Download or Read eBook Spellbound in His Arms PDF written by Angel Sefer and published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform. This book was released on 2016-06-07 with total page 0 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis Spellbound in His Arms by : Angel Sefer
#1 Bestseller, winner of the Crowned Heart Award for Excellence from InD'tale Magazine, 2014 RONE Award Finalist in the Mystery Category Reporter Jackie Alexander and Detective Michael Apostolou are forced to work together to investigate the mysterious deaths of the heirs to the incredible fortune of Greek tycoon Andreas Demiris. But their suspicions and unanswered questions are devouring them, just like their rising passion for each other. The action unfolds in Athens and on the majestic Greek Island of Corfu in the aquamarine waters of the Ionian Sea. Spellbound in His Arms is the first novel published in the award-winning, bestselling Greek Isles Series where passion flares and danger lurks around every corner.
Book Synopsis Spellbound in His Arms by : Angel Sefer
#1 Bestseller, Winner of the Crowned Heart Award for Excellence from InD'tale Magazine, Finalist for the 2014 RONE Award in the Mystery CategoryReporter Jackie Alexander and Detective Michael Apostolou are forced to work together to investigate the mysterious deaths of the heirs to the incredible fortune of Greek tycoon Andreas Demiris. But their suspicions and unanswered questions are devouring them, just like their rising passion for each other.
Download or Read eBook Spellbound With Sly PDF written by Shelley Munro and published by Shelley Munro. This book was released on 2017-10-16 with total page 314 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis Spellbound With Sly by : Shelley Munro
A princess with a nefarious plan abducts him from his home… Feline shapeshifter Sly Mitchell is an unwilling participant in his family’s fantasy capture business. His preference—to work the land as he did on Earth. But familial loyalty runs strong. An unusual meeting with a beautiful mystery woman makes his attitude more accepting. Captivating and alluring, the woman makes Sly break every one of his rules to steal a kiss. Finally, a woman he’d love to capture and keep. Victim of a curse, Cinnabar is fated to spend most of her life as an owl. A spy and reluctant accomplice for Princess Iseabal of the Seelie folk, Cinnabar’s mission is to watch the man the princess intends to steal as her husband. But Sly doesn’t deserve his fate. His kiss steals Cinnabar’s heart, yet she’s stuck in the middle of an impossible situation. A handy spell sucks Sly into court life at Seelie. Drugged and unable to remember his family, he’s suspicious and wary, yet the beautiful woman in the white, wine-stained gown lessens his unease. The attraction between them sizzles with dangerous erotic tension. Tantalizing kisses turn into more, but they have no future, not with the selfish princess holding the reins. The princess has her goals, and nothing less than a power grab will do. Woe betide anyone who stands in her way. Warning: Contains an intelligent farmer with callused hands, a shy lady-in-waiting who wears feathers with aplomb, friendship, and steamy love, and an evil witch of a princess who wants everything her way. She’s not above stacking the odds in her favor, so let’s see how these cursed lovers jolt a kingdom in their quest for happy-ever-after.
Book Synopsis A Winning Season by : Rochelle Alers
Sliding home…for a lifetime The girl next door… Or a grand slam love? Baseball ace Sutton Reed’s returned home triumphant after years in the majors. When he moves next door to a troubled young man, he’s determined to help—for the boy’s sake and for the boy’s gorgeous older sister, Zoey Allen. After sacrificing everything to keep her family together, Zoey has no time for romance…even with a hometown hero. But will this unlikely combo be the home run love story they all deserve? Nationally Bestselling Author
Download or Read eBook Alfred and Arthur PDF written by John Garrett Jones and published by Authors On Line Ltd. This book was released on 2001 with total page 224 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Download or Read eBook Time's Fool PDF written by A. Clare Brandabur and published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. This book was released on 2016-05-11 with total page 655 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Time’s Fool: Essays in Context is a collection of essays on a broad range of topics, from Gilgamesh to James Joyce – and beyond: to Kazuo Ishiguro, Michael Ondaatje, Yaşar Kemal, Cormac McCarthy, Abdulrahman Munif, and many others. Time’s Fool is a memorial to the life work of A. Clare Brandabur, who walked away from a tenure-track teaching position at the University of Illinois to embark on a career of teaching in Middle Eastern universities in Jordan, Syria, Bahrain, occupied Palestine, Cyprus, Ankara, and finally Istanbul, where she taught for the last decade and a half of her life. Had Clare stayed with a career at a “Research I” university in the United States, her scholarship would have been far less rich and free-wheeling – more narrow, concentrated, and specialized – and she would not have been able to help and inspire her graduate and undergraduate students from the Near East and, especially during her last five or six years at Fatih University, from around the world. The essays are organized into five main groups, from “Gender and Family Relations” and “Ecocriticism,” to “Colonialism and Post-Colonialism,” “Colonialism and Ireland,” and “Colonialism, Palestine, Genocide”; and a final ‘catch-all’ section of “Miscellaneous Essays” that includes Gilgamesh, T.E. Lawrence, Yaşar Kemal, Graham Green, and modern theory. There are also sub-categories that transcend the six sections, such as Arab Literature, Catholicism, Women’s Studies, and Mythology – something for everyone, in short. Clare’s essays give a sense of her breadth of scholarship and her very rich play of mind, but the real monument to her life’s work is in the hearts and minds of the students from around the world whom she influenced.
