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  • Bells of May
    by Wagoner, Jane

    The kiss, begun in sorrow, ignited into passion, a passion born of desperation
    and loss, wild and unstoppable. There was one point where Katherine had a clear
    thought, "if there is a child, we can marry," but otherwise the couple acted on
    instinct, reckless, pagan, instinct. They came together desperately, without
    nuance or soft caress. But Katherine, still virgin, was no stranger to orgasm,
    and responded wildly to Christoph's thrusts. Grinning down at her, Christoph
    clapped his hand over her lips just as she, eyes widening, began to scream.
    Coming out of a rosy fog, sorrow just beginning to replace rapture, they were
    terrified by a menacing roar. Heinrich Grimm stood at the edge of the glen,
    staring at their naked, entwined bodies. Over the years Heinrich Grimm had held
    fast to his vision of Katherine the angel, despite numerous reasons to believe
    she was just a village girl, prettier than usual, but no more virtuous. The
    epitome of innocence in his mind, she was the keystone of his moral equilibrium.
    He was a flawed being, and without the example of the purity of heart he
    perceived in Katherine, his instincts would have led him to lie and cheat
    without conscience.
    Bells of May
  • The Teenage Dirtbag Years
    by Howard, Paul

    Paul Howard helps Ross O'Carroll-Kelly to write his autobiographical series,
    largely because Ross can't really write, roysh? Find out more at .He is also the author of the bestselling prison expose,
    The Joy , and co-author of Celtic Warrior , the autobiography of boxer Steve
    Collins.A former Sports Journalist of the Year, Paul covered the World Cup in
    Japan and Korea in 2002, and the rugby World Cup in Australia in 2003. His
    account of the Irish soccer squad and the notorious drama in Saipan, The
    Gaffers: Mick McCarthy, Roy Keane and the Team they Built , was a
    bestseller.Paul has also written several massively popular plays and has won the
    popular fiction prize at the Irish Book Awards three times for books in the Ross
    O'Carroll-Kelly series.
    The Teenage Dirtbag Years
  • A Richard Rohmer Omnibus
    by Rohmer, Richard

    This volume combines three of Richard Rohmer’s best-selling novels in one
    book. Ultimatum, Exxoneration , and Periscope Red are all fast-paced, incisive
    novels in which Rohmer makes fiction read like fact. They are chilling visions
    of a world of military conflict, legal and political entanglements, and
    Canada’s role in domestic and international spheres. The issues inside
    are just as important to Canada today as they were when the books were written.
    In all of these works, Rohmer demonstrates his insider’s knowledge of the
    energy industry and the military, and his master storyteller’s ability to
    bring it alive.
    A Richard Rohmer Omnibus
  • The bad girls of Bodie
    by Madison, Debbie

    Bodie is a bustling, untamed mining camp. Being fueled by deep-pocketed eastern
    stockholders, gold and silver mines are springing up overnight. This lawless,
    wild town is grabbing the attention of America---from dreams to bonanzas. Kitty
    has an explosive temper and is fast with a gun. Candice is fed up with the ills
    of saloon life. Fate keeps these two opposite women together, as they embrace
    Bodie and grab at fame and fortune, their way.
    The bad girls of Bodie
  • Pizza and Pink Iced Donuts : A Novel
    by Fittler, Emma

    Twenty-year-old Chloe is quirky, independent, and perpetually single, living a
    comfortable existence on her own two feet. That is until John - rugged, brooding
    and mysterious - hurtles into her life, causing her to fall head-over-heels, and
    bringing with him a peculiar secret. From then on, things become stressful. And
    a little weirda gym begins stalking her, she has to drive a tractor to her job
    as a legal secretary, and somebody has stolen all her spoons.
    Pizza and Pink Iced Donuts : A Novel
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