My Commander

Author: Alanea Alder



Category: Mate selection

Page: 278

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When the topic of grandchildren comes up during a weekly sewing circle the matriarchs of the founding families seek out the witch Elder to scry to see if their sons have mates. They are shocked to discover that many of their son's mates are out in the world and are human! Fearing that their future daughter in laws will end up dead before being claimed and providing them with grandchildren to spoil, they convince their own mates that something must be done. After gathering all of the warriors together in a fake award ceremony the witch Elder casts a spell to pull the warrior's mates to them, whether they want it or not. Aiden McKenzie is adamant that he doesn't need a mate and that she would only get in the way. He doesn't have time to coddle a female. He likes his world run with military precision. Little does he realize, Fate is sending him his mate first! He meets his destined mate Meryn Evans and things go downhill from there. She is the embodiment of chaos. In the first twenty-four hours she kicks, screams and knocks her bear shifting mate unconscious. Eventually they discover that life before finding each other may have been good, but life afterwards is perfect, even if it involves super soaker battles and accidentally discharging hand grenades. Unfortunately the joy of their mating is overshadowed when Aiden and Meryn find themselves embroiled in a missing persons case assigned to Aiden by the Lycaonian Council. By assisting Aiden, Meryn finds herself the focus of a demented killer. Can Aiden and the elite warriors from the Alpha Unit keep Meryn safe? Or did Fate bring her to Lycaonia to die?

The Brotherhood & Blue Venom

Author: Walter Brey

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Education

Page: 364

View: 681

Seeing that our paths are destined to cross, We by instinct maneuvered so that no time is lost To clear each others way adjusting on either side, As that point was reached so that we do not collide. With an acute acknowledgment from eye to eye As we without accident past and I asked why. Since nothing is by chance I wondered at each quick glance. What the meaning was of this encounter Did God decide you and I make silent banter?


Surviving Life after War

Author: Michelle Matthews

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 108

View: 495

When author Michelle Matthews came home from war, she thought returning alive meant the worst was over. She was mistaken; surviving life after war proved to be equally challenging. Matthews returned a changed person. In Re-entry, she narrates a poignant account of the war in Iraq, its tragic aftermath, and her courageous journey to heal emotionally. Based on journal entries and e-mails sent before, during, and after her service in Iraq, this memoir provides a firsthand account of the trials and tribulations she experienced by her service and gives insight into her emotional journey. Upon her return, Matthews struggled with anxiety and depression and began overeating and abusing alcohol. She tells how she wrestled with thoughts of suicide as she found normal life overwhelming following the abnormal rhythm of war. Re-entry shows that how, through counseling, physical and recreational therapy, journaling, meditating, exercising, and support from family and friends, Matthews found herself again.

I'd Give My Left Boob for That ... Oh, Wait, I Already Did

Author: Kim Fairchild

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 156

View: 381

On December 7, 2001, thirty-five-year-old Kimberly Fairchild's world turned upside down when she heard the life-changing words, "You've got cancer." I'd Give My Left Boob for That ... Oh, Wait, I Already Did details one woman's journey before, during, and after her courageous battle with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, the most common form of breast cancer. With no family history and a fairly healthy life, Fairchild shares how she got past the shocking diagnosis and subsequently relied on laughter and humor to help her through one of the most difficult and darkest times of her life. As she faced new challenges, fears, and physical discomfort, Fairchild describes how her diagnosis affected everyone around her-all in different ways-and how she learned to accept their comforting words and return the favor when they too needed reassurance. From surgery to chemotherapy to reconstructive surgery, Fairchild provides an emotional, sometimes humorous, yet intensely honest portrayal of what it's like to experience breast cancer. Written with the desire to help others, this eye-opening glimpse into the world of breast cancer shares the compelling story of how an ordinary girl fought the extraordinary fight of her life-and won.

Comin’ Home

Bob Seger Songs in Short Story Form

Author: Dan Lake, PhD.

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Fiction

Page: 147

View: 842

When we hear a favorite song, the memories unfold; who we knew, where we were, our age, best friends, lovers, good memories and bad. Even if the memories pour sadness into our hearts, still we listen, remember and slot the events from the past into a song. Alto Reed plays the first soulful notes on “Turn the Page” and Seger grips our hearts with his rich voice. 13 songs written by Seger are in short story form. Each story starts with a problem for at least one character and the song is woven into the story. Enjoy the read!

My Life: My Fault

A Personal History

Author: Joseph E. Bennett

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 183

View: 885

My Life: My Fault relates memories about the life and times of the author and includes experiences shared with others who helped shape his life over the years. His story traces an effort to enjoy life, improve his relations with others, and conquer numerous challenges encountered in his work as he wrestles cronic health problems and advancing age. Additionally the book recalls memories of special friends and to a degree explains his feelings about himself and others.

My Father's War

Author: Hwang Ha-Yong

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 516

View: 334

Aug 15. 1945. Korea met liberation from Japanese colonial rule but eventually divided into two parts. Jun 25. 1950. The Korean war broke out abruptly by communist of North Korea. Young refugees of north Korea birth, leaving their families behind, gathered to help UN and South Korean army for expelling Communism from Korean peninsula. They became unnamed, armed agents and infiltrated behind the enemy lines and harassed the rear. Many of them disappeared in the unknowned rivers, fields and mountains. This book is about the hided heroes who were veiled for 55 years. Through one man's life, all behind history of unknown war are finally revealed. Hwang Ha-yong was one of the unnamed, forgotten one of the Korean Guerrilla and armed agent during and after the Korean war. He became a writer. His work was made by TV and Film in Korea. He also music composer and got a famous prize. Hwang sung is the son of Hwang Ha-yong and Helped his father finishingvarious writing works. He is Historian of covered operation related the Korean war and also a Writer.

One Life to Lose for My Country

Nathan Hale Becomes an American Hero

Author: Holly Cefrey

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc


Category: History

Page: 32

View: 994

As he awaits execution, American patriot and Revolutionary War army captain Nathan Hale recounts his spy mission, arrest by the British army, and trial and sentence.

A Marine – a Soldier

Author: John C. Bird

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 513

View: 997

Johannes Andersen was retired, until he was asked to assist the First Marine Division ready for war, mainly the First Force Recon Battalion change from leg to a mechanized organization. He provided the Division Commander notes and ideas, he became known within the Corps. Then Johannes became known to the president of the United States, and by a comedy of events, he became the secretary of defense. He has to prepare to go to war with a philosophy of war that does not meet todays need in fixing what you break.