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Frost Burn (The Fire & Ice Series, Book 1)

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Genre Fiction
Author ,
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Year 2015-06-17
Pages 248
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After years of running, Quinn has finally found a place to settle down while she continues searching for the vampire who tore her life apart. Unfortunately, her small bit of solace is shattered when a group of vampires walk into her work and turn her world upside down. Julian never expected to stumble across someone like Quinn. He knows he shouldn’t get involved with the prickly woman as her mysterious past, and the countless vampires hunting her only spell trouble, but he finds it impossible to stay away. However, it doesn’t take him long to realize the vampires pursuing her are only a small part of a growing evil. The quiet little town is hiding a violent secret. Can they uncover the evil lurking there, or will it tear Julian and Quinn apart? ***The Fire and Ice series is a spinoff of The Kindred Series, but you do not have to read The Kindred Series to enjoy this one. The maturity level of this series will grow with each book and is recommended for readers 17+*** Keywords: New adult paranormal romance twists action thriller contemporary urban fantasy supernatural mystery magic powers action romantic fantasy for new adults psychic powers contemporary urban fantasy strong heroine supernatural love story magic powers adventure thriller folklore romance suspenseful alpha male vampires blood mate strong male lead american vampire romance blood mate enemies to lovers angst drama mythical creatures secret heritage hidden past slow burn romance strong heroine.

Violent Places

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Genre Political Science
Author Tobias Greiff
Isbn 3828869386
File size 720 kb
Year 2018-04-23
Pages 370
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In this multi-sited ethnography, the author explores how political agency is shaped through interactions on public places across four central Bosnian and Herzegovinian cities. The author shows that everyday life on public places in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina is fundamentally political: either by design or by default, and that no one can escape the highly dynamic negotiations of rights, duties, and obligations that occur in every public interaction. These positioning games are far from innocent; they create elites, manifest political power, and in the same moment cut out more and more citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina from the promises set by market economy and democracy. Through examining hundreds of interactions on public spaces ranging from soccer stadiums and market halls to graveyards, this study not only shows how post-war political agency in Bosnia and Herzegovina is bound to the public realm, but also that options for defining one's personal future are less linked to ethno-national group membership than widely assumed. Instead local, generational, and economic differences play a significant role in determining everyday livelihood. These factors – unique in their composition in every observed place – highlight a new realm of conflict potentials that will shape the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina over the next decade.

The Edda of Burdens Trilogy

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Genre Fiction
Author Elizabeth Bear
Isbn 125029360X
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Year 2018-02-13
Pages 1024
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This discounted ebundle includes: All the Windwracked Stars, By the Mountain Bound, Sea Thy Mistress “Bear’s world building echoes the best of Zelazny and pulls the reader into the story and the history until it’s over.” —Booklist It all began with Ragnarok, with the Children of the Light and the Tarnished ones battling to the death in the ice and the dark. At the end of the long battle, one Valkyrie survived, wounded, and one valraven – the steeds of the valkyrie. 2500 years later, Muire is in the last city on the dying planet, where the Technomancer rules what's left of humanity. She's caught sight of someone she has not seen since the Last Battle: Mingan the Wolf is hunting in her city. Other Tor books by Elizabeth Bear Range of Ghosts Shattered Pillars Steles of the Sky Karen Memory The Stone in the Skull A Companion to Wolves (with Sarah Monette) The Tempering of Men (with Sarah Monette) An Apprentice to Elves (with Sarah Monette) At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Chasing Spring

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Genre Poetry
Author Truelian Lee
Isbn 1365497763
File size 1508 kb
Year 2016-10-30
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Snapshots into the mind of a writer as she muses about the world around her. Many of these pieces have been featured in Teen Ink Magazine and have won regional awards in the Scholastic Art and Writing Contest.

