What I’m saying is that if they win their next game, the crust of the earth will probably be torn asunder and the sky ripped in half. That’s all. (And after last night’s Red Sox collapse, in which three different games ended the worst possible way they could have, I’m almost ready to Missing: Remix).
This river had tumbled over her banks for several days, and the driftwood that was coming down would have made it dangerous swimming for cattle.
Unprotected and scared, she runs headlong into a life changing event when she's attacked by a pack of wolves. Her fate as a werewolf is sealed. When she stumbles upon Ty Loflin, a Rebel solider dying of his wounds, she nurses him back to health. He's the perfect mate, but will he want her once he knows the truth? The Civil War took Sonja Brooks' husband and left her alone. In Book 1 of this new series by Award-winning author Catherine Wolffe, the Western Werewolf Legend weaves a new blend of western romance with paranormal elements involving werewolves and vampires.
Dawson, Amelia Adams, and Kate Cambridge. Phoebe Glenn has walled herself away from love, not daring to risk what it would mean to be vulnerable. She keeps herself busy with work and friends, and she believes she's put the past behind her - until Bryce walks into her real estate office.
Bryce Davidson was a world-class rodeo cowboy until one split second took everything away. Now injured and retired, he comes back to his hometown of Burnt River to start over, not realizing how that choice would impact so many others' lives. So much hurt in need of so much healing - and a lesson in relationships to be learned by all.
The tentacles of darkness have inevitably traveled across the Atlantic and are now tightening their grip on the American republic. Therefore the law is paralyzed, and justice never prevails. The wicked hem in the righteous, so that justice is perverted.
Now, faced with a collapsing economy, a failing currency and a society that is swiftly casting its humanity aside, the United States stands at the precipice of a bedlam and malevolence not witnessed since the fall of Rome.
Part 1 follows several characters who strive to navigate the chaos, including:Jake, his wife and brother are forced to flee the maelstrom of violence as it spills from the cities and into their small town enclave. A Texas State Guardsmen deep behind enemy lines on South Padre Island, stands with his compatriots against a wave of unspeakable atrocities committed by a ruthless cartel alliance committed to seizing the spoils of the American southwest.
An outlaw and his Catahoula cur companion, learn to survive and even thrive in their river swamp domain as they seek a redoubt from the troubles that plague the world beyond.
A radical revolutionary intent on plunging the wounded nation into revolution as he stokes the flames of hatred and destruction. Part 1 is a novella length approximately 20, words and encompasses the first eight chapters of the series. This series is written in a manner that is accessible by even those who are not fans of collapse or survival literature. So if you're not a fan of the genre, give it a shot, I think you'll enjoy it. When Mia and Carson first laid eyes on each other, their hearts skipped a beat.
They never suspected that this would not be the only rush of adrenaline they would feel. Mia Carter feels finally free. She can unburden her family while at the same time, find a loving home with her brother, Jonas, and his family. Or so she thinks. Little did she know, while she gets closer to Carson, that he is the leader of the Powells Gang. As the truth will be quickly revealed, Mia will be left heartbroken, and Carson shattered by her detachment.
But in this case, the road to love is paved with these intentions. Carianne Barlow never expected to leave her Philadelphia townhouse and travel to the wild-west, but when she inherits a fortune, conditions are attached. Such an undertaking requires political support, and no one is more influential than Rhyan Cason, a handsome rancher with the reputation of hardened businessman and rabble rousing lobbyist with a preference for the ladies. When Rhyan asks her to catalog his library, Carianne jumps at the chance without considering the ramifications.
She rejects any romantic notions. But they are thrown together when events take a dangerous turn, and menacing undercurrents run through the town. Then Carianne learns too late Rhyan is pursued by a sinister enemy determined to destroy everything he cares for, including her. As they get closer to exposing the adversary, they realize he—or she—wants them both dead.
Instead of the warm welcome Katherine expects, she and her mother are met with whispers and scorn in the little prairie town near Sollano. With her brother busy with cattle rustlers and her mother too ill to be bothered, Katherine turns to Colt Holliman, a soft-spoken neighboring rancher, for comfort. As his attraction to Katherine grows, he finds himself spiritually conflicted. How can he break from past commitments and follow his heart?
