Sitara Menon is eager to meet the man for whom she has been carrying the torch since her teenage years.
Author: Reshma Ranjan
Publisher: Independently Published
Sitara Menon is eager to meet the man for whom she has been carrying the torch since her teenage years. She hopes to rekindle their love and romance.Giriraj Parapuram, one of the lead vocalists of the Benson Town Rock Band, considered music, their band and his friends his world. The last thing he wanted was to come face to face with the woman who had made him lose his faith in women and love.Sitara organizes the concerts in Denver for the US tour of the Benson Town Rock Band, eager to meet Giri, mesmerized by his baritone voice, sweet memories and an unforgettable passion.Giri is shocked to find the girl of his dreams changed into a woman who challenges him, infuriates and brings out his baser instincts.Will their past force them apart yet again or will their desires bring them together? Will Sitara be able to rekindle their romance?Will Giri be able to trust and love her again?
When neither complied, the baritone cleared his throat. The second officer
stammered, “I don't think she's faking, sir.” “James, call an ambulance.” Logan
lifted Emma against his chest. He cradled her limp, shackled wrists in one hand
Author: Lois Winston
Publisher: Lois Winston
Life has delivered one sucker punch after another to Emma Wadsworth. As a matter of fact, you could say the poor little rich girl is the ultimate poster child for Money Can’t Buy Happiness — even if she is no longer a child. Billionaire real estate stud Logan Crawford is as famous for his less-than-platinum reputation as he is his business empire. In thirty-eight years he’s never fallen in love, and that’s just fine with him — until he meets Emma. But Emma’s not buying into Logan’s seductive ways. Well, maybe just a little, but she’s definitely going into the affair with her eyes wide open. She’s no fool. At least not any more. Her deceased husband saw to that. Besides, she knows Logan will catch the first jet out of Philadelphia once he learns her secrets. Except things don’t go exactly as Emma has predicted, and when Philadelphia’s most beloved citizen become the city’s most notorious criminal, she needs to do a lot more than clear her name if she wants to save her budding romance with the billionaire hunk someone is willing to kill for. 2008 Winter Rose Award for Excellence in Romantic Fiction 2008 More Than Magic Award 2008 Laurie Award Key words: vengeful, contemporary, paparazzi, billionaire, murder, crafts & hobbies, second chance
Baritones can hear an actual example of the way in which the mixed voice is
skillfully employed in tone production by ... To the average beginner, these
deception, incorrectly produced chest tones seem to be an easy upward
extension of their ...
Author: Anthony Frisell
Publisher: Branden Books
This is a manual for the serious baritone voice student specializing for operatic soprano roles.
Skye always enjoyed talking airplanes with her father and this opening gambit
was the prelude to listening to the rich excitement evident in the baritone of his
voice in telling her of daring feats and near impossible aerial maneuvers
Author: Jacqueline G. Randolph
Publisher: Fultus Corporation
DEA agent Skye Mathews is a celebrated DEA agent assigned to the South/Central America Region. A consummate bilingual actress and pilot her successes are renown in the DEA. She is assigned to her most difficult mission, that of guarding CEO Rhys Wielde of Genoreach Technologies, Inc. in his quest to bring his colleagues to justice after they create a deadly biological weapon. Despite not knowing the identity of his multi-disguised bodyguard, Skye and Rhys's adventures take them through three countries, four states, deceptions, assassins, betrayals-and an unexpected alliance.
Nick Darcy's deep baritone rumbled in Alexander Quinn's ear as the two men
stood side by side at a safe distance from the smoldering ruins of the
Resurrection Point cabin, watching the investigators busy at work trying to
discover its cause.
Author: Paula Graves
When ex-rodeo cowboy Jack Drummond tracks down Mara Jennings, a lover he hurt in the past, in an effort to make amends, he soon discovers that she is hiding dangerous secrets and threatened by a powerful enemy.