Defending Their Own in the Cold

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Genre Social Science
Author Marc Zimmerman
Isbn 0252093496
File size 671 kb
Year 2011-09-15
Pages 240
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Defending Their Own in the Cold: The Cultural Turns of U.S. Puerto Ricans explores U.S. Puerto Rican culture in past and recent contexts. The book presents East Coast, Midwest, and Chicago cultural production while exploring Puerto Rican musical, film, artistic, and literary performance. Working within the theoretical frame of cultural, postcolonial, and diasporic studies, Marc Zimmerman relates the experience of Puerto Ricans to that of Chicanos and Cuban Americans, showing how even supposedly mainstream U.S. Puerto Ricans participate in a performative culture that embodies elements of possible cultural "Ricanstruction." Defending Their Own in the Cold examines various dimensions of U.S. Puerto Rican artistic life, including relations with other ethnic groups and resistance to colonialism and cultural assimilation. To illustrate how Puerto Ricans have survived and created new identities and relations out of their colonized and diasporic circumstances, Zimmerman looks at the cultural examples of Latino entertainment stars such as Jennifer Lopez and Benicio del Toro, visual artists Juan Sánchez, Ramón Flores, and Elizam Escobar, as well as Nuyorican dancer turned Midwest poet Carmen Pursifull. The book includes a comprehensive chapter on the development of U.S. Puerto Rican literature and a pioneering essay on Chicago Puerto Rican writing. A final essay considers Cuban cultural attitudes towards Puerto Ricans in a testimonial narrative by Miguel Barnet and reaches conclusions about the past and future of U.S. Puerto Rican culture. Zimmerman offers his own "semi-outsider" point of reference as a Jewish American Latin Americanist who grew up near New York City, matured in California, went on to work with and teach Latinos in the Midwest, and eventually married a woman from a Puerto Rican family with island and U.S. roots.

Small Adventures in Cooking

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Genre Cooking
Author James Ramsden
Isbn 1493002678
File size 406 kb
Year 2012-04-03
Pages 192
Language English
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An exciting new voice in food, up-and-coming chef James Ramsden is one of a generation of sophisticated 20- and 30-somethings who, despite being in step with current trends, are hesitant to cook anything more demanding than pasta. James gets this audience out of its culinary rut with recipes that are delicious, enticing, and simple to follow while also being both unexpected and familiar.

New England Open-House Cookbook

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Genre Cooking
Author Sarah Leah Chase
Isbn 0761184244
File size 474 kb
Year 2015-06-02
Pages 400
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“I’ve adored Sarah Chase’s cookbooks for decades! This is exactly what you want to cook at home—delicious, satisfying, earthy food your friends and family will love.” —Ina Garten, Barefoot Contessa Cookbooks and Television From a born-and-bred New Englander comes a book that sings with all the flavors and textures of the beloved region. Sarah Leah Chase is a caterer, cooking teacher, and prolific writer whose books—including The Silver Palate Good Times Cookbook (as coauthor) and Nantucket Open-House Cookbook—have over 3.4 million copies in print. For New England Open-House Cookbook, she draws from her memories of growing up in Connecticut and Maine; her experience living and cooking on Cape Cod; and her extensive travels meeting farmers, fishermen, and chefs. The result is a wide-ranging cookbook for everyone who has skied the mountains of Vermont, sailed off the coast of Maine, dug for clams on Cape Cod, or just wishes they had. It reflects the bountiful ingredients and recipes of New England, served up in evocative prose, gorgeous full-color photographs, and 300 delicious recipes. All of New England’s classic dishes are represented, including a wealth of shellfish soups and stews and a full chapter celebrating lobster. From breakfast (Debbie’s Blue Ribbon Maine Muffins) to delightful appetizers and nibbles (Tiny Tumbled Tomatoes, Oysters “Clark Rockefeller”) to mains for every season and occasion: Baked Bluefish with New Potatoes and Summer Rib Eyes with Rosemary, Lemon, and Garlic. Plus: perfect picnic recipes, farmstand sides, and luscious desserts.

Blue Jackets; or, The Adventures of J. Thompson, A.B., Among "the Heathen Chinee"

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Genre Fiction
Author Edward Greey
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Year 2019-12-12
Pages 431
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"Blue Jackets; or, The Adventures of J. Thompson, A.B., Among "the Heathen Chinee"" by Edward Greey. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Murder in the First Edition

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Genre Fiction
Author Lauren Elliott
Isbn 1496720245
File size 1046 kb
Year 2019-09-24
Pages 304
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Addie Greyborne is preparing for the holidays at her bookstore in seaside New England—but a winter storm is coming, in more ways than one . . . Addie’s getting into the spirit for the upcoming Charity Auction—especially since she’s got an 1843 copy of Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol to donate. Her former colleagues at the Boston Public Library have confirmed that its worth runs toward the high five figures, which should help with the new pediatric wing. Her mood darkens, though, when a visitor from the past appears—Jonathan Hemingway, the father of her late fiancé. His presence stirs up sad memories for Addie, but also has her fuming when Jonathan, true to his womanizing ways, runs off for a lunchtime liaison with Teresa Lang, who’s in charge of the auction. Soon after, Addie heads to Teresa’s office at the hospital—and finds the poor woman’s dead body. What she doesn’t find is her valuable first edition. What sort of Scrooge would steal from sick children and commit murder in the process? As a Nor’easter bears down and a mystery emerges about Jonathan’s past, Addie must find out if she can appraise people’s motives and characters as well as she can appraise rare books . . .

