Wolf Six s Salvation

Wolf Six s Salvation
Author: Krista Lakes
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 226
Release: 2014-01-12
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1494761610

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A concerned sister... Chloe Madison would do anything to find her missing brother. When she stumbles upon some information that leads her to a nearby military science facility, she doesn't hesitate to sneak under the barbed wire fence and steal some files. Everything seems to be going to plan. That is, until a handsome soldier finds her with her hands in his filing cabinet. Instead of reporting her, he lets her go. She hurries home, his golden eyes all she can think of. A broken soldier... Captain Jackson Wolfe just returned from a hellish tour of duty in Afghanistan. Scarred and hiding terrible secrets, he is sent to a desk job. He just recently found out the hard way that he was a werewolf. Not only that, as far as he knows, he's the only one of his kind. He knows he shouldn't be around people and keeps to himself until he sees Chloe stealing files. He knows he should stop her, but her scent and something in her eyes stops him. A coverup worth killing for... When Wolfe follows Chloe to the library, he discovers that he's not the only one of his kind. Someone doesn't like that Chloe has been digging around, threatening to expose the secrets of her brother and the wolf shifters. In fact, they're willing to kill to stop her. Wolfe knows that he must protect Chloe. After all, she may be the only thing that can save him from himself. A scent hung in the air that made something primal in the pit of his stomach tighten and ache with joy. The hair on the base of his skull tingled and his eyes lit up with a golden fire. He could barely detect it, even with his enhanced senses, but what he could smell was something that sent shivers of pleasure down his spine. He gave a smooth about-face, sucking air into his nose to try and fill himself with the scent. It was flowers and sunshine with just a touch of something that made him start to ache with want. His feet carried him forward, his nose pulling in the scent like a rope as he worked down the hallway toward the Records Room. The door to the room was ajar, letting out a thin sliver of yellow light onto the dark hallway floor. He whined softly with anticipation as the scent grew stronger the closer he came to the golden light. Moving softly, he crept up to the door, peeking through the thin slit to peer inside. A girl in mint green scrubs and a blue winter jacket sat kneeling on the floor. Her light brown hair was pulled back into a ponytail that trailed down her back in soft tendrils. It took all his willpower not to reach out and touch it to feel its silky softness and bury his face in her scent...

Kisses From Jack The Other Side of a Billionaire Love Story

Kisses From Jack  The Other Side of a Billionaire Love Story
Author: Krista Lakes
Publsiher: Krista Lakes
Total Pages: 150
Release: 2022
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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Finally, kisses from the billionaire's point of view... Jack Saunders wanted one last hurrah before taking the mantle of DS Oil & Gas, the billion-dollar company that his father founded. His friend, Owen, let him borrow his mansion on a tropical island so that he could throw a final party before "marrying" the business that would dominate the rest of his life. He brought his secretary, Brandy, hoping that he could kindle a relationship that would last through the long days and nights of running a company. However, while the party was great, the gold digging woman he brought was not, and Jack resigned himself to a lifetime of loneliness. That was until he took a walk down the beach and met her. A woman who didn't recognize him from the tabloids and only saw him, the man behind the money. Of all the women Jack had ever met, there was nobody like Emma LaRue. With one pretend marriage ceremony, she would change his life forever, and become the only one he ever wanted to give his saltwater kisses to. This novella is the first half of Saltwater Kisses written from Jack's point-of-view, with a few bonus scenes thrown in as well. It contains the first half of Saltwater Kisses as a sample and also throws in the cast of all the Kisses books in an ensemble that is sure to make any of Krista Lakes' fans happy! --- Emma pushed open her door and nearly stepped inside before he caught her. “What do you think you're doing?” Jack asked, his eyes twinkling. Despite running along the beach, he wasn't out of breath from running. He was out of breath controlling himself with Emma. It had taken every ounce of willpower he processed to get her back to the hotel room. The only reason he had managed to wait was that it was technically their wedding. He was looking forward to this part. “Opening the door?” Emma cocked her head to the side, confused. She had sprinted just as hard to get back here. With a fluid motion, Jack scooped her up in his arms. She giggled as she realized what he was doing, wrapping her arms around his neck and holding him close. She pressed her nose into his throat and inhaled, taking in the scent of him. It made his heart race with primal need. He carried her to the bedroom, setting her down gently on the floor. She held onto him for an extra moment, as if she were soaking him into her skin. When she looked up at him, her long lashes fluttering over sea-green eyes, his heart melted into a puddle on the floor. She stepped back and in a one smooth motion raised the hem of her sundress up and over her head. All she had on was a pair of tiny white panties. Jack's breath caught and all the need he had been keeping tamped down came roaring to life...

