Mastering Her Senses

Blasphemy

Author: Laura Kaye

Publisher: Laura Kaye

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Category: Fiction

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"Smoldering and sexy! Everything I look for in a romance. I can't wait to see the big bad Doms fall one by one." ~ Lexi Blake, NYT Bestselling Author of the Masters and Mercenaries Series He wants to dominate her senses—and her heart… Quinton Ross has always been a thrill-seeker—so it's no surprise that he's drawn to extremes in the bedroom and at his BDSM club, Blasphemy, where he creates sense-depriving scenarios that blow submissives' minds. Now if he could just find one who needs the rush as much as him… When an accident leaves Cassia Locke with a paralyzing fear of the dark, she'll try anything to get help. Ready to fight, she knows just who to ask for help—the hard-bodied, funny-as-hell Dom she'd always crushed on—and once stood up. Quinton is shocked and a little leery to see Cassia, but he can't pass up the chance to dominate the alluring little sub this time. Introducing her to sensory deprivation becomes his new favorite obsession, and watching her fight fear is its own thrill. But when doubt threatens to send her running again, Quinton must find a way to master her senses—and her heart. "I absolutely adored this story because it has the right mix of sweet and naughty. The connection between Cassia and Quinton is so fundamentally cemented that it is heartwarming. I laughed, cried, and loved every minute of reading this book that I was sad when it was over. I can't wait to read more from these alpha men!!" - Goodreads review

THE YOGA THERAPY HANDBOOK - BOOK THREE - REVISED SECOND EDTION

YOGA THERAPY for MENTAL HEALTH: TREATMENT OF ADDICTIONS, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, SEXUAL & EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS

Author: ROGER MARTIN DAVIS

Publisher: AKU PRESS INTERNATIONAL

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 172

View: 759

The long awaited revised 2nd edition of The Yoga Therapy Handbook has arrived! It is greatly expanded, colorful and much more descriptive than the original edition from 2007. The new version is contained in four distinct volumes (Book 1-4) that are being sold separately with an "a-la-cart" styling so readers can "pick and choose" from what works best for them as either a novice/beginner or advanced Yoga therapist. Perhaps, what is most intriguing, though, about this 2nd edition is that in the interim period the author made a dramatic and controversial decision to embrace Al-Islam. Accordingly, this edition wrestles with those quintessential elements that make a "comparative religion" flow to this text quite different than any other Yoga therapy book on the market today. The author also revives his review of the multicultural expressions as well in both Yoga Science and meditation practices. The creative artistic flair of the illustrator (Sue Jeong Ka) is still woven into the fabric of this text. This Fine Artist who is originally from South Korea (ROK) now lives and works in the USA (New York City. Surely, her talents have expanded since the first edition and we hope with the "print edition" to follow she add some new illustrations to enliven this text.

Truth About Art, The

Author: Patrick Doorly

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

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Category: Art

Page: 222

View: 169

‘Both knowledge and truth are beautiful things, but the Good is other and more beautiful than they.’ — Plato, Republic, 508e. This book traces the multiple meanings of art back to their historical roots, and equips the reader to choose between them. Art with a capital A turns out to be an invention of German Romantic philosophers, who endowed their creation with the attributes of genius, originality, rule breaking, and self-expression, directed by the spirit of the age. Recovering the problems that these attributes were devised to solve dispels many of the obscurities and contradictions that accompany them. What artists have always sought is excellence, and they become artists in so far as they achieve it. Quality was the supreme value in Renaissance Italy, and in early Greece it offered mortals glimpses of the divine. Today art historians avoid references to beauty or Quality, since neither is objective or definable, the boundaries beyond which scholars dare not roam. In reality subject and object are united and dissolved in the Quality event, which forms the bow wave of culture, leaving patterns of value and meaning in its wake.

Paradise of Dissent

South Australia, 1829-1857

Author: Douglas Pike

Publisher: Melbourne, Longmans, Green [1957]

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Category: South Australia

Page: 572

View: 499

The Encyclopædia britannica

a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information

Author: Hugh Chisholm

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

Page:

View: 881