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Venomous Alien Warrior

Author: Penelope Fletcher
Publisher: Penelope Fletcher
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"She is mine to protect, mine to shelter, mine to feed and mine to cover. When she is weak, I shall be her strength. She was stolen from her world by our captors. Now her survival is my responsibility. It is her duty to endure my lust, respect my nest mates and honour our union with offspring. I revere this giver of life, as is the way." ~ Venomous One, formerly of Rök, enslaved gladiator Abducted from Earth and transported to a slave planet in an unknown galaxy, Lumen finds herself, shackled, naked and put on display before an alien horde. Told the males will battle for the right to slake their lusts with her body, she would become the slave of slaves. Venomous One, a proud warrior enslaved, has given up hope of returning to his home world and finding a life mate. When a female is tossed into the arena his soul demands he claim her. Winning his mate by Right of Might, he vows to protect Lumen and be a good provider, no matter how ugly her human appearance. Rescued by Venomous’ people, the couple face space pirates, the condemnation of an alien government, galactic war, and a deadlier threat from within the warrior’s own kindred.

Emotion In The Tudor Court

Author: Bradley J. Irish
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 0810136414
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Deploying literary analysis, theories of emotion from the sciences and humanities, and an archival account of Tudor history, Emotion in the Tudor Court examines how literature both reflects and constructs the emotional dynamics of life in the Renaissance court. In it, Bradley J. Irish argues that emotionality is a foundational framework through which historical subjects embody and engage their world, and thus can serve as a fundamental lens of social and textual analysis. Spanning the sixteenth century, Emotion in the Tudor Court explores Cardinal Thomas Wolsey and Henrician satire; Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, and elegy; Sir Philip Sidney and Elizabethan pageantry; and Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex, and factional literature. It demonstrates how the dynamics of disgust,envy, rejection, and dread, as they are understood in the modern affective sciences, can be seen to guide literary production in the early modern court. By combining Renaissance concepts of emotion with modern research in the social and natural sciences, Emotion in the Tudor Court takes a transdisciplinary approach to yield fascinating and robust ways to illuminate both literary studies and cultural history.

Savage

Author: Jenika Snow
Publisher: Total-e-bound
ISBN: 1781844178
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Dalia wants to start her life over, but she didn't count on that life involving two shape-shifting alpha males. When a fight with the Alphas of the Luecross pack forces mates, Alric and Sam, to either submit or leave, the males take the latter option. They could never bow down no matter how much their instincts tell them to obey. After leaving the pack they'd always known, Alric and Sam take residence high in the mountains, answering to no one but themselves. But when Dalia, a lost and injured female wolf stumbles upon their home, the two wolves know that they have found their mate...in a female. Two males finding out they share the same mate isn't a rarity, but for these two Luecross wolves, it will take everything in their power to curb the beasts inside that demand supremacy. Dalia is running from an abusive past. When two rough and savage looking men save her from imminent death, Dalia senses safety and protection with the unknown wolves. As she heals physically and mentally, she finds herself fighting the powerful pull her mind and body have towards the two males. But submitting her body and emotions to the two wolves isn't the only thing she has to worry about. With her past threatening to take her away from the only happiness she has ever felt in her life, Dalia must decide if she is going to submit to a dark past, or give in to the men that have taught her there is more to life than fear and pain. Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of anal sex, double penetration, MM sex. Also contains some violence, non-consensual touching and mention of off-screen rape resulting in pregnancy.

I Never Knew There Was A Word For It

Author: Adam Jacot de Boinod
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141963530
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From 'shotclog', a Yorkshire term for a companion only tolerated because he is paying for the drinks, to Albanian having 29 words to describe different kinds of eyebrows, the languages of the world are full of amazing, amusing and illuminating words and expressions that will improve absolutely everybody's quality of life. All they need is this book! This bumper volume gathers all three of Adam Jacot de Boinod's acclaimed books about language - The Wonder of Whiffling, The Meaning of Tingo and Toujours Tingo (their fans include everyone from Stephen Fry to Michael Palin) - into one highly entertaining, keenly priced compendium. As Mariella Frostup said 'You'll never be lost for words again!'

