Wicked Intent

Wicked Intent

Gabe Southerland's got a job to do -- protect his cousin from a would be stalker. Not a problem for the Southerland Security team. That is until his slick, beautiful, almost one night stand turns out to be his cousin's PR person. Berlin Merritt is sure the sexy security guy hired to protect her client is more brawn than brains. It's her job to prevent his bull in a china shop routine from wrecking her carefully constructed PR plans before the biggest merger of her career. If she finds the heat in Gabe's gaze distracting, she'll get over it. Just because she almost crossed a line with him, doesn't mean she has any intention of repeating her mistake. As the danger escalates and their wicked attraction builds, can they find a way to work together or risk losing everything?

Such Wicked Intent

Such Wicked Intent

When does obsession become madness? Tragedy has forced sixteen-year-old Victor Frankenstein to swear off alchemy forever. He burns the Dark Library. He vows he will never dabble in the dark sciences again, just as he vows he will no longer covet Elizabeth, his brother's betrothed. If only these things were not so tempting. When Victor and Elizabeth discover a portal into the spirit world, they cannot resist. Together with their friend Henry, they venture into a place of infinite possibilities where power and passion reign. But as they search for the knowledge to raise the dead, they unknowingly unlock a darkness from which they may never return.

Identity, Crime and Legal Responsibility in Eighteenth-Century England

Identity, Crime and Legal Responsibility in Eighteenth-Century England

During the eighteenth century English defendants, victims, witnesses, judges, and jurors spoke a language of the mind. With their reputations or lives at stake, men and women presented their complex emotions and passions as grounds for acquittal or mitigation of punishment. Inside the courtroom the language of excuse reshaped crimes and punishments, signalling a shift in the age-old negotiation of mitigation. Outside the courtroom the language of the mind reflected society's preoccupation with questions of sensibility, responsibility, and the self.

MEV Bible Thinline Reference

Modern English Version

MEV Bible Thinline Reference

The Beauty of the Past with Clarity for Today This Thinline Reference Bible is small, lightweight, and perfect for your Bible study, reading, and devotions. Beautiful and easy to carry, it is ideal for use at home or at church and includes study tools such as: Cross-references Parallel references Concordance Words of Jesus in red Four-color maps Clear. Reverent. Accurate.

Prayer Journey Bible

Notes by Dr. Elmer L. Towns

Prayer Journey Bible

Prayer is a relationship with God. The Prayer Journey Bible is prepared as a guide to help you know God and be transformed continually to be more like Him. Yours is a journey into the spiritual unknown, so be prepared to dig, compare, memorize, repent, and yes-experience God. Remember, prayer is a relationship with God for a purpose. You want to be transformed to be like Jesus. As you read the Prayer Journey Bible, you will find numbers in brackets, i.e. {501}, attached to various verses or events or statements about prayer. The number will guide you to a principle of prayer for a fuller explanation; or if you read these principles of prayer, you will be guided to places in Scripture for further reading. The notes of the Prayer Journey Bible are prepared to help you pray many different ways, with many attitudes, using many methods, concerning many requests. May this Prayer Journey Bible help you touch God; but more importantly, may God touch you.

Psychology Of Childhood

Psychology Of Childhood

The aim of this book is to serve as an introduction to students and professionals who require an understanding of developmental psychology, but who have no background knowledge. The text outlines some of the main areas of developmental psychology, and as such, seeks to offer a broad overview of contemporary interest in the subject. It provides a description of development, both normal and abnormal, and presents explanations of the way in which development progresses and why it takes a particular form. It is aimed at GCSE students, A level students, first year psychology undergraduates and school teachers.