Alexis Morgan's seductive Paladin series continues with a red-hot romance between a powerful warrior sworn to secrecy and the irresistible woman who makes him lose control.... Gwen Mosely's life changes forever when she stumbles across a handsome stranger, bleeding and left for dead in the woods behind her farm. But the real shock is how his wounds heal overnight -- a trait he shares with Gwen's teenaged half-brother Chase. Jarvis Donahue can't keep his eyes -- or his hands -- off the sexy redhead who rescued him. Gwen's warm smile and lust-filled eyes are impossible to resist...but Jarvis immediately recognizes Chase as a fellow Paladin, a warrior born to defend mankind in the relentless battle against the Others. Although Gwen may hate Jarvis for it, he is dutybound to introduce Chase to the Paladins' dangerous lifestyle. As the barrier between the two worlds weakens, the threat grows perilously close to Gwen's farm. Jarvis is determined to protect his lover -- but if he reveals his identity, he not only betrays his people's secret, he risks losing her forever....
Return to the steamy and suspenseful Paladin series with this heart-pounding novel following a doctor and her mysterious patient as they try to escape a military force hell-bent on exploiting them both. Marisol knows nothing about her charge, other than the fact that he is brought to death’s door and back each night. Chase knows nothing about who has imprisoned him here, other than the fact that they want to know about his Paladin’s ability to heal. Both kept prisoner in a remote testing facility, their desperate stories intertwine. And, now that they mean more to each other than they could ever have imagined, the two of them must find a way to escape, no matter the cost.
Oftentimes the most painful experiences are the ones in which we learn the most about ourselves. Linda Onita Hardin-Atkins's personal journal chronicles her life: from the tender age of eleven, through the devastating pain of losing her father, and to the present-day awareness of the true essence of who she is. Hardin-Atkins discovered at a very young age that life was a vast greatness of unexplored questions. This discovery was the true beginning of spiritual awareness - a constant subtleness of something else - something more. Her journey took flight when she reached her mid-thirties and suffered what she describes as unbearable mental pain and anguish after the death of her beloved father. Searching for meaning, she studied philosophy, religion and meditation. After an intensely draining, yet amazingly clarifying meditation, a voice spoke to her, Write an autobiography about your life experiences over the last 28 years. As her deeply buried emotions emerged, Hardin-Atkins was finally able to let go of the limbo that bound her. Surrendering, she found the missing link that she so desperately needed to move forward and embrace the beauty of life, love and joy. Thoughts Are Things With Sterling Wings is a compelling, compassionate and beautiful rendering of a woman's spiritual journey. Astounding in its insights, this narrative is for anyone who wishes to discover the freedom of letting go and letting God in. Linda Onita Hardin-Atkins is a writer who lives near San Pablo, California. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/ThoughtsAreThingsWithSterlingWings.htm
There is a distinctive way each word earns its space in Thomas White’s first book of poetry and quotes, “Healing of a Divided Soul.” They fit accordingly after the mastermind of their structure. Giving you imagery in each piece, and taking you on a journey deep inside the soul of a man determined to overcome life difficulties through faith and commitment. “Healing of a Divided Soul” uniquely shares his story through poetry of living and escaping life on the bottom tier of the violent inner-city streets of Detroit. We all understand how the word dysfunction has become synonymous to a world that knows normal is not a given. Though the past may be a part of who we are, we can’t let it dictate the kind of person we want to become. Remember the heaviest chain we will ever wear is the chain that stops us from changing! For once your mind is free the rest will follow! Healing of a Divided Soul is sure to cleanse, restore, and bring the reader unprecedented wisdom from a Soul no more divided.
D. H. Lawrence wrote in 1914, 'Primarily I am a passionately religious man, and my novels must be written from the depths of my religious experience.' Although he had broken with the Congregationalist faith of his childhood by his early twenties, Lawrence remained throughout his writing life a passionately religious man. There have been studies in the last twenty years of certain aspects of Lawrence's religious writing, but we lack a survey of the history of his developing religious thought and of his expressions of that thought in his literary works. This book provides that survey, from 1915 to the end of Lawrence's life. Covering the war years, Lawrence's American works, his time in Australia and Mexico, and the works of the last years of his life, this book provides readers with a complete analysis, during this period, of Lawrence as a religious man, thinker and artist.
Exploring the mystery, wisdom, and power of the dark phase of the moon's cycle--a lunar-based model for moving through the dark times in our lives with understanding, consciousness, and faith in renewal. The moon's dark phase has traditionally been a time of fear and superstition, a time associated with death and isolation. The mythical embodiment of these fears is the Dark Goddess. Known around the world by many names--Lilith, Kali, Hecate, and Morgana--the archetypal Dark Goddess represents death, sexuality, and the unconscious--the little understood, often feared aspects of life. Demetra George combines psychological, mythical, and spiritual perspective on the shadowy, feminine symbolism of the dark moon to reclaim the darkness from oppressive, fear-based images. George offers rites for rebirth and transformation that teach us to tap into the power of our dark times, maximizing the potential for renewal inherent in our inevitable periods of loss, depression, and anger.