned my world upside down and my heart inside out. The problem? He only wanted someone to warm his bed at night, and that was okay for a while. Until I wanted more. Competing with someone who didn't exist anymore was impossible, and that's exactly what I was doing when it came to him. There was a time when I thought I could pull him out of the darkness but now I know that won't happen, not while I'm slipping into that darkness myself and especially not while I'm in a love affair with those pretty little pills. They gave me relief, calmed my body and soul, all the while destroying everything that I worked to become and all that I am. Now? Now it's just me and them.
📒The Distance Between Us ✍ Christopher Capozziello
✏The Distance Between Us Book Summary : Photojournalist Christopher turns his camera on his twin brother Nick, confronting their differences. Nick has cerebral palsy.
📒The Distance Between Us ✍ Noah Bly
✏The Distance Between Us Book Summary : In The Distance Between Us, Noah Bly presents a blistering portrait of a troubled family, of bonds that can be battered but never broken, and of the friendships that can make us whole again. Hester Parker resides in an elegant Victorian house in the town of Bolton, Illinois. She spends her evenings listening to the lush tones of Mahler and Chopin, drinking sub-par Merlot, and reflecting on a life that has suddenly fallen apart. At seventy-one, Hester is as brilliant and sharp-tongued as ever, capable of inspiring her music students to soaring heights or reducing them to tears with a single comment. But her wit can’t hide the bitterness that comes with loss—the loss of her renowned violinist husband, Arthur Donovan, who left her for another woman, and the loss of her career as a concert pianist after injuring her wrist. In this home that holds so many memories, Hester and Arthur raised three volatile children—Paul, a talented and neurotic cellist, Caitlin, an accomplished literary professor who inspires both dread and worship among her students, and Jeremy, sweet, spirited, and as musically gifted as his parents. Though Caitlin and Paul still live in Bolton, both have taken Arthur’s side in the divorce and rarely see their mother. When Hester decides to rent out the attic apartment to Alex, a young college student, she has no idea of the impact he will have on her life and her family. Good-natured and awkward, with secrets of his own, Alex becomes an unlikely confidant and a means of reconnecting with the world outside Hester’s window. But his presence also exposes old memories and grief that Hester has tried to bury. Over the course of one remarkable month, Hester will confront angry accusations, long-hidden jealousies, and the inescapable truth that tore her family apart and might, against all odds, help reconcile them again. And her brief friendship with Alex will leave each with a surprising legacy—acceptance of the past, a seed of comfort in the present, and hope for the future, wherever it may lead. Tender and funny, heartbreaking and wise, The Distance Between Us is a masterful evocation of family and friendship, of the pain that goes hand-in-hand with love, and of the grace and wisdom that remain when heartbreak finally subsides.