The Knight in Rusty Armor

Author: Robert Fisher



Category: Fiction

Page: 73

View: 740

While searching for a way to remove the armor that has become stuck on him, a knight finally discovers the true qualities of knighthood.

A Knight in Rusty Armor

Author: Dixie Browning

Publisher: Harlequin


Category: Fiction

Page: 192

View: 1000

MEN of the YEARMAN of the MONTH "I'm not a family man, but I sure as hell am willing to try." Travis Holiday, former Coast Guard officer When Travis learned he had a son, he'd gone into emergency mode: build a home, become a dad, settle down. No more heroics. But when he came upon the dark-haired goddess stranded in a coastal storm, Trav just had to help. He knew Ruanna Roberts was running from something…but all that mattered now was his son. So why did his arms instinctively open up to Ruanna—and not let go? Some men are made for lovin'—and you'll love our MAN OF THE MONTH, the last of The Lawless Heirs! THE LAWLESS HEIRS

Letters of Juliet to the Knight in Rusty Armor

Author: J. D. Gill

Publisher: CreateSpace



Page: 58

View: 188

Letters of Juliet are meant to be read in conjunction with The Knight in Rusty Armor by Robert Fisher. These letters detail the realizations of Juliet. Read together these two works suggest solutions to problems that arrise in emotional togetherness

Summary Of "The Knight In Rusty Armor - By Robert Fisher"

Author: Sapiens Editorial

Publisher: Sapiens Editorial


Category: Self-Help

Page: 24

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ABOUT THE ORIGINAL BOOK The Knight in Rusty Armor has been a real success among its audience, selling more than one million copies worldwide. It is considered to be a motivational book that falls into the self-help category. It is an easy-to-follow narrative, making it accessible to everyone, built with some humor, and is enjoyed by adults, teenagers and children alike. The book tells a story of a somewhat egocentric man, who lives his life concerned with his appearance. Everything he does is without consideration for his wellbeing, rather with the aim of seeking approval of others... Little by little he is locked in his armor, which over time rusts and leaves him imprisoned by his appearance. Then comes a life of reflection and recovery for him. He embarks on a journey to free himself from his prison, during which he enlists the help of a magician. It is an excellent allegory that teaches the importance of being who you are on the inside, without the need to mask your appearance.

William Shakespeare's "Pericles, Prince of Tyre": A Retelling in Prose

Author: David Bruce



Category: Fiction

Page: 132

View: 399

This is an easy-to-read retelling of William Shakespeare's romance "Pericles, Prince of Tyre." Pericles wanders the world, marries and has a daughter, loses both his wife and daughter, and regains both in a happy ending.

Tales of Addiction and Inspiration for Recovery

Twenty True Stories from the Soul

Author: Barbara Sinor

Publisher: Loving Healing Press


Category: Self-Help

Page: 214

View: 765

"This inspiring and penetrating new book by Dr. Sinor shows how we gather the courage and the force of will to make a transformational change."--Mark Thurston, Ph.D.

Partner Yoga

Making Contact for Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Growth

Author: Cain Carroll

Publisher: Rodale


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 239

View: 917

Demonstrates sixty postures and three yoga flows designed to help couples develop balance, strength, flexibility, trust, and communication.