Pearl of China

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Genre Fiction
Author Anchee Min
Isbn 1608191516
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Year 2010-04-09
Pages 304
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It is the end of the nineteenth century and China is riding on the crest of great change, but for nine-year-old Willow, the only child of a destitute family in the small southern town of Chin-kiang, nothing ever seems to change. Until the day she meets Pearl, the eldest daughter of a zealous American missionary. Pearl is head-strong, independent and fiercely intelligent, and will grow up to be Pearl S Buck, the Pulitzer- and Nobel Prize-winning writer and humanitarian activist, but for now all Willow knows is that she has never met anyone like her in all her life. From the start the two are thick as thieves, but when the Boxer Rebellion rocks the nation, Pearl's family is forced to leave China to flee religious persecution. As the twentieth century unfolds in all its turmoil, through right-wing military coups and Mao's Red Revolution, through bad marriages and broken dreams, the two girls cling to their lifelong friendship across the sea. In this ambitious and moving new novel, Anchee Min, acclaimed author of Empress Orchid and Red Azalea, brings to life a courageous and passionate woman who loved the country of her childhood and who has been hailed in China as a modern heroine.

Theatre of Light and Dark

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Genre Fiction
Author David Hamilton
Isbn 1789554845
File size 1722 kb
Year 2019-03-20
Pages 112
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I have written essays on art, architecture and literature for New English Review under Theodore Dalrymple. People think we should follow and as it's the facebook age write in little bits or compete with reality TV by telling all about us. I write traditional-style poems with, I hope, meaning. A publisher described me as The Rebel Poet because I ignore literary fashion and write in my own way.I like travelling and have been to many parts of the country, towns, cities and villages. My method for finding interesting local places is to ring the local tourist office and when I arrive I go to a pub and talk to local people who know the interesting places. I take a lot of photographs of these places and a very small example is in the Gallery on my website. I am taking notes for a future large volume of Literary Essays which will range from medieval Literature to the twentieth century. I studied English literature, Dramatic Structure and Playwriting, Film Structure and script writing. I find that when I am busy a break in a traditional pub is refreshing and you return to work with new ideas and a fresh view of what you are doing. People ask what one's influences are: I try to write in my own way. But a lifetime of reading leaves a mark.

As the Willow Bends

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Genre Fiction
Author Teresa Lee
Isbn 1973675161
File size 697 kb
Year 2019-11-12
Pages 414
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Life is hard enough growing up Odawa in the middle of the twentieth century, but when you are nineteen and discover that what you thought was your life story isn’t, the shock can be devastating. Tehya reacts as any young adult might, demanding answers to the questions that have haunted her most of her life. She struggles to find her way back to the truth she believed was hers forever. Beginning with an indigenous people living near what today is called Lake Michigan, this sweeping historical novel celebrates the wisdom of Indian culture while lamenting lost love, injustice, and death. In addition to Tehya, this is a story of Hands at Work, known by all as Naukee; Faces West, known by all as Lenaya; and other strong Indian women. All of them share a noble heritage with links and ties to ancient warriors, chieftains, healers, treaty signers, and more recent public servants. It is a story woven with threads of family ancestry, survival, and resilience borne of the willow. The voices speak heart-rending truths about how two races of people came face-to-face, forced to learn how to live together within boundaries – often amid forces beyond their control.

Kisses and Curses

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Genre Fiction
Author Michelle M. Pillow
Isbn 1625012225
File size 984 kb
Year 2018-10-23
Pages 284
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Magic, Mischief & Kilts! A modern-day Scottish warlock paranormal romance by NYT Bestselling Author Michelle M. Pillow. From the Highlands of Scotland to the valleys of Wisconsin...​ Scottish Warlock Euann MacGregor may be the tech savvy one in his family, but when it comes to love, savvy doesn’t enter into the equation. So when he crosses paths, in the most unusual way, with a woman who holds an essential piece to a puzzle that has haunted the MacGregor family for decades, he’s torn between wanting answers and wanting her. Forces beyond his control have brought them together, but those same dangers might also be what tears them apart forever. Warning: Contains yummy, hot, mischievous MacGregors who are almost certainly up to no good on their quest to find true love. And Uncle Raibeart. “Michelle M. Pillow is an incredible talent! No matter the genre she writes, I'm captivated, enthralled and totally in love. She is not to be missed!" - Gena Showalter, New York Times bestselling author "Michelle M. Pillow weaves a story so engrossing that I lose track of time while reading and think about the characters long after I'm done." - Mandy M. Roth, New York Times bestselling author Warlocks MacGregor series: Love Potions Spellbound Stirring up Trouble Cauldrons and Confessions Spirits and Spells Kisses and Curses Magick and Mischief A Dash of Destiny Genres: Contemporary, Scottish, Magic, Paranormal, Shifter Romance, witches, warlock, Highlander Romance, comedy, magic romance, shapeshifter romance, Scottish Romance, millionaire, billionaire, nobility, bad boy hero, Psychic, action and adventure, romantic comedy, fantasy, hea, humorous romance, romantic adventure, kick ass heroine, kick butt chick, alpha male, comedy romance, demons, ghosts, haunting, spirits, hea, humor, romantic suspense, suspense, werecat, Wizards & Witches, witch romance, phoenix, werefox, fox shifter, Scottish Romance, Highlander

