College student Blake thinks his new boyfriend, Michael, doesn't like French kissing. Michael thinks Blake doesn't like rough sex. Neither are virgins, except in the art of conversation. Can they set things straight before the honeymoon's over?
The Real Truth Behind Dream-Hearted Poet “I was born an original, never die as a copy.” Nicholas Talerico is an author, a brilliant poet, and one of the most successful, outstanding, recognized number one best seller of the year and poet of all time. Only a few of his friends in his small town of Bourbonnais really knew him personally and what he had to offer to this world. Dream-Hearted Poet was recognized because of Nicholas’s creativity. He is one of the fewest most intelligent, downright humble, and gentle author you will ever meet. This book will not only take you on a journey, but it would literally take your breath away, with not only general poetry but true poems that will have you thinking about chasing your dreams. Critics have rated this book as a number one bestselling book of all time for being most original and creative. This updated edition that features new and old will leave you wanting to chase your dreams and still finding and believing in yourself though you feel lost.
Star-crossed Romeo and Juliet are Shakespeare's most famous lovers. A staple of high school reading lists, the tragedy especially resonates with young adult readers who, like Romeo and Juliet, have experienced the exhilarating and perilous phenomenon of being in love. Given the tragic ending of the play, what does Shakespeare illustrate about his teen protagonists: Are they the hapless victims of fate, or are they responsible for the poor choices they make? Is their love the real thing, or is it self-indulgent passion run amok? These are some of the ever relevant questions discussed in this critical edition of Romeo and Juliet.
An accessible reference to the grasses and grazers of this region, Veronica Roodt’s book details the fascinating ways in which these plants and animals have evolved together. The book covers: some 100 grass species (includes sketches and photographs of each species) that are preferred livestock and wild game fodder and that serve as indicators of veld condition; the role of grasses in the food chain; grass anatomy and growth; how grazers have evolved to survive on grasses, both physically and in terms of their behaviour; significant grazers that occur in the region and that play a vital role in shaping the savanna biome, and effective grassland management practices. Nature lovers, farmers, students and tourists who seek an in-depth look at the interactions between grasses and the grazers that depend on them for life need look no further than this invaluable guide.
This girl is on fire but will never burst into flames. Keep it real with multiple cultures. It is a multicultural thing. I love all of my people cant’ forget where I came from. I never throw shade, hate doesn’t run through my veins. I love my mom and dad. I love my mom and dad. I’m a product of their game. This is so serious I had to do it again. People say they hustle. But it is 14/7 struggle, it takes 100% of your mind, and all of your time, love, life, business and family at the drop of a dime. Just ask, time is not kind to me but he reps a real man with a real wife. We all try to make but it’s a part of the grind. Good things come to all with patience and time.
Book 1: INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS In the year 1780, Harriet Westerman, the unconventional mistress of a country house in Sussex, finds a dead man on her grounds with a ring bearing the crest of the nearby Thornleigh Hall in his pocket. With the help of a reclusive local anatomist, Gabriel Crowther, Harriet resolves to find the murderer. Book 2: ANATOMY OF MURDER London, 1781. Harriet Westerman anxiously awaits news of her husband, a ship's captain who has been gravely injured in the king's naval battles with France. As London's streets seethe with rumour, a body is dragged from the murky waters of the Thames. Book 3: ISLAND OF BONES Cumbria, 1783. The tomb of the first Earl of Greta should have lain undisturbed on its island of bones for three hundred years.When idle curiosity opens the stone lid, however, inside is one body too many.
Daphne du Maurier meets CSI in this exhilarating debut Thornleigh Hall, seat of the Earl of Sussex, dominates its surroundings. Its heir is missing, and the once vigorous family is reduced to a cripple, his whore and his alcoholic second son, but its power endures. Impulsive Harriet Westerman has felt the Hall’s menace long before she happens upon a dead man bearing the Thornleigh arms. The grim discovery cries out for justice, and she persuades reclusive anatomist Gabriel Crowther to her cause, much against his better judgement; he knows a dark path lies before those who stray from society’s expectations. That same day, Alexander Adams is killed in a London music shop, leaving his young children orphaned. His death will lead back to Sussex, and an explosive secret that has already destroyed one family and threatens many others.