SAtuRDAy, OCtOBER 11, 1751—EARly mORNiNg—CORvEy George did not
abandon his vigilance when the brotherhood arrived for matins. A monk whom
George had not seen before read in a rich baritone from what George understood
Author: Karen Bowden-Cox
Publisher: Tate Publishing
An arranged marriage, contracted when the groom was just a boy. A missing necklace, causing an innocent lass to be outcast by her family. And a love worthy of sacrifice. These elements begin the story of George Hempleman and Margarette Duffy, 'star-crossed lovers' fighting for their right to love in eighteenth-century Hessen-Cassel, a German state south of Prussia. But when George's intentions are questioned, and Margarette's honor is suspect, will they find the strength to uphold their Honorable Deception?
Carlos started the music, and each man belted out in their deep baritone voices
the words to the song, captivating their wives and telling them how much they
loved them. Their voices filled the house as everyone stopped what they were
Author: Mia Rabb
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Sarah Cass, the first and only female consigliere in the organization, thrives on power and money. When she becomes a judge for the orphanage in Milan, all of Italy embraces her, making her even more powerful. She becomes a woman scorned, going through a nasty divorce from Rob, Anton s chief consigliere. Knowing all the tricks and secrets of the organization, Sarah sets out to slowly destroy it and the men involved. Dubbed the Black Widow , she embarks on a campaign to destroy Anton, the organization and anyone who stands in her way, enlisting the help of Anton s rich and powerful enemies. You can run, but you can t hide, threatens the organization as they are brought to their knees in this powerful web of deception of catch me if you can. Don t miss the next book, A Network of Assassins, as the saga continues.
someone's cousin's friend's floor at Amherst, and the next day drive back through
the rain. This we called “dating." My other “dates" were perquisites of my baritone
crooning with a singing group called The Tigertones, a close harmony chorus ...
Author: Geoffrey Wolff
Duke Wolff was a flawless specimen of the American clubman -- a product of Yale and the OSS, a one-time fighter pilot turned aviation engineer. Duke Wolff was a failure who flunked out of a series of undistinguished schools, was passed up for military service, and supported himself with desperately improvised scams, exploiting employers, wives, and, finally, his own son. In The Duke of Deception, Geoffrey Wolff unravels the enigma of this Gatsbyesque figure, a bad man who somehow was also a very good father, an inveterate liar who falsified everything but love.
Dominic's baritone behind her confirmed the reason for her uneasiness. Her
bones turned soupy. She cursed her wilting willpower. So much for her plan to
avoid the man who had the power to kiss her right out of her clothes. “Dominic,
Author: Emilie Rose
American Madeline Spencer arrived inglitzy Monaco with dreams of a vacationfling. Dangerously attractive andmaddeningly mysterious Damon Rossifilled the bill. Their nights of soaringpassion left Madeline breathless—andcraving more. Then she discovered herseductive paramour was actually a prince.Being considered a royal mistress had notbeen part of her plan. But she couldalmost get used to a lifetime of pampering. Until she found out her disguised princewas set to marry another woman.
(And yet when the deceptive cadence is performed sympathetically, with genuine
and appropriate emotion, within the context of a musical work, it can still ... When
the toast is ready, the toaster emits a beautiful baritone voice singing an aria.
Author: Mr. Bruce Adolphe
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Mind's Ear offers a unique approach to stimulating the musical imagination and inspiring creativity, as well as providing detailed exercises aimed at improving the ability to read and imagine music in silence, in the "mind's ear." Modeling his exercises on those used in theater games and acting classes, and drawing upon years of experience with improvisation and composition, Bruce Adolphe has written a compelling, valuable, and practical guide to musical creativity that can benefit music students at all levels and help music teachers be more effective and inspiring. The book also provides provocative ideas and useful tools for professional performers and composers, as well as offering games and exercises to serious listeners that can increase their musical understanding and level of engagement with music in a variety of ways.
“She already has dinner plans,” Massimo corrected, his slick baritone a contrast
to Don's Southern twang. “When I win this game, Fin has agreed to join me for a
midnight supper aboard the Tesoro.” He met the re- quired bet and inclined his ...