What starts as a misunderstanding, blooms into a myriad of emotions they couldn't have foreseen Christian 2nd in the Sudden series by Frederick H Christian. The Cotton boys owned the town. Nothing moved in or out without their say— so. Drifters weren't encouraged. Move on, they were told.
There's a lot of lead in the air. All except one moved on. He was a dark- haired stranger who gave the name Green, and asked about two men he was looking for. When the Cottons tried to gun down an unarmed kid, he took a hand.
The Cotton boys decided to make an example of him to the rest of the town. They didn't know they were taking on legendary gunfighter: Sudden. As the vendetta between the Wagners and the Paytons is reignited, the town prepares for yet another war. Danger lurks around every corner, but things change the minute he lays his eyes on the beautiful Olivia Wagner. Their love is forbidden, transcending the decades-old feud Racing against a ticking clock to rescue a helpless family from certain doom, their love will be tested A terrible storm is brewing extremely close to them and they don't even know it.
Rhyan Cason is anxious to get home to beloved Carianne. Then he receives word that an anthrax outbreak threatens his ranch. Even as he ponders how he can afford to take a wife, dark secrets from the distant past shakes his beliefs to the core and convince him he'll never be able to find forgiveness or make Carianne happy. Carianne is stunned when Rhyan breaks their secret engagement.
She leaves Sallano, the beautiful ranch house that she loves almost as much as its owner, and returns home to Westerfield. While waiting for her shattered heart to heal, she shifts her attention to building the library she's promised the town. Even though Colt Holliman offers her a courtship, circumstances keep drawing her back to Sallano and Rhyan. Torn between her affection for Colt and love for Rhyan, Carianne realizes almost too late Rhyan's troubles lie deeper than saving the ranch.
He fights an evil that threatens more than his love for her - one only God can defeat. The night of the masquerade ball at the St. George Hotel and Saloon, everything changed for Eloise and Wilson.
But her father's strong desire to marry her off to Ryan McKinnon, the man who is to inherit the land bordering theirs, is ready to crush her dreams. Wilson Pace broke his own heart by leaving Eloise behind when he was a boy. Being a miner, he had no chance of offering her the good life he wanted. But now, years later, he is back, from a miner to a successful businessman.
But as Wilson tries to win her heart back, their future will be once again threatened. At the St. As Eloise and Wilson try to prove his innocence, they will uncover things long kept secret and a scheme beyond their imagination. Will they find out who the real killer is and will their love withstand the truth-and thrive against the odds? Laura Edmonds always had her life planned out for her.
When she leaves home for the very first time to take care of her injured aunt in Utah, she couldn't have imagined that life could be such a wondrous adventure.
Abe Mavor, a charming young cowboy, lives alone on his ranch. But as their love starts to grow, so do the obstacles that threaten to pull them apart When Laura disappears, Abe realizes the man is not who he says he is.
Racing against time, he must find Laura before she is taken away from him forever. The picture I have given of their life can be relied upon, and its adventures and dangers are in no degree coloured, as I have taken them from the lips of a near relative of my own who was for some years working as a cow-boy in New Mexico.
He was an actor in many of the scenes described, and so far from my having heightened or embellished them, I may say that I have given but a small proportion of the perilous adventures through which he went, for had I given them in full it would, I am sure, have seemed to you that the story was too improbable to be true.
In treating of cow-boy life, indeed, it may well be said that truth is stranger than fiction. Pulp - Popular Western. Riders of the Rain - Allan R. A lonely sheriff. And their only hope? A diary lost in time After the inexplicable death of her father, Lillian Walter lives a quiet life with her mother, struggling to make ends meet in a small city of Texas, Rust Canyon.
Preparing to accept the marriage proposal of a man her uncle introduced her to, the arrival of the new sheriff turns her world on its axis.
Back in Utah, like a harbinger of change, a telegraph marks the end of Michael Flemming's lonely life. Now he has to return to Rust Canyon and become the new sheriff. His career suddenly finds him confronted with something a lot more dangerous than crime: love. When a series of fires start terrorizing the town, Michael realizes that his new position comes with old baggage.
