Tanner is about ti put is playboys activities on hold but he never encounter that Scheme the daughter of a evil man that was using breeds for his our sake. But Tanner kidnapped Scheme hoping to draw out her father and confront him on his activities. Well all Tanners scheming got him a mate the he has mixed feelings towards but after everything they went through to keep Scheme save from her father and husband their feelings and their connection came out a winner. What got me was Tanner thought Scheme was meant for Cabal since they were twins but Cabal didnt show no signs of the mating, I cant wait to read Cabals story.
Many complexities are in this story. Old and new characters keep it active.
Plus good recipes and serving ideas. Hard to stop reading once into the story.
Anya trusted and fell for Del-Ray since she first met at a tender age of 16, she was trying to rescue the coyote's there where at the labs she was in since she was a child and her family have been helping in the labs, she is the reason why the only 5 female coyote's that she befriended and saved them from death as many others. DelRay know after meeting this woman child- his worlds- that he will betrayal her. 4 years later after Anya has had enough of Del Ray's waiting, he has been rescuing the breeds she help transport to a different lab and he got them into his pack but he still refused to rescuer the ones in her labs. After her finial confrontation and told him to basically get his butt in gear or she will have to be put into another Council place and there will be no hope. She never thought from the last meeting and until she got back to the labs he decided to finally rescue. She managed to save two doctors from being murdered but she got all her friends out and the breeds saved but when Del Ray got to her and shot her cousins and her father she felt the betrayal deep down, but he also forced the mating heat onto her with out her consent and for eight mouths she she made him pay for what he did to her. After 8 long months DelRay and his team are back and he is going to mate his mate and find away to keep her safe no matter if his entire base will turn against each other, his pack vs Anya's Russian pack after his brother threaten Anya since Del Ray would not acknowledge Anya as hie packs Coya, head female. On top of DelRay's betrayal, they have a feline traitor in Base out to kill Anya, Anya's duties as coya is questions a lot, and her loss of the title, not to mention a slutty woman that Anya has caught touching Del Ray a few times and finds out they were lovers before Del Ray claimed Anya but not to mention the other times she didnt catch Sofia with her hands on Del Ray. There is a lot of emotions in this book and you can also feel Anya hurt through out this story.
Liked the premise and the fact it was set in the older West. Good vs evil played well here. The main character was a man with a past he could't remember, but he overcame the hard man he had been before.
I enjoyed what seemed like "a fated to be" romance between Cara and Josh. Josh had been two years ahead of Cara in school and had a penchant for gently teasing her. Enjoyable characters and their closeness with their community. Was not crazy with the spanking or sometimes thoughtless hurtful way Josh talked to Cara.
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." ― Edmund Burke
Elliot, a kid that WAS the victim of bullying moves to a new school for a fresh start. But the PTSD associated by his earlier problems is constantly aggravated by the even more insidious bullying in his new school. This time he's managed to avoid being the target of the bullies and is even invited to become one of the perpetrators. Does he have the courage to suffer the fate he fears awaits those who turn the bullies down?
Bullying is an important topic and it deserves thinking about but for most of its length this book is as bleak as they come.
I'd say that this is an important read but certainly not an enjoyable one. It's the literary equivalent of spinach. You may know that it's good for you but you still probably won't enjoy the experience of consuming it.
Most people are so sure that this book is a lie, but really think about it. How would you know? This woman went through some very horrifying situations. Just because you know Catholics and their sweet to you doesn't mean anything. They are not the same people from the book. Not all Catholics are the same and do the same things, so once again, how would you know? She has her own personal experience and took those and shared them with anyone who was willing to read them. You can believe it or not but that doesn't change the truth. We may not know if it's true or not but there is one who does, Jesus. I don't know about you, but that's all I care about. If you really want to know the truth then pray about it. Ask god to give you a revelation.
They tried to kill his lion when he was in the labs, and nothing can bring it back. Ria was the granddaughter of the Leo and has been sent to Sanctuary to find the traitor on the inside by her oldest uncle Dane. Ria has a few secrets only a few people know about and one that no one knew. Mercury is her secret crush she has followed him and learned all about him but she never figured she would be shadowed by this man 24/7. Once Mercury sees Ria his lion awakened but his lion will only come out when the man is unaware but he will come out once in a while since Ria didn't not create a mating heat in Mercury but since the beginning Ria feared Mercury will never lover her like a true mate will, so she is fighting her heart and him but he gets under her skin, Until he old mate comes back from the dead has Ria hurt, broken and betrayed by the lion that she had loved her all her heart. Mercury has to deal with not just Ria but the lioness the had feelings for in the labs, but also a traitor in house that had been selling mating information.
