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Bounty Of The Heart

Author : J.M. Snyder
ISBN : 9781611521788
Genre : Fiction
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For seven years, Emmett Ward has harbored amorous feelings toward his partner, Jack Robison. A chance encounter brought them together -- Emmett slaved in an illegal warehouse run by a Korean criminal known as the Dragon Lady, when Jack, a notorious bounty hunter with his sights set on her son Lin Ji, was captured. Emmett helped Jack escape in return for his own freedom. They've been together ever since, but Emmett aches for so much more than their platonic partnership. A new bounty has been placed on Lin Ji's head, sending Emmett and Jack to the wilds of Alaska, where they hope to take out the crime lord during an annual dog-sled race. As they near their target, they run into Monty Becker, another hunter Jack used to know. He takes an interest in Emmett, who is drawn to the sexy, charismatic fellow despite Jack's warnings. Emmett is torn between the two men -- Monty is more than willing to show him what he's missing, but Jack is what his heart wants. When the three team up to take out Lin, Emmett learns more of the past Jack and Monty share, and discovers just why his partner has ignored his obvious feelings for so long.

The Bounty Of Texas

Author : Francis Edward Abernethy
ISBN : 0929398149
Genre : History
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Annotation A collection of eighteen pieces celebrating the bounty of Texas, complete with photographs featuring some of the bounty in deceased form. Consists of reminiscences, humor, and homage to some of the converging cultures that make up Texas--general nostalgia. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.

The Religion Of The Heart As Exemplified In The Life And Writings Of John Bowdler Edited By Charles Bowdler

Author : John BOWDLER (the Younger.)
ISBN : BL:A0017669973
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The Heart Of His Mystery

Author : Waterfield John Waterfield
ISBN : 9781440143434
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Shakespeare has traditionally been viewed as Queen Elizabeth's 'poet laureate', and as the official mouthpiece of the Elizabethan age. But the Elizabethan world was torn apart by the religious divisions initiated by the Reformation, and vitiated by the government's merciless persecution of Catholics. As it was the victors who wrote the history, the English Reformation has been portrayed as a peaceful transition enjoying majority support, when in fact it was nothing of the kind. Elizabeth's regime was a police state which sanctioned the use of torture, where Catholic priests and those who harboured them were liable to summary and bloody execution. The persecution of Catholics was continued by James I, evoking the violent response of the Gunpowder Plot. "The Heart of His Mystery" examines Shakespeare's life and work against this background. There is strong biographical evidence that he was himself a Catholic, and a detailed survey of his plays and poems shows that his imagination was intimately bound up with his religious faith. When we realise that his human compassion grew from his membership in a persecuted community, we can glimpse the mystery he has encrypted in his works and we come closer to understanding the hidden heart of Shakespeare the man.

Pnw Veg

Author : Kim O'Donnel
ISBN : 1632170531
Genre : Cooking
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Simply delicious, healthy "vegetable-forward" recipes are at the heart of this cookbook that celebrates the bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Increasingly, people are incorporating more vegetables and fruits into their daily diets, and this collection of 100 recipes provides satisfying, uncomplicated ideas for every meal of the day, including snacks and desserts. With dishes like Sweet Corn and Red Lentil Soup, Baked Pasta and Greens Casserole, and Cherry Fro-Yo for dessert, here are 100 tasty ways to eat your fruits and vegetables

Mutiny In The Bounty

Author : Dolores Lee
ISBN : 9781503556898
Genre : Religion
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Mutiny in the Bounty is a life-changing experience, beginning with Satan encouraging us to commit mutiny against the spirit and ending in uncovering his subtle purposes. This ultimately leaves him in control and leaves us blindsided. Learn why the master mutineer really wants to render us ineffective in God’s universal purpose while trying to hide a vital aspect of that plan! Don’t wait until the major storm has to wake us up, open our eyes, and get us back on course. It is a must read for the church's body today!

Bounty On The Rebel S Heart Book 3 Of The Incognito Series

Author : Karen Wiesner
ISBN : 9781304261755
Genre : Fiction
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Rebel Porter is a man on the edge. His wife was killed to silence evidence he uncovered on a dangerously corrupt man of power. Now Reb is in hiding, and he's as afraid to lose someone else to the bounty on his head as to lose his heart to another woman. Network operative Natalie Francis goes undercover, posing as Reb's former lover--investigative journalist Adrienna Kelly--to find Reb and his evidence against Giles Jameson and the Network. Together they uncover a conspiracy that could upset the wrong people and silence both of them for good. And, when Natalie realizes she's fallen for the man she'd been protecting, she considers the impossible--escaping the Network.

Language Of The Heart

Author : Van der Berg
ISBN : 9781935295402
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This book seeks to examine how Sufi thought might provide critical understanding of contemporary life and a pathway towards the recovery of a more meaningful existence.

Chapters Of The Heart

Author : Sue Elwell
ISBN : 9781630870294
Genre : Religion
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Chapters of the Heart: Jewish Women Sharing the Torah of Our Lives invites readers into the lives of twenty women for whom Jewish language and texts provide a lens for understanding their experiences. The authors don't just use religious words (texts, theologies, or liturgies) like a cookbook. Instead they serve readers something closer to a real meal, prepared with love and intention. Each essay shares one piece of its writer's heart, one chapter of experience as refracted through the author's particular Jewish optic. The authors write about being daughters, mothers, sisters, partners, lovers, and friends. They share their experiences of parenting, infertility, and abortion. One describes accompanying her young husband through his life-threatening illness. Another tells of her daughter's struggle with an eating disorder. Still another reflects on long decline of a parent with Alzheimer's. All these writers wrestle with Jewish texts while growing as rabbis, as feminists, and as interfaith leaders. They open their hearts and minds, telling when Jewish tradition has helped make meaning and, on occasion, when it has come up empty. The results are sometimes inspiring, sometimes provocative. Readers will find new insights into God, into Judaism, and into themselves.

Gate Of The Heart

Author : Nader Saiedi
ISBN : 9781554580354
Genre : Religion
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Co-published with the Association for Bahá’í Studies In 1844 a charismatic young Persian merchant from Shiraz, known as the Báb, electrified the Shí‘ih world by claiming to be the return of the Hidden Twelfth Imam of Islamic prophecy. But contrary to traditional expectations of apocalyptic holy war, the Báb maintained that the spiritual path was not one of force and coercion but love and compassion. The movement he founded was the precursor of the Bahá’í Faith, but until now the Báb’s own voluminous writings have been seldom studied and often misunderstood. Gate of the Heart offers the first in-depth introduction to the writings of the Báb. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, the author examines the Báb’s major works in multifaceted context, explaining the unique theological system, mystical world view, and interpretive principles they embody as well as the rhetorical and symbolic uses of language through which the Báb radically transforms traditional concepts. Arguing that the Bábí movement went far beyond an attempt at an Islamic Reformation, the author explores controversial issues and offers conclusions that will compel a re-evaluation of some prevalent assumptions about the Báb’s station, claims, and laws. Nader Saiedi’s meticulous and insightful analysis identifies the key themes, terms, and concepts that characterize each stage of the Báb’s writings, unlocking the code of the Báb’s mystical lexicon. Gate of the Heart is a subtle and profound textual study and an essential resource for anyone wishing to understand the theological foundations of the Bahá’í religion and the Báb’s significance in religious history.

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