USA Today Bestselling author Tamara Leigh returns with a tale of betrayal, vengeance, and forbidden longing in Lady Undaunted, her latest historical romance set in medieval England.
Author: Tamara Leigh
USA Today Bestselling author Tamara Leigh returns with a tale of betrayal, vengeance, and forbidden longing in Lady Undaunted, her latest historical romance set in medieval England. BETRAYED Declared illegitimate and denied his inheritance, Sir Liam Fawke has given six years of his life in service to his younger brother for the promise of being named heir to the Barony of Ashlingford. But when he is summoned to his brother's deathbed, he learns his treacherous kin has secretly wed and fathered a son. Vowing to claim what is rightfully his, Liam contests his nephew's succession. And not only finds himself at dangerous odds with the boy's lovely, spirited mother, but attracted to one who is forbidden him-one whose son is the means by which he could twice lose all. FORBIDDEN Three years ago, Lady Joslyn struck a desperate bargain to wed a nobleman and provide him with an heir. Now widowed, she must protect her young son from her husband's vengeful brother who will stop at nothing-including murder-to take what does not belong to him. But when she seeks an audience with the king to secure her son's inheritance, she discovers Sir Liam may have the stronger claim and that the truth of him could make lies of all she was led to believe. More unsettling, she is drawn to the man beneath the anger who can never forgive her for the part she played in his brother's deception-nor forget to whom she first belonged.
Author: British Museum. Department of Printed BooksPublish On: 1887
FEMALE . Undaunted Female . — Song of the Mermaid . [ Songs . ] [ London ,
1850 ? ] 8. sh . 4o . 11621. k . 4. ( 208. ) ... J. Ward's “ Brief remarks on Miller's
Lectures ” ( on the subject of the Millennium ) . By a Female . Exeter ( U.S. ] , 1842
. 12o .
Author: British Museum. Department of Printed Books
They have scarcely touched the sedgy shores of a charming island, when a
ruffian, Cymochles—or Deceit—bursts out of the thicket to claim the lady. Undaunted by the size of his challenger, Sir Guyon attacks him, and the duel
might have ...
Author: H. A. Guerber
Publisher: Good Press
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Point , Miss Susan was quickly embowered , Soon gad - flies and bad flies , of
every kind , While her mistress sat ... As all travellers do , when they ' ve fractured
the The lady undaunted , still held up her head , pot , While Susan lay down on ...
... While her mistress sat musing upon the moss Drew blood , as Saint John's we
approached ; stones ; Muskettoe nets there ... when the water was hot , As all
travellers do , when they've fractured the The lady undaunted , still held up her
Mrs. Galen felt a still further interest in Miss Garrett , when she found that lady , — undaunted by successive failures , and by further ineffectual appeals to the
College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and London , and to the College of Physicians
Ah , I should rejoice to benefit them then , and prove how they were mistaken
when they considered me a graceless beneficiary . " But this fair girl — undaunted , and carrying in her bosom that sure antidote to malice and suspicion
, love to the ...
But the British flag still waved aloft and seemed to excite the undaunted crew to
redoubled exertion . At length , one of the ships of Monk ' s squadron bore down
to his relief , and the battle having become more equal , Spragge threw his whole
6 THE UNDAUNTED FEMALE . ' 145 He recovers ... 6 Observe , that by a not
uncommon rhythmical license , the accent of this lady's name is shifted between
the first syllable and the third , according to convenience . Our next heroine has
Another young lady came out to identify [one man] as her brother. Then, she went
inside to change clothes and ... Some of the ones being identified are the women
refugees' relatives and acquaintances. Women stayed here [at Ginling]; men ...
