Beauty's Beasts

An Urban Fantasy Fairy Tale

Author: L. C. Hibbett




Page: 248

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Millions of pages read in Kindle Unlimited and thousands of worldwide downloads in its first month--readers are raving about this fast, fun, standalone Urban Fantasy Fairy Tale:"Completely hooked . . . I couldn't put it down." -TwistedTel93 ★★★★★"Omg this book was amazing. I loved everything about Beauty's Beast." -Book Lover ★★★★★"I was hooked from the first page and did not want to put it down. A modern day RH remake of a classic fairy-tale, and it is awesome!"-Ms S Steele ★★★★★___________________________________________________________________________Fairy tales aren't just for children...Izzy doesn't suffer fools and she doesn't take prisoners, so when one of the local mobs takes her father captive, she'll stop at nothing to free him--even if it means taking on the mysterious men of Blackwood Forest herself.But when Izzy enters the lair of the beasts, she discovers saving her father isn't as simple as it seemed, and saving herself from Alexander Blackwood and his pack is going to be even harder...Sometimes beauty is a beast.PLEASE NOTE: The Poison Court Saga is a collection of standalone fairy tale retellings with an Urban Fantasy twist. While the Posion Courts novels are set in the same universe as L.C. Hibbett's bestselling Wicked Witch series, and tell backstories for characters from the Wicked Witch series, the standalone Poison Courts novels contain scenes intended for an 18+ audience. Salty language is used throughout and romantic elements are of a reverse harem nature.

True Roots

What Quitting Hair Dye Taught Me about Health and Beauty

Author: Ronnie Citron-Fink

Publisher: Island Press


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 200

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Like 75% of American women, Ronnie Citron-Fink dyed her hair, visiting the salon every few weeks to hide gray roots in her signature dark brown mane. She wanted to look attractive, professional, young. Yet as a journalist covering health and the environment, she knew something wasn't right. All those unpronounceable chemical names on the back of the hair dye box were far from natural. Were her recurring headaches and allergies telltale signs that the dye offered the illusion of health, all the while undermining it? So after twenty-five years of coloring, Ronnie took a leap and decided to ditch the dye. Suddenly everyone, from friends and family to rank strangers, seemed to have questions about her hair. How'd you do it? Are you doing that on purpose? Are you OK? Armed with a mantra that explained her reasons for going gray—the upkeep, the cost, the chemicals—Ronnie started to ask her own questions. What are the risks of coloring? Why are hair dye companies allowed to use chemicals that may be harmful? Are there safer alternatives? Maybe most importantly, why do women feel compelled to color? Will I still feel like me when I have gray hair? True Roots follows Ronnie's journey from dark dyes to a silver crown of glory, from fear of aging to embracing natural beauty. Along the way, readers will learn how to protect themselves, whether by transitioning to their natural color or switching to safer products. Like Ronnie, women of all ages can discover their own hair story, one built on individuality, health, and truth.

Kidd's Own Journal

For Inter-communications on Natural History, Popular Science, and Things in General

Author: William Kidd



Category: Natural history


View: 252

Whitaker's Cumulative Book List

A Classified List of Publications...together with an Index to Authors and Titles




Category: English literature


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