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Where the Last Rose Blooms (Heirloom Secrets)

Where the Last Rose Blooms (Heirloom Secrets)
Author: Ashley Clark
Publisher: Baker Books
Total Pages: 298
Release: 2022-02-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1493436112

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"Tender and true, this novel draws you in from the first page."--SUSAN MEISSNER, bestselling author of The Nature of Fragile Things Alice runs a New Orleans flower shop alongside her aunt, but thoughts of her mother, who went missing during Hurricane Katrina, are never far from her mind. After getting off on the wrong foot with a handsome yet irritating man who comes to her shop, Alice soon realizes their worlds overlap--and the answers they both seek can be found in the same place. In 1861 Charleston, Clara is known to be a rule follower--but the war has changed her. Unbeknownst to her father, who is heavily involved with the Confederacy, she is an abolitionist and is prepared to sacrifice everything for the cause. With assistance from a dashing Union spy, she attempts to help an enslaved woman reunite with her daughter. But things go very wrong when Clara agrees to aid the Northern cause by ferrying secret information about her father's associates. Faced with the unknown, both women will have to dig deep to let their courage bloom. Praise for Heirloom Secrets "Readers will be enchanted by Ashley's authentic portrayal of Charleston and its rich history and beautiful charm."--AMANDA DYKES, author of the 2020 Christy Book of the Year, Whose Waves These Are "This book moves seamlessly between timelines, stitching together a story of love, hope, and courage amidst prejudice and loss."--HISTORICAL NOVELS REVIEW


Where the Wild Rose Blooms

Where the Wild Rose Blooms
Author: Lori Wick
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Total Pages: 350
Release: 2006-01-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0736934057

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Can love shatter her stubborn pride? In the high mountains of Colorado, Clayton Taggart dreams of the day when he can leave the rough life of a mine surveyor to become a teacher. In the midst of his plans, he meets Jackie Fontaine, a newcomer from the East whose strongwilled spirit causes friction from the start. Just as the spark of love ignites, tragedy strikes, leaving Jackie with a secret so terrible she would rather lose Clay than share it with him. Can anything draw Jackie from her self-imposed exile and open the shutters of her blinded heart? Lori Wick at her best...a tender love story set in the exciting early West—a book you won't be able to put down!


Where the Last Rose Blooms

Where the Last Rose Blooms
Author: Ashley Clark
Publisher: Heirloom Secrets
Total Pages: 493
Release: 2022
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781432898205

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"Tender and true, this novel draws you in from the first page."--SUSAN MEISSNER, bestselling author of The Nature of Fragile Things Alice runs a New Orleans flower shop alongside her aunt, but thoughts of her mother, who went missing during Hurricane Katrina, are never far from her mind. After getting off on the wrong foot with a handsome yet irritating man who comes to her shop, Alice soon realizes their worlds overlap--and the answers they both seek can be found in the same place.In 1861 Charleston, Clara is known to be a rule follower--but the war has changed her. Unbeknownst to her father, who is heavily involved with the Confederacy, she is an abolitionist and is prepared to sacrifice everything for the cause. With assistance from a dashing Union spy, she attempts to help an enslaved woman reunite with her daughter. But things go very wrong when Clara agrees to aid the Northern cause by ferrying secret information about her father's associates.Faced with the unknown, both women will have to dig deep to let their courage bloom. Praise for Heirloom Secrets"Readers will be enchanted by Ashley's authentic portrayal of Charleston and its rich history and beautiful charm."--AMANDA DYKES, author of the 2020 Christy Book of the Year, Whose Waves These Are"This book moves seamlessly between timelines, stitching together a story of love, hope, and courage amidst prejudice and loss."--HISTORICAL NOVELS REVIEW"--


The Rose That Blooms in the Night

The Rose That Blooms in the Night
Author: Allie Michelle
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2019-10-15
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 1524859168

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The Rose That Blooms in the Night is a collection of poems from spoken word poet, yoga instructor, podcaster, and Instagram influencer Allie Michelle. The collection is meant to be a mirror reflecting the love inside of those who read it. It tells the tale of transformational cycles we experience throughout our lives. Falling in and out of love. Feeling lost and rediscovering our purpose. Learning to create a home within our own skin instead of seeking it in other people and places.


