SOARING EAGLE PARENTS WERE KILLED BY FOUR MEN AND SOMETHING THAT HE HAD NEVER SEEN BEFORE TWO FACES. AS HE LOOKED FOR THEM SOARING EAGLE RAN INTO A NEW MARSHALL AND HIS DAUGHTER....
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Jordan is a predominantly Muslim country in the heart of the Arab world with around four percent of the population belonging to various Christian denominations. It is a modern, technologically advanced and (would like the world to believe) rapidly democratizing nation. It is a country that welcomes the future while holding fast to its ancient roots and traditions.
Chin Po is a successful medical doctor working in a private practice in Perth, Australia, and struggling to adapt to an unfulfilling marriage—an attempt plagued by thoughts of a long-lost love. Originally from the island of Borneo, he left home as a teenager after he lost his first love under strange circumstances. The trauma of the forced separation left him unable to feel deep emotion for any reason, whether joy or misery—a circumstance drastically affecting his marriage and his life as a whole. One day, however, a psychic patient sees through Chin’s camouflage of smiling calm and senses his empty inner world. Working with other psychics, she reveals details of Chin’s past that he had not known and helps him unravel the reasons for the loss of his first love more than forty years ago. Will this newfound knowledge help Chin find peace? This tale of romance and psychological intrigue explores the power that thwarted love may exert in a person’s life.
With her parents dead, Jersey is forced to deal with the aftermath of it all. Not only is her father's mistress causing her problems, but an ex of Kill's can't seem to accept the fact that he has moved on to someone else. Will Jersey and Kill be able to press on, and bask in the ambience of their new lives? Or will outside forces ruin a good thing before it's even started? Cheyla has gotten clean, and is enjoying every aspect of her new life; well almost every aspect. When she enlists the help of someone she thought was her friend, she threatens her relationship with Kantwan, and puts herself in danger at the same time. Will Cheyla force Kantwan to throw in the towel because of her constant attraction to drama? Ivy has decided to leave her unfaithful baby daddy, Portland, behind for a much better Elijah. But what happens when you don't know the boundaries needing to be set for your child's father? Portland is unconvinced that Ivy has moved on, and refuses to give up on the one-sided happy home they used to share. Has Ivy truly left Portland behind? Or was she simply in the moment while with, Elijah? Follow the three best friends as they continue to deal with the hardships of being in a once forbidden love. These days, no one seems to be honest about who they really are, and with new couples that no one knew existed springing up, this is sure to be one big roller coaster ride
Ed was a sixteen-year-old conservative Mennonite farm boy growing up on the family farm in Central Kansas in 1884. One day, while riding Copper, his well-trained and beloved horse, to get the cows home for milking, Ed noticed something behind a sand plum thicket. Not getting a very good look at what it was behind the thicket, his curiosity drove him back there after the milking was done. Whatever it was behind the thicket left a small pile of sand plum seeds. It had to be a human because most animals would eat the seeds along with the plums. Ed was determined to find who it was stealing their sand plums. The next day, Ed went a little earlier to get the cows home in order to catch this sand plum thief. Ed was not prepared for what he found. A beautiful Native American girl about his own age, the most beautiful girl he had ever seen, was the sand plum thief. When she saw Ed watching her, she gave him a smile that would have melted the heart of any sixteen-year-old American boy, but she quickly ran off and hid from him. This did not deter Ed from making plans to come back the next day to see the beautiful girl. He had just one problem though. He was a Mennonite, and Mennonites were to associate with their own people only. How could he possibly tell his parents that the sand plum thief was a beautiful Native American girl, and he was going back the next day to see her again? Will this develop into an interracial relationship, something unheard of in Mennonite culture at that time, or will it lead only to heartbreak for two young people?
"Walter Calvo's Forbidden Love offers a refreshing and hopeful view of love as seen through the prism of beauty and youth. It's inspiring to hear his millennium generation voice speak so softly and sweetly in the physical, emotional and spiritual revelation of love." Denise W. Cabrera Executive Editor The Frederick News-Post " and a little child shall lead them. If you are looking for love, young Mr. Calvo, has lead us to love through his writings. Thank you for speaking from your heart and sharing your innermost thoughts, thank you for daring to be different, thank you for setting the standards, for reaching beyond yourself and sharing the love that some view as Forbidden, but it is simply You. This book is the essence of pure love." Kimberly Boykin, boys who d.a.r.e., Inc. "Creativity does not come effortlessly for it takes hard work and dedication. Walter has learned this lesson early in life and has the faucet wide open in his pursuit of the arts. As his art professor, I see a passion that is unmatched by most students. This passion is skillfully displayed in Forbidden Love. Excelsior!" Charlie Agnew, M.F.A. Assistant Professor of Art Middle Georgia College
Forbidden Love interweaves an historical dramatisation with interviews with women who speak frankly about their experiences living as lesbians in times when they could not be out, as well as with Ann Bannon, the American writer who wrote lesbian pulp fiction novels from 1957 to 1962 known as The Beebo Brinker Chronicles. This award-winning movie became the most popular ever produced by the National Film Board of Canada, and became emblematic of the bold new queer cinema of the early 1990s. In 2014, the NFB re-released the film in a digitally remastered version.
"You're terrified I'll force myself upon you. And worse, that you'll enjoy it." Aisling Brannon should hate the Vikings who raided her village…especially after she's captured as a gift for King Magnus by warrior Tharand Hardrata. But while her head says one thing, her body says quite another. Her attraction to the fierce and forbidding warrior cannot be ignored…even though she's intended for another man's bed. As they near Magnus's domain, Tharand's restraint is tested beyond endurance. He can't stop himself from arousing her, bringing her to the peak of pleasure while trying to honor his promise. Soon he must choose: please his king…or keep his captive love-slave for himself.
Raised near one another in their separate homes--and worlds--in Israel, Israeli Uri and Palestinian Layleh develop a fierce and forbidden love for one another, a love that must withstand prejudice and hatred. Reprint.
The secret engagement between Maria Santelli and Michael Harris is threatened by their families' enmity and by Michael's possessiveness and jealousy.