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Hot Highland Fling

Author : Eliza March
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Genre : Fiction
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Free lance writer, Ailsa Jackson is finished dating executives. She’s looking for hot sexual fantasies with a man who fits her needs... “All muscle, stamina and no commitment.” The assignment in the UK sounds perfect when she's assigned to interview an American CEO who recently inherited lands and a title in Scotland. She tosses her inhibitions aside for the first Highlander she encounters--prepared to research all the old myths about brawny Highlanders and answer the age old, burning question: What does a Scotsman wear beneath his kilt? Colin Fitzgerald knows it's wrong to deceive Ailsa, but he can't risk her discovering his true identity before he seduces her. Unfortunately, he is everything Ailsa hates. Yet if he can become the lover she adores, perhaps he can convince her they're perfect for each other. He has one night to prove he's no stuffed shirt and three weeks to become everything she desires in a lusty lover. His adventurous lass is imaginative and willing. But can lust turn to love so quickly? And will they be ready for more than a Hot Highland Fling when their time together draws to an end?
Category: Fiction

Highland Fling

Author : Katie Fforde
ISBN : 9781446428276
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 68.11 MB
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_________________ ‘Thank goodness for Katie Fforde, the perfect author to bring comfort in difficult times. She really is the queen of uplifting, feel good romance.’ AJ PEARCE _________________ A change of scene or a change of heart? When your boyfriend calls you impulsive, what do you do? If you’re Jenny Porter, you dash off to Scotland determined to save a failing textile mill, of course. That’s how Jenny finds herself having awkward encounters with the abrasive but disconcertingly attractive Ross Grant. And then, just as things between Jenny and Ross develop into something more interesting, her boyfriend Henry arrives in Scotland. Should she do the sensible thing and follow Henry back to London? Or might her Highland adventure be more than just a fling? _________________ The whole world loves Katie Fforde's work: 'Like a good wedding, it will leave you wiping away the tears' SUNDAY EXPRESS 'Modern-day Austen. Great fun' RED 'Katie’s writing is life-enhancing and, like the love affairs, delicious. I enjoyed every minute!' ELIZABETH BUCHAN 'Top-drawer romantic escapism' DAILY MAIL 'Warm, brilliant and full of love' HEAT 'Delicious - gorgeous humour and the lightest of touches' SUNDAY TIMES 'Effortlessly lovable, warm and fun' CLOSER 'Curl up on the sofa with this book and dream ... delightful' THE LADY 'Deliciously enjoyable' WOMAN AND HOME 'Uplifting and delightful' HOT BRANDS COOL PLACES
Category: Fiction

Highland Fling

Author : Mark Hassler
ISBN : UOM:39015096360634
Genre : Keyboard music
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Category: Keyboard music

The Poetry Of World War I

Author : John H. Johnston
ISBN : WISC:89091260604
Genre : Poetry, Modern
File Size : 57.58 MB
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Category: Poetry, Modern

Highland Fling

Author : Jane Justine
ISBN : 0352345225
Genre : Fiction
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The Highland Ruby pendant is supposed to make women powerless to resist any sexual demand made upon them. Magazine writer Charlotte Harvey is researching the pendant - for an antiques magazine. Her quest leads her to a remote Scottish island where the pendant's owner - the dark and charismatic Andrew Alexander - is keen to test its powers on his guest. Alexander has a reputation for wild, and some say perverse, behaviour. In this rugged environment Charlotte discovers the truth - the hard way!
Category: Fiction

A Highland Fling

Author : Margaret Curtis
ISBN : UCAL:$B56076
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Gentlemen S Quarterly

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ISBN : IND:30000089766962
Genre : Grooming for men
File Size : 30.5 MB
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Category: Grooming for men

Square Dance

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ISBN : MINN:31951001923133W
Genre : Square dancing
File Size : 78.23 MB
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Category: Square dancing

