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While initially impartial, as she comes to know more about Daniel Wilmont she is unable to find the incriminating evidence that her boss wants her to find. Instead, she finds Daniel to be a kind, Christian man who lives and honest life and whose biggest offense is writing in favor of the poor workers and asking the rich to treat the poor with dignity and respect as any good Christian should.
Charlotte begins to have her eyes opened to God through Daniel, and the assignment gets tougher and tougher as time goes by. But hanging over her head are the job possibilities and the money to take care of her family and pay the bills. Will Charlotte sell out in order to destroy Daniel Wilmont, even if it means coming up with fake evidence or exposing his most private life though he has treated her constantly with dignity and respect?
Or will Charlotte be forced to make the choice between love and her job aspirations? Read Love On Assignment to find out! While enjoyable, the Ladies of Summerhill isn't my favorite series that I have ever read.
That being said, it is still a beautiful series full of Christian values and a bit of romance. I do appreciate that Charlotte Hale has grand aspirations for life as more than a housewife, something very uncommon in the early s.
I thought we got a great look into her mind, and a deep understanding of how hard it would be to be in her position: I think we all have been in really tough situations where the choice was difficult to make, and this book does a good job at showing how God can lead you to the right decision, no matter how difficult. Jan 07, Julie G rated it liked it Shelves: Cute cover, no?
It's a genre I haven't read since I think March of last year, and it's a genre I found myself missing. Christian fiction can be a touchy genre, but I've always had something of a soft spot for it.
Janette Oake's Love Come Softly series, which I read when I was ridiculously young, had a huge impact on my reading choices during middle school and high school. It's like most other genre f Cute cover, no? It's like most other genre fiction in that it can be ludicrously bad, but it's a genre I feel like is consistently improving, very similar to YA. Cara Lynn James' Ladies of Summerhill series leans more toward the frivolous side of fiction, but makes for a great read.
Each book is set in turn of the century Victorian New England and follows the typical romance set up: Writing I can't lie, there are some cheesey lines in the series. A few even had my eyes rolling. But some parts made me question my beliefs about what constitutes cheesey and what doesn't.
There's a moment in Love On Assignment when a character prays and is describes as talking to the Lord as if to a friend.
My first reaction was to eye roll. But I reread the paragraph and it hit me that it really fit for that character. It also hit me that in this situation the character was praying for a friend. And although I felt it was really cheesey at first, it made me think of how maybe instead of trying to offer my friends advice when they're going through hard times, it might be better to offer to pray with them.
I always say "I'll pray for you" but I wonder how my friends would react if I offered to pray with them instead. Deep thoughts, I know, and it all came from a "cheesey" little line.
MST3K Very enjoyable. As a pre-teen and later as a teen, I had very bad insomnia. Up all night insomnia. Which, let me just tell you, is really stressful.
And to keep myself calm I'd stop looking at the clock and pick up a Christian romance novel obviously the only kind of romance novel allowed in the Clark home. And I ended up reading both books in two days - and staying up way into the night to do so! While it's not a book I recommend to my readers who are into literary fiction or the classics or more hearty fare, it's definitely one I recommend as a light diversion.
And who knows, it may make you think a little bit harder about your faith? I was surprised to find myself considering some of the aspects of faith brought up by the books in a deeper light than I did as a teen.
Apr 04, Linnette rated it it was amazing Shelves: What a great historical by Cara Lynn James! This book was worth every day of every year she put into it! Thank you, Cara Lynn, for the gift of Charlotte and Daniel's story.
I loved both hero and heroine. Cara portrayed them and the era so well. The conflict was so realistic. I love how she presented Charlotte's growth as a Christian. I love Daniel's vulnerability and faith. If only we were all more like him in our Christian walk. While it opens us up to many vulnerabilities, God truly is o Wow!
While it opens us up to many vulnerabilities, God truly is our rock and defender. Daniel brings remembrances to my heart and mind of years gone by in my own life. The story also made me think of what Jesus said As a couple, Charlotte and Daniel bring these two characteristics together in perfect unity, balancing each other as a couple should. It's refreshing to see couples who aren't constantly at each other's throats only to wind up together at the very the end.
