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Author: Sandra Brown
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
ISBN: 9781455546329
Book Pages: 384
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

In this Western historical romance set in 1800s Texas, a preacher's daughter reluctantly agrees to marry a wealthy playboy . . . even if it means risking her heart. The moment Lauren Holbrook walked into the Texas mansion, she knew she'd been tricked. Instead of asking her to become a secretary, wealthy matriarch Olivia Lockett proposes a scandalous offer: to marry Jared Lockett, her rebellious son and heir to the dynasty, in name only. Lauren can't know Olivia's real motive, but she's achingly aware of her feelings for Jared. Now, in spite of terrible risks, she has to trust her reckless husband. She has strong feelings for him . . . but are they strong enough?


Author: Laura Jordan
Genre:
Publisher: New York : Richard Gallen Books ; Markham, Ont. : Distributed in Canada by PaperJacks
ISBN: 0671451472
Book Pages: 296
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi


Author: Betina Krahn
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Kensington Books
ISBN: 0821757938
Book Pages: 540
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Eden Marlow finds himself pursued by Ramsay Maclean, who must marry her in order to keep his Scottish estate, and although Eden is determined to avoid him, she is gradually drawn to him


Author: Manjula Padmanabhan
Genre: Monologues
Publisher:
ISBN: UOM:39015042978141
Book Pages: 40
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Five powerful, hard-hitting monologues in which the playwright tackles head-on issues of violence, intolerance of others, narrow concepts of community and nation, each with a twist that lifts it into the realm of real drama. Award-winning playwright Manjula Padmanabhan, in her attempt to come to grips with the violence of these times, excels in this suite of short one-handers which leaves the viewer both shaken and thoughtful. Manjula Padmanabhan is a playwright, writer, illustrator and cartoonist living in New Delhi. Her play Harvest was awarded the Onassis International Cultural Competition Prize for Theatrical Plays in 1997.


Author: Tarjei Vesaas
Genre:
Publisher: Detroit : Wayne State University Press
ISBN: UOM:39015030021417
Book Pages: 125
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi


Author: Sandra Brown
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
ISBN: 9781455546329
Book Pages: 384
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

In this Western historical romance set in 1800s Texas, a preacher's daughter reluctantly agrees to marry a wealthy playboy . . . even if it means risking her heart. The moment Lauren Holbrook walked into the Texas mansion, she knew she'd been tricked. Instead of asking her to become a secretary, wealthy matriarch Olivia Lockett proposes a scandalous offer: to marry Jared Lockett, her rebellious son and heir to the dynasty, in name only. Lauren can't know Olivia's real motive, but she's achingly aware of her feelings for Jared. Now, in spite of terrible risks, she has to trust her reckless husband. She has strong feelings for him . . . but are they strong enough?


Author: Cat Kimbriel
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Book View Cafe / Dragonrain Studio
ISBN: 9781611380316
Book Pages: 304
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

He had spent a hundred years seeking the woman called Silver; he still didn’t know if he was going to kill her. On Nuala—planet of deadly radiation levels, humans who heal by touch, and the rarest metal in the known galaxy—is a meeting of two con artists ripe for mischief...and maybe murder. Two misplaced quests explode into a conspiracy of death, treason, and abduction. (A novel of 110k words, with maps and other supporting files.)


Author: Ronald M. Anglin
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781442226012
Book Pages: 270
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

From 1810, when a newspaper published the first account of “Colter’s Run,” to 2012, when one hundred and fourscore participants in Montana’s annual John Colter Run charged up and down rugged trails—even across the waist-deep Gallatin River—interest in Colter, the alleged discoverer of Yellowstone Park, has never waned. Drawing on this endless fascination with an individual often called the first American mountain man, this book offers an innovative, comprehensive study of a unique figure in American history. Despite his prominent role in the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the early exploration of the West, Colter is distinctly different from Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett, Kit Carson, and the other legends of the era because they all left documents behind that allow access to the men themselves. Colter, by contrast, left nothing, not a single letter, diary, or reminiscence, so that second-, third-, or fourth-hand accounts of his adventures are all we have. Guiding readers through this labyrinth of hearsay, rumor, and myth, this is the first book to tell the whole story of Colter and his legend, examining everything that is known—or supposedly known—about Colter and showing how historians and history buffs alike have tried in vain to get back to Colter the man, know what he said and feel what he felt, but have ended up never seeing him clearly, finding instead an enigma they cannot unravel.


Author: Daren Wang
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9781250122360
Book Pages: 288
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

"Splendid—a distinctive clear-eyed perspective on a fresh corner of the Civil War." —Charles Frazier, New York Times bestselling author of Cold Mountain "A wise and timely book." —Ron Rash, New York Times bestselling author of Serena Rooted in the history of the only secessionist town north of the Mason Dixon Line, Daren Wang's The Hidden Light of Northern Fires tells a story of redemption amidst a war that tore families and the country apart. Mary Willis has always been an outcast, an abolitionist in a town of bounty hunters and anti-Union farmers. After college, she dreams of exploring the country, but is obligated to take over the household duties and management of her family’s farm, while her brother Leander avoids his own responsibilities. Helping runaways is the only thing that makes her life in Town Line bearable. When escaped slave Joe Bell collapses in her father’s barn, Mary is determined to help him cross to freedom in nearby Canada. But the wounded fugitive is haunted by his vengeful owner, who relentlessly hunts him up and down the country, and his sister, still trapped as a slave in the South. As the countryside is riled by the drumbeat of civil war, rebels and soldiers from both sides bring intrigue and violence of the brutal war to the town and the farm, and threaten to destroy all that Mary loves.


Author: Katharine Eliska Kimbriel
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Questar
ISBN: 0446361291
Book Pages: 277
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi