A sophisticated notebook based on the Penguin cover of Life Class by Ludwig Bemelmans.Record your observations in detail just like Ludwig Bemelmans, who sketched these stories about the people he met working in the hotel industry in America around 1916.
A forbidden love?Ginny has come to Manhattan expecting to find the father she never knew. Instead she finds Jake Vanbrugh–his son! Jake is the most arresting man, and when Ginny discovers the instant attraction is mutual, she knows she's in deep trouble.Somehow she has to keep her true identity a secret until Jake leads her to the man she's come to see. But will Ginny be able to control her forbidden feelings for Jake–and keep his avid attentions at bay? It seems impossible and also imperative–but then, Ginny doesn't know the whole truth about Jake….
She was only six when she walked out of the swamp after the LeBlanc School for Girls caught on fire. Sixteen years after the terrifying night that stole her memory, a child's scream lures Ginny back into the woods…where a strong arm encircles her. The gun-wielding stranger is Paul Stanton, a cop-turned-P.I., who's come to Johnson's Bayou looking for answers of his own.Paul has spent almost two decades searching for his missing sister and now, this Southern beauty could be the key to his quest. But someone would rather see Ginny dead than have her memories resurface. And although uncovering the dark secrets of the past could put them both at risk, it's a chance Paul's willing to take if it means finding his future…with Ginny.
The Hon. Leo and his Scarlet Lady! Ginny loved her modeling career, just as she had always loved Leo Brandon. But a lost libel case bringing the Brandon name into disrepute meant the last straw for her marriage. Leo wanted a divorce. Two years later an ad asking Ginny to contact a man who could be her real father drew her to Saint Lucia.It was a timely moment for a woman in love. Not least of all because Leo had followed her. His pretend reason: to prevent Ginny dishonoring his precious family name again through any association with the infamous St. Honore. His real reason: to love, protect and remarry the woman he had once let go.Three women are looking for their family – what they truly seek is love. Things are rarely as they seem in Sara Wood's intriguing family trilogy.
The First Men in the Moon (1901) is a scientific romance; the novel tells the story of a journey to the moon undertaken by the two protagonists, a businessman narrator, Mr. Bedford, and an eccentric scientist, Mr. Cavor. Bedford and Cavor discover that the moon is inhabited by a sophisticated extraterrestrial civilization of insect-like creatures they call "Selenites".