However, when Lillian goes missing, things get personal. With ominous notes arriving at his doorstep, Michael must face a foe with no material form: secrets. And a long-forgotten diary just might be the key. There is only one problem: The diary has been lost for months Spend the holidays with familyIn these two Western novellas! Home is where the heart is in His Christmas Family when Laurel Adams comes home and discovers a foster kid and a seriously charming horse trainer living on her grandmother's ranch.
And in A Merry Wyoming Christmas, single mom Leann Bowden is starting over when she and her daughter are rescued from a snowstorm. Might the dashing cowboy be the Christmas gift they're dreaming of? Losing in one blow both her family and their ranch, Charlene Quinn is finally more determined to live life on her own terms. Her fate takes an unprecedented turn when a mysterious but handsome rancher arrives in town. Tyler Price moves to Bandera to escape his haunting past.
When he discovers a wounded young Comanche in his ranch, he knows he can trust only one person—the stubborn, fierce and independent Charlene Quinn. With the attackers on the loose, Charlene and Tyler join forces to protect the innocent When Charlene is attacked, a realization strikes him as a thunder.
The outlaws who keep coming at nights are not only closer but also more familiar than he thinks…. Christian The Cullanes owned San Jaime — body and soul. They always had. In San Jaime what the Cullanes said was law, and God help the man who crossed them.
So when the capable-looking drifter rode into town and tossed the rulebook out of the window, most of the townspeople ran for cover. But this time Cullane men died and San Jaime was no longer in bondage. How long this freedom would last was another question - for up in the mountains Old Man Cullane bellowed his order at his cutthroat crew. Bring him in. Bring me Sudden - dead or alive!
With themes ranging from romance to horror, and with settings in the most exotic of locations, the tales contain twists and turns and plenty of unexpected denouements. This collection of short stories have human tribulation as a common theme. They include a sentimental love story, a tale of lost opportunity in the pursuit of a mythical beast in Africa, an account of an autistic boy's tragic attempt to do good as he sees it, a simple ghost story, an act of terrorism in which an innocent party becomes implicated, and others that touch upon the supernatural and horror.
Also included within Lights in a Western Sky is a trilogy of stories offering thought-provoking interpretations of some of the events surrounding the demise and crucifixion of the biblical Jesus.
Inspired by Roald Dahl's employment of terminal twists, this book will Wealthy Carianne Barlow shares her house with three friends. They all pursue plans for career and marriage, but one by one, their dreams crumble, and they move west for love and adventure. Adela wants nothing more than find a suitable mate, and her perfect match awaits on the Kansas prairie.
What else has he failed to tell her? Ramee is engaged to a textile tycoon who offers her the chance to realize her dream of becoming a dress designer. When he becomes abusive, she escapes by answering an ad for marriage to a California cowboy with a dangerous past. Randolph Richards What was clear to the original readers of Scripture is not always clear to us. Because of the cultural distance between the biblical world and our contemporary setting, we often bring modern Western biases to the text.
For example: When Western readers hear Paul exhorting women to "dress modestly," we automatically think in terms of sexual modesty. But most women in that culture would never wear racy clothing. The context suggests that Paul is likely more concerned about economic modesty—that Christian women not flaunt their wealth through expensive clothes, braided hair and gold jewelry. Some readers might assume that Moses married "below himself" because his wife was a dark-skinned Cushite.
Actually, Hebrews were the slave race, not the Cushites, who were highly respected. Aaron and Miriam probably thought Moses was being presumptuous by marrying "above himself. What went without saying Every outlaw, gunman, and scalphunter in the south-west had drifted in to Tucson, then out into Apache country, lured by the dream of easy gold.
The Apaches killed some of them slowly and horribly; but still they came. Governor Bleke knew unless the girl was brought out soon, he would have a full-scale Indian war on his hands. He sent for the one man who might be able to do it. A tall, slow-drawling man who wore his six-guns tied low and looked as if he knew how to use them. Christian', was born in Liverpool, England and was educated there and at Aberaeron in Wales Any non-profit theater may produce it without royalties.
