Login or Register

Browse Books

Covers | List
1 2 ... 906 ... 1810
posted

Aliefka Bijlsma - Mede Namens Mijn Vrouw

Publisher: Augustus
Published: Jan 1, 1900
ISBN: 9045701774
jls 25-11-18
Posted 46 Wks, 2.66 MB, 10 files, 0 cmts, Grp, 0 votes
Bijlsma, Aliefka - Mede Namens Mijn Vrouw
Posted 1.8 Yrs, 0.30 MB, 1 files, 0 cmts, Grp, 0 votes

Sarah Mayberry - She's Got It Bad (Harlequin Blaze)

Twelve years ago Zoe Ford let Liam Masters break her heart. But now? There's not a chance. Zoe is as tough and wild as they come. So when Liam shows up at her tattoo parlor, she's more than ready to take him on again. That's not going to be a hardship, since he's hotter than he evermore...Twelve years ago Zoe Ford let Liam Masters break her heart. But now? There's not a chance. Zoe is as tough and wild as they come. So when Liam shows up at her tattoo parlor, she's more than ready to take him on again. That's not going to be a hardship, since he's hotter than he ever was.This time she's staying in charge. And she's not going to consider their score settled until he's hot, bothered and begging for more! Then she'll move on as callously as he left her. Unless all that deliciously bad sex is just too good to give up...

Publisher: Harlequin
Published: Apr 1, 2009
Pages: 224
ISBN: 0373794681
maybe 14-11-18
Posted 48 Wks, 10.68 MB, 10 files, 0 cmts, Grp, 0 votes

Liane Merciel - The River Kings' Road: A Novel of Ithelas

A thrilling new voice in fantasy makes an unforgettable debut with this "intriguingly twisted tale of treachery and magic" (New York Times bestselling author L. E. Modesitt, Jr.). Liane Merciel’s The River Kings’ Road takes us to a world of bitter enmity between kingdoms, dividedmore...A thrilling new voice in fantasy makes an unforgettable debut with this "intriguingly twisted tale of treachery and magic" (New York Times bestselling author L. E. Modesitt, Jr.). Liane Merciel’s The River Kings’ Road takes us to a world of bitter enmity between kingdoms, divided loyalties between comrades, and an insidious magic that destroys everything it touches. . . . The wounded maidservant thrust the knotted blankets at him; instinctively, Brys stepped forward and caught the bundle before it fell. Then he glimpsed what lay inside and nearly dropped it himself. There was a baby in the blankets. A baby with a tear-swollen face red and round as a midsummer plum. A baby he knew, even without seeing the lacquered medallion tucked into the swaddling—a medallion far too heavy, on a chain far too cold for an infant who had not yet seen a year. A fragile period of peace between the eternally warring kingdoms of Oakharn and Langmyr is shattered when a surprise massacre fueled by bloodmagic ravages the Langmyrne border village of Willowfield, killing its inhabitants—including a visiting Oakharne lord and his family—and leaving behind a scene so grisly that even the carrion eaters avoid its desecrated earth. But the dead lord’s infant heir has survived the carnage—a discovery that entwines the destinies of Brys Tarnell, a mercenary who rescues the helpless and ailing babe, and who enlists a Langmyr peasant, a young mother herself, to nourish and nurture the child of her enemies as they travel a dark, perilous road . . . Odosse, the peasant woman whose only weapons are wit, courage, and her fierce maternal love—and who risks everything she holds dear to protect her new charge . . . Sir Kelland, a divinely blessed Knight of the Sun, called upon to unmask the architects behind the slaughter and avert war between ancestral enemies . . . Bitharn, Kelland’s companion on his journey, who conceals her lifelong love for the Knight behind her flawless archery skills—and whose feeli

Publisher: Gallery Books
Published: Mar 9, 2010
Pages: 400
merci 11-11-2018
Posted 48 Wks, 11.41 MB, 10 files, 0 cmts, Grp, 0 votes

1 2 ... 906 ... 1810