The Road to Finding Us

asking about me and Aspen, even though we are very much not a thing,” I tell him, with an apologetic shrug. “You aren't, uh, together?” The way he says together makes it very clear he's talking about sex. And I can't talk about sex with ...

Author: Kat Singleton

Publisher: Kat Singleton


Category: Fiction

Page: 258

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Lily Morrison was as guarded as a woman could get—until Aspen Bellevue came along during her first year of college. His playful banter and sexy smirk paved a way straight to her heart. But that was before his playboy tendencies demolished it. After being hurt by the one man she ever truly wanted, she swore she’d never let herself fall for him again. Aspen always knew his best friend’s twin sister was off limits. Lily was the one girl he couldn’t have—and yet, the only one he pined for. But by the time he realized this, ready to change his ways, it was already too late. To her, Aspen will always be a womanizer. To him, she’s a sassy spitfire whose feathers he still loves to ruffle. Now, after a few years apart, they’re thrown together to reunite with their old college crew. But this time, Aspen has a plan. He wants Lily to be his by the time they travel from Texas to South Carolina. Meanwhile, Lily wants their baggage to stay in the past—where to her, it belongs. How much could go wrong when two sworn enemies—with two different outlooks and renewed sexual tension—come together in a car for a week-long road trip? Only one of them wants to find out. The Road to Finding Us is a complete standalone novel in the Aftershock Series. It focuses on characters you met in The Consequence of Loving Me. The Road to Finding Us is Aspen and Lily's story.

Finding Myself

While the journey on the great North-South Highway was peaceful, the road going up the mile-high mountain to reach the Highlands can be terrifyingly difficult to navigate. It soon became apparent that we were on the road 108 FINDING MYSELF.

Author: Walter T. Yurt

Publisher: MPH Group Publishing Sdn Bhd

ISBN: 9789674154592

Category: Travel

Page: 224

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Walter T. Yurt is an American who moved to Malaysia to teach English after years of working in corporate America for such companies as Ford and JP Morgan Chase. Arriving in Kuala Lumpur in 2008, he fulfilled a lifelong dream of becoming a teacher, while inadvertently falling in love with a nation and its people. The past seven years and counting have been a non-stop adventure, as he has witnessed and experienced things he never dreamt of seeing or doing. More importantly, he has met some of the nicest Malaysian people who, from total strangers to his closest Malaysian friends, have enveloped him with their love and care and have sustained him in his “brave, new world” in Southeast Asia. Within his first full-length book, Finding Myself: The Adventures of An American in Malaysia, are the stories of his adventures in this adopted nation.

Finding Myself Finding My Daughter

An Open And Honestly Written Journal About a Woman's Struggle To First Find Herself and Then Her Adopted Daughter. Cheryle Rietmann ... Driving on the very narrow roads, not to mention it was the ,,wrong side of the road“ ...

Author: Cheryle Rietmann

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595369492

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 148

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Originally intended as a journal to chronicle the lengthy journey to international adoption, Finding Myself, Finding My Daughter is the sincere and heartwarming memoir of a woman who soon discovers she must find herself before she can adopt a child. In the first pages of her autobiographical tale, author Cheryle Rietmann reflects on her turbulent childhood and a violent first marriage that brought her to the brink of suicide. Eventually, Rietmann finds happiness after marrying Gregg, her second husband and the father of her two sons, but the desperate ache to find the lonely little girl she has envisioned for years finally becomes too much to ignore. Gregg and Cheryle begin the mound of international paperwork that finally leads them to an orphanage in Ukraine and to their beautiful daughter, Ola. By reflecting on her learned lessons of love and perseverance, Rietmann is at last able to recognize and accept the path that led her halfway across the world to an orphanage full of the hopeful faces of children. Finding Myself, Finding My Daughter will become a guide and companion for anyone who has ever searched for themselves and their place in the world, ultimately teaching them that each and everyone of us, in our own small way, can make a difference.

Finding YOUrself the Road to Self Love and Discovery

This book is dedicated to all those out there who are setting out on a journey to find themselves, whether it be mentally, emotionally, or spiritually.

Author: Breyana I. Pennington


ISBN: 1367686164



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This book is dedicated to all those out there who are setting out on a journey to find themselves, whether it be mentally, emotionally, or spiritually. You are not alone. I write this in hopes that my words will touch you. If I can make a change somehow then I know I have succeeded. Come join me on this journey and read about things such as self-love, body love, and tips on becoming a better you.

Finding Myself

Temptation in and of itself is not a sin, as Christ himself was tempted according to the Bible. ... You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. ... For me, I have chosen the road less traveled.

Author: Daniel Jr. Wilt

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 9781607994718

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 328

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Suffering from the effects of traumatic events may result in severe struggles that can destroy personal relationships, careers, and families. Daniel O. Wilt, Jr. reaches out to walk beside his peers and lead them through the pain and despair people experience whey they have reached the end of their rope. In Finding Myself: A Soldier's Story of Betrayal, Embattlement, and Divorce, Wilt shows you how to overcome the betrayal of someone you trust, how to endure battling the giants you face, and how to recover from failed relationships and learn to love again. Traumatic stress can brutalize your psyche. It can result from any life-altering situation: a serious accident, abuse, combat exposure, or even relational abuse and divorce. The events may leave you scarred, confused, angry, or scared, but denying these feelings won't make your situation better. Finding Myself will walk you through the stages of grief and show you how to overcome the obstacles you face when you need to reach out for help. Let Finding Myself help you put things into perspective, show you how to rebuild your life, and lead you into a better relationship when the seasons of your life begin to change.