The Great War Reader

Author : James Hannah
ISBN : UOM:39015042556970
Genre : History
File Size : 57.44 MB
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The literature of World War I captures the mayhem and spectacle of its time, when an entire generation found itself in the mouth of a juggernaut. Facing chaos, some writers also developed a literature of hope, courage, devotion, and humanity. Whether despairing or hopeful, the writing on the Great War is powerfully evocative. The Great War Reader gives many nearly forgotten writers a new audience at a most appropriate time. Memoirists, short story writers, novelists, poets, playwrights, and historians speak here again of a time that witnessed the death of the pastoral tones of the nineteenth century and the birth of the modern world. The selections here are divided into five categories: historical writings, some objectifying, some personalizing the war; letters and diaries that reflect intimate reactions to artillery barrages and quieter, saner moments; memoirs; poetry; and a range of fiction from the romantic to the bitterly cynical. Some of the selections include: -- Testament of Youth, Vera Brittain -- Undertones of War, Edmund Blunden -- The Storm of Steel, Ernst Junger -- The Diary of an Officer, Arthur Graeme West -- and poetry by Isaac Rosenberg, Georg Trakl, and Giuseppe Ungaretti Editor James R. Hannah also includes author biographies and articles from the trench newspaper, The Wipers Times, The Great War Reader is a testament to men's and women's ability to produce art of lasting value even under extreme duress.
Category: History

Anthem For Doomed Youth

Author : Jon Stallworthy
ISBN : UOM:39015056427365
Genre : English poetry
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In time of war and national calamity, numbers of people seldom seen in church will suddenly turn to religion for consolation and inspiration - and perhaps more surprisingly, just as many turn to poetry. Never was the phenomenon more clearly marked than in that war we still know as The Great War. Hundreds of those now referred to as 'the war poets' saw their work in print between 1914 and 1918; others - including some of the best - were not published until afterwards. That rather unsatisfactory label includes very different kinds of writers - Owen and Sassoon, with their poems of passionate indignation, are a far cry from Edward Thomas's bleak and oblique rural ruminations. But 'true Poets', as Wilfred Owen wrote, 'must be truthful', and Jon Stallworthy has gathered here some of the most moving and unforgettable poetry born out of the horror of the trenches. He has written brief but telling accounts of the lives and work of twelve of the most powerful of those poets who experienced and wrote about the worst war the world has ever known. Featured are: Rupert Brooke; Julian Grenfell; Charles Hamilton Sorley; Francis Ledwidge; Siegfried Sassoon; Robert Graves; Wilfred Owen; Edmund Blunden; Edward Thomas; Ivor Gurney; Isaac Rosenberg; David Jones. Illustrated with haunting images, photos and paintings.
Category: English poetry

Commentary

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ISBN : UCBK:C040153708
Genre : Jews
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Category: Jews

God Made Blind

Author : Deborah Maccoby
ISBN : UOM:39015047572717
Genre : Antisemitism
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Category: Antisemitism

Literature And Criticism

Author : H. Coombes
ISBN : STANFORD:36105047790899
Genre : Criticism
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Category: Criticism

The New Republic

Author : Herbert David Croly
ISBN : UCLA:31158003323192
Genre : Political science
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Category: Political science

Fling With Her Hot Shot Consultant Family For The Children S Doc

Author : Kate Hardy
ISBN : 1867208490
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Fling With Her Hot-Shot Consultant - Kate Hardy Time's running out...on their Highland fling! Pediatrician Georgie Jones knows how she's going to deal with the pain her cheating late husband caused - move to Edinburgh! The last thing she needs is to share a house with gorgeous consultant Ryan McGregor, but living under the same roof only intensifies their attraction! Their stolen kiss under the Northern Lights is inevitable, and potentially life-changing, if Georgie chooses to let her heart lead the way... Family For The Children's Doc - Scarlet Wilson A new job, a new city...a chance at a for ever family. Pediatric registrar Clara Connolly needs a break from heartache, so she signs up for a temporary job swap in London. After a rocky start with single dad and Head of Pediatrics, Joshua Woodhouse, the sparks of fury flying between them ignite an unexpected chemistry! Clara promised herself no more romantic distractions, but Joshua and his daughter are definitely stealing her attention...
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