Beyond Words What Wolves and Dogs Think and Feel A Young Reader s Adaptation

Beyond Words  What Wolves and Dogs Think and Feel  A Young Reader s Adaptation
Author: Carl Safina
Publsiher: Roaring Brook Press
Total Pages: 176
Release: 2020-04-21
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 9781250144669

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Eye-opening, wise, and filled with triumphant and heartbreaking stories about the wolf population at Yellowstone (as well as some personal anecdotes about dogs), Carl Safina's Beyond Words: What Wolves and Dogs Think and Feel accessibly explores the mysteries of animal thought and behavior for young readers. Weaving decades of field research with exciting new discoveries about the brain, and complete with astonishing photos, Beyond Words offers an extraordinary look at what makes these animals different from us, but more importantly, what makes them similar, namely, their feelings of joy, grief, anger, and love. These similarities between human and nonhuman consciousness and empathy allow the reader to reexamine how we interact with animals as well as how we see our own place in the world.

The Frenzy War

The Frenzy War
Author: Gregory Lamberson
Publsiher: Medallion Media Group
Total Pages: 445
Release: 2012-10-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781605424521

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Two years have passed since NYPD Captain Tony Mace hunted down and slew Janus Farel, the rogue werewolf who terrorized New York City. Mace now pushes paper in the K-9 unit as he waits to retire, aware that a species of peaceful Wolves lives among city residents. The Brotherhood of Torquemada, hell-bent on the WolvesÕ extinction, dispatches a team of assassins to wipe out the Wolves residing in NYC. Each assassin has been trained since childhood to fulfill this destiny, and each possesses a revered silver sword, the Blade of Salvation. When the NYPD and the FBI determine that the Wolves and Torquemadans are engaged in a secret battle, they choose Mace to lead a covert, joint task force charged with preventing a citywide panicÑat any cost. But MaceÕs wife, Cheryl, is a journalist who threatens to uncover the ancient war that has found its way to our shores. Battle lines are drawn, loyalties are tested, bonds are broken, and blood is shed in a war unlike any seen by modern man.

Wolf on the Run

Wolf on the Run
Author: N.J. Walters
Publsiher: Entangled: Select Otherworld
Total Pages: 150
Release: 2017-07-31
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781640630208

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Cherise and her mother had to run from their pack when everyone realized Cherise couldn’t shift. Now her mother’s gone, murdered by the hunters after them, and Cherise is all alone and out of options. When the people she’s running from catch up to her in Salvation, North Carolina, she’s saved by the biggest, baddest werewolf she’s ever seen. Disposing of the intruders on his pack’s land is easy for Cole, but convincing the skittish woman the trespassers were after that she’s safe is another story. He recognizes her as his mate right off, and he’ll protect her no matter what, even if it means risking everything to face her former pack. Cherise never thought she’d find a wolf she could trust, but she’s never met a Salvation wolf before now, and her mate is not about to let anything come between them. Each book in the Salvation Pack series is a standalone story that can be enjoyed in any order. Series Order: Book #1 Wolf at the Door Book #2 Wolf in her Bed Book #3 Wolf on the Run Book #4 Wolf from the Past Book #5 Wolf on the Hunt Book #6 Wolf on a Mission Book #7 Wolf in his Heart

The Six Days of Creation

The Six Days of Creation
Author: William Graeme Rhind
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 339
Release: 1855
Genre: Bible and science
ISBN: UOM:39015039277093

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Cervantes Epic Novel

Cervantes  Epic Novel
Author: Michael Armstrong-Roche
Publsiher: University of Toronto Press
Total Pages: 406
Release: 2009
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 9780802090850

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This study sets out to help restore "Persiles" to pride of place within Cervantes's corpus by reading it as the author's "summa," as a boldly new kind of prose epic that casts an original light on the major political, religious, social, and literary debates of its era.

The Creation Illustrated by Six Engravings on Steel Exhibiting the Progressive Advance of Creation in a Series of Letters from a Father to His Children Etc

The Creation  Illustrated by Six Engravings on Steel Exhibiting the Progressive Advance of Creation      in a Series of Letters from a Father to His Children  Etc
Author: William Græme RHIND
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1842
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: BL:A0020087928

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Running Wolf

Running Wolf
Author: Jenna Kernan
Publsiher: Harlequin
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2015-06-16
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9780373298396

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Rival tribes… Running Wolf is a valiant Sioux warrior. During his first raid as war chief, he captures a surprising Crow enemy—a woman! This spirited fighter is unlike any he's ever met. Her beauty and audacity are entrancing, but threaten his iron resolve… …rival passions Snow Raven must focus on freeing herself, not on the man who keeps her captive. But as she falls deeper under Running Wolf's spell, she realizes he is her warrior—and she'll risk everything for him!