Finding Myself

Her outburst shocked me. 'I've got to go. I'll call you later.' 'But—'She was gone. The dead line hummed into the earpiece. I threw the phone onto the passenger seat. What the hell was she playing at? I drove along the country roads, ...

Author: Victoria J. Brown

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781504069687

Category: Fiction

Page: 310

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A single mom of newborn twins seeks a path through post-natal depression—while also trying to keep her beauty salon afloat—in this powerful, emotional novel. Kat’s life has become a blur of dirty nappies and sleepless nights. She has moved into the flat above the salon she owns—without Max, the father of her children. To make matters worse, Max has revealed he plans to remarry. With her twin babies taking up all of her time and Max never around to help, Kat feels constantly on edge—and when she’s diagnosed with post-natal depression, she feels more alone than ever . . .This conclusion to the trilogy that began with Holding Myself and Losing Myself is an emotional, uplifting novel about a woman searching for the light at the end of the tunnel and the strength she finds in the people in her life—and in herself. “An amazing character.” —Gemma’s Book Reviews

Finding Myself Through Emotional Pain

Unfortunately I received a phone call from Cole while I was on the road to Rockford she informed me that Raneisha had passed away, Wow. I really hated to hear that. I was with quite a few of my good friends and the weekend was a little ...

Author: Carmen Edwards Jackson

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781434902535

Category: Religion

Page: 114

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Finding Myself in Poetry

Target practice – what fun! hit the target, one by one no reaction, just noise mother taught me now on my own, why not wear some black pack some guns? just down the road see other targets they won't hurt me see what it's like to look at ...

Author: Barb Derrick

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781496954589

Category: Poetry

Page: 114

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Barb Derrick wrote this book,"Finding Myself in Poetry", as a reflection of her life during her recovery from the depths of her Bi-Polar condition. Each poem is a memory or mirror of her life as seen through her eyes that once again can see the beauty in her everyday life. Still living with her Bi-Polar condition but well under control with medication and monthly visits to her psychiatrist, she is inspired to write when experiencing her "highs" and has very few times of depression. It is with a feeling of elation that she presents this collection of poems, a book that brings her great pride. Barb is happy to share these poems that mark the way she traveled to rediscover herself after being lost in the challenges of a devastating illness.

The Past is Myself The Road Ahead Omnibus

breathing a long sigh of relief, before finding myself too shaking hands with a dozen or more happy-faced strangers, including the police sergeant. l hurried homewards on air, feeling well capable of kicking my old shopping net clean ...

Author: Christabel Bielenberg

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781446464939

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 528

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The Past is Myself Christabel Bielenberg, a niece of Lord Northcliffe, married a German lawyer in 1934. She lived through the war in Germany, as a German citizen under the horrors of Nazi rule and Allied bombings. The Past is Myself is her story of that experience - and an unforgettable portrait of an evil time. Published in the USA as When I Was a German. The Road Ahead Following the extraordinary success of her wartime memoir, The Past is Myself, Christabel Bielenberg received thousands of letters from readers begging her to describe what happened next. In The Road Ahead she continues her story with the outbreak of peace - a time of struggle for reconciliation with, and the rebuilding of, a defeated nation. She also tells of life in her newly adopted country, Ireland, her involvement with the Peace Women of Northern Ireland, and with characteristic modesty and gratitude, looks back on a rich, full life.

Finding Myself

The road to Jerusalem was quick and yet marvellous. At the beginning of the ride, I could only see plain, yellow fields and occasionally small towns. Then, all of a sudden, our bus became surrounded by valleys and hills covered with ...

Author: Olga Sushinsky

Publisher: BHC Press

ISBN: 9781643970998

Category: Fiction

Page: 292

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Although Rebecca O’Connor-Smith is somewhat content, she secretly longs for a more fascinating life. Her dead-end office job bores her, and her husband Jason, while sweet, is more interested in settling down in suburban Toronto than going on adventures with her. So, when an opportunity to be a part of an archaeological dig in southern Israel arises, she takes it. Despite the current hostilities of the country, Rebecca is passionate about the culture, history, language, and even music of Israel. Getting the chance to use her skills and knowledge obtained from her archaeology major in a place she loves is a dream come true. Spending three weeks digging in the treasure trove of the Israeli desert makes her feel fulfilled like never before. However, the dig inspires her to further her archaeological degree despite the financial toll it will have on her marriage. Moreover, Rebecca finds herself attracted to another volunteer who intellectually challenges her in ways her husband never did. Torn between a secure, comfortable life with a man she loves and a challenging, exciting academic career with no guarantees about her future, Rebecca must choose what kind of life she wants to live for herself.