Ten Things I Love About You (Bevelstoke, #3) by Julia QuinnAnnabel Winslow is in a pickle. Having newly arrived in London for her first season and being in possession of a voluptuous figure, is being openly courted the the Earl of Newbury, who is at least 75 and a nasty brute to boot. Annabel does not want to marry him, of course, but feels that she has no choice since her father has recently died and left the whole family, including Annabels mother and her 7 siblings, almost destitute.
Then, while attending a party in the countryside, Annabel met Sebastian Grey, the Earl of Newburys nephew. And suddenly she found herself not only courted by the lecherous uncle, but also the charming young nephew. Should she follow her heart so that she can be with the one she loves, or should she marry the loathsome earl just so she can put food on the table for her family and make sure that her brothers get to stay in school?
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10 Reasons I Love My Wife (Written By My Husband)
This is actually an old meme, but I wanted to put it up anyway. I love the little notes she puts in my lunch. She has beautiful eyes. She has this husky voice sometimes that she whispers I love you in. She sings to our son before his nap and at night.
It is not often that I have guest posts here. But, today is one that I never expected that I would have here. A guest post by Eric! It all came to pass after I got mad about an action he did each time he and my Dad were beating my Mom and I at a round of cards. He surprised me, however, the next day with an actual written post. I was very touched, by the way. So the other evening, Angie and I were talking and she mentioned that I should write a guest post for her blog about 10 reasons I love her.
10 Things I Love About My Husband
Today is my 9th anniversary with the love of my life, Monica Shepherd. I love that girl a lot. Thanks for being you. I love you with all my heart. I am the full-time husband of a wonderful woman! I love being married!
I posted this over 6 years ago, but things have changed. My wife is a different person. We are more seasoned as empty-nesters. She has found some new rhythms in ministry and new opportunities to invest in others and serve. She loves God more than she loves me — I love her faith and commitment to Christ. She challenges me in my spiritual walk. She consistently shares her faith with others and her prayer life is so much stronger than mine.