It all begins on one of the worst days of Lily's life. She just lost the London leg of the 1823 Airship Grand Prix. To top it off, a harlequin fleeing from constables shoved a kaleidoscope down her pants, told her to fly to Venice, then threw himself from her airship tower. What's a girl to do? For Lily, the answer is easy: Drink absinthe and smoke opium.
"Great steampunk adventure"
Mattie O'Neal is on the run. She's chopped off her hair, stolen a car, changed her name, and is hiding in a tiny Arizona town, slinging hash. She thought she was safe - until Zeke Shephard walked through the door. Rugged, hard-edged Zeke doesn't get involved - but there's something about Mattie's courage that catches his sympathy. When the thugs who want to silence Mattie forever show up, Zeke steps in and takes her to his own private hide away, where the two must decide if the link between them is worth fighting for...and if they can stay alive long enough to explore it.
"Perfect Contempary Story"
Sure, it lists the typical benefits you'll find in other introductory hot yoga books, such as increased mobility of the muscles and joints. But this guide explores in depth the lesser-known benefits of all that your body can expect to attain. It is succinctly packed with requisite information for those looking to get started, including how to find the right instructor, and how to pay attention to those signals your body is giving you.
Seventeen-year-old Allie Anderson's telekinetic powers are anything but useful - she can't bring her father back, can't stop her mother's downward spiral into alcohol, and can't keep her from falling in love with Ethan Bradley. Loving Ethan is easy, but it comes with a hefty price: Ethan is prohibited by his people from interacting with mortals - because he isn't mortal himself. When Allie and Ethan's love is discovered, there's someone who will do anything to keep them apart.