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Are the inhabitants of exotic Pelican Cay ready for the return of Lachlan McGillivray? Fiona Dunbar isn't. Not when Lachlan's roguish reputation still goes before him. However, pretty soon the whole island is certain they are having a no-strings affair!
But Fiona isn't willing to be anybody's trophy mistress. She wants to live her life on her own terms. So if Lachlan wants her...he's going to have to make her his bride!
In McGillivray's Bed
Hugh McGillivray is stunned when he fishes a sexy woman out of the ocean. But even Pelican Cay's most determined playboy is tempted by beautiful Sydney St. John...
Sydney needs to escape her deeply unattractive business partner, who's demanding that she marry him. What if she agrees to Hugh's solution - pretend to be his wife? But that means they have to act married, and share a bed!
Lessons From A Latin Lover
Wealthy jet-setter Joaquin Santiago flown to the tranquil island of Pelican Cay to escape from screaming hordes of adoring women. And now the most unlikely candidate has asked him to teach her how to seduce a man!
Molly McGillivray doesn't want Joaquin to...she needs him to! Molly is tomboy - but she thinks it's time to get married. And who better than sexy Spaniard Joaquin to teach her how to become a mistress in the art of love?
A wealth of country-level socioeconomic data and individual historical trajectories come together in this volume to show us a region where a novel development strategy may be in the making. Emerging from the developmentalism and neoliberalism experiences of the last century, the twenty-first century Latin American developmental welfare state model is based on a new public-private alliance, where state-led developmental social policy relies for its implementation mainly on proactive, emerging, regional entrepreneurs and a growing middle class. These groups, together with a renewed public sector, seem poised to lead the development prospects of the region and its peoples in the new century.
This is part of project to translate Winnie-the-Pooh into the Khowar Language and other languages. The idea is children need to learn to read at an early age and the best way to teach them to read is to provide reading materials that they find interesting. Since Winnie-the-Pooh is the most popular children's book world-wide, translating this book into the different languages of the world will be conducive to teaching children to read in those languages. Khowar is a language spoken by more 300,000 people in remote mountain valleys in Northwest Pakistan. It is the primary language of Chitral, Pakistan. It is also spoken in parts of Gilgit, in Gupis, in Yasin and in Ishkoman and in Upper Swat. People all across Northern Pakistan know or are familiar with Khowar, but it is little known outside of those areas. It is a surprising fact that Khowar bears some similarity to the Latin Language spoken by the Ancient Romans. What is the source of this? Although there is a wide-spread belief that Chitralis are descended from the soldiers of Alexander the Great who passed through the area in 327 BC, nobody who has studied the subject seriously believes that. Rather, the prevailing view is that both Khowar and Latin are descended from a common source, Proto-Indo-European, a language or family of languages that originated north of the Black and Caspian Seas around four thousand years ago and spread in all directions from there.
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