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NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Kathryn Shay spent five years riding fire trucks with a large city fire department, eating in their firehouses and interviewing hundreds of America's Bravest. Read the firefighter romance novels that resulted from her intense relationship with firefighters! Former friends turned lovers and a billionaire who changes both their lives with an inheritance...what more could two people want? In the newest installment of the beloved Hidden Cove Series, Dan Collins is everybody's favorite firefighter. He's good at his job, is a nice guy and treats people well. But his life fell apart a year ago when his wife left him for a wealthy man. Thank God Dan has had Firefighter Lucy Coretta to lean on, both at work and at home. She's brought him back from the brink of despair and has been there for him during all those horrible months after the divorce. Unbeknownst to him, Lucy has been in love with him forever but kept it to herself. Then, when he split with his wife, she didn't want to be a rebound girlfriend. One night, though, passion explodes between them and by the morning everything has changed. And not just in their relationship. A man comes to the door and hands Dan an inheritance from a wealthy billionaire for saving the lives of his godchildren years ago. It's money, lots and lots of money. Unfortunately, the windfall doesn't bring him happiness. It messes up all his newly made plans with Lucy and throws them both into a tailspin. Praise for Kathryn Shay's firefighter series: "I couldn't put these books down. I'm a firefighter in Tennessee; some of this hit home to me. Thank you for a great series." "This collection of short stories had it all: mystery, romance, laughter and tears." "The stories not only get into firefighter's lives, but there is very realistic and in-depth descriptions of the work they do and the training they undergo. It certainly gave me an even greater appreciation for our firefighters and policemen." Also available: Don't miss the rest of the Hidden Cove firefighter romance books AFTER THE FIRE, ON THE LINE, NOTHING MORE TO LOSE, AMERICA'S BRAVEST, IT HAD TO BE YOU, CHASING THE FIRE, THE FIRE INSIDE.
Physicians in ancient Greece believed four humours flowed within the human body blood, phlegm, black bile, and choler determining a person's health, mood, and character. Not until the seventeenth century would a more complex view of the anatomy begin to emerge. But by then humoural theory had already become deeply ingrained in Western language and thought and endures to this day in surprising ways.
Interweaving the histories of medicine, science, psychology, and philosophy, Passions and Tempers explores the uncanny persistence of these variable, invisible fluids.
Having kidney failure is not a unique experience. Neither is receiving a kidney transplant or undergoing dialysis. Adopting to irreversible uremia - a devastating illness- by assisting others to cope with their own life trial represents the best of human traits. Bonded by marriage for 42 years, I was privileged to love and live with a marvelous and unique individual whose approach to life with this horrific disease taught me to regard every moment of our existence as precious. Preparation of this volume had two main objectives: 1) To honor the author for all of efforts in behalf of kidney patients. 2) To disseminate her insights and wisdom to those who may derive comfort and benefit from her words. Mildred (Barry) Friedman was a medical writer and patient advocate devoted to the American Association of Kidney Patients, who died at University Hospital of Brooklyn on September 21 st 1997 at the age of 61 of complications of type 1 diabetes. Barry, the second child of Leontine and Hardinge Barrett-Lennard, was born on October 17,1935 in Manhattan and attended Brooklyn College as a New York State Scholarship Awardee earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1953. She subsequently began teaching in the New York City elementary schools gaining a Master's degree in education. Following the birth of her third child, Barry developed both diabetes and Addison's disease forcing her retirement from teaching.
'Only in the south, where a group of fists and fingers thrust up through the soil, is the endless expanse interrupted. These fists and fingers are the Marabar Hills, containing the extraordinary caves . . .'
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