The Bedding Of Boys
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|Author||: Edward Lorn|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
Regina Corsi is a monster, the vilest of predators. Her desire for young boys is only matched by the bloodlust that overcomes her once the sex is finished. But she's grown hasty in her hunting. And only a special friend can keep her disturbing appetites a secret. Nevada Barnes is fourteen, and, emotionally speaking, still very much a child. When his stable home life is thrown into turmoil by an unexpected visitor, he escapes into the arms of an older woman, where he will find his own desire growing stronger each and every day. In the small town of Bay's End, Regina and Nevada dive head first into a relationship doomed for disaster, a sex-fueled madness neither will be able to satiate. But Regina's special friend is impatient and will not be distracted by their love affair. It will feed, whether Regina wills it to or not. For the bedding of boys has consequences that reach far beyond the legal ramifications of her actions. When Ghost is hungry, only death will do.
|Author||: Virna DePaul|
|Editor||: Virna De Paul|
This bad boy is ready to work some magic… Identical twin and Las Vegas performer Max Dalton has always been the number one bad boy in his family, and he’s appreciated the women and fame that comes along with his reputation. Now, with his brother married to the love of his life and expecting a family of his own, Max sees what being a playboy has cost him. Grace Sinclair is on a mission when she comes to Vegas, one that involves asking Max, her best friend’s brother-in-law, to give her the pleasure no man’s ever been able to. She suspects Max has more layers than he lets people see, but she’s determined to keep her heart safe even as she offers him her body. After all, Max can give her what she wants, but not what she needs–her own family. For that, she has a plan that doesn’t include Max. Will Grace see beyond Max’s bad boy façade long enough to trust him with her heart? And will Max figure out what he really wants before he loses the one woman who makes him believe in love again? The Bedding The Bachelors Series: Book 1: Bedding The Wrong Brother (Rhys) Book 2: Bedding The Bad Boy (Max) Book 3: Bedding The Billionaire (Jamie) Book 4: Bedding The Best Friend (Ryan) Book 5: Bedding The Biker Next Door (Cole) Book 6: Bedding The Bodyguard (Luke)** Book 7: Bedding The Best Man (Gabe)** Book 8: Bedding The Boss (Eric)** **Coming Soon
|Author||: Pamala Lavan|
The book is totally fiction, but should make you laugh as you imagine your brothers, cousins or local boys in the same situations that the boys in the book find them in. Although I don’t think you should try any of the techniques on a boy, as it would be terribly embarrassing for him. The book starts with various sections, about controlling boys by various girly means – a how to guide and also various suggestions of things to do with them, when under your control, before reading the stories themselves. The main section contains about 12 stories, with boys of ages from 6 to 12 or so, but the main story of 8-year old Tom and his young 7-year old sister, Pam, is very large and so is interspersed, between the other stories with Tom Continued - Parts B to L, to stop you getting bored, with the one boy, being put through his paces by his sister.
|Author||: Anne O'Grady,Vanessa Cottle|
There is a growing demand for educational professionals to develop a more critical understanding of the key and emerging debates in education so that they can better meet the challenges and demands placed upon them. Exploring Education at Postgraduate Level represents a range of perspectives from educational experts to academic researchers, and highlights the key issues surrounding contemporary education. Organised into three parts and drawing on key issues in education theory, policy and practice, the book considers areas such as SEN, evaluating learning, ESOL and gender. Featuring reflective questions, case studies and summaries of core ideas, the chapters include: Troublesome learning journey; Applying educational thinkers to contemporary educational practice; Values production through social and emotional learning; Policy research: In defence ad hocery?; We are all critically reflective now: The politics of critical reflection in higher education and in the work place; Developing critical thought about SEN; The refuge of relativism. Aimed at supporting students on Masters-level courses, this acessible but critically provocative text is an essential resource for those wishing to develop a more critical understanding of the role, purpose and function of educational systems and practices.
