Sweet as the Devil

Author: Susan Johnson

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 255

James, Baron Blackwood, and Scottish guard to Prince Ernst of dalmia, is charged with protecting the prince's newly discovered daughter. Having already met the irresistible Miss Sofia Eastleigh at the home of one of his lovers, Jamie knows the distraction she poses-and is determined to resist the incredible delights she has to offer.

Herbal Medicine and Botanical Medical Fads

Author: Frank Hoffmann

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 258

View: 469

Find all the information you need on herbs and spices in one place! Herbal Medicine and Botanical Medical Fads is an A-to-Z reference book written in a straightforward style that’s informative enough for library use but informal enough for general reading. This essential guide takes a practical look at the popular uses of herbs and spices, presented in an easy-to-use format. The book is a refreshing alternative to the how-to guides, cookbooks, and picture books usually found on the subject. From alfalfa to ginseng to yellow dock, more than 100 entries are included, featuring historical backgrounds, popular and practical uses, folklore, and bibliographies. Herbal Medicine and Botanical Medical Fads also contains related listings and essays that range from alternative medicine to food preparation and nutrition to herbs in wedding celebrations. Detailed enough for reference use by academics, the book has a natural tone that appeals to garden club members, herb and spice experts, hobbyists, and others. Herbal Medicine and Botanical Medical Fads also includes information on: herb growing and marketing herbs and spices in literature medicinal herbs and spices federal regulations on herbs and spices horticulture therapy An everyday guide for enthusiasts and a perfect place to start for newcomers, Herbal Medicine and Botanical Medical Fads is an easy-to-use handbook with wide-ranging appeal. It combines the comprehensive information you’d expect from a reference book with a casual and colorful look at the histories and backgrounds of herbs and spices, both commonplace and exotic. As a vital resource or an occasional reference, this book is unique in its scope and invaluable in its usefulness.

To Hell with the Devil

Book Two

Author: Kristy Bina

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Fiction

Page: 270

View: 345

Since becoming a new species of a mixed blooded were- creature, Carly knew her life with Drake would be full of adventures, but she had imagined he would be by her side her for said adventures. Instead Drake mysteriously has to ‘go away’, leaving Carly alone to face becoming the Queen to a rogue group of WereBats, that their kind are responsible for kidnapping her twice and her new change in species, whether she really wants to be their Queen or not. She wasn’t left with much choice in the matter when the group defended her from demons in her own backyard. Yes, demons! Satan has gotten some crazy ideas (or, maybe not so crazy ideas) about Carly and will stop at nothing to see her dead, including attacking the children Carly has just sworn to protect. Apparently Satan never heard the phrase ‘Hell Hath no fury like a woman scorned’, and Carly will be damned if anyone threatens the people she loves. Now in order to keep her babies and loved ones safe, Carly, with a lot of help from her friends, must put the Devil back in his place.

The Devil's DNA

Author: Cynthia Lucy Dale

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Fiction

Page: 371

View: 656

The Devil ́s DNA is a novel about the mystery of DNA. It attempts to tease the reader ́s intellect and defy traditional categories - possibly it is a novel of ideas produced in reponse to the science of genetic engineering, possibly a thriller, possibly a Scottish romance. It can be seen as a response to the science of genetic engineering, just as Robert Louis Stevenson ́s "The Body Snatcher" was a response to the new science of anatomy. The plot is that of an adventure story in which the villains use genetic engineering for illegal purposes. The book also incorporates an exploration of the theme of genetics in a wider sense, encompassing popular genealogies of kings and queens, family and sexual relationships, and the author ́s own blood relationship to RLS. The book is set mainly in Scotland, in Edinburgh and East Lothian, the places where RLS and the author lived as children. The little island, the Bass Rock, which Stevenson uses for a kidnap in "Catriona" and on which he placed a protagonist with the name of the author ́s great grandfather, is central to the book. More Info: http://www.cynthialucydale.org.uk/Frontpage/index_ddna.htm Email: [email protected]

Surprised by Love (The Heart of San Francisco Book #3)

