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Happily-ever-after...That's what happens when you get married.Right?Turns out sparkly rings, cake, and a fantastic wedding do not automatically grant you that, not even when it's all you truly want.I'm even starting to doubt the bottomless, unconditional love I share with the man I married will be enough.I can't have happily ever after. Know why?Because I can't give Romeo what he wants. I've tried. So hard.I won't be happy unless he is, and something is missing. Someone.Paparazzi are in my face. The flashing cameras and prying eyes are everywhere. My secret is getting harder to hide, and I know the second the scoop is dished, the grip I have on the fraying rope of our happily-ever-after will snap right in my face.In our faces.I can't let that happen. No matter what. Because with or without a happy ending, Romeo comes Before Anyone Else.
When Sophia was told that she was going to be spending her final summer before going off to Harvard with her eccentric Grandma Mary, she was less than enthused. It was, after all, supposed to be the summer to say goodbye to friends and hello to adulthood, not stuck in a dusty old mansion with a woman she didn't even know. It wasn't long, however, before she discovers a family secret and how it's shaped even her own life. Losing herself as she listens to Grandma Mary recount her own scandalous past, Sophia learns about her family, herself and maybe even a little about love. From best selling author Colleen Nye, The Long Summer takes you on the journey of one family's choices and how fate can sometimes be relentless.
This book critically investigates the complex interaction between social media and contemporary democratic politics, and provides a grounded analysis of the emerging importance of Social media in civic engagement. Social media applications such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, have increasingly been adopted by politicians, political activists and social movements as a means to engage, organize and communicate with citizens worldwide. Drawing on Obama’s Presidential campaign, opposition and protests in the Arab states, and the mobilization of support for campaigns against tuition fee increases and the UK Uncut demonstrations, this book presents evidence-based research and analysis. Renowned international scholars examine the salience of the network as a metaphor for understanding our social world, but also the centrality of the Internet in civic and political networks. Whilst acknowledging the power of social media, the contributors question the claim it is a utopian tool of democracy, and suggests a cautious approach to facilitate more participative democracy is necessary. Providing the most up-to-date analysis of social media, citizenship and democracy, Social Media and Democracy will be of strong interest to students and scholars of Political Science, Social Policy, Sociology, Communication Studies, Computing and Information and Communications Technologies.
"Lily must go into the Afterlife to save Amon and protect the world from being overthrown by the deadly Devouror of the Underworld"--
Elmore Leonard is 'the man other crime writers call the Boss' DAILY TELEGRAPH. There aren't any textbooks on armed robbery. The only way to learn is through experience, and small-time crooks Frank and Stick are determined to do as much learning on the job as possible. In 1970s' Detroit they embark on a crime spree, holding up liquor stores and supermarkets. They invent their 'Ten Golden Rules for Successful Armed Robbery' and for a short time the cash is rolling in. But then they bend their own rules, and it looks like trouble is heading their way...

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