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Ignite by Melanie Harlow PDF Download

  Click here to download the pdf  Ignite by Melanie Harlow PDF Download Details of Ignite by Melanie Harlow Book Book Name:   Ignite Authors:   Melanie Harlow Pages:  342 Genre:   Romance novel, Fiction Publish Date:   17 November 2022 Language:  English Book Review: "Ignite" by Melanie Harlow is a sizzling contemporary romance novel that follows the story of two people who have been burned by love in the past but find themselves drawn to each other. The main characters, Beck and Harper, are both successful professionals with complex pasts. Beck is a wealthy businessman with a reputation as a playboy, while Harper is a talented chef who has just returned to her hometown after a traumatic experience in New York. When Beck and Harper meet, there is an immediate spark between them, but they are hesitant to act on their attraction. Both have been hurt before and are afraid of getting involved in another relationship that could end badly. However, as they spend more time together,
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Three Cups of Tea by Mortenson Greg PDF Download

  Three Cups of Tea by Mortenson Greg PDF Download Details of Three Cups of Tea by Mortenson Greg Book Book Name:   Three Cups of Tea  Authors:   Mortenson Greg Pages:  386 Genre:   Biography, Memoir Publish Date:   2 March 2006 Language:  English Book Review: "Three Cups of Tea" by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin is a non-fiction book that tells the inspiring story of Mortenson's journey to build schools in remote villages in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The book begins with Mortenson's failed attempt to climb K2, one of the world's tallest and most dangerous mountains, in Pakistan. After becoming lost and disoriented on the descent, Mortenson stumbled into a small village called Korphe where he was nursed back to health by the villagers. It was during his time in Korphe that Mortenson learned of the lack of education opportunities for children in the region. Motivated by the kindness of the villagers and the plight of the children, Mortenson pr

My Favorite Thing is Monsters by Emil Ferris review

My Favorite Thing is Monsters by Emil Ferris review  My favorite thing is monsters by Emil Ferris. Emile Ferris. I really need to do a better job of looking up these author names before i do my book reviews.  I apologize. So if it wasn't obvious, this is a comic book or graphic novel and this is one of the books that is on the av club best of 2020 list.  It is a book that i know a lot of people really, really love, but i have to say like i was slightly disappointed by this one.  But maybe my expectations were just too high or i just didn't know exactly what this book was going into it.  So this is kind of like a horror mystery-ish graphic novel. This book is set in 1960s chicago and you are following this 10 year old girl named karen who is basically the protagonist of the story.  And she lives in this like apartment building in the city and her brother and her mother all live in this apartment. They're probably like middle class, lower middle class people here in Chicago.