Praise for the novels of Deborah Blake: "Wonderful, magical fun!" Tamora Pierce, #1 New York Times bestselling author"An addicting plot...I never had so much fun losing sleep!" Maria V. Snyder, bestselling autho
Author: Deborah Blake
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
The Riders: Three legendary brothers who kept the Baba Yagas safe. The Riders' immortality was stripped away, along with their mission. But they are still much more than Human, and their story is far from over... His brothers may have found new paths to follow, but Alexei Knight isn't even looking. If he can't have the life he was meant to lead, there is no second choice. So he is bent on drinking and brawling his way across the country until he winds up on Cape Cod in a bar called The Hook and Anchor, where he finds challenges he was never expecting, a feisty red-haired bartender, and maybe a lot more than that... Bethany McKenna left behind an almost-completed law degree to return home and care for her cranky disabled father and run his bar for him. If that wasn't enough, she also agreed to foster a very pregnant Great Dane. She has enough to deal with without adding in a giant bearded brawler, no matter how appealing he is. Yet somehow he ends up living in the guesthouse, taking care of her father, and sneaking his way into her heart... Alexei and Bethany both think the lives they wanted have come to an end, but after dealing with a mysterious sea monster, pirates, dragons, and some adorable puppies, they might just discover that love is the greatest adventure of all... Praise for the novels of Deborah Blake: "Wonderful, magical fun!" Tamora Pierce, #1 New York Times bestselling author "An addicting plot...I never had so much fun losing sleep!" Maria V. Snyder, bestselling author
2 Ships stopping here had to remove their rigging , and tie themselves down with
as many as six cables to avoid swinging dangerously . Fierce northerly winds
raced across the exposed banks of the island , sometimes lifting roofs off houses
Author: Nick Hazlewood
Publisher: William Morrow
Documents the slave trade in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century England, exploring the life of Elizabeth I's personal slave trader to chronicle his controversial career, the political and religious factors that influenced the period, and his confrontations with the Spanish. 40,000 first printing.
Ben asked quietly, his sun-bronzed features tightening while his eyes gleamed
with a dangerously fierce light. "Nope. But the poor sonofabitch driver's laid up
over at the line office with an arrow stuck in his ribs. There weren't nothin' left of
Author: Catherine Creel
Publisher: Zebra Books
Captured by marauding Apaches who threaten to release her only to the man who claims to own her, Jessie Clare sees no choice but to submit to Ben Chandler, a rancher who swears, that he is Jessie's bethrothed
The king who had desired ( the girl ] is himself dangerously fierce . But her father
would not do what ought to be done . The war - elephants from whose prominent
faces protrude huge tusks that are adorned with metal rings , are impatient to ...
Author: K. Kailasapathy
Publisher: Clarendon Press
"This is a study of the heroic poetry of an ancient people of South India which had previously been largely neglected. The author has approached the poems afresh by relating them to many important studies of heroic poetry in other languages, especially the Greek, which has enabled him to place them in a proper perspective. The book attempts both to introduce and interpret ancient Tamil poems. The comparative method helps to throw new light on a number of unsolved problems in the study of early Tamil poetry, and makes a distinct contribution to our understanding of the bards and bardic traditions of early times and of their social function. It is an 'application in depth' of the methodology evolved by such pioneers as Radlov, the Chadwicks, and Milman Parry in their studies of oral poetry" -- Provided by publisher.
them down too much now that the last of the daylight was rapidly fading and the
storm was getting dangerously fierce . She had to go , and Joey had to stay . No
choice . She told herself it might even be good for him to be left alone with ...
Author: Dean Ray Koontz
Three unabridged classic Koontz novels.
Out of this herd , a bull sometimes , when driven off by a stronger rival , would
descend to the mimosa flats and wander about , solitary and dangerously fierce .
“ It struck me as I rode off , that it was quite as well my friend's arm and musket
Author: Herbert Strang
A collection of short stories for boys.
All that the Brissotins and Roland had succeeded in doing was to pour oil on the
flames of popular unrest , already growing dangerously fierce . The leadership
and organization of the revolution of 1792 are rather better known than those of ...
Author: Alfred Cobban
Publisher: Penguin Group
This book explains what history in modern France was not. It covers subjects around the old regime, age of reform, and the decade of revolution.
The dwellings are scattered promiscuously over the hillside , each usually being
isolated as in plate II . These isolated homesteads are guarded by large hill dogs
which are dangerously fierce when approached incautiously by strangers .
1916-19 include a "Special Indian Science Congress number," consisting of papers bearing on agriculture and allied subjects read at the annual congresses.