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Megan S Mark

Author: Lora Leigh
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101147023
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In the first book of her erotic new series, Lora Leigh invites you to an intriguing world where genetically altered Breeds and the humans who created them commingle—and sometimes cross the boundaries of desire… Cursed with the extraordinary power to feel other peoples’ emotions, Megan Fields has tucked herself away in a remote corner of New Mexico, working as a small-town sheriff’s deputy. She finds solace in the silence and heat of the desert. But when Breeds begin dying on her watch, Megan realizes that the secrets from her past can’t stay buried forever. Someone is out for blood—her blood. An arrogant Feline Breed, Braden Arness broods with feral intensity. His mission to solve the mysterious murders brings him to Megan, a woman who accosts his senses like no other. Only with him can she let down her guard—and surrender to the insatiable hunger that wracks her body. But as they team up to hunt the elusive killers, Braden and Megan find themselves becoming the prey…

Lora Leigh The Breeds Novels 1 6

Author: Lora Leigh
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101579099
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Animal hungers and human emotions entwine like strands of DNA in these six novels in the sexy paranormal series featuring the genetically engineered Breeds and those who created them—from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Lawe’s Justice and Deadly Sins. Megan’s Mark Harmony’s Way Tanner’s Scheme Dawn’s Awakening Mercury’s War Coyote’s Mate

Lora Leigh The Breeds Novels 7 11

Author: Lora Leigh
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101644486
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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Stygian’s Honor and Deadly Sins—five novels in the series featuring the genetically engineered Breeds—paranormal adventures filled with intense animal passion and compelling human emotion. Bengal’s Heart Lion’s Heat Styx’s Storm Navarro’s Promise Lawe’s Justice

Harmony S Way

Author: Lora Leigh
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440622175
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From the New York Times bestselling author of Rule Breaker, sink your fangs into Lora Leigh’s series about genetically-altered humans with feline DNA. When the Breeds desire the passions of the flesh, they can’t help but get frisky... Harmony Lancaster is of the Lion breed, created to be a huntress with a thirst to kill. But the way she seeks justice outside of the law makes her a liability to her own kind. Yet she also possesses information that they need on the existence of the First Leo—who holds the precious secrets of desire. To save her life, Harmony is paired with Sheriff Lance Jacobs, who tries to tame the killer within her, while protecting the gentle woman he longs to possess. But a dangerous cult leader, bent on destroying the Breeds, could change the way Lance looks at Harmony forever… From the Paperback edition.

Animal Stories

Author: Susan McHugh
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 0816670323
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How cross-species companionship is figured across a variety of media--and why it matters.

Metaphors Of Change In The Language Of Nineteenth Century Fiction

Author: Megan Perigoe Stitt
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198184423
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This book examines three major nineteenth-century writers in the context of the models of progress emerging from contemporary studies in geology and language. The deployment of varieties of speech in their novels throws light on how different genres--fictional and scientific--affected the century's use of metaphor and its often contradictory theories of progress.

Two Worlds Of Wm March

Author: Roy S. Simmonds
Publisher: University Alabama Press
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“Described by José Garcia Villa as America’s ‘greatest short story writer,’ by Alistair Cooke as the ‘the unrecognized genius of our time,’ and by his biographer as ‘one of the most remarkable, talented, and shamefully neglected writers that America has pro- duced,’ William March (1893–1954) is remembered, if at all, for The Bad Seed, which March ironically regarded as his worst work. The emphasis in The Two Worlds of William March is on the literary career, and we get a fairly full picture of a hardworking, oversensitive, compassionate bachelor, who suffered a tragic breakdown late in life . . . [and] whose best long works, Company K and The Looking-Glass, as well as March himself are almost forgotten. . . . Simmonds’s comprehensive, scholarly, and sympathetic study may redress this unwarranted neglect.” —CHOICE

Theatre World 1983 1984

Author: John Willis
Publisher: Crown Pub
ISBN: 9780517556818
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Scenes from the plays and portraits of leading actors accompany a statistical record of the current season