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King Of The Streets Queen Of His Heart

Author: Porscha Sterling
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781535454711
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When 21-year-old college student, Shanecia Jones came home from college, her entire world was turned upside down when she found her mother in the bedroom, nearly dead from a drug overdose. Always eager to be the one to set things right for the people she loved, she decided, against the urgings of her cousin, Maliah, to confront the leader of the new gang in Liberty City who is responsible for serving her mother's addiction. But once she meets Legend, her life really begins to change. Legend, the unofficial leader of a group of brothers known as the D Boys because of their last name, is not only the youngest of the crew, he is the most savage of them all which is how he got his name. After being confronted by Shanecia, he decided to spare her life and let her leave but, for some reason he can't explain, he is unable to keep her out of his mind and eventually decided he had to make her his. But when he finds out that Shanecia is connected with his enemy in more ways than one, it makes him question how loyal a love they could really have. Shanecia's cousin, Maliah, is in love with Danny, the father of her children and her first love whom she has been with since high school but there is just one problem: Danny, who was once a highly paid street hustler, is now addicted to the very drugs he'd sold to others and he owes a very large debt to Mello, the head of the crew Danny is apart of, who also happens to be Legend's #1 enemy. In order to get back the money Danny owes and to take care of her three children, Maliah starts dancing at a strip club which is where she meets Murk, Legend's brother. When she starts to fall for one of the D Boys while still officially in a relationship with Danny who works for the opposing gang, it puts her in the middle of a street war that she is not sure she wants to take part in. Will she side with her heart, that is pointing her towards Murk or will she stick with the first man she's ever loved and help turn him back into the man he once was? The streets of Miami are savage and ruthless but they are nothing in comparison to what happens when love is thrown into the equation. Will love prevail or will the streets reign supreme over all? Find out in this legendary love story.

King Of The Streets Queen Of His Heart 2

Author: Porscha Sterling
ISBN: 9781537118161
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Legend is quickly becoming the official King of the Miami streets but, even in the midst of his ruthless personality and thuggish nature, Shanecia continues to show him what it's like to be loved.In this legendary sequel, Legend is dealing with how it feels to come close to losing the one he loves after Shanecia is taken by Mello but once he gets her back, he vows to not only have his revenge but to never lose her again. However, the more Shanecia is shown a side of Legend that she'd only heard of but never knew existed, the more she wonders if she's really about that street life. Determined to hold on to a relationship that has quickly become more important to her than life, she decides to stick it out and stand by his side. But at what cost?Legend is consistently making changes to try to become the man that Shanecia needs as he comes to terms with the reality that he's started to love someone more than he's ever loved any other before. But in doing so, he realizes that he has to face his dark past. In the midst of all these changes, he also discovers that someone close to him may be betraying him. When his sister, Cush, delivers news of the possible resurfacing of a long-lost enemy, he finds himself stuck between his emotional struggle of learning to love a woman in the way that she deserves while also protecting her from his enemies in his streets. But with Shanecia's sister near death because of his decisions, will he end up losing it all?After learning that Danny is not dead, Maliah finds herself in a situation where she is left with her heart torn between two men. Although she knows that Danny means her no good, she can't ignore the fact that he's the father of her children and she wants the best for him, even if she chooses to stay with Murk. At the same time, she has a strong suspicion that Murk is the cause for Danny almost being killed although he continues to deny it. For the sake of her heart and her children, she decides to stick it out with Murk but Danny is determined not to let go. When a series of events occurs leaving Murk to question her loyalty, will she be able to escape with her life?

The Heart And Stomach Of A King

Author: Carole Levin
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812207726
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In her famous speech to rouse the English troops staking out Tilbury at the mouth of the Thames during the Spanish Armada's campaign, Queen Elizabeth I is said to have proclaimed, "I may have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king." Whether or not the transcription is accurate, the persistent attribution of this provocative statement to England's most studied and celebrated queen illustrates some of the contradictions and cultural anxieties that dominated the collective consciousness of England during a reign that lasted from 1558 until 1603. In The Heart and Stomach of a King, Carole Levin explores the myriad ways the unmarried, childless Elizabeth represented herself and the ways members of her court, foreign ambassadors, and subjects represented and responded to her as a public figure. In particular, Levin interrogates the gender constructions, role expectations, and beliefs about sexuality that influenced her public persona and the way she was perceived as a female Protestant ruler. With a new introduction that situates the book within the emerging genre of cultural biography, the second edition of The Heart and Stomach of a King offers insight into the continued fascination with Elizabeth I and her reign.

