Rachal Porter Moreau lost her mate, Samuel, who was Bayou's brother. She blames Bayou for his death and pushes him away, even though she finds herself drawn to him.
Author: Annitia L Jackson
Publisher: Independently Published
Mermaids are disappearing at an alarming rate, and no one knows who or what has happened to them. Not to mention, the very waters they call home are now killing them and has the Merpeople facing extinction. Something or someone is out to destroy the Water Realm, and it is King Bayou Moreau's duty to figure out what is going on and save his people. He turns to the one person he knows can help him, Rachal Porter, the woman he loves but refuses to love him back. Rachal Porter Moreau lost her mate, Samuel, who was Bayou's brother. She blames Bayou for his death and pushes him away, even though she finds herself drawn to him. When the two start to investigate the mysterious deaths and disappearances, not only are they drawn to each other but into the web of an enemy they never expected.
The stunning conslusion of worldwide phenomenon—from the boldly original author of Captive Prince and Prince’s Gambit.
Author: C. S. Pacat
The worldwide phenomenon continues—from the boldly original author of Captive Prince and Prince’s Gambit. Damianos of Akielos has returned. His identity now revealed, Damen must face his master Prince Laurent as Damianos of Akielos, the man Laurent has sworn to kill. On the brink of a momentous battle, the future of both their countries hangs in the balance. In the south, Kastor's forces are massing. In the north, the Regent's armies are mobilising for war. Damen's only hope of reclaiming his throne is to fight together with Laurent against their usurpers. Forced into an uneasy alliance the two princes journey deep into Akielos, where they face their most dangerous opposition yet. But even if the fragile trust they have built survives the revelation of Damen's identity—can it stand against the Regents final, deadly play for the throne? From the Trade Paperback edition.
The summer before Dylan Kennedy's senior year in high school is turning out to be anything but boring. Ridiculously hot girlfriend? Check. Killing evil Dark Souls who suddenly have aspirations of taking over the magical realm of Teag because its protective spell is gone? Check. Not even Teag's King, Dylan's father, Baun, can stop them. People are dying, and a dark magic that his girlfriend, Kera, received from Baun is growing stronger. Dylan wants to believe Kera is suppressing the darkness that's in her, but every day he sees that control slip just a little more. Baun sends Dylan to find a powerful magic that stop the Dark Souls, a magic so strong that Baun hid it so no one else could use it. When Dylan doesn't expect to find along with it, are consequences that could end the lives of those closest to him. The Keepers of Life series is best enjoyed in order. Reading Order: Book #1 The Marked Son Book #2 The Fallen Prince Book #3 The Rising King
Revised edition: Previously published as Outer Bounds: Fortune's Rising, this edition of Fortune's Rising includes editorial revisions.
Author: Sara King
Under the supertech Coalition government, Fortune's colonists are enslaved to harvest the highly valuable brain-enhancing drug Yolk, often losing their sanity and lives in the process. The population is dying off and the planet is becoming a police state whose only purpose is to harvest Yolk. But a revolution is in the air, fueled by an unlikely band of rebels: Anna Landborn, a brilliant, sociopathic child, and her quiet, lethally gifted sister, Magali; Runaway Joel, a virtuous military pilot turned tormented smuggler; Milar Whitecliff, a tattooed, chess-playing fugitive full of hatred and heart; Doberman, a simple robot in the throes of a startling transformation; and Tatiana Eyre, a captured Coalition soldier torn between loyalty and love. As their paths and fates collide, the battle to spark a full-scale uprising is violently challenged by the Nephyrs, the government's elite army of sadistic, near-indestructible cyborgs. But the prophecies of a mad soothsayer have foretold the coming of a hero destined to turn the tide--and the fight for freedom is just beginning.
In this sequel, Coach returns to avenge the death of his father, King David.
Author: Dorian Sykes
Category: Detroit (Mich.)