I enjoyed watching their relationship bud, blossom and grow - even with Charlotte's angst throughout. I like that, though she was an interloper, she was her genuine self during the day to day things of life.
It was those things that won Daniel's heart to begin with and I'm glad Charlotte could be herself to a great extent I also like that while Daniel was affected by the failures of his first wife and marriage, he allowed it to grow him in his Christian walk rather than embitter him.
And that's truly what made him the wonderful man he was and allowed him to see Charlotte for the gift she was. D Bravo, Cara Lynn! If I could give you six stars, I would! D Congratulations on a job well done! View 2 comments. Jan 09, Nancy rated it really liked it. During the summer of Charlotte Hale, a native Newporter and secretary for the Rhode Island Reporter, accepts an undercover assignment as temporary governess to Daniel Wilmont's children in order to secretly gather evidence against him.
As he helps her rediscover God, Charlotte learns that Daniel is an honorable man. They unexpectedly fall in love despite their different backgrounds and social positions. Charlotte soon realizes she must defend Daniel against the forces set against him-a willf During the summer of Charlotte Hale, a native Newporter and secretary for the Rhode Island Reporter, accepts an undercover assignment as temporary governess to Daniel Wilmont's children in order to secretly gather evidence against him.
Charlotte soon realizes she must defend Daniel against the forces set against him-a willful student with a romantic crush and the newspaper editor determined to destroy his reputation. My Take: This is a sweet book with Christian overtones. Actually, it is more than overtones. When Charlotte is being interviewed by Daniel, he asks her outright, "Are you a Christian?
In today's world Daniel would be looking at a lawsuit. Of course, Charlotte would be looking for an attorney for her part which I can't tell you because then I'd ruin the story. Although somewhat predictable, the book is different in that the author provides time and space for redemption. When the hearts are changed, the orchestra does not automatically strike up a tune and lovers fall into each others arms declaring their undying love.
In fact, Daniel's marriage problems add a good deal of depth to Daniel and I began to appreciate his forgiving heart and recognize that forgiving and forgetting are not the same thing. The protagonist is interesting and grows a spine, providing the reader with a conflict that is directly opposed to Charlotte's role as breadwinner for her arthritic aunt and disabled sister.
I found that I liked Charlotte and could relate to her in many ways. Writing is solid. Story is engaging. Language and dialogue is clean and the book earns a place on the family bookshelf.
This is the second book in the series and only the second book I've read by this author, but I know it won't be my last.
I think I liked the first one a little bit more but they are both great stories and I can't wait to read the third in this series. Charlotte is working as a secretary but wants to be a journalist.
She supports her family and they can't earn enough for medical expenses or the damage to the roof. She feels enormous pressure to provide for them. So when her boss gives her the oppo This is the second book in the series and only the second book I've read by this author, but I know it won't be my last. So when her boss gives her the opportunity to go undercover as a chance to prove her worth as a journalist, more than just her ambition is on the line.
I loved that she was a career woman with intelligence but also cared so much for family and had a strong sense of right and wrong. The deeper she gets involved, the less comfortable she feels. Her boss seems willing to destroy Daniel by any means - even dishonest - and Daniel seems innocent of all the things she's supposed to find evidence of. If she doesn't comply she's afraid of losing her job. If she does Daniel asked Charlotte if she was a Christian and she told him she was but lots of little things are adding up to say she might not be.
He promised himself not to get involved with anyone after what happened with his first wife but there is just something about Charlotte that draws him He's the kind of strong, righteous, hero who is willing to stand up for what he believes in no matter what.
He's also truly willing to believe the best in people.
If anything, he's almost too perfect. I thought perhaps a bit more time could have been spent in Daniel's perspective to answer some questions and give some more depth. There were some loose ends that never seemed explained - like what was so special about the things in the attic. There was a touching secondary romance for his mother as well. Jan 30, Brenda rated it really liked it.
