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- You Were Mine by Abbi Glines - read or download the free ebook online now from ePub Bud!. You Were Mine by Abbi Glines - Love is a journey ~ Rosemary Beach is the destination In the eyes of the wealthy playboys who frequent Kerrington Country. Gossip is the ultimate currency in Rosemary Beach, but Bethy and Tripp have managed to keep one big secret to themselves. Eight years ago, Tripp Newark.

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Price may vary by retailer. Add to Cart Add to Cart. About The Book. It was my last summer here in Rosemary Beach. I was already feeling the suffocating presence of my father and his plans for me. Yale this, Yale that. Goddamn Yale. I wanted to be on my Harley. I wanted another fucking tattoo.

I wanted to feel the wind in my hair and know I had nowhere I had to be. That life was free. I was free. Before this summer was over, I was going to ride off without a word. Leave behind the money and power that came with being a Newark and find my path. I would never fit in here. That was another reason I had to get the fuck out of here. My mother was already planning our wedding.

London, her mother, and my mother all believed I was just going through a moody phase or something. My mother said it was OK if I needed to sow some wild oats this summer.

London would be patient. If Rush Finlay was throwing parties again, then his mother and his younger sister, Nan, had to be out of town. Rush owned the place. His father was the drummer in the legendary rock band Slacker Demon. His mother and his sister benefited from all the money Rush had, thanks to his dad.

They had never married. Nan had another father, who was also out of the picture. Want me to take you to him? That sweet tone was so fucking fake it was ridiculous. The girl was venomous. But I could never actually say I was in love with her. This past year, I had realized I was simply tolerating her. I dreaded seeing her, and when I faced the facts, I realized I was keeping her around to make my parents happy.

But I was done with that. No more keeping the parents happy. I was keeping me happy. He was such a fucking Romeo. He made them all believe they had a chance. Holding in a chuckle, I nodded my head in his direction. Turning through the crowd, I headed for the back door.

I said no, Jonathon. I moved toward their voices and stopped outside the kitchen. I recognized the Jonathon guy the girl was talking to. He was also a notorious asshole and had fucked most of the cougars in town. If he was about to take advantage of this girl, then I was going to throw his ass out.

I want to leave. I took a step toward the door as Jonathon stalked through it. Stupid little fuck. I shoved him back into the kitchen with one hard push. He was going to apologize for being a dickhead before I threw him out. I doubted Rush even knew he was here. Some of the cougars he had slept with included a couple of our mothers.

Not on our favorites list. Getting his sorry ass to apologize would do him some good. Poor girl should have known better than to mess around with the help at the club. My dad sat on the board at the Kerrington Club, and I could have Jonathon fired with one word.

He knew it. What the fuck? She too young for you? I wanted him gone. Just one wrong move, and that was all I needed to make sure he lost his job without feeling a shred of remorse. I mean, I was invited. I got an invite. This is just a girl whose aunt works at the club. Hell, it was hard to miss her. Jonathon was right about her tits. They were noticeable.

But her sweet face and innocent look had kept me from moving in on that. Besides, Darla was scary as hell. Her big eyes got even bigger before she nodded. Be careful who you let take you out. Stupid shit was getting on my last nerve. I turned my attention back to him. I know her aunt. The woman who hired your sorry ass. He likes Darla. We all do. There was a lot of wrist pain happening.

But the point is, the book is truly emotionally resonant. It follows the lives of four men who meet in their college dorm room. They become extremely close friends, all of them, although their friendships are different, the dynamics unique to each configuration.

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In four Chinese women, recent immigrants to San Francisco, begin meeting to eat dim sum, play mahjong, and talk. United in shared unspeakable loss and hope, they call themselves the Joy Luck Club.

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The product of preimplantation genetic diagnosis, Anna was conceived as a bone marrow match for Kate—a life and a role that she has never challenged…until now. Like most teenagers, Anna is beginning to question who she truly is. But unlike most teenagers, she has always been defined in terms of her sister—and so Anna makes a decision that for most would be unthinkable, a decision that will tear her family apart and have perhaps fatal consequences for the sister she loves.

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She is joined by an unlikely companion—Avram, a former friend and lover with a troubled past—and as they sleep out in the hills, Ora begins to conjure her son. Here, in the space of four years, she lost five young men dear to her, including her beloved brother—lost to drugs, accidents, murder, and suicide. Wave by Sonali Deraniyagala On the morning of December 26, , on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, Sonali Deraniyagala lost her parents, her husband, and her two young sons in the tsunami she miraculously survived.

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She shows us her veins, her bone marrow, her heart, everything tender and dangerous in her. The essays are all intellectually rigorous as well as emotional, though. Febos interrogates what it means to love and lose, what it means to be abandoned.

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