Cross Check a Marriage Contract Novel

Author: Colleen Masters
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781533178749
Format: PDF, Mobi
Download Now
Fallen NHL superstar Jamison King needs to marry me...in order to keep the keys to his empire.We grew up together, me the bookish nerd, him the rich popular jock.To make matters worse, my parents worked for his, they were the groundskeeper and housekeeper of the King estate my entire life.But now that Jamison's parents are gone, he needs me to run his father's company-his father's dying wish was that we get married to align our interests...I have a feeling we'll be aligning much more than that if Jamison gets his way.And he always does.This novel is a full-length contemporary sports romance novel. Contains harsh language and graphic sexual content. Readers 18++No Cliff.

Crosschecked A Novel

Author: Paul Conley
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 125771144X
Format: PDF, Docs
Download Now
Gordie Kluchuk is a professional hockey goalie who's on top of his game, but bottoming out in life. His hockey life becomes jeopardized when his team relocates from hockey-friendly Canada to the comparative hockey wasteland of Houston, Texas. Certain that his move will not be for the best, Kluchuk wants out of the situation. But all this changes when he meets a waitress named Carmen Corazon. Now, with his life running on all cylinders, Kluchuk must make a choice: The game Or the girl It's a tongue-in-cheek romantic comedy set against the exciting backdrop of the National Hockey League.

Women Writers and the Hero of Romance

Author: J. Wilt
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137426985
Format: PDF
Download Now
Women Writers and the Hero of Romance studies the nature of the hero and his meaning for the female seeker, or quester, in romance fiction from Wuthering Heights to Fifty Shades of Grey. The book includes chapters on Wuthering Heights, Middlemarch, The Scarlet Pimpernel, The Sheik, and the novels of Ayn Rand and Dorothy Dunnett.

Partly Colored

Author: Leslie Bow
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 9780814791325
Format: PDF, Kindle
Download Now
Talking at Trena's is an ethnography conducted in a bar in an African American, middle-class neighborhood on Chicago's southside. May's work focuses on how the mostly black, working- and middle-class patrons of Trena's talk about race, work, class, women, relationships, the media, and life in general. May recognizes tavern talk as a form of social play and symbolic performace within the tavern, as well as an indication of the social problems African Americans confront on a daily basis. Following a long tradition of research on informal gathering places, May's work reveals, though close description and analysis of ethnographic data, how African Americans come to understand the racial dynamics of American society which impact their jobs, entertainment--particularly television programs--and their social interactions with peers, employers, and others. Talking at Trena's provides a window into the laughs, complaints, experiences, and strategies which Trena's regulars share for managing daily life outside the safety and comfort of the tavern.