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This unique, eye-popping work of pulp art is both aspirational and cringingly relatable. This is for any woman who isn’t afraid to wear her heart on her sleeve, no matter how many times it’s been through the washer.
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It’s a match made in tasty, tasty heaven. Internationally bestselling author Ana Oncina’s Croquette & Empanada explores modern love and domesticity with charming comics.
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These novels illuminate the hardships and triumphs of women destined for history, imagining the human side of their stories. Sarah: Sarai was a child of ten years, wise for her age but not yet a woman, when she first met Abram.
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" --Maria Semple, New York Times bestselling author of Where'd You Go, Bernadette Named One of the Best Books of the Summer by Good Morning America, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar, and PopSugar A daringly honest, sexy debut novel about three ...
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"Find Me" is Book One in the new Faeries Lost Trilogy -- an epic journey into the center of the unknown and the hearts of two souls that can never be.
leah rachel love street: pulp romance for modern women from books.google.com
I, Nicole Byer, wrote this book to 1. share my impressive bikini collection and my hot body with the world and 2. help other people feel #brave by embracing their body as it is.
leah rachel love street: pulp romance for modern women from books.google.com
In a riveting exploration of the power the past wields over the present, critically acclaimed author Antoinette van Heugten writes the story of a woman whose child's life hangs in the balance, forcing her to confront the roots of her family ...
leah rachel love street: pulp romance for modern women from books.google.com
During a sweltering East Texas summer, 13-year-old Stanley Mitchel Jr. begins a journey of awakening.