A dark and scrumptious treat. --Alexandra Ivy "FIVE STARS! Unforgettable. . .don't forget to breathe." --Huntress Reviews on Shadow Bound While the world slumbers in Shadow, a fatal plague has swept through magekind. No one is immune to its ravages, and now that her father is dead, Cari Dolan must wield the fearful magic of her House to save innocent lives. "The sexual tension is palpable. A stand-out page turner." --RT Book Reviews on Fire Kissed At the mage Council's bidding, dangerous outsider Mason Stray joins forces with Cari to hunt down the fiend responsible. But can he trust the daughter of wealth and privilege, especially when his own son is at risk? "If dark adult fairy tales appeal to you, you should definitely check this series out" --Fiction Vixen on Shadowman The princess will always welcome to her bed the warrior, even if one must pay the ultimate price. . . .
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When Death Kissed Her Soul will finally make you think about this mortal world. Anjali’s life till the age of 26 was inspiring; she faced the battlefield with courage, faith and hope in every situation and completed the race with integrity. This is her life story—from mortal to immortal and pain to overflowing joy. This book will be a light in your darkness.
Three short stories of the triumph of love; the beginning, the relationship, and the unbreakable end. The justification of emotions, and its ultimate end.
This volume of poems, prose, and musings is the first published work from Michelle, encouraged by her family, friends, and followers of her Facebook page. Michelle has endured much hardship in her life, as so many do, and has found within her a strength she couldnt have imagined she was capable of. By sharing her words and thoughts, Michelle hopes to be an inspiration for others to find their inner strength and chase their dreams. Michelle writes a lot of poetry about she or her, inspired by the women whove inspired and empowered her and others throughout her life and wishes to pass on that empowerment to all sensitive souls and playful hearts.
A collection of essays from the author of Tamed by a Bear that “will make you think about life and nature in a different way” (Temple Grandin, author of Animals in Translation). For Priscilla Stuckey, a fundamental and heartbreaking misconception running through Western culture is that nature can be fixed, exploited, or simply ignored. Modern societies try to bend nature to human will instead of engaging in give-and-take with a living, breathing land community. Using her personal experiences as the cornerstone, Stuckey explores the depth of relationship possible with the birch tree in our backyard, the nearby urban creek, the dog who settles on our bed each night. Drawing inspiration from sources as varied as ancient philosophers and contemporary biologists, Stuckey challenges readers to enact a different story of nature, one in which people and place are not separate, where other creatures respond to human need, and where humans and all others together create the world. With the eloquence of the great nature writers before her, Stuckey encourages us to open ourselves to the unlimited possibilities of a truly connected life. “A tenderly woven collection of essays that blend personal reflections with spirituality, philosophy, animal behaviorism, evolution, geology and ecology . . . [An] entertaining and emotionally resonant book.” —Publishers Weekly “Stuckey’s book does make you look differently at the things around you . . . That is her point—for us to finally see nature, to remember to take in that beauty as we saunter by . . . It’s a book about hope.” —Seattle Star
Today's kids face grave issues and harder decisions than ever before. Gang warfare, violence, drugs, alcohol, smoking, pregnancy, depression and suicide have found their way into middle and elementary schools. Divorce splits apart families every day. These issues make kids feel as if they must understand and accept all the troubles of the world.
From Barbies to your first bra, from holding your teddy bear to slowdancing with your first boyfriend, from knowing everyone in elementary school to trying to make new friends in middle school. . . . When dealing with these changes, it's no wonder preteen girls can freak out from time to time.
First published in 2008, Donna Freitas's Sex and the Soul revealed what college students -- at institutions large and small, public and private, secular, Catholic, and evangelical -- really think about sex, dating, religion, and spirituality. Based on face-to-face interviews with students across the country, Sex and the Soul achieved national acclaim, illuminating the as-yet-unexplored struggles of college students navigating the lines of faith and sexuality. Now, in this updated edition, Freitas reflects on the hundreds of conversations she has had with students since the book was first published in an all-new afterword, and offers practical advice for young people struggling with issues of sex and spirituality and for the adults giving them guidance.