18+ for language and sexual situations... Andi Rivers has had a hard life. She's working on putting the pieces back together after a failed marriage that nearly broke her. Returning to the one place she'd rather forget, Andi finds that an old flame could reignite a fire she never knew was burning. Dalton Moore has spent the past few years living in Scotland, close to his sister who has been "bound" into an immortal race of Vikings. His focus has been on keeping her and their newfound family safe, until his father has a heart attack and Dalton rushes to his parents' side. In coming home, he's once again face-to-face with the woman who broke his heart years ago and she's not ready to let him in. When she's threatened by an unknown source, he finds himself unwilling to let her go. But will holding on mean losing his life...or hers? *** The Dance Forces of good and evil continue to wage battle as our brave band of travelers uncover the truth about their enemy. And they must find a way to honor the oath they swore before time runs out. The Dance is the ninth in a series of short stories in the Bound by Time collection, available exclusively in the Cauld Ane Series Tenth Anniversary Editions.
35 KUP BOUND SIGHT BY CAULD ANE SERIES BOOK 9 NEW YORK TIMES AND USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR PIPER DAVENPORT BOUND SIGHT -BYCAULD ANE SERIES BOOK 9 YEAR ANNIVERSARY 10. Front Cover.
Author: Piper Davenport
Publisher: Trixie Publishing, Inc.
Danielle Harris is the daughter of an overprotective police chief and has led a sheltered life. As a kindergarten teacher, she’s as far removed from the world of Harleys and bikers as you could get, but when she’s rescued by the sexy and dangerous Austin Carver, her life is changed forever. Although Austin ‘Booker’ Carver is enamored by the innocent Dani, he tries to keep the police chief’s daughter at arm’s length. But when a threat is made from an unexpected source, he finds himself falling hard and fast for the only woman who can tame his wild heart. Will Booker be able to find the source of the threat before it’s too late? Will Dani finally give her heart to a man who’s everything she’s been warned about?
Cauld Ane Series Bound by Blood Bound by Fire Bound by Secrets Bound by Song Bound by Dreams Bound by Tears Bound by Light Bound by Joy Bound by Sight Limelight Series Broken Road The Road Back Civil War Brides Series The Bride Price ...
Author: Piper Davenport
Publisher: Trixie Publishing, Inc.
This book explores the phenomenon of second sight in nineteenth-century literature and culture. Second sight is a form of prophetic vision associated with the folklore of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. Described in Gaelic as the An-da-shealladh or ‘the two sights’, those in possession of this extraordinary power are said to foresee future events like the death of neighbour, the arrival of strangers into the community, the success or failure of a fishing trip. From the late seventeenth century onwards, rumours of this strange faculty attracted the attention of numerous scientists, travel writers, antiquarians, poets and artists. Focusing on the nineteenth century, this book examines second sight in relation to mesmerism and phrenology, modern spiritualism and anthropology, romance literature and folklorism and finally, psychical research and Celtic mysticism. Tracing the migration of a supposedly ‘Scottish’ tradition through various sites of nineteenth-century popular culture, it explores questions of nationhood and identity alongside those posed by supernatural phenomena.
In the poem Ossian's physical sightlessness is identified as a source of both poetic and prophetic insight, and this confluence bound second sight to models of inspiration developing through the period.98 Reflecting on this merging of ...
Author: Elsa Richardson
Category: Literary Criticism
I did not see . the girl before that ; * the girl did not come out on the track , and she was not in sight before the locomotive of the east - bound train got on the crossing . Up to the time the locomotive got on the crossing I was ...
20 LEGEND Heavy lines - East bound Light lines - West bound WEST BOUND Design speed based on AASHO / Standards 90 - Percentile speed 7.00 ' Curve PC 583 ' long 600 EAST BOUND SIGHT DISTANCE - FEET 400 Average speed WEST BOUND Inside ...
Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Highway Research Board
Category: Highway research
It is uniquestionably true that the deceased was bound to exercise his sight to avoid danger at the crossing . He was not bound to the greatest diligence which he could have exercised in that way : but he was bound to exercise such care ...
Author: New York (State). Court of Appeals
Category: Law reports, digests, etc
If you get there before I do , I am bound for the land of Canaan ; Look out for me I'm coming too , 4. ... How happy is the pilgrim's lot , And seek a city out of sight , I am bound for the land of Canaan , I am bound for the land of ...
Category: Evangelistic music
a a With respect to the time when bills payable at or after sight should be presented for acceptance , the only rule , whether the bill be foreign or inland ... the holder is bound to present the bill in a reasonable time .
Author: Isaac Fletcher Redfield
Category: Negotiable instruments
"Second Sight has meaning for all of us, whether we see well or not well or not at all. . . . Warm subtle, percipient, with strong feelings lightly expressed."—August Frugé
I was bound to my braille watch, to the arrival of readers and drivers, to the unacceptability of taking an extra half hour because if I did someone would be kept waiting. No matter how hard 188 / S E C O N D S I G H T.
Author: Robert V. Hine
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Sight-reading is a skill which offers a student access to all music literature; a skill through which he can acquaint himself with any composition, unaided by a teacher. Nor can the ability to sight-read be lost. Once musical notation has become a living picture for the student, it will remain so, and he will at any time afterward be able to perform any music whether he practices regularly or not. Sight-reading does not conflict with repertoire study. On the contrary, a good sight-reader has no trouble in perfecting a piece, and is all the more stimulated to do so. After a student has developed adequate facility in sight-reading, he is ready for unrehearsed or little rehearsed performance; this is especially important for chamber musicians and accompanists. Also, to musicians in other fields who take piano lessons as an additional subject, sight-reading will be very welcome. Thus it is suitable for every piano pupil. For the amateur student, however, the sight-reading method is imperative. Not only does it direct him to an appropriate goal-developing musicianship-but it also helps him to attain it. It is not the privilege of especially talented persons. To play a piano piece correctly at sight implies nothing more than a coordination of the player's ears, eyes, and hands. Every normal person can develop that coordination, though it may mean hard work for some. The efficacy of sight-reading has been proven by my own teaching experience and by that of my co-workers over a period of a great many years with numerous students of all ages and types. Most of our students would have failed under traditional instruction. Many actually had failed, but they resumed their piano studies with our new approach and then succeeded.
The discrepancy in our expectations was bound to disappoint both my teacher and me. My own disappointment appeared in the very first lesson, when my teacher started out with finger exercises, scales, and other drills, dry as dust.
Author: Leonhard Deutsch
Publisher: Read Books Ltd