A Novel

Author: Julie Lessman

Publisher: Revell


Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 781

Shy and unattractive as a child, Megan McClare has always been teased by her classmates. But when she returns home from her senior year in Paris, the wallflower has suddenly blossomed into a beauty. With ambitions to become a lawyer or doctor, Megan accepts an internship at the district attorney's office only to discover that she will be working with Devin Caldwell, a boy who mercilessly mocked her at school--and with whom she was hopelessly enamored. She turns to her dear friend Bram Hughes for support and advice. But Bram's vision is clouded by his sudden unwelcome attraction to a girl he had always thought of as a kid sister. He advises forgiveness, but can he forgive himself for pushing the woman he loves into the arms of another man? Fan favorite Julie Lessman draws a romantic triangle that will have readers in a tizzy in this glittering Gilded Age tale of transforming love.

The Devil Sure Does

The Anti-Biography of Nathan Dawn

Author: Vincent Robillard

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Fiction

Page: 233

View: 511

The Devil Sure Does or the mischiefs and misadventures of a mythomaniac globe-trotting thief in search for his true identity is a maze of memories which carries the reader from Alaska to New Orleans to New Delhi and The Parisian Catacombs through the eyes of a diabolical and hyperbolical anti-hero on run as he recalls the fleeting moments and the significant murders of his decadent life. To be read at the second degree with a grain of salt and at your own risk.

The Devil's Pendulum

Author: Liz Bryan

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 102

View: 842

“My manuscript is a significant true portrayal about the horrors of living in constant fear in concentration camps during World War Two. This is a compilation of personal stories conveyed to me by my parents, who were survivors of the treachery, cruelty, atrocities and inhumanities. This dramatic and compelling story is about Auschwitz-Birkenau, where my father was incarcerated for four years, and Ravensbruck, where my mother was incarcerated for two years and tragically lost both of her small children into the ovens of death. I describe their plight, their horrific experiences, their struggles and fight for survival while living on the edge of death in Satan’s playground, which was an indescribable living nightmare. I implemented historical facts and dates into the manuscript which blend nicely into this intriguing and engrossing story. I concentrate immensely on the inflicted human tortured soul. I portray the deep human emotions, their innermost thoughts, and psychological changes, as a result of their constant physical agony, brutality and mental torture that they were subjected to, which ultimately changed their lives forever. I vividly describe the impact that was created on them in that hostile and dangerous environment both outside, and especially the conflicts inside the inmates’ barracks, which gradually changed every human being forever, and subsequently altered their lives permanently. I strongly emphasize their enduring and immense strong desire to overcome all obstacles in their path, and survive at all costs in spite of adversity in their journey through hell.”

The Devil in the Junior League

A Novel

Author: Linda Francis Lee

Publisher: St. Martin's Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 615

The Junior League of Willow Creek, Texas, is tres exclusive. Undesirables need not apply. Fredericka Mercedes Hildebrand Ware (Frede to her friends) is a member beyond reproach...until her life begins to unravel. When her husband betrays her, steals her money, and runs off to places unknown, it's something Frede would rather keep under wraps. The last thing she needs is to become fodder for the JLWC gossip mill. And to make matters worse, there's only one person in town who stands a chance at helping her get revenge: Howard Grout, a tasteless, gold-chain-wearing lawyer who has bought his way into Frede's tony neighborhood. But htere's a price: She has to get his tacky, four-inch-stiletto-and-pink-spandex-wearing wife Nikki into the Junior League. Linda Francis Lee has written an hysterical novel about the creme de la creme of Texas society, the lengths to which one woman goes to bring her cheating husband to justice, and how taking on what seems like a "Mission Impossible" can change you in ways you could never have imagined.

Who Put the Devil in Deviled Eggs?

A Food Lover's Guide to America's Favorite Dishes

Author: Ann Treistman

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.


Category: Cooking

Page: 173

View: 1000

Collects recipes, histories, and trivia of American favorite foods, including chocolate chips, corn dogs, and steak.