Cat Kincaid is obsessed with killing the man she believes is responsible for the torture and death of her sister, but when she eventually catches up with him, survival becomes a greater priority than revenge. Kerry Marchant, haunted by memories, regret, and self-blame, shields himself from the pain of the past by committing himself totally to the starship, Destiny, of which he is part owner. However, the beautiful, red-haired woman who reminds him of his lost love, and who he suspects is working for a corrupt regime, represents a possible threat not only to the ship, but to his heart. Marooned on an inhospitable planet, they need to work together to stay alive, fighting not only unknown assailants, but their growing attraction. But how can they learn to trust each other when he has vowed never to get close to a woman again, and she made a solemn pledge to destroy him?
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ENEMY,] Kerry Marchant is not the villain Cat Kincaid thinks he is...the strange
cause of all their troubles is a shock that fills in all the blanks in a satisfying
Author: Hywela Lyn
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
Jenny's allegiance lay with the Confederate Army. But her heart belonged to the enemy. Faithful to her family and the land of her birth, young Jenny Jordan covers for her father's Confederate spy missions. But as she grows closer to handsome Union soldier Buck Brownell. Jenny finds herself torn between devotion to the South and her feelings for the man she is forbidden to love. Overwhelmed by pressure to assist the South, Jenny agrees to carry critical information over enemy lines. But when she is caught in Buck Brownell's territory, will he follow orders to execute the beautiful spy or find a way to save his Beloved Enemy? From the Trade Paperback edition.
He knew the penalty for being caught as an enemy spy. Lola was white with
shock. Fully aware that she would face a Union firing squad, her hands quivered
and her knees turned to jelly. BELOVED ENEMY aiiiiiaraa riiiltiiritir-rrlri a Buck ...
Author: Al Lacy
The novel covers a twenty-year period beginning in 1942. Alice, a young woman in the British Womens Army whose mother was German, agrees to become a spy. She is parachuted into enemy-occupied France and helped by the French Resistance to reach the German border, where she is met by members of the little-known German Resistance. Her job is to seduce a colonel who works in intelligence and who is involved in troop movements. The novel explores the effect of war on the lives of people while keeping its central focus on a determined, sensitive, maturing woman.
“My beloved enemy,” she whispered as she gently lay his hand down by his side.
“We didn't stand a chance, my love. We were their pawns; they used us both.” A
few moments passed before she picked up the gun which she had placed on the
Author: Sheila Munds – Belbin
HOW COULD SHE FALL IN LOVE WITH A YANKEE? Julia Chandler was a true daughter of the Confederacy, believing any man who wore Union blue was no man at all. But the magic of a costume ball transformed her, and she looked beyond his mask and saw in the eyes of Major Robert Montgomery the mirror of her very soul! Major Rob Montgomery had good reason to hate Southerners. Hadn't Rebel gunfire shattered his dreams along with his hand? And yet he yearned for even a moonlit glimpse of Miss Julia, a sheltered Virginia belle, forbidden him by war and politics, but destined for him by heart's true love!
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Author: Mary Schaller
Set in the turbulent period of the English Civil War, Margaret Dickinson's Beloved Enemy is a light romantic tale from the author of Fleethaven. Raised in a strict Puritan household, Charmian Radley is betrothed to her cousin Joshua Mason. But through the years of Cromwell's rule her memories are of the handsome Royalist, Campbell Denholm, now in exile. When the Royalists return, the marriage between Charmian and Joshua is hastily arranged. Arriving at the Mason's castle, the wedding party is surrounded by King's Men led by Sir Geoffrey Denholm and his son, Campbell. Is Charmian to know him only as an enemy?
Margaret Dickinson BELOVED ENEMY Copyright Author's Note Chapter One
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Author: Margaret Dickinson
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
The Secretary of Homeland Security has been shot dead at his home in Washington. The last man to see him alive? Special Agent Jack McClure. Secretary Denis Paull had information so sensitive, it cost him his life. But, before he died, he passed his secret on to Jack McClure. Wanted for murder, Jack is in a race against time. He must outrun the FBI, outrun the paid assassins on his trail, and find the real killer before he loses everything. But in order to save his life he must confront Annika Dementieva, the woman he once loved, but who is now his most deadly enemy...
Author: Eric Van Lustbader
Publisher: Head of Zeus
FROM THE DESK OF JULIET BLANCHARD I thought working in our family if rm would if nally make my father show some interest in me. he's always been distant toward me—possibly because I might not be his child? (I found an incriminating photo of my long-presumed-dead mother with a man I resemble.) Then I found he gave Brandon De Witte my job! I know this handsome newcomer is keeping secrets—hopefully not dangerous ones. Because not only is my faith shaken right now, but someone seems to want me out of the picture, permanently.
THE SECRETS OF STONELEY: Six sisters face murder, mayhem and mystery
while unraveling the past. FATAL IMAGE—Lenora Worth (LIS#38) LITTLE GIRL
LOST—Shirlee McCoy (LIS#40) BELOVED ENEMY—Terri Reed (LIS#44) THE ...