Orwell's Roses

Orwell's Roses
Author: Rebecca Solnit
Publisher: Penguin
Total Pages: 321
Release: 2022-10-18
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 0593083377

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Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award for Nonfiction Finalist for the PEN/Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for Biography “An exhilarating romp through Orwell’s life and times and also through the life and times of roses.” —Margaret Atwood “A captivating account of Orwell as gardener, lover, parent, and endlessly curious thinker.” —Claire Messud, Harper's “Nobody who reads it will ever think of Nineteen Eighty-Four in quite the same way.” —Vogue A lush exploration of politics, roses, and pleasure, and a fresh take on George Orwell as an avid gardener whose political writing was grounded by his passion for the natural world “In the spring of 1936, a writer planted roses.” So be-gins Rebecca Solnit’s new book, a reflection on George Orwell’s passionate gardening and the way that his involvement with plants, particularly flowers, illuminates his other commitments as a writer and antifascist, and on the intertwined politics of nature and power. Sparked by her unexpected encounter with the roses he reportedly planted in 1936, Solnit’s account of this overlooked aspect of Orwell’s life journeys through his writing and his actions—from going deep into the coal mines of England, fighting in the Spanish Civil War, critiquing Stalin when much of the international left still supported him (and then critiquing that left) to his analysis of the relationship between lies and authoritarianism. Through Solnit’s celebrated ability to draw unexpected connections, readers are drawn onward from Orwell‘s own work as a writer and gardener to encounter photographer Tina Modotti’s roses and her politics, agriculture and illusion in the USSR of his time with forcing lemons to grow in impossibly cold conditions, Orwell’s slave-owning ancestors in Jamaica, Jamaica Kincaid’s examination of colonialism and imperialism in the flower garden, and the brutal rose industry in Colombia that supplies the American market. The book draws to a close with a rereading of Nineteen Eighty-Four that completes Solnit’s portrait of a more hopeful Orwell, as well as offering a meditation on pleasure, beauty, and joy as acts of resistance.


The Last Rose of Summer

The Last Rose of Summer
Author: Thomas Moore
Publisher: Legare Street Press
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2022-10-27
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781017207293

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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the "public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.


A Dark Rose Blooms

A Dark Rose Blooms
Author: Kyrian Lyndon
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 108
Release: 2014-10-22
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 9781502758873

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This collection of thirty poems by novelist Kyrian Lyndon spans decades throughout the author's personal journey. From the soothingly peaceful to the bizarre, Kyrian runs the gamut of complex emotions that will resonate for many. The poems are poignant-honest, open, and straight from the heart, heartbreaking and with humor, embracing light and dark, hope and despair, triumph over adversity. She writes: Oh, for the beauty of the melody, The harmony sprinkled about. He is but a glowing midge Longing to play an Aeolian harp, While holding you still and entranced With the celestial beauty of a god. Ah, but for the pain! The seraphic master sets about casting shadows So that I cannot see the sun, Leaving but a vista of tomorrow's joys and treasures. The current focus becomes a precursor Along the predestined path, A traverse on the bridge. That's my all-too-rigid honeybee, Leaving me with a concave and sunken universe, A hollow path in my heart and my soul. 'A Dark Rose Blooms' also contains an excerpt from 'Provenance of Bondage, ' the first book of Kyrian's forthcoming 'Deadly Veils' series. We meet the series protagonist, Danielle DeCorso, as she tries to cope with a devastating event she can't fully remember. She struggles in isolation and despair, as her perception of what she does recall differs from that of her cousin and her friend.


The Dynamic Duo

The Dynamic Duo
Author: Michael Palecek
Publisher:
Total Pages: 820
Release: 2013-09
Genre: Conspiracies
ISBN: 9780978818678

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When the Hope Rose Blooms

When the Hope Rose Blooms
Author: Annette Miller
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
Total Pages: 102
Release: 2023-04-03
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1509246304

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Blair Mallone, an elf agent for the Holiday Security Agency, is given the assignment of protecting a magical flower called the Hope Rose. When she arrives in the small town of Garland Falls, MN, she finds security around the rose lacking. But the man charged with the rose's protection definitely isn't lacking anything, except taking his task a little more seriously. Lucas Callahan is one of the fairy folk known as a Green Man. He's been in charge of taking care of the Hope Rose for years. When Blair Mallone comes into his life, he's surprised at how attracted he is to her. He reminds himself he needs to focus his attention on the rose, but Blair sneaks into his thoughts at odd times. A band of evil fairies have made it their mission to steal the Hope Rose and snuff out its light. Blair and Lucas have to fight their growing attraction and concentrate on protecting the Hope Rose, or all the realms will be destined to despair forever.


When the Cactus Rose Blooms

When the Cactus Rose Blooms
Author: Jr Val Villarreal
Publisher: FriesenPress
Total Pages: 148
Release: 2014-02
Genre: Literary Collections
ISBN: 1460232348

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The title, When the cactus rose blooms, points to a human being: to one who is ruggedly heroic, not quite tied to an unassuming demeanor; it points to the intuitive character that John Wayne plays in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence. The cactus plant serves as a motive running through this character's prickly, but kind, awkward, but right symphonic journey: it points to that piece of music we might call "man". In the film we are told that when the legend becomes a lie you print the legend, or something along those lines; we, on the other hand, live on too many legends founded on too many lies! The total venue of our existence has for the longest while now been needing an overhaul. As has been stated in The Pebble Poems, the first attempt to tackle such ills, this is a case for, and not against, love; our need to be unwhispered here requires it. We are asked to press out of the ordinary, past remembrance, to step into that place where "the cactus rose blooms"! The times we live in keep changing inordinately; here's hoping a fresh perspective proves helpful....