Although beautiful young widow Phoebe, Lady Clare, has never met West Ravenel, she knows one thing for certain: he’s a mean, rotten bully.
Author: Lisa Kleypas
Although beautiful young widow Phoebe, Lady Clare, has never met West Ravenel, she knows one thing for certain: he’s a mean, rotten bully. Back in boarding school, he made her late husband’s life a misery, and she’ll never forgive him for it. But when Phoebe attends a family wedding, she encounters a dashing and impossibly charming stranger who sends a fire-and-ice jolt of attraction through her. And then he introduces himself...as none other than West Ravenel. West is a man with a tarnished past. No apologies, no excuses. However, from the moment he meets Phoebe, West is consumed by irresistible desire...not to mention the bitter awareness that a woman like her is far out of his reach. What West doesn’t bargain on is that Phoebe is no straitlaced aristocratic lady. She’s the daughter of a strong-willed wallflower who long ago eloped with Sebastian, Lord St. Vincent—the most devilishly wicked rake in England. Before long, Phoebe sets out to seduce the man who has awakened her fiery nature and shown her unimaginable pleasure. Will their overwhelming passion be enough to overcome the obstacles of the past? Only the devil’s daughter knows…
Monsters and murder become a regular part of Abby’s life as she tries to fight her evil DNA and become good while the city of Harmon falls to a single gang leader.
Author: Jane Pearce
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Monsters and murder become a regular part of Abby’s life as she tries to fight her evil DNA and become good while the city of Harmon falls to a single gang leader. Abby is upset when she learns she has a deep connection to the gang leader. She feels obligated to stop him and return Harmon to its natural state.
“ Abby is back in a new adventure, picking up where she left off fighting against her evil bloodline, making new friends and having new experiences along the way.
Author: Jane Pearce
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
“ Abby is back in a new adventure, picking up where she left off fighting against her evil bloodline, making new friends and having new experiences along the way. Will she finally find her purpose? Or will she continue searching with her loyal beasts at her side.”
The Devil noticed how she was looking at him, and how he was looking at her, and he knew who had done all the work. His own daughter, Beulah Mae Devil, ...
Author: Julius Lester
Publisher: Grove Press
The author interprets twelve traditional stories and legends of the Black culture
If you think the Devil was evil, try dealing with his progeny! Lilith, the oldest of the brood has been sent on a mission of extreme importance to Satan. If she fails, her birthright will be given up to Alona, her little sister.
Author: Michael Gerald Uva
If you think the Devil was evil, try dealing with his progeny! Lilith, the oldest of the brood has been sent on a mission of extreme importance to Satan. If she fails, her birthright will be given up to Alona, her little sister. She has one chance to show her metal. In her case, that usually comes in the form of Stiletto spiked, high heel shoes! You see, she's a zealous Fashionista! Yes, she's coming to get you… one way or another! There's no one that can stop her, except Bruce… The Angel Of Death! (Who, by the way, is about to retire? He's not too happy about this “Last” assignment either.)
My first verse goes like this : You come dancing in here with the devil's daughter Spilling beer and doing things you hadn't oughta You found her walkin ...
Author: Billy Joe Shaver
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Willie Nelson says, "Billy Joe Shaver may be the best songwriter alive today." And legions of fans agree. "Honky Tonk Hero" is the story of a man who not only walked on the wild side and lived to tell about it, but also got it all down in songs that many people consider to be some of the finest country songs ever written.
With compassion and an investigative historian's sharp eye, Siler tells the story of this remarkable safe house.
Author: Julia Flynn Siler
Beginning in 1874, the Occidental Mission Home on the edge of San Francisco's Chinatown served as a gateway to freedom for thousands of enslaved young Chinese women and girls. Run by Donaldina "Dolly" Cameron (known to her enemies as the White Devil of Chinatown), Tien Fuh Wu, and other courageous female abolitionists, it survived earthquakes, fire, bubonic plague, and violent attacks. With compassion and an investigative historian's sharp eye, Siler tells the story of this remarkable safe house. She shows how Dolly and her colleagues defied contemporary convention--even occasionally breaking the law--by physically rescuing children from the brothels where they worked or by snatching them off ships as they were being smuggled in--and how they helped bring the exploiters to justice. She shares the moving stories of the girls and young women who sought refuge at the mission. And she writes about the lives these women went on to lead. The White Devil's Daughters is a remarkable chapter in an overlooked part of our history, a story of exploitation, resistance, and hope.
She had risked Sounder's anger, had asked what did he know of the Devil's Talisman. He had remained silent for so long she had thought he would say no more ...
Author: Meg Hutchinson
Publisher: Hachette UK
A feature on Old Wives' Tales is not exactly the assignment to make Kate Mallory's pulse race. She fancies herself an investigative journalist and crime reporter and has the stories under her belt to prove it. But her research throws up a vital clue to the series of arson attacks and gruesome murders that is baffling the Darlaston police force. Teaming up once more with Richard Torrey, the enigmatic man whose tough exterior conceals his intuitive psychic powers, Kate gets on the trail of a story too good to miss. But it will lead her into a deadly encounter with a ruthless woman, a coven of Satanists - and Evil incarnate.
