The Girl Next Door
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📒The Girl Next Door ✍ Chelsea M. Cameron
✏The Girl Next Door Book Summary : New York Times bestselling author Chelsea M. Cameron is back with the opposites-attract, sweet-and-sexy small-town romance you’ve been waiting for. Iris Turner hightailed it out of Salty Cove, Maine, without so much as a backward glance. Which is why finding herself back in her hometown—in her childhood bedroom, no less—has the normally upbeat Iris feeling a bit down and out. Her spirits get a much-needed lift, though, at the sight of the sexy girl next door. No one knows why Jude Wicks is back in Salty Cove, and that’s just how she likes it. Jude never imagined she’d be once again living in her parents’ house, never mind hauling lobster like a local. But the solitude is just what she needs—until Iris tempts her to open up. A no-strings summer fling seems like the perfect distraction for both women. Jude rides a motorcycle, kisses hard and gives Iris the perfect distraction from her tangled mess of a life. But come September, Iris is still determined to get out of this zero-stoplight town. That is, unless Jude can give her a reason to stay… Carina Adores is home to highly romantic contemporary love stories featuring beloved romance tropes, where LGBTQ+ characters find their happily-ever-afters. This book is approximately 60,000 words One-click with confidence. This title is part of the Carina Press Romance Promise: all the romance you’re looking for with an HEA/HFN. It’s a promise! A new Carina Adores title is available each month: The Hideaway Inn by Philip William Stover Just Like That by Cole McCade Hairpin Curves by Elia Winters Better Than People by Roan Parrish Full Moon in Leo by Brooklyn Ray The Beautiful Things Shoppe by Philip William Stover Just Like Us by Cole McCade
📒A Short History Of The Girl Next Door ✍ Jared Reck
✏A Short History of the Girl Next Door Book Summary : Equal parts hilarious and heartbreaking, this unrequited love story will appeal to fans of Jennifer Niven, John Green, and Jesse Andrews. Seriously, how can you see a person nearly every day of your life and never think a thing of it, then all of a sudden, one day, it’s different? You see that goofy grin a thousand times and just laugh. But goofy grin #1,001 nearly stops your heart? Right. That sounds like a bad movie already. Matt Wainwright is constantly sabotaged by the overdramatic movie director in his head. He can’t tell his best friend, Tabby, how he really feels about her, he implodes on the JV basketball team, and the only place he feels normal is in Mr. Ellis’s English class, discussing the greatest fart scenes in literature and writing poems about pissed-off candy-cane lumberjacks. If this were a movie, everything would work out perfectly. Tabby would discover that Matt’s madly in love with her, be overcome with emotion, and would fall into his arms. Maybe in the rain. But that’s not how it works. Matt watches Tabby get swept away by senior basketball star and all-around great guy Liam Branson. Losing Tabby to Branson is bad enough, but screwing up and losing her as a friend is even worse. After a tragic accident, Matt finds himself left on the sidelines, on the verge of spiraling out of control and losing everything that matters to him. From debut author Jared Reck comes a fiercely funny and heart-wrenching novel about love, longing, and what happens when life as you know it changes in an instant. “This story broke my heart and made me laugh and gave me hope—and really, what more can you ask of a book than that? I loved it, and I have a feeling you will too.” —Jennifer E. Smith, author of Windfall and The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight “In the blink of an eye, A Short History of the Girl Next Door goes from hilarious to haunting to harrowing to heartbreaking to hopeful and back. You’ll never be sure exactly what kind of tears you’re crying. The riotously funny and achingly authentic voice of this gorgeous coming-of-age story will break your heart, but have no fear: it will piece it back together with the glue of love, hope, and humor, and it will be stronger than before.” —Jeff Zentner, award-winning author of The Serpent King and Goodbye Days “A Short History of the Girl Next Door is a study in paradoxes. It’s laced with both sarcasm and yearning; it’s spit-out-your-drink funny and empty-the-tissue-box sad. Sharp, smart, and unforgettable, this book will make you want to drive down the court, basketball thudding from your hand, both glad and heartbroken to be alive.” —Kate Hattemer, critically acclaimed author of The Vigilante Poets of Selwyn Academy and The Land of 10,000 Madonnas "A powerful novel about first love, the intimacy of childhood friendships, and moving forward from loss, after unexpected tragedy strikes. Reck’s novel is sure to provoke reflection about finding meaning amid life’s unforeseeable tragedies."—Publishers Weekly "Pair this with other novels that explore loss from a male perspective, such as Jeff Zetner’s Goodbye Days or Adam Silvera’s History is All You Left Me."—Booklist "Reck gives subtlety and depth to Matt, so he’s believable as a flawed guy negotiating his way through his feelings for Tabby as well as his social status in school, his ideas of masculinity, and his insecurities."--The Bulletin "Recommend this to readers who enjoyed Steven Levenson’s Dear Evan Hansen."--VOYA
📒The Girl Next Door ✍ Ruth Rendell
✏The Girl Next Door Book Summary : Discovering an earthen tunnel in their 1944 London suburb, six children share a summer of subterranean exploration and reunite six decades later when a box with skeletal remains is found in the same location. By the Edgar Award-winning author of the Inspector Wexford series. 60,000 first printing.
