Cocky's Fight

Author: Glenna Maynard

Publisher: Glenna Maynard

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: 120

View: 8119


Some loves are worth fighting for. When Cocky sees something he wants he goes for it, consequences be damned. But when what he wants means crossing boundaries and blurring lines that could break more than hearts, he has to decide how far he's willing to go. Everything he has ever wanted is within his grasp, but life is unpredictable. There’s a new enemy in Webb Hollow, threatening to destroy the one he cherishes most. Search Terms: MC Romance, Biker Romance, Dark Romance, Action and Adventure, Suspense, Thriller, Mystery, Steamy Romance, Alpha Male, Dominant Hero, Romantic Thriller, Romantic Suspense, Saga, Interconnected Characters, family saga, crime, moonshine romance, dark fantasy, adult fantasy, women's action and adventure, contemporary romance, motorcycle club romance, bestselling biker series, motorcycle action and adventure, new adult romance, second chance romance, love triangle, May December Romance, older man younger woman

Talking with Robert Penn Warren

Author: Floyd C. Watkins,John T. Hiers,Mary Weaks-Baxter

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 9780820312200

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 419

View: 5021


Collects a wide variety of interviews given by the author over the years, including television appearances and conversations with other writers

Cocky's Cold War

Author: Christopher Jarman

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1291382887

Category:

Page: N.A

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Team Chemistry

Author: Nathan Michael Corzine

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252097890

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 240

View: 5552


In 2007, the Mitchell Report shocked traditionalists who were appalled that drugs had corrupted the "pure" game of baseball. Nathan Corzine rescues the story of baseball's relationship with drugs from the sepia-toned tyranny of such myths. In Team Chemistry , he reveals a game splashed with spilled whiskey and tobacco stains from the day the first pitch was thrown. Indeed, throughout the game's history, stars and scrubs alike partook of a pharmacopeia that helped them stay on the field and cope off of it: In 1889, Pud Galvin tried a testosterone-derived "elixir" to help him pile up some of his 646 complete games. Sandy Koufax needed Codeine and an anti-inflammatory used on horses to pitch through his late-career elbow woes. Players returning from World War II mainstreamed the use of the amphetamines they had used as servicemen. Vida Blue invited teammates to cocaine parties, Tim Raines used it to stay awake on the bench, and Will McEnaney snorted it between innings. Corzine also ventures outside the lines to show how authorities handled--or failed to handle--drug and alcohol problems, and how those problems both shaped and scarred the game. The result is an eye-opening look at what baseball's relationship with substances legal and otherwise tells us about culture, society, and masculinity in America.

Second Reading

Author: Jonathan Yardley

Publisher: Europa Editions

ISBN: 1609459245

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 256

View: 1652


The Pulitzer Prize–winning book critic shares recollections and reviews from his career at the Washington Post. In this book, Jonathan Yardley considers lesser-known works from renowned authors and underappreciated talents, and offers fresh takes on old favorites. Yardley’s reviews of sixty titles include fiction by Gabriel García Márquez, John Cheever, and Henry Fielding; the autobiography of Louis Armstrong; essays by Nora Ephron; and Margaret Leech’s history of Washington during the Civil War. Second Reading is also the memoir of a passionate and lifelong reader told through the books that have meant the most to him. Playing the part of both reviewer and bibliophile, Yardley takes on Steinbeck and Salinger, explores the southern fiction of Shirley Ann Grau and Eudora Welty, looks into a darker side of Roald Dahl, and praises the pulp fiction of William Bradford Huie and the crime novels of John D. MacDonald. Collected from a popular Washington Post column of the same name, Second Reading is an incisive and entertaining look at the career and times of an esteemed critic and the venerable books that shaped him. This delightful consideration reminds readers that thoughtful criticism and a lively sense of fun can exist side by side.

Death on the Learning Curve

Author: Pierce Scranton

Publisher: Elite Books

ISBN: 1600700144

Category: Fiction

Page: 329

View: 6600


A hospital operating room may not be as safe as you think it is. Hiding among the sterile scrubs and gleaming instruments of an operating room is a whole lot of high drama: split-second life-and-death decisions.deep questions of ethics.roaring personality conflicts.the glory of saving a life-and the horror when a simple procedure goes terribly wrong.Renowned surgeon Pierce Scranton, Jr., kept a detailed diary of his internship year at a busy California teaching hospital. This book is a vivid, fictionalized memoir of that year in the trenches. Through the intertwined stories of teachers, students and patients, it explores issues like: What happens when teaching and healing come into conflict? When is a new treatment to prolong life a good idea, and when is it a disaster? How did lawyers and bean-counters get so much power? And when do relationships between doctors and other staff go too far? This honest account is startling and sometimes shocking-but always gripping.

Man with a Womb (Paperback)

Author: L. a. Johntre

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1430316896

Category: Social Science

Page: 212

View: 3474


A dominant lesbian shares her life and dating experiences. In Man with a Womb, she explains how she attempted to hide her homosexuality during her elementary and high school years by appearing to be promiscuous to male classmates. She gives details of her Atlanta childhood, her brief heterosexual marriage, a 4-year domestic partnership full of infidelity and betrayal and the numerous women that she would date in Atlanta from 1995 to 2006. Man with a Womb educates the heterosexual community on the challenges and similarities of living life as a dominant lesbian. Heterosexual men can actually relate to the dating experiences in this book. Man with a Womb is also to inspire and inform younger gays and lesbians that there are roles required of them from the people that they date. Also, that there is such a thing as being dubbed, "too gay"!

Critical Essays on Robert Penn Warren

Author: William Bedford Clark

Publisher: Boston, Mass. : G.K. Hall

ISBN: N.A

Category: Southern States

Page: 239

View: 5080


Synthesizes much of the significant criticism dealing with Warren's works over almost half a century (1930-79), emphasising the novels, particularly the earlier ones. Critics represented are Richard Howard, Allan Nevins, Morton Zabel, Christopher Isherwood, Malcolm Cowley, Joseph Epstein and Richard Sale.

Between Men

Author: Richard Canning

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0762442832

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

View: 3505


Lambda Literary Award-winning editor Richard Canning brings together all new work by Edmund White, Dale Peck, James McCourt, Andrew Holleran, and others.