A shared past that no one knew about until Demon and Paige's worlds collided again. Demon and Paige both made mistakes eight years ago, tearing apart the love they had for each other. Now, Demon has Paige in his sights again, and he isn't going to let her go. But things aren't always what they seem. Could Demon and Paige be over before they even start again, or will the past fade, making room for the ending they've always wanted?
A shared past that no one knew about until Demon and Paige's worlds collide again.
Author: Winter Travers
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
The second novel in the seductive, medieval Bound in Darkness series A dangerous destiny. . . On the battlefields of Norman Britain, Tristan DuMaine cheated death countless times. Now he only wants to live a quiet life at his borderlands manor. But it will take an otherworldly power -- the bite of a vampire -- to unleash his fiercest appetite for revenge after a band of brigands forces him into a sham marriage with a rebel spitfire. A heart of fury. . . She watched Norman invaders murder her father; now beautiful Siobhan vows to avenge him. At Castle DuMaine she imprisons her sworn enemy in a marital power play designed to betray his allegiance to his cousin, Henry II. But the insatiable bloodlust that flows through Tristan's veins will soon ensnare them both in a hungry passion that inhabits a dark haven where secret desires live forever. . . .
The second novel in the seductive, medieval Bound in Darkness series A dangerous destiny.
Author: Lucy Blue
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
This book is based upon the cruelty that the Devil’s Knights inflicts on innocents. How one’s determination and drive can overcome adversities. That at the end of the long dark tunnel, there’s still hope.
I got out of the ambulance and wanted to know what's going to happen to that devil's knight, he was just as bad as the others, no feeling behind what they're doing and how much pain they are causing others, and all the grief they put on ...
Author: Patricia Harris Lawson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Although they looked like typical medieval knights, they were also monks who took vows of chastity, poverty and obedience. These were the members of the Knights Templars, a group of French aristocrats whose mission during the Crusades was to protect pilgrims visiting Jerusalem. (Biblical Studies)
A vivid description of the formation of the Templars as a strict religious-military order, their political and financial power and the legends surrounding them.
Author: Frank Sanello
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
The Devil's Historians offers a passionate corrective to common - and very dangerous - myths about the medieval world.
But the horse is what symbolizes the aristocratic knight's relationship to the common people: The horse that the knight sits on and that takes him wherever he needs to go symbolizes the common people, for the people must likewise bear ...
Author: Amy S. Kaufman
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
This is one of the best resources for understanding the Tarot's mystical symbolism. It includes an updated history based on Place's The Tarot: History Symbolism and Divination, which "Booklist" said " may be the best book ever written on ...the tarot." This edition adds color illustrations of key works and comparative illustrations from the Renaissance, from alchemical texts, from ancient Egypt, and from occult sources. It views the Tarot as a 500-year visual conversation between artists, mystics, and occultists. The work is based on the 2010 Tarot exhibition at the LA Craft and Folk Art Museum, curated by Place, and includes the Visconti-Sforza Tarot, the 1st Italian printed deck, the oldest Tarot of Marseille, The 1st occult reference, the 1st occult Tarot, the 1st modern Tarot, the 1st New Age Tarot, and examples from popular modern decks including the Twilight Tarot, the Legacy Tarot, the Deviant Moon Tarot, the Annotated Tarot of the Sevenfold Mystery, and Place's Alchemical Tarot.
The knight is facing Death but seems unaware that the Devil is approaching from the rear. With the introduction of the Devil, the knight is about to face the definitive struggle in his journey, a struggle with his own inner shadow.
Author: Robert M. Place
Anti-erotic elements in feminism have joined forces with Islam and Christianity to condemn prostitution, the male gaze and the natural love men have for the feminine body as a symbol of universal beauty. The author, whose religion is based in Tantra regards these attitudes both wrong and offensive to pagans. Lee Huxley, claims to be a ?knower? - an enlightened one who sees with the third eye and whose wisdom and lateral thinking demonstrate his special insights in this book. Lee knows the truth ? the unthinkable ? that Jesus Christ, the hellfire and damnation preacher, is not the Son of God but the Son of Evil. If Christ is the Son of Evil, then Lee argues from this basis, that Judaism, Christianity and Islam are blasphemies. This book asks how Western civilization could be founded on lies, delusions and blasphemies that even today are still taken seriously. This book is the result of a lifetime of research which has culminated in the formulation of the Devil's Wager. The Devil's Wager challenges you, the reader, to name any moral idea from the worst evildoers of history that is as evil as the central teaching of the Bible and the Koran, namely that God will resurrect the human race and torture most of them in hell for all eternity. Fifty per cent of the damned will be women. The male God of monotheism is a hellfire pyromaniac: Jesus Christ and Allah are arsonists who burn women alive! This is the feminist issue of our times. Lee uses the writings of theologian and lapsed Catholic Mary Daly, one of the greatest feminist thinkers, to explain their common conviction that feminism must now assume the role of the Antichrist and bring an end to monotheism!
