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    La sève

    Cheri

    Certaines se donnent du plaisir. D'autres s'en nourrissent...Alors que Charlène se rend chez son amie Cathy pour prendre le thé, elle la surprend en pleine séance de plaisir solitaire. Irrésistiblement attirée par la scène, elle s'approche et découvre que cette coquine est même une véritable femme fontaine. Mieux : que sa « sève » possède des propriétés étonnantes. En la goûtant, Charlène se retrouve littéralement plongée dans un éden de plaisir. Elle en devient même vite accro ! Or ça tombe bien, Cathy n'arrive plus à s'arrêter, produisant des flots de ce merveilleux nectar, offrant la promesse de plaisirs ininterrompus.Une série de rêveries érotiques et oniriques autour de la Sève, cette substance nourricière source de quiproquos aussi irrésistibles qu'humoristiques. Une vision légère, coquine et élégante avec les femmes comme moteur et leur fluide caché comme lumineux objet de désir... liquide.

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    Symposium

    Cheri

    Une jeune chercheuse délurée donne de sa personne pour faire avancer la science !
    Le symposium, colloque de médecine consacré aux pratiques innovantes, ouvre ses portes dans le décor idyllique d'un hôtel de luxe. S'y rassemblent des chercheurs venus du monde entier, hommes et femmes arrachés pour quelques jours à leur quotidien, loin des tracas et de la vie de famille... Parmi eux, Gabrielle, jeune femme aux moeurs libérées, bien décidée à user de son charme pour asseoir ses ambitions professionnelles et imposer sa méthode révolutionnaire : la guérison des patients par la stimulation sexuelle... Saurez-vous lui résister ? Rien n'est moins sûr !
    Avec Symposium, Cheri signe sa première bande dessinée érotique sous pseudonyme. Un ouvrage au style moderne et graphique, qui fait la part belle à la sexualité féminine et aux pulsions de l'héroïne, femme d'aujourd'hui, ambitieuse et sûre de sa sensualité, qui ne laissera aucun lecteur indifférent.

  • Et d'un seul bras, la soeur balaie sa maison Nouv.

    "On peut supposer, se dit Lala, qu'un homme n'est pas vraiment méchant quand la nature elle-même ne juge jamais bon de le punir."
    Lala vit chichement dans un cabanon de plage de la Barbade avec Adan, un mari abusif. Quand un de ses cambriolages dans une villa luxueuse dérape, deux vies de femmes s'effondrent. Celle de la veuve du propriétaire blanc qu'il tue, une insulaire partie de rien. Et celle de Lala, victime collatérale de la violence croissante d'Adan qui craint de finir en prison. Comment ces deux femmes que tout oppose, mais que le drame relie, vont-elles pouvoir se reconstruire ?
    Derrière des paysages caribéens idylliques, un intense et poignant portrait de femmes blessées depuis des générations. Renversant de grâce et d'émotions à vif, Et d'un seul bras, la soeur balaie sa maison est un premier roman déchirant qui prouve que l'héritage des traumatismes est tenace, mais pas toujours  irrémédiable.
    « La narration vous coupera le souffle. »
    The New York Times

  • 1880. La guerre civile américaine fait rage depuis deux décennies, poussant les avancées technologiques dans d'étranges et terribles directions. Des dirigeables de combat sillonnent le ciel et des véhicules blindés rampent dans les tranchées. Les scientifiques détournent les lois de la nature et échangent leur âme contre des armes surnaturelles alimentées par le feu, la vapeur et le sang. Bienvenue dans le siècle mécanique. Un siècle sombre et terrifiant.
    Premier volet de la trilogie Le Siècle mécanique, Boneshaker a été en 2010 finaliste des prix Hugo et Nebula et lauréat du prix Locus du meilleur roman de science-fiction.
     
    Une haletante quête du père dans Seattle envahie par les zombies, un roman de steampunk riche et passionnant. Émilie Nogaro, ActuSF.

