The Highland Laird S Bride Mills Boon Historical Lovers And Legends Book 3

Author: Nicole Locke
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 1474042406
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At the gates of a Scottish keep... Lioslath of Clan Fergusson has defended her clan and her orphaned siblings against countless enemies. So when Laird Colquhoun, the man responsible for the death of her father, arrives at the gates of her crumbling keep, she’ll fight him all the way!

The Earl S Forbidden Ward

Author: Bronwyn Scott
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
ISBN: 1742927718
Size: 69.86 MB
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Innocent debutante Tessa Branscombe senses that underneath her handsome guardian's cool demeanor there is an intensely passionate nature. The arrogant earl infuriates her–yet makes her want to explore those hidden depths.... Peyton Ramsden, Earl of Dursley, has no time for girls–especially those who are suddenly given over to his care! Miss Tessa Branscombe, in particular, is trouble. She tempts this very proper earl to misbehave–and forbidden fruit always tastes that much sweeter.

A Lover S Kiss

Author: Margaret Moore
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426820623
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Sir Douglas Drury was a spy during the Napoleonic war and has the scars, and enemies, to show for it. When he is set upon in a London street, he finds it hard to be grateful because his rescuer is not only a woman, but French into the bargain! Juliette Bergerine has learned to keep herself safe by avoiding undue attention, but now her life is also in danger and, together, she and Drury must take refuge in a mansion in Mayfair. There, this broodingly cynical man proves an irresistible temptation….

Ghost Brothers

Author: Rony Blum
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773572465
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Devastating losses caused by diseases such as smallpox led to an epidemic of bereavement among the Natives. This loss resonated with the French, who had dealt with smaller epidemics in France and were also mourning their absent communities through a nostalgia for home. Blum traces how ghosts provided transgenerational and transcultural links that guided understanding rather than encouraging violence. Ghost Brothers insightfully examines the process of this colonial interdependent alliance between Native and European worlds.

Sold To The Viking Warrior

Author: Michelle Styles
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488021147
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In her captor's bed! Women are not part of Sigurd Sigmundson's existence, and Eilidith should purely be a means to an end to gain access to a well-guarded Viking stronghold. He would have to be made of iron, though, not to be stirred by the warmly sensual woman beneath her ice-cold shield. Liddy has been made to feel ugly and insignificant because of her facial birthmark. Surely her captor couldn't physically desire her? But, oh, how the stifled, passionate Liddy yearns to experience unrestrained love in his arms…

Historical Dictionary Of The Berbers Imazighen

Author: Hsain Ilahiane
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442281820
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This second edition of Historical Dictionary of the Berbers contains a chronology, an introduction, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 200 cross-referenced entries on important personalities, places, events, institutions, and aspects of culture, society, economy, and politics.

A History Of The Spanish Lexicon

Author: Steven N. Dworkin
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0199541140
Size: 67.49 MB
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Written from the twin perspectives of linguistic and cultural change, this pioneering book describes the language inherited from Latin and how it was then influenced by the Visigothic and Arabic invasions and later by contact with Old French, Old Provençal, English and, not least, with the indigenous languages of South and Central America.

Born To Ice

Publisher: TeNeues
ISBN: 9783961711239
Size: 26.74 MB
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The Arctic is in Paul Nicklen's blood. Born and raised on Baffin Island, he grew up amid the ice fields, flows and frigid seas of the north. At an age when most children were playing hide--and--seek, Paul was learning life and death lessons of survival -- how to read the weather, how to find shelter in a frozen landscape, and how to live off the land, as his Inuit neighbours had done for centuries. Today, Nicklen is a naturalist and wildlife photographer uniquely qualified to portray the impact of climate change on the Polar Regions, and their inhabitants -- human and animal alike.