📒The Girl Next Door ✍ Patricia MacDonald
✏The Girl Next Door Book Summary : Patricia MacDonald has won a worldwide audience of readers with her page-turning novels of domestic suspense that twist and turn with surprises. Now she presents a riveting thriller about a young woman who finds her life threatened when she returns to her picture-perfect suburban hometown where a brutal crime shattered her family when she was a teenager. The affluent town of Hoffman, New Jersey reeled in disbelief when highly esteemed physician Duncan Avery stabbed his wife Marsha to death one spring evening. The two Avery sons turned their backs on their father but his daughter Nina never stopped believing in his innocence. Now, fifteen years later, Nina, a struggling actress in New York City, returns to Hoffman when her father is paroled and insists on re-settling there. Not only does Dr. Avery want to repair his relationships with his sons and meet his grandchildren, he claims he wants to find out who killed his wife. But neither Nina's brother Patrick, a successful investment banker with a wife and twin sons, nor Jimmy, a recovering drug addict who has adopted a new family, can bear to acknowledge their father's return. Then, as suddenly as before, another act of violence overturns the Averys' lives. No longer certain if she can trust her family, her neighbors, or her old friends, Nina finds she can rely only on herself and a surprising new ally in her life as she searches for the truth behind crimes past and present. If she digs deep-down into the secrets of her family's and her neighbors' lives she stands a chance of catching a killer before she becomes his next victim. With psychologically perceptive characterizations, emotional realism, and a gripping story line, The Girl Next Door exposes the dark impulses and fierce passions that can rule seemingly ordinary people and showcases Patricia MacDonald at the height of her celebrated powers.
📒I M The Girl Next Door ✍ Ruthy Williams
✏I m the Girl Next Door Book Summary : In this collection of short stories, author Ruthy Williams offers readers a chance to look deep into a mirror and see their own hearts and minds reflected in the images of these seven unique female characters. Meet Natalie, who finally meets the man of her dreams, and in the process, finds out that her best friend isn't at all who she thought she was. Beautiful, and with a perfect body and a perfect husband, it seems like Stella has the perfect life...until she realizes she doesn't have control over anything in her life, not even her own health. Kitty desperately wants to love and be loved, but doesn't know how many more frogs she can kiss in her quest to find a prince. Meet these three women, as well as four others. And as you peek into their lives, dare to learn something about your own life in the process. With compassion, wisdom, insight, and even humor, I'm the Girl Next Door tackles some of the most fraught and thorny parts of being a woman-and encourages female readers to persevere with fortitude and grace for themselves and each other.
📒Not Just The Girl Next Door ✍ Stacy Connelly
✏Not Just the Girl Next Door Book Summary : Can she ever be more than this man’s best friend? His best buddy’s sister. Someone in need of protection. That’s how Zeke Harper has always seen animal trainer Mollie McFadden. He can’t cross the line, no matter how irresistible he finds the girl next door. Until a surprise kiss takes them beyond the bounds of friendship. Now Zeke wonders if this woman who opens her life to pets in need can find a place for him—in her heart!
📒The Girl Next Door ✍ Phoebe Morgan
✏The Girl Next Door Book Summary : ‘Skilfully plotted and with a twist I never saw coming...a terrific read!’ Cass Green, bestselling author of In a Cottage in a Wood One little lie just became deadly...
📒Not The Girl Next Door ✍ Charlotte Chandler
✏Not the Girl Next Door Book Summary : As Charlotte Chandler did so well in her previous biographies, she will again draw on the recorded words of Joan Crawford and those who knew her well to paint a rich portrait of the woman and the star. Joan Crawford was born Lucille LeSueur in Texas in 1908. She became a chorus girl in silent films before finding her voice in Possessed(1931) with Clark Gable. Their affair would continue, on and off screen, for many years. Throughout the thirties, Joan continued to earn critical acclaim for her forte of playing career women who never gave up. Her Oscar-winning film Mildred Piercein 1945 began the long-running feud between Joan and Bette Davis, which reached its height with Whatever Happened to Baby Janein 1962. Joan was married four times including once to Douglas Fairbanks Jr, who spoke extensively to Charlotte Chandler for this book. Following her death, Joan's decision to cut her eldest children out of her will prompted her daughter Christina to write the damning bookMommie Dearest which changed Joan's image forever. Charlotte Chandler spent many hours recording interviews with Joan and also those closest to her. What emerges is a subtle portrait of a complex women and a new insight into the legendary actress.
📒The Girl Next Door And How She Grew ✍ Jane Powell
✏The Girl Next Door And How She Grew Book Summary : The star of the classic musical films Royal Wedding and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers recounts her life in Hollywood and beyond—includes photos! Jane Powell is immortalized on film as the sweet-faced gal who sang and danced with Fred Astaire and shared on-screen romances with Ricardo Montalban, Farley Granger, and other legends of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Starting her career as a child singer and vaudeville performer, Powell grew up alongside Elizabeth Taylor, Roddy McDowall, and Ann Blyth. She and “Liz” were even bridesmaids at each other’s weddings. But life was no fairytale for America’s girl next door. Born Suzanne Burce, this sweet and spunky girl took the name Jane Powell when she signed a contract with MGM in 1943. But with multiple marriages and many films behind her, Powell came to realize that she’d never found happiness—or herself—until now. In this candid and heartfelt autobiography, Jane Powell gives an unabashed account of her struggle to grow beyond her screen image—after it had been created and torn down by Hollywood.
📒The Girl Next Door Illustrated ✍ Augusta Huiell Seaman
✏The Girl Next Door Illustrated Book Summary : Marcia tells her friend Janet that the nearby house that always looks shuttered, dark and vacant is not so. There are people living in there. They learn that a young girl their age, Cicely Marlowe, lives there with an older woman who wears a veil over her face, Miss Benedict. They find out that Cicely does not know why, when her mother dies, she was sent to live with Mrs. Benedict. She was never told. Mrs. Benedict insists the girl stay in most all the time and never allows her to look out the windows or talk to girls her age. Marcia and Janet want to unravel this mystery.