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Ariella S Escape

Author : Ann Blake
ISBN : 1505593174
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ARIELLA BISHOP is a romantic girl with a feisty side. Raised on a Virginia plantation, Ariella leaves her home and goes to live with relatives in the English countryside. There she becomes engaged to a wealthy nobleman whom she idolizes. All seems perfect until she discovers proof of his true, depraved character. Refusing to marry a liar and cheat, but unwilling to cause her family scandal, Ariella sees no other option but escape. She begins a quest during which she gives up her dreams of becoming a true "lady", and instead finds out what kind of woman she truly is: A woman of passion, desire and ultimately - love. This Victorian-era romance is a love story with grit. Steamy encounters pepper this exciting tale where plot twists leave the reader tantalized.

Ariella S Legacy

Author : Sharon Milburn
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When Ariella Gerard is cast from the family home for refusing to marry a man she despises, she turns for help to Arthur Packard, her father's lawyer. Sponsored by Lady Caroline Fitzjohn, Ariella enters London Society as an heiress, the recipient of a very special legacy. She has made deadly enemies as well as powerful friends and is thrust into a world of intrigue, abduction and mortal danger. From the ballrooms of Mayfair and the stately homes of England to the island fortress of Gibraltar can Martin, Lord Trent, save her from peril, but more importantly, can he save her from herself?

Ariella S Escape

Author : Carolee Croft
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Ariella had always believed that the life of a warrior should include indulging in wine and men whenever they were on offer... And in Chaldea, the capital of the old empire, they certainly were. Especially the man she finds in her bedchamber, a slave provided by her hosts to entertain her in any way she wishes. But when betrayed and surrounded by enemies in a strange land, there is only one man she can trust-the slave who was meant only for her pleasure but is much more than he seems. Demetrius had been captured in a battle at the age of fifteen, and slavery was all he had known in his adult life. When his chance for freedom comes along, his fate is bound to the noble warrior maiden whose voice and body he cannot resist. Duty calls him to return to his kingdom, but the journey will take him places that will change him forever. Together, they make their way through a den of thieves and an enchanted elf forest, but the biggest danger of all may be their fiery attraction to each other and the secret that will draw a dividing line between them.

Since 1948

Author : Nancy E. Berg
ISBN : 9781438480503
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A portrait of Israeli literature in its full transnational and multilingual complexity. Toward the end of the twentieth century, an unprecedented surge of writing altered the Israeli literary scene in profound ways. As fresh creative voices and multiple languages vied for recognition, diversity replaced consensus. Genres once accorded lower status—such as the graphic novel and science fiction—gained readership and positive critical notice. These trends ushered in not only the discovery and recovery of literary works but also a major rethinking of literary history. In Since 1948, scholars consider how recent voices have succeeded older ones and reverberated in concert with them; how linguistic and geographical boundaries have blurred; how genres have shifted; and how canon and competition have shaped Israeli culture. Charting surprising trajectories of a vibrant, challenging, and dynamic literature, the contributors analyze texts composed in Hebrew, Yiddish, and Arabic; by Jews and non-Jews; and by Israelis abroad as well as writers in Israel. What emerges is a portrait of Israeli literature as neither minor nor regional, but rather as transnational, multilingual, and worthy of international attention. Nancy E. Berg is Professor of Hebrew and Comparative Literature at Washington University in St. Louis. Her previous books include Exile from Exile: Israeli Writers from Iraq,, also published by SUNY Press. Naomi B. Sokoloff is Professor of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization at the University of Washington. Her previous books include Imagining the Child in Modern Jewish Fiction. Together, Berg and Sokoloff are the coeditors of What We Talk about When We Talk about Hebrew (and What It Means to Americans), winner of the National Jewish Book Award for anthologies and collections.

Tainted Crimson

Author : Tarisa Marie
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The best-selling Tainted series by Tarisa Marie! Nothing has ever been quite ordinary for Ariella Malgrovech. At four years old she witnessed her mother's surreal murder, and then years later on her eighteenth birthday, while attending her high school prom, her school catches aflame with her father trapped inside. With both of these tragedies come unexplainable supernatural circumstances. The series of unfortunate events that seemingly make up Ariella's life, manifest into millions of questions that desperately crave answers. Soon does she not only receive the answers she seeks, but she discovers that the world around her isn't as she's always thought it was-supernatural creatures exist among humans and her own father is one of them. What does that make her? Trust turns to betrayal and knowledge turns to danger in this thrilling paranormal romance as Ariella ventures out into a world where witches, vampires, and immortals exist among humans, and a power hungry witch is out to kidnap her and force her to become as dark and wicked as he is. Will love prevail or will it be her undoing?