In this sequel, Coach returns to avenge the death of his father, King David. He will stop at nothing to climb his way to the top, but his enemies and foes also have their eyes on the same prize. Let the war begin
Each book in the Inferno Rising series is STANDALONE: * The Rogue King * The Blood King
Author: Abigail Owen
Publisher: Entangled: Amara
Kasia Amon is a master at hiding. Who?and what?she is makes her a mark for the entire supernatural world. Especially dragon shifters. To them, she’s treasure to be taken and claimed. A golden ticket to their highest throne. But she can’t stop bursting into flames, and there’s a sexy dragon shifter in town, hunting for her... As a rogue dragon, Brand Astarot has spent his life in the dark, shunned by his own kind, concealing his true identity. Only his dangerous reputation ensures his survival. Delivering a phoenix to the feared Blood King will bring him one step closer to the revenge he’s waited centuries to take. No way is he letting the feisty beauty get away. But when Kasia sparks a white-hot need in him that’s impossible to ignore, Brand begins to form a new plan: claim her for himself...and take back his birthright. Each book in the Inferno Rising series is STANDALONE: * The Rogue King * The Blood King
hand of their greatly loved king. Darus had explained that for many, there was no
knowledge of war or turmoil, as it didn't exist. Neither were there any grounds for
fear or cruelty, for such a thought would never enter one's mind. But tragically ...
Author: Elizabeth Pettersen
Publisher: Charisma Media
Driven by hate, Azelus and his evil servant-creatures will stop at nothing to wipe out the strong but peaceful Natori people from their magical land of Vale. Just as all hope seems lost for the Natoris, a mysterious stranger appears on the scene claiming he has been sent from afar to vanquish Azelus and crush his dark reign of terror. But has the stranger arrived in time? Or is it too late for him to save the Natoris from the clutches of their merciless foe?
Early spring, AD 1286 Dunfermline Palace, Dunfermline, Kingdom of Fife,
Scotland illiam deBrus awaited the king's pleasure, now forthe fourth dayina row
and with little patience orgood cheer about these infernal delays. Still,as hisfriend
Author: Terri Brisbin
The first Novel of the Stone Circles from the USA Today bestselling author of Raging Sea and Blazing Earth. What if the standing stones and stone circles across the old Celtic world had a secret origin and use? What if some opened into another world? What if the goddess of fire was trapped beneath one? Lovely and innocent Brienne of Yester has always been able to manipulate fire, but when her powers suddenly surge, the simple life she once knew explodes. Handsome, fearless, and commanding William de Brus has been summoned by the king to investigate a nobleman rumored to have powers linked to the fabled fire goddess. When he chances upon Brienne, his desire for her is immediate. But as his mystical quest unfolds, William realizes that she is at the center of it—for Brienne possesses the very power he has been sent to vanquish.... As their attraction deepens, William attempts to free Brienne from the dark force beginning to control her—even when his duty demands that he treat her as an enemy. With emotions flaring, fire rising, and evil threatening at every turn, can the two lovers survive the coming battle and save all of humanity? From the Paperback edition.
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Author: Donna Grant
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
First in an exclusive four-part e-serial by New York Times bestselling Dark Kings author Donna Grant! Sammi's world has been blown to bits--literally. With her pub up in flames, she escapes to Dreagan, the only place she will be safe. Her plan is to recover quickly and leave quietly. What she doesn't count on is meeting the dangerously desirable and enigmatic Tristan.... Tristan is instantly drawn to the woman seeking refuge at the Manor. Dazzled by her stunning beauty and intrigued by her silence about her past, Tristan knows he will not be able to let this woman go, no matter what the cost. And when Sammi slips away from Dreagan, Tristan is compelled to follow...in Fire Rising: Part 1.
“Traitor,” whispered the King. “I have always been well served by traitors,” said
the Demon Prince. John bowed his head and looked away. In the space of a
single day he had lost his Kingdom, his Castle, and his oldest friend. It didn't
Author: Simon R. Green
Rupert didn't especially want to be a prince. And he certainly never asked to be the second son of a royal line that really didn't need a spare. So he was sent out to slay a dragon and prove himself-a quest straight out of legend. But he also discovered the kinds of things legends tend to leave out, as well as the usual demons, goblins, the dreaded Night Witch-and even worse terrors hidden in the shadows of Darkwood. Rupert did find a fiery dragon-and a beautiful princess to rescue. But the dragon turned out to be a better friend than anyone back at the castle, and with the evil of Darkwood spreading, Rupert was going to need all the friends he could get.
f- the association of the king's body with the Sol invictus (unconquered sun; Fig.