After reading the first book in the Ladies of Summerhill series by Cara Lynn James I was anxious to read "Love On Assignment", to see how well the author could continue her series, and I would say she pulled off another great historical christian read! It's the summer of , and Charlotte Hale has spent the last three years working as a secretary for the Rhode Island Reporter.
She had always wanted to be a journalist, so when her boss presents her with the opportunity she jumps at the chance. O After reading the first book in the Ladies of Summerhill series by Cara Lynn James I was anxious to read "Love On Assignment", to see how well the author could continue her series, and I would say she pulled off another great historical christian read!
Once she hears what the assignment is she is bothered a bit about what she is asked to do, but decides to do it anyway. The assignment is to search for evidence against Daniel Wilmont, someone her boss considers a religious fanatic. Daniel is a Bible professor and writes a column for the competition, Newport Gazette.
Her boss wants Daniel to stop writing his columns, will Charlotte find something she can use against him, and once she gets to know him will she want to? The authors writing draws you into the story of Charlotte and Daniel, making you feel as if your right there with them. I became engrossed by the story, and while I kind of figured how it would turn out, I never felt bored reading it.
While this is christian fiction, it never comes off as preachy, the message of forgiveness is there,although it isn't so overwhelming that you are put off by it. This is the second in a series this book can easily be read as a stand alone work, although I would recommend picking up the first book, especially if your a fan of Historical Christian romance.
This is for me a 3. Charlotte is a secretary working at a news paper. She wants to be a journalist. She will go undercover as a governess to get the goods on Daniel. Daniel is a professor at a Christian college. Will Charlotte follow through to bring This is for me a 3. Will Charlotte follow through to bring Daniel down or will she find out the truth and will she be willing to risk it all to tell it? I liked this book a little better then the first one in the series. I found the story was interesting and I kept holding my breath to see if Charlotte was going to be found out.
I did feel the climax was kind of drug out.
She would start to tell Daniel but something would happen and she would not. By the time he finally did find out it had lost its punch. I also found the ending to be a little unbelievable. I liked the happy ending but it seems to just all suddenly work out. Over all it was a good book and I enjoyed reading it. I look forward to the 3rd book due out this summer. I was provided a free copy of this ebook from the publisher through NetGalley to review it.
I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. Jan 13, WifeMomKnitter rated it really liked it Shelves: From the book synopsis: She'll go undercover as a governess to investigate a scandal about her new employer, Daniel Wilmont, a young widowed professor of religion who writes a controversia From the book synopsis: She'll go undercover as a governess to investigate a scandal about her new employer, Daniel Wilmont, a young widowed professor of religion who writes a controversial column ton a rival newspaper.
I actually enjoyed this book more than the first book in the series. Charlotte is stuck between a rock and a hard place. She is the sole breadwinner of her family made up of the aunt that took her and her sister in after her parents passed away and her disabled sister. Of course she jumped at the chance to try to make a better life for her family! The attractions that occurs between Charlotte and Daniel is done in a very sweet way. A nice touch in the book is having Lily and Jackson, who appear in the first book in the series, be secondary characters in this book.
All in all, a nicely done historical romance. Mar 19, Katie rated it really liked it Recommended to Katie by: Jane Culberty. Aspiring reporter Charlotte Hale's boring life as secretary for a local newspaper life just took a sudden turn. Her boss gives her a job with the promise of becoming an actual reporter if completed well. Charlotte is determined to prove to him that she can do it Continually confronted with nothing but an honest and upright man trying to provide for his children, she's at a loss at what to do.
How can she destroy a good man? But must she give up Aspiring reporter Charlotte Hale's boring life as secretary for a local newspaper life just took a sudden turn. But must she give up her dreams of becoming a reporter? The way Charlotte worked with Daniel's children, Tim and Ruthie, was really special and the bond that formed so quickly--as is easy to do with such a loveable and trusting girl like Ruthie--was so sweet! To my surprise, a bit of suspense was mixed into this plot and I found it very difficult to put the book down.