Devil's. Daughter. THE SUN WAS LOW on the horizon when Zeeky snuck through the gates of Dragon Forge. She'd been in the town long enough to learn what she ...
Author: James Maxey
Publisher: James Maxey
Dungeons! Dragons! Dinosaurs! Graxen and Nadala are sky-dragons exiled beyond the Cursed Mountains. With Nadala too pregnant to fly, they seek refuge in a remote valley, discovering too late that it’s overrun with primordial predators even bigger and toothier than dragons. Things get even worse when they cross paths with Bitterwood, the legendary dragon slayer, who’s come to the valley on a quest for lost relics. Men hunt dragons, dragons battle men, and dinosaurs attack everything that moves in this epic adventure from acclaimed storyteller James Maxey! Dragonsgate: Devils is the first of a new series of adventures that unfold following the events of the original Bitterwood trilogy. While it does feature characters from the previous books, it's a fresh beginning that new readers can easily engage with. Dragonsgate: Devils, include both the new novel and three bonus novellas from the Dragonsgate: Preludes & Omens collection.
“You are the devils daughter.” “No! This is just a dream! As soon as I finish this dream you'll be gone forever!” The man swiped at Amanda.
Author: Philip Ellison-Hines
Ten horrifying tales that will have you sleeping with lights on. The stories are of darkness and evil haunting the realms of the paranormal. Wander through fields of corn; watch an exorcism; experience an author going mad. When you have finished reading the last word, you will be worrying about what lurks in the shadows.
Jean turned to him "Adam's first wife, the devil's daughter, the temptress who comes in the night to seduce men into sin." He paused.
Author: Janet Rosenstock
The Fire, the Sword and the Devil is a tale of dark passions, tender love and riveting suspense. Built around major historic events in the period 1520-1548, it is also a tale of tragedy, pain and human triumph. Marguerite de Navarre, sister of the king of France, first wrote a portion of this tale in her Heptameron. Once every hundred years since the 15th century, the tale of Marguerite de Roberval抯 ordeal on an island off the coast of Labrador has been retold, though seldom in English. This work attempts to answer fictionally historic questions surrounding De Roberval and his niece Marguerite. The historic period presented is at the apex of the Age of Exploration, the Reformation and the Renaissance. It is peopled with historic figures: Rabelais and Francis I, Henry VIII and John Calvin, Cartier and De Roberval, Viceroy of New France.
The Devil's Daughter said, grinning. “Try one!” CowGirl shook her head. ... The Devils' Daughter's eyes grew wide with laughter. “What the fuck?
Author: Gisele Magnin
Hey There Darlin' is an apocalypse humor serial featuring two lesbian leads. The serial began release in February 2019 and finished Part 1 in August 2020. It follows the chaotic adventures of The Devil's Daughter and CowGirl, along with side chapters of The Devil's Daughter's ever-expanding family. Compacted with everything from Notre Dame burning, to Storming Area 51, and the fall of the Fourth Pyramid, the romance of two women who watch the fall of heaven and the collapse of hell, is an ever-refreshing sense of humor during tough times. 91 chapters 99,048 words 342 (8.5x11) pages = approximately 1,368 5x7 pages Apocalypse Humor, Science Fiction, Extraterrestrial, Supernatural, Mythological Gods
And to solve a problem and get rid of the birds of devils as they used to call ... I know, but my question is what was the name of the devils' daughter, ...
Author: Jabir Khalifa Jabir
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
The Camp of Al-Morca by Jabir Khalifa Jabir The Camp of Al-Morca was written by Jabir Khalifa Jabir, an Iraqi novelist, and has been translated into English by Fawziya Mousa Ghanim. Jabir was born in 1957 and has an M.A. in history. He is one of the founders of the Literary Group of Basra. This novel exposes the historical, social, cultural, political period of Muslims in Andulas at the time of its decline. In an artistic and a unique way of writing, the author shows the Morscan’s tragedy under the region of Spanish King Ferdinand V. Jabir uses the technique of a confession, as if he has received the novel from the ancestor’s narrators until it passed hundreds of years to be in the hand of Amar Ishbelìo. It has been confessed that it was transferred to him by another narrator (one of his ancestors), who had lived over four centuries. His name was Amar Ishbelio, too. As Ishbelio was not the first, he was also not the real writer of the novel, as was mentioned by his nephew, the last Ishbelio. The first Amar Ishbelio also didn’t mention exactly if Hamad Alandoulasy was the author of the novel, so is he the brother of Hamad Ibin Kamareen? Or he is the son of his sister, Canary? No one has known how this novel has passed hundreds years to arrive at the hands of the last Amar Ishbelio. For these reasons, and to keep the attention of the reader, Fawziya Mousa Ghanim proclaims that he is the author of the novel, and has put his name on its cover.
Sequel : DEVIL BAT'S DAUGHTER ( qv ; 1946 ) Remake : THE FLYING SERPENT ( 1945 ) THE DEVIL'S DAUGHTER ( Orig : POCOMANIA ) USA , 1939.
Author: Stephen Jones
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications
This guide alphabetically lists 4000 plus horror movies and television shows, some very obscure, that featured monsters. Each entry provides a plot synopsis, identifies the cast and director, and rates the film on a five star scale. No index. Originally published by Billboard Books. c. Book News Inc.