Wolf Among Wolves

Wolf Among Wolves
Author: Hans Fallada
Publsiher: Melville House
Total Pages: 816
Release: 2010-05-25
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781933633923

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This sweeping saga of love in dangerous times is deemed by many to be Hans Fallada’s greatest work. Set amidst the 1923 collapse of the German economy, it is a vivid portrayal of the food and money shortages that led to rioting in the cities and unemployed soldiers marauding through the countryside—a depiction of unrest that made Fallada’s publisher so fearful of Nazi retribution that upon the book’s 1937 publication he told him, “If this book destroys us, then at least we’ll be destroyed for something that’s worth it.” It appears here in its first unabridged English translation, based on the 1938 translation by Philip Owens that has been revised and restored by Thorsten Carstensen and Nicholas Jacobs. Carstensen also provides an afterword discussing why the original version of the book was so heavily edited . . . and why Fallada’s publisher thought a love story might get them killed. *** This is a HybridBook. Melville House HybridBooks combine print and digital media into an enhanced reading experience by including with each title additional curated material called Illuminations—maps, photographs, illustrations, and further writing about the author and the book. The Melville House Illuminations are free with the purchase of any title in the HybridBook series, no matter the format.

Hugo Wolf and his M rike Songs

Hugo Wolf and his M  rike Songs
Author: Susan Youens
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 203
Release: 2000-06-22
Genre: Music
ISBN: 9781139427951

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Viennese composer Hugo Wolf produced one of the most important song collections of the nineteenth century when he set to music fifty-three poems by the great German poet Eduard Mörike. Susan Youens reappraises this singular collaboration to shed new light on the sophisticated interplay between poetry and music in the songs. Wolf is customarily described as 'the Poet's Composer', someone who revered poetry and served it faithfully in his music. Yet, as Youens reveals, this cliché overlooks the rich terrain in which his songs are often at cross purposes with his chosen poetry. Although Wolf did much to draw the world's attention to the neglected Swabian poet, his musical interpretation of the poetry was also influenced by his own life, psychology and experiences. This book examines selected Mörike songs in detail, demonstrating that the poems and music each have their own distinctive stories which at times intersect but also diverge.

Wolf Mountains

Wolf Mountains
Author: Karen R. Jones
Publsiher: University of Calgary Press
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2002
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 9781552380727

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"This book documents the changing tenets of landscape preservation and species protection in preserves of the United States and Canada through a capacious study of canine history."--BOOK JACKET.

Norbert Elias and Violence

Norbert Elias and Violence
Author: Tatiana Savoia Landini,François Dépelteau
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 232
Release: 2017-03-20
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781137561183

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This book presents key conceptualizations of violence as developed by Norbert Elias. The authors explain and exemplify these concepts by analyzing Elias’s late texts, comparing his views to those of Sigmund Freud, and by analyzing the work of filmmaker Michael Haneke. The authors then discuss the strengths and shortcomings of Elias’s thoughts on violence by examining various social processes such as colonization, imperialism, and the Brazilian civilizing process—in addition to the ambivalence of state violence. The final chapters suggest how these concepts can be used to explain difficulties in implementing democracy, grappling with memories of violence, and state building after democracy.

The Wolf Man s Magic Word

The Wolf Man s Magic Word
Author: Nicolas Abraham,Maria Torok
Publsiher: U of Minnesota Press
Total Pages: 132
Release: 2005-10-01
Genre: Psychology
ISBN: 9780816648580

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An innovative literary analysis of Freud's "Wolf Man."

The Songs of Hugo Wolf

The Songs of Hugo Wolf
Author: Eric Sams
Publsiher: Faber & Faber
Total Pages: 416
Release: 2011-11-03
Genre: Music
ISBN: 9780571280926

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With a foreword by the legendary accompanist, Gerald Moore, Eric Sams' study (Faber 1961, revised 1983) is a notable landmark in the establishment of Wolf as one of the supreme masters of German song. Comprehensively revised and enlarged in 1983, the main subject matter remains the 242 published songs that Wolf wrote for voice and piano, though the Ibsen songs for voice and orchestra are also discussed. English translations are provided and the backgrounds to the original poems by Morike, Eichendorff and Goethe, as well as the Italian and Spanish sources from which the songbooks were drawn, are fully explored. Each song is dated, its keys identified and vocal range determined. 'This is the most important book in the English language on the songs of Hugo Wolf since Ernest Newman proclaimed the composer's genius in 1907 . . . To the English-speaking student this work is a treasure to which he will find himself returning again and again: it is indispensable to those of us anxious to gain a deeper knowledge of Wolf.' Gerald Moore