When My Sister Started Kissing

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Genre Juvenile Fiction
Author Helen Frost
Isbn 0374303045
File size 1098 kb
Year 2017-03-14
Pages 208
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A Boston Globe Best Children's Book of 2017 A 2017 BCCB Blue Ribbon Book A 2017 New York Public Library Best Book for Kids A 2017 VOYA Top Shelf Fiction Pick for Middle School Readers A 2018 NCTE Notable Verse Novel A 2018 CCBC Choices Book Claire and Abi have always loved their summers at the lake house, but this year, everything's different. Dad and Pam, their stepmom, are expecting a new baby, and they've cleared out all of Mom's belongings to make room. And last summer, Abi was looking at boys, but this summer, boys are looking back at her. While Abi sneaks around, Claire is left behind to make excuses and cover up for her. Claire doesn't want her family to change, but there doesn't seem to be a way of stopping it. By the end of their time at the house, the two sisters have learned that growing up doesn't have to mean their family growing apart. WHEN MY SISTER STARTED KISSING is Helen Frost's beautiful novel-in-verse about summertime and coming of age. A Margaret Ferguson Book

Frost Fire

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Genre Fiction
Author Linda Ladd
Isbn 1497616158
File size 361 kb
Year 2014-04-01
Pages 264
Language English
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The Fire Trilogy ignites with one woman’s quest for Civil War vengeance—“packed with subplots and supporting characters that keep the action percolating” (Publishers Weekly). Join Linda Ladd in this first book of an exciting trilogy as she takes you on an incredible journey from the terrors of war to the comforts of love. She is intent on avenging her dishonor by the man who had taken more from her than she could ever possibly imagine. She has nothing, and so there is nothing she can lose, but she is intent on using any means necessary to take back what is rightfully hers. Born out of the ravages of war, theirs is a love that cannot be denied, blurring the boundaries forged by conflict until both are on the edge of a dizzying abyss where only passion matters, and surrender is sweet.

When My Sister Started Kissing

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Genre Juvenile Fiction
Author Helen Frost
Isbn 0374303045
File size 1632 kb
Year 2017-03-14
Pages 208
Language English
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A Boston Globe Best Children's Book of 2017 A 2017 BCCB Blue Ribbon Book A 2017 New York Public Library Best Book for Kids A 2017 VOYA Top Shelf Fiction Pick for Middle School Readers A 2018 NCTE Notable Verse Novel A 2018 CCBC Choices Book Claire and Abi have always loved their summers at the lake house, but this year, everything's different. Dad and Pam, their stepmom, are expecting a new baby, and they've cleared out all of Mom's belongings to make room. And last summer, Abi was looking at boys, but this summer, boys are looking back at her. While Abi sneaks around, Claire is left behind to make excuses and cover up for her. Claire doesn't want her family to change, but there doesn't seem to be a way of stopping it. By the end of their time at the house, the two sisters have learned that growing up doesn't have to mean their family growing apart. WHEN MY SISTER STARTED KISSING is Helen Frost's beautiful novel-in-verse about summertime and coming of age. A Margaret Ferguson Book

