Iron Lust

Author: Keely Jakes
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781773393902
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Treat Daniels is the newest trainer in The Gym while James Christian has been working there since they opened the doors. The attraction between them is immediate and intense. When James is injured and calls for help, Treat can't help but respond, which starts a hot and heavy affair. Love is in the air as they work with their clients, and each other. The only problem is, James won't discuss their relationship at The Gym, leaving Treat to wonder if he'll ever be able to tell the world they're together. Then James takes on a new client who tries her damnedest to come between them. Will she cause a rift they can't overcome? Will Treat get James to talk about their relationship at work? Or will Treat have to learn to live in the closet with his man?

Cajun Thunder

Author: Keely Jakes
Publisher: XinXii
ISBN: 3962463194
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Becker Baptiste ist auf der Flucht. Er wurde nach Paladin geschickt, um dort Hilfe zu suchen. Erschöpft und am Ende seiner Kräfte, versucht er seine wenige Monate alte Nichte Sabine vor dem Tod zu bewahren. Als ihm auf der Straße in die Stadt ein nackter Mann über den Weg läuft, ist er besorgt, weil dies vielleicht nicht der richtige Ort ist, um sich vor Sabines Mutter zu verstecken. Roane Jackson hatte die Suche nach seinem Gefährten schon aufgegeben, aber als Becker mit einem Baby in den Armen auftaucht, ist Roane klar, dass sein Leben sich auf mehr als eine Art verändern wird. Wird Becker akzeptieren, dass der nackte Mann sie als Gefährten bezeichnet? Wird er Sabine vor ihrer Mutter beschützen können? Wird Roane sich je etwas anziehen? Ein homoerotischer Liebesroman für Erwachsene mit explizitem Inhalt. Jeder Band dieser Reihe geht auf die romantische Beziehung eines anderen Paares ein. Um die gesamte Handlung sowie die Geschichte aller Figuren zu erfahren, empfiehlt es sich, alle Bände in der Reihenfolge ihres Erscheinens zu lesen. Dies ist Band 5 der Reihe. Länge: rund 21.300 Wörter

Kiss of Pride

Author: Sandra Hill
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062063855
Format: PDF, Docs
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“Her books are always fresh, romantic, inventive, and hilarious.” —New York Times bestselling author Susan Wiggs Trust the always original, wonderfully fun Sandra Hill to do the wildly unexpected! With Kiss of Pride, the New York Times bestselling author—best known for her steamy and hilarious romance novels featuring lusty Viking heroes and heroines—turns the paranormal romance genre upside-down…with the first in a seductive new series that features Viking vampire angels! A refreshingly unique, utterly satisfying love story that puts the “super” in supernatural, Kiss of Pride tells the tantalizing tale of a lady reporter who falls under the sway of a sexy Norse vampire on a thousand-year mission who might be an angel too good to be true…or too devilishly bad to resist!

Radisq Beyond the Veil 1

Author: Toby Aden
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand
ISBN: 1682953912
Format: PDF, Kindle
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[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, HEA] By the general law of their species, once a royal fae hit one hundred, the fae was to spend a year touring the four kingdoms. However, for Prince Radisq, it would be his first journey away from all he was familiar with.The celebration held in honor of his hundredth birthday marked not only his sojourn into the other kingdoms but also marked his first foray into finding his mate, with the mating call only occurring once every hundred years, and only lasting a few months. For Aaeren, the firstborn son of the fire kingdom, he had never known love of the soul mate kind. In fact, he didn't believe in it, nor want it. After all, what need had he of someone constantly underfoot when he could enjoy the camaraderie of other sports. He had no desire to partake in the water prince's celebration, but during their first meeting, sparks fly and resistance is futile. ** A Siren Erotic Romance