The love story was very sweet and tender. I loved watching their affections for each other grow. Reader's will be surprised by the twists in the plot, the dark secrets that Charlotte uncover, and the lessons she learns. You can't help but grow to love the characters, and even the town of Newport, Rhode Island was enchanting! I haven't read many books set in the Gilded Age, but Love on Assignment was a wonderful read with descriptive characters and a sweet story that will make you sigh as you read the last paragraph of the book.
I look forward to reading more by this talented writer! View 1 comment. Jan 05, April rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is the second in the "Ladies of Summerhill series" and can be read as a stand alone.
Book One,"Love on a Dime". It is written with depth and details. It has romance, love, faith, hope, forgiveness,making decisions to do the right thing,sticking to your convictions,religious beliefs,finding renew faith and love. This is a story with Christian values,beliefs doing what is right instead of what is expected and keeping your convictions.
It shows the contrast between the wealthy and the working class. It is the story of a young secretary, Charlotte who works for a local newspaper and has big dreams of becoming a newspaper reporter.
And a young widowed religious professor Daniel ,who is seeking a governess for his two young children.
Charlotte is sent to Daniel's residence,by her editor in hopes of finding a scandal or something to discredit him. Daniel writes a controversial column with a rival newspaper. What transpires is a renewal of Charlotte's faith and her finding love enough to make a decision that would effect her hold family. This is an inspiring story of faith,love, forgiveness and keeping to your convictions through everything.
Apr 17, Marlene rated it really liked it. It's the second in the Ladies of Summerville series and is a stand-alone novel. You see the hero and heroine from the previous novel only briefly, and the first story of the series is NOT retold here. The connecting element between the first and second books is not family members, but the affluent "cottage" by the name of Summerhill.
Daniel, a religion professor, owns Summerhill and is a widowed father of two children. He's in need of a governess. Enter Charlotte, who is the breadwinner for her family. She is an undercover aspiring reporter investigating Daniel. What I liked: The author managed to make a likeable heroine, even though she was in the position of a deceiver. I was fully expecting to be annoyed though the entire book by the heroine. However, Cara Lynn James manages to pull it off.
The characters were great! They felt like real people. What I didn't like: The ending was too rushed. I think the setting seemed very historically accurate, but I don't think the language was quite there. No glaringly obvious problems, but there were several times that the language caused me to wonder, " Did people really say that back then?
Apr 01, Kaye rated it liked it Shelves: With all of the early to mid-nineteenth century western settings in Christian romance, it's refreshing to see a different period the Gilded Age and setting the East Coast for a change. I love the idea of the fish-out-of-water concept of placing working-class Charlotte into the very blue-blood setting of Summerhill, Rhode Island, where the wealthy played during their summer escape from New York, Boston, or Philadelphiasomewhat reminiscent of a "country house" romance in a nineteenth-centur With all of the early to mid-nineteenth century western settings in Christian romance, it's refreshing to see a different period the Gilded Age and setting the East Coast for a change.
I love the idea of the fish-out-of-water concept of placing working-class Charlotte into the very blue-blood setting of Summerhill, Rhode Island, where the wealthy played during their summer escape from New York, Boston, or Philadelphiasomewhat reminiscent of a "country house" romance in a nineteenth-century British romance.
I quite enjoyed Charlotte, and found her struggles with both ethics and faith endearing and believable. Daniel, on the other hand, was a bit much for me at times, and I found myself struggling to connect with him and even, at times, feeling like Charlotte could do better.
Though the spiritual element was a bit heavy-handed for my personal tastes, I know that there are many other readers who will be touched by the message of forgiveness and redemption woven throughout the book.
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Homo habilis dan penerusnya, Homo erectus berdampingan dengan Australopithecus robustus di dataran Afrika Selatan selama lebih dari satu juta tahun. Gua Swartkrans di Afrika Selatan telah di bawah penggalian sejak tahun an. Fosil pertama yang mengandung lapisan batuan sedimen di gua berasal dari sekitar 1,9 juta tahun yang lalu dan berisi bangkai binatang, alat-alat primitif, dan dua atau lebih spesies hominid yang seprti kera.