If The Dark Wins

Author : Calle J. Brookes
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Tainted Heart

Author : Tarisa Marie
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The second installment of the best-selling Tainted series by Tarisa Marie! Taking sanctuary with an ancient race of powerful immortals unveils a far deadlier war than the one we seek sanctuary from. With this new war comes knowledge. The first thing we learn—never trust the Tario, even if they’re your own blood. People we thought were dead are suddenly turning up alive. Everything we seem to know about ourselves and our existence is now being questioned. The survival of the supernatural races rests solely on a young boy and a knife. What happens when the love of your life gives into his darkness and the only person who can bring him back is your enemy? What happens when the one you love kills hundreds of innocent people? Can you still love them? Loved ones will fall. Who will win the war? And at what cost? War…Betrayal…Lies…and death are thrown together in this thrilling sequel to Tainted Crimson.

Proceedings Of The 9th International Symposium On Insect Plant Relationships

Author : Erich Städler
ISBN : 9789400917200
Genre : Science
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The 9th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships (SIP-9) was once more, following the tradition established in 1958, a forum for investigators in both basic and applied entomology interested in the important and fascinating field of interactions between plants and insects. We were pleased and honoured to organise this symposium, which took place June 24--30, 1995 in Gwatt on the shores of the Lake of Thun in Switzerland. 168 participants from 26 countries from all over the world actively took part in the symposium by contributing 12 key-note lectures and a total of 141 oral presentations and posters. The favourable response and the lively interaction of the participants in all symposium activities is the clearest indication of the success of SIP-9. The organisers appreciated the enthusiasm and the willingness to collaborate shown by all participants. The following volume contains written contributions (72) of only half of all presentations. This is due to the fact that we decided to produce not only an account of the proceedings but also to publish all contributions as a special volume of the journal Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. This procedure was last adopted in 1978 for SIP-4, organised by Reginald F. Chapman and Elizabeth A. Bernays, and ensures a wide distribution of the papers within the scientific community and easy access through libraries. Inevitably we had to employ the same review procedure as applicable for the manuscripts regularly submitted to Entomologia.

Ariella

Author : Barbara Lawson
ISBN : 1458222683
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Ariella is a young woman who has struggled with the challenges of life since the age of six, when an industrial accident kills her father, leaving her blind and her mother broken by grief. The girl goes through life empty and alone, with no one to lean on or to give her comfort. Even when she believes she's found love, betrayal wounds her before she can reach true happiness. The physical and emotional trials of Ariella's life leave her downtrodden, despairing, and suffering from anxiety and depression. Unsure of how she can continue to live, she calculates her losses and decides that suicide is her only escape. But when things go awry, Ariella soon finds herself uplifted by an unexpected source of love. Only time will tell whether she can use that love to build a new and happy life for herself. I n this religious novel, a woman who has faced trials and suffering her whole life discovers what God can do to bring healing to a wounded soul.

The Beltane Escape

Author : Ariella Moon
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Lady Fenella, Thaness of Thorburn, has no idea her fate will be shackled to a powerful sorceress. She believes Gran's warnings about Fairy are superstition, Fairy was invented to make children behave, and Merlin and the Lady of the Lake are myths. Then, from a distant past when the rule of magic is threatened, a spell cast forward to sixteenth century Scotland finds Fenella. The incantation sets in motion a series of events that leave her branded, stolen, and betrothed. Traumatized, and separated from her clan, the Highland heiress finds an unexpected ally in Edward, her kidnapper's son. But their fragile alliance is gravely tested when he enables Fenella's young cousin to visit, and the Lady of the Lake seizes her opportunity and lures the reckless lad into Fairy. Fenella has seconds to decide. Should she remain with Edward, her best chance at saving herself and protecting her people? Or should she dive into Fairy to rescue her beloved cousin, endangering her clan, and abandoning Edward to his ruthless father, Lord Argonshire? Weakened, spellbound, and torn by conflicting loyalties and love, Fenella is pulled toward her fate - unaware, The Most Powerful Wizard stands in her way.