Phew! It took me about 3 weeks but I made it through all 771 pages of this massive novel that in essence was about a young man, Theo, who lost his mother during a terror attack on an art museum in New York and who during the chaos of the explosion, was able to make off with the classic painting "The Goldfinch" by Fabritius. Along the way, Theo lives with a well-to-do family in New York, the Barbours, moves to Las Vegas with his wayward father, then back to New York to live and become partners with an antique furniture restorer, Hobie, who was the partner of another person killed in the art museum explosion. Throughout Theo's moves, he is able to keep the "Goldfinch" a secret and hidden away. While in Las Vegas, Theo becomes friends with Boris, a fast-talking schemer from the Ukraine who has traveled the world with his father. Boris is probably to me the most interesting character in the book and he plays a key role throughout along with "the Goldfinch" itself. Overall, I did enjoy the novel and thought Tartt's writing was eloquent; however, I think the story could have been shortened drastically. I just thought there was way too much detail although much of it kept me fascinated including details about the art world and antique furniture.
If you love inspiring stories about people trapped in Nazi Germany, you have to read this book. Very quick read; scary, funny and incredibly sad in such a slim volume. It is like reading a private diary. I highly recommend this.
Combination of 3 mysteries by 3 great mystery writers.
This book was a fascinating look into the cult that was Hare Krishna. If you were born after the 1970's you may never have heard of this group of shaved-head, robe-wearing hippie types. They used to hang out in public places, chanting and begging for money. The group achieved a certain notoriety when the Beatles were dabbling in mysticism in the late 60's.
Because of power struggles within the group's hierarchy, violence and several murders ensued before the cult was dissolved.
This is the best horror novel that I have ever read and I see why it is considered a classic. The horror is great, especially because of the vivid descriptions. I enjoyed the characters, but the scientist who didn't believe in ghosts got on my nerves. It wouldn't be a problem in real life, but it bugged me because it is in a ghost story. There is quite a bit of sexual scenarios caused by the ghost who haunts the house so for that reason and the violence, it is definitely only a book for adults and mature teens. I was always wondering what would happen next, such as what ghostly happening would happen next.
I first watched the anime and fell in love with it. It's so much like the anime that I enjoy reading it over and over again. It's somewhat a reverse harem but more of a romance/comedy. A in the of cast of characters and school and you got one great manga!
This is the first western that I have read and it is a great book. The cowboy action, great characters, and the villains made this fun to read.
The main character Davy Nelson is a nice guy, but I do like that he will only resort to violence when it is necessary and it's usually to protect people that he cares about.
I really enjoyed this book. The whole series has been fabulous. The books keep getting better and better. Was completely surprised at the ending.
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A wonderful touch of Native American culture. The poems seem really authentic. I liked it.
Good story from Debbie Macomber! Interesting characters in a beautifully described location. Recommended!
I didn't enjoy it much....lots going on in my life so I didn't finish it.
Arrived on time and in good condition.
I have read all 4 of the Tradd Street books and can say I found it hard to put any of them down..Karen White is a wonderful writer, I would recommend every book I have read of hers so far. All characters are so lifelike and there is romance, mystery, sadness and happiness in each of these books. Plus they take place in the south which I find very interesting.
Nic Shef , in my opinion is such an overly spoiled, entitled brat. Sure, he may come from a broken home at an early age but these days that seems to be the norm! I really enjoyed reading this book because it gives you insight on this sort of "poor lil rich kid" lifestyle. He has life in the palm of his hand and yet he chose the "rig" in his arm. It gets slightly boring in the middle.. but once you get over that hump it picks up again! Now I know what it's like to be a drug addicted spoiled brat-- I would love to read a TRUE comeback story! Someone please show me a memoir by a poverty stricken drug addict that MADE IT and it clean, sober and prosperous without having to ride the coattails of mommy or daddy!