Penemuan baru-baru ini menemukan tulang dari tangan Australopithecus robustus, pertama kalinya seperti tulang telah ditemukan sebelumnya. Fitur yang paling penting dari tangan Australopithecus robustus adalah ujung jari distal pollical, tulang di jempol.
Para peneliti juga menemukan tulang primitif dan alat-alat batu, terutama menggali alat-alat, pada lapisan sedimen yang sama. Mereka memiliki wajah yang lebar, jaws berat, dan dapat penghancur besar dan penggilingan gigi yang digunakan untuk makan buah-buahan yang keras, benih, dan bagian berserat bawah tanah tanaman.
Mereka berjalan tegak, yang akan memungkinkan mereka untuk membawa dan menggunakan alat-alat.
Kebanyakan ahli sebelumnya telah percaya bahwa Homo habilis mampu menggantikan Australopithecus robustus karena lebih dahulu mampu untuk menggunakan alat-alat memberi mereka keunggulan bawaan.
Penemuan bahwa Australopithecus robustus juga menggunakan alat berarti bahwa para peneliti harus mencari penjelasan lain untuk kepunahan mereka. Mungkin mereka ketergantungan pada tanaman alami yang menyebabkan kejatuhan mereka sebagai iklim menjadi pengering dan pendingin, atau mungkin Homo habilis, dengan otak mereka yang lebih besar, yang hanya dapat membuat alat-alat yang lebih canggih.
Berarti yang bukan adalah nenek moyang Australophitecus robustus. Which of the following does the author mention as the most important recent discovery made in the Swartkrans cave? What does the author suggest is unclear about Australopithecus robustus? Where in the passage does the author mention the materials from which tools were made?
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Then it was discovered that these diseases were caused by the lack of vitamins, a trace substance in the diet. The diseases could be prevented or cured by consuming foods that contained the vitamins. They discovered that key enzymes in metabolism depend on one or another of the vitamins as coenzymes to perform the chemistry that provides cells with energy for growth and function.
Now, these enzyme hunters occupied center stage. These gene hunters, or genetic engineers, use recombinant DNA technology to identify and clone genes and introduce them into bacterial cells and plants to create factories for the massive production of hormones and vaccines for medicine and for better crops for agriculture. Biotechnology has become a multibillion-dollar industry.
In view of the inexorable progress in science, we can expect that the gene hunters will be replaced in the spotlight.
When and by whom? Which kind of hunter will dominate the scene in the last decade of our waning century and in the early decades of the next? I wonder whether the hunters who will occupy the spotlight will be neurobiologists who apply the techniques of the enzyme and gene hunters to the functions of the brain: What to call them? The head hunters. I will return to them later. Terjemahan Dua dekade pertama di abad ini didominasi oleh pemburu mikroba.
Pemburu ini telah melacak satu demi satu mikroba yang bertanggung jawab untuk penyakit paling ditakuti selama berabad-abad: tuberkulosis, kolera, difteri.
Tapi masih ada beberapa penyakit mengerikan yang mikroba tidak bisa menyerang: penyakit kudis, pellagra, rickets, beri-beri. Kemudian ditemukan bahwa penyakit ini disebabkan oleh kekurangan vitamin, bahan makanan untuk diet. Penyakit ini dapat dicegah atau disembuhkan dengan mengkonsumsi makanan yang mengandung vitamin.
Jadi pada dekade tahun an dan tahun an, gizi menjadi sebuah ilmu dan pemburu vitamin digantikan pemburu mikroba. Di tahun an dan an, ilmuwan berusaha untuk mempelajari mengapa setiap vitamin sangat penting untuk kesehatan. Mereka menemukan bahwa kunci enzim dalam metabolisme tergantung pada satu sama lain dari vitamin sebagai koenzim untuk menghasilkan kimia yang menyediakan sel dengan energi untuk pertumbuhan dan fungsinya. Sekarang, pemburu enzim ini menduduki peringkat atas.
Bioteknologi telah menjadi multibillion-dolar industri.