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All is Calm (Library Edition)
A Lonestar Christmas Novella
Colleen Coble, Pam Turlow
Oasis Audio
Pub Date: 11/24/14
ISBN:  978-1-60981-993-4
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Brendan Waddell needs a place to recuperate. Lauren Everman needs a place to hide. It’s going to be an unexpectedly romantic Christmas at Bluebird Ranch.

As Kinky as You Wanna Be
Your Guide to Safe, Sane and Smart BDSM
Shanna Germain
Cleis Press
Pub Date: 11/24/14
ISBN:  978-1-62778-074-2
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As Kinky as You Wanna Be is not an instruction book. It won’t teach you how to tie up your squirming lover or choose the proper lube.

Rather, it teaches you how to be a kinky person who has safe, sane, and smart experiences. Like a tourist’s guide to BDSM, As Kinky as You Wanna Be offers a road map to your own kinky self. This book helps you discover which kinky countries you want to visit, gives you tips and techniques on the language of BDSM, and helps you navigate the customs and rituals of the kink community.

With sections on discovering your pleasures; talking about kink with your partner, your family, or your doctor; staying physically and mentally safe; putting your kinky dreams into practice; and dealing with difficult situations, As Kinky as You Wanna Be is your guide and confidant. The book features informative interviews with BDSM experts such as Jay Wiseman and Lee Harrington, and it is sprinkled with stories from top erotica authors like Janine Ashbless and Rachel Kramer Bussel.

Whether your first kinky experience or thousandth, As Kinky as You Wanna Be guides you — safely and smartly.

Biopsychosocial Assessment in Clinical Health Psychology
Edited by Frank Andrasik, PhD, Dept of Psychology, Univ of Memphis, Jeffrey L. Goodie, PhD, ABPP, Dept of Fam Med, Uniformed Services Univ of the Health Sci; and Alan L. Peterson, PhD, ABPP, Dept of Psychiatry, Univ of TX Health Sci Ctr atSan Antonio
The Guilford Press
Pub Date: 11/24/14
ISBN:  978-1-4625-1776-3
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Filling a key need, this practical volume provides state-of-the-art approaches and tools for evaluating both health-related behaviors and psychosocial aspects of medical illness. The book begins by presenting a comprehensive biopsychosocial assessment framework. Evidence-based strategies are described for assessing such key lifestyle factors as tobacco use, alcohol and other drugs, physical activity, and social support.  Behavioral, cognitive, and emotional issues associated with a range of specific medical conditions--including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic pain, and others--are addressed. Chapters on assessment of specific populations cover pediatric patients, older adults, ethnic/racial minority groups, organ transplant and bariatric surgery patients, and primary care.

Boyer TExt 8e; Hatfield Text 3e; CoursePoint for Pellico Pediatric Nursing; CoursePoint for Taylor Fundamentals 7e; LWW NCLEX-RN PassPoint Plus Laerdal vsim for Med-Surg Package
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Pub Date: 11/24/14
ISBN:  978-1-4963-1535-9
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This package contains the following products:
  • 9781609136802 Boyer Math for Nurses 8e
  • 9781451147025 Hatfield Introductory Maternity and Pediatric Nursing 3e
  • 9781469885650 Pellico Lippincott CoursePoint for Focus on Adult Health
  • 9781469886473 Taylor Lippincott CoursePoint for Fundamentals of Nursing 7e
  • 9781469809359 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins NCLEX-RN PassPoint, North American Edition
  • 9781469899138 Laerdal Medical vSim for Nursing | Medical-Surgical, Access Card
Lippincott CoursePoint is the only digital curriculum solution for nursing education. CoursePoint provides a completely integrated and adaptive experience, all geared to help students understand, retain, and apply their course knowledge and be prepared for practice. CoursePoint is structured in the way that students study, providing them the content exactly where and when they need it for a more effective learning experience.

Cherokee Newspapers, 1828-1906
Tribal Voice of a People in Transition
Cullen Joe Holland, James P. Pate
Cherokee National Press
Pub Date: 11/24/14
ISBN:  978-0-9826907-3-4
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Cherokee Newspapers tells how the Cherokees established the Cherokee Phoenix in 1828 as the first tribal newspaper, how it presented the Cherokee case to the nation and finally the confiscation of the press by the Georgia militia in 1834. The story picks up in 1844 when the newspaper was reborn in a new land as the Cherokee Advocate, the first newspaper in what would become Oklahoma.

Darker Edge of Desire
Gothic Tales of Romance
Edited by Mitzi Szereto; Foreword by Kate Douglas; Afterword by Rachel Caine
Tempted Romance
Pub Date: 11/24/14
ISBN:  978-1-940550-05-3
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Love, passion and sex…it’s all here in Darker Edge of Desire.

Gothic literature has always possessed a dark attraction ripe with the promise of the forbidden and the sensual. In Darker Edge of Desire, Mitzi Szereto takes the sexualized Gothic and ratchets it up a few notches into the danger zone, opening the door into the darker side of lust and love that only the courageous dare to venture through. Venturing even further into the world of mystery and romance than she did in the critically acclaimed Red Velvet and Absinthe, Szereto creates an atmosphere with a distinct Gothic flavor where we explore our more forbidden desires. In these tales, love and lust (and kink!) know no boundaries, and all nature of beings—from vampires, werewolves, shape shifters, ghosts, succubae—abound.

Tread carefully, danger and desire lie ahead!

A Personal and Political Biography
Stanley G. Payne and Jesús Palacios
University of Wisconsin Press
Pub Date: 11/24/14
ISBN:  978-0-299-30210-8
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The first comprehensive scholarly biography of Franco in English, presenting an objective and deeply researched account of the Spanish dictator’s personal, professional, and political life.

Guidance, Not Governance
Rabbi Solomon B. Freehof and Reform Responsa
Joan S. Friedman
Hebrew Union College Press
Pub Date: 11/24/14
ISBN:  978-0-8229-6321-9
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Finalist for the 2013 National Jewish Book Award.

This pioneering study analyzes Freehof's responsa on a select number of topics that illustrate the evolution of American Reform Judaism in the second half of the twentieth century and assesses his role in guiding and shaping the movement.

Gay Urban Erotica
Edited by Shane Allison
Cleis Press
Pub Date: 11/24/14
ISBN:  978-1-62778-079-7
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Shane Allison is more daring than any other gay writer today, and he pushes the boundaries further than anyone else. In Homeboys we ride shotgun with the wild and fancy-free outlaws of the streets. What happens when two horny members from LA’s notorious Crips and Bloods are involved in a secret love affair? Or when a few members of the Greasers and the Socs meet for hot group sex in an abandoned freight train? Feel what it's like to keep it on the DL with Del, Norteños-style, and read all about how to get hazed by Asian Boyz. This bold and so-bad-it's-good book explores the erotic lives of thugs, drug runners, mischievous miscreants, dirty cops, prison gang bangers, and warriors of the wild.

As 2Pac says, it's all about "Snatchin' hearts and jackin' marks."

Planning for Community Resilience
A Handbook for Reducing Vulnerability to Disasters
Jaimie Hicks Masterson, Walter Gillis Peacock, Shannon S. Van Zandt, Himanshu Grover, Lori Feild Schwarz, and John T. Cooper, Jr.
Island Press
Pub Date: 11/24/14
ISBN:  978-1-61091-585-4
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How can we plan and design stronger communities? From New Orleans to Galveston to the Jersey Shore, communities struck by natural disasters struggle to recover long after the first responders have left. Globally, the average annual number of natural disasters has more than doubled since 1980. These catastrophes are increasing in number as well as in magnitude, causing greater damage as we experience rising sea levels and other effects of climate change.
Communities can reduce their vulnerability to disaster by becoming more resilient—to not only bounce back more readily from disasters but to grow stronger, more socially cohesive, and more environmentally responsible. To be truly resilient, disaster preparation and recovery must consider all populations in the community. By bringing together natural hazards planning and community planning to consider vulnerabilities, more resilient and equitable communities are achievable.
In Planning for Community Resilience the authors describe an inclusive process for creating disaster-resilient communities. This handbook guides any community through the process of determining their level of hazard exposure, physical vulnerability, and social vulnerability with the goal of determining the best planning strategy. This will be an invaluable tool for professionals working to protect their community from disturbance.
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