Love by Hailey North
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A: Apple -- some say this forbidden fruit started men and women down the path of sinful pleasure...

One Night of Passion …

Just because small-town librarian and single mom Jenifer Wright does not need a man doesn't mean she doesn't want one. She'd love to meet the right guy who'd be willing to explore the naughty and the unknown with her -- sensible, capable, practical Jenifer Janey Wright -- and not insist on putting a ring on her finger. One look at sexy, mysterious Eric Hamilton and she can read right off the bat that he's the love 'em and leave 'em type, the perfect partner for exploring her sensual fantasies from A to Z!

… Or a Lifetime of Love?

Undercover agent Eric Hamilton is in Doolittle, Arkansas, only long enough to break up a funny-money ring. He's certain this sexy librarian is involved in some way. It's hard to stay all-business when it's his job to get as close as it takes to his suspects, especially when Jenifer makes him an offer no hot-blooded man could resist. Can Eric only play at love or has this surprisingly tender and vulnerable woman captured not only his imagination -- but also his heart?

 

About Hailey North

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Hailey North is a "USA Today" bestselling author who began writing while employed as a "game show lawyer" for NBC Studios. Tired of hearing that lawyers aren't creative, she quit her job and typed "Chapter One" (not the chapter, just the heading!). Since that day, Hailey has authored eight romantic comedies set in her adopted hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana, and in her favorite imaginary town, Doolittle, Arkansas.
 
Published October 13, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 388 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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HIS collection of Christopher Hitchens's journalism, written for a number of publications between 1992 and 2004, is an interesting and varied showcase of his work as a polemicist, a reporter and a literary critic.

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The first edition of their work was published “two years ago” in Beijing and New York, although the story we have been reading took place “so many decades ago.” Lenny and Eunice meet in Rome in June of an unspecified year and live out the few months of a semi-affectionate, needy, awkward, deluded...

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One sentence ploddingly reads: “In rooms throughout England, men of vision were similarly hard at work.” Marx is described as “a man-child,” whose mind is “as hard and brilliant as a diamond.” Emperor Napoleon III, a shrewd politician whose career may have ended in disaster but who managed to dom...

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His purview is music criticism -- a much and often justly maligned genre -- and he does an expert turn here in his book about the music scene in 1970s New York, moving between musical genres and the human worlds they contained with the light-headed excitement of a bright grad student who's transf...

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Post and Courier

What happened to the dinosaurs?

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The New York Review of Books

The title of the article had been “Christine Villemin, Sublime, Necessarily Sublime.” Duras said that she was sure that Christine “had killed perhaps without knowing it just as I have written without knowing it.” (Since Duras drank in order to write she seldom recognized her own writings when she...

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The New York Review of Books

When the logs have been cut and sent downriver, the father disappears and the boy realizes that the money from the log sale was intended to pay off the family—himself, his mother, and his sister—whom his father is abandoning forever.

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The New York Review of Books

... His first book of poems, Let Us Compare Mythologies, was published in 1954, .... Above all, Cohen's music is about love, tolerance, and beauty.

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