  • 1880. La Guerre Civile américaine fait rage. Des dirigeables de combat sillonnent le ciel pendant que les scientifiques détournent les lois de la nature pour créer sans cesse de nouvelles armes. C'est dans cet univers que Maria Boyd, ancienne espionne confédérée, est chargée de protéger le dirigeable Clementine pour lui permettre de livrer sa précieuse cargaison. Mais un mystérieux pirate de l'air ne semble pas l'entendre de cette oreille et Maria devra user de toutes ses ressources pour accomplir sa mission.
    Après Boneshaker, prix Locus du meilleur roman de science-fiction, voici le deuxième tome du Siècle mécanique.
     
     
    Un roman efficace, aux personnages attachants, aux courses-poursuites rondement menées. Une lecture divertissante. Hervé Le Roux, Bifrost. 

  • Mercy Lynch est infirmière à Richmond. Elle doit se rendre en urgence à Seattle afin de faire ses adieux à son père mourant. Elle prend un dirigeable pour le Mississippi et arrive à St Louis, où l'attend un train tiré par une terrifiante machine à vapeur de l'Union : le Dreadnought. Tout se déroule normalement, jusqu'à ce que des pirates, puis des rebelles confédérés, investissent le train. Mais pourquoi toute cette agitation ? Serait-ce à cause du mystérieux chargement du second wagon ? Pour arriver à destination et descendre en vie du Dreadnought, Mercy devra survivre aux intrigues de l'Union et des Confédérés...
    Après Boneshaker, prix Locus du meilleur roman de science-fiction, et Clementine, voici le troisième tome du Siècle mécanique.
     
    /> L'auteur est au meilleur de sa plume. Si vous n'avez pas encore découvert cette série, nous ne pouvons que vous conseiller de sauter le pas pour des heures de lecture captivante. Elbakin.net

  • Avancer main dans la main. Résister au tumulte inéluctable du changement. Se renouveler pour durer. S'accepter soi-même avant d'accepter l'autre. Autant de défis à relever pour bâtir, consolider et préserver son couple.
    Lu par Dorothée Berryman

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  • Oui, je me débattais dans le flanc maternel,
    Lorsqu'un ange dans l'ombre, au nom de l'Eternel,
    Invisible au chevet de ma mère éperdue,
    A son fils bien-aimé, douce tête attendue,
    Porta ces tristes mots :« Ecoute ton destin,Et la lugubre nuit qui voile ton matin
    Sombrera tout à coup dans ta première aurore ;
    Lorsque j'aurai parlé, si tu veux vivre encore ! -
    Tu souffriras la soif, tu souffriras la faim ;Tu blanchiras ton front sur un labeur sans fin ;
    Tu seras le coeur noir qui toujours désespère,
    Tu croiras au Seigneur et tu deviendras père,
    Mais tu verras mourir tes enfants avant toi,
    Et tes mille sanglots feront crouler ta foi.Fruit d'une sélection réalisée au sein des fonds de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, Collection XIX a pour ambition de faire découvrir des textes classiques et moins classiques dans les meilleures éditions du XIXe siècle.

  • Inspired by her relationship with her own daughter and informed by the numerous parents and teens she's helped in her family workshops, Cherie Carter-Scott culls the ten truths she's observed about this special role:
    1. Having a child changes your life.
    2. Motherhood is an experience unlike any other.
    3. A mother has many roles.
    4. If you honor your children's essence, they will blossom.
    5. Love shows up in many different forms.
    6. As your child grows, so will you.
    7. There will be highs and lows.
    8. Remembering to care for yourself is essential.
    9. There is no such thing as a perfect mother.
    10. Motherhood is a process that never ends.
    Part tribute, part handbook, The Gift of Motherhood exudes Carter-Scott's vitality and wit, offering moms a way to celebrate the joys and navigate the rough spots along their journey. Though every mother walks her own path and every child is unique, Motherhood shares certain universal truths. This gem of a book acknowledges and affirms that the experience of being a mother is astounding, overwhelming, miraculous, and above all, a gift.
    From the Hardcover edition.