Asper Nation

Author: Marc Edge
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The second generation of Aspers that now runs Canada's largest news media company is much like the first. Israel "Izzy" Asper's three children often appear in today's headlines. David is bidding to buy the Winnipeg Blue Bombers football team. Gail heads fundraising efforts for the new Canadian Museum of Human Rights. Leonard sits in his father's place as head of CanWest Global Communications. Like its founder, they also use their media empire to influence public opinion. Asper Nation explains why Canadians should be concerned about where the country's first family of news media is coming from, politically. Izzy Asper was an oddity as a Liberal politician in the 1970s. Fiscally, he was to the right of most Conservatives. As a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, he called for a flat tax and "workfare." As a best–selling author, he helped thwart a plan to shift Canada's tax burden from the middle class onto corporations. But when Asper took his policies to Manitobans as Liberal leader in 1973, he was soundly defeated. Asper got into the television business instead and built Canada's third network. Asper made CanWest the country's most profitable broadcaster by feasting on regulations that encouraged the importation of cheap American programming. He took his formula to the world in the 1990s, buying television networks in New Zealand, Australia, and Ireland. Then in 2000, Asper pioneered media "convergence," buying Canada's largest newspaper chain from Conrad Black. Southam dailies were soon ordered to run "national" editorials written at CanWest Global headquarters in Winnipeg. This corporate news control brought protest from journalists and two government inquiries. Neither resulted in long–sought limits on media ownership, however. Marc Edge offers a compelling account of the political perils involved in allowing the Asper family to dominate Canadian media.

Latter Day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia

Author: Andrew Jenson
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ISBN: 9781589580275
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In the Preface to the first volume Jensen writes, "On the rolls of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are found the names of a host of men and women of worth - heroes and heroines of a higher type - who have been and are willing to sacrifice fortune and life for the sake of their religion. It is for the purpose of perpetuating the memory of these, and to place on record deeds worthy of imitation, that [this set] makes its appearance."With over 5000 biographical entries of "heroes and heroines" complete with over 2000 photographs the L.D.S. Biographical Encyclopedia is an essential reference for study of early church history. Nearly anyone with pioneer heritage will find exciting and interesting history about ancestors in these volumes

Fall

Author: Claire Kent
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ISBN: 9781544171135
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As a pilot and a smuggler, Lenna has spent her life flying under the radar in Coalition space--taking care of herself, not relying on anyone. She's always liked it that way.But now she's stranded without any resources on a stone-age planet, and the only way to survive is to hook up with a bunch of cavemen. She'll do whatever she needs to do in order to survive in their world--even if it means letting one of them take her as a mate.She doesn't expect to like it. Or like him. Or lose her heart in the process.

Dreaming In The World S Religions

Author: Kelly Bulkeley
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 9780814791196
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From Biblical stories of Joseph interpreting Pharoh’s dreams in Egypt to prayers against bad dreams in the Hindu Rg Veda, cultures all over the world have seen their dreams first and foremost as religiously meaningful experiences. In this widely shared view, dreams are a powerful medium of transpersonal guidance offering the opportunity to communicate with sacred beings, gain valuable wisdom and power, heal suffering, and explore new realms of existence. Conversely, the world’s religious and spiritual traditions provide the best source of historical information about the broad patterns of human dream life Dreaming in the World’s Religions provides an authoritative and engaging one-volume resource for the study of dreaming and religion. It tells the story of how dreaming has shaped the religious history of humankind, from the Upanishads of Hinduism to the Qur’an of Islam, from the conception dream of Buddhas mother to the sexually tempting nightmares of St. Augustine, from the Ojibwa vision quest to Australian Aboriginal journeys in the Dreamtime. Bringing his background in psychology to bear, Kelly Bulkeley incorporates an accessible consideration of cognitive neuroscience and evolutionary psychology into this fascinating overview. Dreaming in the World’s Religions offers a carefully researched, accessibly written portrait of dreaming as a powerful, unpredictable, often iconoclastic force in human religious life.