The Poverty of Life-Affirming Work: Motherwork, Education, and Social Change

The Poverty of Life-Affirming Work: Motherwork, Education, and Social Change

The Poverty of Life-Affirming Work: Motherwork, Education, and Social Change

The Poverty of Life-Affirming Work: Motherwork, Education, and Social Change

Synopsis

When Luna Clark needs protection for herself and her two children, she turns to Joe Winston, a tough bounty hunter. Delighted at the opportunity to spend time with Luna, Joe packs his bag and accompanies her to North Carolina, where he finds himself falling in love with her. But someone is causing "accidents" to happen at the house on Quiet Lake, and before Joe can concentrate on seducing Luna, he'll have to find the perpetrator before the danger escalates.
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