|Author||: Lynn McDonald|
|Editor||: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press|
Florence Nightingale on Society and Politics, Philosophy, Science, Education and Literature, Volume 5 in the Collected Works of Florence Nightingale, is the main source of Nightingale’s work on the methodology of social science and her views on social reform. Here we see how she took her “call to service” into practice: by first learning how the laws of God’s world operate, one can then determine how to intervene for good. There is material on medical statistics, the census, pauperism and Poor Law reform, the need for income security measures and better housing, on crime, gender and the family. Her comments on a new edition of The Dialogues of Plato are given, with their impact on the revision of the next edition. We see Nightingale’s condemnation of Plato’s “community of wives,” with her stirring approval of love (even outside marriage!), marriage and the family. In this volume also her views on natural science, education and literature are reported. Nightingale was an astute behind-the-scenes political activist. Society and Politics publishes (much of it for the first time) her correspondence with such leading political figures as Queen Victoria, W.E. Gladstone and J.S. Mill. There are notes and essays on public administration and personal observations on various members of royalty, prime ministers and ministers, and Indian viceroys. Nightingale’s support of the vote for women (contrary to much in the secondary literature) is here shown. Correspondence and notes on British general elections from 1834 to 1900 is reported, with letters to and for (Liberal) political candidates and fierce condemnations of Conservatives. Currently, Volumes 1 to 11 are available in e-book version by subscription or from university and college libraries through the following vendors: Canadian Electronic Library, Ebrary, MyiLibrary, and Netlibrary.
|Author||: Edward Stratemeyer|
In the spring of 1775, determined to help free the colonies from British rule, sixteen-year-old Roger Morse and his friends organize their own military company and find themselves participating in the first battles of the Revolution at Lexington and Concord.
|Author||: George Wickham|
|Author||: Jamie O'Neill|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Praised as “a work of wild, vaulting ambition and achievement” by Entertainment Weekly, Jamie O’Neill’s first novel invites comparison to such literary greats as James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and Charles Dickens. Set during the year preceding the Easter Uprising of 1916—Ireland’s brave but fractured revolt against British rule—At Swim, Two Boys is a tender, tragic love story and a brilliant depiction of people caught in the tide of history. Powerful and artful, and ten years in the writing, it is a masterwork from Jamie O’Neill. Jim Mack is a naïve young scholar and the son of a foolish, aspiring shopkeeper. Doyler Doyle is the rough-diamond son—revolutionary and blasphemous—of Mr. Mack’s old army pal. Out at the Forty Foot, that great jut of rock where gentlemen bathe in the nude, the two boys make a pact: Doyler will teach Jim to swim, and in a year, on Easter of 1916, they will swim to the distant beacon of Muglins Rock and claim that island for themselves. All the while Mr. Mack, who has grand plans for a corner shop empire, remains unaware of the depth of the boys’ burgeoning friendship and of the changing landscape of a nation.
|Author||: William Henry Rideing|
The author, a member of the Geographical Surveys under Lt. Wheeler, U.S. Army Engineers, presents a series of adventures based on first hand knowledge of the West, Colorado, the Rocky Mountains, Indians, buffalo, and the period of the middle 1850s, with scores of illustrations by Thomas Moran and other artists of the period, and including a rewrite of John Wesley Powell's report on his transit of the Grand Canyon.
|Author||: P. R. Westlund|
It may be difficult to climb to the top of the world, but it's impossible to get down. Through the Himalayas, through Nepal--trekking through these pages you will laugh, love, learn. You will be battered, beaten, bruised. With each rocky step, each frosty breath, each innocent smile, each respectful "namaste," you will slowly shed your old skin and rewrap yourself in a pattern so different that your friends won't recognize you when you've returned. Neither will you. Join me on a journey through ancient culture, timeless traditions, and natural marvels. Tour a spectacular kingdom of brilliant peaks, lush farmland, and rushing rivers where the welcoming smiles from natives are as pervasive as their own poverty and illiteracy. Experience the joy inherent in simplicity. Experience Nepal. Once you've gone, you can never go home.
|Author||: Michael Lee-Allen Dawn|
To end a famine, the people of Qaralon have been driven to the stars in search of a good farming planet; now, the scouts have finally found one teeming with life. The problem is, it’s also teeming with humans, a stubborn species that doesn’t give up without a fight. After fifty years of brutal war, Earth is trying to find balance, peace, and hope once again. Born and raised on his parents’ ship, the Universe Explorer, during the war, Jonathon Casey is a true child of the stars. Everyone assumes that he will run his own ship one day, but Jonathon had other ideas. He becomes a child therapist instead—but he can’t resist the call of the open skies for long and returns to space to protect the earth. But now that the fighting has ended, his attentions shift back to caring for the children of war, those innocents who have lost everything. Despite the best efforts to protect them, many are damaged, scarred, and lost. For those left behind, the government-run homes are far from a safe sanctuary. The kids do whatever they need to do to survive on the streets, and it is to this group of scrappy survivors that he was drawn. To bring his new dream to life, Jonathon pulls the old family spaceship out of retirement and recruits twenty boys from the streets for his new crew. Not even Captain Casey could have predicted what these young men were capable of when put to the test.