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The infamous St.Pierre Boyz; Luxe, Sebastian, and Judah were all heirs to the dangerous St.Pierre Drug Cartel, which originated in Haiti. After their father's untimely death, the Cartel was soon handed over to their ruthless mother Ava, who reigned supreme. With problems arising, she is suddenly forced to disappear for a while leaving her three sons in charge to run the business. Being that they were low key with how they handled things, they moved a lot like their mother, but smarter by staying under the radar. Ava, not being a traditional parent, instilled in them to take whatever they want, when they want and by any means they deem necessary. For the longest, they ruled the streets with an iron fist, and nothing, or no one, got in their way until they unexpectedly met the loves of their lives. With other women in tow, Ava feels that love is putting a damper on their family business, and she's not having that, so that's sends her on her own mission.. Like a tornado, Leilani, Dynasty, and Diamond comes into their lives and sends them on a whirlwind of emotions they never saw coming. For them, loving those powerful men was the easy part. It's the domino effect of trouble that follows behind them, which makes it hard. What happens when the deck is stacked against you and the thin line between love and lies seem to blur? What do you do when secrets are exposed and you don't know who to trust? Do you go to war with all you know or do you fold? However you choose, just know that All's Fair in Love and War when your man is a St. Pierre Boy.
Featuring an appendix of discussion questions, the Diversion Classics edition is ideal for use in book groups and classrooms. Believed to be W. Somerset Maugham’s crowning masterpiece, this coming of age story follows the life of Philip Carey, an orphan born with a clubfoot who aches to experience the life and love so carefully starved out of him by his cold, uncompromising uncle, a man whose disdain for Philip is matched by his religious fervor. Spending much of his young life moving from boarding school to boarding school, Philip is an academic success, but his every attempt at lasting friendship ends in painful solitude. As his loneliness ferments into bitterness, Philip boldly casts aside his uncle’s plans for him to become a doctor like the many men in his family. He cannot stand a moment more in a boarding school, and leaves to become an artist. Free for the first time, Philip discovers more about himself than he ever has before. He grapples with his own identity, God, his talent as an artist, and the loneliness that does not leave him even when finally surrounded by people. When he returns to London to finally study medicine, he encounters a brash and bold waitress named Mildred and falls hopelessly in love for the first time. Starved of affection for so long, Mildred is a force that threatens to consume Philip’s entire life. For more classic titles like this, visit
I sit down to give you an undeniable proof of my considering your desires as indispensable orders. Ungracious then as the task may be, I shall recall to view those scandalous stages of my life, out of which I emerged, at length, to the enjoyment of every blessing in the power of love, health and fortune to bestow; whilst yet in the flower of youth, and not too late to employ the leisure afforded me by great ease and affluence, to cultivate an understanding, naturally not a despicable one, and which had, even amidst the whirl of loose pleasures I had been tossed in, exerted more observation on the characters and manners of the world than what is common to those of my unhappy profession, who, looking on all though or reflection as their capital enemy, keep it at as great a distance as they can, or destroy it without mercy.
The day Lutie Painter takes the city bus north instead of the school bus west, cutting class for the first time ever, her aunt and uncle have no idea what she is up to. They cannot prevent her from riding into danger. That same morning, Lutie's pastor, Miss Veola, whispers as always, "This is the day that the Lord hath made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it." A block from Miss Veola and up a hill in Chalk, Train Greene, thin and hungry, burns with anger. He has a decision to make, and he's running out of time. A few miles away, among finer houses, Kelvin Hartley yawns and gets ready for another day at school, where he is a friend to all and makes an effort at nothing. And Doria Bell, who recently moved to the South from Connecticut, walks to the bus stop, hoping the high school kids who live nearby will say hello. All of these lives intertwine and—in surprising ways—become connected to Lutie's ancestors, who are buried in the cemetery in Chalk. Who would have dreamed that the long-dead Mabel Painter, who passed down the Laundry List songs to her great-great-granddaughter Lutie, had passed along a piece of American history that speaks to so many who feel lost and need hope. Big changes are in store for all, and things will never be the same. In this luminous novel, Caroline B. Cooney delves deeply into a Southern community. Cooney reveals the comfort, inspiration, and hope its members draw from the power of faith, the glory of music, and the meaning of family. From the Hardcover edition.

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