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Duke Of My Heart

Author : Kelly Bowen
ISBN : 9781455536801
Genre : Fiction
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2017 RITA award winning author! Scandal can be handled... Captain Maximus Harcourt, the unconventional tenth Duke of Alderidge, can deal with tropical storms, raging seas, and the fiercest of pirates. But he's returned home from his latest voyage to find a naked earl - quite inconveniently deceased - tied to his missing sister's bed. And he has only one place to turn. Now he's at the mercy of the captivating Miss Ivory Moore of Chegarre & Associates, known throughout London for smoothing over the most dire of scandals. Miss Moore treats the crisis as though it were no more serious than a cup of spilt tea on an expensive rug. As though this sort of thing happened on the job every day. Max has never in all his life met a woman with such nerve. Her dark eyes are too wide, her mouth is too full, her cheekbones too sharp. Yet together, she's somehow...flawless. It's just like his love for her, imperfect, unexpected - yet absolutely true.
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Othello

Author : William Shakespeare
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Dark Prince

Author : Eve Silver
ISBN : 9780986935794
Genre : Fiction
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Between Everything And Us

Author : Rebecca Paula
ISBN : 0990739538
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Matisse Evans is determined to make her sophomore year of college successful after failing out of a prestigious art school and spending a horribly boring gap year at home. Despite her focus, time isn't on her side as she struggles to hold down three jobs so she can afford her first apartment while juggling course work. In the chaos of it all, Beau Grady moves in and shakes up her world. A college dropout and tattooed bad boy, the rumors about Beau mean one thing for Matisse-trouble. Paralyzed by the fear that she's missing out on life, Matisse discovers plans may unravel, but what rises in their wake can be worth the uncertainty. After spending the summer couch surfing, Beau Grady moves into an empty room at his ex-girlfriend's Portland bungalow, skipping his senior year of college to spend his days working at a Vietnamese food cart instead. Once a star hockey player and gifted student, he's put his life on hold after receiving a life-altering diagnosis, complacent to live in the moment. Hiding behind false rumors and bad habits, Beau falls for Matisse, letting her believe the worst until their relationship blooms into something they both can't ignore. Falling for her means having to face a future he'd rather forget, but loving her just might be worth it.
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The Wallace

Author : Blind Harry
ISBN : 9781847674692
Genre : Fiction
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Edited and Introduced by Anne McKim. This extraordinary poem has been widely popular and influential ever since it was written in the fifteenth century, and its heroic account of the swordfighter Wallace was to symbolise the cause of liberty and independence to many other countries and cultures in the centuries to come. Looking back to the days of the Bruce and the war of independence, Blind Harry’s poem is not an aristocratic tale of chivalry and nobility, but a vivid account of the vagaries of war and the brutal realities of battle, wounding and betrayal, all seen from the point of view of the troops in the field. The fruit of many years of scholarship, Anne McKim has produced what is unquestionably the definitive edition of this truly epic work. ‘The story of Wallace poured a Scottish prejudice in my veins which will boil along there till the floodgates of life shut in eternal rest.’ Robert Burns
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The Rookery Rogues

Author : Erica Monroe
ISBN : 9780990022992
Genre : Fiction
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Boxed Set containing books 1-3 of the bestselling dark historical romantic suspense series, The Rookery Rogues: A Dangerous Invitation (Book 1) Torn from her life of privilege by her father's death, Kate Morgan is now a fence for stolen goods in the rookeries. The last man she expects to see again is Daniel O'Reilly, who swore to love her but instead fled amidst accusations of murder. One drunken night cost Daniel everything. To win back the life he had, he must prove he's innocent of murder and convince Kate he's no longer a scoundrel. Secrets in Scarlet (Book 2) Poppy O'Reilly has crafted a new life in the Spitalfields rookery for herself and her young daughter, one that depends on keeping her past hidden. But when the murder of a fellow factory worker brings Sergeant Thaddeus Knight of the Metropolitan Police into her life, the very man who could discover her past is the one she can't live without. Beauty and the Rake (Book 3) Abigail Vautille dreamed of escaping Whitechapel, until a tragic incident left her scarred and penniless. Now to save her family from debtor's prison, she strikes a bargain with the rogue who owns her father's debts: for two weeks, she'll give him her body, but not her heart. But Inspector Michael Strickland sees the beauty inside her, not the beast she believes herself to be.
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Introduction To Recreation Services For People With Disabilities 4th Ed

Author : Charles C. Bullock
ISBN : 1571678077
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Introduction to Recreation Services for People With Disabilities continues to reflect a broad-based explanation of the role of practitioners in the interrelated fields of therapeutic recreation, inclusive recreation, and special recreation. This fourth edition represents a major revision, including the most current research and thinking about the interdisciplinary fields of recreation and disability studies. This book is intended to be an introductory text for all students in parks and recreation/leisure studies departments. Every student, whether she or he intends to work in a provincial park or a state hospital, a community recreation center or a community mental health center, a public school or a cruise ship, needs a basic level of knowledge about people with disabilities. The central theme of this book is that people with disabilities are people who have the same needs and wants as anyone else and deserve the right to be at the center of their services. Each person with a disability is a person first, not a disability. Recreation services must be centered around the person who is being served. That is, whether treatment-oriented recreation therapy, goal-oriented special recreation, or activity-oriented inclusive recreation, it is the person and not the professional or even the activity that must be at the center of service delivery. It is our hope that you will begin to see people with disabilities as people as you learn about recreation and therapeutic recreation services. If you emerge from this book (or your class) with this person-centered knowledge, then you will have learned a lot about how to provide recreation services to people with disabilities. Whether or not you happen to be a person with a disability, our more earnest hope is that you will emerge with a commitment to ensure that people with disabilities are treated as people who are at the center of their programs and services. This means that you will become an advocate, maybe even a zealot, on behalf of people with disabilities. You will encourage friends and colleagues to use people-first and respectful language. You will refrain from jokes that perpetuate stereotypes. You will be part of a new breed of recreation and therapeutic recreation professionals who celebrate differences and strive to provide person-centered and responsive services.
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A Dangerous Invitation

Author : Erica Monroe
ISBN : 9780990022909
Genre : Fiction
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Scoundrels, thieves and rebels inhabit the rookeries—where the women are fierce and the men are dangerous. SHE’S GIVEN UP ON LOVE, AND WANTS ONLY INDEPENDENCE... Torn from her life of privilege by her father’s death, Kate Morgan survives in London’s dark and depraved rookeries as a fence for stolen goods. The last man she ever expects, or wants, to be reunited with is her first love, who promised to cherish, honor and protect her, and instead fled amidst accusations of murder. HE’S THE REFORMED RAKE DETERMINED TO WIN HER BACK. One drunken night cost Daniel O’Reilly the woman he loved. If he ever wants to reclaim Kate—and his old life—he’ll not only have to prove he’s innocent of murder, but convince the pistol-wielding hellion that he’s no longer the scoundrel he once was. Together, they’ll have to face a killer. Time is running out... –––––––- *2014 Daphne du Maurier Excellence in Romantic Suspense Finalist in Published Historical Romance* A Dangerous Invitation is a dark, gritty, and sexy romantic suspense about the working class of pre-Victorian England. It is a full-length standalone historical romance, and is book one in the Rookery Rogues series.
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Notes And Queries

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044005279161
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