Author: Terri Reed
From New York Times bestselling author Jane Feather, a moving, unforgettable romance of defiance and desire. . . England's disastrous Civil War has robbed Lady Virginia Courtney of everything she holds dear--everything but her home, perched on the cliffs of the Isle of Wight. Left alone to defend it, she is powerless when the enemy forces arrive--but even more defenseless when she meets their leader, a fiercely commanding man whose eyes seem to see through to her very soul. Colonel Alexander Marshall is no less affected by his prisoner of war, the bewitching, capable woman who has seen so much loss in her young life. Though he would be justified to send her to the mainland--and to her certain death as a traitor--his hand is stayed by compassion. . .and undeniable desire. But even the most passionate love affair may not be enough to hold two sworn enemies together in the midst of war. . .
“I wonder then what I should call you, my lover and my enemy, my raggle-taggle
gypsy of the bare brown legs and sandy feet and filthy hands.” Ginny
inadvertently dropped her eyes to her hands. They were indeed filthy, and she
knew not how ...
Author: Jane Feather
Publisher: Zebra Books
In the twelfth century, as France and England compete for dominion, one woman’s passions and ambitions will change history . . . “Aquitaine is mine. It will never belong to anyone else.” With these words, fifteen-year-old Eleanor seals her fate. Aquitaine is under the French king’s safekeeping, and Eleanor, the Duke of Aquitaine’s eldest daughter, knows she must wed Prince Louis in order to insure the future of her beloved duchy. Fiercely independent, filled with untapped desire, the woman who would be queen must provide Louis VII, her monkish husband, with heirs. But it is young Henry of Anjou who catches Eleanor’s eye—and sets fire to her heart. Ruled by a raging drive to succeed, Henry vows that he will not be cheated of his rightful place on the English throne. Yet the newly christened Duke of Normandy is thoroughly enraptured by the French queen. In Eleanor, Henry knows he has found a woman whose hunger for life and glory matches his own. So begins a passionate love that will span decades and change the course of history.
Author: Ellen Jones
Publisher: Open Road Media
He was the shrewdest, wisest, most cold-blooded and ruthless young Son of Heaven in the dynasty. She was the most mysterious and legendary Grand Princess of the Southern Tang Dynasty. She calmed the internal strife and supported the young Emperor. He wanted to unify the world, and she wanted to protect her home and her country. He had searched the entire world to kill her, but she had risen up every step of the way in his harem, and she was favored by six palaces. One day, when her secret identity was revealed, would he love her as he had ever loved her? At that time, he disregarded the courtesies of the court, and the officials of the court all disagreed, dispersing the six palaces for her, giving her a moment of favor. He said, "Susu, you are not only my queen, you are also a woman who wants to see the world with me." At this moment, above the jade steps, he was sitting on the Dragon Throne.
He was the shrewdest, wisest, most cold-blooded and ruthless young Son of Heaven in the dynasty.
Author: Na LanChuQing
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Author: Mary Wibberley
FROM THE DESK OF JULIET BLANCHARD I thought working in our family firm would finally make my father show some interest in me. He's always been distant toward me–possibly because I might not be his child? (I found an incriminating photo of my long-presumed-dead mother with a man I resemble.)
FROM THE DESK OF JULIET BLANCHARD I thought working in our family firm would finally make my father show some interest in me.
Author: Terri Reed
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
"When he looks at me, I feel beautiful. I feel clean and refreshed, as if I had just stepped from my bath, and so fragile that I know even a touch could injure me. And yet I am strong, for I know I have power over him." In this hauntingly beautiful love story told in classic form, Ursula, a 16-year-old German refugee, and Russell, an American tank commander, meet in a "city of the dead" in the last days of the Second World War in Europe. At first, Ursula hides herself behind a child's shield—"the way she hunches up her shoulders and smiles shyly from under her brow"—but Jack Halley, Russell's friend and confidant, soon sees the incredibly beautiful young woman behind the mask. He assumes the role of Friar Laurence and tries to help the "beloved enemies" reach each other across the war's barriers of evil and guilt. "This is wrong. Monstrous! If we can show no mercy now, in this hour of victory, here in these ruins reeking with death and destruction!—when all we know of the girl and what happened here cries out for the madness of war to end!—then…what will become of us?"
My Beloved Enemy Robert Williams. a wild idea! Suppose I were to dress and
run through the night to her house? I could tell her about—no! I must stop this,
find a release from this awful fascination. It is against human nature to think so
Author: Robert J. Williams
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The Faces ( Human and Otherwise ) of the Enemy The “ game ” of identifying and
responding to our enemies has been changed ... In a sense , the frontier served
as a beloved enemy for the restless , energetic , expansionist Americans of the ...
Author: David P. Barash
Category: Social Science
The first full-length critical study of the British television director Alan Clarke, whose varied career included the gritty social realism of the banned 'Scum', the fantasy 'Penda's Fen' and the influential terrorist short, 'Elephant'.
The first section covers various productions in the period between Beloved
Enemy and Road , the second section looks at his plays on terrorism and
Northern Ireland , PsyWarriors , Contact and Elephant , and the third section
focuses on his ...
Author: Dave Rolinson
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Critically wounded in battle, a handsome officer with amnesia grows to love beautiful Hannah Rose. Risking all he knows and loves, he confronts his memories -- including the mysterious woman he may have left behind.
AN EXCERPT FROM Beloved Enemy # If you enjoyed the love story of Cliff
Barrett and Hannah Rose Claiborne, you'll also want to read Beloved Enemy.
The following excerpt begins as Jenny Jordan approaches a Union checkpoint,
set up to ...
Author: Al Lacy