Author: Selena Montgomery
Publisher: Harper Collins
Always on the run . . . Playing the odds has always been Fin Borders' forte. She knows when to get out to keep from losing everything. But an innocent woman has been accused of murder, and to help, Fin will have to go back to the small southern town of her birth. It's a place she's been running from her entire life, a place of violence, where she got by with nothing more than her wits. Returning to Hallden, Georgia, means facing the ghosts of a brutal crime that Fin will never forget—and risking her own life. But Fin isn't the only one in Hallden hunting for a killer. FBI Special Agent Caleb Matthews is deep undercover, hiding his true identity and his own desperate history. Working alone is far too dangerous, so he and Fin must learn to trust each other. But as they grow closer, they are unprepared for the passion that takes hold . . . and the shocking deception that could destroy everything they hold dear.
his voice was more gravel than baritone,so he cleared histhroat and made a
secondattempt at modern communication. “On Valentine's Dayyou
saidanticipation wasgood fortheloins.” “We've had weeks of anticipation.” Her
voice was practically ...
Author: Susan Ann Wall
Publisher: IndieWrites, Inc.
It’s the best arrangement possible: a friends-with-benefits relationship with the man she’s had a crush on for over a decade. Morgan Landry’s commitment to her career, coupled with her goal of NEVER being like her mother is what has her going back to Bryan Curtis for more and more…and well, even more. The biggest challenge is keeping it from their coupled-up friends, including her overprotective brother, who are all on the road to marriage, the one destination Morgan has no intention of reaching. When the arrangement sprouts some complications and Morgan starts failing tests and running away from her job, she does her best to deny the true beat in her heart. Chief Petty Officer Bryan Curtis is married to the navy. He’s seen too many marriages fail because of the demands of the military to crave that kind of commitment. Because he likes women, his shallow reputation of pursing blondes has earned him the title of man-whore, a moniker he’s never minded until he crosses the line with Morgan. His loyalty to Morgan’s older brother – Bryan’s best friend – continues to eat away at him, but not enough for him to walk away from the women he’s craved for over a decade. Bryan keeps the secret to keep her in his bed, but when his heart gets involved, he has to own up to his feelings and hope it doesn’t ruin his friendship with his best friend or have Morgan jumping ship.
... with which he leads Cassio to boast of his amorous adventures with Bianca (
236 ) thus serve as a signal to the audience of Jago ' s familiar deception .
Similarly , the syncopated rhythms of the descending string accompaniment
during Jago ...
Author: Geoffrey Edwards
One of the most significant innovations in the development of dramatic characterization in nineteenth-century Italian opera was the genesis of the Verdi baritone. As Geoffrey Edwards and Ryan Edwards argue, the composer's baritone characters embody ""a quintessential humanity, expressing needs and temptations, confusions and understandings, griefs and joys that transcend the particulars of time and place"". Often far removed from ordinary life in either the nineteenth century or today, these roles provide insight into the ""struggle of the individual in a universe that is often beyond control and even comprehension"". The authors provide an unprecedented and probing discussion of the way Verdi's baritone roles were conceived and executed. They analyze the composer's use of ""the unique potential of the baritone voice to create a gallery of subtly nuanced characters that are among the most complex and challenging in the operatic repertory"". This eloquent volume explores the unfolding of the baritone roles in seven operas, starting with Verdi's early triumph, Nabucco; proceeding with Ernani, Macbeth, Rigoletto, La Traviata, and Simon Boccanegra, and concluding with the composer's final great tragedy of Otello. As a further aid to understanding these operas, plot synopses are given in the Appendix. Voice students, professional performers, and their teachers and coaches, as well as opera lovers, will gain a greater appreciation of Verdi, whose masterful use of text, music, and staging so precisely portrays each character's inner self.
In response , she received one quiet , baritone word . “ Indeed . ” A short , wiry -
looking man in his third decade hastened through a door from the back of the
shop , apparently summoned by one of the clerks . Isabel had noticed him
Author: Terri Lynn Wilhelm
Assuming a new identity after discovering that her uncle/guardian was responsible for her parents' deaths, Isabel Millington, determined to avenge her family, seeks help from her shady new employer, Fox Tremayne, a disgraced former officer. Original.
Looks bad ? ” Jill snorted . “ It may only look bad to you , but I can assure you you
' ve just pulled the most vile , despicable , underhanded trick . . . ' I really need a
drink , " " she mimicked his baritone . “ No ! Make that ' I really wanted to see you
Author: Laurel Pace
Deception By Design by Laurel Pace released on Feb 22, 1989 is available now for purchase.