When it rains, it pours... Television weatherman Nick Lau’s romantic weekend with his boyfriend, Austin, ends in disaster before it even has the chance to begin. Austin dumps him and leaves their cabin just as the heavens open, and soon, the mountain is awash in dangerous flash floods.
Park ranger Jay Archer just wants to escort the tourists off the mountain and to safety. But instead, he finds himself stranded in a small cabin with the very attractive Nick Lau.
He seeks sanctuary with Nick, who returns the favor by seeking a different kind of sanctuary in Jay’s arms. Genres: Gay / Contemporary / BDSM / Interracial / Multicultural / Series Heat Level: 3 Length: Novella (20k words)
Lisa Manning is just out of prison, and her main goal is to regain her daughter from her overbearing aunt and rebuild her life.
Having learned how to forgive while incarcerated, Lisa soon learns how to love again when she meets banker Ethan Vance.
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This guide to the New Testament, like its companion volume, A Guide Through the Old Testament, combines the background information of a textbook with the format of a workbook to create a unique resource for studying the New Testament. By eliciting as much active response from the reader as possible, Celia Sinclair provides the basis for personal hands-on study, direct reading of the scripture (including Old Testament references where appropriate), and a study guide for group discussion.
This brilliant blend of history, biography, and criticism explores the seminal figures of twentieth-century French art—Matisse, Picasso, Derain, Léger, Dufy, Braque, Giacometti, Balthus, and Hélion—and the vital art world in which they thrived. The ten interlocking essays in this important book include radical new evaluations of Derain, Léger, and Dufy, and penetrating studies of the final works of Picasso and Braque. Paris Without End, Jed Perl’s first book, is now celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary and is essential reading for anyone passionate about modern art. Roberta Smith called it “a quiet, cogent tour de force. . . . As one critic’s demonstration of what he considers the best in art and the best way to write about it, this book sets a high standard.” Hilton Kramer also noted, “Everyone who cares about the art of the twentieth century will find something to disagree with in this book—its many unorthodox judgments are bound to be controversial—but that, in my view, is a mark of the book’s importance.”
Tandis que la communauté de Fableville fourbit ses armes en prévision de la guerre imminente contre l'Adversaire, Gobe-Mouche se rend dans les Royaumes pour défier Gepetto et ses troupes. Soutenu par de nombreux Fables ayant trépassé dans le Puits Magique, le prince Ambrose entend bien se proclamer roi du premier territoire arraché à l'Empereur.
Mais il devra d'abord affronter les vastes armées de l'ennemi... Sur un scénario de Bill Willingham et des dessins de Mark Buckingham, découvrez la conclusion en apothéose de l'une des plus décisives sagas de FABLES. Regroupe les épisodes 65 à 69.