8 edition of The burning point found in the catalog.
|Statement||Mary Jo Putney.|
|Contributions||Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||CPB Box no. 1986 vol. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||335 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||2003576658|
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Tracy McKay's powerful memoir, The Burning Point is the kind of discoursethat I want to replace the heroic pioneer stories I grew up with/5(38). The Burning Point Mass Market Paperback – May 1, by Mary Jo Putney (Author) › Visit Amazon's Mary Jo Putney Page.
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It is now being rereleased under its original title The Burning Point. The first contemporary novel by New York Times bestselling author, The Burning Point is a riveting story of the ties that bind two people togetherand the incendiary forces that can tear them apart.
“THE BURNING POINT is more than a love story, it is a story of the emotional change and growth that is sometimes necessary before people can accept and forgive not only the imperfections and failings in others, but in themselves, as Jo Putney’s first foray from her usual genre of Historical Romance into the world of Contemporary Romance is an admirable success.” —Under the Covers.
Having said that, her first contemporary, The Burning Point is not only a disappointment for me, but involves an issue with which I am personally uncomfortable.
I’m sure many readers will feel the same way. The hero of The Burning Point, Patrick Donovan, is also its villain. Sexy, The burning point book, hunky, smart, to-die-for Donovan beats his wife.
The Burning Point Mary Jo Putney, Author Berkley Publishing Group $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. ARTICLES Buy this book Known for her historical romances. The Burning Point In The Burning Point, Mary Jo Putney’s first contemporary romance, heroine Kate Corsi returns to her home in Baltimore when her father dies unexpectedly.
Her father’s unusual will decrees that she must live with her ex-husband Patrick Donovan for a year, or she and her brother will not receive their inheritances. I recently finished reading Tracy McKay’s new book The Burning Point: A Memoir of Addiction, Destruction, Love, Parenting, Survival, and Hope.
While we often talk about wanting to hear more women’s voices in Mormonism, we don’t often get. The first contemporary novel by New York Times bestselling author, The Burning Point is a riveting story of the ties that bind two people together—and the incendiary forces that can tear them apart/5().
This novel was previously titled as Stirring the Embers. It is now being rereleased under its original title The Burning Point. The first contemporary novel by New York Times bestselling author, The Burning Point is a riveting story of the ties that bind two people together—and the incendiary forces that can tear them apart.
Kate Corsi always dreamed of working for her family’s world /5(). The Paperback of the The Burning Point: A Memoir of Addiction, Destruction, Love, Parenting, Survival, and Hope by Tracy McKay at Barnes & Author: Tracy Mckay. "Love is the burning point of stronger the love, the more the pain." "But love bears all things." Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers, The Power of Myth Acknowledgments ∗ ∗ ∗ I'd like to thank the Loizeaux family of Controlled Demolition Incorporated for their help with the technical aspects of this book.
Needless to say, they run. In The Burning Point, she blends this talent with a contemporary setting, a fascinating current technology, and modern problem-solving techniques to create a riveting, emotionally satisfying The Burning Point, a woman comes to grips with an intense, abusive relationship and helps mend a family fractured by death and divisiveness.5/5(5).
Publisher Description #1: The Burning Point #2: The Spiral Path #3: An Imperfect Process #4: A Holiday Fling (Novella)/5(77). The Burning Point () About book: First off I want to say that this is fiction/fantasy and not real life so what I think of the H/h in this story has nothing to do with real life could have been a pretty good story,imo, had the author been a better writer.
I'm not sure what the copyright date is and I hope for her sake this was a first attempt at writing. Burning a Book is a short poem by William Stafford, composed in fewer than 20 lines, that outlines the poet's actions in burning books—an act of censoring unsafe material.
His claim is metaphorical. The Burning Point by Mary Jo Putney The Burning Point is New York Times bestselling author Mary Jo Putney's first contemporary novel, a riveting story of the ties that bind two people together -- and the incendiary forces that can tear them Edition: The Burning Point.
Putney's first book for Berkley and her first contemporary novel is the riveting story of the ties that bind two people together--and the incendiary forces that can tear them apart. The story centers around a woman destined to inherit her family's fortune if she and her ex-husband agree to live under the same roof for one year.
The burning point. [Mary Jo Putney] -- Forced by her father's will to live with her ex-husband for a year, Kate Corsi soon uncovers the secret behind her father's death and begins to rediscover the passion she once reserved for her ex.
# Berkley Books\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. The Burning Point by Mary Jo Putney,Berkley Books edition, in English - Berkley :. And they must face the perils of moving too close to the burning point, where their passion could once again catch fire.
Filled with compelling characters, The Burning Point solidifies Mary Jo Putney's position as one of today's great romantic writers. Jack Garrett's inflamed narration will leave listeners smoldering.This novel was previously titled as Stirring the Embers.
It is now being rereleased under its original title The Burning Point. The first contemporary novel by New York Times bestselling author, The Burning Point is a riveting story of the ties that bind two people together—and the .The Burning Point by Mary Jo Putney; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Divorced women, Wrecking, Family-owned business enterprises, Family violence, Fiction, Inheritance and succession.