Evander Lennox doesn't do anything he doesn't want to do. At least, that is, until he's sent to prison. The four years he's incarcerated, he's had no choice but to do the things he's asked to do, when he's asked to do them. And now, if he doesn't, it will mean a one-way ticket straight back to hell. Once he's free, it takes him twenty-four hours to get his old job back, his dog at home where he belongs, and an understanding that people aren't as forgiving as he once thought them to be. He's just about given up hope of ever integrating back into society when a woman slams into his heart, literally and figuratively. *** Kennedy Swallow just wants to belong somewhere. When she was younger, her parents divorced, and chose to separate her from her twin. Fast forward fifteen years, and she's finally getting to meet the family she's always wanted to be a part of. To make that happen, she uproots her life and moves to the tiny town of Hostel, Texas-giving her almost everything she's ever wanted. Just when she thinks she's making progress in winning her family over, she finds out that her twin is ill, and the only reason her family tolerates her is due to the convenience of having a free caretaker whenever they might be in need of one. After a few eye-opening experiences, she quickly realizes that she's being used. Vowing to herself that she'll make the best of the situation, she begins to steel her heart. What she doesn't prepare for is a man named Evander who sees that barrier as a challenge. *** It takes Evander all of ten seconds while watching the woman on the floor, bleeding from her jaw, to realize that maybe life isn't as bad as it could be. This woman with her thrill for life, a crazy obsession with chickens, and a desire to be wanted, changes everything he thinks he knows. But it doesn't take long for him to realize that just by being around her, the people of the town have judged her guilty by association. Her business suffers, and soon after, she realizes what it will mean to have him by her side-the loss of everything she's worked so hard for. Kennedy knows that Evander is worth it. Evander, however, decides that he's not letting another person get hurt because he was stupid enough to care.
The Ultimate Guide To Those Sharp Dressed Men Fifteen studio albums, fifty million records sold, and more awards than you can shake a stick at – including an induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame – have made ZZ Top legends. So, let’s celebrate ‘em in a fact-packed handbook that gives you the lowdown on the Texas trio that’s been rocking for well over 40 years and are still going strong. What you get here is: The essential history of the band from their 1969 roots to the present day. A review of the band’s studio output, plus notable tours and gigs. Mini-biographies of the boys, plus their influences and who they in turn have influenced. Awards won, plus bits and pieces of fascinating and fun trivia charting their rise to fame. Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers celebrates the music and legacy of one of America’s most prominent and popular rock bands. It’s everything you ever needed to know about ZZ Top, but were afraid to ask. So, what are you waiting for? Crank up the volume and give Messrs Gibbons, Hill and Beard all your lovin’.
Four years ago... Skye Kellerman was attacked in her own bed. She managed to fend off her knife-wielding assailant, but the trauma changed everything about her life. As a result of that night, she joined two friends–also survivors–in starting The Last Stand, an organization to help victims of crime.
Motorhead, remember me now, Motorhead, alright! Lemmy, Phil, Fast Eddie and the Rise of Motorhead is the first book to celebrate the classic-era Motorhead lineup of Lemmy Kilmister, Fast Eddie Clarke, and Phil Philthy Animal Taylor. Through interviews with all of the principal troublemakers, Martin Popoff celebrates the formation of the band and the records that made them legends: Motorhead, Overkill, Bomber, Ace of Spades, No Sleep til Hammersmith, and Iron Fist. An in-depth coda brings the story up to date with the shocking recent deaths of Taylor and Kilmister. Motorhead comes to life in this book as bad-luck bad boys doused in drink and drugs, most notably speed incapable of running their lives right, save for Fast Eddie, who is charged with holding things together. Popoff also examines the heady climate of music through the band s rise to prominence during the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, with detailed reflection on Motorhead s unique position in the scene as both originators and embattled survivors who carried on the renegade spirit of those times."
The book is a complete treatise on renewable energy sources and also includes issues relating to biofuels. It aims to serve as a text for undergraduate and postgraduate students in relevant disciplines and a reference for all the professionals in the related fields.
The definitive work on the subject, this Dictionary - available again in its eighth edition - gives a full account of slang and unconventional English over four centuries and will entertain and inform all language-lovers.
They have been absent from our world for 500 years Now the gargoyles have returned. Returning from a summer archeological expedition in the Yuctan, Berkeley University professor, Adam Landis, and a group of his students stop off in a small Arizona desert town. None of them can imagine the terror that awaits. When one of the students goes missing, it leads to the discovery of a species long believed to be only myth and legend. Now a handful of townspeople must battle these creatures and destroy the colony, before tens of thousands of eggs hatch and an army of gargoyles spreads across the country and around the world.