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Find Me (Find Me, #1) by Romily Bernard
Those are the words in Tessa Waye's journal. It'?s the journal that ends with Wick Tate. He has the right computer malware abilities for the task, but little interest in this perverted hide-and-seeking. Those are the words in Tessa Waye's journal. It'?s the journal that ends with Wick Tate.
He has the right computer malware abilities for the task, but little interest in this perverted hide-and-seeking. And then Griff, next door parking car camper and chipper colleague, shows up to help Wick. Can we have a happily ever after with the threatening that Wick's dead father will return, the investigator will sniff him around Wick instead and a hit man will mock him every time?
and sarcastic. She' gonna find that murderer no matter what.
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Sinclair Lewis took little care of property design when he wrote Main Street. Milford Kennicott, a former alumnus of "hypocritical" Blodgett College with one year of supplementary studies at a Chicago librarianship college, worked for three years as a Librarian in St. Paul (Minnesota) before marrying Dr. Will Kennicott from Gopher Prairie.
She' s a woman of rebellion against hideousness and conformism, and one of the factors in her choice to approve Kennicott is the possibility of coming through a haphazard pre-Rite city in the Midwest. And the real storyline begins when the Kennicottts get closer to Gopher Plairie on the Gopher Plairie after the Colorado mountain retreat. There are three thousand boring men in this dreary city, in a class that ranges from Swedish farmers to banking presidents.
The main street has two-storey brickwork stores with fords and wooden carriages. Kennicott's house is old and muggy. It is a wide and empty plains extending from all sides. Dream ends and reality begins when Carol walks for thirty minutes and inspects the city to the northeast, southeast and wester.
She' ll realize how shabby she is. However, on her way home she is instructed by her husbands about the dangers of scandalizing humans. In the course of elapsed Carol makes one experiment after another to win the help of others in the uprising Gopher Prairie. He joins the Jolly Seventeen, a bridging society made up of an élite group of young marriages.
When Kennicott's baby, Hugh, is borne, Carol senses that her maternity surrounds her more than ever. Dr. Kennicott's family, who lives in Gopher Prairie, are constantly irritated by their criticism of Carol and their intervention in her budget work. He' still grudgingly leaving Gopher Prairie for Canada.
As home-loving and right-wing as Carol is no-conformist. He' s back from the military and becomes director of Bon Ton, the best shop in the city. She is drawn to Guy Pollock, a solicitor who has similar thoughts to hers, although he has been waiting so long to say them that he is now a Village Virus-catcher.
" Out of fear that the same destiny might be her destiny, Carol tries one improvements plan after another, all ending in fail. Gopher Prairie's multi-millionaire Percy Bresnahan comes home to see Carol. Her only serious extramarital romance on Main Street is between Carol and Erik Valborg, a tailor's apprentice five years younger than her.
Dr. Kennicott ends the romantic and makes it clear to his woman what kind of lifestyle she would have if she were to marry the boy of a Swedeasant. Gopher Prairie is leaving Gopher Prairie suddenly on the Minneapolis platoon. As Bjornstam and Valborg before her, Fern is leaving the city by rail.
After all, Carol himself will take the tote. Leaving Kennicott and spending almost two years in Washington during World War I, she enjoyed the town' s culture, but after a while was ready to go back to her man and Gopher Prairie. She notices that she was raging at people, when the institution is really to blame, and that, even though she was hit, she has kept her belief.
Readers realize that the gulf between man and woman is still huge and that the novel really ends in a dead end.