Vagabond Heart

Author: Ann Roberts
Publisher: Bella Books
ISBN: 9781642470017
Release Date: 2017-10-01
Genre: Fiction

Contractor Quinn O’Sullivan has traveling in her blood. Her aunt is a famous travel writer while Quinn herself moves from one apartment complex to the next as her team remodels them. When dear Aunt Maura kicks the bucket on her beloved Route 66, she leaves a dying request for Quinn—to take her on one last adventure. Suda Singh is the total opposite of risk-taker Quinn. As an emergency room doctor, Suda is calm, methodical, and intuitive. But most of all, Suda is safe. When the two women are thrown together by Quinn’s latest injury, Suda offers to accompany Quinn on the adventure of a lifetime. Can Quinn and Suda find love, three cats, and the mysterious woman named Rain, all on America’s fabled highway—Route 66? Join Ann Roberts on this adventure of a lifetime in Vagabond Heart.

The Vagabond Heart

Author: Jon Skaggs
ISBN: 1389133915
Release Date: 2017-12-15

Detailing in photos the many travels with various artists and musicians from around the globe. Jon Skaggs depicts his life on the road of over 20 years of travel and music.

Rod Stewart

Author: Geoffrey Giuliano
Publisher: Carroll & Graf Pub
ISBN: 0786701633
Release Date: 1994
Genre: Rock music

Traces the life and career of the British pop singer, and attempts to portray his complex personality

A Vagabond s Heart

Author: David Horne
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 172073870X
Release Date: 2018-06-23

Two men from different backgrounds begin a journey of self-discovery and romance. They must overcome the obstacles and answer the question. Do opposites really attract? Travis comes from a wealthy family and doesn't quite have a grasp on social graces. This leads to him accidentally tripping over Izzy, an easy-going train-hopper from the north. Izzy has never had an easy life and prefers a nomadic lifestyle. He's an easy-going person who finds magic in basic human encounters. Travis, on the other hand, is rather people-phobic and rarely ventures out into the "real" world. Against all odds, the two hit it off and sparks are immediately evident. Izzy finds Travis to be both complex and simple, a story waiting to unfold for him to read. Travis feels similar, going as far as stepping outside of his boundaries in order to know more about this sweet, train-hopping man who has put a spell on him. What happens when these opposing forces clash? Izzy is determined to stay a nomadic character without a place to call home, but Travis wants him to stay. They both must face whether the bond of love is strong enough to keep them together. Is Izzy willing to give up his vagabond ways for Travis? if not, will Travis just accept whatever fate decides or he willing to change for love? Please Note: This book contains adult language & steamy adult activities, it is intended for 18+ Adults Only. Novel, approx. 30,000 words in length. HEA (happy ever after ending). Does not end with a "cliffhanger." Themes include: Opposites, Trains, College, Tattoos, Travel, Tennessee, Nashville, City

The Vagabond

Author: Colette
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486120751
Release Date: 2012-03-07
Genre: Social Science

A vivid portrait of Parisian music hall life, this 1910 novel reflects the adventures of the author of Gigi as a dancer as well as her struggles balancing respectability and freedom.

Rod Stewart

Author: Tim Ewbank
Publisher: Citadel Press
ISBN: 0806526440
Release Date: 2005-07-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

An account of the life and career of Rod Stewart. Since turning 50, life has been as turbulent for him as ever - marriage to Rachel; two children; divorce; a serious cancer scare; more albums released and concerts given; singing for the Queen at the Jubilee concert; and a new blonde on his arm, Penny Lancaster. Tim Ewbank and Stafford Hildred have been tracking Rod's life for many years, right from the early days of Faces. For this biography they have spoken to many of the important influences in his life, including past loves Bebe Ruell, Britt Ekland and Rachel Hunter.

Voices of the Heart

Author: Gloria C. Martinez
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781524559687
Release Date: 2016-11-21
Genre: Poetry

The words in this book are those that my heart dictated for me to leave in print as traces of my steps through this life. If at least one of its pages turns out to be of your preference, it would not have been in vain to make it public.

Vagabond Boy

Author: Joel Harding
Publisher: Joel Everett Harding
ISBN: 9780615725499
Release Date: 2012-12-07

In this remarkable and moving memoir the author relates the startling boyhood he spent traveling across 1950s America with his restless parents before interstate highways were invented, bumping into reality at every turn. It abounds in adventure and nostalgia as though Tom Sawyer and Kevin Arnold of "The Wonder Years" were combined in one boy leaving a trail of shenanigans from coast to coast. His encounters with strange landscapes, curious people, and dubious caretakers dangle lessons in life for his taking, and sometimes leaving. When his parents abandon him on a lonely highway at six years old, however, trust in others suffers. As he struggles to make sense of it other events accumulate, sometimes humorous, heartwarming, even harrowing, and a growing sense of unease mounts with increasing turbulence that infects and threatens the family. When calm eventually seems to be restored he learns his whole childhood was a deception and a startling new reality sweeps him toward the edge of an emotional chasm of discontent that threatens to swallow and imprison him forever. He realizes he must find a hidden door to his future before he is finally thrust unprepared to face the world as an adult, where the only road remaining open points towards a wasted life ahead. "Vagabond Boy" is a true story of resilience and perseverance by a boy discovering himself and the difficult world he encountered. Yet the work also offers a deeper inspirational message for today's readers who struggle with their past in an ambiguous and fragmented culture, precisely where most of us still live today.