3 edition of Errant daughter. found in the catalog.
by Mills & Boon
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||188|
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Linda Nielsen, Ph.D., author of the book "Between Fathers and Daughters: Enriching or Rebuilding Your Adult Relationship," states that a poor father-daughter relationship played a major factor in how a female communicates and relates to others, especially the men in her life.
The relationship between a father and daughter can be a special bond — and you can celebrate it with this touching book based on the bestselling work of Gregory E. Lang. This lovely book includes touching rhymes about the ways that fathers and daughters learn, grow, and explore together, alongside cheerful images of animal fathers and daughters.
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search for their daughter’s perfect match but also India’s transition. The Knight’s Daughter (Lady Knight Trilogy Book 1) is about year-old Mary McThomas and her family–father, mother, and twin older brothers.
Mary doesn’t want to sew and cook like a lady–she wants to be a knight like her father. She doesn’t dare tell anyone that, however. David Cameron threw five teenage girls out of his £2million holiday home after his daughter hosted a wild party. The former Prime Minister. His father is poor.
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After his indiscretion with an admiral's daughter, Magnus is forced to leave England. He is appointed captain of an outdated sloop based out of Hong Kong. Parents need to know that The Tyrant's Daughter, a contemporary young adult novel about a fictional assassinated dictator's year-old daughter, portrays life in oppressive countries and how the children of the aristocracy or leaders are kept clueless and isolated from ce, from torture to explosions to ambushes and assassinations, is part of the landscape.
That daughter, Immanuelle, lives with the burden of her mother’s sinful legacy, and while she follows all the rules and codes of the Prophet, she doubts their validity. One day, she enters the woods to catch an errant sheep and encounters strange women who gift her her mother’s diary.Editorial Reviews "Overall, Ms.
Collins has delivered a fantastic read in this book where the chemistry between this couple was intense because the heroine sees Karim as the enemy; the romance was full of heat and passion; and the ending had me loving the hero's words to the heroine, even though it feels like he's screwing things up until he say the three words Galila is desperate to hear.".Juliana holds the key to upending the power structure throughout Europe, but only if she can dodge her cousin, King Edward I of England, and his plans to marry her off as political sets Sir Robert Clarwyn, a knight errant and loyal hunter of criminals and traitors, on Juliana’s trail to retrieve her.