Knight uses this comment of Bunyan to raise an important issue: Few children, it may be hoped, suffer similar anguish today but in sofar as this is so, it is not, as is often claimed, because presentday Christianity has attained a ...
Author: Lee Huxley
Publisher: Author House
Exploring the relationship of heresy, dissent and society in the 12th and 13th Centuries,The Devil’s World shows how people made conscious choices between heresy and orthodoxy in the middle ages and were not afraid to exert their power as ‘consumers’ of religion. The book gives an account of all popular religious movements, looks at the threat that heresy presented to the Church and lay powers and considers the measures they took to deal with it. Ideal for students of medieval and religious history.
... the end the committee of knights and bishops charged with the selection process approached a relatively obscure knight from the Ile de France, Simon de Montfort. Even at a distance of eight centuries, Simon is an intriguing figure.
Author: Andrew Roach
We must knight our dogs to get any lower. Brave Knights Kennelers then shall be, Noble Knights of the Golden Flea, Knights of the Order of St. Steboy, Knights of St. Gorge and Sir Knights Jawy. God speed the day when this knighting fad ...
Author: Ambrose Bierce
A wealthy countess lies dying at the Convent of the Paraclete, brutally beaten by an unknown assailant. Despite entreaties, she is unwilling to name her killer. So the beautiful Catherine LeVendeur, the Paraclete's most learned young novice-scholar, vows to find out the identity of the woman's attacker. When her beloved Edgar comes to lead her away from the convent to a life outside, Catherine is torn between her quest for justice and the pledge she has made him. Refusing to break any of her promises, Catherine knows that if she abandons her crusade for the truth, the killing will continue, and the convent she loves may be destroyed . . .
Bishop Hatto had gone out himself that night, leading the knights and showering his wrath upon the rioters. Whether through fear of excommunication or of the swords of the knights, the people were finally convinced to disperse without ...
Author: Sharan Newman
Publisher: Hachette UK
Thirty-eight years after the end of World War II, detective Leopold Czernik is hired by a Holocaust survivor to try to track down art works stolen from his family by the Nazis. His investigations lead him into a tangled web of violence, treachery and murder.
National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication Knight, William E The devil's end game / William E. Knight. ISBN 1-55369-397-3 ISBN 9-7814-1224-697-2 (ebook) I. Title. P5356LN459D49 2002 813'.54 C2002-901582-0 'IRAFIDRD This book ...
Author: William E. Knight
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Andre Verlain is on top of the world. At the age of twenty-six, he is already a respected member of the medical field, in love with a beautiful woman, Rachel Hayot. But then, in 1902, he finds himself in France, where he learns how easy it is to fall from the highest height to the lowest low. While in Paris, Andre meets a mysterious fortune teller, and Madame Boulier has some bad news . According to Madame, Andre must soon make a choice. It is foretold that the woman he truly loves is doomed to die in the city of St. Pierre on the island of Martinique-killed by the eruption of the volcano, Pelee. Andre is suspicious-until he sets foot on the destined island and realizes he has eight days before Pelee is fated to explode. Andre is in love with Rachel; the soothsayer must be referring to her ... but what of the enchanting island woman known only as White Flower? Rachel is the daughter of a rich plantation owner; she is safety and comfort. White Flower is the sister of a voodoo cultist-a dangerous man, hell-bent on killing Andre. She is not a viable prospect for marriage, so why does Andre feel such strong connection to the island beauty? Time is running out. Andre can only save one woman-but which one? And will Andre survive long enough to love her?
“Senator Knight,” said Jean, “is active in the forth-coming elections. “ “Well I can understand why a white man would have a charming girl like you as his secretary,” said Andre with a smile. “Senator Knight is a black man,” said ...
Author: Dahn Alexander Batchelor
A detailed military biography of the most highly decorated Nazi regimental commander in WWII. The most highly decorated German regimental commander of World War II, Hyazinth Graf Strachwitz first won the Iron Cross in the Great War. He was serving with the 1st Panzer Division when the Polish campaign inaugurated World War II. Strachwitz’s exploits as commander of a panzer battalion during the French campaign earned him further decorations before he transferred to the newly formed 16th Panzer Division. There, he participated in the invasion of Yugoslavia and then Operation Barbarossa, where he earned the Knight’s Cross. At Stalingrad, he reached the Volga and fought on the northern rim of Sixth Army’s perimeter. Severely wounded during battle, he was flown out of the Stalingrad pocket and was thus spared the fate of the rest of Sixth Army. Upon recuperation, he was named commander of the Grossdeutschland Division’s panzer regiment and won the Swords to the Knight’s Cross during Manstein’s counteroffensive at Kharkov. Wounded twelve times during the war, and barely surviving a lethal car crash, Strachwitz finally surrendered to the Americans in May 1945. Historian Raymond Bagdonas, though impaired by the disappearance of 16th Panzer Division’s official records at Stalingrad, and the fact that many of the Panzer Graf’s later battlegroups never kept them, has written a vividly detailed account of this combat leader’s life, as well as ferocious armored warfare in World War II.