It is best read on a full size screen because of the fonts and format This play has won several regional awards and has been staged over times. It is an edgy, politically incorrect musical that pokes fun at politicians, government, and pop culture. Have fun with it. I am offering this play to any theater company at no cost. You may produce it without royalties. We first meet the Masked Man and Tonto as they push a shopping cart through the audience.
He is recycling aluminum cans. He is homeless and his unemployment checks have run out. The recession has been hard on him. But alas, good times are just around the corner. He lands a job as the sheriff in the small town of Dirtwater, Texas. They are breaking whiskey bottles in record numbers.
To complicate matters, J. Edgar Hoover shows up and arrests the Mayor on corruption charges. On top of all that, poor little Fester--the orphan boy--needs money for another leg operation. What a mess. There is also a cameo appearance of the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders--just for fun.
This is a politically incorrect play and proud of it. It pokes fun at Hollywood, sports, political activists, and the government. Most community theaters have used this play to increase their working capital.
It has done well for them. The author will assist any theater company in the production of The Great American Western.
Bruce Guelden. Owner of the "Red Stallion", hotelier Zoe Ferguson lives an independent but lonely life. When a charming bounty hunter arrives at her hotel looking for a wanted serial killer, her quiet days are over.
Little does he know, that behind that fair facade hides a secret past that just might be his undoing.
With Zoe's role in the hunt a complete mystery, a new revelation threatens to tear them apart, and Quinn must make a choice: hide the truth from Zoe or lose her forever.
Gina Briganti traveled from her native Sicily to start a new life in America, but a terrible fire threatens to destroy her hopes and dreams. Sora and Shiro are in fine form this volume, Jibril is as hot as ever, and Steph makes for excellent comic relief.
I think the only awkward thing was the bath scene with Shiro and Izuna. I don't know about you, but reading about an 11 and 9 year old taking a bath is just awkward. I know that Japan has different beliefs on nudity than America, and I don't really get hung up on stuff like that, but it's still awkward when the characters are that young. I almost skipped that part because reading it makes me feel like a pedobear. Dec 30, Carol Flores rated it liked it Shelves: light-novels.
It took me a long two weeks to finish reading this light novel. Don't get me wrong, I like the animal-eared-girls, AKA, the Eastern Union, but the games in this volume were not as badass as the previous ones. You can sign me up for the 4th novel, tho. Jan 12, Charcoal Champagne rated it liked it. Just like before, the story is intriguing, the games are fun, the characters are okay, and I want to shoot Sora's perverted nutsack off.
For a while in the beginning, I thought they, the main protagonists Sora and Shiro, would have character development. But they're still the same smartass, power fantasy manifesting as two humans with personalities that I don't like. I will say though, it seems they, along with other characters, are more likable when they're playing the games. Reading them trying Just like before, the story is intriguing, the games are fun, the characters are okay, and I want to shoot Sora's perverted nutsack off.
Reading them trying to outsmart and outmaneuver each other is pretty fun. Aug 05, Cameron rated it it was ok. Probably my least favorite of the books so far. Still has some charm, but it's just missing something. Sora hatches his least interesting "Batman Plan" google TV Tropes if unfamiliar and the opening arc never sat right with me. I guess it had a nice payoff but the bulk of dragged a bit. I'll still hold out hope for the rest of the series but yknow now im skeptical. Sep 06, Brandon rated it really liked it Shelves: humor , fantasy , light-novel.
The first-person-shooter game chapter was actually pretty thrilling, for its fucking page duration, despite being or because it is a light novel action sequence. And it's always a little fun to have Sora reveal his keikaku that have been apparently building up through the entire series. I don't know how anyone could like Death Note and not enjoy this, since it's basically the same shit. I loved the anime series of this book but sadly, there was no season 2 of the anime so I switched over onto the Light Novels to continue on with the story!
