Juicy Couture Oui Eau de Parfum Spray ist ein frischer Duft voller fruchtiger und floraler Akzente. Das 2018 lancierte Designer-Parfum des trendigen US-amerikanischen Mode-Labels ist binnen kürzester Zeit zu einem wahren Statement-Duft geworden. Er ist adressiert an moderne Damen, die 'Ja' zu Leben sagen. Es präsentiert sich in einem außergewöhnlichen, zweifarbigen Flakon, der an schicken Nagellack erinnert. Aromen eines Sommergartens, voller Eleganz und SinnlichkeitJuicy Couture Oui Eau de Parfum Spray eröffnet mit einem köstlichen Frucht-Cocktail aus saftiger Wassermelone, süßer, reifer Birne und einer würzigen Nuance von Açaí, der würzigen Wunderbeere der brasilianischen Palme. Das Herz des Duftes gehört weißen floralen Noten. Ein intensives Absolue aus taufrischem Jasmin wetteifert mit der anmutigen Tuberose um die Vorherrschaft. Der betörende Blüten-Akkord wirkt ausgleichend, behutsam umrahmt vom sanften, pinkfarbenen Geißblatt. In der Basis von Juicy Couture Oui Eau de Parfum Spray kommen unwiderstehliche feminine Eleganz und dezente Sinnlichkeit zu Wort. Mit Noten von goldgelbem Amber, warmem Moschus und einem Hauch kostbarer Hölzer klingt der faszinierende Duft imponierend aus. Der unwiderstehliche Damenduft sorgt tagsüber wie am Abend für einen eindrucksvollen Auftritt mit unwiderstehlichem Charme.Besonders hochwertige Ingredienzen gestalten das Dufterlebnis intensiv und lassen es lange anhalten.
A blazing-hot feast of holiday erotica sure to jingle sleigh bells and curl mistletoe. Replete with visions of sugar plums, big juicy candy canes, and stockings eager to be filled, Naughty or Nice? is an irresistible collection of holiday erotica to make anyone wish the season of giving lasted all year long. The narrator of Shanna Germain's "Good Little Girl" might pretend to be nice, but when she goes before her lover dressed as Santa, the naughty truth comes out. In "Carol's Christmas," Lisette Ashton retells Dickens' famous story, and though Carol doesn't learn the ghosts' lesson, she still gets just what she wants for Christmas. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alexandria Wilde, Allen Steele. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/003125/bk_acx0_003125_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
An Award Winning Urban Novel Listen to the book that sparked a bidding war with some of the top urban publishing companies! Blood is thicker than water, but money is thicker than blood in this juicy pause resistor! The college educated, street certified members of the crew find themselves learning the ultimate lesson! The Bankroll Squad rules the underworld with an iron fist. The women in the squad are willing to ride or die for their principles and everything that they stand for. When their leader; Malcom Powers, switches up on them and marries a white woman, will jealousy allow the women to continue to ride or die for the drug kingpin? Or is his wife the only woman he needs? Is she prepared for the life that comes along with being married to a kingpin? Will she ride or die through thick and thin? An action packed emotional thriller that grabs your heart and never lets go. A ride you will never forget. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Derrick Hardin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/005249/bk_acx0_005249_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In this follow-up to his first collection of essays - Shoot This One - television writer and producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach continues to overshare about his misadventures in the small screen to a degree that will make you fear for his future employment. Including Grillo-Marxuach’s Internet-breaking, no-holds-barred account of the creation of the hit show Lost, as well as the never-before-seen “mean version” of his essay “The Eleven Laws of Showrunning” - an incendiary assault on the toxic culture behind many TV series - the essays in Shoot That One offer both a tantalizing glimpse into the inner circles of the entertainment industry, as well a management lesson disguised as a juicy tell-all.With Shoot This One already on the reading list in a number of writing courses, Shoot That One digs deeper not just into the workings of TV but also popular culture as a whole. Whether he’s taking a flamethrower to the rampant bigotry in show-biz, explaining why your junior high school English teacher was wrong about how stories should end, or arguing that some films are better experienced with earplugs, Grillo-Marxuach takes no prisoners, tells it like it is, and shares what he knows with career-threatening candor and an endless curiosity about the medium and its message. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Colby Elliott. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/last/000526/bk_last_000526_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Plant Your Feet Firmly is an intimate glimpse of Asian America. Through the pages of seven short stories, the listener is treated to a delicate taste of ordinary people living extraordinary lives - from a cool grandpa to a grieving mother to a disillusioned husband. In a sampling, "Mothers and Wives" lives up to the standard of excellence set by this collection. College classmates gather for their regular dinner and drinks, all women of distinction and best buds from school, mulling over the news that one of their own is divorcing. As they share and care, there are more secrets floating around than ice in their drinks. But one member holds her betrayal close to her heart, never guessing that a casual question could derail her life and cast a naked spotlight on her own marriage. Another juicy offering, "Cosmetics" is the charming, funny story chronicling letters between a grandpa ("No grandpa Paul for me, just grandpa!") and his granddaughter. This Starbucks coffee drinking grandfather is not just another gramps! His tongue in cheek commentaries and keen perspective of human behavior will have you laughing all day long. "Plant Your Feet Firmly, on Two Moving Boats" is a lesson in political politeness concerning Asian Americans. If "Cosmetics" makes you laugh, this story will make you howl - told only as Marie Chow can, with humor, pathos, and an uncanny understanding of the human psyche. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lori J. Moran. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/022730/bk_acx0_022730_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The untold story of the renegade burger chain that evokes a passionate following unlike any other In fast-food corporate America, In-N-Out Burger stands apart. Begun in a tiny shack in the shadow of World War II, this family-owned chain has steadÂfastly refused to franchise or be sold. It is a testament to old-fashioned values and remÂiniscent of a simpler time when people, loyalty, and a freshly made, juicy hamburger meant something. Over time, In-N-Out Burger has become nothing less than a cultural instituÂtion that can lay claim to an insanely loyal following. Perman uses her investigative skills to uncover the story of a real American success story. It is not only a tale of a unique and profitable business that exceeds all expectations, but of a family's struggle to maintain a sustainable pop empire against the industry it helped pioneer, internal tensions, and a bitter lawsuit that threatened to bring the company to the brink. This is a lesson in a counterintuitive approach to doing business that places quality, customers, and employees over the riches promised by rapid expansion. In-N-Out Burger is a keenly observed narrative that explores the evolution of a California fad that transformed into an enduring cult of popularity; it is also the story of the conflicted, secretive, and ultimately tragic Snyder family who cooked a billion burgers and hooked a zillion fans. As the story of In-N-Out Burger unfolds, so too does the cultural history of America as influenced and shaped by car culture and fast food. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Loren Lester. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/001938/bk_harp_001938_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
From the bestselling author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The BFG, featuring a full-color interior! The Enormous Crocodile is incredibly hungry-and incredibly greedy. His favorite meal is a plump, juicy little child, and he intends to gobble up as many of them as he can! His is sure that his 'secret plans and clever tricks' cannot be foiled. But when the other animals in the jungle join together to put an end to his wicked schemes, the Enormous Crocodile learns a lesson he won't soon forget.
The day of the Naming is an important one for young roadrunners. That's when roadrunner parents judge the speed, courage, and hunting skill of their offspring and choose fitting names for them. One proud fledgling dreams of being named Muscles, or Dash, or even Hunter. If only he hadn't pursued those three juicy grasshoppers for a final snack. If only he'd remembered his parents' lesson: 'Always look before you leap.' If only he'd paid more attention to the mouse family that had lost two children to a nearby snake. If only the rattler had given some warning before it struck....Miraculously, the young roadrunner survives the attack, but not without damage. With their son's feet swollen to such an enormous size, his parents have no choice but to give him the humiliating name of Thunderfoot. It's enough to make a roadrunner wallow in self-pity and give up. But the only thing bigger than Thunderfoot's feet is his heart, and with some not always gentle goading from a wise old gopher tortoise named Berland, he finds the courage to go forward and seek his destiny -- and to become the stuff of legends.
The day of the Naming is an important one for young roadrunners. That's when roadrunner parents judge the speed, courage, and hunting skill of their offspring and choose fitting names for them. One proud fledgling dreams of being named Muscles, or Dash, or even Hunter. If only he hadn't pursued those three juicy grasshoppers for a final snack. If only he'd remembered his parents' lesson: 'Always look before you leap.' If only he'd paid more attention to the mouse family that had lost two children to a nearby snake. If only the rattler had given some warning before it struck.... Miraculously, the young roadrunner survives the attack, but not without damage. With their son's feet swollen to such an enormous size, his parents have no choice but to give him the humiliating name of Thunderfoot. It's enough to make a roadrunner wallow in self-pity and give up. But the only thing bigger than Thunderfoot's feet is his heart, and with some not always gentle goading from a wise old gopher tortoise named Berland, he finds the courage to go forward and seek his destiny -- and to become the stuff of legends.
This story was originally published in 'Ladybug' and is based on a true event witnessed in nature. Now with all-new illustrations. Written by the author of the three-volume series, 'How to Write a Children's Picture Book.' One day, tiny Arthur the Beetle finds a large, juicy berry, big enough to feed him for a week. Excited by his discovery, he begins pushing it home, planning how much he is going to like eating the berry. Then suddenly, his berry gets stuck, and Arthur the Beetle has to figure out how to free it. Sometimes approaching a problem straight ahead just will not work. There are times when a problem can only be resolved by backing off, and approaching it from a new direction. This is a difficult life lesson for most children to learn, but 'The Beetle and the Berry' makes this concept easy for children to understand. Appropriate for ages 3-6. (Cindy Penn contributed to this description.) Children will root for the tiny beetle, and, without knowing it, will be learning problem-solving and critical thinking skills.