Sonic Interventions

Author: Sylvia Mieszkowski
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042022949
Format: PDF, ePub
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Sonic Interventions makes a compelling case for the importance of sound in theorizing literature, subjectivity and culture. Sound is usually understood as our second sense and – as our belief in a visually dominated culture prevails – remains of secondary interest. Western cultures are considered to be predominantly visual, while other societies are thought to place more importance on the acoustic dimension. This volume questions these assumptions by examining how sound differs from, and acts in relationship to, the visual. It moves beyond theoretical dichotomies (between the visual and the sonic, the oral and literature) and, instead, investigates sonic interventions in their often multi-faceted forms. The case studies deal with political appropriations of music and sounds, they explore the poetic use of the sonic in novels and plays, they develop theoretical concepts out of sonic phenomena, and pertain to identity formation and the practice of mixing in hip hop, opera and dancehall sessions. Ultimately, the book brings to the fore what roles sound may play for the formation of gendered identity, for the stabilization or questioning of race as a social category, and the conception of place. Their intricate interventions beckon critical attention and offer rich material for cultural analysis.

River Tourism

Author: Bruce Prideaux
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1845934687
Format: PDF
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This book explores river tourism from a range of perspectives including river uses, heritage, management, environmental concerns, and marketing. The book has 15 chapters and an index. The intended readership includes researchers and students of leisure and tourism.

The Cultural History of Plants

Author: Sir Ghillean Prance
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135958106
Format: PDF, ePub
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This valuable reference will be useful for both scholars and general readers. It is both botanical and cultural, describing the role of plant in social life, regional customs, the arts, natural and covers all aspects of plant cultivation and migration and covers all aspects of plant cultivation and migration. The text includes an explanation of plant names and a list of general references on the history of useful plants.

Moving History Dancing Cultures

Author: Ann Dils
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
ISBN: 0819574252
Format: PDF, ePub
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This new collection of essays surveys the history of dance in an innovative and wide-ranging fashion. Editors Dils and Albright address the current dearth of comprehensive teaching material in the dance history field through the creation of a multifaceted, non-linear, yet well-structured and comprehensive survey of select moments in the development of both American and World dance. This book is illustrated with over 50 photographs, and would make an ideal text for undergraduate classes in dance ethnography, criticism or appreciation, as well as dance history—particularly those with a cross-cultural, contemporary, or an American focus. The reader is organized into four thematic sections which allow for varied and individualized course use: Thinking about Dance History: Theories and Practices, World Dance Traditions, America Dancing, and Contemporary Dance: Global Contexts. The editors have structured the readings with the understanding that contemporary theory has thoroughly questioned the discursive construction of history and the resultant canonization of certain dances, texts and points of view. The historical readings are presented in a way that encourages thoughtful analysis and allows the opportunity for critical engagement with the text. Ebook Edition Note: Ebook edition note: Five essays have been redacted, including “The Belly Dance: Ancient Ritual to Cabaret Performance,” by Shawna Helland; “Epitome of Korean Folk Dance”, by Lee Kyong-Hee; “Juba and American Minstrelsy,” by Marian Hannah Winter; “The Natural Body,” by Ann Daly; and “Butoh: ‘Twenty Years Ago We Were Crazy, Dirty, and Mad’,”by Bonnie Sue Stein. Eleven of the 41 illustrations in the book have also been redacted.

Food and Nutrition

Author: Paul Fieldhouse
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1489932569
Format: PDF, ePub
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As someone who was trained in the clinical sdentific tradition it took me several years to start to appreciate that food was more than a collection of nutrients, and that most people did not make their choices of what to eat on the biologically rational basis of nutritional composition. This realiza tion helped tobring me to an understanding of why people didn't always eat what (I believed) was good for them, and why the patients I had seen in hospital as often as not had failed to follow the dietary advice I had so confidently given. When I entered the field of health education I quickly discovered the farnaus World Health Organization definition of health as being a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease. Health was a triangle -and I had been guilty of virtu ally ignoring two sides of that triangle. As I became involved in practical nutrition education initiatives the deficiencies of an approach based on giving information about nutrition and physical health became more and more apparent. The children whom I saw in schools knew exactly what to say when asked to describe a nutritious diet: they could recite the food guide and list rich sources of vitamins and minerals; but none of this intellectual knowledge was reflected in their own actual eating habits.