In his career as a Navy SEAL, Rocky Mangiano has been called a Jersey boy, and a Yankee, and a few other choice names he shouldn't repeat in mixed company, but never in his life has anyone called him "daddy". If the wrapped bundle of joy he finds on the doorstep is any indication, things are about to change and he has no clue what to do about it. When the baby's momma enters the picture things get even more crazy, but given the fringe benefits that come along with the complications, Rocky's not complaining. Not one little bit.
"REDEEMING THE BILLIONAIRE SEAL Navy SEAL Chance Masters is only back on the family ranch until his next deployment. But then he runs into girl next door, Holly Anderson! And as he watches Holly struggle to raise her infant niece, it brings out a protective side Chance didn't even know he had..."A PREGNANCY SCANDAL One broken rule. One night of passion. And now...one accidental pregnancy! A marriage of convenience is the only way to prevent a scandal for popular senator Phillip Edgeworth and sexy CFO Alexandra Meer - until their union becomes so much more!"
Maddie Benson has spent her entire life in Sugar Falls and has never ventured-nor wanted to venture-beyond her small town's safe borders. But when her delivery job takes her to the doorstep of one very reclusive, former Navy SEAL, Sebastian McIntyre, her small town perceptions are challenged with every conversation they have. It's not long before she's losing herself-and her heart-to the mysterious man behind the door. Bastian's scars are deeper than the surface. They're embedded into his soul, and he's content to keep them buried. But the second Maddie ends up on his doorstep with her sparkling smile and her sunshine hair, his quiet new life shatters and she just might be able to excise the demons he's tried hard to keep tucked away-if he lets her in. When Bastian's old life comes haunting them, he knows he should let her go. But the light she shines on his soul keeps the darkness within him at bay. Letting her go may take more strength than he has, and keeping her close could get her killed.
This book provides a critical analysis of the origins, nature, development, and transformation of the state and society historically and today, examining the class nature and social basis of politics and the state in different societal settings. The book emphasizes the centrality of class relations in explaining political power and the role of the state in class-divided societies by providing powerful theoretical and empirical analyses of themes in political sociology in an era of globalization. It examines in detail the major political issues and events of our time, and makes them relevant to the study of power and politics today. Students from many ethnic minority backgrounds and low-income families are underrepresented in American colleges and universities. This book describes and assesses educational policies and practices that seek to rectify this important manifestation of structured inequality. Inspired by a commitment to providing a pathway to college and beyond, Mehan and his team document the innovate practices developed and implemented at the nationally recognized schools created by The Center for Research in Educational Equity, Access, and Teaching Excellence (CREATE) at the University of California-San Diego: the Preuss School, a 6-12 charter school on the UCSD campus for underrepresented minority students; and nearby schools located in economically depressed neighborhoods. Based on long-term research, Mehan's book makes important contributions to the literature on educational achievement disparities that exist-and are growing-within the United States. He sheds light on how we can improve public policy for the futures of secondary school students.
This book documents all the ways a growth plate can be damaged, other than fracture. This damage can be inflicted by a wide variety of insults, most of which are uncommon occurrences. They all, however, have two similar characteristics: normal roentgenographs at the time of insult and premature complete or partial arrest noted weeks, months, or years later. Because of this delay, the arrest is often not suspected or recognised early. The resulting bone deformity and relative shortening usually go undetected until corrective surgery is needed. This book emphasises etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of these injuries.
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