Author: Hua-ling Hu
Publisher: SIU Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
During the infamous “Rape of Nanking,” a brutal military occupation of Nanking, China, that began in December 1937, it is estimated that Japanese soldiers killed between 200,000 and 300,000 Chinese and raped between 20,000 and 80,000 women. In response to the atrocities, a group of westerners organized the International Committee for the Nanking Safety Zone and attempted to shelter refugees. Among these humanitarian heroes was Minnie Vautrin, an American missionary and acting president of Ginling College. She and Tsen Shui-fang, her Chinese assistant and a trained nurse, turned the college into a refugee camp, which protected more than 10,000 women and children during the height of the ordeal. Even though both women were exhausted mentally and physically from caring for so many, they kept detailed diaries during the massacre. The Undaunted Women of Nanking juxtaposes the two women’s wartime diaries day-by-day from December 8, 1937, through March 1, 1938. Both diaries provide vital eyewitness accounts of the Rape of Nanking and are unique in their focus on the Ginling refugee camp and the sufferings of women and children. Tsen Shui-fang’s diary is the only known daily account by a Chinese national written during the crisis and not retrospectively. As such, it records a unique perspective: that of a woman grappling with feelings of anger, sorrow, and compassion as she witnesses the atrocities being committed in her war-torn country. Tsen Shui-fang’s diary has never before been published in English, and this is its first translation. Editors Hua-ling Hu and Zhang Lian-hong have added many informative annotations to the diary entries from sources including the proceedings of the Tokyo War Crimes Trial of 1946, Vautrin’s correspondence, John Rabe’s diary, and other historical documents. Also included are biographical sketches of the two women, a note on the diaries, and information about the aftermath of the tragedy, as well as maps and photos—some of which appear in print here for the first time.
Courtiers give place before the stride Of the undaunted homicide ; And since ,
though outlawed , hath his hand 225 Full sternly kept his mountain land . Who
else dared give — ah ! woe the day , That I such hated truth should say !
Walter Scott Edwin Ginn. 225 Courtiers give place before the stride Of the undaunted homicide ; And since , though outlawed , hath his hand Full sternly
kept his mountain land . Who else dared give — ah ! woe the day , That I such
hated truth ...
I said to Sorrow's awful storm , That beat against my breast , “ Rage on ! thou may'
st destroy this form , And lay it low at rest ; But still the spirit , that now brooks Thy
tempest , raging high , Undaunted , on its fury looks With steadfast eye .
No , you must unite the virtues of the Christian with the firm undaunted courage of
the hero ; then , and then only , can you hope for peace of mind , and for
happiness hereafter : private worth must be joined to public merit , of whatever
rank it ...
The chocolate is good and hot , for I hurried up with it specially , and there ' s a
letter for you , so I popped it on to the tray as well . I thought you would like it
straight away . ' She grinned happily , an imperturbably cheerful girl , undaunted
by the ...
I think Katy is a very good girl , don't you ? ” said one child to the ... Then I left
them ; but I think they learned a lesson that day in real politeness ; for , as they
watched little Katy , dutifully supporting the old lady , undaunted by. 38
Author: Joseph Tilley (of Derby, Eng.)Publish On: 1892
Long years before ( when she was but a girl , and he but young , though Justice
of the High Peak Forest at the time ) , he had seen her as Queen of the May .
From the courtesy ... This lady's undaunted pluck is proved by the incident .
Author: Western Australia. Department of MinesPublish On: 1945
0.183 0.193 0.336 Undaunted Lady UNDAUNTED Charlotte $ Coolgardie
Prospecting , Development and Mining Co. Undaunted Leases Undaunted
Nelson Iron Duke Charlotte 5330 4093 , 4117 4093 , 4117 , 4345 , 4347 4093 ,
4117 4093 ...
Moreover, it tells the story of a strong and independent thinker who championed women's rights, was pro-Union and against slavery (though her husband was in the Confederate army and was subsequently murdered in Reconstruction-era violence), ...
Author: Charles H. Russell
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
Elise Waerenskjold is known to fans of Texas women writers as "the lady with the pen," from the title of a book of her writings. A forward-looking journalist, she sent letters and articles back to Norway that encouraged others to follow her footsteps to Texas, where a small colony of Norwegian settlers were making a new life alongside—but distinct from—other European immigrants. Undaunted is the first full biography of Waerenskjold during her Texas years, a life story that shows much about Texas, especially in the Norwegian colonies, from 1847 until near the end of the century. Moreover, it tells the story of a strong and independent thinker who championed women's rights, was pro-Union and against slavery (though her husband was in the Confederate army and was subsequently murdered in Reconstruction-era violence), and left an intriguing body of writing about life on the edges of Texas settlement. Charles Russell's vivid account of Waerenskjold describes not only her influence among her countrymen but also her own life, which was a saga of considerable drama itself. It offers a clear and entertaining window onto immigrant life in Texas and the issues that shaped women's lives and elicited their talents in an earlier century.
Author: Geological Survey of Western AustraliaPublish On: 1941
Undaunted Lady UNDAUNTED Charlotte Coolgardie Prospecting , Development
and Mining Co. 193 + 36 1910 1908-09 ton ( 2240 lb. ) 495.00 97.00 818.00 fine
ozs . 90.98 18.73 275.48 fine ozs . 90.98 18.73 275.48 fine ozs . per ton .