The New York Times bestselling series continues... With Mike and Dylan's help, Laura has overcome her postpartum blues and is revved and rarin' to go...with two very exhausted new dads! Meanwhile, Mike is feeling something new-jealousy?-in his relationship with Laura and Dylan, which throws him off center and makes him question his sense of self. Having everything they ever wanted, the trio works on finding ways to balance their inner and outer worlds while keeping the embers stoked. For Alex and Josie, a growing commitment has one of them pleased-and the other uneasy. Josie lets Alex "move in," which means he can store a toothbrush at her apartment. He's ready for more. Way more. Relationships deepen, babies grow up, Laura learns to ski, Josie skates on thin ice, and the gang finds over time that the hardest part of falling in love isn't the love part-it's the falling. Complete Harmony is the second novella in the "Her Billionaires"/Complete series. Suggested reading order: Her Billionaires: Boxed Set It's Complicated Complete Abandon Complete Harmony
This book, "A catechism on the unity and harmony of subject in the collects, Epistles and Gospels of the Church," by Samuel Best, is a replication of a book originally published before 1870. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.
Small town seventeen-year-old Vivienne Taylor is a talented equestrian with Olympic dreams and a little something extra going on - she is also an "equine empath," someone who has the ability to read horses' minds and moods. When she receives a full scholarship to attend Fairmont Riding Academy, a prep school with a famous riding program, she struggles with homesickness, hazing by the school's snooty drama queen, intense competition in the sport of three-day-eventing, and the not-altogether-unwelcome interest of a hot guy. On top of all of that the horse given to Vivienne via the scholarship is an animal that she cannot "read" or understand. When Vivienne learns that her new horse Harmony belonged to the school's vet, who recently died in a freak accident, she senses that the horse's aloof behavior may be the result of her witnessing this accident. But as a connection begins to unfold between Vivienne and Harmony, Vivienne begins to believe that the vet's death was no accident at all - but rather murder - and she resolves, at considerable peril, to track down the killer. Michele Scott lives in California with her family. With her days spent in the barn or at the keyboard, Ms. Scott has forged a flourishing career as mystery writer and is also deeply involved in the world of horses and equestrian riding.