The Publishers Weekly

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The Pelagic Dictionary Of Natural History Of The British Isles

Author : Dr. Peter Jarvis
ISBN : 9781784271954
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A unique collection of concise but detailed information on 10,000 animals, plants, fungi and algae of the British Isles. Every species with an English common name is included. The compendium is in two parts. The first, smaller part, looks at various terms that people interested in natural history may come across. The second provides information on individual species or species groups, with entries on those with English (common) names, as well as selected families, orders, classes, etc. In the case of marine organisms, entries are given for intertidal and subtidal invertebrate species, and generally speaking for fish species that might be observed inshore. Indication is often given on distribution as well as whether a species is common, scarce or something in between. For some species a note is made of population size and trends. Comments are made where appropriate on etymology, both of the English name and the binomial. No other natural history dictionary or cognate publication relating to the British Isles is as comprehensive in taxonomic cover.

The Entomologist S Weekly Intelligencer

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Genre : Entomology
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Railway Locomotives And Cars

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Genre : Railroad engineering
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Merchant Vessels Of The United States

Author : United States. Coast Guard
ISBN : UOM:39015026306509
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Crimson Moon Hideaway

Author : Crimson Moon Hideaway
ISBN : 9798504345840
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A morose harpy and an artificially upbeat demon must face what ails them before they can claim their happily ever after.After each having the year from hell, Ariella Ivie and Caine Ziehm both end up trying to soothe their blues by taking a trip to Crimson Moon Hideaway. Neither was prepared for the Beltane Festival and the magic it brought with it.Can they both shed their past baggage when they meet again for the first time in years? Maybe... with a bit of help from Jianna and her team at Crimson Moon Hideaway!This book is a standalone Crimson Moon Hideaway novella. However, Effie and Jace's story is in Chimera's Edge by Renee Hewett!

Regional Cultures Economies And Creativity

Author : Ariella Van Luyn
ISBN : 9780429860270
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Drawing on Australian and comparative case studies, this volume reconceptualises non-metropolitan creative economies through the ‘qualities of place’. This book examines the agricultural and gastronomic cultures surrounding ‘native’ foods, coastal sculpture festivals, universities and regional communities, wine in regional Australia and Canada, the creative systems of the Hunter Valley, musicians in ‘outback’ settings, Fab Labs as alternatives to clusters, cinema and the cultivation of ‘authentic’ landscapes, and tensions between the ‘representational’ and ‘non-representational’ in the cultural economies of the Blue Mountains. What emerges is a picture of rural and regional places as more than the ‘other’ of metropolitan creative cities. Place itself is shown to embody affordances, unique institutional structures and the invisible threads that ‘hold communities together’. If, in the wake of the publication of Florida’s Rise of the Creative Class, creative industries models tended to emphasize ‘big cities’ and the spatial-cum-cultural imaginaries of the ‘Global North’, recent research and policy discourses – especially, in the Australian context – have paid greater attention to ‘small cities’, rural and remote creativity. This collection will be of interest to scholars, students and practitioners in creative industries, urban and regional studies, sociology, geography and cultural planning.

Genre And The Post Communist Woman

Author : Florentina C.Andreescu
ISBN : 9781317747345
Genre : Political Science
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This work is a critical intervention into the archive of female identity; it reflects on the ways in which the Central and Eastern European female ideal was constructed, represented, and embodied in communist societies and on its transformation resulting from the political, economic, and social changes specific to the post-communist social and political transitions. During the communist period, the female ideal was constituted as a heroic mother and worker, both a revolutionary and a state bureaucrat, which were regarded as key elements in the processes of industrial development and production. She was portrayed as physically strong and with rugged rather than with feminized attributes. After the post-communist regime collapsed, the female ideal’s traits changed and instead took on the feminine attributes that are familiar in the West’s consumer-oriented societies. Each chapter in the volume explores different aspects of these changes and links those changes to national security, nationalism, and relations with Western societies, while focusing on a variety of genres of expression such as films, music, plays, literature, press reports, television talk shows, and ethnographic research. The topics explored in this volume open a space for discussion and reflection about how radical social change intimately affected the lives and identities of women, and their positions in society, resulting in various policy initiatives involving women’s social and political roles. The book will be of interest to students and scholars of gender studies, comparative politics, Eastern European studies, and cultural studies.

Merchant Vessels Of The United States

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States Of Emergency

Author : Stephen Morton
ISBN : 9781846318498
Genre : Literary Criticism
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States of Emergency examines how violent anticolonial struggles and the legal, military, and political techniques employed by colonial governments to contain them have been imagined in both literary and legal narratives. Through a series of case studies, Stephen Morton considers how colonial states of emergency have been defined and represented in the contexts of Ireland, India, South Africa, Algeria, Kenya, and Israel- Palestine, concluding with a compelling assessment of the continuities between colonial states of emergency and the war on terror in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.

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