The Happiness Illusion

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Genre Psychology
Author Luke Hockley,Nadi Fadina
Isbn 1317579836
File size 1057 kb
Year 2015-06-19
Pages 212
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The West has never been more affluent yet the use of anti-depressants is on the increase to the extent that the World Health Organisation has declared it a major source of concern. How has this state of affairs come about and what can be done? Television and advertising media seem to know. Wherever we look they offer countless remedies for our current situation - unfortunately none of them seem to work. The Happiness Illusion explores how the metaphorical insights of fairy-tales have been literalised and turned into commodities. In so doing, their ability to educate and entertain has largely been lost. Instead advertising and television sell us products that offer to magically transform the way we look, how we age, where we live –both in the city and the countryside, the possibility of new jobs, and so forth. All of these are supposed to make us happy. But despite the allure of ‘retail therapy’ modern magic has lost its spell. What then are the sources of happiness in our contemporary society? Through a series of fairy-tales The Happiness Illusion: How the media sold us a fairytale looks at topics such as age, gender, marriage and rom-coms, Nordic Noir and the representations of therapy on television. In doing so it explores alternative ways to relate to the world in a symbolic and less literal manner – it suggests that happiness comes by making sure we don’t fall under the spell of the illusionary promises of contemporary television and advertising. Instead, happiness comes from being ourselves – warts and all. This book will be of interest to Jungian academics, film, media and cultural studies academics, social psychologists and their students, as well as reaching out to those interested in fairy-tale studies, psychotherapists and educated cinema goers. Luke Hockley PhD, is Research Professor of Media Analysis, at the University of Bedfordshire, UK. He is a practicing psychotherapist and is registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). Luke is joint Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Jungian Studies (IJJS) and a member of the Advisory Board for the journal Spring and lectures widely. www.lukehockley.com Nadi Fadina is a media entrepreneur and a managing partner in an international film fund. She is involved in a variety of arts and media related projects, both in profit and non-profit spheres. She teaches Film Business in the University of Bedfordshire, however, her academic interests outreach spheres of business and cover ideology, Russian fairytales, sexuality, politics, anthropology, and cinema. www. nadi-fadina.com

The Cursed Queen

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Genre Young Adult Fiction
Author Sarah Fine
Isbn 1481441957
File size 781 kb
Year 2017-01-03
Pages 432
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Blood and victory. There is no other way. The “fresh and fascinating magical world” (School Library Journal) of The Imposter Queen expands in this companion novel that answers the question: who is the real queen of the Kupari? Ansa has always been a fighter. As a child, she fought the invaders who murdered her parents and snatched her as a raid prize. She fought for her place next to Thyra, the daughter of the Krigere Chieftain. She fought for her status as a warrior in her tribe: blood and victory are her way of life. But the day the Krigere cross the great lake and threaten the witch queen of the Kupari, everything changes. Cursed by the queen with fire and ice, Ansa is forced to fight against an invisible enemy—the dark magic that has embedded itself deep in her bones. The more she tries to hide it, the more dangerous it becomes. And with the Krigere numbers decimated and the tribe under threat from the traitorous brother of the dead Chieftain, Ansa is torn between her loyalty to the Krigere, her love for Thyra, and her own survival instincts. With her world in chaos and each side wanting to claim her for their own, only one thing is certain: unless Ansa can control the terrible magic inside her, everything she’s fought for will be destroyed.

Prince Kisses Me Again

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Genre Fiction
Author Gu ShenShen
Isbn 1648847722
File size 1473 kb
Year 2020-04-14
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Suddenly, Miss Lu turned from an ugly girl to a great beauty. She had a bad temper and was ruthless in her actions. The moment she opened her mouth, she would retaliate at the cost of her life. Those noble young masters who said "even if I die, I won't give you a second glance" all expressed their opinions, one after the other. It was so fragrant! But the beauty was so beautiful that even if they wanted to, they wouldn't be able to think of a way to deal with her. Afterwards, the enchanter-like Prince Rong had personally taken care of her. The crowd asked for advice, "Beauty is trying to scam me, beat me up, and wish she could run away from me for a thousand miles. What should I do?" Prince Rong said, "Kiss her." ... .... The man who had almost frozen into an ice sculpture snatched her first kiss from him as soon as he opened his eyes. Lu Qingning was so angry that she almost exploded on the spot. She stripped him clean and sent her silver needles into the fray, determined to get back at him. But from then on, they were bound to have a bad fate. A few days later, the Great Uncle came looking for him, and the moment he opened his mouth, he said, "I'll marry you." Lu Qingning sucked in a breath of cold air, "Actually, I feel like you can send me a few pretty boys. Giving me some silver taels or something can help repay the debt of gratitude that you owe to me for saving my life." His Royal Uncle then said, "If you see this duke's body, you must take responsibility!" Lu Qingning: "... Royal Uncle, your style isn't right! What happened to the Flower of the High Mountains that was not too close to a woman? " Why the heck did he kiss her every day when he caught her?

Unbroken: Frost Series

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Genre Fiction
Author D.L. LeBlanc
Isbn 1365459276
File size 897 kb
Year 2016-10-17
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She is recovering from a frightening attack, and is afraid of reverting to previous coping mechanisms. He is trying to help her cope but is afraid she will never be the same again. Can their love survive this horrible occurrence or will it tear them apart forever?