45) brought on a comparison of dawn and sunset with the king's rising in the
morning and retiring at night: "ortus repetit occasus" (the sunrise repeats the
Author: Sergio Bertelli
Publisher: Penn State Press
The King's Body offers a unique and up-to-date overview of a central theme in European history: the nature and meaning of the sacred rituals of kingship. Informed by the work of recent cultural anthropologists, Sergio Bertelli explores the cult of kingship, which pervaded the lives of hundreds of thousands of subjects, poor and rich, noble and cleric. His analysis takes in a wide spectrum, from the Vandal kings of Spain and the long-haired kings of France, to the beheaded kings of England and France, Charles I and Louis XVI. Bertelli explores the multiple meanings of the rites related to the king's body, from his birth (with the exhibition of his masculinity) to the crowning (a rebirth) to his death (a triumph and an apotheosis). We see how particular occasions such as entrances, processions, and banquets make sense only as they related directly to the king's body. Bertelli also singles out crowd-participatory aspects of sacred kingship, including the rites of violence connected with the interregnum (perceived as a suspension of the law) and the rites of expulsion for a tyrant's body, emphasizing the inversion of crowning rituals. First published in Italy in 1990, The King's Body has been revised and updated for English-speaking readers and expertly translated from the Italian by R. Burr Litchfield. Deftly argued and amply illustrated, this book is a perfect introduction to the cult of kingship in the West; at the same time, it illuminates for modern readers how strangely different the medieval and early modern world was from our own.
“If these are the hands of a vegetable farmer,” he said, holding the man's hands
toward the king, “then what explains the scent of grease that is now on my face —
sheep-wool grease?” The farmer's jaw flapped, his eyes desperate. “But —but I ...
Author: Rick Riordan
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Amy Cahill and her younger brother Dan thought they could return to their regular lives, but the Vespers, powerful enemies, will stop at nothing to get the clues that safeguard their family's great power.
But many others would be as dissatisfied as ever, for to swear allegiance to the king was, so to speak, to condone existing laws, and Patronage, and Toleration,
and the existence of Bishops. No real Protestant, Wodrow thought, could hesitate
Author: Andrew Lang
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
This is volume 11, covering the time from the Jacobite rising to the Secession. In many volumes of several thousand combined pages the series "The History of Scotland" deals with something less than two millenniums of Scottish history. Every single volume covers a certain period in an attempt to examine the elements and forces which were imperative to the making of the Scottish people, and to record the more important events of that time.
Author: Kathleen Bartoloni-TuazonPublish On: 2014-09-08
51 The Rising Glory movement of the 1770s became the latest manifestation of
belief in the country's future renown. Rising Glory germinated in American
colleges. It took its name from A Poem, on the Rising Glory of America, written by
Author: Kathleen Bartoloni-Tuazon
Publisher: Cornell University Press
In the spring of 1789, within weeks of the establishment of the new federal government based on the U.S. Constitution, the Senate and House of Representatives fell into dispute regarding how to address the president. Congress, the press, and individuals debated more than thirty titles, many of which had royal associations and some of which were clearly monarchical. For Fear of an Elective King is Kathleen Bartoloni-Tuazon’s rich account of the title controversy and its meanings. The short, intense legislative phase and the prolonged, equally intense public phase animated and shaped the new nation’s broadening political community. Rather than simply reflecting an obsession with etiquette, the question challenged Americans to find an acceptable balance between power and the people’s sovereignty while assuring the country’s place in the Atlantic world. Bartoloni-Tuazon argues that the resolution of the controversy in favor of the modest title of "President" established the importance of recognition of the people's views by the president and evidence of modesty in the presidency, an approach to leadership that fledged the presidency’s power by not flaunting it. How the country titled the president reflected the views of everyday people, as well as the recognition by social and political elites of the irony that authority rested with acquiescence to egalitarian principles. The controversy’s outcome affirmed the republican character of the country’s new president and government, even as the conflict was the opening volley in increasingly partisan struggles over executive power. As such, the dispute is as relevant today as in 1789.