  • If you're one of the more than 15 million stepmothers in the country, you know the particular trials--and joys--of stepfamily dynamics today. You wonder if you're doing the right thing and, as a stepmother, many of your specific questions are unique. In this second edition of Stepmotherhood: How to Survive Without
    Feeling Frustrated, Left Out, or Wicked, journalist and stepmother Cherie Burns brings together countless insights and sound advice, based on the latest research and interviews with experts in the field (including dozens of other stepmoms), to answer questions such as:
    - How do you manage discipline when parents and stepparents disagree?
    - How can you help stepsiblings get along?
    - How do you handle birthdays, holidays, and weddings?
    - What's the best way to get along with your stepchild's mother?
    - When should you seek a therapist's help?
    Burns's wise and empathetic suggestions go beyond struggle, stigma, and compromise, showing how sensitive, informed stepmothers can take charge--and pride--in their role, becoming more effective and fulfilled.
    From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • Perfect for fans of Lauren Conrad's L.A. CANDY series, this e-original sequel to Amen, L.A. is full of sizzle, scandal, and secrets.
    Before she moved to L.A., Natalie and her boyfriend, Sean, got really close. She's not sure how she feels about him now, though, and when her mom gets her to join a church group called Wait/Great, Natalie feels like a total hypocrite. She's not the lily-white girl everyone thinks she is--especially Brett Goldstein, the hot eighteen-year-old TV star who's blowing up her phone and taking her on some incredible dates. If Brett and her L.A. friends knew the truth, what would they think? Inside, Natalie is the same small-town Minnesota girl she's always been. But in a world where what's on the outside is what counts, staying true to yourself isn't easy. . . .

  • Everything you need to know to break into today's most challenging and rewarding careers. Featuring interviews with the most successful executives in finance.@16@@16@@16@@18@From the Trade Paperback edition.@19@

  • Is the Confederate battle flag a racist symbol--or a proud reminder of Southern heritage?
    When Kate's liberal-minded family moves from the suburbs of New York City to a small town near Nashville, Kate is convinced her life is over. Redford lives up to Kate's low expectations. The Confederate battle flag waves proudly in the sky, the local diner serves grits and sweet tea, and country music rules the airwaves. Then she meets Jackson Redford III, scion of the town and embodiment of everything Dixie. And dang if brilliant, gorgeous Jack doesn't make Kate decide that maybe her new hometown isn't so bad after all. But a petition to replace the school's Confederate flag symbol is stirring up trouble. Kate dives right in, not afraid to attack what she sees as offensive. Getting involved means making enemies, though, and soon, Kate and Jack--and their families--find themselves pitted against each other in a bitter controversy: not just about the flag, but about what it means to be an American.
    From the Hardcover edition.

  • With words like "recession" and "record unemployment" filling the air, the typical family-regardless of how the economy is treating them-will be paying attention to the budget. That's why 99 Ways to Stretch Your Home Budget will receive a warm reception as it delivers scores of practical ideas to save cash around the house.
    Cheri Gillard, formerly an obstetrical and NICU nurse, is a freelance writer and editor, plus the mother of quadruplets.
    From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • If love is a Game what are the rules? Bestselling author Cherie Carter-Scott here provides the 10 rules of love to help us to create the happy, healthy and genuine relationships that we all desire. The 10 rules: You must love yourself first Negotiation will be required Relationships provide opportunities to grow Your relationship will be challenged by change You must nurture the relationship if it is to thrive Creating love is a process Renewal is the key to longevity Communication is essential Partnering is a choice You will also forget all this the moment you fall in love Based on 25 years of conducting healthy relationships workshops on creating, If Love is a Game, These Are the Rules features breakthrough advice, illustrated by heart-warming true stories destined to capture the hearts of women and men around the world.

  • THERE'S A PERFECT GIRL at every school, yours included. You know her. Beautiful. Talented. Smart. Great parents. Cool boyfriend. You can't even hate her, because, of course, she's so nice.
    At Forest Hills High, Lara Ardeche is that girl.
    But things can change.
    "Skillfully drawn, resulting in a compelling story. . . . An enjoyable and thought-provoking read."--School
    Library Journal
    "Readers will be totally caught up in Lara's struggle to find her true self under all that weight."--Booklist
    An ALA Best Books for Young Adults
    From the Hardcover edition.

  • Bestselling author, Cherie Carter-Scott gives vital, real-world advice to help you create the level of personal success that we all desire.
    If Succcess is a Game, These are the Rules outlines Cherie's 10 rules for success. She explains that by putting these rules into action we can set the game of success in motion and create more rewarding and fulfilling lives for ourselves. Featuring breakthrough advice and illustrated by heart-warming true stories, this book is destined to encourage and inspire women and men around the world.

  • When Natalie Shelton and her family move from Minnesota to Beverly Hills, more changes than their zip code. Natalie's mom accepts a position as pastor with the Church of Beverly Hills--and Natalie's along for the ride. Before she can blink, she's living in a mansion once owned by Ricardo Montalban, going to school with hot young Hollywood stars, and partying in the park with kids who know no limits. It's an amazing new life--but if she doesn't watch out, Natalie could find herself seriously messed up. Natalie has values . . . but how long can she hold on to them?
    From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • How to Grow a Young Music Lover is the ideal guide for parents who want to boost their children's education through music; parents who want to aid in their children's cognitive, motor, and creative development; parents who love music and want their children to do the same; and parents who wish they knew more about music and want their children to have advantages and instruction they did not. The book is an extraordinary resource for homeschooling parents who want an informative, accessible music curriculum and those want to support their children's instruction in piano, violin, or other instruments. It is also greatly appreciated by grandparents and other caregivers who want to initiate kids into the world of music; early childhood and elementary educators interested in solid, practical ways to teach their classroom about music; and any reader interested in learning more about musical history, terms, and methods. The book will also be well received by fans of musician Charlie Peacock, who wrote the foreword for this new edition.
    From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • When Moms Pray, God Listens
    As a mom, you can't always be there as your children stroll the hallways as school, head for the college campus, or occupy a seat in the corporate boardroom. Yet a part of you goes with them when you pray...preparing a highway for the release of God's protection and power in their lives...guiding them toward God's best.
    The stories in When Mothers Pray reveal that when the love of a mother for her child is connected with God's power through prayer, an irresistable force is released that changes kids, situations, families, schools...and entire communities! Discover how this power multiplies as mothers join together and pray. Overcome busyness and discouragement as you apply the simple prayer strategies within. Here's fresh motivation to make a difference in the lives of your children through your faith-filled prayers.
    From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • VAMPIRE FOR HIRE
    Raylene Pendle (AKA Cheshire Red), a vampire and world-renowned thief, doesn’t usually hang with her own kind. She’s too busy stealing priceless art and rare jewels. But when the infuriatingly charming Ian Stott asks for help, Raylene finds him impossible to resist--even though Ian doesn’t want precious artifacts. He wants her to retrieve missing government files--documents that deal with the secret biological experiments that left Ian blind. What Raylene doesn’t bargain for is a case that takes her from the wilds of Minneapolis to the mean streets of Atlanta. And with a psychotic, power-hungry scientist on her trail, a kick-ass drag queen on her side, and Men in Black popping up at the most inconvenient moments, the case proves to be one hell of a ride.
    From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • More than a book about praying together, this collection of dynamic resources motivates and guides couples into meaningful prayer! Statistics show that when couples pray together divorce rates plummet to less than 1 percent. Outspoken "prayer warrior" Cheri Fuller takes aim at interference to couples praying together by providing accessible tools to unite them before God. Each chapter offers a brief vignette about real people, a Scripture verse, a prayer exercise, and a "parting thought" for couples to ignite them in prayer. Fuller promises a "double blessing" to readers who pray this way -- the joy of experiencing answered prayer and the fulfillment of deepening marital intimacy.
    From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • It is a parent's greatest responsibility. Yet in this era of high-speed communication, few of them know how to connect their own families with God. Cheri Fuller shows how to discover the essence of prayer and experience the joy of communing with the Savior, as a family, for life. Thought-provoking questions will help parents and their kids see God in a new light. Scripture, present-day stories of answered prayer, and inspirational quotes will encourage families to begin a refreshing and rewarding lifelong walk with God.
    From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • For Christian parents eager to see their children come closer to the Lord, Cheri Fuller's When Children Pray is a godsend. There's no better testament to the power and effectiveness of children's prayers than these stories of how God answers the prayers of our children and youth. Most important, this book prepares parents to teach their children how to pray -- not merely the mechanics, but understanding and claiming the power of their heavenly Father through prayer. Busy parents and those with questions about their own prayer commitments will find When Children Pray, now in an updated, contemporary cover, especially helpful in passing on a legacy of faith to the next generation.
    From the Trade Paperback edition.

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