I think the heart is like a chocolate orange. You need to break it a hundred times before it will open. Christina Welsh has fallen in love with the wrong girl. Everything she wants can be seen in this girl’s eyes, but her friends point out that it isn’t what she needs. If only there was some way to learn the lesson. If only something would cause her to rethink what she wants and compare it with what she actually needs.Christina finds her world changed within a day, but her struggles against the trials of mental health and the perception of her that others hold, start to hold her back.
A romantic love story, flirty, sensual, a serious love affair between a disguised rich woman and an amazing schizophrenic homeless man. These two romantic hearts meet in a hopeless place; could this be real or illusory? You need to read this one today.
Most Christian oriented books are too spiritual to discuss techniques; books that discuss techniques are usually distinctly non-Christian and often promote dangerous practices. Our goal is to glorify God and give practical guidance.
The first edition has had steady sales since 2009. This edition is updated and expanded, largely in response to questions and comments from our readers.
For over a century, Christians treated marital sex as something shameful. Women, in particular, were not supposed to enjoy it. Now, Christians are beginning to appreciate God’s plan. This is currently a hot topic and is being covered by ABC News and Time Magazine., among other news sources...
When we needed this information, there was nothing on the market like our book (there still is not another). Christian oriented books are too spiritual to discuss techniques; books that discuss techniques are usually distinctly non-Christian and often promote dangerous practices. Our goal is to glorify God and give practical guidance.
“You walk the bridges between two worlds, between reality and dreams, Ciso - You are a Dreamwalker.”
Narciso di Angelo, a sixteen-year-old boy, living on the streets of Rome thinks he is the only one that can walk in other’s dreams.
When a mysterious and dark woman makes her appearance in one of his dreamwalks, he is rescued from her clutches by Project Somnus, a secret underground United Nations organisation, that recruits and trains children with his gifts, using them to fight against and prevent worldwide terrorist threats.
Here Narciso learns more of his abilities and where they come from as well as what it means to be part of a family and a home.
But, as the threat of the mysterious woman and the terrorist organisation Tantibus increases, he also learns what it is like to lose this.
“In dreams we live. In reality we dream.”