Taking Back His Bride

Taking Back His Bride
Author: Madison M. Faye
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 86
Release: 2019
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1794073345

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He was my savior, a friend, in fact a best friend, not beyond that. At least, that's what I thought.

His Bride for the Taking

His Bride for the Taking
Author: Tessa Dare
Publsiher: Tessa Dare
Total Pages: 185
Release: 2021-01-15
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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It’s the first rule of friendship among gentlemen: Don’t even think about touching your best friend’s sister. Sebastian, Lord Byrne, has never been one for rules. He’s thought about touching Mary Clayton—a lot—and struggled to resist temptation. But when Mary’s bridegroom leaves her waiting the altar, only Sebastian can save her from ruin. By marrying her himself. In eleven years, he’s never laid a finger on his best friend’s sister. Now he’s going to take her with both hands. To have, to hold…and to love. This novella was originally published in Rogues Rush In, a Regency romance duet (2018), by Tessa Dare and Christi Caldwell

Readings in African Law Volume 1

Readings in African Law  Volume 1
Author: Eugene Cotran,Neville N. Rubin
Publsiher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 462
Release: 1970
Genre: Law
ISBN: 0714662607

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Pastoral Partners

Pastoral Partners
Author: Uri Almagor
Publsiher: Manchester University Press
Total Pages: 282
Release: 1978
Genre: Dasenech (African people)
ISBN: 0719006856

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CEO Pampers His Bride

CEO Pampers His Bride
Author: Yi Bai
Publsiher: Funstory
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2020-04-24
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781648971891

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Su Yin Yin was betrayed by her fiancé, chased out of the house by her father, and scolded by the crowd. It was Kubei City that descended from the sky, took her away, and proclaimed his sovereignty to everyone.He said that Su Yin Yin was his woman. Who would dare to provoke her? They were courting death!Afterwards, none of those who had provoked Su Yin Yin had a good ending."Kubei City, thank you for helping me get everything back. I'll be leaving first!"When the deal was completed, the man took her down with a dangerous glint in his eyes, "After using her, I want to run. I want to take away my salary."As he spoke, his gaze landed on her stomach ...

His Bride for the Taking

His Bride for the Taking
Author: Sandra Hyatt
Publsiher: Silhouette
Total Pages: 192
Release: 2010-06-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781426856433

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It was understood that Prince Rafael Marconi's brother would wed Alexia Wyndham Jones. So Rafe was shocked to be tasked with escorting the American heiress to his country. Yet it proved the perfect opportunity to discover her real motives for marriage. One ounce of deceit and he'd send the beauty packing. What the royal playboy never bargained for was his fierce attraction to the bride-to-be. Alexia was more surprising, spirited…and sensual than he could have imagined. She was also strictly off-limits. How could Rafe even dare to touch, to take, a woman who was promised to another?

Taking Back Eden

Taking Back Eden
Author: Oliver A. Houck
Publsiher: Island Press
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2012-06-22
Genre: Law
ISBN: 9781610911504

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Taking Back Eden is the gripping tale of an idea—that ordinary people have the right to go to court to defend their environment—told through the stories of lawsuits brought in eight countries around the world. Starting in the United States in the l960’s, this idea is now traveling the planet, with impacts not just on imperiled environments but on systems of justice and democracy. It has brought people back into the question of governing the quality of their lives. Author Oliver Houck describes the sites under contention in their place and time, the people who rose up, their lawyers, strategies, obstacles, setbacks and victories. Written for general readers, students, and lawyers alike, Taking Back Eden tells the stories of a lone fisherman intent on protecting the Hudson River, a Philippine lawyer boarding illegal logging ships from the air, the Cree Indian Nation battling for its hunting grounds, and a civil rights attorney who set out to save the Taj Mahal. The cases turn on Shinto and Hindu religions, dictatorships in Greece and Chile, regime changes in Russia, and on a remarkable set of judges who saw a crisis and stepped up to meet it in similar ways. Spontaneously, without communication among each other, their protagonists created a new brand of law and hope for a more sustainable world.


Author: Johann Gottlieb Georgi
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 326
Release: 1780
Genre: Ethnology
ISBN: PRNC:32101074631134

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