The Enchanted Kingdom Trilogy

Author: Jasmuheen
ISBN: 1409252736
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Three books in one to form a most uplifting trilogy by metaphysical author Jasmuheen. Queen of the Matrix - Fiddlers of the Fields; King of Hearts - The Field of Love; and Elysium - Shamballa's Sacred Symphony.The Elysium prophecy states:- When the Queen of the Matrix returns the King to her heart, peace will come to all on Earth, regardless of their part. And when compassion sets the pace all will find new rhythms, a peace within, and a peace without, to last beyond millenniums.A cross between Harry Potter, Star Wars, the Matrix movies and the realms of C.S. Lewis, this new trilogy of fiction weaves in some of the aboriginal dreamtime legends while offering insights on past lives and future lives; perfect love and profound love plus parallel worlds. All of this is covered in this enchanting trilogy which will enlighten and entertain all ages.

War With A Silver Lining

Author: Gordon L. Heath
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773577114
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Gordon Heath's A War with a Silver Lining is a ground-breaking analysis of why the Canadian Protestant churches enthusiastically supported the war effort. Extensive archival research allows Heath to show how the churches' concern for international justice, the development of the nascent nation Canada, the unifying and strengthening of the empire, and the spreading of missions led to passionate and widespread support for the war effort.

The Kings And Queens Of Roam

Author: Daniel Wallace
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 147670399X
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From the celebrated author of Big Fish comes an imaginative, moving novel about two sisters, their dark legacy, and the magical town that entwines them. Helen and Rachel McCallister, who live in a town called Roam, are as different as sisters can be: Helen, older, bitter, and conniving; Rachel, beautiful, naïve—and blind. When their parents die suddenly, Rachel has to rely on Helen for everything, but Helen embraces her role in all the wrong ways, convincing Rachel that the world is a dark and dangerous place she couldn’t possibly survive on her own…or so Helen believes, until Rachel makes a surprising choice that turns both their worlds upside down. In this new novel, southern literary master Daniel Wallace returns to the tradition of tall tales and folklore made memorable in his bestselling novel Big Fish. Wildly inventive and beautifully written, The Kings and Queens of Roam is a big-hearted tale of family and the ties that bind.

Rhetoric And The Discourses Of Power In Court Culture

Author: David R. Knechtges
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295802367
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Key imperial and royal courts--in Han, Tang, and Song dynasty China; medieval and renaissance Europe; and Heian and Muromachi Japan--are examined in this comparative and interdisciplinary volume as loci of power and as entities that establish, influence, or counter the norms of a larger society. Contributions by twelve scholars are organized into sections on the rhetoric of persuasion, taste, communication, gender, and natural nobility. Writing from the perspectives of literature, history, and philosophy, the authors examine the use and purpose of rhetoric in their respective areas. In Rhetoric of Persuasion, we see that in both the third-century court of the last Han emperor and the fourteenth-century court of Edward II, rhetoric served to justify the deposition of a ruler and the establishment of a new regime. Rhetoric of Taste examines the court�s influence on aesthetic values in China and Japan, specifically literary tastes in ninth-century China, the melding of literary and historical texts into a sort of national history in fifteenth-century Japan, and the embrace of literati painting innovations in twelfth-century China during a time when the literati themselves were out of favor. Rhetoric of Communication considers official communications to the throne in third-century China, the importance of secret communications in Charlemagne�s court, and the implications of the use of classical Chinese in the Japanese court during the eighth and ninth centuries. Rhetoric of Gender offers the biography of a former Han emperor�s favorite consort and studies the metaphorical possibilities of Tang palace plaints. Rhetoric of Natural Nobility focuses on Dante�s efforts to confirm his nobility of soul as a poet, surmounting his non-noble ancestry, and the development of the texts that supported the political ideologies of the fifteenth-century Burgundian dukes Philip the Good and Charles the Bold.

Charles The Heart Of A King

Author: Catherine Mayer
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0753550806
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The Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller '[The book that] made headlines around the world.' Independent He has lived his whole life in the public eye, yet he remains an enigma. He was born to be king, but he aims much higher. A landmark publication, Charles: The Heart of a King reveals Prince Charles in all his complexity: the passionate views that mean he will never be as remote and impartial as his mother; the compulsion to make a difference and the many and startling ways in which the heir to the throne of the United Kingdom and fifteen other realms has already made his mark. The book offers fresh and fascinating insights into the first marriage that did so much to define him and an assessment of his relationship with the woman he calls, with unintended accuracy, his 'dearest wife': Camilla. We see Charles as a father and a friend, a serious figure and a joker. Life at court turns out to be full of hidden dangers and unexpected comedy. Poignant, funny and often surprising, the first significant study of the Prince in over a decade reveals a man in sight of happiness yet still driven by anguish and a remarkable belief system, a charitable entrepreneur, activist, agitator and avatar of the Establishment who just as often tilts against it. Based on multiple interviews with his friends and courtiers, palace insiders and critics, and access to Charles himself during research lasting more than a year, this biography explores the Prince’s philanthropy and his compulsive interventionism, his faith, his political leanings and the philosophy that means when he seeks harmony he sometimes creates controversy. Gripping, at times astonishing, often laugh-out-loud, this is a royal biography unlike any other.