Sapphire is one of four sisters named after the gems in daggers bought by their late mother in regards to a superstition. She has been betrothed to Lord Roe Sexton, a man she's never met. But when she goes to Rye to meet him, she's told he's dead, and she's married off to the evil baron instead. So she sneaks out in disguise not only to get away from her abusive husband, but to find the meaning of true love, stopping at a nearby pub in the process.
Nicholas Vaughn is Lord of New Romney and also a Baron of the Cinque Ports. He directs a fleet of ships that service the king 15 days a year in exchange for special privileges. When Muriel Draper causes havoc on his wharf, he realizes she is a spinster - a woman who spins wool for a living - from the town. Her late father has angered the Clothmaker's Guild and now Muriel and her brother have been excommunicated from the guild and also left with a debt to the baron that he insists Muriel repays.
"A Rollercoaster of a romantic romp!"
Lord Nyle of Sheffield needs a wife so he can carry on his secret mission for the king. However, after losing three wives in a matter of months, he is sure their deaths were not accidents as it seemed, but rather they were murdered. Now to catch the murderer that he believes to be inside his castle walls, he chooses a wife as bait who he knows can wield a sword and hold her own against any attacker.
"Great story. Spunky & fun leading lady."
One of the most fascinating aspects of World War II was Japan's use of suicide pilots known around the globe as kamikazes, though the Japanese referred to them as Tokubetsu kōgekitai ("Special Attack Units"). Translated as "God Wind", "Divine Wind", and "God Spirit", kamikazes would sink 47 Allied vessels and damage over 300 by the end of the war, but the rise in the use of kamikaze attacks was evidence of the loss of Japan's air superiority and its waning industrial might.
Prequel to the Daughters of the Dagger series
Mirabelle de Burgh is desperate to give her husband an heir. She's heard of the superstition that to buy a jeweled dagger from a blind old hag would ensure her of conceiving a child. One child for each dagger bought.
The old hag she hunts down has many jeweled daggers, but Mirabelle has limited coins and wants many children. Her greed gets her in trouble and she finds herself in a predicament which causes many circumstances in her life to change.
Four jeweled daggers and four daughters, each with a story, and a surprise later in life that none of them would ever suspect, in Daughters of the Dagger.
"A great prequel!!"
Catherine Martin is trapped. Either she weds an elderly man and commits to a marriage without love or continues living with the father who believes her guilty of murder, having one foot outside the asylum. Catherine picks marriage to the duke of Ashton, Grant Fielding. However, when she stays with the Fielding family before the wedding, she doesn't plan on falling in love...with Grant's nephew, Nicholas.
Although Twain spent the first 30 years of his life working odd jobs, his printing background, sharp wit, and humor helped establish him first as a journalist and later an author. His writing career took off in 1865, after his humorous short story "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" was published.
Francis Marion, hero of the American Revolution or anti-hero? Ride alongside the man, the myth, the legend. Read the interwoven stories of his men within the story. See the cruelty that created a nation. Learn about the idealized barbarity of men to dedicate and consecrate a land for the lost and hopeless, the wretched masses yearning to be free. Based on true events.
Chris Machin may think he's just a teacher, but the bottom feeders in Aberdeen squabbling over North Sea oil and gas contracts prefer to use his code-name - Sparrow. When his garden explodes he takes flight, unleashing various forms of Scottish mayhem. More complications are added by his ex girlfriend and a sociopathic policeman whose hobbies are violence, making arrests and, best of all, combining the two.
It is time to take the devil by the horns, so to speak. With wit and wisdom, Eric Reynolds takes us on an insightful journey through the whys and hows of decision making. This book isn't just for the desperate dieters and habit-ridden Harrys. It's for everyone who ever has or ever will make choices - this means you! Besides humorous examples and profoundly beautiful depth, this audiobook contains the tools to really change, to really reclaim your power of choice. Choose it!
You might be wondering what qualifies me to write this audiobook in the first place. I can tell you that I am not your fly-by-night indie author who is just trying to make a quick buck online. I have ghostwritten over 125 books and sold them on Fiverr.com to many clients, some of them which have earned me upwards of $600+ flat fee for writing. I received a 100% five-star satisfaction rating from my clients. In January of 2015, three of my clients came back to me and stated that their books (the ones I wrote for them) topped the best seller lists in their respective categories.
Consulting the Happiness and a Healthier You/i> guide could provide looked-over lifestyle options or changes that appeal to you and make a real difference in your life. Many people may balk at the idea of consulting a guide for advice on ways to improve or add to their lifestyle. But people often forget things, even the most obvious things; sometimes, the things that seem obvious are the first to be looked over or forgotten.
Most persons have a strong desire to be a little bit better than they currently are, but the process of doing so can be exceptionally difficult. This is why it is a good idea to use a step-by-step guide. The guide is able to show persons a couple of simple things they can do, and it helps them to keep focused on their goals. The guide also helps person to avoid focusing on things that don't matter, and helps to keep one focused on things that will actually help them.
A highly selective and secretive group of grave robbers are recruiting on campus. They want evidence and "seeing is believing." Curious and eager to know the rules, to be "in," Martin Henniger finally gets his day...or night. At his first robbery, the crypt of Saint Adelaide in Bavaria, a rare but exciting thing happens. The six very different, flawed, and strange members converge on 10th century Italy, necessarily and somewhat deftly assuming roles in the fateful plot that surrounds the Queen Adelaide.