Volumes contain season 1, and I'm about to read volume 4! The light novel continues awesome and I fell that the echi was less extreme, or at least I am getting used to it. I still wish that the covers were less appellative, it makes it easier to read them in public. Still not sure how I like this series. I think that, without having seen the anime, it would be very hard to follow. This book is the last one that has been animated, so we'll see if the next one is more or less enjoyable.
May 16, Mandy rated it really liked it Shelves: adventure , fantasy , light-novel , ya-books , owned , crossover-to-another-world. Book three has Sora and Shiro going up against the eastern Union in a all-or-nothing game. It is also the end of the anime. I enjoyed the high jinks of the siblings as well as the complexity of the endgame. So book four will be new territory. I can't wait to dive into new material. Jun 19, Ricardo Matos rated it it was amazing Shelves: light-novels.
Funny, the games are true brain teasers. Yes Sora and Shiro are over the top intelligent predicting just about anything, but they stay true to their gamer personas :D It was a fun read, and I'm looking forward to the next volume. Aug 23, Jeffrey rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy. Quite dry compared to past volumes. Jul 13, Gabriel Mulia rated it it was amazing. I think this book is the most dense in the series, it had a lot of explanation and detail.
Jan 05, Andri Wijaya rated it it was amazing. En la primer parte del libro se consigue la ayuda de los elfos. En la segunda parte del libro se tiene el juego contra la Eastern Union. Son hermanos y cada uno tiene habilidades diferentes. Ella Shiro es muy buena calculando y realizando las tareas altamente complejas. En el primer juego Shiro debe confiar ciegamente en su hermano. Gracias al contenido del primer juego, podemos conocer mejor a los personajes. Es un juego reflexivo.
Mar 29, Niquie rated it really liked it Shelves: family , fascinating-interesting-ideas , games , light-novel , pov-3rd , pov-1st , roleplaying-virtual-reality , series-trilogy-duology , silly-light-fluff , freaking-harem. This vol was so much fun! I don't know what happened with book 2, but the games, characters, and even writing was just better or at least less noticeably bad.
My one main complaint is the waste of potential that was the resolution to book 2's cliffhanger. There's a game where memories are exchanged, which is my favorite plot.
I love characters seeing other characters' memories, so I was pretty disappointed that while character B and character C swapped memories I didn't get to read any flashback This vol was so much fun!
I love characters seeing other characters' memories, so I was pretty disappointed that while character B and character C swapped memories I didn't get to read any flashback scenes. Not to mention the cliffhanger was resolved in a chapter. But moving on, the rest of the book made me remember why I liked book 1 so much. I'm pretty excited to see whats the next game, and props to the author for being able to even write a story where characters see so far ahead.
And thumbs up to old geezer get. Not to mention that the gameplay of each character seemed complex as well, making it even more thrilling and distinctive. Imagining and conjuring up the scenes in the story also turned out to be an enjoyable part of the over-all reading experience.
And although I still find it hard to connect wi 3. And although I still find it hard to connect with the characters because of a lot of their "very" fictional attributes and also because there has been little to no character development shown in most chapters, I nevertheless see all of them as essential and unique in the plot. Oct 22, Matan Michaeli added it. I do whole heartily believe that Izuna is the best character in the series. The sequence of events to finish the Othello game is a thrilling end.
The team's shiro, dola, and jibril go through logical processes to determine the situation, and move forward. Theses steps are clearly though about and decisive to the story. It shows Shiros maturity by herself. The game against the werebeast is a thrilling adventure that illustrates everyone as a I do whole heartily believe that Izuna is the best character in the series.
The game against the werebeast is a thrilling adventure that illustrates everyone as an integral part for the imanity team and to what I believe will the entire series. Nov 18, Creativeimaginator rated it it was amazing. With all the action, it's a little hard to follow sometimes, along with the complex inner workings of our main characters' minds. However, it's still thrilling to read how they'll be able to best their opponents.
One of the things that I loved and thought that it was really funny, is that in the end the only people that actually have to suffer was only Steph and Ino since they became basically the servants of Sora and Shiro. Oct 29, Ventage rated it it was amazing. Some differences with anime. Sora tries to find some "bugs" in the absolutness of the 10 oaths. I Wish that was also in the anime. I want to read the next volume.
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