Eight irreverent tales with a twist! Pure entertainment just for you. Comical, fascinating reading that will stir your imagination. Dangerous, out-of-control people playing deadly games. This extreme variety of villains will stop for nothing – not even a coffee break. Bad people at their best – murder! But they haven’t lost their shocking sense of humor, and that’s important. Step into the eye of the whirlwind and experience fast-paced stories of suspense, mystery, and bizarre crimes – but crimes with a laugh. An outrageous diversion of bedlam and mayhem with dead beats, screwballs, cowards, lunatics and liars – some even loveable. You might feel guilty for laughing, but you’ll have to laugh anyway.
Download or Read eBook Kasauli Lights PDF written by Dimpy Ajrawat and published by Partridge Publishing. This book was released on 2014-10-29 with total page 200 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Set up in the breathtaking locales, Kasauli Lights tells the story of a man, Ashwin who defies the age old theory saying, In the hands of Destiny and propounds the one saying, Destiny in my hands. Otherwise running on a smooth track, his life suddenly takes a turn as an astrologer known to his best friend Kabir, predicts for him, a cursed future for the next eighteen years. His adventurous journey to justify his defiance and prove the legitimacy of his faith gets a boost by a chance visit to an old gypsy lady in Mexico that unravels the thrilling mysteries of the prophesies made by her, in the form of four riddles. Will Ashwin stand high on the footstool of a noble vengeance to undertake the herculean task of bringing Kabir, and many more like him, out of the overgrown fear psychosis of fortune tellers and woo back his lady love in the face of knotty odds?
Download or Read eBook The Ancient Memory & Other Stories PDF written by John Gneisenau Neihardt and published by U of Nebraska Press. This book was released on 1991-01-01 with total page 256 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis The Ancient Memory & Other Stories by : John Gneisenau Neihardt
Death-defying and vulnerable fur-traders and Indians, demi-devils and almost-angels, and other complex personalities come fully to life in The Ancient Memory, which completes the collecting of John G. Neihardt's early short fiction begun with The End of the Dream and Other Stories. Originally published in popular magazines between 1905 and 1908, these stories about the American frontier illustrated Neihardt's artistry in the short form and foreshadow the themes, situations, and characterizations of his later, better-known work. Although two of the Indian stories, the ironic "Feather for Feather" and the satirical "A Political Coup at Little Omaha," were collected in The Lonesome Trail in 1907, none has been reprinted since early in the twentieth century. Other stories included here are "Like a Woman," featuring the plucky Pelagie, and "The Face in the Balcony," which is dedicated to "those who have gone through life misunderstood." "The Epic-Minded Scot," about a stranger who is stubbornly idealistic and scrupulous, is considered one of Neihardt's best tales. "The Brutal Fact" revolves around a William Tell type of contest between trapping partners that anticipates Neihardt's Song of Three Friends. "The Lure of Woman," a study of greed and revenge, was expanded into his novel Life's Lure. The ineffable "Ancient Memory" carries profound philosophical implications while presenting a strange doppelgänger of sorts. Finally, the memorable Waters—an alcoholic, one-legged, one-eyed frontier printer—is introduced in "The Discarded Fetish," which, with minor changes, became the first half of the novel The Dawn-Builder. In her foreword Neihardt's daughter Hilda Neihardt recalls intimate details incidental to the writing of these stories.
Book Synopsis The Lonesome Trail by : John G. Neihardt
"The Lonesome Trail" by John G. Neihardt is a collection of outsider stories, majorly about the Old West. Excerpt: "THE ALIEN THROUGH the quiet night, crystalline with the pervading spirit of the frost, under prairie skies of mystic purple pierced with the glass-like glinting of the stars, fled Antoine. Huge and hollow-sounding with the clatter of the pinto's hoofs hung the night above and about—lonesome, empty, bitter as the soul of him who fled. A weary age of flight since sunset; and now the midnight saw the thin-limbed, long-haired pony slowly losing his nerve, tottering, rasping in the throat. With pitiless spike-spurred heels the rider hurled the beast into the empty night."