Author: Mary Lee Bourdeau

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1434962490

Category: Fiction

Page: 120

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Author: Barbara T. Cerny

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency

ISBN: 1631353403

Category: Fiction

Page: 294

View: 9259

Escaping an abusive husband and the tragic loss of her newborn child, Tressa O'Daire leaves her home of Dublin, Ireland, for the unknown shores of New York City. There she finds work in the powerful Langley family as a nurse-maid to a baby girl. The Langleys allow Tressa, a master baker by trade, to use their baking oven. She starts a business and a new life. Ethan Langley, crippled in a riding accident that left him bound to a wheel chair, has spent the last eight years in his room escaping the embarrassment to his family and the hatred of his brother, Heaton. The only bright spot in his life is his sister, Sarah, until a certain Irish baker arrives and turns his life upside down. Ethan and Tressa?s very lives are threatened when the head of the Langley household dies unexpectedly, leaving the business and family fortune to Heaton. As Heaton and his wife, Victoria, bring the family to the brink of ruination, Tressa and Ethan must save whatever they can, including the budding love between them.

Tressa - The 12-Year-Old Mum: My True Story

Author: Tressa Middleton

Publisher: Kings Road Publishing

ISBN: 1784186198

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 300

View: 2216

'Nobody knew the truth. For all those years while people judged me, I protected those closest to me. Now it's time for the real story to be told. It's time for healing and forgiveness.'Tressa Middleton made UK history when she became Britain's youngest mum in 2006 aged just 12 years and 8 months. Her case provoked shock and outrage - but the truth behind the headlines was far sadder than anyone could ever have imagined.Born into a life of poverty and neglect, Tressa was forced to grow up fast when she taken into care at just four years old. She was returned to her mother's chaotic world but by the age of seven, she was being abused by her own brother and at 11 years old she fell pregnant with his child. For years she kept his dark secret in an attempt to hold her family together until the truth threatened to destroy her completely.In the years since the birth, Tressa has gone through more pain and turmoil than most adults experience in a lifetime - yet today she survives a brave, strong and compassionate young woman. Now, for the first time, Tressa Middleton tells her own harrowing yet poignant story - a story of hope, forgiveness and above all, love.

Daughter of Mine

Author: Anne Bennett

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0007343477

Category: Fiction

Page: 608

View: 1931

A heartrending and heartwarming saga of the Birmingham blitz, from the author of DANNY BOY.


Author: Amy Borkowsky

Publisher: Chamberlain Brothers

ISBN: 9781596090873

Category: Humor

Page: 194

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Presents a humorous look at the author's life as a single, advertising executive in New York City as told through copies of her credit card bills for those years.

Prisoners in Paradise

Author: Theresa Kaminski

Publisher: N.A


Category: History

Page: 284

View: 3855

Draws on letters & diaries of American wives, missionaries, teachers, nurses, and spies to uncover their heroic tales while captives of the Japanese during World War II.


Author: Eliza Tabor

Publisher: N.A



Page: N.A

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