the edge of desire

Download Book The Edge Of Desire in PDF format. You can Read Online The Edge Of Desire here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

The Edge Of Desire

Author : Stephanie Laurens
ISBN : 9780748117710
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 61. 38 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 890
Read : 736

Get This Book

Christian, I need your help. There is no one else I can turn to . . . L.' When Christian Allardyce, sixth Marquess of Dearne, reads these words, his world is turned upside down. Lady Letitia Randall is a woman like no other, and the day he left her behind to fight for King and Country was the most difficult of his life. He never forgot the feel of her lips against his, but never expected to see her again. Yet now she seeks his help, and Christian knows he cannot resist her plea. Letitia believes Christian abandoned her when she needed him most, and she hates to call on his aid. But to clear his brother's name, she has sworn to use every weapon at her command, even it means seducing her former lover. Yet all the while, Christian is waging a war of his won - a campaign of pure pleasure and sweet revenge that will take them both beyond the edge of desire.

The Edge Of Desire

Author : Tuhin Sinha
ISBN : 9789350094518
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 77. 29 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 566
Read : 736

Get This Book

When journalist Shruti Ranjan, newly-wed wife of the Deputy Commissioner of Kishanganj in the lawless Bihar of the 1990s, is brutally raped by a 'politically sheltered local goon' all of her attempts at getting justice are crushed by a corrupt and complicit state government. That's when the charismatic Sharad Malviya a leading member of the Opposition party offers her an unlikely solution: his party's ticket to contest the Lok Sabha elections. Left with little to choose from, Shruti agrees only to realize that being catapulted to an enviable position of power in an all-man's world comes at a price. Caught between her mentor and her spouse - both upright but ultimately flawed men - and a host of envious others who continue to cast aspersions on her character - she struggles to address the larger problems of the country.

Voices From The Edge

Author : Michelle Panchuk
ISBN : 9780192588661
Genre : Religion
File Size : 70. 33 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 730
Read : 539

Get This Book

Over the past several decades, scholars working in biblical, theological, and religious studies have increasingly attended to the substantive ways that our experiences and understanding of God and God's relation to the world are structured by our experiences and concepts of race, gender, disability, and sexuality. These personal and social identities and their intersections serve as a hermeneutical lens for our interpretations of God, self, the other, and our religious texts and traditions. However, they have not received nearly the same level of attention from analytic theologians and philosophers of religion, and so a wide range of important issues remain ripe for analytic treatment. The papers in this volume address the various ways in which the aforementioned social identities intersect with, shape, and might be shaped by the questions with which analytic theology and philosophy of religion have typically been concerned, as well as what new questions they suggest to the discipline. We focus on three central areas of analytic theology: methodological principles, the intersection of social identities with religious epistemology, and the connections among eschatology, ante-mortem suffering, and ante-mortem social perceptions of bodies.

Desire S Edge

Author : Eden Bradley
ISBN : 9781101544075
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 37. 23 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 220
Read : 1251

Get This Book

Giving in to desire… As a lawyer, Kara Crawford knows how to keep a secret, especially after being spurned by an ex for revealing her sexual needs. Kara doesn’t expect to find anyone who can fulfill her more extreme desires until she experiences one of the most incredible nights of her life with a man she’s always admired from afar. …can set you free… Dante De Matteo knew Kara back in high school, and he never imagined her darkest fantasies would align so perfectly with his. The lovers don’t expect their passion to last more than a night, but when Dante’s new job turns out to be at Kara’s law firm, they find themselves confronted daily with the sparks of their blistering chemistry. …but only if you give yourself completely. As intense desire draws them closer, deep-rooted fears threaten to pull them apart—unless they can learn to embrace both the pain and pleasure of love.

Women On The Edge

Author : Cindi McMenamin
ISBN : 9780736939942
Genre : Religion
File Size : 84. 66 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 180
Read : 737

Get This Book

Popular author Cindi McMenamin offers wonderful new encouragement to women who stand at the crossroads of life longing for change, for direction, for ways to make a difference. Every woman, at one time or another, has felt as if she’s “on the edge.” She has felt unappreciated, unsupported, and weary. She has thought, Why am I putting up with this? Don’t I deserve better? How can I escape? Such frustration can drive her away from God or toward Him. Cindi shares how women can thrive even in the hard times and... shift their focus from self to God trust their heavenly Father more with the things they cannot control turn their temporary frustrations into lasting fulfillment This book will help women turn their negative longings into positive ones. They’ll learn how to live on the edge not in frustration, but joy, as they pursue God in exciting new ways.

