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Shadow King
A Fae crime lord is hell-bent on expanding his power and influence, but everything changes when he shares a shot of whiskey with an enigmatic fortune teller. Confronted by betrayal and revenge, they are forced to make a decision that will change the world they live in forever.
Published by Inkshares on 10/02/2018
Book details: 366 pages.

Darkstar Rising
Darkstar Rising By Susan K. Hamilton Live by the sword. Die by the sword. Youngest daughter of the ruling house of Illauren, Princess Kiara - the Darkstar - has worked tirelessly to undermine the rule of the Pretender-Queen, Ushan, and restore her brother to his rightful place on the throne. Now the time has come, and Darkstar is riding out to bring the people of Illauren to her brothers side. But an accident changes her plans. Darkstar suddenly discovers secrets about herself that have been hidden since childhood. Secrets that will transform her from an "ordinary" princess into one of the most powerful women on the continent. And with that power comes choices. Choices that may change the course of history itself. Choices that could destroy everyone and everything Darkstar is fighting to protect
Published by Xlibris Corporation on 08/29/2003
Book details: 611 pages.

Out of this World
Four tales of paranormal romance include J. D. Robb's story featuring Lieutenant Eve Dallas and an Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter tale from Laurell K. Hamilton, as well as works by Susan Krinard and Maggie Shayne.
Published by Penguin on 12/31/2012
Book details: 360 pages.

The Harlequin
Into Anita Blake's world-a world already overflowing with power-come creatures so feared that centuries-old vampires refuse to mention their names.
Published by Penguin on 06/05/2007
Book details: 448 pages.

Four favorite paranormal romance authors present their favorite characters in four tales of bloodlust, appetites that must be sated again and again, and the passion that feeds them... In the heat of the night, anything goes. Boundaries are crossed and secret yearnings take shape. Creatures stalk the shadows, surrendering to their wildest needs—and satisfying hungers that take their victims beyond fear to the dark edge of desire... Includes an Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter story from New York Times bestselling author Laurell K. Hamilton.
Published by Penguin on 06/29/2004
Book details: 368 pages.

Strange Candy
A collection of short fiction features "The Girl Who Was Infatuated with Death," an Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter story, as well as "House of Wizards," "Stealing Souls," and "Those Who Seek Forgiveness," a never-before-published Anita Blake tale.
Published by Penguin on 08/18/2019
Book details: 257 pages.

Never After
The bonds of love... The bonds of matrimony... The bonds between husband and wife... Let's face it-some bonds are made to be broken. Here, for the first time ever, are four stories from today's most provocative authors that take the classic idea of the "faerie tale wedding" and give it a swift kick in the bustle.
Published by Penguin on 10/27/2009
Book details: 400 pages.

Seduced By Moonlight
I am Meredith Gentry, P.I. and Princess Merry, heir to the throne of Fairie. Now there are those among me who whisper I am more. They fear me even as they protect me. And who can blame them? I’ve awakened the dazzling magic that’s slumbered in them for thousands of years. But the thing is, I can’t figure out why. My aunt, the Queen of Air and Darkness, is no longer distracted by her usual sadistic hobbies. Her obsession has turned unwaveringly to me. The mission to get me pregnant and beat my cousin Prince Cel to the crown is taking longer than expected. Even though I spend each night with the Queen’s Ravens, my immortal guards, no child has come of our decadent pleasures. But something else is happening. My magic courses through me uncontrollably. And as I lock my half-mortal body with their full-Sidhe blooded ones, the power surges like never before. It all began with the chalice. I dreamed of it, and it appeared, cool and hard, beside me when I awoke. My guards know the ancient relic well—its disappearance ages ago stripped them of their vital powers. But it is here with us now. My touch resonates with its force, and they’re consumed with it, their Sidhe essences lit up by it. But even as they cherish me for this unexpected gift, there are those who loathe me for it. Me, a mongrel, only half fey and part mortal. The Unseelie court has suffered for so long, and there are some who would not have it weakened further by an impure queen. My enemies grow in number every day. But they do not know what I am capable of. Nor, for that matter, do I. . . . In Seduced by Moonlight, Laurell K. Hamilton brings the dark, erotic reign of the immortal fey to a startling new depth. Full of sensuality and the consuming anticipation of latent powers unleashed, this world of gods, shapeshifters, and immortal souls is unveiled in all of its supreme magnificence and its treacherous deceits. From the Hardcover edition.
Published by Ballantine Books on 02/03/2004
Book details: 384 pages.

Anita Blake has been asked to raise the dead-but the results aren't going to make everybody happy... From the Paperback edition.
Published by Penguin on 02/02/2010
Book details: 288 pages.

Consumer Vulnerability
Consumer vulnerability is of growing importance as a research topic for those exploring wellbeing. This book provides space to critically engage with the conditions, contexts and characteristics of consumer vulnerability, which affect how people experience and respond to the marketplace and vice versa. Focussing on substantive, ethical, social and methodological issues, this book brings together key researchers in the field and practitioners who work with vulnerability on a daily basis. Organised into 4 sections, it considers consumer vulnerability and key life stages, health and wellbeing, poverty, and exclusion. Methodologically the chapters draw on qualitative research, employing a variety of methods from interview, to the use of poetry, film and other cultural artefacts. This book will be of interest to marketing and consumer research scholars and students and also to researchers in other disciplines including sociology, public policy and anthropology, and practitioners, policy makers and charitable organisations working with vulnerable groups.
Published by Routledge on 08/11/2015
Book details: 220 pages.
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