6 rest of 'em,” especially King. “I was on an airplane coming down from New York
some time ago, sittin' beside a lady, and she asked me who I was,” Nixon
recalled. “I told her. She said, 'Oh, you're down in Montgomery, Alabama.' She
Author: Larry Tye
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
An engaging social history that reveals the critical role Pullman porters played in the struggle for African American civil rights When George Pullman began recruiting Southern blacks as porters in his luxurious new sleeping cars, the former slaves suffering under Jim Crow laws found his offer of a steady job and worldly experience irresistible. They quickly signed up to serve as maid, waiter, concierge, nanny, and occasionally doctor and undertaker to cars full of white passengers, making the Pullman Company the largest employer of African American men in the country by the 1920s. In the world of the Pullman sleeping car, where whites and blacks lived in close proximity, porters developed a unique culture marked by idiosyncratic language, railroad lore, and shared experience. They called difficult passengers "Mister Charlie"; exchanged stories about Daddy Jim, the legendary first Pullman porter; and learned to distinguish generous tippers such as Humphrey Bogart from skinflints like Babe Ruth. At the same time, they played important social, political, and economic roles, carrying jazz and blues to outlying areas, forming America's first black trade union, and acting as forerunners of the modern black middle class by virtue of their social position and income. Drawing on extensive interviews with dozens of porters and their descendants, Larry Tye reconstructs the complicated world of the Pullman porter and the vital cultural, political, and economic roles they played as forerunners of the modern black middle class. Rising from the Rails provides a lively and enlightening look at this important social phenomenon.
C.C. Rising. guardians of The Eye ofJustice.” WasWas informed Sulaiman, a
sneer marring her otherwise exquisite countenance. “Prophet-King? You mean
like King David who was both a prophet and a king? Sulaiman probed. “Yes and
Author: C.C. Rising
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
A bomb explodes in downtown Greenville, North Carolina causing terror and mayhem in the city. Detective Sulaiman Reese arrives to witness the horrific scene and unwittingly stumbles across The Eye of Justice, an object of incalculable power. From that moment on, Sulaiman's life takes a bizarre turn that sweeps him into a world of magic, Djinn, angels and mage-priests. Sulaiman discovers that the earth is about to be beset by a terrible evil and in order to prevent it; he must confront his worst enemy-himself. Along with Ahmad, his trusted German Rottweiler, a luscious djinni enchantress, an archangel, and a secret order of mages, he embarks on perilous quest to save humanity.
A Dark King Novel in Four Parts Donna Grant. A black blur whizzed past,
knocking into him. Tristan roared his irritation, only to hear Laith's laugh in his
head through their mental link. “Your mind was elsewhere. Or should I say it's on
Author: Donna Grant
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Continue the thrilling adventure with the second installment of Fire Rising by New York Times bestselling author Donna Grant! In Fire Rising: Part 2, it doesn't take long for Sammi's enemies to catch up to her. Running for her life in the mountains, she is rescued from a deadly fall by a powerful, alluring dragon. A dragon who, somehow, looks familiar. When she discovers her rescuer is none other than Tristan, Sammi cannot control her desire... Tristan knows he shouldn't have revealed himself to Sammi, but saving her was more important than anything else. That is, until the mountain reserved for the mates of the Dragon Kings becomes his destination of choice.. Sammi being there feels right, and when his smoldering need for her catches flame, passion consumes them both.
William Davies King, ed., “A Wind Is Rising”: The Correspondence of Agnes
Boulton and Eugene O'Neill (Madison, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press,
2000), 307; O'Neill, Selected Letters, 278. 6. Barrett H. Clark, Eugene O'Neill: The
Author: Robert M. Dowling
Publisher: Yale University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
An “absorbing” biography of the playwright and Nobel laureate that “unflinchingly explores the darkness that dominated O’Neill’s life” (Publishers Weekly). This extraordinary biography fully captures the intimacies of Eugene O’Neill’s tumultuous life and the profound impact of his work on American drama, innovatively highlighting how the stories he told for the stage interweave with his actual life stories as well as the culture and history of his time. Much is new in this extensively researched book: connections between O’Neill’s plays and his political and philosophical worldview; insights into his Irish American upbringing and lifelong torment over losing faith in God; his vital role in African American cultural history; unpublished photographs, including a unique offstage picture of him with his lover Louise Bryant; new evidence of O’Neill’s desire to become a novelist and what this reveals about his unique dramatic voice; and a startling revelation about the release of Long Day’s Journey Into Night in defiance of his explicit instructions. This biography is also the first to discuss O’Neill’s lost play Exorcism (a single copy of which was only recently recovered), a dramatization of his own suicide attempt. Written with both a lively informality and a scholar’s strict accuracy, Eugene O’Neill: A Life in Four Acts is a biography worthy of America’s foremost playwright. “Fast-paced, highly readable . . . building to a devastating last act.” —Irish Times