The author proposes not only that children be freed from arbitrary limitations, but that parents be freed from the guilt of total responsibility for the behavior and lifestyle of their children.
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A sexy mistake can have scandalous consequences…from USA TODAY bestselling author Yvonne Lindsay! A sexy night with her soon-to-be ex Or a scandalous encounter with his long-lost twin? Lately, Honor Gould has doubts about her engagement to the heir of Seattle’s powerful Richmond family—until an unexpected night of passion. Only the man Honor thinks is her fiancé is actually Logan Parker, his long-lost twin! Now with Logan’s sudden return, the Richmond legacy is threatened. And Honor is caught between her promise…and the man who stole her body and heart. From Harlequin Desire: Luxury, scandal, desire—welcome to the lives of the American elite. Clashing Birthrights Book 1: Seducing the Lost Heir
The Rhodes family’s recent adventures have exposed the world to the existence of magic…and now they have a brand-new threat hunting them down.
Millions of Americans rely on the likes of birth control, IVF, and genetic testing to make plans as intimate and farreaching as any over a lifetime. This is no less than the medicine of miracles. It fills empty cradles, frees families from terrible disease, and empowers them to fashion their lives on their own terms. But accidents happen. Pharmacists mix up pills. Lab techs misread tests. Obstetricians tell women their healthy fetuses would be stillborn. Political and economic forces conspire against regulation. And judges throw up their hands when professionals foist parenthood on people who didn't want it, or childlessness on those who did. Failed abortions, switched donors, and lost embryos may be first-world problems. But these aren't innocent lapses or harmless errors. They're wrongs in need of rights. This book lifts the curtain on reproductive negligence, gives voice to the lives it upends, and vindicates the interests that advances in medicine and technology bring to full expression. It charts the legal universe of errors that: (1) deprive pregnancy or parenthood of people who set out to pursue them; (2) impose pregnancy or parenthood on those who tried to avoid these roles; or (3) confound efforts to have a child with or without certain genetic traits. This novel architecture forces citizens and courts to rethink the reproductive controversies of our time, and equips us to meet the new challenges-from womb transplants to gene editing-that lie just over the horizon.
"The Birthright" by Joseph Hocking. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Education the birthright of every human being and the only Scriptural preparation for the Millennium
- Author : Benjamin PARSONS
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1845
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : BL:A0020254502
'Birthrights' tells the story of two sisters who compete for their child's love. At 29 years of age, Helen has a vital operation that stops her from having what she desperately wants, a child. Her younger sister Claudia gives her a wonderful gift and bears a child for her. However years later when Claudia finds out that she and her husband Martin can't conceive she realises that the only baby she will ever bear is Kelly, the child she had for her sister. (2 male, 4 female). In 'Soulmates' David turns the tables on his own kind and applies his merciless humour to the literary world in a play about the slippery business of books, authors, their work, and the readers who love them. When Katie Best, ex-pat Australian and Chick Lit Queen, receives an acerbic review from Danny, a Melbourne critic, she vows to take her revenge. (4 male, 3 female).
Book One of the Awakening Trilogy In the middle of the night Caislyn Vadoma auto-sketches a scene in which her parents are kidnapped from the family bookstore. She awakens in the morning to find that her sketch, a rare glimpse into the future, has already become reality. Jasmine DeLaney leaves her life behind when an abusive boyfriend puts her in the hospital. She becomes Jaxon, an art consultant in a new town, always looking over her shoulder for the danger she knows will catch up to her eventually. As Caislyn scrambles for clues to her parents' whereabouts, she casts a spell that leads her to Jaxon. From the moment they meet, the girls are immersed in a world of chaos and secrets. Finding out they are part of a very dangerous prophecy not only has them on the run, but discovering their own hidden pasts as well. While trying to come to grips with who they are, how they fit into this prophecy, and where Caislyn's parents are the girls must also face the fact that the stalker vampire who appears to be helping them, may just be putting them in more danger. Bonus Edition includes three bonus short stories about some of the characters who appeared in Birthrights.
- Author : Yvonne Lindsay
- Publisher : HarperCollins UK
- Release Date : 2021-01-07
- Genre : Fiction
- Pages : 224
- ISBN : 9780008910969
She needs him to trust her... no matter how high the cost!
- Author : Peter B. English
- Publisher : Veritas Books (IE)
- Release Date : 1985
- Genre : Aboriginal Australians
- Pages : 332
- ISBN : STANFORD:36105043967020
Criticizes use of Aboriginal identity as a means of gaining land rights; Traces constitutional, legislative and bureaucratic changes since 1967; References throughout to policies of Gordon Bryant, FCAATSI, NACC, DAA; Criticizes concept of Makarrata and Heritage Legislation.
To escape the burden of his family’s past, Whym accepts an apprenticeship with a master his parents fear and revile. He soon finds himself entangled in a web of treachery and on a perilous journey to locate a creature of myth and magic–a journey that will transform Whym and shape the future of the realm. Meanwhile, Quint, the son of a powerful religious leader, abandons his faith to join the fight against a corrupt council. As the adviser to a remote tribe, he must find in himself the wisdom and fortitude to save the people from the invading army–and their own leaders. Civil war looms, defeated foes plot revenge, and an ancient deity schemes to destroy them all. While navigating the shifting sands of truth, the two young men must distill what they believe, and decide on whose side they will stand in the coming conflict.
- Author : Robert Tuck
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1880
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : OXFORD:600094603
"There has been much misunderstood discussion and ignorance regarding the proper and/or lawful birth name versus the fictitious all capitalized name. To be more specific, a difference exists between my lawful birth name, 'Aran Alton: Ardaiz", a living soul and 'Private Citizen', and the legal, but fictitiously created 'corporate person,' ARAN ALTON ARDAIZ. The primary difference is that it changes one's birth rights by changing the jurisdiction of law and the flag that you thought you were submitted to, to one that is foreign to that birth right. Since the Civil War, there have always been two types of citizenship in America"--P. 4 of cover.