A Mending At The Edge

Author : Jane Kirkpatrick
ISBN : 0307459306
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 60. 57 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 810
Read : 946

Get This Book

"Of all the things I left in Willapa, hope is what I missed the most." So begins this story of one woman's restoration from personal grief to the meaning of community. Based on the life of German-American Emma Wagner Giesy, the only woman sent to the Oregon Territory in the 1850s to help found a communal society, award-winning author Jane Kirkpatrick shows how landscape, relationships, spirituality and artistry poignantly reflect a woman's desire to weave a unique and meaningful legacy from the threads of an ordinary life. While set in the historical past, it's a story for our own time answering the question: Can threads of an isolated life weave a legacy of purpose in community? From the Trade Paperback edition.

Interview Success Get The Edge Teach Yourself

Author : Julie Gray
ISBN : 9781444138894
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 58. 15 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 729
Read : 221

Get This Book

Are you facing a crucial interview and don't want to risk losing that job because you lack confidence or you think your interview skills aren't up to scratch? Fiercely practical, this book could be the answer to all your problems. Whether you only have a few hours to prepare or a few weeks, Julie Gray will guide you through all the techniques and strategies you need to give yourself the edge in a competitive market. Areas covered include: - Assessing whether you really want the job - 5 things interviewers want to know about you - Different interview types, including assessments centres - Knowing yourself and what you want - Researching your potential employer - What to expect in the questions - Knowing how to answer - Knowing what you want to ask them - Planning ahead - Getting into the zone: confidence boosters - How to dress, behave and speak - Tricky questions and how to handle them - Clawing back the positive when things don't go to plan Quick and easy to use, 'Interview Success' makes it easy to focus on the areas of importance from avoiding clichéd answers to dealing with scary interviewers!

History On The Edge

Author : Michelle R. Warren
ISBN : 0816634912
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 82. 94 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 102
Read : 1211

Get This Book

Written from a post-colonial North American perspective, this study considers the ways in which medieval British writers, in the wake of the Norman Conquest, used Arthurian historiography to reflect their fears about `colonial contamination' and about borders in general. The first half of the study examines the presentation of British history in works written on the Anglo-Welsh border. Warren then examines literature from the continent to look at British history from a Norman perspective. Parts of this study have been previously published.

On The Edge Of America

Author : Paul J. Karlstrom
ISBN : 0520088506
Genre : Art
File Size : 60. 12 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 445
Read : 1151

Get This Book

"The past quarter century has witnessed the emergence of a scholarly appreciation of American art in California. Yet assessments of the early modern (pre-1950) have been haphazard. Now in one bold volume, these scholars have remedied that deficiency. Thanks to the rich essays of this wonderful book, the art history of California--and the nation!--is graced with further light."--Dr. Kevin Starr, State Librarian of California "The authors of these essays illuminate a diverse and compelling history, one in which what happened at the geographic edges sheds new light on the European points of original. A lively and valuable contribution, not just to regional history, but to the making and transmission of modernism."--Whitney Chadwick, Professor of Art History, San Francisco State University "A welcome and overdue evaluation of the distinctive history of modernism in California, these essays sensitively explore a cultural terrain at once familiar and strange, surveying memorable achievements from painting to photography to architecture and film. The authors provocatively suggest the centrality of 'edges'--wherever they are found--to the national tale, and demonstrate it through significant developments on our western margin. A must for any serious student of American art and culture."--Charles C. Eldredge, The University of Kansas "An engrossing examination of modernist practices in California before the Abstract Expressionists and beatniks came to town. It includes art scenes peopled by Mexican muralists, European artists in exile, third-generation Californians, idealist photographers, and immigrant artisans."--Wanda Corn, Professor of Art History, Stanford University "These fascinating essays do much more than fill a major gap in our understanding of American regionalism. Their scope is superb because of the inclusive range of their definition of 'art, ' the varied ethnicities of the artists discussed, and the distinctive impact of environment, light, and culture on California art. A dazzling treasure, as pleasing to the eye as it is to the mind."--Michael Kammen, Professor of History, Cornell University

Servant On The Edge Of History

Author : Sam James
ISBN : 9780929292663
Genre : History
File Size : 36. 69 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 495
Read : 538

Get This Book

"Servant on the Edge of History" describes the Vietnam War from a perspective seldom heard: from a missionary who loved the Vietnamese people, who refused to become an American spy, but who also loved his own country. James offers insights into where and how God was at work in this war-ravaged country, where his family risked all for the sake of the Gospel.

Top Download:

Best Books