"He should have thrown her out. But when club owner Alexander Lavoie catches a mysterious blonde counting cards at his vingt-et-un table, he's more intrigued than angry. He has to see more of this beauty-in his club, in his office, in his bed. But first he'll have to devise a proposition she can't turn down. Gossip said he was an assassin. Common sense told her to stay away. But Angelique Archer was desperate, and Lavoie's club offered a surefire way to make quick money-until she got caught. Instead of throwing her out though, the devil offers her a deal: come work for him. Refusing him means facing starvation, but with a man so sinfully handsome and fiercely protective, keeping things professional might prove impossible" -- provided by publisher.
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London, 1819 Marked for death, Lady Augustine Christopherson finds herself scouring the slums of London in a desperate search to find the men who killed her father, and are determined to dispose of her. To protect her family, to protect herself, she is determined to find the men before they find her. The last thing she wanted was an entanglement with a duke that threatens her very survival… Hardened long ago, the last thing the Duke of Dunway wanted was an entanglement with a chit of the ton. But in the flash of a pistol, his fate is altered as he finds himself honor-bound to protect Lady Augustine from, of all things, herself. The Hold Your Breath series begins. A thousand reasons to hold your breath, and one to let it go. Historical romance with strong women, undeniable men, and hold your breath adventure.
To save Kasia from the temptation of fortune hunters, her father proposes to marry her off to a man she does not love. So Kasia runs away to prove him wrong by working as Governess to the Duke of Dreghorne's unruly nephew. As Kasia gains the trust of the child, she earns first the respect and then the growing affection of the Lord. But when she and the boy are kidnapped the stakes are irrevocably raised and the Duke's reputation as a Dare-Devil will be tested one final time.
|Book Title||: The Original Copy of the Conference Between George Villars Duke of Buckingham and Father Fitzgerald The Fifth Edition Etc|
|Author||: George Villiers Duke of Buckingham|
|Release Date||: 1719|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
The Duke Blue Devils have a long history of success in intercollegiate basketball, and that history comes alive within these pages, as detailed by Duke historian James Sumner. The Blue Devils' storied past includes 27 NCAA tournament appearances, 13 trips to the final four and three national titles. A number of Duke games have achieved legendary status and they are relived in Tales From The Duke Blue Devils. Read about the 12-10 North Carolina State win over Duke in the 1968 ACC Tournament, North Carolina's scoreless half at Duke in 1979, Duke's upset win over UNLV in the 1991 Final Four, and the 1992 Duke-Kentucky Eastern Regional classic. Duke University has been home to 28 All-American basketball players. Eight of which have been named national player of the year: Dick Groat, Art Heyman, Johnny Dawkins, Danny Ferry, Christian Leaettner, Elton Brand, Shane Battier, and Jason Williams. Their tales are included here as well as stories from Duke coaching legends Eddie Cameron, Vic Bubas, Bill Foster, and Mike Krzyzewski. Tales From The Duke Blue Devils will also take you inside Cameron Indoor Stadium, the country's most famous on-campus basketball facility and the home of the so-called "Cameron Crazies" who are renowned for their creativity and enthusiasm. Tales From The Duke Blue Devils is a must read for any fan of Duke Basketball.
Celebrate a century of triumphs from the perennial college basketball powerhouse.
Duke Blue Devils basketball tradition is filled with winning statistics. They have advanced to the Final Four 15 times and have won the ACC championship 19 times, among other titles and accolades. This action-packed volume digs deep into the history of Blue Devils basketball, with key information on some of the most important players and coaches who brought victory to the team. It includes some rare historical images of actual games, as well as a timeline for quick reference.
**From the co-author of the No.1 bestselling Wilbur Smith novel, WAR CRY** The fate of England hangs in the balance of a fight between brothers... In DEVIL, David Churchill writes with the immediacy of Conn Iggulden, the epic ambition of Bernard Cornwell and the plotting of CJ Sansom. The Leopards of Normandy trilogy tells the story of William the Conqueror in all its wild, intoxicating, unfailingly dramatic glory. The noble families of Europe are tearing themselves apart in their lust for power and wealth. Emma, Queen of England, is in agony over the succession to her husband Canute's throne ... while her brother, the Duke of Normandy's sons battle in the wake of his death. Robert, the younger son, has been cheated of Normandy's mightiest castle and sets out to take it by force. He emerges from a bloody siege victorious and in love with a beautiful - and pregnant - peasant girl. Robert's child will be mocked as William the bastard. But we have another name for him... Conqueror. David Churchill paints a world seething with rivalry and intrigue, where assassins are never short of work. The fight for the Royal Crown of England continues in the second and third books of the Leopards of Normandy trilogy, DUKE and CONQUEROR. What readers are saying about DEVIL: 'This is a most remarkable book, full of wonderful storytelling and historical details. Absolutely outstanding, immaculate and thrilling' 'An exciting and well-told story, backed up by first class research, an extreme attention to detail and strong characterisation which also fits with the historical record. I thoroughly enjoyed it from cover to cover'