This could be because all his actions which were written up as meriting an award were sufficient for a higher grade of the Knight's Cross rather than the lower-grade German Cross. In several books, articles and websites he is mentioned ...
Author: Raymond Bagdonas
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This carefully crafted ebook: "The Devil's Dictionary (or The Cynic's Wordbook: Unabridged with all the Definitions)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. The book is a classic satire in the form of a dictionary on which Bierce worked for decades. It was originally published in 1906 as The Cynic's Word Book before being retitled in 1911. A number of the definitions are accompanied by satiric verses, many of which are signed with comic pseudonyms. It offers reinterpretations of terms in the English language which lampoon cant and political double-talk as well as other aspects of human foolishness and frailty. The definitions provide satirical, witty and often politically pointed representations of the words that is seeks to "define". The Devil's Dictionary has inspired many imitations both in its day and more recently. Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce (1842 – 1914?) was an American satirist, critic, poet, editor and journalist. Bierce became a prolific author of short stories often humorous and sometimes bitter or macabre. His dark, sardonic views and vehemence as a critic earned him the nickname, "Bitter Bierce".
The date and author of the following epigram are known only to the author of this dictionary, but it is old enough to show that the ... KNIGHT, n. Once a warrior gentle of birth, Thena person of civic worth, Nowa fellow tomove ourmirth.
Author: Ambrose Bierce
A year after the events of THE EYES OF GOD, Lukien, Baron Glass and Gilwyn are all living in Grimhold. But the history of Liiria has not done with them yet. Jazana Carr, the Diamond Queen, has secured power in Norvor and is now set to unleash her mercenary army against Liiria. Convinced he can stop the woman he once jilted, the Baron steals the cursed Devil's Armour and rides to stop her. But the armour corrupts him and he falls in love with his former lover. Somehow Lukien must stop a man he once trusted, a man wearing armour that makes him invulnerable. This is another massive, action-driven fantasy novel full of magic, betrayal and battle, from one of the most exciting new talents in world fantasy.
Blood fountained up from its neck, spraying the kneeling knight, who looked up in confusion to see Lorn's sword coming down. The blade crashed into his forehead, splitting it easily, opening the throat in mid-scream.
Author: John Marco
Publisher: Hachette UK
Thus thinking , he goes passed it through the flame of a burning to the devil's temple , and offers whattaper ... Joseph come sick of the small - pox , they call a Knight , at Nellore , and especially devil's priest , in order to obtain ...
Devil stories are always fascinating, entertaining and disturbing. These twenty tales, re-told by one of Scotland's master storytellers, are a fascinating insight into Traveller beliefs about evil, temptation and suffering in which the Devil exists not to punish, but to outwit you in a contest of intelligence and knowledge. This collection is an expanded edition of Duncan Williamson's best-selling May the Devil Walk Behind Ye!, originally published by Canongate.
He was a knight, and round his waist was a belt and in the belt was a sword. The boy walked all around the place . . . so far as he was concerned, it was just a suit of armour. And he looked, he saw the sword and he thought tae himself ...
Author: Duncan Williamson
This eBook features the unabridged text of ‘The Devil’s Dictionary’ from the bestselling edition of ‘The Complete Works of Ambrose Bierce’. Having established their name as the leading publisher of classic literature and art, Delphi Classics produce publications that are individually crafted with superior formatting, while introducing many rare texts for the first time in digital print. The Delphi Classics edition of Bierce includes original annotations and illustrations relating to the life and works of the author, as well as individual tables of contents, allowing you to navigate eBooks quickly and easily. eBook features: * The complete unabridged text of ‘The Devil’s Dictionary’ * Beautifully illustrated with images related to Bierce’s works * Individual contents table, allowing easy navigation around the eBook * Excellent formatting of the textPlease visit www.delphiclassics.com to learn more about our wide range of titles
or ceremony appertaining to a good understanding; but the manner of its performance is unknown to this lexicographer. KLEPTOMANIAC, n. A rich thief. KNIGHT, n. Once a warrior gentle of birth, Then a person of civic worth, ...
Author: Ambrose Bierce
Publisher: Delphi Classics
It was just Manny Moon's luck - or misfortune - that he decided to dine at El Patio the evening the Lieutenant Governor was shot.
“Laurie Davis is a friend of mine, Manny Moon. And anyway, he would not be so stupid as to hire you to catch him.” “I've got a theory about that too,” I told her. “Maybe all he really wanted me to do was catch up with Willard Knight.
Author: Richard Deming
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce was born in Meigs County, Ohio, United States in 1842. Bierce is critically best remembered for his fiction and many other writings are also generally regarded as some of the best war writings of all time. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900's and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions.
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Author: Ambrose Bierce
Publisher: Read Books Ltd