Fiction

Blue-Eyed Devil

Author: Lisa Kleypas

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 924

Hardy Cates is self-made, charming - and determined to carry out his private revenge against the Travis family. So when he crashes a Travis family wedding, the last thing he expects is to find himself kissing his adversary Haven Travis in a dark corner. Hardy has done many things in his life he's not proud of, but now he's trying to rid himself of his roughneck past, which doesn't mean falling in love with a rival - no matter how beautiful she is. Haven, likewise, vows to stay far away from Hardy. Having had her heart quite recently broken - and her body battered and bruised by the man she thought she had loved - she's through with men. That is, until she discovers that the temptation of a tender-hearted, blue-eyed devil is hard to resist. And then, when a menace from Haven's past appears, Hardy may be the only one to save her. . .
Fiction

Blue-Eyed Devil

Author: Robert B. Parker

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

View: 637

Once, Appaloosa law was Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch. Now it's Amos Callico, a vindictive, power-hungry tin star with bigger aims-and he could use Cole and Hitch on his side. This time the paid guns aren't for hire, which makes Callico a very vengeful man. But threatening Cole and Hitch ignites something just as dangerous.
Social Science

Autobiography of a Blue-eyed Devil

Author: Inga Muscio

Publisher: Seven Stories Press

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

View: 805

In an updated second edition of her follow-up to the cult classic Cunt, Inga Muscio asserts that the history taught in schools and perpetuated in all areas of life in the US is, in fact, a marketing brand developed by powerful people to maintain gross inequities. With Autobiography of a Blue-Eyed Devil, it’s Muscio’s turn to take Americans on a tour through our history, from Columbus to today. Whose country is this? Has democracy ever really existed? With her trademark ability to deconstruct reality and expose truths that allow us to see our culture and ourselves more clearly, Muscio delves deep to answer these fundamental questions. Includ- ing chapters such as “God Told Me To Kill You,” on religious intolerance from the 1600s to the 1800s, and “Postage Stamp Redemptions,” in which she challenges the myth that White supremacy and imperialism in the US ended with the civil rights movement, Muscio offers new perspectives on our history that might shock even the most ardent alternative history buff.

The Blue-Eyed Devil

Author: Beena Khan

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 418

View: 515

On a hallowed night, the love of my life gambled me away to the Devil. Once upon a myth... A Devil with the face of an angel ruled New York. Salvi Moretti returns. A Don to one of the five families of the La Cosa Nostra. He's a notorious gangster wrapped in an Armani suit that reigns in hell. The villain of every love story. He is a powerful aristocrat, a savage, and a wicked man who likes a challenge. I'm his new challenge. His new obsession. I'm a wealthy and privileged Catholic girl who's returned from studying law abroad. It was a night out with my boyfriend, Adamo, when everything descended into chaos at the casino. He lost and gambled me away. Years ago, I took a vow of celibacy, but now a sadistic man tempts me with the dark side--the blond hair, blue-eyed older casino billionaire with tattoos on his hands, and his lips formed in a teasing smile. My name is Ehva, and I have a confession to make. I fell in love with the Devil... and now, no one can save me from this hell. His disturbing love is so powerful, it becomes dangerous. As his obsession metastasizes, he wants to marry me, and I say...I do. Welcome to New York's Underworld. Loosely based on the myth of Lucifer & Eve. From the bestselling Beauty & The Beast series author Beena Khan comes a tale of a self-destructive man and the woman who wants to tame him. This is not a standalone and part of a duet. For a greater experience of Salvi's past, check out the first two books of the Beauty & the Beast series.
Fiction

Blue-Eyed Devil

Author: Mia London

Publisher: Mia London

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 30

View: 326

She was a damsel in distress... ...and he was just the man to save her. Or really, save her data. Curtis didn’t mind helping Brooke or saving her computer. But when she forgets to log off her screen-share, holy shit! He couldn’t believe his eyes—her delicate fingers, her curves, her moans. He was so screwed. You’ll love this story because love at first sight really does exist. Get it now.
Religion

Blue-Eyed Devil

Author: Michael Muhammad Knight

Publisher: Catapult

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 259

Michael Muhammad Knight embarks on a quest for an indigenous American Islam in a series of interstate odysseys. Traveling 20,000 miles by Greyhound in sixty days, he squats in run-down mosques, pursues Muslim romance, is detained at the U.S.-Canadian border with a trunkload of Shia literature, crashes Islamic Society of North America conventions, stink-palms Cat Stevens, and limps across Chicago to find the grave of Noble Drew Ali, filling dozens of notebooks along the way. The result is this semi-autobiographical book, with multiple histories of Fard and the landscape of American Islam woven into Knight’s own story. In the course of his adventures, Knight sorts out his own relationship to Islam as he journeys from punk provocateur to a recognized voice in the community, and watches first-hand the collapse of a liberal Islamic dream. The book’s extensive cast of characters includes anarchist Sufi heretics, vegan kungfu punks, tattoo-sleeved converts in hard-core bands, spiritual drug dealers, Islamic feminists, slick media entrepreneurs, sages of the street, the grandsons of Elijah Muhammad and Malcolm X, and a group called Muslims for Bush.
Social Science

Autobiography of a Blue-eyed Devil

Author: Inga Muscio

Publisher: Seven Stories Press

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

View: 780

In an updated second edition of her follow-up to the cult classic Cunt, Inga Muscio asserts that the history taught in schools and perpetuated in all areas of life in the US is, in fact, a marketing brand developed by powerful people to maintain gross inequities. With Autobiography of a Blue-Eyed Devil, it’s Muscio’s turn to take Americans on a tour through our history, from Columbus to today. Whose country is this? Has democracy ever really existed? With her trademark ability to deconstruct reality and expose truths that allow us to see our culture and ourselves more clearly, Muscio delves deep to answer these fundamental questions. Includ- ing chapters such as “God Told Me To Kill You,” on religious intolerance from the 1600s to the 1800s, and “Postage Stamp Redemptions,” in which she challenges the myth that White supremacy and imperialism in the US ended with the civil rights movement, Muscio offers new perspectives on our history that might shock even the most ardent alternative history buff.
Biography & Autobiography

Blue-eyed Devil

Author: Michael Muhammad Knight

Publisher: Counterpoint Press

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 225

View: 633

Michael Muhammad Knight embarks on a quest for an indigenous American Islam in a series of interstate odysseys. Traveling 20,000 miles by Greyhound in sixty days, he squats in run-down mosques, pursues Muslim romance, is detained at the U.S.-Canadian border with a trunkload of Shia literature, crashes Islamic Society of North America conventions, stink-palms Cat Stevens, and limps across Chicago to find the grave of Noble Drew Ali, filling dozens of notebooks along the way. The result is this semi-autobiographical book, with multiple histories of Fard and the landscape of American Islam woven into Knight’s own story. In the course of his adventures, Knight sorts out his own relationship to Islam as he journeys from punk provocateur to a recognized voice in the community, and watches first-hand the collapse of a liberal Islamic dream. The book’s extensive cast of characters includes anarchist Sufi heretics, vegan kungfu punks, tattoo-sleeved converts in hard-core bands, spiritual drug dealers, Islamic feminists, slick media entrepreneurs, sages of the street, the grandsons of Elijah Muhammad and Malcolm X, and a group called Muslims for Bush.